Lt. Benjamin Graham

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Benjamin Graham

Birthplace: Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Death: before May 03, 1724
Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Place of Burial: Windsor, Hartford , Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Henry Graham and Mary Graham
Husband of Abigail Graham and Sarah Graham
Father of George Graham; John Graham; Samuel Graham, I; Benjamin Graham; Isaac Graham and 1 other

Occupation: Military, Farmer
Managed by: Joseph William Thomas
Last Updated:

About Lt. Benjamin Graham

According to Lucius Barnes Barbour’s Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, [1] Henry Graham (alternative last name of Grihme or Grimes) died in 1684 and had married Mary who died later in 1685. They had at least 8 issue as follows:

1. Benjamin, b. ABT 1662, married firstly Abigail Humphrey, secondly Sarah (Mygatt) Webster.

Children by 1st marriage: Benjamin, George, John, Benjamin (again), Samuel

Children by 2nd marriage: Elisha, Issac

Sarah, daug of Jacob and Sarah (Whiting) MYGATT, granddaughter of Hon. William WHITING, one of the first settlers of Hartford and his wife Susannah and granddaughter of Deacon Joseph MYGATT, also one of the first settlers of Hartford[1]

Sarah marr 1st John Webster and was appointed administrator of his estate 7 Mar 1695. She marr 2nd Nov 1698 to Lt Benjamin GRAHAM of Hartford, being his second wife.


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Lt. Benjamin Graham's Timeline

March 23, 1665
Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
April 29, 1687
Connecticut, Colonial America
December 29, 1689
Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
March 6, 1696
Connecticut, USA, Hartford, Hartford County, CT, United States
February 24, 1699
Connecticut, Colonial America
July 2, 1702
Connecticut, Colonial America
May 3, 1724
Age 59
Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony