Robert Field I
(1605-Bef 1673)
Charity
(-After 1673)
Robert Field II
(1632-1701)
Susannah [Stevenson]
(1640-1702)
Benjamin Field
(Abt 1669-1702)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Experience Allen

Benjamin Field 1262

  • Born: Abt 1669, Newtown, NY 1262
  • Marriage (1): Experience Allen 29 May 1692 in Shrewsbury, New Jersey 1262,1586,1587,1588
  • Died: 16 May 1702, Burlington County, NJ about age 33 1262,1589,1590

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bullet  General Notes:

183. BENJAMIN FIELD (Robert, Robert, William, Christopher, John, Christopher, John. John, Richard, Thomas, Adam, Richard, Roger). b. Newtown L.I.
"Benjamin Field was born in Newtown, L.I.; m. May 29, 1692, Experience Allen. Benjamin Field...went to Shrewsbury, and later, about 1690, to Chesterfield, N.J. Tradition has it that he was accompanied by Peter Harvey and Lawrence Miller, and all journed through the province with their families carrying their effects in a wheelbarrow. This may have been true of the others, but not of Mr. Field, for he was not married until 1692. They all settled close together near the site of the present city of Bordentown. Field was possessed of some means, was a good business man and was much respected and esteemed by the Friends. In 1697-98 he was appointed with Francis Davenport to contract with the builders for the building of a stable at Crosswick's Meeting House. He was frequently appointed on other buisiness communittees. Res., Flushing, L.I., and Shrewsbury and Chesterfield, N.J."

Following that in The Field Genealogy is a rather long discource on the connection between the Flushing Fields and the New Jersey Fields in which the author, Osgood Field, Esq., of London finds little certain connection yet still argues that such was the case that Benjamin moved to New Jersey giving credible circumstancial evidence as well as certain old Bible records Thing is, he never saw the wills of Benjamin and Experience which would have enlightened him a good deal.

Ambrose Field:
some have it that Benjamin and Experience had a son Ambrose, but with little evidence and I believe he is confused with Benjamin's brother Ambrose. There is no Ambrose, son of Benjamin and Experience, in the Chesterfield MM records of the family, nor is he mentioned in Benjamin or Experience's wills.He has been deleted from this database. 1546,1591

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residence, 3 Dec 1697, Chesterfield Township, Burlington Co., NJ. 1592 With the MM of the next month (January) Francis Davenport and Benjamin Field describe a stable that is to be built as agreed on the previous meeting. 24 feet long and 18 feet wide.

Will, 13 May 1702, Burlington County, NJ. 1593 Abstract:
"1702 13th d. 3d m. (May). Field, Benjamin, of Burlington; will of. Wife Experience, sole executrix. Children - Robert, Benjamin, Susanna, Elizabeth, and expected child, mother Susanna Field. Eight hundred acres of land in Burlington Co., adjoining John Adams, 2400 a. above the Falls of Delaware, 200 a. of a farm sold to brother Ambrose Field and reserved. Personal estate." Witnesses (4). Proved Nov 3,____
Lib. I, p.88

Alt. Death, 16 May 1702, Burlington or Hunterdon, New Jersey, British Colonial America. 1594


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Benjamin married Experience Allen, daughter of Jedidiah Allen and Elizabeth Howland, 29 May 1692 in Shrewsbury, New Jersey 1262,1587,1588.,1595 (Experience Allen was born 30 Aug 1669 in Sandwich, Plymouth Colony 1262,1596,1597 and died 17 Dec 1704 in Chesterfield Township, Burlington Co., NJ 1262.)

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Alt. Marriage, 29 May 1692, Long Island, New York, United States. 1598


bullet  Marriage Notes:

The Field Genealogy has this marriage but only three children, Robert who married Mary Taylor, Ambrose who married Susannah Decow and Susanna who married Benjamin Firman. There is no Elizabeth or Benjamin as in Ryan's file or in the Ancestral File.



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