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Ebenezer Hill

Birthplace: Greenland, Rockingham, NH, USA
Death: Died in Wakefield, Carroll, NH, USA
Place of Burial: Wakefield, Carroll County, New Hampshire, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Hill of Wakefield, NH and 2nd wife of John Hill
Husband of Sarah B Hill
Father of John Hill; James Hill; Ebenezer Hill, Jr.; Charity V. Hill; Sarah 'Sally' Bryant Hill and 3 others
Half brother of Sgt. David Hill and Abigail Hill

Occupation: Farmer
Managed by: Private User
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About Ebenezer Hill


  • Private, New Hampshire Militia, revolutionary war. DAR Ancestor # A055696
  • 1850: Residence: Carroll, New Hampshire [1]
  • 1850: Value of Real Estate: $600. Occupation: Farmer [1]
  • 1850: Place of Birth: New Hampshire [1]


  • SAR database: HILL Jr, Ebenezer Private NH Hill Fam Cem Wakefield, Carroll County, NH 1758 1853 28th-35th Annual Reports, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Senate documents (United States Congress, Senate). Government Printing Office: Washington, DC
  • EBENEZER HILL New Hampshire Militia. B 30 Jan 1758 in NH. Served as a Private in the NH Militia. Wife, Sarah ("Sally") Bryant. He died 20 mar 1853 in NH. Source: Hill Family Association: Hill Soldiers in the American Revolution
  • Hill Ancestors: NH, ME, MA. 1624 2001: "Ebenezer Hill married Sarah Bryant, November 24, 1782 in Middleton, NH. Buried in Wakefield, (Have pictures of cemetery, etc..). They had 4 sons, 5 daughters but only located: John, Sally, Ebenezer Jr., James, Joshua, and Martha."


  1. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch. Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.*


  1. 1850 Census.
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Ebenezer Hill's Timeline

November 10, 1757
Greenland, Rockingham, NH, USA
- 1782
Strawberry Banke, Rockingham, New Hampshire

Greenland is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 3,549 at the 2010 census.[1] It is drained by the Winnicut River and bounded on the northwest by Great Bay.

One of the earliest settlements in the state, Greenland was a parish of Portsmouth (then called Strawbery Banke) operating in 1638. Captain Francis Champernowne moved from Strawbery Banke in 1640 and settled in the area of the present Portsmouth Country Club. Although it was originally to be called Canary, he would call his farm "Greenland". His extensive landholdings included a farm which is now the town of Madbury, named for his ancestral home in Devon, England.
Residents requested and were granted a separate parish in 1706. In c. 1710, Captain Samuel Weeks constructed a substantial brick house, thought to be the oldest brick house in New Hampshire still standing. It survived the earthquake of 1755. Only the 18" thick beams that supported the structure were cracked during the quake. Greenland would incorporate in 1721.

Greenland annexed parts of Stratham in 1805 and 1847.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenland,_New_Hampshire

April 29, 1782
Age 24
Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
October 23, 1783
Age 25
New Hampshire
June 7, 1787
Age 29
Wakefield, Carroll, New Hampshire
March 23, 1789
Age 31
Wakefield, Carroll, New Hampshire
May 22, 1792
Age 34
Wakefield, Carroll, New Hampshire, United States
Age 38
Wakefield, Carroll, New Hampshire
Age 39
Wakefield, Carroll, New Hampshire
Age 43
Wakefield, Carroll, New Hampshire