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THE CHIPMAN FAMILY 

A GENEALOGY OF 

The Chipmans In America 

1631-1920 



BY 
BERT LEE CHIPBfAN 




BERT L. CHIPUAN. PUBUSHBR 
WINSTON4AUM. N. C 



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HARVARD 
[UNIVERSITY] 

FEB 13 1962 



COPYRIGHT IWO 
BERT L. CHIPMAN 



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Many hours have been spent in gathering and compiling 
the data that makes up this genealogy of the Chipman 
family; a correspondence has been carried on eactending to 
every part of the United States and Canada, requiring 
several thousand letters; but it has been a pleasant task. 

What is proposed by genealogical research is not to laud 
individuals, nor to glorify such families as would other- 
wise remain without glory. Heraldic arms have as little 
worth as military aside from the worth of those bearing 
them. Not the armor but the army merits and should best 
repay describing. 

It has been my earnest desire to make this work as 
complete and accurate as possible. In this connection I 
wish to acknowledge the valuable aid in research work 
rendered by Mr. W. A. Chipman (1788), Mr. S. L. Chip- 
man (1959), Mrs. B. W. Gillespie (see 763) and Mrs. 
Margaret T. R^er (see 920). 



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The name Chipman is of English origin, eariy existing 
in various forms such as, — Chipenham, Chippenham, 
Chiepman and Chipnam. The name is to be found quite 
frequently in the books prepared by the Record Commis- 
sion appointed by the British Parliament, and from 1086 
to 1350 it usually appears with the prefix de, as, — de 
Chippenham. 

Several towns in England bear the name in one of its 
forms, for instance: 

Chippenham, Buckingham Co., twenty-two miles from 
London, is "a Liberty in the Parish and Hundred of 
Bumham, forming a part of the ancient demesnes of the 
crown and said to be the site of a palace of the Mercian 
kings.'' 

Chippenham, Cambridge Co., sixty-one miles from 
London, is "a Parish in the Hundred of Staplehou, a dis- 
charged Vicarage in the Archdeaconry of Suffolk and 
Diocese of Norwich." 

Chippenham, Wilts Co., ninety-three miles from London, 
is "a Borough, Market-town and Parish in the Hundred 
of Chippenham and a place of great antiquity. In the 
time of King Alfred it was one of the finest towns in the 
kingdom." 

The earliest public mention of the name, which we find, 
is of Willielmus de Chippenham who was chairman of the 
commissioners in the Hundred of Staplehou, Cambridge 
County, England, and who by the order of \A^iam the 



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Conqueror took an inventory of the extensive estates 
poss^sed by the Monastery of Ely in 1086. The original 
record of that survey is preserved among the Cottonian 
Manuscripts and is marked "Tiberius A. VI." 

From 1086 to 1567 the name appears in the books pre- 
pared by the Record Commission and other works equally 
authentic. 

The Chipman lineage in America is traced from at least 
four of the passengers from England to America in the 
Mayflower. John Howland and his wife Elizabeth Tillie 
(parents of Hope, first wife of John Chipman) having, 
along with her parents John and Elizabeth Tillie, come to 
America in that brave little company. And a little further 
down the line, Prisdlla, wife of Seth Chipman (18) and 
daughter of Maj. John Bradford, was descended from 
Gov. Bradford and her mother was Mercy Warren whose 
ancestor also came to America in the Mayflower. So that 
branch of the Chipman family descended from Seth 
Chipman (18) can trace their descent from six if not eight 
of the Mayflower passengers. 



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The Chipman Arms have in their coloring and other- 
wise enough appearance of antiquity to render it quite 
certain that the picture was made in England. 

The arms are described as follows, — "Ar. a bend betw. 
six estoiles gu. Crest — a leopard sejant ar. murally crown- 
ed;" or less technically,-" Upon a white shield or escutch- 
eon a red shoulder belt between six red stars. Seated 
above the shield a white leopard, on his head a red mural 
crown." This description is given by Messrs. Burke as 
pertaining to the Chipmans once residing in Bristol, 
England. 

Messrs. Burke say,-' 'The crest or cognizance served to 
distinguish the combatants in battle or tournament;" 
and M. Pory says,-" A mural crown was conferred on him 
who first, at an assault, mounted the walls of a besieged 
town and there set up a standard." So then, the Chipman 
to whom was originally awarded this coat of arms was a 
soldier approved and rewarded for his valor. 



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Thomas Chipman was born, probably in White- 
church, near Dorchester, England about 1567; died about 
1623. He owned property in Whitechurch which yielded 
him an income of £50 per annum. In 1775, Thomas 
Chipman of Salisbury, Conn., caused inquiries to be made 
by Silas Dean or Benj. Franklin, colonial agents in England, 
in regard to the estate, and ascertained that it lay as above 
described and that the rental was £500. He was prevent- 
ed from prosecuting his claim by the breaking out of the 
Revolution and its consequences. 

Thomas Chipman married, about 1590, 

who died about 1637. We find mention of but three 
children, — 
1. John. 

Hannor (Hannah?) 
Tumsum (Thomasine?) 



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1. John Qiipman was born, probably at Bryans- 
Piddle, near Dorchester, England, about 1614; died April 
7, 1708. Always brotherless and early left fatherless, 
he sailed from Barnstable, Devon County, England, in 
May 1631, in the ship Friendship, arriving in Boston, 
July 14, 1631. John Chipman was the first and only one 
of the name to seek a home in America, and up to 1850 
there was no Chipman in this country who was not de- 
scended from him. 

On March 2, 1642 he brought a suit against his cousin, 
John Derby, to recover money which he affirmed the said 
John Derby unjustly witheld from him. How this suit 
resulted does not appear. John Chipman was for succes- 
sive years a selectman, then in Plymouth Colony invest- 
ed with the authority of a magistrate, and was often a 
"Deputy to Court;" and he with three assistants was de- 
signated to frequent the early Quaker meetings and 
"endeavor to reduce them from the errors of their wayes. " 
He became on June 30, 1653, as his wife had become Aug. 
7, 1650, a member of the church at Barnstable, Mass., and 
its records state that, "Henry Cobb and John Chipman 
were chosen and ordained to be ruling elders of this same 
church and were solemnly invested with office upon ye 
14th day of April, A. D. 1670." 

In 1646 John Chipman married Hope, second daughter 
of John and Elizabeth (Tillie) Howland, bom in Plymouth, 
Mass., 1629; died 1683. There stands, or lately stood, in 
the ancient burial ground on Lothrop Hill in Barnstable, 
Mass., a headstone denoting where was "interred ye body 
of Mrs. Hope Chipman, wife of Elder John Chipman." 



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In 1684 he married Ruth, youngest daughter of \^lliam 
Sargent, born in Charlestown, Mass., Oct. 25, 1642; died 
in Sandwich, Mass., Oct. 4, 1713. She had previously 
married Jonathan Winslow of Marshfield, and after his 
decease she married, in July 1677, Rev, Richard Bourne 
who died in 1682. 

The will of John Chipman, dated Nov. 12, 1702, proved 
May 17, 1708, mentions his "wife Ruth," the children 
named below and his "grandchildren Mary Gale and 
Jabez Dimock, and his friend Mr. (Rev.) Jonathan Russell 
of Barnstable." 

His children were all by his first marriage and except 
a son and daughter who died in infancy, all survived him 
as follows, — 

2. Samuel, bom April 15, 1661 

3. John, March 3, 1670 

4. Elizabeth, June 24, 1647 

m. Hosea Joyce. 
6. Hope, Aug. 31, 1652 

m. 1st, Jno. Huckins; 2nd, Jonathan Cobb. 

6. Lydia, Dec. 25, 1654 

m. John Sargent of Maiden, Mass. 

7. Hannah, Jan. 14, 1658 

m. 1680, Thomas Huckins. 

8. Ruth, Dec. 31, 1663 

m. 1682, Eleazer Crocker. 

9. Bethia, July 1, 1666 

m. Shubael Dimock. 

10. Mercy. Feb. 6, 1668 

m. 1699, Nathan Skiflf. 

11. Desire, Feb. 26, 1673 

m. 1695, Col. Melatiah Bourne. 



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2. Samuel Chipman, first son of John Chipman (1) 
was bom in Barnstable, Mass., April 15, 1661; died in 
1723. He resided in Barnstable, was often employed in 
its local affairs and was esteemed by its citizens. He 
built, on the paternal homestead near the Custom House 
the "Chipman Tavern" which continued in the line of 
his posterity until 1830. He became a member of the 
church Aug. 16, 1691 and, as the records state, was or- 
dained a deacon Sept. 1, 1706. Said to have been a car- 
penter, he was by record a "yoeman and an innholder." 

On Dec. 27, 1686 he married Sarah, twelfth child of 
Ru. Elder Henry Cobb and his wife Sarah, of Barnstable, 
bom March 10, 1663; died Jan. 8, 1743. Samuel Chip- 
man's will dated Aug. 31, 1722, proved June 17, 1723, 
mentions his wife and the chldren named below. 

Eleven children, — 

12. Thomas, bom Nov. 17, 1687 

13. Samuel, Aug. 6, 1680 

14. John, Feb. 16, 1691 
14a. Abigail, Sept. 16, 1692 

m. 1713, Nathaniel Jackson of Barnstable 

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17. Jacob, Aug. 30, 1695 

18. Seth, Feb. 24, 1697 

19. Hannah, Sept. 24, 1690 

m. Barnabas Lothrop of Barnstable. 

20. Sarah, Nov. 1, 1701 

21. Barnabas, March 24, 1702 



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3. Hon. John Ghipman, second sond of John Chip- 
man (1), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., March 3, 1670; 
died Jan. 4, 1756. In Massachusetts he was a magistrate, 
a member of the General Court, a justice of the Court of 
Common Pleas, 1722. In Rhode Island, where he lived 
after 1727, he was first of the six Associates of that colony 
and with the other Associates, the Governor and Philip 
Cortland and Daniel Horsemanden of the New York 
Council, was a member of the Commissioners of Review 
appointed by royal authority, who met at Norwich, Conn., 
and decided Connecticut'^ course toward the Indians. 

He married, first, Mary, a daughter of Capt. Stephen 
Skiff of Sandwich, bom Nov. 13, 1671; died Mar. 12, 1711; 
second, Elizabeth, widow of Russell and pre- 
viously of Pope and daughter of Thos. Hand- 
ley, died Jan. 29, 1725; third Hannah Hoxie of Rhode 
Island who died Feb. 21, 1747. 

Ten children by first wife, two by second, — 



22. 


John, bom 


1692; d. inf. 


23. 


James, 


Dec. 18. 1694 


24. 


John, 


Sept. 18, 1697 


25. 


Mary, 
m. 1722, Shubael Smith. 


Dec. 11, 1699 


26. 


Bethiah, 
m. 1717, Samuel Smith. 


Dec. 11, 1699 


28. 


Deborah 


Dec. 6, 1704 


27. 


Perez, 


Sept. 28, 1702 


29. 
30. 


Stephen, 1 
Lydia, / 
m. 1722, Zephaniah Swift. 


June 9, 1708 


31. 


Ebenezer, 


Nov. 13, 1709 


32. 


Handley, 


Aug. 31, 1717 


33. 


Rebecca, 
m. Capt. Moor. 


Nov. 10, 1719 



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12. Thomas Chipman, oldest son of Samuel Chip- 
man (2), was born in Barnstable, Mass., Nov. 17, 1687; 
baptised Aug. 30, 1691; died Aug. 5, 1752. He lived in 
Stonington, Conn., and Dec. 27, 1714 became a resident 
of Groton, Conn. In the latter place he was chosen tavern- 
keeper, March 17, 1715; a lister and rate-maker, Dec. 29, 
1716. He bought land of Robert Burrows and of Joseph 
Page, executor of Jos. Saxton of Stonington, by dc«d 
recorded June 3, 1716, a part or all of which land he con- 
veyed to his father June 3, 1717. He was one of the 
early members of the church in Groton. He removed to 
Salisbury in 1741, settling near Lamb's Iron Works, and 
was the proprietor of a saw and grist mill there. His name 
preceeded by that of the pastor-elect appears with nine 
others as a founder of the Salisbury Congregational Church 
organized in 1744. He was the treasurer and a selectman 
of Salisbury in 1744 and the Justice of the Peace first 
commissioned there. On the organization of Litchfield 
County, 1751, he was appointed the first Associate Judge 
of the County Court. 

He married at Stonington, Conn., April 26, 1711, 
Abigail Lothrop, probably either the daughter, bom April 
23, 1689, of John and Mary (Cobb) Lothrop, orthedaughter 
bom Aug. 10 1693, of Samel and Hannah (Crocker) 
Lothrop, both of which were of the prosterity of Rev. 
John Lothrop. 

Ten children, — 

34. Thomas, b<mi June 4, 1712 



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35. AbigaU Dec. 9, 1714; d. inf, 

36. AbigaU, June 27, 1716 

37. Sarah, July 7, 1718 

38. Samuel, March 22, 1721 
30. Barnabas, Feb. 4, 1723 

40. Seth, July 12, 1724 

41. John, about 1726 

42. Amos, about 1727 

43. Jonathan, Oct. 24, 1729 

13. Samuel Chipman, second son of Samuel Chip- 
man (2), was bom Aug. 6, 1689; died 1763. He lived in 
Barnstable, Mass., successor to his father's estate, busi- 
ness and offices. His time and himself are illustrated, 
not only by his wearing garments the buttons on which 
were dollars and smaller coins, but by such exponents of 
wealth and position as a "negro boy" sold to him in 1728 
by the executors of the estate of a late neighbor, and an 
"Indian Squa" assigned to him in 1749 to serve him 
"Three Years and Four Months" because she had stolen 
from him "On the Lords day the ninth of July Currant 
and On last Lords day Six Quarts of Rhum of Value 
Thirteen Shillings and Fou ' Pence." Having joined the 
church about 1720 he was chosen deacon Aug. 19, 1725. 

He married, first, Dec. 8, 1715, Abiah, daughter of John 
Hinkley, Jr., bom March 24, 1696; died July 15, 1736; 
second. May 31, 1739, Mary, widow of Green. 

Samuel Chipman had by has first marriage six sons and 
two daughters, one son by the latter, — 

44. A son, bom d. inf. 

45. Hannah, July 1,1719 

46. Samuel. Nov. 26, 1721 



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47. 


Timothy, 


April 30, 1728 


48. 


Ebenezer, 


Sept. 9.1726 


49. 


John, 


June 30, 1728 


50. 


Mary, 
m. 1749, Samuel Jenkins. 


May 2,1731 


61. 


Nathaniel, 


Jan. 31, 1732 


52. 


Joseph, 


May 26, 1740; died 



14. Rev. John Chipman, third son of Samuel Chip- 
man (2), was born in Barnstable, Feb. 16, 1691; died 
March 23, 1775. He was graduated from Harvard College 
in 1711 and was ordained, E>ec. 28, 1715, as pastor of the 
First Church in the precinct of Salem and Beverly now 
North Beverly, Mass. The Essex Gazette, Vol. H, No. 
59, contains an article which furnishes an illustration of 
Mr. Chipman and his parishioners and the general spirit 
that pervaded New England at that time, 1769. In 
compliance with Mr. Chipman's request the church or- 
dained Rev. Enos Hitchcock pastor-assodate. May 1, 1771. 

John Chipman showed his love for christian doctrine 
and his vigilant care to maintain its purity in a work which 
he and Rev. Samuel Wigglesworth published in 1746. 
The Essex Gazette, Vol. VII, from March 28, to April 4, 
1775 contains an obituary notice of him which is a glow- 
ing tribute to his memory. 

His will is dated July 4, 1769, proved April, 4 1775. 

He married, first, Feb. 12, 1719, Rebecca, daughter of 
Robert Hale, bom Nov. 19, 1701 ; died July 4, 1751; second, 
Nov. 20, 1751, Hannah, daughter of Joseph Warren of 
Roxbury, bom March 31, 1707; died June 24, 1769. 

Fifteen children, all by first marriage, — 



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63. Elizabeth, bora Dec 21, 1710 

m. Ist 1737, Rev. John Warren; 2nd Rev. 
Joseph Swain. 

54. Sarah, Nov. 20, 1721; d. inf. 

66. John, Oct. 23. 1722 

66. Sarah, Nov. 16, 1724 

m. John Leach, Jr., of Salem, Mass. 

67. Samuel, Dec. 11, 1726 

68. Rebecca, July 25, 1728 

m. 1749, Rev. Nehemiah Porter. 

69. Robert, July 30, 1730; died 

60. Henry, June 23, 1732 

61. Byley, April 24, 1734; d. 1752 

62. Robert Hale, March 17, 1736; died 

63. Joseph, Oct. 26, 1738 

64. Mary, Jan. 15, 1742 

m. 1775. Timothy Leach. 

65. Hannah, Dec. 20, 1742 

m. 1772, Miles Ward 3rd. 

66. Abigail, Jan. 11, 1745 

m. 1776, Capt. William Groves. 

67. Benjamin. June 8, 1751 

17. Jacob Ghipman, fifth son of Samuel Chipman (2) 
was born in Barnstable. Mass.. Aug. 30. 1695; died 1741. 
About all that is known of the life of Jacob Chipman is 
gleaned from his will which is dated at Halifax. Mass.. 
Sept. 17. 1740. From this it is learned that he was about 
to join an expedition, against the Spaniards in the West 
Indies, which sailed from Massachusetts in October 1740. 
This expedition, under Commodore Vernon consisted of a 
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forces. The ootonies contributed 3,600 and of these Maasa- 
diiisetts furnished five companies out of whidi only fifty 
men retumd. It was a disasterous expedition; the ydlow 
fever broke out among the sailors and soldieiB and hun- 
dreds died daily. Jacob Chipman's will was probated at 
Pljrmouth, Mass., Nov. 2, 1741, which shows that he 
lost his life in the Spani^ expedition. The will mentions 
his wife Bethiah, two datiglkers by his fiist wife and one 
son and seven daughters by the second wife. 

