|Birth: ||Sep. 6, 1637, England|
|Death: ||Oct., 1681|
The administration of the will of Benjamin Canby, the distiller of Liverpool, was dated October 24, 1681 and was granted by the Consistory Court at Chester on January 31, 1682 to Peter Allen, who was a blacksmith, also from Liverpool. In his will, Benjamin requested that: "My body be buried in Friends Burying Place in Flintshire in Whitford Parish, at the discretion of my endeared Friends, the people of God called Quakers, to my son Thomas Canby, all my land being situate in the Parish of Thorne in the County of York and in the Parish of Roote in the County of Lincoln.
Married secondly to Jane Hall.
Mary Elizabeth Baker/Boker Canby (1640 - 1678)*
Thomas Canby (1667 - 1742)*
Created by: David Reese
Record added: Sep 20, 2011
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