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Deacon Benjamin Hoyt, Sr
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Birth: 1778
Death: Feb. 16, 1860

h/Susan Hayes
History of Walworth County Wisconsin, Vol. 1, by Albert Clayton Beckwith:

Benjamin Hoyt (1778-1860) was son of Joseph Hoyt and Abigail, daughter of Samuel and Mary Flanders. Older father ancestors were 1, John; 2, Thomas; 3, Benjamin; 4, Enoch. In 1807 he married Susan Hayes, who died in 1862, leaving seven children. Of these, not before named here, Simon Batchelder Hoyt (1811-1861) married Elizabeth D. Cady, at Honey Creek. Benjamin Hoyt, Jr. (born 1829), married, first, Sarah Robinson; second, Alvira Kelley. The elder Hoyt was born in Deerfield, New Hampshire; his children were born at Cabot, Vermont. From their third American ancestors, Benjamin Hoyt and Hannah Pillsbury, were also descended the Hoyts of Allen Grove.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Joseph Hoyt (1739 - 1815)
  Abigail Flanders Hoyt (1741 - 1780)
 
 Spouse:
  Susan Hayes Hoyt (____ - 1862)
 
 Children:
  Gilman Haines Hoyt (1808 - 1884)*
  Johanna Hoyt Hopkins (1812 - 1899)*
  Elizabeth Hoyt Brittain (1814 - 1903)*
  Olive Hoyt Vaughn (1819 - 1878)*
  Avery Atkins Hoyt (1824 - 1906)*
 
 Sibling:
  Enoch Hoyt (1766 - 1821)*
  Benjamin Hoyt (1778 - 1860)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Honey Creek Cemetery
Rochester
Racine County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: Block 3 Lot 36
 
Created by: Whitney G
Record added: Jan 07, 2012
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Deacon Benjamin Hoyt, Sr
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Deacon Benjamin Hoyt, Sr
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Benjamin also had a son named William H. Hoyt.
- Lee Ashmore
 Added: Mar. 19, 2015
An early pioneer in the Wisconsin FreeWill Baptist church; many northeastern people went west and began churches. His bio in Free Baptist Cyclopedia, pub. 1889, by Burgess and Ward.
- wvy
 Added: May. 4, 2013
 
 
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