I think this Benjamin is one that I am trying to fit into my Kimble family which does have a Nathan and a Hannah, as well as a Martha and possibly others. I do not have the parents names, other than I know the first few children were born in New Jersey and then they moved to Genesee (Monroe) County, New York at some point around 1800. I am guessing the father's name may be John, but may be Daniel or something else- we have several descendants working on this family.
Hannah married a Pomeroy in Geauga County and lived in Elba, Dodge County, Wisconsin later. Her sister Martha married a Franklin and stayed in NY, living in Leon, Cattaraugus County. Nathan moved from NY to Seneca Co, and Wyandot Co, Ohio. Nathan, and Martha's future husband, Eber Franklin, served in the War of 1812 together out of Chili, Monroe County, New York.
This is what I have on Benjamin thus far:
Name: Benjamin KIMBLE Father: John? KIMBLE (b.bet 1765 and 1770 - ) Mother: _______ ( - bef 1830)
Birth abt 1807 New York
Census 1830 (age 23)
1830 Harris, Sandusky County, Ohio census
Benjamin Kimble 1 - - - 1 f 1 - - - 1
Residence 1833 (age 26) Holmes County, Ohio?
Census 1840 (age 33) Thompson, Geauga county, Ohio
1840 Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio census
Benjamin Kimble 1 m < 5 1 m 30 < 40 1 f < 5 1 f 5 < 10 1 f 30 < 40
Census 1850 (age 43) Thompson, Geauga county, Ohio
1850 Geauga County, Ohio census
227/235 Benj Kimball 43 Farmer 1,000 NY Paulina 42 NY Fanny 18 f b.Ohio Almon 12 m b.O Lucy 9 f b.O Ametia 7 f b.O Lyman 6 m b.O
Notes (Individual) Residence (1833): Benjamin may be a Kimble connected with Walter Kimble family from Paupack, PA, in which case he is probably not a sibling of Hannah, Martha and Nathan.
Chris- please tell me about what information you have about Benjamin and if you have any identifying factors which may prove the connection to my Martha, Hannah and Nathan.