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Benjamin Genealogy & History

Benjamin, an English/French patronymic Christian surname, is based on the ancient Hebrew given name Benjamin, meaning "son of the right hand". Hebrew names became popular in England after the 12th-century Crusades. Benjamin (1554-1443 BC), the last of Jacob's twelve sons, was founder of one of the Ten "Lost Tribes". In English Benjamin family history, the name was most numerous in Berkshire, Wiltshire and Cambridge prior to 1250, with the first record as Beniamin in 1166 in Norfolk. American Benjamin genealogy begins in Boston in 1632. The Benjamin coat of arms is a gold and black diagonal cross (saltire) with five rings (annulets).

Benjamin Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Eileen Benjamin-- --, 1928January 30,2006FL
B Allen Benjamin-- --, 1915January 12,2003MA
Caleb Benjamin-- --, 1891November ,1977RI
Doreen Benjamin-- --, 1955March 11,2009NY

Benjamin Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Burton Benjamin-- --, 1921July 15,1995San Diego,CA
Fabien Benjamin-- --, 1909July ,1977Willimantic,CT
G Merrill Benjamin-- --, 1913September ,1984Midland,MI
Hager Benjamin-- --, 1896December ,1985Louisville,KY

Benjamin Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Amos BenjaminLois BogerMarch 23,1963Wake, NC
Charles BenjaminFaye PenderNovember 30,1974Wake, NC
Donald BenjaminEmily CooperJuly 9,1988Wake, NC
Eugene BenjaminBrenda AllenOctober 16,1964Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Benjamin

932nd: Rios933rd: Dailey
934th: Hyde935th: Dodd
936th: Odom937th: Holman
938th: Cherry939th: Bloom
940th: McLeod941st: Muller

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