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Benadam Gallup

Birthdate: (71)
Birthplace: Stonington, New London County, Connecticut
Death: August 2, 1727 (71)
New London, New London, Connecticut
Place of Burial: White Hall Graveyard Mystic New London County Connecticut
Immediate Family:

Son of Captain John Gallup and Hannah Gallup
Husband of Esther Gallup
Father of Charles Gallup; Hannah Wheeler; Esther Stanton; Mercy Denison; Mary Gallup and 4 others
Brother of Hannah Gifford; John Gallup; Esther Hodges; Lieut. William Gallup; Samuel Gallup and 4 others

Occupation: Farmer, Selectman
Managed by: Private User
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About Benadam Gallup

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Birth: Dec., 1655 Stonington New London County Connecticut, USA

Death: Aug. 2, 1727 New London County Connecticut, USA

  • Son of Captain John Gallup and his wife Hannah Ann Lake. He married Esther Prentice 1682. Both he and wife Esther were members of the Congregational Church in Stonington.
  • Children of Benadam and wife Esther:

1. Hannah Gallup, who married William Wheeler

2. Esther Gallup who married Joseph Stanton

3. Mercy Gallup, who married William Denison Jr.

4. Lieutenant Benadam Gallup, who married Eunice Cobb

5. Captain Joseph Gallup, who married Eunice Williams

6. Margaret Gallup, who married Nathaniel Gallup

7. Lucy Gallup, who married George Denison


Here lies y body of Benadam Gallup died Augu?, y 2 1727 in y 72 year of his age

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Benadam Gallup's Timeline

December 1655
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut
May 22, 1683
Age 27
Stonington, New London, Connecticut Colony
Age 27
November 1, 1685
Age 29
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
Age 31
August 16, 1690
Age 34
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
April 18, 1693
Age 37
Groton, New London, Connecticut, United States
September 27, 1695
Age 39
Groton, New London, Connecticut Colony