Birth: 1589 in England
Birth of Daughter: 1614
Name: Ann Wilmot
Birth of Son: ABT 1622
Name: Benjamin Wilmot
Birth of Son: ABT 1628
Name: William Wilmot
Note: 4 June 1639
Details: Signed the fundamental agreement in New Haven, Connecticut
Fine: 1646 and 1649
Details: He was fined for negligent behavior, such as not coming to watch on training day and defective arms.
Details: Swore fidelity
Note: He was assigned to sit in the 9th row of the middle seats in the meeting house.
Note: 01 MAY 1654
Details: “Old Goodman Willmot desired the Court, that his son be freed from training which was considered, and with reference to his own age, his wife’s weakness, and their living at a Farm, his son was freed, only is to attend as other farmers do” (Colonial Records, Vol. 11, page 180). The son referred to was William. – Beverly (Hulberg) Hull
Lived in: 02 MAY 1668
Place: New Haven, Connecticut
Details: Benjamin Wilmot and his wife Ann settled early in New Haven, Connecticut. At a “Court the 2th of Maye 1668.” “Old Goodman Willmote and Samuel Marshe Tooke the Oathe of Fidellitie” (Colonial Records, Vol. 1, page 111).
Will: 07 AUG 1669
Note: Says he was aged about four score and mentions son, William Wilmot, and the children of his three children.
Death: 18 AUG 1669 New Haven, Connecticut
Buried: Center Church on the Green Churchyard, New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut
Note: His tombstone was not found along the wall of the Grove Street Cemetery, in the crypt under Center Church, or moved & buried in the Grove Street Cemetery.
Parents are unknown
Birth: 1593 England
Death: 07 OCT 1668 New Haven, Connecticut
Note: Vital Records of New Haven: “Anne wife of old Benjamin Wilmot (died) octobr 7th 68.”
Burial: Center Church on the Green Churchyard, New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut
Details: Her tombstone was not found on the wall of the Grove Street Cemetery, in the crypt under Center Church, or moved & buried in the Grove Street Cemetery.
Parents are unknown