Chesnut Benjamin

Chesnut Benjamin a Presbyterian minister, was born in England, came America; and graduated at Nassau Hall 1748. He was licensed by the New York Presbyterian, transferred to the Presbyter of New Brunswick Oct. 1749, and ordained pastor at Woodbury, Sept. 3, 1751, He supplied Mr. Lawrence pulpit at Cape May during a short absence of the pastor; was dismissed from the charge at Woodbury at his own request in 1753, and settled at New Providence in 1756. In 1763 he was dismissed by the Philadelphia Presbytery went south in 1765 in 1767 sent to Timber Creek N.J. After this he taught school near Philadelphia, and died in 1775 See, Index to Princeton Rev. (W.P.S)

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