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Binford of Virginia
Posted by: jeff w (ID *****6757) Date: July 14, 2007 at 09:19:55
In Reply to: Anthony (2) brother of James (1) Binford by Harold Rhodes of 292

Modified Register for Anthony Binford

First Generation

       1.       Anthony Binford was born about 1642 in Charles City Co, VA. He died in 1685 in Charles City Co, VA.

Anthony Binford, immigrant, received a grant of 320 acres in Lower Norfolk Co VA from Gov William
Berkeley on 5 Nov 1665. His family was Kentish and he was a Quaker, having been convinced by
George Fox. per Roots in Virginia: an account of Captain Thomas Hale, by Nathaniel Hale, p 120. 1948

Anthony had the following children:

+       2       M       i.       James Binford was born about 1671.

+       3       F       ii.       Huldah Binford was born in 1679. She died after 1758.

Second Generation

       2.       James Binford (Anthony) was born about 1671 in Charles City Co, VA.

James Binford was granted 261 acres of land on 03/04/1703 by Queen Anne and Wm. Randolph."at 2
lbs of tobacco per acre south of the James River in what was known as Charles City Co., but in 1703
was taken off and called Prince George Co. This deed was made in the courthouse of Charles City Co.,
but on June 16, 1774 was signed over by Alexander Spotswood at Williamsburg.

James had the following children:

+       4       M       i.       Thomas Binford was born about 1697. He died before Jun 1752.

       5       M       ii.       John Binford .

       6       M       iii.       Peter Binford .
Peter married Rebecca in 1734.

       3.       Huldah Binford (Anthony) was born in 1679 in Lower Norfolk Co, VA. She died after 1758 in Charles City Co, VA.

Huldah Binford, second child and first daughter of Anthony Binford, married by Quaker Ceremony on
June 18, 1700, William Ladd, son of John Ladd, who on September 24, 1667 was granted 7,524 acres of
land in Lower Norfolk Co, Virginia. The descendants of this couple are numerous. Their son James Ladd
had three children who married Binfords. Reference: Binford Family Genealogy compiled by Mary L
Bruner LDS 929.273 B512
4, 7 1700 Huldah Binford, Merchant's Hope married William Ladd. Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of Quaker
Genealogy vol. VI p. 158
Huldah belonged, in 1700, to Merchant's Hope (Binford's) Meeting, in present Prince George County
(taken from that part of Charles City County lying south of the James River in 1702). On June 3, 1753,
the widow Huldah B. Ladd, a membert of Wainoke Meeting, suffered the seizure of two cows for failure to
pay the parish tithe. On September 1, 1753, she held a Friends meeting in her home in Charles City
County. It is believed that the father of Huldah was Anthony Binford of Lower Norfolk Co. (now City of
Chesapeake) and that her brother was James Anthony.


Huldah married William Ladd on 18 Jun 1700 in Charles City Co, VA. William was born in Aug 1679 in Curles, Henrico Co, VA. He died on 27 Nov 1751 in Wainoak, VA.

"Virginia Quaker Stanleys and Descendants" quotes a "testamonial from Friends in Virginia concerning
William Ladd (son of John) read at the Virginia Yearly Meeting on 9 May 1761: "William Ladd, son of
John and Mary Ladd, both from old England, was born near Curles (Henrico County) in Virginia, in the
sixth month 1679." That book also lists John and Mary's children as Amos, Sarah, Racell, Elizabeth, and
William.
William Ladd, 1679-1751, son of John, of Charles City co, VA, married in 1701 Huldah Binford, whose
father Anthony Binford was also one of the early settlers in VA. They had four children who married. 500
acres of land were granted to William Ladd on the north side of the James river, in the fork of Beaver
Dam Creek, in Henrico co, Virginia, June 16, 1714.
The remainder of the testimonial quoted above tells more about William "... about the time of his
marriage he removed to Wainoak, became a member of that meeting, and resided there the remainder of
his days. He had an acceptable gift in the ministry, and was a great sufferer for bearing a testimony
against the hireling ministers. In one instance, a very exorbitant seizure was made upon his effects, yet
he lived to see the officer who made it, reduced to such low circumstances, that he charitably contributed
to supply his necessities. He continued a faithful sufferer to the end of his days, encouraging his children
to faithfulness saying: 'The truth is more to me than my all in this world.' The night of his decease, one of
the family saying: 'This was to be a night of great sorrow to them,' he replied 'It was a night of great joy to
him' which was one of the last of his expressions. He died 27th of the ninth month, 1751, and was buried
in the family bury-ing-ground near his own house, aged seventy-two, and a minister about 25 years."
The minutes of Henrico Monthly Meeting from 1726 to 1779 include several references to John,
William and James, Amos, Thomas, and Huldah each being fined on various dates and having
household goods, a slave, animals, boots, pewter, and tobacco seized for refusal to pay tithes, priest's
wages, and militia fines, and refusal to bear arms. In 1811 Benjamin H, Benjamin W and Robert had
money, sheep and corn taken for refusal to muster; and again in 1815 they had seized corn, a horse, and
a copper kettle "for not repairing to place of rendevous on a notice in 1813."
"A Collection of Memorials Concerning the People called Quakers" in a brief chapter on William I,
noted he was the son of John & Mary Ladd, both born in England.

