MARRIAGE: Benjamin Almony m. Sarah Jackson on Nov. 2 1811 First Methodist Episcopal Church, Baltimore, MD
SERVICE: 1812 BENJAMIN ALMONEY Company: NACE'S REGIMENT, MARYLAND MILITIA. Rank - Induction: PRIVATE Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE Roll Box: 4 Roll Exct: 602
SERVICE: Benjamin Almony served as a Private in Capt. James Hutchins MD Militia under Col. William Hutchins drafted in Baltimore Co on 25 Aug 1814 for served two months and served until 10 Sep 1814 per Bounty Land application.
MARRIAGE: Benjamin Almony m. Ruth Sutton p. 628 Feb 2, 1816
CENSUS: 1820 20001-010011-02 Benjamin Almony 1820; Census Place: District 5, Baltimore, Maryland; Roll: M33_41; Page: 79; Image: 46.
CENSUS: 1830 Benjamin Almony two under 5y, two 5-10y, two 10-15y, one 40-50y females two 5-10y, one 10-15y, one 20-30y, one 30-40y. 1830; Census Place: District 5, Baltimore, Maryland; Roll: 55; Page: 150.
CENSUS: 1840 Baltimore Co Benjamin Almony 11110001-01001 (one <5y, one 5-10y, one 10-15y, one 15-20y, one 50-60y males; one 5-10y, 20-30y) living nearby is William Almony and Robert Sterling.
CENSUS: 1850 Baltimore Co Benjamin Almony age 60 was living with Jefferson Almony (his nephew). His apparent children William and Azariah were living next door with Robert Sterling. (Robert Sterling married Ann Sutton, Benjamin's wife was Ruth Sutton)
DEATH: Ben is reported in his brother James' will of Sep 1855 as deceased but was living in 1850 census and living in the Mar 1855 Bounty Land Claim so he was living between Mar 30 1855 and Sep 17 1855.
DEED: Jan. 31, 1840 Benjamin Almony and his wife Ruth signed deed to James Almony. (Same land James' refers to in his will of 1855 to son Jefferson.)
BURIAL: St. James Church record has a Benjamin Almony burial on June 21 1834 however this must be another Benjamin since this Benjamin was living in 1840 census. Could be a child.