Birth173672690
Residence26 May 1764, Attleboro, Bristol County, MA72677
Death12 Oct 1774, Attleboro, Bristol County, MA72690
Death Memoin her 39th yr
Spouses
Birth14 Jun 1738, Attleboro, Bristol County, MA72674,72679,72680
Residence26 May 1764, Attleboro, Bristol County, MA72677
Residence21 Sep 1776, Attleboro, Bristol County, MA72676
Death24 Jan 1828, Attleboro, Bristol County, MA72679,72681
Death Memo89th yr
FatherThomas Wilmarth (ca1710-)
MotherRebeckah Nason (ca1710-)
Military
Index of the Rolls of Honor (Ancestor’s Index) in the Lineage Books of the DAR (Vol 1-40) Vol I40169 (Him?)
Wilmarth, Ebenezer: Vol 39, pg 23

MA Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols55593 (Him?)
Pg 524 Willmarth, Ebenezer, Attleborough. Private, Capt Stephen Richardson’s (Attleborough) co. of Minute-men, which marched probably on the alarm of 19 Apr 1775; service 11 days; reported enlisted into the army 1 May 1775; also, Capt Caleb Richardson’s co, Col Timothy Walker’s rest; company return dated 6 Oct 1775; also, receipt for bounty coat dated Attleborough 13 Nov 1775; also, Capt Stephen Richardson’s 4th (2d Attleborough, also given Attleborough No. 12) co, Col Dagger’s rest; list of men who were in the 8 months service at Roxbury in 1775, known as the 1st campaign; also, Capt Richardson’s (Attleborough No. 12) co; list of men who served in the 5 months campaign at Dorchester in 1776, known as the 5th campaign; also, Capt Richardson’s 4th (2d Attleborough) co, Col Dagger’s rest; list of men who served in the 7 months campaign at Nantucket in 1776, known as the 5th campaign; also, Capt Caleb Richardson’s co, Col Abiel Mitchel’s rest; enlisted 28 Jul 1780; discharged 31 Oct 1780; service 3 mos 6 days; regiment raised to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months.
Vol 17 Pg 552 Wilmarth, Ebenezer, Attleborough. Private, Capt Caleb Richardson’s co, Col Timothy Walker’s regt; muster roll dated 1 Aug 1775; enlisted 1 May 1775; service, 3 mos 8 days; also, Private, Colonel’s co, Col Henry Jackson’s regt; Continental Army pay accounts for service from 1 Jan 1780 to 28 Jun 1780; residence, Attleborough; credited to town of Attleborough; also, return certified at Camp near Morristown, 30 Apr 1780, of officers and men belonging to Col Lee’s, Col Henley’s and Col Jackson’s regts, and men belonging to MA in Col Henry Sherburne’s regt, who were incorporated into a regt under the command of Col Henry Jackson, agreeable to the arrangement of 9 Apr 1779; Colonel’s co; rank, Private; residence, Attleborough; engaged for town of Attleborough; engaged 27 Jun 1777; term, 3 years; family of said Wilmarth reported as at Attleborough; also, Colonel’s co commanded by Capt Lieut John Hobby, Col Jackson’s (16th) regt; pay rolls for Apr-Jul 1780; reported discharged 27 Jun 1780.
Vol 17 Pg 553 Wilmarth, Ebenezer, Sutton. Capt Jonathan Carriel’s co, Col Josiah Whitney’s regt; company receipt for advance pay for 1 month, etc, dated Point Shirley, 13 Jun 1776.
Pg 554 Wilmat, Ebenezer. Private, Capt Elihu Gifford’s co, Col Turner’s regt; entered service 7 Aug 1781; discharged 1 Dec 1781; service at RI; regiment raised in Bristol and Barnstable counties to serve for 5 months.
Pg 555 Wilmoth, Ebenezer. Private, Capt Jonathan Carriel’s co, Col Josiah Whitney’s regt; service from 10 May 1776, 4 days preceding march, to 1 Aug 1776, 2 mos 22 days.

US Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-17837876 (Him?)
Eb Willmarth, Private, Roll Box 39, Roll State: MA
Ebenz Wilmarth, Private, Roll Box 39, Roll State: MA

Ebenezer Wilmarth, Ancestor # A127140
Service: MA; Rank: Private
Service Description: Capt Robinson, Col Wade
Nat’l # 300785 Child Parley Wilmarth Marr: Mary Smith Claflin72682
Marriage4 Jul 1764, Attleboro, Bristol County, MA72669,72675,72671,72677
Marr MemoIntentions 26 May 1764
ChildrenSamuel (1765-)
 Ebenezer (1766-)
 Sarah (1768-)
 Esther (1770-)
 Deborah (1773-)
Last Modified 24 Sep 2013Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore