CONVERSE, Benjamin, s. of Capt. Robert and Mary, [died] Aug. 19, 1729; in his 11th y.
[This death date is simply irreconcilable with the birth of a second Benjamin in 1727. Probate shows that no son named Benjamin survived. After analysis of possible errors, the simplest seems to be that the town clerk added the age at death, possibly well after the fact, using the wrong birth record? If the age at death is thrown out, this death fits perfectly to the second Benjamin, with the first one dying sometime before 1727. Any manipulation of dates requires assuming severe, or multiple, errors to come up with a working situation, so seems less likely.]
[Postscript: images posted online in a copy of records made in 1846. [1729 death shows age was added to original record based on a gravestone. 1727 birth. No real clarification provided by this. Also, birth and death from an older book, still no help. (Clearly older, but the neatness, organization (neatly by year), and style of writing suggests this may still be a copy.)]