16. William Ladd I; b: August 1679 in Henrico co, Va.; d: November 27, 1751 in Charles
City co, Virginia
+Huldah Binford; b: Abt 1679 in Virginia; m: June 18, 1700 in Lower Norfolk co, Va.; (dau. of Anthony
Binford)
161 Mary
162 James
163 John
164 William II
165 Lydia
166 Huldah
167 Sarah
168 Elizabeth
169. Thomas
"A Collection of Memorials Concerning the People called Quakers" in a brief chapter on William I,
noted he was born Aug. 1679 near Curles (Henrico Co.) in Va. in sixth month, 1679. At about the time of
his marriage he moved to Wainoke and resided there the remainder of his life. He died 27th day of ninth
month, 1751 and was buried in the family burying ground near his own house, aged seventy-two, and a
minister about 25 years."
(Note: He is always referred to in Quaker records as being of CCC)

Henrico, Va. Quaker Records:
1699/1700,12,9: William [Lead] contributed 150 lbs. of Tobacco toward the building of a new MH at
Curles.
1700,4,7: William [Lead] at liberty to marry Huldah Binford.
1704,10,16: William [Lead] con misconduct.
1706,3,18: William [Lead] & others request a meeting at John Crew's house.
1708/9,12,19: William & Robert & other Frs. "in woods about Herring Creek" request that the meeting
once held at John Crew's be moved to Lead's granted [Note: this is Robert Crew]
1713,7,11: William [Lead] agreed to care for Nathaniel Jordan for one-half yr.; the MM to pay for same.
1717,2,11: William [Lead] was a representative to MM from Weynoke Meeting, Charles City.
1720/21,1,1: William [Lead] co Weyn Oke Meeting in place of Thomas Gregory, retired
1726,7,3: William [Lead] suffered the seizure of a Negro man (slave) & 308 lbs. of tobacco for refusing
to pay tithes.
1735,7,6: William [Lad], member Wainoke Meeting, suffered seizure of 200 lbs. of tobacco & a pair of
boots for fines; again in 1739 had 150 lbs. of tobacco seized by John Southhall, sheriff.
1739,7,1: John Sheriff, collected fines from Andrew Crew & Wm. Lead Charles City co, for refusing to
pay tithes, collected other fines of Quakers of Charles City Co. in 1745.
1745,10,7: William Sr. contributed toward the building of the MM house

1705 Virginia land tax records list Wm. Ladd in Henrico co, there were no other Ladd listed for entire
state.
CCC Order books
Aug 1737 (74/13) William Ladd witness of will of Robert Crew
Aug Court 1741 (86/172) William Lead's deed to his son John Lead recorded
Nov. Court 1750 (116/587) John Lead Deed proved by John Lead, William Lead and John Lead Jr.
[davis3-05.FTW]

[Bonnie Hamilton.FTW]