Jacob Chipman married first, Oct. 25, 1721, Abigail 
Fuller; second, 1725, Bethiah Thcnnas. 

Children, — 

68. Sarah, bom Nov. 23, 1722 

m. 1st, John Chipman (41) ; 2nd, Samud 
Keep. 

69. Abigail, June 26, 1724 

m. 1742, Stephen Cobb. 

70. Lucretia, Oct. 3, 1727 

m. 1747, George Ring. 

71. Lydia, Dec 19, 1728 

Qi. 1746, Ebenezer Fuller. 

72. aW, March 31, 1730 

m. Thomas Cushman. 

73. Bethiah, March 19, 1732 

It {?S1, } "'y "» 

m. 1755, Ezekiel Washburn. 

76. Hannah, March 4, 1735 

77. Mary, July 17, 1738 

m. 1764, Jonathan Porter. 

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was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Feb. 24, 1697; died 1766. 
He was a resident of Kingston, Mass., when that town was 
incorporated in 1726, and for about fifteen years there- 
after his name appears each year among the town officers. 
A cooper, and surveyor of lumber. 

On Sept. 17, 1721 he married Prisdlla, daughter of 
Major John and Mercy (Warren) Bradford, bom March 
10, 1686. 

Four children, — 

78. . bora bap. Aug. 11, 1723 

79. Seth. Nov. 1, 1724 

80. Mercy, Nov. 19, 1725 

m. 1763, Benj. Bradford. 

81. Benjamin, May 23, 1729 

21. Barnabas Chipman, seventh son of Samuel Chip- 
man (2), was born in Bamstable, Mass., March 24, 1702; 
died 1759. He was a mason and lived in Barnstable. 
Was chosen deacon of the ancient Congregational Church 
there May 9, 1753. His will dated Nov. 1, 1758, mentions 
his children Bamabas, Thomas and Elizabeth and his 
wife^Elde." 

He married first Feb. 20, 1727, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Isaac Hamblen; second Oct. 31, 1751, Mary, daughter 
of his cousin John Chipman; third, Sept. 13, 1753, Alice 
Howland of Bamstable. 

Five children by Elizabeth, — 

82. Bamabas, bom Jan. 28, 1728 

83. Joseph, Dec. 22, 1731 

84. Elizabeth, May 12, 1734 

m. 1760, Nathaniel Hinckley of Bamstable 

85. Thomas, March 5, 1735 

86. Hannah, Feb. 20, 1737 



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23. James Ghipman, second son of Hon. John Chip- 
man (3), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., Dec. 18, 1604; 

died . He lived in Stonington, Qmn., where he 

married Oct. 28, 1717, Mary Minor. 

Three children, — 

87. James, bom Aug. 10, 1719 

88. Mary, June 11, 1722 

89. Deborah, July 17, 1724 

24. John Chlpman, third son of Hon. John Chip* 
man (3), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., Sept. 18, 1697; 
died Dec. 30, 1767. His will, dated Dec. 27, 1767, men- 
tions his wife Hannah, sons Benjamin and Stephen and 
daughter Hannah. He married, Sept. 26, 1723, Hannah 
Fessenden of Sandwich. 

90. Mary, bom Dec. 20, 1724 

m. 1761, Barnabas Chipman (21). 

91. Benjamin, Nov. 7, 1726 

92. Bethiah, Dec. 9, 1726 

93. Hannah, 

94. Stephen, Aug. 6, 1734; d 1811 

27. Perez CShipman, fourth son of Hon. John Chip- 
man (3), was born in Sandwich, Mass., Sept. 28, 1702; 
died 1781. He lived in Sussex County, Del., but'is believ- 
ed to have previously lived in some New England State 
for a considerable time. A blacksmith. 

He married Judith Draper and children were bom as 
follows: — 

96. John (or Thomas), 

96. Sarah, 

97. Betsey, 



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M. Kem» 

99. Perez, 

100. Benjamin, 

101. Love, 

102. Draper, 

103. MeUicent, 

104. Mary, 

29. Stephen C!hipinan, fifth son of Hon. John Chip- 
man (3), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., June 9, 1706; 
died at Nevis, W. I. April 27, 1735. He married in Aug. 
1733, Mary, daughter of James Griffin, bom May 18, 1718. 

31. Ebeneser Caiipman, sixth son of Hon. John Chip- 
man (3), was bmti in Sandwich, Mass., Nov. 13, 1709; 
died about 1745. He lived at Dartmouth, Sandwidi, 
Barnstable and Eastham, Mass. Married at Dartmouth 
Dec. 3, 1730, Mary Adams who married second, April 
29, 1755, John Gage of Harwich. 

Six children, — 

105. William, bom May.6, 1731 

106. Samuel, 

107. John 

108. Ebenezer, Nov. 8, 1738 

109. Perez, 

110. Stephen, 

32. Handley Ghipman, seventh son of Hon. John 
Chipman (3), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., Aug. 31, 
1717; died May 27, 1799. He Uved in Newport, R I. 
until shortly after 1761 and thereafter in Comwallis, N. 
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R. I. General Assembly. In Corawallis N. S. he was a 
justtoe of the peace and judge of probate, holding the 
latter office until his death. 

He married first April 24, 1740, Jane, daughter of Col. 
Jonathan and Margaret (Homes) Allen of Martha's 
Vineyard, bmti Aug. 28, 1722; died April 5, 1775; second 
Dec 14, 1775, Nancy, daughter of Stephen Post, bcun 1755. 

Eleven children by first marriage» five by second, — 

111. ^^beth.} Feb. 19. 1741 died 

m. 1760, William Dexter of Providence. 

112. Margaret, July 17, 1743 

m. 1760, Richard Baom of Ptovidence. 

113. John, Dec 18, 1744 

114. Catharine, Nov. 11, 1746 

m. 1764, Maj. Jchn Beckwith of Com- 
wallis, N. S. 

115. A daughter, died 

116. Handley, Oct. 9, 1748; died 

117. Rebecca, Nov. 21, 1750 

m. 1767, Samud Beckwith of Com- 
wallis, N. S. 

118. Thomas Handley, Jan. 17, 1756 

119. WiUiam Allen, Nov. 8, 1757 

120. Anthony, 1759 

121. Nancy, Oct. 6,1776 

m. May, 1793, Capt. Abner Morse, of 
Annapolis, N. S. 

122. Homes, Jan. 17, 1777 

123. Zachariah, Mar. 20, 1779 

124. Major, Dec. 4, 1780 

125. Stephen, June 28, 1784 



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34. Thomas Oiipinan, oldest son of Thomas Chip- 
man (12), was born in Stonington, Conn., June 4, 1712; 
died about 1803. He was a leading citizen of Salisbury, 
Conn., where he conducted a forge and furnace and in 
1757 he was a member of the Assembly of Connecticut. 
He was in 1761 one of the grantees of Cornwall, Vermont. 
He married, April 28, 1768, Mary Sabin of Salisbury, 
Conn. No children. 

38. Samuel Ghlpman, second son of Thomas Chip- 
man (12) was bom in Groton, Conn., March 22, 1721; 
died about 1812. For about thirty years he lived at 
Salisbury, Conn., and then about 1771 moved to Tin- 
mouth, Vt. A very industrious farmer and blacksmith. 
He married first Jan. 23, 1749, Hannah, daughter of Dr. 
Nathaniel Austin of Suffield, Conn., bom June 5, 1725; 
second ; a widow. 

Eight children by first wife, — 



126. 


Samuel, 


born 


Oct. 8, 1750; died 


127. 


Nathaniel, 




Nov. 27, 1762 


128. 


Lemuel, 




July 26, 1754 


129. 


Darius, 




Aug. 17, 1756 


130. 


Hannah, 




Oct. 28, 1768 




m. Job Spofford of Timouth, Vt. 


131. 


Cyrus, 




Dec. 3,1761 


132. 


Samuel, 




Dec. 10, 1763 


133. 


Daniel, 




Oct. 22, 1765 



41 John Ghipman, fifth son of Thomas Chipman 



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(12) was bom in Groton, Conn., about 1726; died Sept. 3, 
1754. A farmer in Salisbury, Conn. He married in 1744 
his cousin Sarah Chipman (68). 
Five children, — 

134. John. bom Oct. 12, 1746 

135. A son, died 

136. AbigaU, July 20, 1749 

m. Gamaliel Painter of Salisbury, Conn. 

137. Mary, April 17, 1752 

m. Aaron Swetland. 

138. Thomas, 1754 

42. Amos Chipman, sixth son of Thomas Chipman 
(12) was bom in Groton, Conn., about 1727; died after 
1764. He lived in Salisbury, Conn., until after the birth 
of all of his children and then moved to Sunderland, Vt., 
of which town he was one of the earliest settlers. 

He married first Oct. 18, 1749, Sarah Daggett of Lebanon, 

Conn.; second widow of 

Boardman. 

Seven children by first wife, — 

139. Sarah, born Aug. 23, 1750 

m. Agur Hawley; 2nd Diedrick Kroner. 

140. Amos, Dec. 21, 1751 

141. Eunice, April 8. 1753 

m. Col. Warren. 

142. Jesse, Feb. 28, 1755 

143. Abigail, May, 4, 1757 

m. 1774 Simeon Lyman; 2nd, April 10, 
1777, Solomon Squier. 

144. Bamabas Lathrop, Nov. 5, 1762 

145. Ammi, about 1764 



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43. Jonathan Oiipman, seventh son of Thomas 
Chipman (12), was born in Groton, Conn., Oct. 24, 1729; 
died 1819-20. He lived in Salisbury, Conn., until after 
the birth of all his children when be became one of the 
earliest settlers Middlebury, Vt. Swift's History of Mid- 
dlebury (1859), page 169, says: "Jonathan Chipman 
the same year, (1774) commenced a clearing on the 
second hundred acre lot on the right of his brother Thomas 
Chipman. This lot lies northeast of Col. Chipman's {utdi, 
and is the same afterwards owned and occupied by Free- 
dom Loomis. Thomas Chipman, the original proprietor, 
soon after the date of the charter, and before the first 
meeting of the proprietors, deeded his whole right to his 
younger brother Johathan Chipman, who attended the 
meetings and acted as proprietor." 

(Page 190) ''Jonathan Chipman continued on the 
farm on which he first settled until January, 1790, when 
he sold it to Col. (John 134) Chipman and left town." 

He was afterward a resident of Essex, Vt. where he died. 

On Oct. 5, 1756 he married Catherine Reed of Stam- 
ford, Conn. Ten children. — 

146. Jonathan, bom 

147. Daniel, 

148. Joseph, 

149. Catharine, 

150. Thomas, 

151. Abigail, 

152. Stephen, 

153. Thomas, 
154 Mary 

m. 1792, Chauncy Thrall of Rutland, Vt. 
165. Eunice, bap. Feb. 28, 1774 



Oct. 


12. 


1767 




Sept. 


10. 


1759; 


died 


Aug. 


5. 


1761 




Dec. 


16. 


1763; 


d'90 


April 12, 


1766; 


died 


Sept. 


19. 


1767 
1769 




Feb. 


18. 


1771 




March 2. 


1773 





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46. Samuel Ghipman, second son of Samud Chip- 
man (13), was born in Barnstable, MaW., Nov. 25, 1721; 
died April 17, 1791. A currier, living in Grotton, Conn. 
He married in 1746 Ruth Baker of Groton, Conn., bom 1730. 

Twelve children, — 

156. Thomas, bom about 1747 

157. Hannah, 1749 

m. Joseph Taylor of Groton, Conn. 



168. 


vrauam. 


1762 


159. 


Christopher, 


1764 


160. 


Samuel, 


1766 


161. 


Elisha. 


1768 ;d 1781 


162. 


Ruth 


1760; d 1833 


163. 


Abby, 
m. Joseph Burroughs of Groton. 


1764 


164. 


Catharine, 


1769 


166. 


Charles, 


1771 


166. 


Ann, 


1773 ;d 1791 


167. 


John, 


1776: d 1790 



47. Timothy C!hipmaii, third son of Samuel Chip- 
man (13), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., April 30, 1723; 
died Aug. 24, 1770. He lived in Barnstable and succeeded 
to his father's position and estate. A yoeman and inn- 
holder. He married, Jan. 23, 1752, Elizabeth Bassett of 
Sandwich, Mass., bom Feb. 15, 1725. 

Eight children, — 

168. Abigail, bom Dec. 9, 1752; d 1757 

169. Samuel, May 8, 1754; d 1776 

170. Mary Nov. 1, 1755; d 1792 

171. Abigail, Jan. 31, 1758; d 1759 

172. William, Feb. 4, 1760 



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173. John* June 24, 1702 

174. Timothy, May 6, 1764 

176. Elizabeth. Jan. 27. 1767; d 1768 

48. Ebenezer Ghipman, fourth son of Samuel Chip- 
man (13) was born in Barnstable, Mass.. Sept. 9. 17%; 
died Feb. 22, 1805. He lived in that part of Middletown. 
now Portland, Conn. A farmer. He married, in 1750, 
Mehetabel, daughter of John >A^lcox of Middletown, 
bom Oct. 21, 1730. 

Eleven children, — 

176. Ebenezer, bom June 10, 1751 

A soldier, died while confined in a 
British prison ship in N. Y. City, Aug. 
14, 1777. 

177. Patience, Aug. 10, 1753 

m. Joseph Washburn of Middletown, Conn. 

178. Joseph, July 18, 1755; died 

179. John, April 9, 1757 

A soldier, died while confined in a 
British prison ship in N. Y. City, Aug. 
9, 1777. 

180. Ruth. May 9, 1759; died 

181. Anna July 14, 1761 

m. David Lathrop. 

182. Joseph, Feb. 29, 1764 

183. Barnabas, July 9. 1766 

184. Ruth. Jan. 4. 1768 

m. Charles Chruchill of Portland, Conn. 

185. Persis, Jan. 22. 1770 

m. Asahel McKee of Portland, Conn. 

186. Samuel, March 7, 1772 



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49. John Chipman, fifth son of Samuel Chipman (13) 
was bom in Barnstable, Mass., June 30, 1728; died after 
1764. He lived for a time in Middletown and afterward 
in Stratford, Conn. A farmer and tavern-keeper. He 
married Nov. 9, 1752, Anna Mattocks of Middletown, 
Conn. 

Three children, — 

187. John, bom about 1755 

188. Samuel, 

died a soldier in the Revolution. 

189. Joseph, about 1758 

51. Nathaniel Chipman, sixth son of Samuel Chip- 
man (13), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Jan. 31, 1732; 
died 1763. He lived in Middletown, Conn. He joined 
the Provincial Troops embracing one regiment from 
Connecticut which formed a part of the land forces under 
Lord Albemarle sent to cooperate with a naval force 
under Admiral Pocock for the reduction of Havana 1762-8, 
and in that expedition died of climatic disease. 

He married . 

Two children, — 

190. Timothy, bom about 1758 

191. Hannah, 1760 

55. John Chipman, oldest son of Rev. John Chip- 
man (14), was bom in Beverly, Mass., Oct. 23, 1722; died 
July 1, 1768. He was graduated from Harvard College 
in 1738 and admitted to the practice of law which at 
the time of his death embraced only about twenty-five 
barristers in Massachusetts Province, which then includ- 
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sion a higher conception of its scope and application, and 
abilities of a rare order his services were appreciated and 
sought for in distant localities. While arguing a cause 
before the Superior Court of Judicature at Falmouth (now 
Portland) Maine he was suddenly seized with apoplexy 
from which he died. 

In July 1744 he married at Cambridge, Mass., Elizabeth, 
daughter of Rev. John Brown and his wife Joanna(Cotton). 

Twelve children, — 

192. John, bom July 30, 1745; died 

193. Nathaniel, 1747; died 

194. Abigail, Jan. 27, 1749 

m. 1769, Capt. Peter Bubier of Marble- 
head, Mass. 

195. John, bap. Jan. 28, 1750; died 

196. Rebecca, Oct. 16, 1752 

m. 1773, Capt. \^miiam Bladder of 
Marblehead, Mass. 

197. Ward, July 30, 1754 

198. Elizabeth, June 9,1756 

m. March 28, 1782, Hon. William Gray 
of Salem, Mass. In his day the largest 
ship owner in the U. S. 

199. Nathaniel, May 1758 ; died 

m. ^ } bap;Aug.26,i76.,dM 

202. Joanna, bap. July 5, 1761 

m. 1790, Capt. \A^liam Ward of Salem, 
Mass. 

203. John, Aug. 7,1763 

died in his senior year at Harvard 



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57. Samuel Ghipman, second son of Rev. John Chip- 
man (14), was born in Beverly, Mass., Dec. 11, 1726; 
died Sept. 19, 1761. He lived first at Ipswich then at 
Salem, Mass. A shipmaster. He died at St. Martins 
Island, W. I. He married, 1744, Anstice, duaghter of 
Capt. Richard Manning of Ipswich, bom Oct. 23, 1725; 
died April 25, 1789. 

Nine children, — 

204. John, bom Aug. 9, 1746 

205. Richard, Oct. 20, 1748 

Impressed into the British navy he 
died at the British Naval Hospital, 
Greenwich, England. 

206. Thomas, bap. Jan. 27, 1750; died 

207. Anstice, bap. Nov. 17, 1754 

m. first, 1772, Joshua Richardson of 
Salem, Mass.; second, 1777, Thomas 
Manning of Salem, Mass. 

208. Thomas, Nov. 18, 1756 

209. Rebecca, bap. Sept. 3, 1758 

m. 1776, Capt. Stephen Egen of the 
British Army. 

