|Birth: ||Jun. 30, 1720|
|Death: ||Jan. 11, 1802|
Birth: 30 JUN 1720
Death: 11 JAN 1802
Burial: Nemasket Cemetery, Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Father: Samuel Warren
Mother: Eleanor Billington
Married: Jedidah Tupper b: 21 AUG 1725 in Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts
Married: 31 DEC 1741 in Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
BENJAMIN WARREN6 (Samuel,* Richard,* Nathaniel? Richard1) was born at
Middleborough, 30 June, 1720, and died there, 11 January, 1802. He was a land
holder in Middleborough, and a member of its First Church, where all his
children were baptized. Under date of 9 February, 1782, he conveyed to his son
Sylvanus all his homestead in Middleborough, bordering on lands of his brother
Nathan; to which his wife Jedidah resigned her right of dower.f
He married, 31 December, 1741, Jedidah Tupper, born at Middleborough in 1724,
and died there, 20 October, 1807. Two of their descendants have had a world-wide
reputation. Mercy Lavina Bump, the wife of Charles Sherwood Stratton, the famous
General Tom Thumb, and her sister Huldah Peirce Bump, known to thousands as
Minnie Warren, who was bridesmaid, with Commodore Nutt as groomsman, at the
celebrated wedding of her sister, in Grace church, New York. The former married
second, Count Primo
Plymouth Registry of Deeds, Ixi. 159.
t Mrs. Emily Warren Bump of Middleborough, daughter of James Warren, and
granddaughter of Nathan Warren, has very kindly furnished some information on
the Middleborough branch of the family.
Magri, an Italian dwarf, and the latter, Major Edward Newall, also
i. MEHITABLE WARREN,' b. 15 September, 1743; m. 12 March, 1761,
Gershom Cobb. li. STLVANDS WARREN, b. 9 March, 1746; bapt. 13 April following;
14 May, 1809; m. 1 August, 1782, Sarah Washburn of Rochester.
She d. 30 January, 1822. He was lieutenant in Massachusetts
militia during the Revolution. 1ii. JEDIDAH WARREN, b. 20 February, 1748; bapt.
10 April following;
d. 25 March, 1819; m. 18 August, 1767, Nathaniel Tucker, b. 15
October, 1745, son of Deacon Nathaniel Tucker by his wife Sarah
iv. ICHABOD WARREN, b. 13 May, 1750; bapt. 17 of next June; m. 22 Sep-
tember, 1772, Mary Leonard of Bridgewater.
v. LUCY WARREN, bapt. 18 November, 1753; d. young.
vi. SILAS WARREN, b. 18 February, 1756.
vii. ZENAS WARREN, b. 22 March, 1758; bapt. 7 May of the same year;
m. 1 March, 1781, Susanna Weston.
viii. ANDREW WARREN, b. 14 November, 1760; bapt. 4 January following.
He was a Revolutionary soldier. ix. LUCY WARREN, bapt. 29 May, 1763. x. HANNAH
WARREN, b. 9 April, 1765; bapt. 26 May next; d. 21 March,
1848; m. 22 May, 1783, Silas Hall of Raynham, b. 2 September,
1762, d. 22 September, 1822.*
il. SUSANNA WARREN, twin of above; bapt. with her sister.
xil. EUNICE WARREN, bapt. 21 May, 1767, possibly 1769
Richard Warren of the Mayflower and some of his Descendants
by Emily Warren Roebling
Jedidah Tupper Warren (1725 - 1807)
Sylvanus Warren (1745 - 1809)*
In Memory of
Mr. Benjamin Warren
who died Jan 11, 1802
in his 82d Year
Nemasket Hill Cemetery
Created by: Zoe Tom
Record added: Feb 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47675108
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