"Virginia Quaker Stanleys and Descendants" quotes a "testamonial from Friends in Virginia concerning
William Ladd (son of John) read at the Virginia Yearly Meeting on 9 May 1761: "William Ladd, son of
John and Mary Ladd, both from old England, was born near Curles (Henrico County) in Virginia, in the
sixth month 1679." That book also lists John and Mary's children as Amos, Sarah, Racell, Elizabeth, and
William.
William Ladd, 1679-1751, son of John, of Charles City co, VA, married in 1701 Huldah Binford, whose
father Anthony Binford was also one of the early settlers in VA. They had four children who married. 500
acres of land were granted to William Ladd on the north side of the James river, in the fork of Beaver
Dam Creek, in Henrico co, Virginia, June 16, 1714.
The remainder of the testimonial quoted above tells more about William "... about the time of his
marriage he removed to Wainoak, became a member of that meeting, and resided there the remainder of
his days. He had an acceptable gift in the ministry, and was a great sufferer for bearing a testimony
against the hireling ministers. In one instance, a very exorbitant seizure was made upon his effects, yet
he lived to see the officer who made it, reduced to such low circumstances, that he charitably contributed
to supply his necessities. He continued a faithful sufferer to the end of his days, encouraging his children
to faithfulness saying: 'The truth is more to me than my all in this world.' The night of his decease, one of
the family saying: 'This was to be a night of great sorrow to them,' he replied 'It was a night of great joy to
him' which was one of the last of his expressions. He died 27th of the ninth month, 1751, and was buried
in the family bury-ing-ground near his own house, aged seventy-two, and a minister about 25 years."
The minutes of Henrico Monthly Meeting from 1726 to 1779 include several references to John,
William and James, Amos, Thomas, and Huldah each being fined on various dates and having
household goods, a slave, animals, boots, pewter, and tobacco seized for refusal to pay tithes, priest's
wages, and militia fines, and refusal to bear arms. In 1811 Benjamin H, Benjamin W and Robert had
money, sheep and corn taken for refusal to muster; and again in 1815 they had seized corn, a horse, and
a copper kettle "for not repairing to place of rendevous on a notice in 1813."
"A Collection of Memorials Concerning the People called Quakers" in a brief chapter on William I,
noted he was the son of John & Mary Ladd, both born in England.

16. William Ladd I; b: August 1679 in Henrico co, Va.; d: November 27, 1751 in Charles
City co, Virginia
+Huldah Binford; b: Abt 1679 in Virginia; m: June 18, 1700 in Lower Norfolk co, Va.; (dau. of Anthony
Binford)
161 Mary
162 James
163 John
164 William II
165 Lydia
166 Huldah
167 Sarah
168 Elizabeth
169. Thomas
"A Collection of Memorials Concerning the People called Quakers" in a brief chapter on William I,
noted he was born Aug. 1679 near Curles (Henrico Co.) in Va. in sixth month, 1679. At about the time of
his marriage he moved to Wainoke and resided there the remainder of his life. He died 27th day of ninth
month, 1751 and was buried in the family burying ground near his own house, aged seventy-two, and a
minister about 25 years."
(Note: He is always referred to in Quaker records as being of CCC)
Henrico, Va. Quaker Records:
1699/1700,12,9: William [Lead] contributed 150 lbs. of Tobacco toward the building of a new MH at
Curles.
1700,4,7: William [Lead] at liberty to marry Huldah Binford.
1704,10,16: William [Lead] con misconduct.
1706,3,18: William [Lead] & others request a meeting at John Crew's house.
1708/9,12,19: William & Robert & other Frs. "in woods about Herring Creek" request that the meeting
once held at John Crew's be moved to Lead's granted [Note: this is Robert Crew]
1713,7,11: William [Lead] agreed to care for Nathaniel Jordan for one-half yr.; the MM to pay for same.
1717,2,11: William [Lead] was a representative to MM from Weynoke Meeting, Charles City.
1720/21,1,1: William [Lead] co Weyn Oke Meeting in place of Thomas Gregory, retired
1726,7,3: William [Lead] suffered the seizure of a Negro man (slave) & 308 lbs. of tobacco for refusing
to pay tithes.
1735,7,6: William [Lad], member Wainoke Meeting, suffered seizure of 200 lbs. of tobacco & a pair of
boots for fines; again in 1739 had 150 lbs. of tobacco seized by John Southhall, sheriff.
1739,7,1: John Sheriff, collected fines from Andrew Crew & Wm. Lead Charles City co, for refusing to
pay tithes, collected other fines of Quakers of Charles City Co. in 1745.
1745,10,7: William Sr. contributed toward the building of the MM house
1705 Virginia land tax records list Wm. Ladd in Henrico co, there were no other Ladd listed for entire
state.
CCC Order books
Aug 1737 (74/13) William Ladd witness of will of Robert Crew
Aug Court 1741 (86/172) William Lead's deed to his son John Lead recorded
Nov. Court 1750 (116/587) John Lead Deed proved by John Lead, William Lead and John Lead Jr.