210. Margaret, \ . o itah d 1772 

211. ElizTbeth, ; J""^ 3' ^^6^' d 1844 

212. Samuel, 1761 ; d unm. 

M. Henry Oiipmaii, fourth son of Rev. John Chip- 
man (14), was bom in Beverly, Mass., June 23, 1732; 
died before 1800. He lived in Newburyport. A tinner. 
He married, Feb. 5, 1775, Mary, daughter of Samuel Carr 
and widow of Zechariah Nowell of Newburyport. 

Five children, — 



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213 Elizabetk, bom June 11. 1750; died 

214. Rebecca. May 13, ITSSsd 

21& Elizabeth Canr» Dec. 9.1760 

m. 1783, Jonathan Stickney. 
21& Paulina. June 11. 1761; died 

217. PauUna, Dec. 7.1768 

m. 1794. Michael Morrison. 

63. Joseph Oiipinan, seventh son of Rev. John Chip- 
man (14), was bom in Beverly, Mass.. Oct 26. 1788; 
died May 9. 1817. He lived in Salem, where he success- 
fully conducted an esctensive business as pumpmaker and 
blockmaker for over thirty years. In 1792 he moved to 
Beverly occupying his father's estate. He married first, 
Jan. 2. 1803, Elizabeth Obear of Beverly; second. Feb. 7, 
1809. Elizabeth Fowler of Beverly. 

Two children by second marriage. — 

218. John Hale, bom May 11. 1811 

219. Eliza Maria. March 9. 1813 

67. Benjamin Oiipman, eighth son of Rev. Jchn 
Chipman (14), was born in Beverly. Mass.. June 8, 1761; 
died April, 1783. He lived in Salem, Mass. A ship- 
master. He was captured, Dec. 27, 1777. on the privateer 
schooner Warren, of Salem, and committed on June 4, 
1778 to the Mill Prison in England from which he escaped 
and retumed home. He married about 1779, Anna, 
daughter of Jonathan Porter, who married second John 
Dike of Beverly 

Two children. — 

220. Benjamin. bora died 

221. Anna (or Nancy), Aug. 13. 1788 



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74. Jacob GhlpOMtfi, too ol Jacob diipniaa (17), 
WM born in Halifax* Maas., May, 1733; died Dec 9, 1777. 
A resident of Halifax. He manried. May, 1760^ Amm 
Waterman. 
Seven diildren, — 

222. Hannah, bom May 17, 1761 

m. 1780, Richard Bosworth of Halifax. 

233. Content, May 15, 1763 

m 1808, EUia Holmes of Halifax. 
224 Lucy, Sept. 7,1764 

m. Capt. >^^lliam Ripley of Plympton, 
Mass. 
226. Lydia, Jan. 11. 1767 

m. Col. Nathan Fairbanks of Winthrop, Me. 

226. Jacob, March 27, 1769 

227. Joseph, June 8,1771 

228. George, June 24, 1776 

79. Seth Ghipman, oldest son of Seth Chipman (18), 
was bmti in Kingston, Mass., Nov. 1, 1724; died 1766. 
A shipmaster. He died at sea in charge of a vessel. 

He married, Dec. 3, 1746, Sarah, daughter of William 
Ripley of Plympton, Mass., bom Jan. 2, 1728. 

Two children, — 

229. Sarah, bom May 6, 1764 

m. Oliver Bradford of Plympton, Mass., a 
descendant of Gov. Wm. Bndford. 

230. Mercy, June 29, 1766 

m. Philemon Fuller of Plympton, Mass. 

81* Benjamin Ghipmant second son of Seth Chip- 
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died May* 1787. In 1774 he removed from Kingston and, 
landing at North Yarmouth, Me., proceeded to New 
Gloucester whidi was as far inland as any civilized people 
lived. In April 1779 he took up a daim in the southern 
part of Bakerstown (now Poland), Maine, and was the 
first settler at South Poland and one of the pioneer settlers 
of the town. 

On May 9, 1761, he married Hannah Wadsworth, 
bom 1728; died Dec. 1821, a sister of Capt. Benjamin 
Wadsworth of Duxbury, Mass., and a cousin of Gen. 
Pdeg Wadsworth. 

Ten children, — 

231. Benjamin, bom Feb. 4, 1762 

232. Margaret, June 16, 1756 

m. first 1776, Jacob Hanunond of New 
Gloucester, Me.; second 1780, \^^Uiam 
Allen of New Gloucester, Me. 

233. Sarah, Dec. 3,1759 

m. Jabez Tme. 

234. Prisdlla, July 25, 1761 

m. Luther Peterson of Duxbury, Mass. 

235. Lydia, March 20, 1763 

236. William, Aug. 14, 1764 

^ P^'l Feb. 1766 died 

238. Luna, / 

m. Reuben Delano of Duxbury, Mass. 

239. Hannah, July 25, 1769 

m. first, John T. Merrill of New Glou- 
cester, Me.; second, Joshua Berry of 
Poland and Gorham, Me. 
Ma Daniel, July 9,1771 



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83. Barnabas Oiipiiian, oldest son of Barnabas Chip- 
man (21), was bmti in Barnstable, Mass., Jan. 28, 17^; 
died Dec. 23, 1793. He lived in Barnstable. 

Married (intention pub. at Sandwidi, Feb. 9, 1750), 
Mary Blackwell of Sandwich, Mass., bom Sept. 15, 1730: 
died Jan. 26, 1780. 

Five children, — 

241. Martha, born Sept. 15, 1752 

m. 1774, Freeman Norton of Chilmark, 
Mass. 

242. Elizabeth, Feb. 8, 1755 

m. Nathaniel Nye of San'dwkh, Mass. 

243. Joseph, May 14, 1758 

244. Hannah, June 4, 1760 

m. 1778, James Gardner of Nantucket. 

245. Barnabas, Nov. 20, 1763 

d. a^ sea aged 22 unmarried. 

85. Thomas C!liipman» third son of Barnabas Chip- 
man (21), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., March 5, 1735; 
died July 6, 1792. He resided in Barnstable, Mass., until 
after the birth of his three oldest children when he re- 
moved to Sheffield, Mass., and in 1789 to Shoreham, Vt. 
He married May, 7, 1760, Bethiiah Fuller, of Colchesjter, 
Confn., w1k> married second Abda Dolph of Fort Ann, N. Y. 

Fifteen children, — 

246. Timothy Fuller, bom Feb. 1.1761 

247. Isaac, Sept. 12, 1762 

248. Rebecca, Jan. 26, 1764; d 1786 

249. Daniel, May 24, 1765 
350. Joanna, Jan. 23, 1767 

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tfl. BitfMibM» Kov. 16. 1768 

SS2. Alvaa, Dec. 13, 1770 

died Nov. 25, 1786 by the accideiital 

discharge of his gun. 
S58. Ruaed, April 29, 1773 

264. Hannah, Dec. 30, 1773 

m. Caleb Cooper of Shoreham, Vt. 
266. Sena, (or Aasenath), Sept. 7, 1776 

m. Abel Case of Middlebury, Vt. 

266. Elizabeth, March 26, 1777 

m. first, David Cooper of Shoreham; 
second, John Tillotson of Middlebury, 
Vt. 

267. Thomas, Jan. 20, 1779 

268. Joseph, Sept. 26, 1780; d 1784 

269. Ansel, June 9, 1783; d 1786 
260. Mary, April 21, 1787 

m. Geo. Dolph of Fort Ann, N. Y. 

91. Benjamin CEhipman, oldest son of John Chip- 
man (24), was born in Sandwich, Mass., Nov. 7, 1726; 
died March 17, 1811. Resided in Sandwich, Mass. 

He married May 26, 1764, Mrs. Betty Freeman who 
died Nov. 1823 aged ninety-four years. 
Nine children, — 

born May 25, 1755; d 1769 

Jan. 8, 1767; died 

April 1769; d 1797 
May 16, 1761 
July 16, 1763 
Jan. 23, 1766; d 1786 
May 6, 1778 



261. 


Mary, 


262. 


Abigail, 


263. 


Mary, 


261. 


John, 


265. 


Hadsdl, 


266. 


Hannah, 


267. 


Benjamin, 



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268. Stephen Skiff, Jan. 0, 1771 

269. Jonadian, bap. 1774 

95. John Chlpmaiit ton of Perez Chipman (27), was 

bofii . He lived in Delaware. Married. 

Th ee children, — 

270. Thomas, bom d. unmarried 

271. James, d. unmarried 

a merchant in Dover, Del., and Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

272. John, about 1765 

99. Perez Chipman, son of Perez Chipman (27), was 

bom ; died March 13, 1801. He lived, from 

1749 to about the close of the Revolutionary War, in Cam- 
den, Del., and then moved to Deep River, N. C. While 
the British army had control of Delaware, a party of their 
soldiers came to get from him what plunder they could, 
but, from respect for the non-combative principles in- 
dicated by his coat, agreed to divide the bacon in his 
meat-house equally with him. He looked on quitely until 
the division was made, then his manhood rising to energy 
he "pitched them all out of doors with his own hands." 
A "fuller" or clothier. He married, Oct. 3, 1751, Margaret 
Manlove, who died Feb. 23, 1803. 

Six children, — 

273. Eunice, born June 20, 1762; d inf. 

274. Harriet, Nov. 11. 1753 

m. 1772, Wm. Homey of Caroline, Md. 
176. Mary, July 27, 1756 

m. 1774, John Homey of Caroline, Md. 
276. Deborah, Dec. 31, 1768; d 1783 



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277. John, March 24, 1761 

278. Paris, Sept. 11, 1763 

IM. Benjamin CEhipman, son of Perez Chipman (27), 

was born ; died 1772. He lived in Kent 

County, Del. Married Mary . 

Three children, — 

279. Susan, bom 

m. 1st, Catrop Libby ; 2nd, Samuel Moore. 

280. Stephen, 

281. Benjamui, June 3, 1760 

103. Draper Cihipnian, son of Perez Chipman (27), 

was borti ; died about 1810. About the 

close of the Revolution he moved to Bath County, Ky. 
He married first, Sarah Prichett of Delaware; second 



Seven children by first marriage. 


two by second*— 


282. 


Paris, 


bom 




283. 


Draper, 






284. 


Sarah, 






285. 


Mary, 






286, 


Martha, 






287. 


Samuel D., 






288. 


Margaret, 






289. 


Joseph, 








lived, 1859, 


at Pleasant Ridge, Ky. 


290. 


Benjamin, 







105. William Ghipmant oldest son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (31), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., May 6, 1731; 
died March 18, 1795. He lived in Eastham and Wdl- 
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a prominent citizen and a deacon in the Cong. Church. 
A carpenter. 

He married first, Jan. 25, 1753, Martha daughter of 
John Treat of Eastham, Mass.; second, March 3, 1772, 
Betsy Mayo, a descendant of Rev. John Mayo. 

Four children by each marriage, — 



291. 


Mercy, born March 30, 1764 




tn. Capt. John Rich. 


292. 


Mary, Sept. 1, 1756 


293. 


William, Dec. 3,1767 


294. 


John, July 17, 1769 


295. 


Samuel Mayo, July 28, 1773 


296. 


David, Oct. 20, 1776 


297. 


Martha, Dec. 20. 1778 




m. 1796, Moses Hinckley of WeUBeet, 




Mass. 


298. 


Ebenezer, June 30, 1781 



108. Ebenezer Ghipmaiit fourth son of Ebenezer 
Chipman (31), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Nov. 8, 
1738; died May 1786. He Uved in Hardwick and Hutchin- 
son, afterward named Barre, Mass. In Barre, he was a 
selectman and held other responsible positions. A black- 
smith. He married, 1761, Susanna, daughter of Capt. 
Benj. Ruggles of Hardwick. 



Seven children, — 






299. John, 


bom 


Oct. 6,1762 


300. Elizabeth, 




March 26. 1766; died 


301. Ebenezer, 




April 19, 1770 


302. Stephen, 




April 5,1772 


303. Perez, 




March 23, 1774 


304. James, 




died 



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106. Sutanna, 1781 

m. Seth Goodspeed of Montgomery* Vt. 

IM. Pwes Ghlpiiian, fifth son of Ebenezer Chipman 

(31), was bom in Eastham, Mass., ; died 1770. 

He Ived in Wellfleet, Maaa. A mariner. He married 
1766, Tabitha, daughter of Sylvanus Snow, who married 
second, 1771, Isaiah Holbrook. 

Three children, — 

306. Israel, bom 1766 

307. Stephen. July 17, 1767 

308. Mehetable, 1770 

m. 1798, Herman Smith of Eastman, Mass. 

110. Stephen Chlpmaii, sbcth son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (31), was bom in Eastham, Mass., ; died 

. He was taken prisoner during the Revolutionary 

War and carried to England. He married in Ireland and 
never returned to this country. 

113. John Chipman, second son of Handley Chip- 
man (32), was bom in Newport, R. I., Dec. 18, 1744; 
died April 29, 1836. About 1764 he removed to Com- 
wallis, N. S. He was a member of the House of Assembly, 
1777-84, a justice of the peace, a judge of the Inferior 
Court; intelligent, upright and highly respected. In 1769 
he married Eunice, daughter of Col. Chalres Dixon of 
Cumberland, N. S., formerly of Hampden County, Mass. 

Fifteen children, — 

309. John Hancock, bom May 9, 1770 

310. Charles, July 9 ,1772 

311. George, April 23, 1774 



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312. Efizabeth, June 18» 1776; (Bed 

313. Efinbetli, May 30, 1776 

m. Sherman Burbridge of CornwaUi8» 

314. Eunice, Aug. 9, 1777; died 
315 Eunice, June 30, 1778 

m. Hon. David Whidden of Cornwallis.N. S. 

316. Allen, March 26, 1780 

317. Daniel, April 21, 1782 

318. Lavina, Nov. 23, 1783; died 

319. Jane, March 19, 1786 

m. Maj. Timothy Barnaby of Comwallis. 

320. WiUiam, Dec. 9, 1786 

died 1854, unmarried. 

321. Jared Ingersoll, May 22, 1788 

322. OUvia, March 8,1790 

m. John Wade of Annappolis, N. S. 

323. Catharine, 1792 

m. Dr. Pike of Windsor, N. S. 

118. Rev« Thomas Handley Chipman, fourth son 
of Handley Chipman (32), was bom in Newport, R. I., 
Jan. 17, 1756; died Oct. 11, 1830. He lived at Annapolis, 
N. S., and was pastor of the First Baptist Church there. 

He married, first, Sept., 1776, Mary, only daughter 
of John Huston of Cwnwallis, N. S.; second, Oct. 1786, 
Jane Harding of Boston, Mass.; third Sept. 14, 1820 
Mary Briggs of Portland, Me.; fourth, Mary Dunn. 

Four diHdren by first marricige, six by second, — 

824. Jane, bom Oct. 20, 1777 

m. 1789, John Morse of Annapolis, N. 
S., and they had 3 sons and 5 daughters. 



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325. Margaret, Sept. 8* 1779 

m. 1822, George Troop of Annapolis. 
826. John Huston, June 12, 1781 

327. Ann, May 6, 1784 

m. 1801, Daniel Lovett of Annapolis, 
N. S. and Beverly, Mass. 

328. Thomas Harding, Oct. 19, 1788 

329. Helen, March 17, 1791 

m. 1814, ^A^lliam Randall of Annapolis, 
N.S. 

330. Mary, June 1793 

m. 1815, George Fitch of Wilmot, N. S. 

331. Joseph Wheelock, Jan. 1795 

332. Eliza, Oct. 1800 

m. 1822, John Quirk of Annapolis, N. S. 

333. Samuel Lord, Nov. 29, 1804 

119. William Allen CEhipman, fifth son of Handley 
Chipman (32), was bom in Newport, R. I., Nov. 8, 1767; 
died Dec. 28, 1846. He lived in Comwallis, N. S., and 
was 1799-1826 a member of the House of Assembly, a 
judge of the Inferior Court and held other positions of 
trust. A farmer and merchant, and a very keen business 
man, he accumulated considerable wealth. On Nov. 20, 
1777, he married Ann, daughter of Samuel Osbom of St. 
John, N. B. 

Six children, — 



334. 


Rebecca, bom 
m. 1795, John Baraaby. 


June 28, 1779 


335. 


William. 


Nov. 29, 1781 


336. 


Handley, 


July 26. 1784 



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337. Sarah, Aug. 10, 1788 

ni. Sept. 1805, James R. Lovett of Round 
HUl, N. S. 

338. Samuel, Oct. 18, 1790 

339. Ann, Dec. 16, 1795 

m. 1815, Thomas Lovett of Annapolis, 
N. S. 

We find a grandson of Handley Chipman (32), — 

340. Jacob 

Probably he was adopted by some of his 
relatives while very young and his true 
connection in this lineage thus confused. 

120. Anthony Ghlpmant sixth son of Handley Chip- 
man (32), was bom in Newport, R. I., about 1759; died 
after 1790. He was impressed into the British Navy 
from which he deserted at Halifax, N. S., and went to 
Gloucester, Mass., where he resided. He was for a time a 
soldier in the Continental Army, under Col. Tucker, 
A mariner. In 1783 he married Anna Lurvey who married 
second Samuel Wonson. 

Two children, — 

341. Anthony, bom July 16, 1786 

342. James, Aug. 12, 1788; unm. 

122. Homes CEhipman, seventh son of Handley Chip- 
man (32), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., Jan. 17, 1777; 
died Feb. 28, 1844. He lived in Comwallis and was highly 
esteemed by his townsmen. A quartermaster in the militia 
and president of an agricultural society. On Nov. 10» 



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1798 he married Elizabeth, daughter of Israel Aadrewi of 
Windsor. N. S., bora 1777. 
Eleven Children, — 

mS!^'} ^ D«..7«:d-.. 

