They lived in Hopewell. Hezekiah, Jr. appeared on the tax rolls of Hopewell, Hunterdon (now Mercer) County for 1722. He had 5 head of cattle and 150 acres.
Hunterdon County was originally part of Burlington County, West Jersey. It was set off from Burlington County on March 11, 1714. It included Amwell, Hopewell, and Maidenhead Townships.
Hopewell is currently in Mercer (formerly Hunterdon) County, New Jersey. Mercer County was formed in 1838 from portions of other counties including Hunterdon. Early settlers found that their deeds were worthless and they were forced to repurchase their land or relocate. On April 23, 1715 the settlers who stayed organized Hopewell Baptist Church.
Baptist churches were found in early colonial settlements and grew out of the English Separatist movement and the doctrine of John Smyth who rejected infant baptism.
from An Ancestral Chart and Handbook by Olive Barrick Rowland Hezekiah Bonham. The first one of the so-called "iah" Bonhams, sons of Hezekiah and his second wife, Ann Hunt. He is listed in 1722 on the tax rolls of Hopewell, Hunterdon County (Snell's History, p. 185), as follows Hezekiah Bonham, Junior--cattle and hores, 5; acres, 150. He married Martha Runyan, dau. Thomas Runyan, Senior, and g. dau. Vincent.