Father: John Ladd b: ABT 1630 in England
Mother: Mary [Ladd] b: ABT 1650 in England

Marriage 1 Huldah Binford b: 1679 in Lower Norfolk Co, VA

* Married: 18 JUN 1700 in Henrico MM, Lower Norfolk Co, VA 2 1
* Marriage Ending Status: Divorce
* Note:

[Bonnie Hamilton.FTW]

4, 7 1700 Huldah Binford, Merchant's Hope married William Ladd
Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy vol. VI p. 158[davis3-05.FTW]

[Bonnie Hamilton.FTW]

4, 7 1700 Huldah Binford, Merchant's Hope married William Ladd
Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy vol. VI p. 158


William and Huldah had the following children:

+       7       M       i.       John Ladd was born about 1704. He died on 10 Sep 1767.

Third Generation

       4.       Thomas Binford (James, Anthony) was born about 1697 in Charles City Co, VA. He died before Jun 1752 in Henrico Co, VA.

In 1735 there was a processioning of the boundry line between the land of Thomas Binford and Thomas
Watkins. Processioning was the lawful process where a commission appointed in each precinct of men
to walk off the boundry lines of all land patents to reestablish boundries every forth year. Giles Carter
was one of the procession board. In 1739 Thomas Watkins and John Binford were processioners with
John Carter and William Carther. per Giles Carter of Virginia : genealogical memoir, 1909. p. 66.
This family group is described . per Roots in Virginia: an account of Captain Thomas Hale, by Nathaniel
Hale, p 120. 1948
will 1752.


Thomas married Elizabeth about 1720. Elizabeth was born about 1705 in VA. She died before Dec 1757 in Henrico Co, VA.

Per various internet postings with no source there is an Elizabeth Kinsey b 1755, d. 1789 (age 34) m.
Thomas Binford, b 1705 in Henrico Co VA, MM, Charles City and d 1752 Henrick MM Charles City VA.

Thomas and Elizabeth had the following children:

+       8       F       i.       Priscilla Binford was born about 1725. She died after 1793.

       9       M       ii.       John Binford was born about 1729 in Charles City Co, VA.

m. at Henrico Co Monthly Meeting of Friends. 3rd day of 8th month 1754. (keep in
mind the church year may have been different).

John married Susannah Ellyson daughter of Robert Ellyson and Sarah Crew in 1754. Susannah was born about 1734 in New Kent Co, VA. She died on 28 Aug 1795 in Henrico Co, VA.

       10       M       iii.       Thomas Binford was born about 1730 in Manakintown, Powhatan Co, VA.
Thomas married Judith Ladd daughter of James Ladd and Judith Ellyson in 1753. Judith was born about 1730 in Charles City Co, VA.

       11       M       iv.       William Binford was born about 1735 in Manakintown, Powhatan Co, VA.
William married Mary Peebles .

       12       F       v.       Betty Kinsey Binford was born about 1739 in Manakintown, Powhatan Co, VA.
Betty married Samuel Pankey . Samuel was born about 1735 in Manakintown, Powhatan Co, VA.

       13       F       vi.       Sarah Binford was born about 1743 in Manakintown, Powhatan Co, VA. She died on 11 Mar 1814.
Sarah married Amos Ladd son of John Ladd and Mary Crew on 11 Aug 1763. Amos was born in 1727 in Charles City Co, VA. He died on 8 May 1790 in Charles City Co, VA.

+       14       F       vii.       Mary Binford was born about 1747.

+       15       M       viii.       James L Binford was born about 1752. He died on 3 Oct 1824.

       7.       John Ladd (Huldah Binford, Anthony) was born about 1704 in Charles City Co, VA. He died on 10 Sep 1767.

m: Henrico Meeting


John married Mary Crew on 10 Nov 1724 in Henrico Co, VA. Mary was born about 1702 in Charles City Co, VA. She died on 27 Jun 1786.

They had the following children:

       16       M       i.       Amos Ladd was born in 1727 in Charles City Co, VA. He died on 8 May 1790 in Charles City Co, VA.
Amos married Sarah Binford daughter of Thomas Binford and Elizabeth on 11 Aug 1763. Sarah was born about 1743 in Manakintown, Powhatan Co, VA. She died on 11 Mar 1814.

Fourth Generation

       8.       Priscilla Binford (Thomas, James, Anthony) was born about 1725 in Manakintown, Powhatan Co, VA. She died after 1793 in Goochland Co, VA.