345. William Handley, Feb. 10, 1801 

346. James Andrews, Dec. 25, 1802; d at 10 

347. Winkworth Allen, Nov. 10, 1804 

348. Eliza Ann, July 13, 1807 

m. 1827, Rev. William Chipman (335) 

349. Noble, Feb. 1810; died 
360. John Andrews, May 18, 1812 

351. Zachariah, April 18, 1814 

352. Sarah Manning, April, 22, 1816; died 

353. Harriet NeweU, April 19, 1819 

m. 1847, Thomas A. Harris of Com- 
wallis, N. S. 



123. Zachariah Chipman, eighth son of Handley 
Chipman (32), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., March 
20, 1779, died July 1, 1860. He was a tanner, fiving at 
Annapolis from 1793 to 1807 and after that in Yarmouth, 
N. S. Accurate, punctual, wise, staid in manner and kind 
in heart; well educated, though favored with but Ittde 
aid from schools; his characteristics were in many respects 
emblematic of the sturdy Pilgrims from whom he descend- 
ed. He prepared a "Sketch-History" which was an ac- 
count of his father's descendants in Nova Scotia. In 
1797 he became a member of the church of which has 
brother was pastor. 

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JameB and Mary Brovra aad widow of Joaeph Shaw, 
bora Oct. 19, 1774; died Sept. 22, 1853. 

Six children, — 

354. Bethiah, bom Dec. 10, 1801 

m. 1828, John C. Wilson of WUmot, N. S. 

356. Thomas Dane, July 27, 1803 

356. Homes, Dec. 10, 1804 

357. Abigafl, May 3, 1806 

m. 1825, Capt. Jacob Flint of Yarmouth, N. S. 

358. Zachariah, May 17, 1813; died 

359. Nancy Jane, April 25, 1816 

m. 1839, Capt. Obed McKenney of 
Yarmouth. 

124. Major Ghipmaiit ninth son of Handley Chip- 
man (32), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., Dec. 4, 1780; 
died 1871. He lived in Annapolis, N. S., and was a magis- 
trate and a deacon in the Baptist Church; afterward 
residing in Lawrencetown, and was a Master in Chancery 
and Commissioner of Insolvency. On Nov. 25, 1802, 
he married Eliza, daughter of Dea. William Bishop, bom 
Aug. 12, 1781. 



Foiur children, — 




360. Samud Bishop born 


Aug. 2. 1803 


361. Nancy, 


March 2, 1805; died 


362. Edward, 


Nov. 2, 1807; d 1822 


363. Lavinia, 


Feb. 2. 1811 



m. William Morse of Annapolis, N. S. 

125. Stephen CEhipmaiit tenth son of Handley Chip- 
man (32), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., June 28, 1784; 



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died May 5, 1849. Was town derk in Annapolis* N. S. 
Married first, Aug. 5, 1804, Nancy Tupper; second, Oct. 
13, 1847, Jane Tupper. 
Three children by first marriage, one by second, — 

364. Minor, bom Dec. 9, 1805; d 1826 

365. Maria, Feb. 15, 1807; d 1824 

366. Alfred, Aug. 9, 1809; d 1831 

367. Nancy Maria, July 24, 1848 



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127. Nathaniel Ghlpman LL. D.^ second son of Sam- 
uel Chipman (38), was born in Salisbtiry, Conn., Nov. 
27, 1752; died Feb. 15, 1843. He was graduated from 
Yale College in 1777 and on April 4th of the same year 
was made Second Lieutenant in the company conmianded 
by Capt. David Parsons. He was in the Camp at Valley 
Forge, 1777-8, and at the battle of Monmouth, N. J., 
June 1778. Admitted to the Bar in Litchfield County, 
Conn., in March 1779, after only about 6 months study, 
he b^an the practice of law the following month at Tin- 
mouth, then the shire town of Rutland County, Vermont, 
and at once became prominent. In October 1789 he was 
elected Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Vermont 
and continued in that office until Oct. 1791 when he was 
appoi/ited Judge of the U. S. Supreme Court for the 
(district of Vermont. He was a representative to the State 
L^islature 1784, 1785, 1805-10 and States Attorney for 
Rutland 1781-4. In 1793 he published a work entitled 
"Sketches of the Principles of Government" and a small 
volume entitled, "Reports and Dii^rtations." Soon after 
this he resigned the office of District Judge and returned 
to his practice at the bar, in which he continued until 
1796 when he was again elected Chief Justice of the Su- 
preme Court. In 1797 he was elected U. S. Senator for 
a term of aix years beginning March 4, 1798. In 1816 he 
was appointed professor of law in Middlebury College and 
in 1833 he published a work entitled, "Principles of Gov- 
ernment/' Through his correspondence and influence 
with Alexaoder Hamilton, 1778, the way was prepared 



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for the settlement of a long controversy, regarding terri- 
tory, between Vermont and New York. He was through 
life a profound student of Hebrew, Latin and Greek. 
A ''Life of Nathaniel Chipman,*' by his brother Danid 
Chipman LL. D., was published in 1846. 

On Sept. 13, 1781, he married Sarah Hill of Tinmouth, 
Vt., born March 20, 1762. 



Nine children, — 










368. 


Laura, 


born 


July 30, 


1782 






m. Dr. 


John Brownson 


of Gainsville, 1 


N. Y 


369. 


Henry, 




July 26, 


1784 




370. 


Clara, 




June 25, 


1787; 


died 


371. 


Jeffrey, 




Aug. 8, 


1789 




372. 


Edwin, 




July 27, 


1792 




373. 


Cassius, 




April 12, 


1797 




374. 


Evelina, 




July 3, 


1799 




375. 


Oscar, 




Aug. 


1802; 


died 


376. 


Oscar Hill, 




Dec. 23, 


1804 





128. Lemuel Chipman, M. D., third son of Samuel 
Chipman (38), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., July 25, 
1754; died April 28, 1831. Having studied medicine 
and surgery, he was assistant surgeon in the Continental 
Army at the battle of Bennington and then successfully 
practiced his profession in Pawlet, Vt. He and his brother 
Cyrus moved to Pittstown, N. Y., in 1795 and in 1803 he 
n company with Oliver Phelps purchased that part of the 
"Hollahd Purchase," so called, which became the town of 
Sheldon, N. Y. In Vermont he was a Member of the 
Legislature, 1788-93, an Assistant J[udge of Rutland 
County Court, 1788-93, a member of the convention by 



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which the Constitution of Vermont was adopted in 1793. 
In New York he was a Member of the House of Repre- 
sentatives, a Member of the Senate, Judge of Oft'^Lrio 
County Court many years and an elector of President. 

He married, about 1780, Assenath, daughter of William 
and Alethia Fitch of Pawlet, Vt. 

Nine children, — 

377. Lemuel, bom 1782 

378. Fitch, 1786 

379. Samuel, May 6, 1786 

380. Miranda. June 26, 1789 

381. Reeve, April 9, 1791 

382. Alpheus, Sept. 6, 1793 

383. Asenath Fitch, Sept. 1.1796 

m. 1817, Dr. Cyrus Wells. 

384. David, June 20. 1798 

385. Alethia Wheeler. 1800 

m. 1817, Dr. Ephriam Warren Cheney. 

129. Darius Ghlpman, fourth son of Samuel Chip- 
man (38), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Aug. 17, 1756; 
died March 22, 1832. A soldier in the War of the Revo- 
lution, he participated in the taking of Fort Ticonderoga, 
in the battle of Bennington and other engagements. He 
afterwards studied law and practiced at Rutland and 
Tinmouth, Vt. "He seldom, if ever, counselled a litiga- 
tion which in the trial did not succeed. Under his advice 
many suits were compromised. Such was his known re- 
pugnance to a bad cause that if he appeared in a case or 
one was started by his advisement, this fact was to a jury 
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in a cause his energy was untiring." He held many public 
offices in Vermont and about 1814 moved to Middlebury, 
N. Y., where he died. 

He married first, 1782, Lydia, daughter of Dr. Dickin- 
son; second, 1802, Hannah, daughter of Capt. William 
Mead of West Rutland, Vt., and widow of Silas Smith; 

third, 1823, widow of Lincoln of Bethany, 

N. Y. 

Six children by first marriage, three by second, — 

386. Lydia, bom 1784 

m. Timothy Woodbridge. 

387. Gustavus Dickenson, 

388. Fanny Austin, 1788 

m. 1806, Hon. ^lliam Douglas Smith. 

389. Harriet Lamson, Nov. 7, 1790 

m. 1817, Roswell Grosvenor. 

390. Horace Darius, July 21, 1793 

391. Betsy, 1796 

392. Silas Smith, 1803 ; died 

393. Silas Mead, 1804 

394. Hannah Mar^, 1806 

131. Gyrus Chlpman, M. D., fifth son of Samuel 
Chipman (38), was born in Salisbury, Conn., Dec. 3, 
1761; died Sept. 17, 1840. In early life he was a militia- 
man. After studying medicine he began its practice 
in Pawlet, Vt. where his brother, Lemuel, was located. 
Removing in 1796 to Pittstown (now Richmond) N. Y., 
he made large purchases of land and was for a~ time in- 
terested in mercantile operations which involved him in 
troublesome but not grave loss. From 1821 until his 
death he resided and practiced his profession in Oakland 



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Mich. Dr. Cyrus Chipman married, Oct. 3, 1787, Anna 
Fitch of Pawlet. Vt.. born Dec. 28, 1772. 

Fourteen children, — 

395. Sophia, born Sept. 29, 1788; d 1793 

396. Alethia, March 20, 1791 

m. Silas Reed of Richmond, N. Y. 

397. Hanriah, Nov. 9. 1792 

m. Lyman N. Cook. 

398. Sophia, Nov. 13. 1794 

m. 1820, Hon. Jaques Hulburd. 

399. Nancy, July 27, 1797 

m. Cyrus Hulburd. 

400. Harriett, July 14, 1799 

m. 1st, Adolphus Abbe; 2nd, C. Whitney. 



401. 


Cyrus Austin, 


May 16, 1801 


402. 


Samuel Fitch, 


May 17, 1803 


403. 


Arabella, 

m. John Frank. 


Sept. 10. 1805 


404. 


John Marshall, 


Sept. 5,1807 


405. 


William Fitch, 


Aug. 21, 1809 


406. 


George Alfred, 


Aug. 11. 1811 


407. 


Daniel Chapin, 


Dec. 14, 1813 


408. 


Anna Fitch, 


Oct. 13, 1817 



m. 1st, Robert Coddington; 2nd, F. J. 
Martin. 

132. Samuel Chipman, sixth son of Samuel Chip- 
man (38), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Dec. 10, 1763; 
died March 24, 1839. He lived at Vergennes, Vt.. until 
the latter part of his life which was spent in Madrid, 
N. Y. An attorney-at-law. He was sheriff of Addison 
County, Vt.. in 1786, the first clerk of Vergennes, and in 



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1798 he established the Vergennes Gazette which he con- 
ducted for some time. 

He married, Nov. 10, 1786, Hamiah Spofford, bom 
Feb. 16, 1766. 



Twelve children, — 






409. Polly, 


born 


Nov. 8, 1786; d 1797 


410. John Spofford, 




Aug, 8,1788 


411. Ralph, 




June 29, 1790 


412. Mary, 




May 24, 1792 


413. Sarah, 




April 16, 1794 


m. 1818, Lester Hoadle> 


r. 


414. Samuel, 




May 4, 1796; d 1822 


416. Fanny, 




July 5, 1798 


m. 


Smith. 




416. Charlotte, 




May 7, 1800; d. 1826 


417. Laura, 




Oct. 4, 1802; died 


418. Oscar, 




Sept.20, 18 04; died 


419. Oscar Harry, 




Nov. 16, 1807 


420. Daniel, 




Sept. 22, 1810 ;d 1812 



133. Daniel Chipman, LL. D., seventh son of 
Samuel Chipmaxi (38), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., 
Oct. 22, 1766; died April 23, 1860. He was graduated 
from Dartmouth College, 1788; studied law with his brother, 
Nathaniel, and was admitted to the Bar of Rutland 
County, Vt., in 1790. He lived for a time in Rutland and 
then in Middlebury, Vt., until the closing part of his 
life which was passed in Ripton, Vt. 

He was for many years a representative to the Legis- 
lature of Vermont and in 1813-14 was speaker of that 
body. He was chosen to the Council of Censors in 1808 
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in establishing the office of Reporter of the Supreme 
Court of Vermont, and it was by his sug^^estion that the 
State Legislature was divided into a house and senate. 
He was professor of law in Middlebury College, 1806-16, 
and in 1812 was elected a Fellow of the American Academy 
of Arts and Sciences. In 1822 he published an "Essay 
on the Law of Contracts for the Payment of Specific 
Articles;" in 1823, "Reports of Cases Decided by the 
Supreme Court of Vermont;" in 1846, "Life of Nathaniel 
Chipman LL. D. ;" in 1848, "Memoir of Col. Seth Warner;" 
in 1849, "Memoir of Thomas Chittenden, first Governor 
of Vermont." 

He married in 1796, Eleutheria, daughter of Rev. 
Samuel Hedge of Warwick, Mass., born Feb. 25, 1776. 

Seven children. 

421. Austin, bom Aug. 19, 1797; d 1806 

422. George, May 26, 1799 

423. Sarah White, Oct. 28, 1806 

m. 1826, Charles Linsley. 

424. Susan Hedge, Sept. 17, 1808; died 

425. Eleutheria, Jan. 18, 1811 

m. John S. Foster of Swanton, Vt. 

426. Mary, Oct. 28, 1812; d 1840 

427. Eliza, Jan. 26, 1816 

m. Rev. Matthew F. Maury. 

134. John Chipman, oldest son of John Chipman 
(41), was born in Salisbury, Conn., Oct. 12. 1745; died 
Aug. 28, 1829. In 1766 he commenced a clearing on the 
western slope of the Green Mouhtains, sixty miles from 
the nearest dwelling, at what is now Middlebury, Vt. 
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ed to it in 1783» accompanied by his brother-in-law, Hon. 
Gideon Painter, resolved to surmont all obstacles. The 
Indians harassed him and succeeding early settlers much; 
but he established there his home and the highest eleva- 
tion in the town, known as "Chipman's Hill," is his 
memorial. He did effectual service in the War of Revo- 
lution, being a volunteer in the party of Provincial Troops 
under Col. Ethan Allen at the capture of Ft. Ticonderoga 
and was a captain of the party, under Col. Seth Warner, 
to which was surrendered Crown Point. He was trans- 
ferred to the command of New York troops in 1780 and 
promoted to major. He afterwards became a colonel, 
was sheriff of Addison County, Vt., 1789-1800 and filled 
various important municipal stations. 

He married first, May 13, 1767, Olive Douglas of Canaan, 
Conn.; second, Nov. 5, 1772, Sarah Washburn. 

One child by first wife, five by second, — 

428. Olive, born Jan. 22, 1768 

429. Sarah, July 30, 1773 

m . Jabez Rogers. 

430. A daughter, died 

431. A daughter, died 

432. Laura, Oct. 23, 1783 

m. 1st, Josias Smith; 2nd, Moses Jewett. 

433. Mary, 

m. Horace Loomis. 

138. Thomas Chipman, youngest son of John Chip- 
man (41), was bom about 1754; died . Lived at 

Middlebury, Vt., until 1808 when he moved to Rome, 
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Three diildren, — * 

434. Thomas, 

435. John, 

436. David. 

140. Amos Ghlptnan, oldest son of Amos Chipman 
(42), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Dec. 21, 1761; died 
1833. Lived at Sunderland, Vt. A soldier in the War 
of Revolution. He married, April 27, 1772, Sarah Board- 
man, born Jan. 31, 1756. 

Eleven children, — 

437. SiHrkh, bom Aug. 17, 1778 

m. Samuel Wilcox of Sunderland, Vt. 



438. 


Stephen, 




April 8,1778 


439. 


Abigail, 




Aug. 11, 1780 




.m. John Holden of Arlington, Vt. 


440. 


Beulah, 




Nov. 13, 1782 


441. 


John Boardman, 


April 1, 1786 


442. 


Henrietta, 




July 1787 




m. 


- Matison. 




443. 


Amos, 




April 27, 1789 


444. 


Horatio, 




March 2,1792 


445. 


Walter, 




Nov. 6,1794 


446. 


Hiram, 




May 6,1797 


447. 


Azel, 




Feb. 23, 1800 



142. Jesse Chipman, second son of Amos Chipman 
(42), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Feb. 28, 1756; died 
June 4, 1841. He was a soldier in the Continental Army, 
participating in the Expedition to Canada and being 
present at the death of Gen. Montgomery near Quebec, 
1775; and he was engaged in the Battle of Bennington, 



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Vt., 1777. Land was surveyed for him at Comwidl, 
Vt., in 1774 on which he settled in 1783 or '84 and from 
whence he moved in 1806 to Malone, N. Y. One of the 
earliest settlers he spent there the remainder of his life. 
In 1779 he married, Mary, daughter of William White 
of Salisbury, Conn., born June 22, 1758. 

Fourteen children, — 

448. Amos, bom Nov. 5, 1781 

449. Mary. 1783; died 

450. Mary, March 30, 1785 

m. 1803, Asahel Phelps of Sunderland. Vt. 

451. Sarah. June 5, 1787 

m. 1807, Ashley Storrs of Malone, N. Y. 

452. William. Jan. 10. 1789 

453. Luther, Aug. 29, 1791 

454. Calvin. Dec. 24, 1793 
465. Anna, July 10, 1795 

m. 1824, Albon Heath of Malone, N. Y. 
456. Elon Lee. Sept. 8, 1797 

467. Laura, Nov. 27, 1799 

458. Julius, July 20, 1800; died 

459. Harriett, Nov. 26, 1801 

m. 1818. Addison Hickock of Rutland. 
N. Y. 

