Benjamin Soule Lineage

Benjamin Soule
b. circa 1728 · Dartmouth, (now Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA)
d. March 1779 · Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut, USA
married circa 1750
Elizabeth ____  · married Jeremiah Davis 2nd
b. 21st day of the 1st month, 1730 (March 21, 1730/1 – old dating)
d. August 1813 · Will probated August 26, 1813 · Coeymans, Albany County, New York, USA

Children of Benjamin and Elizabeth Soule

*This line is currently being revised due to new information

Joseph Soule

Joseph Soule
b. circa 1751
d. after August 1, 1776

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Howland Soule

Howland Soule
b. circa 1753
d. August 4, 1777 · Kingsbridge, Lloyd’s Neck, Suffolk County, New York, USA (now Long Island, New York)
married circa 1774/6
Eunice Lapham · daughter of Jonathan Lapham and Mary Soper
b. April 19 1760 · Stanford, Dutchess County, New York
d. Dutchess, New York

Howland Soule Lineage

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Hannah Soule

Hannah Soule
b. circa 1755
d. after 1808

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Anna Soule

Anna Soule
b. circa 1757
d. after 1808

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Ebenezer Soule

Ebenezer Soule
b. circa 1757
d.
married circa 1780

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George Soule

George Soule
b. 29th day of the 4th month, 1759 (April 29, 1759 - new dating)
d. circa September 1815 · Coeymans (Albany), New York, USA
married (1) circa 1782
Jerusha Hatfield
b. circa 1758-1760
d. circa 1790
married (2) circa 1792
Rachel Coomer
b. August 12, 1770
d.

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Jonathan Soule

Jonathan Soule
b. 13th day of the 6th month, 1761 (June 13, 1761 - new dating)
d. perhaps 1833 · Duanesburg Township, (Schenectady) New York, USA · age 72 · or June 1842 Silver Lake (Susquehanna) Pennsylvania, USA
married circa 1782/3
Sarah Hatfield
b. August 23, 1765 · Westchester, New York
d. 1831 · Duanesburg, Schenectady, New York, USA

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Rebecca Soule

Rebecca Soule
b. circa 1763
d. after 1813

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Martha Soule

Martha Ida Soule
b. October 15, 1765 · Dutchess County, New York · twin of Ruth
d. 28th day of the 9th month, 1857 (September 28, 1857 - new dating) · Peru, New York, USA Age 92
married (1) circa 1780
Abednego Ricketson
b.
d.
married (2) January 30, 1833 · Peru, Clinton, New York, USA
Peter Hallock
b.
d.

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Ruth Soule

Ruth Soule
b. October 15, 1765 · Dutchess County, New York · twin of Martha
d. February 11, 1847
married September 1780
William E Banker/Bunker
b.
d.

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Elizabeth Soule

Elizabeth Soule
b. circa 1770
d.
married possibly December 11, 1791 Bangall Baptist Church
John Smith
b.
d.

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Margaret Soule

Margaret Soule
b. circa 1772
d.
married
Caleb HICKS
b.
d.

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*Information for this lineage was sourced from

~ Mayflower Families In Progress George Soule of the Mayflower and his Decendants for Four Generations
7th Edition
Published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendents 2015
~ Mayflower Families in Progress George Soule of the Mayflower and his Descendants in the Fifth and Sixth Generations
First Edition: Part 3
Published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants 2003
~ Mayflower Families in Progress George Soule of the Mayflower and his Descendants in the Fifth and Sixth Generations
First Edition: Part 4
Published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants 2005
~ Direct Family lineage provided by Soule Kindred Family Tree Committee; July 12, 2017
~ FamilySearch.org
~ Ancestry.com

Note: Quakers used numbered months and days rather than their pagan named derivatives. (i.e. “Thursday” coming from “Thor’s Day”). When the secular calendar was changed in 1752, making January the first month instead of March, Quakers began calling January “First Month”. However, some historians and genealogists who did not understand the Quakers’ system or did not know about the 1752 calendar change, have made errors in transcribing these dates. In some cases, they have transcribed a pre-1752 date as “January” when it should have been “March.” In others, they have continued to call “First Month” “March” after 1752.