"Quaker Records of Henrico Monthly Meeting" by F. Edward Wright
Benjamin Watkins was born 18 Oct 1729, Goochland Co., Va, married Jun/Aug 1754, in "Friends
Meeting", Henrico Co., VA, Priscilla Binford, born pre 1744, died aft Feb 1793, Goochland Co., Va.
Benjamin died 9 Sep 1793, Goochland Co., Va. Family bible owned by John H Stutesman; will made 20
Feb 1793; 6 children were named in his will, Goochland co., VA; Deed book 16 p. 277-278, probated 16
Jun 1794; lived on the east side of Geneto Creek on 236 acres, Goochland co., VA; refused to take oath
of Allegiance 1777; Quaker, married "at Friend's Meeting" in Henrico co., VA; the order of birth of children
is unknown. Priscilla, : in 1770, of St James Northern Parish; will made 31 Oct 1777. per Ginga Mylius.
gmyliuscharter.net


Priscilla married Benjamin Watkins 2d son of Benjamin Watkins 1st and Jane Watkins on 6 Apr 1754 in White Oak Swamp MM, Henrico Co, VA. Benjamin was born on 18 Oct 1729 in Goochland Co, VA. He died on 9 Sep 1793 in Goochland Co, VA.

RES-A: Little Genito farm house sometimes spelled Jenetoe, Jenitoe, is 1.5 miles south of Shallow Well
on Rt 654. Title follows 20 Apr 1734, Charles Johnson, the original 1732 patent holder, conveyed to
Benjamin Watkins. 14 Feb 1770 Benjamin Watkins conveyed to Thomas Watkins, 10 sep 1822 Thomas
Watkins conveyed to Joshua R. Knibb . Was 19 months after JRK married Frances Watkins.
RES-B: Genito / Jenito 400 acres 1719 pattented by William Finney. William Finney devised to his son
William. 17 Mar 1746 William Jr sold 200 acres to Benjamin Watkins. William Jr. 5 Dec 1732 George
Floyd sold 200 acres on Jenny Toe Creek to Benjamin Watkins.
Someone noted him "disowned for marrying out of faith."
Benjamin Watkins born 18 Oct 1729, Goochland Co., Va, married Jun/Aug 1754, in "Friends Meeting",
White Oak Swamp Quaker Meeting, Henrico Co., VA, Priscilla Binford, born pre 1744, died aft Feb 1793,
Goochland Co., Va. Benjamin died 9 Sep 1793, Goochland Co., Va. Family bible owned by John H
Stutesman; will made 20 Feb 1793; 6 children were named in his will, Goochland co., VA; Deed book 16
p. 277-278, probated 16 Jun 1794; lived on the east side of Geneto Creek on 236 acres, Goochland co.,
VA; Despite the flame of the American Revolution, BW refused to take oath of Allegiance to the
revolutionary government in 1777, and probably suffered as a result for his nonviolent principals. (DAR
Mag. v. 82, Goochland Co Oaths of Allegience Aug 1777). the order of birth of children is unknown.
Priscilla: in 1770, of St James Northern Parish; will made 31 Oct 1777; Quaker.His 1793 will was
witnessed by his bros Thomas Watkins and Joseph Watkins. (Goochland Deed book 16 p 277).


Benjamin and Priscilla had the following children:

       17       M       i.       Benjamin Watkins 3d was born about 1760 in Goochland Co, VA. He died after 1820 in Goochland Co, VA.

m: "Dec 23, 1785. Benjamin Watkins and Anna Riddle." per Virginia County Records
by William A Crozier. p 160. Goochlanc County Marriage Bonds.
m: disowned by the Cedar Creek Meeting because married out of unity.
To the Quakers, correct conduct according to their faith was a serious matter to be
taken into their daily lives. Church rules and disciplin were strictly maintained. A
marriage involved the church. The parties had to first declare their intentions at a
monthly meeting. A committee was appointed to investigate the clearness of the
parties and report at the next monthly meeting. If a Quaker married a non-member, he
was said to have married out of unity, for which he or she was disowned. Complaint
was made against members for unseemly conduct, dressing too gailey, swearing, lying,
frivolous talk, military service, gambling, drinking, not paying debts, holding slaves,
absence from church, fighting and for more serious offenses. For any of these, he
might be disowned. A member was not allowed to go to Law without the consent of the
meeting. The church appointed a committee to visit the erring member to help him see
the error of his way. A disowned member ceased to exist as far as the church was
concerned. Often parents did not allow a disowned heir to inherit. per Hutchins Family
by Hutchins.