460. Julius Preston, July 18, 1803 

461. Betsey, Aug. 18, 1806 

144. Barnabas Lothrop Chipman, third son of 
Amos Chipman (42), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Nov. 
5, 1762; died at Malone, N. Y., 1847. Lived in Sunder- 
land, Vt. until about 1804 when he moved to Bastard, 
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Rvc children, — 
462. Betsey, born 

m. Capt. Adams. 



463. 
464. 


Beulah. 
Pamelia, 


m. Chamberlain 

m. Tupper 


465. 


Susan, 


m. Sheldon Nichols 


466. 


Elon, 




467. 


Abner, 


Aug. 16, 1800 


468. 


Stephen, 


Aug. 8,1805 


469. 


Eunice, 






m. Ezra Healy. 



145. Ammi Chipman, youngest son of Amos Chip- 
man (42), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Feb. 7, 1764; 
died at Harlem, Ontario, Dec. 10, 1808. Removed to 
Sunderland, Vt. with his father's family about 1774. 
He and his brother, Barnabas Lothrop, were brought up 
by their oldest brother, Amos, after their father's death. 
In the winter of 1796, Ammi Chipman with his brother, 
Barnabas Lothrop, removed to Upper Canada. Their 
route of travel was via Lake Champlain to St. Johns, 
thence via Montreal to Elizabethtown, 126 miles up the 
St. Lawrence, where their families remained until the next 
year when they removed to Bastard, County of Leeds, 
then opened to settlement. 

About 1786, he married Sarah Evarts of Sunderland, 
Vt., who was born Dec. 8, 1764. 

Five children were bom in Vermont and two in Canada — 

470. Heman, bom 1786 

471. Isaac, 1788 
472 Harry, Feb. 16, 1790 



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473. 


Olive, 
m. Ichabod Stoddard. 


1792 


474. 


Truman, 


1794 


476. 


Laura, 


1796; umn 


476. 


Levi, 


1798 



148. Joseph Chipman, third son of Jonathan Chip- 
man (43), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Aug. 5, 1761; 
died March 25, 1826. He lived successively in Essex, 
Waterbury and Jericho, Vt., and died at Granville, O. 
In 1789 he married Amy Reed, born in Salisbury, Conn., 
1766. 

Ten children, — 

477. Parthenia, bom April 11. 1790 

m. Vincent Nash of Jericho, Vt. 

478. Philene, Jan. 7, 1792 

m. Parker Kemp of Jericho, Vt. 



479. 


Gillian, 
m. Solomon Wheeler. 


|une 29, 1795 


480. 


Emma, 


June 29, 1796; died 


481. 


Norman, 


May 12, 1797 


482. 


Holton, 


Jan. 11, 1799 


483. 


Don Alonzo, 


April 17, 1801 


484. 


Orrin, 


Oct. 4, 1803 


486. 


Amy, 


Aug. 4, 1806 


486. 


Alanson, 


June 16, 1812; died 



152. Stephen Ghlpinan* fifth son of Jonathan Chip- 
man (43), was born in Salisbury, Conn., about 1769; 
died July 2, 1817. He lived in Windsor, Vt., Brockville, 
C. W., and Palmyra. N. Y. In 1799 he married Haanah 
Stone of Windsor, Vt. 



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Nine children, — 

487. Amanda, bom 

m. Nahum Sheldon of Windsor, Vt 

488. Mary, 

m. Dr. Martin K. Bridges. 

489. Laura, April 16, 1803 

m. May 18, 1824. Luther Thrall; 
and had Stephen C, and Reuben R. 

490. Harriet, Dec. 1805 

m. Simeon Southworth. 
49L Charles C, 1808 

492. Hiram, 1810 

493. Emily, 

m. 1st, Zebina Leonard, m. 2nd, 
David Henderson. 

494. Catharine, 

m. William H. Bennett. 

495. Ellen, June 1817 

m. Dr. Van Duzen. 

153. Thomas Chipman, sixth son of Jonathan Chip- 
man (43), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Feb. 18, 1771; 
died Feb. 19, 1848. He lived in Essex, Vt., and was 
for more than forty years a member of the Baptist Church. 

He married first, March 11, 1796, Hannah Trowbridge 
of Jericho, Vt., bom July 19, 1781, died Oct. 26, 1812; 
second, March 11, 1813, Sarah Fay. 

Seven children by first marriage, two by second, — 

496. John, bom Oct. 30, 1798 

497. Hiram, Nov. 2, 1800 

498. Belinda, Oct. 24, 1802 

m. 1st 1820, James Lamb; 2nd 1829, 
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490. Charity, March 23, 1805 

m. Alfred Sumner. 

500. Hannah, April 26, 1807 

m. Calvin Case. 

501. Thomas, April, 13, 1809 

502. Prisdlla, Jan. 1811; died 

503. Laura, Aug. 6, 1823 

m. 1843, James Nichols. 
^04. Harriett, Feb. 26, 1826 

m. 1850, William Nichols of Bristol, Vt. 

156. Thomas Ghlpman, oldest son of Samuel Chip- 
man (46), was born in Groton, Conn., about 1747; died 
1803. He lived in New London, Conn. About 1776 he 
married Rachel Moore of Greenport, N. Y. 

Six children, — 

505. Thomas, bom Aug. 14, 1778 

506. Lucinda, 

507. Betsey, 

m. Gallup of Groton, Conn. 

508. Frederick, died 1816 

509. Daniel, 

510. Hannah, 

m. Capt. Amasa Kilbum. 

158. WiUlam Chipman, second son of Samuel Chip- 
man (46), was bom in Groton, Conn., 1752; died about 
1836. Lived in Groton. He married first, about 1773, 
Prudence Williams, second, Abigail Chester. 

Nine children by first marriage, — 

511. Hannah, bom 

m. Anthony Fish of Groton, Conn. 



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512. William, 1775 

513. Samuel, 1777 

514. Sarah, 

m. Alanson Spicer of Groton, Comi. 

515. Perez, 1779 
616. Mary, 

m. William Latham of Groton, Conn. 

517. Francis, 1782 

518. Asa, 1784; d 1810 
510. John, died at sea 

159. Christopher Chipman, third son of Samuel 

Chipman (46), was bom in Groton, Conn., 1754; died . 

A mariner. He married Philene Chester. 

Eight children, — 

520. Anna, bom Sept. 26, 1774 

m. Jonathan Leeds of New London, Ct. 



521. 


GUes, 


Sept. 9, 1777 


522. 


Elisha, 
drowned at 18. 


Nov. 9, 1779 


523. 


Thomas, 


Oct. 29, 1781 ;d unm. 


524. 


Christopher, 


July 1,1784 


526. 


Josish, 


Sept. 12, 1786 


526. 


David, 


April 19. 1789; died 


527. 


Nathaniel Chester, 


May 16, 1793 



160. Samuel Ghpman, fomth son of Samuel Chip- 
man (46), was born in Groton, Conn., 1756; died 1708 
Lived in Groton. He married Lucreda Chester. 

Three children, — 

528. Lucretia, 

529. Nancy, 

630. Samuel, died inf. 



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16$. 


Charles CSiipnuui, sixth son of Samuel Chip- 


man (46), was bom in Groton, Conn., 1771; died March 


1851. 


Lived in Groton. On Nov. 28, 1799 be married 


Martha 


I, daughter of Billings B.urch of Stonington, Conn. 


Nine children, — 


531. 


Nathan Fellows, bom Oct. 28, 1800 


532. 


Lucy Ann, April 1802 




m. 1826, Elbridge Chester. 


533. 


Abigail, 1804; died 


531. 


Abigail, 1806 




m. 1827, George Greenman. 


536. 


Charles Aug. 1807 


536. 


John, Dec. 1809 


687. 


Henry H., June 1812 


638. 


Daniel H., March 24. 1815 


639. 


Phebe, 1817 




died 1874, unmarried. 



172. William Ghipmaft, second son of Timothy Chip- 
man (47), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Feb. 4, 1760; 
died May 11, 1786. Lived in Barnstable. He married^ 
Dec 11, 1783, Hannah, daughter of Job Howland, who 
married second Lemuel Nye. 

Two children, — 

540. Betsey, bom Oct. 1 , 1784; d 1786 

54L Hannah, Feb. 10, 1786 

m. 1822, Capt. Samuel Fuller of Sand* 

wich, Mass. 

173. John Ghipman, thvd son of Timothy Chipman 
(47), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., June 24, 1762, died 



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Jnne 1806. Lived in Barnstable. On May 7, 1789 he 
married Joanna, daughter of Job Howland. 
Seven children, — 

642. Samuel, bcym Feb. 9, 1790 

643. Elizabeth, Feb. 6,1792. 

m. 1810, Job Crocker of Barnstable. 

644. Mary, Aug. 22, 1794 
646. Hannah, March 10, 1797 

m. Capt. Job Gage of Barnstable. 

646. Abigail, Oct. 23, 1799 

m. 1824, James Fuller of Barnstable 

647. Joanna, March 12, 1802 

m. Charles H. Bursley of Barnstable 

648. William, Jan. 9, 1806 

174. Timothy Ghipman, fourth son of Timothy 
Chipman (47), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., May 6, 
1764; died Dec. 10, 1842. He lived in Barnstable. An 
inn-holder, he continued and finished the business of the 
ancient "Chipman's Tavam." On Jan. 1, 1792 he mar- 
red Sarah Goodspeed of Barnstable. No children. 

182. Joseph Ghlpmaiif fourth son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (48), was bom in Middletown, Conn., Feb. 29, 1764; 
died Aug. 29, 1839. He lived 1801-16 in Stockbridge, 
Mass., and after that in Bergen, N. Y. He was a member 
of the Congegational Churh. A shipmaster and farmer. 
He married Sarah Arnold of Middle Haddam (Chatham), 
Conn. Three children, — 

649. Joseph, bom Aug. 28, 1802 

660. Sarah, 

m. Loring. 

661. A daughter. 



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183. Barnabas Cadprnan, fifth aon of Ebenezer CU^ 
man (48), was born in Middletown, Conn., July 9, 1766; 
died April 17, 1814. He Uved in Hartford, Conn. A 
shipmaster. He married first, May 5, 1795, Abigail Cone, 
bom FA. 14, 1777; second, Sybil, divorced from Shubad 
Dickens; third, Abigail (Skinner) widow of Horace Beck* 
with. 

Four children by first marriage, one by third, — 

552. Abigail, bom June 21, 1796 

m. Paul Hammond. 

553. Sarah, June 21, 1796 

unmarried. 

554. Barnabas, Jan. 19, 1801 

died Oct. 13, 1825 unmarried. 

555. Maria, Feb. 2, 1804 

m. Solomon Friend. 

556. Horace, Oct 1, 1809 

186. Samuel Ghipman, sixth son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (48), was bom in Middletown, Conn., March 7, 
1772; died March 21, 1860. He lived in Westminster, 
Vt., where he was for many years a magistrate. A fanner. 
During the last eight years of his life he was blind. On 
July 2, 1794 he married Anna, daughter of Simon Frazier 
qf Middletown, Conn., bora Sept. 12, 1772; died AprU 
18, 1845. 

Twelve children, — 

557. Ebenezer, bora May 21, 1795 

558. Samuel, Aug. 3, 1796 

559. James, Oct. 1, 1798 

560. John, Nov. 29, 1800 

561. Anna, Nov. 5, 1802. 



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583. William, Jan. S7, 1805 

died Feb. 8, 1805. 

663. Louisa, July 30, 1808 

m. Eben Hodgldn of Putney, Vt. 

664. Uura, Feb. 19, 1800 

d. 1844, unmarried. 

665. Charies, March 10, 1811 

666. Fanny, April 24, 1814 

died 1848, unamrried. 

667. Barnabas, Jan. 18, 1817; died 

668. Sopbronia, Feb. 11, 1820 

187. John Ghipman, oldest son of John Chipman 
(49), was bom in Middletown, Conn., (that part of Mid- 
dletown which later was incorporated, 1767, as the town 
of Chatham) about 1755; died in Frankford, Pa., 1843. 
A soldier in the Revolutionary War, as shown by manu- 
script in the Connecticut State Library. A resident of 
Frankford, Pa. He married, first, Eliza ; second 



• 

One child by firat 


marriage, 


nine by second, — 


669. John. 


bom 


di«l 


670. Mary. 






671. William. 




died 


672. Thomas, 




1800; d 1830 


673. John, 




AfMil 19. 1806 


674. Isaac, 




July. 1806 


676. David, 




1808 


676. William. 




dM 


677. Elizabeth 






678. Joseph. 




1818 



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189. Joseph CSilpman, youngest son of John Chip- 
man (49), was bom in Stratford, Conn., about 1758; 
died May 1806. He lived in Wallingford, Oxford and 
Hamden, Conn. In 1779 he married Elizabeth Hall of 
Wallingford, Conn. 

Five children, — 

679. Samuel, bom July 6, 178D 

580. Elizabeth, June 30, 1783 

m. 1804, Enos Grannis of Fairhaven, Conn* 

581. John, Aug. 27, 1785 

582. Joseph, Jan. 10, 1790 
683. Anna, Feb. 10, 1793 

m. Isreal Gilbert of New Haven, Conn. 

190. Timothy Chlpman, son of Nathaniel Chipman 
(51), was bom in Middletown, Conn., about 1758; died 
about 1825. He served his country in the Revolutionary 
War from 1777 to 1782 and obtained a pension which 
supported himself and hb sister through life. He died at 
B^lin, Conn., unmarried. 

197* Ward Chipmant fourth son of John Chipman 
(56), was bom in Marblehead, Mass., July 30, 1754; 
died Feb. 9, 1824. He was graduated from Harvard in 
1770; his graduating oration being the first delivered there 
in the vernacular langus^. He studied law in Boston 
under the direction of Hon. Daniel Leonard and Hon. 
Jonathan Sewall, Chief Jubtice of the Supreme Court oi 
Mass. Ward Chipman and Daniel Leonard with fifteen 
other names appeared upon "The Loyal Address'* to 
Gov. Gage on his departure from Boston in 1775, as "of 
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in the country to Boston/' Mr. Chipman went with the 
British to Halifix, N. S.» and thence to England, being 
"obliged to abandon his native land on the evacuation of 
Boston in 1776. Having repaired to England, the Royal 
bounty bestowed on him a pension in common with a 
long list of his suffering fellow-countrymen; but a state 
of inaction being ill-suited to his ardent mind, in less than 
a year he relinquished his pension and rejoined the King's 
troops at New York where he was employed in the Military 
Department and in the practice of the Court of Admiralty 
until the peace of 1783. On the first erection of this pro- 
vince (New Brunswick), he was appointed Solicitor General 
and continually afterward bore a conspicuous and most 
useful part in its affairs as an Advocate at the Bar, a 
Member of his Majesty's Council, a member of the House 
of Assembly, a Judge of the Supreme Court, and Agent 
on the part of his Majesty before several Commissioners 
for settling disputed points of boundary with the United 
States, until he closed his mortal career while administer- 
ing the Government of the Province as President and 
Conmiander in Chief during a vacancy in the office of 
Lieut. Governor." The inscription on his monument at 
St. John, N. B., adds to the above quoted statements 
the following, — "Distinguished during the whole of his 
varied and active life for his superior abilities and un- 
weariable zeal, for genuine integrity and singular humanity 
and benevolence, hb loss was universally deplored; and 
this frail tribute from his nearest connections affords but 
a feeble expression of the affectionate respect with which 
they cherished the memory of his virtues." 

Hon. Ward Chipman married Elizabeth, daughter of 
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Saraht who was the only daughter of Dr. Joseph Le Baron; 
and from this union one child ¥ra8 bom, — 

684. Waid. bom July 21, 1787 

7H. John Ghlpman, oldest son of Samuel Chipman 
(57)» was bom in Ipswich, Mass., Aug. 9, 1746; died 
Dec. 25, 1819. His children used to affirm that during 
the Revolutionary War he was armorer of the ship Tyran- 
nicide commanded by Captain John Fisk, and that on 
another cruise he sailed with Captain Jonathan Harradon 
who commanded in 1782 the letter-of-marque ship Julius 
Caesar of Salem carrying forty men and fourteen guns. 
During a part of the Revolution he was engaged with 
Samuel Jones in preparing saltpetre. He lived at Salem, 
Mass. 

He married first. May 22, 1768, Hannah, daughter of 
Captain Eleazer and Mary (Henderson) Moses bora Jan. 
1749; second, Jan. 30, 1801, Elizabeth Tozer, bom about 
1752 at Salem. 

Nine children by first marriage, — 

685. Mary, bom April 12, 1769 

died 1853, unmarried. 

586. Samuel, July 2, 1770; d 1789 

587. John, May 13, 1772; d 1780 

588. Eleazer Moses, Oct. 20, 1774 

died at sea of yellow fever, July 1795. 

589. Hannah, Aug. 13, 1777; d 1780 

690. Elizabeth, July 22, 1780 

m. 1829, Captain Samuel Gerrish of 
Salem. 

691. John, Nov. 6,1783 

592. Richard Manning, Oct. 23, 1786 

593. Samuel, Sept. 11. 1791 



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2I6, Thcmias Oiipman, foarth acm of Samuel Chip- 
man (57)» was born in Salem, Mass., Nov. 18, 175(h 
died Dec. 4, 1821. A shipmaster and grocer. Sailing 
from Salem soon after his marriage his vessel was cap- 
tured and himself and crew taken to England, but after 
being detained by the British Government four or five 
years he found means to reach his home. On Jan. 34, 
1779, he married Elizabeth Millett of Salem, who was 
bom July 31, 1767. 

