Person:Seth Banister (2)

Watchers
m. 20 Nov 1734
  1. Huldah Banister1735/36 - 1822
  2. Lemuel Banister1737 - 1739
  3. Seth Banister, Jr.1739 - 1819
  4. Solomon Banister1741 - 1835
  5. Sarah Banister1744 - 1822
  6. Elizabeth Banister1746 - 1831
  7. Abigail Banister1748 - 1836
  8. Esther Banister1750 - 1769
  9. Tamer Banister1753 - 1775
  • HSeth Banister, Jr.1739 - 1819
  • W.  Marcy Warriner (add)
m. 13 Jan 1773
Facts and Events
Name[3] Seth Banister, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 7 Dec 1739 Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 13 Jan 1773 Brimfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United Statesto Marcy Warriner (add)
Death[2][4] 7 Nov 1819 Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Brookfield, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1909)
    p. 28.

    BANISTER, Seth, s. Seth and Frances, [born] Dec. 7, 1739.

  2. Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Brookfield, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1909)
    p. 458.

    BANISTER, Col. Seth, [died] Nov. 7, 1819, a. 80. GR1. A Revolutionary soldier.

  3. Temple, Josiah Howard. History of North Brookfield, Massachusetts: preceded by an account of old Quabaug, Indian and English occupation, 1647-1783; Brookfield records, 1686-1783; with a genealogical register. (North Brookfield, Massachusetts: The Town, 1887)
    p. 504.

    Seth Banister [#6], s/o Seth Banister [#3] and Frances Hinds, b. 7 Dec 1739, "a leading man in military affairs; in 1777 had served in the army 19 months, the highest average in the Third Precinct; commanded a company in the service, and afterwards rose to the rank of colonel. He m. Marcy Warriner of Brimfield."

  4. Massachusetts. Probate Court (Worcester County). Probate files, 1731–1881. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2012)
    Case 3315: Banister Seth Brookfield 1819.

    Will of "Seth Banister of Brookfield ... Esquire", dated 23 Oct 1810, codicil 24 Oct 1813, codicil revoked 6 Jul 1816, 2nd codicil 6 Oct 1818, proved 7 Mar 1820, names wife Marcy Banister; son William Bostwick Banister; son Liberty Banister "is now deeply involved in & liable to a large amount of debts incured as I think without the default or blame of my said said under the name and firm of Cutler & Banister .. I cannot reconcile it to my sense of justice to myself & family that all or any part of my estate should be distributed among strangers for the debts of strangers" give to my granddaughters Marcia Ann Banister, Lucia Adelaide Banister, Experience Banister, Amanda Banister & Martha Flavilla Banister all children of my son Liberty Banister and to such children as may hereafter be born to my son Liberty in lawful wedlock appointing son Liberty and wife Martha as trustees; son Seth Banister; my granddaughters Marcia Ann Banister, Lucia Adelaide Banister and Experience Amanda Banister all daughters of my said son Liberty, Frances Buckminster Banister daughter of my son William Bostwick Banister, Caroline Cutler Banister daughter of my son Seth. Son Liberty Banister to be executor.
    1 Dec 1819, Richmond N. York: resignation of Liberty Banister, "impracticalble for me to attend to and discharges the duties of said trust".
    6 Jan 1820: Memorial of W B Banister requesting brother Capt. Seth Banister be appointed.
    11 Jan 1820: Memorial of Marcy Banister that my son Liberty Banister is so circumstanced that he cannot attend to the duties required of him in the capacity of Executor and my wish is that my son Seth be appointed.
    13 Jan 1820: Bond of Seth Banister Gentleman of Brookfield as administrator with will annexed of Seth Banister Esquire late of Brookfield.
    19 Feb 1820: Inventory of col. Seth Banister Late of Brookfield: $7588.73, by Pliny Upham, Daniel Hale, Lewis Abbott. 22 Feb 1820: addition to inventory: $24.00.