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Birthplace: Of Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH Or Stonington, New London, CT
Death: Died in Westerly, Washington, RI, USA
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BRIAN PENDLETON AND HIS DESCENDANTS, 1599-1910, Compiled by Everett Hall Pendleton, Privatley Printed MCMX, found in the DAR Library, Washington, DC. Page 37, 48 & 49.

He was a farmer and settled upon his father's land at Westerly. On the 26th of Jany. 1703, his brothers and sisters agreed "They having a gift of land given us by our grandfather Bryan Pendleton to be divided amongst us at our father's death, as per deed bearing date 31 Aug 1674; and our brother Caleb having built upon said land we mutually agree for ourselves with full consent of father James, that our brother Caleb shall have his part of land where he now is." Is recorded in the Westerly Land Evidence.

He was active in town affairs and repeatedly held office between 1698 and 1720, becoming Town Councilman in the latter year. Was admitted to the church at Stonington, 18 Feby., 1693, and was baptized with his two oldest children the following 23rd of July, 1693. (Rec. First Cong. Ch., Ston., CT) His wife's name was Elizabeth ______. We lack record of his marriage but Charles H. Pendleton of Westerly thinks she was a sister of George Lamphere, who had fenced part of James Pendleton's land. Caleb's Children, as given in the baptismal records of the Stonington church, and as named in his will.

WESTERLY, RI, TC & PROBATE VOL 3/5 1745-1765., page 310.

PENDLETON, Caleb, of We, yoeman. Will dated 10 Mar 1745, proven 31 Mar 1746, pgs 50-51. Mentions: Sons James Pendleton, Brian Pendleton, & Caleb Pendleton. Daughters Sarah Lamphear, Anna Babcock (wife of Samuel Babcock see receipts pgs 329-332), Elizabeth Brown (wife of Jonathan Brown see receipts pgs 329-332), Susannah Willcox wife of Stephen Willcox, Ruth Smith wife of Benoni Smith, & Read Saunders (possibly wife of John Saunders Jr. see receipts pgs 329-332). Grandson Benajah Pendleton son of Caleb. Granddaughter Elizabeth Babcock. Granddaughter Anna Babcock. Granddaughter Hannah Smith (daughter of Benoni Smith & wife of Andrew Chapman see receipt 20 Aug 1752 pgs 329-332). Granddaughter Elizabeth Smith, Granddaughter Mary Saunders (presumably wife of Benjamin Stillman see receipts pages 329-332), Grandson Nathan Babcock. Grandsons Caleb Willcox & Joshua Willcox. Grandson William Smith. Sister Dorothy Cottrell (widow of Nicholas Cottrell late of We dec see receipts pgs 329-332). Thomas Hiscox a teacher of the Gospell. Witn: William Davis, William Hiscox, Elisha Clark.

Researching this line is Jean Reid, 106 Beal's Court, Tama, Iowa 52339

Researching this line is Nancyann Norman at exis.net

Sources: Early New England Pendletons; Westerly and Its Witnesses; R.I. Generalogical Register, v4, #4, p355; AF.

Early Pendletons: Caleb Pendleton. Married Elizabeth ___, possibly

Lanphere.

Westerly: Two Caleb Pendletons were named freemen in Westerly in 1727; also a Joseph Pendleton.

RIGR: Caleb Pendleton, named in his father's will.

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Note: He moved to Stonington, CT 1674-79 In 1679 he was in Westerly, RI. In 1699 he was Constable in Westerly, RI. In 1720 he served on the Town Council, Westerly, RI. On 18 February 1693, he became member of First Congregational Church at Stonington, CT. He was a farmer and settled upon his father's land at Westerly. On the 26th of Jany. 1703, his brothers and sisters agreed 'They having a gift of land given us by our grandfather Bryan Pendleton to be divided amongst us at our father's death, as per deed bearing date 31 Aug 1674; and our brother Caleb having built upon said land we mutually agree for ourselves with full consent of father James, that our brother Caleb shall have his part of land where he now is.' Is recorded in the Westerly Land Evidence. He was active in town affairs and repeatedly held office between 1698 and 1720, becoming Town Councilman in the latter year. Was admitted to the church at Stonington, 18 Feby., 1693, and was baptized with his two oldest children the following 23rd of July, 1693. (Rec. First Cong. Ch., Ston., CT) His wife's name was Elizabeth ______. We lack record of his marriage but Charles H. Pendleton of Westerly thinks she was a sister of George Lamphere, who had fenced part of James Pendleton's land. Caleb's Children, as given in the baptismal records of the Stonington church, and as named in his will.

Occupation: Farmer

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Хронология Caleb Pendleton

1669
August 8, 1669
Of Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH Or Stonington, New London, CT
1685
1685
Age 15
Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, United States
1692
1692
Age 22
Springfield, Hampden County, NH, USA
1693
July 23, 1693
Age 23
Near, Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, USA
July 23, 1693
Age 23
Stonington, New London, CT
1695
1695
Age 25
1697
June 6, 1697
Age 27
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
1699
June 25, 1699
Age 29
Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, United States
1701
1701
Age 31
1703
August 22, 1703
Age 34
Westerly, Kings (now Washington Co.), RI, USA