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Marriage: Children:
  1. Charles Herbert BENTLEY: Birth: 2 JUN 1886 in Greenfield Center, New York. Death: 30 APR 1982 in Glens Falls, New York

  2. Albert4 BENTLEY: Birth: 2 FEB 1888 in Greenfield, New York. Death: 20 FEB 1965 in New York City, New York


Sources
1. Title:   World Family Tree Vol. L1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0004
Author:   Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: October 30, 1998

Notes
a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT Vol. L1, Ed. 1, Tree #0004, Date of Import: Apr 30, 2003]
  BENTLEY
  JOHN BENTLEY? & (?) B: __-__-____ at ________________ M: __-__-18__ at ________________ to ________________ D: __-__-18__ at ________________ [g4-grandparents, two of 64]
  Probably in War of 1812.
  JOHN HENRY BENTLEY & (?) B: 8-30-1843 M: __-__-18__ to __________________ D: 12-26-1912, aged 69 years [g3-grandparents, two of 32]
  Handwritten notes from Mrs. Rhoda M.B. Langworthy: "There were 4 Bentley brothers from England. John, a cooper, stayed in the east while the others went West. John married and had a son, William. John then went West and later returned. In Civil War, wife died while he was away. William was placed in a deaf-dumb-mute hospital. John returned, remarried (possibly) a French-Canadian."
  4 children:
  1. WILLIAM S. BENTLEY. 2. (Nellie), m. Herbert Claydon. 3. Ruth Bentley. 4. Lena, m. _____ Tubbs.
  WILLIAM SENECA BENTLEY & NORA FRANCES CLAYDON B: __-__-1863 at _______________ to (John Henry Bentley) & (?) M: to Nora Frances Claydon D: 5-7-1940 at Greenfield Center, NY BUR: North Milton Cemetery
  He was a farmer and a cooper.
  Newspaper obituary, The Saratogian, Saratoga Springs, NY, May 8, 1940:
  "Greenfield Center-- William S. Bentley, life-long, well-known resident of Greenfield, died yesterday in Elnora. Surviving are two sons, Charles of Glens Falls, and Albert of Schenectady; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and three sisters, Mrs. Herbert Claydon of Greenfield, Mrs. Lena Tubbs of Amsterdam, and Miss Ruth Bentley of Williamsburg, VA. He will be brought to the Methodist Church in Greenfield Center at 1 pm. Saturday where friends may call until the service, which will be at 2 pm. Burial will be in North Milton Cemetery."
  Handwritten notes from Mrs. Rhoda M.B. Langworthy: "There were 4 Bentley brothers from England. John, a cooper, stayed in the east while the others went West. John married and had a son, William. John then went West and later returned. In Civil War, wife died while he was away. William was placed in a deaf-dumb-mute hospital. John returned, remarried (possibly) a French-Canadian."


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