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Benjah Peck Beach
B. P. BEACH, WASHINGTON: Builder.
Benajah Peck Beach was a member of the legislature in 1867, his colleagues in the house including Seth Thomas of Plymouth, ex-Governor Waller, Hon. John T. Wait of Norwich, ex-Congressman George M. Landers, and States Attorney Tilton E. Doolittle of New Haven.
|| Mr. Beach served on the democratic side of the house. He has held the offices of grand juror, justice of the peace, and constable. He is a builder by avocation.
He was born in Woodbridge, November 27, 1820, and received a public school education. Most of his early life was spent in the towns of New Haven and Woodbridge. Since 1842 he has resided in the town of Washington.
His wife, who is still living, was Miss Huldah A. Titus. There are two children in the family.
Source: Builders of Our Nation, Men of 1914
pub. Men of Nineteen-Fourteen, Chicago, Ill. 1915.
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