Eight children, — 

594 Ward, bom Aug. 22, 1779 

595. Thomas, July 8, 1785 

died 1808 unmarried. 

596. Andrew, June 1, 1787; d 1789 

597. Samuel, June 20, 1789; d 1790 

598. Elizabeth, Nov. 8, 1790; d 1794 

599. Anstice, April 25, 1792; d 1808 

600. Elizabeth, July 2,1796 

m. 1819, Captain Joseph Hodges. 

601. Margaret, Oct. 14, 1797; d 1808 

318. John Hale Chipman, son of Joseph Chipman 
(63), was bom in Beverly, Mass., May 11, 1811; a farmer 
living in Beverly. He married, Dec. 31, 1833, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Captain Hugh Hill of Beverly. 

Six children, — 



602. 


James Edward, born 


Nov. 17, 1834 


603. 


John Joseph. \ 
Joseph, / 


dl836 


604. 


July 11. 1836; d 1843 


605. 


John Hale, 


Oct. 2.1838 


606. 


Jackson Hill, 


Oct.21. 1842; d 1860 


607. 


Joseph, 


Feb. 21. 1846: d 1882 



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226. Jacob Chipman. oldest 


son of Jacob Chipman 


(74), was bom in Halifax, Mass., 


March 27, 1769; died 


Oct. 11, 1849. He lived in Bridgewater and Easton, Mass. 


He married Orpha Leech of Bridgewater. 


Eight children, — 




608. Silas, bom 


1795 


609. Lucy, 


about 1798 


m. Salmon Dunbar. 




610. Mary, 


about 1801 


m. Charles Dunbar. 




611. Uoyd, 


1804 


612. Louisa. 


about 1806 


m. Austin Snow. 




613. Hannah, 




614. Luanda, 


about 1809 


m. Bela Sprague. 




616. Jacob. 


about 1>'11; unm. 



227. Rev. Joseph Chipman, second son of Jacob 
Chipman (74), was bom in Halifax, Mass., June 8, 1771; 

died . A Baptist minister. He resided in Macon 

County, Ga., and probably in Beechland, Ark. He was 
an advocate of the Tuskegee Association formed near 
Wetumpka, Ala., in 1845. He married first. May 19, 
1801, Nancy, daughter of John Jones of Elbert Co., Ga.; 
second, Jan. 1843, Mary Turner, a widow. 

Five children by first marriage, — 

616. Mary, bom Jan. 3, 1805 

m. 1st. Thomas Banks; m. 2nd Allen 
G. Fambro. 

617. Eliza Waterman, July 4, 1807 

m. 1825, Dr. Augustus Hawkins. 



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THB CmPMAN FAMILY 73 

618. Sarah Ann, July 25. 1800 

m. 1827, Elbridge G. Cabaniss. 

619. Thomas Weston, April 13, 1812 

620. Luanda, Sept. 8, 1814 

m. 1834, Isaac C. Parks 

228. George Chipman, youngest son of Jacob Chip- 
man (74), was bom in Halifax, Mass., June 24, 1776; 

died . A teacher. He was for about forty years 

postmaster at Scotland, (Bridgewater) Mass., and for 
half a century a deacon in the Congregational Church. 
In 1801 he published "The American Moralist: contain- 
ing a Variety of Moral and Religious Lessons together 
with Humorous and Entertaining Pieces. Designed prin- 
cipally for use of schools." He married first, Aug. 3, 1803 
Huldah, daughter of James Leech of Bridgewater, Mass. ; 
second, Oct. 30, 1836, Chole, daughter of James Howard 
of West Bridgewater. 

Four children by first marriage, — 

621. Anna Waterman, bom Aug. 9, 1804 

m. 1st Caswell, 2nd Wood. 

622. Hazadiah Keith. Oct. 25, 1807 

623. Charlotte Lazell, 1810 

died 1834 unmarried. 

624. Isabella Graham, Jan. 14, 1814 

231« Benjamin Chipman, oldest son of Benjamin 
Chipman (81), was bom in Kingston, Mass., Feb. 4» 
1752; died June 18, 1838. During his early life he went 
on a few voyages to the West Indies and on several fishing 
voyages willi Capt. Seth Chipman. He was a cooper and 
nailer (maker of hand wrought nails) and his great-grand- 



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son James I. Chipman (2146) now has a hammer and saw- 
set made by him prior to 1781, when with his family he 
moved to Poland, (then Bakerstown) Maine, and settled 
on place now owned and occupied by Chester E. Chipman 
(2160). This place has been occupied by the Chipman 
family in direct line from father to son ever since. In 1776 
he married Abigail Milliken, bom in Boston April 3, 
1757, early left an orphan and reared in the family of 
Jonathan Cobb at Taunton, Mass. 
Seven children, — 

625. Charles, bom Feb. 4, 1777 

626. Abigail, Oct. 17, 1778 

m. 1798, Jabez Haskell of New Gloucester. 

627. Lucy, Feb. 28, 1781 

m. John Atkinson. 

628. James, Dec. 25, 1782 

629. Lydia, Oct. 17, 1796 

m. 1815, Rufus Ricker 

630. Sarah, Sept. 24, 1797 

m. 1819, James Hacket, 

631. Wadsworth, Sept. 23, 1802 

236. William CSiipman, second son of Benjamin 
Chipman (81), was bom in Kingston, Mass., Aug. 14, 
1764; died March 30, 1849. At the ag^ of sucteen he 
entered the Continental Army, serving two years as a 
private in the Mass. Troops under Capt. Blanchard and 
Col. Jackson. On April 11, 1818 he made application for 
a pension which was allowed. At this time he lived in 
Hebron, Maine. He married first, 1787, Esther Lane of 
New Gloucester, Me., bora 1766; died Jan 12, 1823; 
second, June, 1823, Jane, widow of Sampson. 



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Thirteen chiMrea by first marriage and two by second, — 



632. 


Seth, bom 


May 9,1788 


633. 


Joshua, 


March 6,1790 


634. 


Suneon, 


Aug. 29. 1791 


635. 


Caroline, 


Aug. 22, 1793; d 1814 


636. 


Rebecca, 


Sept. 2,1796 




m. Ist, Jonathan Glover of Hebron; m. 




2nd Job Morton. 




637. 


Susanna, 


Sept. 13, 1797; died 


638. 
639. 


Charles, 1 
Lucy, / 


Nov. 30, 1799 


640. 


Amos, 


Sept. 16, 1801 


641. 


Albion, 




642. 


Cyrils, 


March 30, 1807 


643. 


Summer, 


Oct. 31, 1809 


344. 


William, 


Dec. 8.1812 


645. 


Moses Davis, 


Feb. 4. 1825; d 1820 


646. 


Benjamin Eaton, 


Sept. 30, 1826; d 1833 



240* Daniel Chipman, youngest son of Benjamin 
Chipman (81)» was bom in Kingston, Mass., July 9, 

1771; died . A fanner. He lived in Poland, Me. 

until 1813 and then in Raymond, Me. In 1794 he married 
Anna Tripp, of Falmouth, Me., bom Feb. 18, 1775. 

Nine children, — 

•47. Nancy, bom 1796 

m. Stephen Stinchfield of Poland, Me. 

648. Benjamin. June 21, 1796 

649. John, 

660. Louisa, 

m. Amoe Cummings. 

661. Jesse, Aug. 1803 



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652. 
653. 


Lyman Beecher, 
Luanda, 
m. Ellison Brown. 


May 15. 1806 
Dec. 1811 


664. 
655. 


Mercy FUes, 

m. Osmyn J. Gerry. 
Susan Littlefield, 

m. John L. Nason. 


July 1813 



243* Joseph Chipman, oldest son of Barnabas Chip- 
man (82), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., May 14, 17%; 
died Feb. 17, 1827. He resided in Barnstable where he was 
a deacon in the Cong. Church. On Dec. 3, 1783 he married 
Temperance Hinckley of Barnstable, bom March 25, 1764; 
died Jan. 28, 1844. 

Eight children, — 

656. Hannah, bora Aug. 30, 1787 

m. David P. Lems of Sandwich, Mass. 

657. Barnabas, March 11, 1789; d 1704 

658. Walter, Jan. 20, 1791; d 1792 

659. Walter. Jan. 26, 1793 

660. Bamabas, Feb. 9, 1795 

661. Isaac, April 3,1797 

662. Elizabeth, May 20, 1799; d 1817 

663. Joseph, Nov. 13, 1801; d 1811 
246. Gen. Timothy Fuller Cihipiiian, oldest son of 

Thomas Chipman (85), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., 
Feb. 1, 1761; died May 17, 1830. His father having been 
drafted into the Continental service in 1777 he, from 
patriotism and consideration of his father's position at the 
head of a large family, volunteered to serve as his substi- 
tute. In that capacity he was with the American forces 
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engagement at Battle Hill» N. Y. In 1783, while assisting 
in the original survey of the townships of Bridport and 
Shoreham» Vt., he selected for himself a lot in Shoreham. 
He lived on it alone seeing only now and then a man for 
months together and never a woman or child until, having 
got his land in cultivation, he brought to it his wife. In 
1798 he was Assistant Assessor of the United States in 
District No. 1 of the Fourth Division of Vermont. 

He was raised through various grades in succession 
to Major-General of the Fourth Division of Vermont 
Militia. During the last war with England his military 
spirit was aroused and he was placed at the head of the 
Vermont Volunteers assembled as a reinforcement of the 
U. S. troops preceeding the Battle of Plattsburg, N. Y., 
on Sept. 11, 1814. He was one of the first Presidents of 
the Addison County Agricultural Society. 

He married. May 24, 1786, Mary, daughter of Capt. 
Stephen Smith of Duchess County, N. Y., bom Jan. 6, 
1768; died March 5, 1849. 

Eleven children, — 

664. Isaac, bom March 15, 1787 

665. Huldah, May 14, 1789 

m. Jan. 29, 1815, Rev. Ephriam Holland 
Newton bora at New Fane, Vt., June 
13, 1787. She died Nov. 26, 1863. 

666. Sarah, May 22, 1791 

m. 1811, Capt. Asa Jones of Shoreham, Vt. 

667. Silas Smith, Jan. 18, 1793 

Graduated from Middlebury College, 
1815, and entered Andover Theological 
Seminary but became a prey to con- 
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668. OUve, June 18. 1786 
died 1849 unmarried. 

660. Harriett, Jan. 30, 1800 

m. 1821, Froi. Hanry Howe, Castle- 
town, Vt. 

670. Uura, Jan. 26, 1802; d 1818 

671. Mary, July 24, 1804 

672. Almeda, Oct. 24, 1806; d 1818 

673. Juliette Bethiab, Dec. 1808 

m. 1833, Marcus O. Porter M. D., of 
Cornwall, Vt. 

674. Martha Smith, Aug. 10, 1811 

m. 1835, Darius Matthews of Cornwall, Vt. 

247. Isaac Chipman, second son of Thomas Chipman 
(85), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Sept. 12, 1762; died 
Dec. 10, 1787. A farmer living in Shordiam, Vt. 

He married, . 

One child, — 



675. Electa, bom 



m. Ingley Briggs of Shoreham, Vt., and 
resided in Ohio. Their oldest son Hon. 
Ansell Briggs was for two successive 
terms Governor of Iowa. 

249. Daniel Otipman, third son of Thomas Chip- 
man (85), was bom in Sheffield, Mass., May 24, 1765; 
died Nov. 10, 1827. A farmer residing in Waltham, Vt., 
where he was for thirteen years town clerk and for many 
years a magistrate. He married, April, 1793, Mercy 
Turner, bora May, 1775; died Aug. 23, 1823. 

Ten children,-^ 

676. Alvan, born Feb. 26. 1794 



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677. Clarissa, Aug. 23. 1795 

m. 1816, James Ladd. 

678. Melissa, March 19, 1797 

m. 1830, Derrich Bullard, Fort Coving- 
ton, N. Y. 

679. Daniel, June 17, 1799 

680. Orlin, Oct. 24, 1800 

681. Laura, Oct. 3, 1802 

m. George W. Allen. 

682. Norman, April 10, 1804; d 1822 

683. Semantha, ^ Aug. 29, 1806 

m. 1831, Joseph R. Hitchcock. 

684. Charles, July 19, 1809 

died 1832, unmarried. 

685. Mercy, Nov. 14, 1812 

251. Bamatiaa Chipmant fourth son of Thomas Chip- 
man (85), was bom in Sheffield, Mass, Nov. 16, 1768; 
died Feb. 21, 1832. A farmer, residing in Shoreham, 
Vt. He married, Oct. 9, 1791, Mary Smith, bom at 
Worcester, Mass. 

Six children, — 

686. Ansel, bora May 6, 1793 

687. Mary, March 22, 1795 

m. 1819, Rev. Andrew Huntington, 
bom 1797. 

688. Cyms, April 2,1799 

689. John Smith, Aug. 10, 1800 

690. Samuel, May 13, 1802 

691. Sarah, Aug. 18, 1807 

m. 1833, Loyal Doolittle of Ticonderoga, 
N.Y. 



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253. Russell Cihipiiian, sixth son of Thomas Chip- 
man (85), was bom in Sheffeld, Mass., April 29, 1772; died 
Feb. 17, 1842. A fanner, living in Shoreham, Vt. He mar- 
ried in 1800, Mary Burdiard, born in Becket, Mass., 
March 12, 1784; died July 8, 1863. 

Ten children, — 

692. Laura, bom Nov. 30, 1801 

died 1827, unmarried. 

693. Joseph N., Sept. 18, 1803 

694. Nelson Gordon, June 7, 1806 

m. Nancy Hand, no children. 

695. Lorenzo Qtdncy, May 3, 1810 

696. Ashley Burchard, Aug. 27, 1812 

697. A child, April 9, 1816; died 

698. Mary Caroline, April 9, 1818 

m. James Bemis of Crown Point, N. Y. 

699. Russell Mason, April 14, 1821 

700. Mark Anderson, April 17, 1827; unm. 

701. Jane, March 23, 1829 

m. Robert Fowler of Niles, Mich. 

257. Thomas Chipman, seventh son of Thomas Chip- 
man (85), was bom in Sheffdd, Mass., Jan. 20, 1779, 
died Nov. 9, 1832. He lived in Constable, N. Y. On 
Feb. 24, 1805, he married, Eunice Lucy Contrell of Shore- 
ham, Vt., bom April 27, 1785; died Dec. 3, 1831. 

Four children, — 

702. Almon P., bom Oct. 16, 1806 

m. May 30, 1842, Mmerva Allen. 

703. LudnaC, Dec. 20, 1808; d 1833 

704. Julius C, Feb. 15, 1811 

m. Dec. 18, 1848, Hannah Taylor 

705. Julia Ann E., Aug. 16, 1827 



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264. John Chipman, oldest eon of Benjamin Chip* 
man (91), was born in Sandwich, Mass., May 10, 1761; 
died Aug. 14, 1815. A shipmaster, living at Sandwich. 
He married, March 4, 1802, Mary Pope of Sandwich. 
No children. 



265. Hadsell Chipman, second son of Benjamin Chip- 
man (01), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., July 16, 1763; 
died June, 1809. He lived in Sandwich and married, 
1791, Martha Higgins. 



Six children, — 

706. Hannah, 

707. Thomas, 

708. Bethiah, 

709. Abigail Paine, 

710. Lucy, 

711. Lydia Ellis, 



bom Dec. 2, 1792;d unm. 

about 1793 
Nov. 1,1796; died 
July 18, 1798; died 
March22, 1800; d 1843 
May 24, 1802 



m. Andrew Stimpson of Sandwich. 



267. Benjamin Ghipman, third son of Benjamin 
Chipman (91), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., May 6, 1778; 
died March 6, 1818. He lived in Sandwich and on Nov. 
24, 1793 he married Lydia Ellis of Sandwich. 

Seven children, — 

712. Betsey Freeman, bom Dec. 30, 1796; d 1797 

713. Mary, Nov. 4, 1798; d 1823 

714. Benjamin, Nov. 14, 1800 

m. 1824, Delia Hall of Sandwich. 

715. Jonathan Ellis, July 27, 1803 

716. John Henry, Dec, 11, 1805 

717. Charles, July 22, 1810; d 1845 



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718. Josiah, July 22, 1810 

died Jan. 1, 1884. 

268. Stephen Skiff Ghipman, fourth son of Benja- 
min Chipman (91), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., Jan. 9, 
1771 ; died July 3, 1814. He lived in Sandwich and married, 
Feb. 8, 1845, Phebe Hoxie of that town. 

Six children, — 

719. Hadsell Freeman, bom May 19, 1797; d 1831 

720. Stephen Skiff, July 23, 1799 

721. Nathaniel Hoxie, June 24, 1800; d 1823 

722. Sarah, May 12, 1802 

m. 1827, Zeno Lawrence. 

723. Eliza, Aug. 10, 1804 

m. Patterson. 

724. Rebecca, Nov. 20, 1805 

m. Newell Hoxie of Sandwich. 

272. John Chipman, third son of John Chipman 
(95), was bom in Delaware, about 1755; died 1829. He 
resided in Sussex County, Delaware. Was married. 

Two children, — 

725. Joseph, bom Oct. 28, 1794 

726. Patty, 

277. John Chipman, elder son of Perez Chipman (99) 
was bom in Kent County, Del., March 24, 1761; died 
April 19, 1834. Moved to North Carolina about 1785. 
A farmer, living at Deep River, N. C. He was a man of 
prominence and considerable wealth. In 1784 he married, 
Mary Harris who died July 21, 1834. 



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Eleven children, — 

727. James, bom Feb. 2, 1786 

728. Jesse, May 23, 1786 

729. Deborah, Nov. 3, 1787 

m. Moses >^lbom. 

