Joseph Bingham the youngest son of Sergeant Thomas Bingham was born at Norwich on June 4, 1709. He married Ruth Post on November 25, 1731. He was First Lieutenant, Third Company, Fourth Regiment under Major John Durkee in 1759. He lived at Norwick until the end of the Indian wars, when he went to Bennington, Vermont to spend his last days with his sons Jeremiah and Calvin.
He served in the French & Indian war under Capt William Whiting with the Third Company under Regt commander Col Elihu Chauncey. He served under Maj John Durkee in 1758 with Ninth Company under Regt commander Col Fitch & Capt Eleazer.
Deacon Joseph was possessed of uncommon muscular strength and very quick. He was 6 feet 2 inches tall, and had an indomitable will, great piety and benevolence. His sons' farm was two miles from Bennington, and he fought in the battle of Bennington on Saturday, August 16, 1777.
He died at Bennington, November 4, 1787.
|Offspring of Thomas Bingham V and Hannah Backus (1676-1752)|
|Thomas Bingham (1692-1771)|| |
|Abel Bingham (1694-)|| |
|Jeremiah Bingham (1694-1714)|| |
|Hannah Bingham (1696-1788)|| |
|Mary Bingham (1698-1724)|| |
|Dorothy Bingham (1699-1753)|| |
|Jabez Bingham (1701-1785)|| |
|Elizabeth Bingham (1703-1741)|| |
|Nathaniel Bingham (1704-1756)|| |
|Martha Bingham (1708-)|| |
|Joseph Bingham (1709-1787)||4 June 1709 Norwich, New London County, Connecticut||4 November 1787 Bennington, Bennington County, Vermont, United States|| Ruth Post (1711-1796)|
- Location: Old Bennington Cemetery, Bennington, Vermont
- Joseph Bingham - disambiguation
- Bingham in Connecticut -
- Joseph Bennington at Find A Grave #22439909