About a decade ago I helped research the Bennett family using J.H. Beers & Co.’s 1890 book: History of the Counties of McKean, Elk, Cameron, and Potter, Pennsylvania. Here are the references from the Potter County area. By the way, italics are my explanatory notes.
p. 1014 Atlas Bennett listed as Associate Judge (1876), although he died before qualifying for the position and another was appointed in his stead by the governor.
p. 1024 A.B. Bennett was one of the chief contributors for the academic school at Lewisville in 1859 (Today’s Ulysses, PA).
p. 1038 Allen Bennett of Bingham, Civil War soldier ID’d on monolith at Coudersport.
p. 1057 D.R. Bennett listed as a resident taxpayer of Coudersport in 1848.
p. 1089 The first post office that Mr. Stone remembers in Harrison Valley was “at Colvin’s, and Bennett, who lived there in 1849, was postmaster.”
p. 1097 E.O. Bennett, 89th NY Volunteers, a member of the Galeton G.A.R.1885.
p. 1134 W.A. Bennett one of incorporators for United Brethren Association of Millport 1886. ALSO: “Rev. W.A. Bennett was secretary.”
p. 1140 Clarrissa Bennett charter member of Lewisville W.C.T.U. 1884. (Today’s Ulysses, PA) (W.C.T.U. = Women’s Christian Temperence Union… a social organization devoted to making alcohoilic beverages illegal in the United States).
p. 1141 listing of general business in Lewisville boro, c. 1880 includes: “Abram Bennett” as a general merchant.