Benjamin married Anna Riddle daughter of Thomas Riddle and Agnes Mims on 23 Dec 1785 in Goochland Co, VA. Anna was born on 12 Mar 1758 in Licking Hole Creek, Goochland Co, VA. She was christened on 30 Apr 1758 in St James Northam Parish, Goochland, VA.

William and mary College Quarterly. Marriage Bonds in Goochland Co [VA]. "
December 23, '85. Benj. Watkins to Anna Riddle; sec., John Riddle."


       18       M       ii.       Thomas Binford Watkins was born about 1760/1770. He died in 1831 in Goochland Co, VA.
Thomas married Nancy Ragland on 11 May 1795 in Louisa Co, VA.


       19       M       iii.       Robert Watkins was born about 1760/1770 in Goochland Co, VA. He died in Chesterfield Co, VA.

Robert Watkins born pre 1780, Goochland Co., Va, occupation merchant of Richmond,
VA, married 1 Mar 1800, in Nottoway Co., VA, Mary "Polly" Osborne, born pre 1790,
(daughter of Abner Osborne and ___) died 23 Feb 1805, Chesterfield Co., Va. Robert
died post 1804? Chesterfield co., VA. Quaker - dismissed in 1800 for non-attendance &
inconsistent conduct; 1799, VA land grant to him in Ohio District (Henderson Co., KY).
merchant in Richmond VA.


Robert married Mary Polly Osbourne on 1 Mar 1800.

       20       F       iv.       Elizabeth Betsey Watkins was born about 1755 in res, Goochland Co, VA. She died after 1800 in Louisa Co, VA.
Elizabeth married Elijah Johnson son of Ashley Johnson and Martha Woodey on 13 Apr 1793 in Cedar Creek Meeting, Henrico Co, VA. Elijah was born on 29 Dec 1749 in New Kent Co, VA. He died on 14 Aug 1830.

       21       F       v.       Sarah Sally Watkins was born about 1760/1770.

       22       F       vi.       Mary Polly Watkins was born before 1774.

She was of legal age [21] when married. Therefore born bef 1774. She married her
first cousin and was disowned by the Quakers.


Mary married William Johnson on 24 Sep 1795 in Goochland Co, VA.

       14.       Mary Binford (Thomas, James, Anthony) was born about 1747 in Prince Georges Co, VA.

Mary married Joseph Ladd son of James Ladd and Judith Ellyson in Jun 1767. Joseph was born about 1734 in Charles City Co, VA. He died on 9 Aug 1771.

They had the following children:

       23       M       i.       James Ladd 2d was born in 1736.

       15.       James L Binford (Thomas, James, Anthony) was born about 1752 in Prince Georges Co, VA. He died on 3 Oct 1824.

James married Hannah Crew on 5 Jan 1777 in Henrico Co, VA. Hannah was born about 1756.

Hannah (Crew) Binford was the mother of the Binford brothers of the Walnut Ridge Meeting in Rush
County, Indiana. She married James Binford. In 1782 they transferred from Black Water Monthly Meeting
in Virginia to Rich Square Monthly Meeting in North Caroina. She was an overseer in Rich Square
Monthly Meeting. In 1827, after the death of her husband, she removed to Stillwater Monthly Meeting in
Ohio. She was granted a certificate to Duck Creek Monthly Meeting in 1827. She lived in the Walnut
Ridge Community at the end of her life.


James and Hannah had the following children:

       24       M       i.       James Ladd Binford was born in 1787. He died in 1862.

       25       M       ii.       Benajah Binford was born in 1790. He died in 1858.

Quaker. Benajah Binford (1790-1858) was born in 1790 in North Carolina. He was a
son of James and Hannah (Crew) Binford. He married Judith Binford, his first cousin
and a daughter of John and Martha Binford, in 1811. For marrying his first cousin, he
was disowned by Jack Swamp Monthly Meeting, but he was readmitted to membership
the same year. In 1826 they removed from Rich Square Monthly Meeting to Duck
Creek Monthly Meeting in Henry County, Indiana, though they actually settled in what
is now Ripley Township, Rush County. They were early members of Walnut Ridge
Friends Meeting. Benajah died in 1858, and Judith died in 1871. Both are buried in the
Walnut Ridge Burying Ground.


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