|Death: ||May 12, 1840|
Age 49 years. Remains removed from the Presbyterian Cemetery on June 21, 1883. He was named in honor of his father's business partner, Benjamin Stoddert. After the Revolutionary War, Uriah Forrest and Benjamin Stoddert established a successful merchant shipping firm. On February 18, 1823, he married Ann Maria Summers in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Daily National Intelligencer
Friday, May 15, 1840
At his residence in Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland, on Tuesday last, Benjamin Stoddert Forrest Esq., for many years President of the Senate of Maryland and a distinguished member of the Bar.
Uriah Forrest (1746 - 1805)
Rebecca Plater Forrest (1765 - 1843)
Anna Maria Summers Forrest
Benjamin Stoddert Forrest (1791 - 1840)
George Plater Forrest (1794 - 1843)*
French Forrest (1796 - 1866)*
Ann Forrest Green (1797 - 1870)*
Maria Forrest Bohrer (1799 - 1870)*
Oak Hill Cemetery
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
Plot: Van Ness, Lot 25 East.
Created by: SLGMSD
Record added: Sep 19, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97413387