2 Feb 1742 - 4 Oct 1803
Father: Nathaniel WOODHULL
- BIRTH: 2 Feb 1742, Brookhaven, Suffolk, Long Island, NY
- DEATH: 4 Oct 1803
Mother: Sarah SMITH
: Abigail HOWELL
- Ruth WOODHULL
_Richard WOODHULL _____
_Richard WOODHULL ___|
| |_Dorothy HOWELL _______+
_Nathaniel WOODHULL _|
| | _John TOPPING _________+
| |_Temperance TOPPING _|
| |_Sarah WHITE __________+
| _Richard SMITH ________
| _Richard SMITH ______|
| | |_Sarah HAMMOND ________+
|_Sarah SMITH ________|
| _John (Tucker) TOOKER _
|_Hannah TOOKER ______|
"Woodhull Genealogy: The Woodhull Family in England and America",
Mary Gould Woodhull and Frances Bowes Stevens,
Henry T. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1904
"Ebenezer Woodhull, (Captain), 4th generation, born February 2, 1743, was the fourth son and eleventh
child of Nathaniel Wodhull and Sarah Smith. He married Abigail, daughter of Hezekiah Howell and
Susanna Sayre. She was born September 16,1745, and died November 21, 1829. He died October 4, 1803."
"Descendants of Edward Howell (1584-1655) of Westbury Manor, Marsh Gibbon,
Buckinghamshire, [England], and Southampton, Long Island, New York"
Emma Ross Howell; Second Edition by Dr. David Faris, 1985.
"ABIGAIL HOWELL, daughter of Hezekiah & Susannah (Sayre) Howell, was born on 16 Sep 1745. The will
of John J. Carpenter of Blooming Grove, Orange County, New York, dated 31 Jan 1766, left his sister-in-law
Abigail Howell a gold ring at the price of 30 shillings (CNYHS 31:149). She was married in 1767 to Captain
EBENEZER WOODHULL, son of Nathaniel & Sarah (Smith) Woodhull. He was born at Mastic, Long Island
on 2 Feb 1742. They removed to Orange County, New York. Ebenezer Woodhull died on 4 Oct 1803. Abigail
(Howell) Woodhull died on 21 Nov 1829."
"The Family of Richard Smith of Smithtown, Long Island"
Frederick Kinsman Smith
Smithtown Historical Society, Smithtown, NY, 1967
"Ebenezer (Captain), b. 2 Feb 1742, at Mastic, L.I., d. 4 Oct 1803, married Abigail Howell,
b. 16 Sep 1745, d. 21 Nov 1829, daughter of Hezekiah and Susannah (Sayre) Howell. He lived at
Blooming Grove, was in active service in the Revolution, and became captain of the Light Horse
Troop, Cornwall Precinct Regiment."
International Genealogical Index (R)