730. John, Oct. 22, 1789 

731. Sarah, June 12, 1792 

m. Jonathan Wheeler. 

732. Margaret, June 24, 1793 

m. Jacob Charles. 

733. Obadiah. Aug. 7.1795 

734. Stephen, Feb. 26, 1798 
736. Rachel, Oct. 3, 1800 

m. Bamett Idol. 

736. Mary, April 4, 1803 

m. Joseph Davis. 

737. Anna, Aug. 7, 1806 

m. Anderson Nicholson. 

278. Paris Ghipman, younger son of Perez Chipman 
(99), was bom in Kent County, Del., Sept. 11, 1763; 
died Feb. 28, 1803. Moved to North Carolina about 
1786. A farmer, living at Deep River, N. C. On June 
27, 1790, he married, Elizabeth Saunders of Virginia. 

Seven children, — 

738. Hezekiah, bom April 10, 1791 

741. Mary March, Sept. 1796 

m. Mordecai Mendenhall. 

742. Hannah, Sept. 4,1797 

m. Stephen Carter. 



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743. Martha, Oct. 15, 1800 

m. William Carter. 

744. Elizabeth, Feb. 13, 1803 

m. Temple Stuart. 

280. Stephen Chlpman, elder son of Benjamin Chip- 
man (100), was bom in Kent County, Del., ; 

died Dec. 1792. He married, Elizabeth, daughter of Ben- 
jamin Dill of Frederica, Del. 

One child, — 

746. Mary, bom 1792 

m. Jacob Boone. 

281. Benjamin Chlpman, younger son of Benjamin 
Chipman (100), was bom in Kent County, Del., June 3, 
1769; died Dec. 29, 1819. In 1794 he married, Sarah 
Walcott. 



Seven children, — 


746. 


Stephen, born July 13, 1798 


747. 


David, May 13, 1800 


748. 


Mary, Feb. 7, 1802 




m. 1820, Samuel Griffin. 


749. 


Levi, Sept. 18, 1804 


750. 


Samuel M., May 22, 1807 


761. 


Susan, March 29, 1809 




m. 1835, Nehemiah Stayton. 


752. 


llionias, 



died 



282. Paris Chipman, oldest son of Draper Chipman 
(102), was bom in Bath County, Ky., April 12, 1787; 
died July 30, 1838. He lived in Bath County, Ky., until 



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1819 when he moved near Bloomington, Ind. He married, 
July 23, 1807, Nancy Baird. 
Six children, — 



753. 


Mary,* bom 


1808 


764. 


Noah, 


Jan. 4, 1810; d 1830 


756. 


Archibald, 


May 27, 1812 




m. Letty Steward. 


No children. 


766. 


Draper, 


April 11, 1814 


767. 


Elizabeth, 




768. 


Nancy, 





*753. Mary Baird Cailimian, b. 1808; married, 1824,Georae Milanu 
SOD of George and Jane (Crampton) Milani of Virginia. Q&ildreii — 
Jane, Samud, Frances Marion, John, Alice, Noah, Nancy and Ardbi* 
bald. Rev. Francea Marlon Milam, b. Jan. 24, 1828; married, 1864, 
Susannah McNeely, dau^hetr of William and Rhoda (Richards) M^ 
Neely. He entered the nunistry of the M. E. Church in 1859; on Jujy 
30, 1802, he volunteered in the 67th Indiana Reg., and was killed while 
ciianung on the enemy's breastworks. Childr«i — ^William W., Amy 
Louise, Rhoda Jane, Laura Ann and George M. M. Laura Ann 
MOam, b. Feb. 1M§61 ; married, Oct. 20. 1884,Bryant Welsh Gillespie, 
son of Thomas and Hannah (Welsh) GilleKkie. He is one of the best 
known Kve stock commission merchants in Indiana; active in all civic 
movements; a 32nd decree Mason; member of the Sons of the Revo* 
hition. Mrs. Gillespie is a member of the Daughters of the American 
Revolution; State lustorian of the Society of Mayflower Descendants 
of Indiana; member of the Y. W. C. A., living served on the board of 
directors for a number of years; organised one of the first chapters of 
the War Mothers of America and is now state president of the Indiana 
division. Chikhren— Boyd Milam b. May 21, 1805 and Bryant Welsh, 

^Both of these sons are college men; fraternity men, aind Masons, 
h volunteered and served on the Mexican border for six months, 
then went to France with the 105th Indiana Fiekl Artillery, 42nd 
(Rainbow) Div. After seeing service on seven different fronts and 
participating in every battle oif his division, Boyd, beine twice gassed, 
returned honme two weeks ahead of his diviskm, and Bryantjr., with 
his diviskm. Bryant Welsh GUleaple, Jr., b. Nov. 17, 1807; married, 

June 18, 1010. Florida Jane, daughter of Charles T. and Mary LueOa 
Martin) Austin. 



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283. Draper Ghipman, second son of Draper Chip- 
man (102), was bom in Bath County, Ky., Nov. 20, 1789; 
died March 6, 1822. He married . 

Two children, — 

769. John Noble, 

760. William. 

287. Samuel D. Ghipman, third son of Draper Chip- 
man (102), was bom in Bath County, Ky., Jan. 22, 1800, 
In 1859 he resided at Muncytown, Ind. He married first, 
Martha Smith, second, . 

One child by first marriage, — 

761. JohnC. S. 

293. WilUam Chipman, oldest son of William Chip- 
man (105), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., Dec. 3, 1767; 
died Jan. 1, 1800. A shipmaster, living in Wellfleet. 
While at sea near the island of Hayti the vessel under his 
command was attacked by pirates headed by one Rigand 
and he was killed. He married (pub. Feb. 20, 1792) 
Dorcas, daughter of Col. Elisha Cobb of Wellfleet, and she 
married second, Oct. 12, 1802, Freeman Hopkins of 
Brewster. 

One child, — 

762. Betsey, bom Oct. 17, 1797 

m. 1st, Freeman Higgins of Orleans, 
Mass.; 2nd, Nehemiah Doane. 

294. John Chlpman, second son of William Chip- 
man (105), was bora in Wellfleet, Mass., July 17, 1769; 

died Resided in Wellfleet. He married first, Sept. 

27, 1795, Elizabeth Atwood of Wellfleet; second, Sarah 
Gross, bom 1773. 



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Three children by first marriage, — 

763. J<^, bom 

m. April 13, 1818, Sarah Rider of Wellfleet. 

764. Elizabeth Doane, March 22, 1799 

m. 1817, Elisha WUey, Jr. 
766. Mercy F., 180- 

m. 1828, Seth W. Lovell. 

295. Samuel Mayo Chlpmaiit third son of William 
Chipman (105), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., July 28, 

1773; died . He lived in Wellfleet, and married, 

Dec. 7, 1797, Rebecca Atwood of that town. 

Ten children, — 

766. Waiiam, bom Aug. 1,1798 

767. A son, July 17, 1800; died 

768. IsiahMayo, July 6,1801 

769. Nathaniel Atwood, Oct. 2, 1803 

770. Betsey, Jan. 30, 1806 

m. 1829, Lewis C. Rich. 

771. Thankful Atwood, April 18, 1808; d 1829 

772. Dorcas Cobb, Sept. 11, 1810 

m. 1831, Harding Atwood. 

773. Martha Holbrook, Nov. 24, 1812 

m. 1832, Benjamin B. Arey. 

774. Elisha Eldridge. Jan 9,1817 
776. Samuel Coombs, March 23, 1820 

296. David Chipman, fourth son of AA^Uiam Chip- 
man (106), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., Oct. 20, 1776; 
died Aug. 1841. He resided in Wellfleet. He married 
(pub. Nov. 30, 1803) Bathsheba Atwood of Province- 
town, Mass. 



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Six children, — 

776. Mercy, bom May 4, 1806 

m. 1827, Joshua W. Lincoln of Wellfleet, 
Mass. 

777. Polly BarUett, Aug. 17, 1808 

m. 1826, William Smith of Charlestown. 

778. David Mayo, May 21. 1811 

779. Betsey Mayo, March 31, 1814 

m. James Brown. 

780. Salley P., Oct. 9, 1817 

m. 1839, Russell LeCount of Province- 
town. 

781. Harriett Atwood, April 30, 1821 

m. 1st, 1840, Samuel Smith; 2nd, Charles 
Blaisdell. 

298. Ebenezer Chlpmam, fifth son of William Chip* 
man (106), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., Jan. 30, 1781; 
died May 15, 1835. He lived in Wellfleet, where he mar- 
ried. May 24, 1807, Martha Atwood Higgins of Castine, 
Maine. 



Ten 


children, — 




782. 


Thomas Mayo, born 


Nov. 3,1807 


783. 


John, 


Sept. 30, 1809 


784. 


Ebenezer, 


Sept. 17, 1811; d 1812 


786. 


Ebenezer, 


Nov. 14, 1813 


786. 


Daniel Mayo, 


April 23, 1816 


787. 


Mary Adams, 


Aug. 11, 1818 




m. 1838, OUver B. 


Pierce of Wellfleet. 


788. 


James Atwood, 


Nov. 13, 1820 


789. 


William, 


July 1,1822 


790. 


Martha Caroline, 


Oct. 11, 1825 


791. 


Barnabas Higgins. 


March 6,1828 



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299. John Caiipmant oldest son of Ebenezer Chip- 
Man (108), was bom in Barre, Mass., Oct. 6, 1762; died 
1789. He lived in Barre and married, Dec. 27, 1787, 
Thankful Maclntire of that town, who died 1788. 

One child, — 

792. Thankful born 1788; died 

301. Ebenezer Ghipman, second son of Ebenezer 
Chipman (108), was bom in Barre, Mass., April 19, 1770; 
died Sept. 1832. Resided in Petersham, Mass., and 
Waterbury, Conn. In 1821 he married, in Waterbury^ 

the widow of Russell who had numerous children 

by her first marriage. 

One Child,— 

793. Hiram, bom March 24, 1822 

302. Stephen Qiipman, third son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (108), was bom in Barre, Mass., April 5, 1772; died 
1821. A house carpenter, living in Barre. He married, 
March 13, 1796, Anna, daughter of Capt. >A^liam and 
Margaret (Wilson) Henry of Barre. 

Six Children, — 

794. William Henry, bom Oct. 3,1796 

795. Stephen, 1798 

796. Anna, died 

797. John, d. unm. 

798. Margaret, 

m. Hon. Obadiah W. Albee, bom in 
Milford, Mass. 

799. Augustus, 

Enlisted in Florida War of 1834. 



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303. Perez Ghipman, fourth son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (108), was bom in Barre, Mass., March 23, 1774; 
died Sept. 17, 1862. A blacksmith, living in Petersham, 
Mass. On Oct. 3, 1800 he married Hannah Mason of 
Barre, bom 1782; died 1850, 

Eight children, — 

800. Cyms, bom March 16, 1801 

801 . Chester Wolcott, May 31, 1806 

802. Edward Nichob, Feb. 1,1807 

803. Charles, Sept. 20, 1809 

804. Caroline, Dec. 10,1811 

m. 1836, Samuel H. Richardson of Petersham. 

805. Cutler, Aug. 14, 1816 

806. Clark, April 4, 1817; d 1822 

807. Daniel Mason, Nov. 10, 1819; d 1842 

306. Isreal Chipman, elder son of Perez Chipman 
(109), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., 1766; died 179-. 
A mariner. He married, March 20, 1787, Phebe, daughter 
of Joseph Rich of Wellfleet, who after his death moved to 
Bucksport, Me., and married Enoch Page. 

Two children, — 

808. Sylvanus, bom Oct. 1, 1788 

809. Stephen, Feb. 28, 1790 

307. Stephen Qiipiiiaii, younger son of Perez Chip- 
man (109), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., July 17, 1767; 
died in London, Eng., Dec. 11, 1806. A shipmaster, 
living in Wellfleet. In 1803 he married Betsey, daughter 
of Elisha Mayo, who married second Thomas Cobb, of 
Eastham, Mass. 



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Two children, — 

810. Mehitable, bom Nov. 5, 1804; died 

811. Lydia M. Aug. 12, 1806 

m. Samuel Stinson of Bowdoin, Me. 

309. John Hancock Chipmant oldest son of John 
Chipman (113), was bom in Comwallis. N. S., May 

9, 1770; died . He lived in Comwallis where he 

mBTTied Elizabeth Osbom. 

Two Children,— 

812. Harriett, bom Jan. 8. 1791 

m. John Wade of Annapolis, N. S. 

813. Eunice, June 28, 1794 

m. 1817, Alexander Troop of Annapolis, 
N.S. 

310. Charles Chipman, second son of John Chipman 
(113), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., July 9, 1772; died 
about 1851. He resided mainly in Comwallis, but for a 
time in Eastport, Maine, and New York City. A merchant. 
He married about 1804, Eimice, daughter of Capt. Mason 
Cogswell of Comwallis. 

Eight children, — 

814. John Hancock, bora 1805 ;d 1826 

A deputy at Cape Coast Castle, Si^ra 
Leone, Africa. 

815. Horatio Nelson, 1808 

816. Charles Dixon, 1810 

817. Lavinia, died 

818. Mary Ann, died 

819. Eunice, 

m. 1838, Rev. John M. Harris. 



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820. Emily, 

821. Isabella E., died 1838 

311. George Chlpman, third son of John Chipman 
(113), was bom in Cornwallis, N. S., April 23, 1774; 
died April 7, 1838. He lived in KentviUe, N. S. He was 
Sheriff of King's County, N. S., for twenty-nine years. 
A man of marked social qualities and benevolence. He 
married Dorothy, widow of Frazer. 

316. Allen Chipman, fourth son of John Chipman 
(113), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., March 26, 1780; 

died . A shipmaster and trader. He married a 

daughter of Capt. John Gardner of Liverpool, N. S. 

One child, — 

822. A daughter, 

m. John Whidden, Esq., son of Hon. 
David and Eunice (Chipman 315) 
Whidden. 

317. Daniel Qiipmant fifth son of John Chipman 
(113), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., April 21, 1782; died 
Sept. 13, 1831. He married a daughter of Capt. Bishop 
of Horton, N. S. 

Seven Children, — 

823. Isabella, bom Jan. 1, 1804 

824. Olivia M., May 9, 1806 

m. 1829, John Baraaby. 

825. Sarah Eliza, April 3,1808 

826. John Allen, Sept. 27, 1812 

827. George Elisha, Feb. 1815 

828. Charles Dbcon, 1817 ;d 1831 

829. Mary Sawyer, April 19, 1822 

m. 1847, Charles Adams. 



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THB CHIPMAN FAMILY 93 

321. Jared Ingenoll Qiipmant sixth son of John 
Chipman (113), was born in Comwallis, N. S., May 22, 
1788; died June 3, 1832. A counsellor-at-law residing in 
Shelburne and in Halifax, N. S. He was sheriff of Halifax 
County; President of the Sessions of the Eastern District 
of N. S., and Chief Justice of the Inferior Court of Nova 
Scotia for many years. He married Maiy Sawyer of 
Halifax. 



Eight children, — 


830. 


James Blowers Martyr Jan. 9, 1815 


831. 


Ann Eliza, July 1817 




died 1875, unmarried. 


832. 


Terson, 1819 


833. 


Jared, 1820; d 1839 


834 


Frances, 1822 




m. Dr. R. P. Howard of Montreal and 




had one son R. P. Bliss who married 




the only daughter of Lord Strathcona 




and resided in London. 


835. 


Hariett, 1824 




m. Capt. Thomas Lawrence. 


836. 


John R. U., 1828 


837. 


Ferguson, 1830 




Went to Australia and was never heard 




from. 



326. John Hudton Chipaian, oldest son of Rev. 
Thomas Handley Chipman (118), was bom ;n Annapolis, 

N. S., June 12, 1781; died . A farmer living at 

Wilmot, N. S. He was a Captain of Militia and held 
various civic offices. The following anecdote is told of his 
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resident of Boston* Mass., "at which place, on entering in, 
he bdeld a lad by the name of Brook Watson in a very 
forlmti condition. The landlady informed him that he 
was one of a part of the crew of an Englbh ship who were 
swimming in the harbor one day and was pursued by a 
sharic which overtook him at the moment he was reaching 
the boat, and severed from his body one of his legs; the 
captain left him to her care, with a small sum of money 
which was now expended. Mr. Huston's benevolent 
heart could not forbear, and he took him home, educated 
him and brought him up. Brook Watson afterwards 
arose to be Lord Mayor of Lx>ndon, when he sent for John 
Huston Chipman, eldest son of T. Handley Chipman, 
with a promise to do something handsome for him, but 
his pious father, foreseeing the evil attending a youth in 
going to London, declined the offer. Later the Lord Mayor 
made this only grandson of his honored benefactor a present 
of a farm at Comwallis, N. S., to the value of £450." 
He married, first Hopestead, daughter of Maj. Timothy 
Bamaby and his wife Rebecca (Chipman 33); second, 

March 2, 1847, Ann, widow of Prince and daughter 

of George Johnson of Horton, N. S. 
Four children by first marriage, — 
838 Brook Watson, bom Jan. 30, 1802 

839. Sarah, Sept. 9, 1804 

840. William Huston, Oct. 14, 1806 

841. Rebecca, Aug. 29, 1808 

331. Joseph Wheelock Chipman, third son of Rev. 
Thomas Handley Chipman (118), was bom in Annapolis, 
N. S., Jan, 1795. He married. Dec. 25, 1824, Euphrasia, 
daughter of Robert Charlton of Wilmot, N. S. 



