Nathaniel Ring purchased land in Bradford Twp in 1710 and 1712, and died there in 1714.  His widow, Elizabeth, married George Strode.   Nathaniel's children, so far as know, were William, eldest son, Nathaniel, Benjamin, Elizabeth and Elias.  Of William nothing further is known.  Nathaniel Jr perhaps married, first, Elizabeth Coebourn; he married Lydia Vernon, 4-6-1742, and Elizabeth, widow of Archibald McNeil after 1742.  He died Dec 10, 1766, and was buried at Upper Octorara Church, his residence being in West Marlborough.  His son Nathaniel died March 26, 1766, aged 20 years, and was buried at the same place.  A daughter, Hannah, married Thomas Gibson, of Birmingham, 9-27-`751.  His only surviving son, Benjamin, married 12-6-1758, Rachel, dau of Samuel James, and was living near Chad's Ford at the tie of the battle of Brandywine.  He died 8-10-1804, and his wife 2-27-`804.  Their children were Elias, Samuel, Thomas, Nathaniel, Lydia, Benjamin, Rachel, Joshua, and Elizabeth.

Benjamin Ring, son of the first Nathaniel, was a joiner and died in Birmingham, Nov, 1767, "being by accident sorely wounded" and left a wife Susanna, son Nathaniel and daughter Elizabeth Chandler.  Nathaniel married about this time Hannah, daughter of James and Mary Brinton, and was the grandfather of Nathaniel and Caleb Ring, near Chads' Ford.

Elizabeth Ring, daughter of Nathaniel (1), married John Neild,of Aston, and about 1724 a second husband, William Jefferis.