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Two children, — 

842. George Starret, bom July 28, 1826 

843. Robert Handley, March 23, 1846 

333. Samuel Lord Ghipman, fourth son of Rev. 
Thomas Handley Chipman (118), was bom m AnnapoliSt 
N. S., Nov. 29, 1804; died April 28, 1876. He married, 
first, Oct. 26, 1827, Mary, daughter of Robert Fitz Ran- 
(k)tph; second, Jan. 2, 1834, Annie, daughter of Ferdi- 
nand Shafner, and widow of Tomlinscm. 

Two children by first marriage, seven by second, — 

844. Phebe Jane, bom Oct. 24, 1828 

m. George Shafner of Annapolis, N. S. 

846. Lavinia Ann, Jan. 16, 1831 
m. Harding Parker of Berwick, N. S. 

846. Thomas Handley, Dec. 10, 1834 

847. WUliam Allen, Jan. 20, 1837; died 

848. Mary Eliza, Aug. 10, 1838 

849. James Albert, June 20, 1840 

850. Frederick MUes, July 19, 1844 

861 Ingram Bill, Dec. 20, 1847; d 1848 

335^ Rev. William Chipman oldest son of AATilliam 
Allen Chipman 119), was born in Cornwallis, N. S. Nov. 
29, 1781, died July 14, 1866. He resided until 1829 in 
Cornwallis where he was extensively engaged in agricul- 
tural and commercial pursuits. When only sixteen years 
old he was trusted by his father with the control of a branch 
store and was trusted to purchase cattle and transact other 
important business. He was a Captain of Militia, fulfilled 
various public duties and trusts and being admitted to the 
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After moving to Pleasant Valley, near Berwick, over- 
coming pioneer hardships and settling on a large farm» 
he was on March 28, 1829, ordained Pastor of the Second 
Baptist Church of Comwallis, N. S. Continued to be its 
pastor until 1858 when on account of age he reigned but 
continued to preach for the church until a short time 
before his death. 

He was one of the founders of Horton Academy in 1828 
and Acadia College (now University) in 1838; a zealous 
advocate of education, temperance and Christian missions; 
a devoted husband, father and friend; esteemed and loved 
in life. He left to his family, church, denomination and 
country the legacy of a blameless and noble life. 

He married, first, Feb. 24, 1803, Mary McGowan, 
daughter of Matthew Dickey, bom 1779; died May 31 
1826; second, May 24, 1827, Eliza Ann, daughter of 
Homes Chipman (122), bom July 3, 1807, died Oct. 23, 
1853. 

Nine children by first marriage, twelve by second, — 

852. Joseph, bom Dec. 28, 1803; d 1839 

853. Rebecca, Aug. 14, 1805 

m. 1831, John Ross. 

854. William Henry, Nov. 3,1807 

855. David, Sept. 13, 1809 

m. 1839, Eunice Moss, and had one 
daughter. 

856. James Edward, May 14, 1811; d 1843 

857. John Chaloner, Aug. 8, 1813 

drowned May 15, 1842, at Buenos Ayres. 

858. Isaac Logan, July 17, 1817 

859. Robert AUen, Sept. 16, 1819; d 1860 

860. Leander Van Ess Feb. 23, 1822; died 



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Taken at 100 years of age. 



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861. LeanderVan E88, March 9, 1828; d 1803 

862. Mary Eliza, April 11, 1830; died 

863. Amelia Spurr. Dec. 7. 1832 

m, 1857,Alfred G. Dodge. 

864. Alfred. Aug. 11, 1834 

865. Maria, July 3, 1836 

m. Sept. 9, 1858, Rev. J. E. Balsom. 

866. Mary Eliza. March 11, 1838 

m. June 10, 1861, Rev. D. O. Parker. 

867. Andrew Fuller, April 16, 1840; 

868. A son, Dec. 2, 1841; died 

869. Lucilla, Feb. 28, 1843; died 

870. Unity Ann. Feb. 7, 1844 

m. Feb. 26, 1890, G. W. Eaton. 

871. John Pryor, March 31, 1848 

872. Holmes Samuel, Dec. 22, 1850 

336. Handley Chipman, second son of William A. 

Chipman (119), was bom in Comwallist N. S., July 25, 
1784; died 1858 He Uved in Comwallis, N. S. Married. 
first, Oct. 4, 1809, Polly, daughter of Jajpies Burbridge; 
second, June 19, 1815, Ann, daughter of Jesse and Mary 
(Raymond) Hoyt, 
Five children by second marriage, — 

873. Mary, bom Dec. 31, 1816 

m. 1833, Alexander Tremaize. 

874. William Jesse, Sept. 7, 1818 

875. Elizabeth Ann, July 20, 1820 

876. James, Nov. 1822 

m. Miss Hoyt and had two daughters. 
878. Sarah Rebecca* Oct. 22, 1824 

m. George Hamilton of Grand Pre, N. S. 



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338. Samuel Chipman, third son of William A. Chip- 
man (119), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., Oct. 18, 1790; 
died in ComwalHs, Nov. 10, 1891, in the 102nd year of his 
age. To very few is it given to live so long, and to a still 
smaller number is it given to preserve the mental and 
physical faculties and to engage in the active duties of 
life for such a length of years. His father had represented 
Kings County in the legislature, and when he retired in 
1827, he (Samuel) succeeded him, winning his election by 
a majority of over 1000, From that date up to 1870, 
with the exception of two terms, he represented the county 
either in the assembly or in the legislative council. On his 
retirement from political life in 1870, being then 80 years 
of age, he was appointed registrar of deeds for Kings 
County, and continued to perform the duties of the office 
for eighteen years, when the failure of his sight made it 
necessary for him to retire. 

He was a man whose integrity was never questioned. 
His public life was honorable and his private life without 
stain. He was distinguished as the oldest Freemason in 
tht world, having been made a Master Mason in Virgin 
Lodge of Halifax in December, 1813. 

He married, first. May 11, 1815, Eliabeth, daughter of 
Col. Henry Gesner, bom 1792; died 1833; second, Dec. 
8, 1841, Jessie W., daughter of Thomas and Jessie Hardy 
of Scotland. 

Four children by first marriage, seven by second, — 

878. Anna, bom Dec. 14, 1816 

m. 1837, Dr. John Primrose. 

879. \Wlliam Allen, June 30, 1818 
879a. Sarah Rebecca, Sept. 9. 1820 

m. 1841, Samuel I. Sharp. 



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879b. Elizabeth Adelaide, Aug. 22, 1830 

m. 1848, John E. WUder. 
879c. Jessie Frances, Jan. 24, 1843 ;d 1886 

880. John Russell, July 17, 1845 

Married, but had no children. 

881. Edward, Feb. 6, 1850; d 1869 

882. Samuel, May 24, 1853 

883. Joseph, \ May 6,1856 

884. Isaac, / 

884a. Mary, Jan. 26, 1859 

m. June 3, 1885, Charles R. Pineo, and 
had Lillie Primrose, Gordon Sinclair, 
and Violet Elizabeth. 

340. Jacob Ghipman, grandson of Handley Chip- 
man (32), was bom 1787, died 1783. Resided at Annap- 
olis, N. S. He married, 1811, Pheobe Ann Lockwood of 
Comwallis, N. S. He was a wheelright (maker of two 
wheel gigs) and did some farming. 

Five children, — 

884b. Pheobe Ann, born Aug. 25, 1812 

885. George Lockwood, Sept. 17, 1814 

886. Mary Eliza, Aug. 29, 1817 

887. Eunice, July 4,1822 

888. Augusta, 1828 

m. William Keene. 

341. Anthony Chipman, oldest son of Anthony Chip- 
man (120), was born in Gloucester, Mass., July 16, 1786; 
diea June 21, 1870. He lived in Rockport, Mass., until 
1837, in Steuben, Me., 1837-57, and after that in Mill- 
bridge, Me. A shipmaster. He married, first, Nov. 27, 



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ChUd, 


890. 


Child, 


891. 


Anthony, 


892. 


Daniel, 


893. 


George, 


894. 


James, 



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1809, Sarah, daughter of Edmund and Sarah (Tarr) 
Pool; second, Nov. 24, 1820, Sarah (Thurston), widow of 
William Davis. 
Two children by first marriage, four by sebt>nd, — 

died inf. 
died inf. 
bom May 20, 1821 

June 11, 1825 
July 20, 1827 
Dec. 6, 1830; d 1851 

345. Willaim Handley Ghlpmaii, third son of Homes 
Chipman (122), was born in Comwallis, N. S., Feb. 10, 
1801; died at Bridgetown, Feb. 28, 1876. He resided in 
Bridgetown, N. S. where he was a deacon in the Baptist 
Church. He married first, Feb. 14, 1828, Elizabeth 
Troot>, bom J^eb. 15, 1802; died Sept. 22, 1844; second 
Jan. 22, 1846, LoraJne, widow of Dr. Woodbury. 
Four children by first marriafee, two by second, — 
896. Sarah, bom March 29, 1829 

m. Oct. 23, 1852, Abner Bath. 

896. James, Nov. 24, 1830 

m. Nov. 1865, Anna Mitchell. 

897. Henrietta, Feb. 24, 1833; died 

898. William, May 22, 1838 

m. Dec. 8, 1864, Maria Forsyth. 

899. Henrietta, March 14. 1847 

900. Jessie,'*' March 30, 1850 

*H$. Jenle Ghipman, married, Dee. 11, 1883, Leander AUeine 
HuniiDgtoii, and had, AUoe Celeste, b. Jan. 90, 1885; William C, b. fJuly 
10, 1^; Frank A., b. April 6, 1^. AUce Celeste, married Nov. 25, 
1014, Arthur Murdook Whiteside, and had, EUMbeth Ruth, b. Dec 31, 
1016; Arthur Huntington and Alice Haielton, twins, b. June 24, 1018. 



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347. Winkwortfa Allen Cihipman, fifth son of Homes 
Chipman (122}« was bom in Comwallis, N. S., Nov. 10» 

1804 died . A magistrate residing at Kentville, N. S, 

He married first, June 23, 1831, Jane Troop; second. 
May 15, 1839, Olivia Ludlla, daughter of Daniel DeWolf 
of Horton, N. S., tMrd, Oct. 16, 1849, Elizabeth Wilson of 
Falmouth, N. S. 

Three children by first marriage and three by second, — 



901. 


Anna Maria, bom 


June 5. 1832; died 


902. 


Joseph Albert. 


Nov. 23, 1833; d 1865 


903. 


Maria Jane, 


Oct. 21, 1835. died 


904. 


Jessie Catherine, 


April 7, 1841; died 


905. 


Julia Florence, 


Oct. 17, 1842; died 


906. 


Sarah Ludlla, 


Nov. 23, 1844; died 



350. John Andrews Chipman, seventh son of Homes 
Chipman (122), was bom in Comwallis, N.S., May 18, 1812; 
died at Comwallis, N. S., June 27, 1889 He married, 
Feb. 25, 1836, Elizabeth, daughter of Alpheus and Rebecca 
(Eaton) Harris, who was bom May 29, 1812. 

Three children, — 

907. James Andrews, bom Nov. 26, 1838 

908. LudUa Olivia, May 3,1846 

m. Jan. 24, 1866, Albert J . Harris of Can- 
ning N. S. 
908a. Flora Elizabeth, Dec 3, 1860 

351. Zachariah Chipman, eighth son of Homes Chip* 
man (122), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., April 18, 1814; 

died . A merchant living at. St. Stephen's N- B. 

He married, Sept. 15, 1842, Mary Eliza De Wolf of 
Horton, N. S. 



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Nine children, — 

909. Alice Starr* bom Oct. 10, 1843 
909a. Lucy Florence, Nov. 10, 1845 
909b. Annie Fairbanks, Oct. 7, 1847 

910. William Henry, Ftb. 18, 1860; died 
910a. Kate Andrews, March 2, 1852; d 1854 
910b. Laura Edith, May 20, 1854 

911. John Starr DeWolf, April 10. 1856 
911a. Henry Havelock, April 28, 1858; died 
911b. Bessie Thomson, Feb. 19, 1860; died 

355. Thomas Dane Chipmaii, oldest son of Zachariah 
Chipman (123), was bom in Annapolis, N. S., July 27, 



*Sir I.«onard TiUey married (second wife) Alice Starr (909) daugh- 
ter of Zachariah Chipman of St. Stephen, N. B., in 1867 

Their children are Herbert C. Tilley of the Imperial Trust Co., St. 
John, N. B. and L. P. DeWolfe Tilley, barrister of the same place. 

Sir Leonard's second marriage was contracted at the time when he 
was exchanging the limited field of provincial politics for the wider 
sphere which confederation opened up to him m the Parliament of 
Canada. It was a fortunate union, for it gave him a helpmeet and 
companion who was in full sympathy with him in all his hopes and 
feelings and who was singularly well qualified to preside over his 
household, which in his capacity of a minister of the Crown, had become 
to a considerable extent a factor in the public life of Canada. Lady 
Tilley had a high ideal of her duty as tne wife of a cabinet minister 
and of the Gov. of New Bumswick, and was not content to lead a 
merely ornamental life or confine her energies within a narrow range. 

She saw many deficiencies in our appliances for relieving human 
misery and with a zeal which could not be damp^ied, she sou^t to 
remedy them. The Victoria Hospital at Frederiction is her work. 
Here also is the Nurses' home in connection with the Public Hospital 
in St. John and the Reformatory for the bad or neglected boys. In 
every work of philanthropy Lady Tilley has always taken not only 
an active but a leading part, and her position has enabled her to enlist 
in the cause of humanity the energies of many who under other dr* 
cumstances might not have given their attention to philanthropic 
work. Life and times of Sir Leonard Tilley; James Hanay, St. Jonn, 
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1803; died . He lived in Yarmouth, N. S. He was 

coroner of Yaimouth County and, in 1857, Judge of 
the Court of Chancery. He married first, Nov. 26, 1824, 
Mary Alice, daughter of Rev. Harris Harding of Yar- 
mouth, bom April 1, 1806; died March 24, 1838; second 
Dec. 13, 1838, Emily, daughter of Rufus Hubbard. 
Seven children by first marriage, three by second, — 

912. Maria Ann, bom Sept. 12, 1825; d 1806, 

m. Peter Parker, and had Mary Alice, 
Sarah Emily, Thomas Dane, George 
Fletcher, Lalia Jane, Adelaide Cann, 
Richard Crosby, Caroline S., Enoe 
Rogers and Eliza S. 

913. Minor, May 30, 1827 

Lost at sea, 1843. 

914. Lewis Lodowick, April 30, 1829 

915. Mary Alice, Jan. 26, 1831 

m. 1847, RoUin Porter. 

916. Thomas Dane, Dec. 29, 1832 

917. Leilah, April 5,1834 

918. Sarah Elizabeth, April 9. 1837; d 1867 

919. Harriett, Dec. 18, 1839 

m. Jan. 4, 1862, G. Washington Saunders 

920. Susan, March 12, 1841 

m. July 2, 1866, Capt. William E. 
Trefry of Yarmouth, N. S., and had 
Margaret, b. Mar. 25, 1867, Hugh 
Hogarth, b. Sept. 12, 1871; Grace Dar- 
ling, b. April 30, 1873; Amy Gertrude, 
b. Feb. 18, 1877. 

921. Abigail, May 16, 1844 

m. 1869, Asa Porter of Yarmouth, N. S. 



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356. Re?. Homes Ghipman, second son of Zachariah 
Chipman (123), was bom in Annapolis, N. S., Dec. 10, 

1804; died . He was ordained by a Baptist Council 

at Halifax, N. S., Oct. 1846. Was the pastor of churches 
at Ragged Islands, N. S., Searsmont, Harrington and 
Machias, Me., North Oxford, Mass., and Essex, Vt. In 
Jan. 1B27 he married Eliza, daughter of Capt. Alexander 
Bain of Yarmouth, N. S. 

Eight children, — 



922. 


Xerxes Zachanah born 


Nov. 27, 1827 


923. 


Xenophone Alexander 


Sept. 12, 1829 


924. 


Vortiger George, 


Jan. 13, 1833 


926. 


Origen Homes, 


July 7,1836 


926. 


Elizabeth Rowena, 


March 27, 1839 


927. 


Stephen, 


May 7, 1841; died 


928. 


William Wentworth, 


Aug. 16, 1843 


929. 


James Locke Judson, 


Jan. 6,1846 



360. Samuel Bishop Ghipman, elder son of Major 
Chipman (124), was bom in Annapolis, N. S., Aug. 2, 
1803; died Aug. 23, 1855. A merchant living at Wilmot, 
N. S., where he was a deacon in the Baptist Church. 
On Nov. 25, 1825 he married Levida, daughter of John 
Marshall of Annapolis, N. S. 

Three children, — 

930. Edward William, bom Nov. 13, 1826 

931. Milledge Samuel, Dec. 31, 1830 

932. Sophia Louisa, Dec. 26, 1832 

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369. Henry Chipman LL. D., oldest son of Hon. 
Nathaniel Chipman (127), was bom in Tinmouth, Vt., 
July 25, 1784; died March 29, 1867. Was graduated from 
Middlebury College, 1803. He studied law with his father 
and was admitted to the bar at Rutland, Vt., in Nov. 1806. 
Having spent the next year in Jamada, W. I., he then 
spent a year in the office of Hon. Charles C. Pinckney of 
Charleston, S. C. He resided, practicing law, in Walter- 
boro, S. C, 1808-24. Having a disgust for slavery which 
his wife, though a planter's daughter, shared they moved 
in 1824 to Detroit, Mich. In company with a distinguish- 
ed journalist of the time he at first edited and published 
one of the earliest newspapers in the territory, "The 
Michigan Herald." In 1825 and 1840-3 he was Chief 
Justice of Wayne Co. Court; and 1827-32 he was one of 
the U. S. Judges for Michigan Territory. In 1841 and 
years following he was Judge of the District Court. In 
1844 he was one of the vice-presidents of the convention 
held at Baltimore which nominated Henry Clay for pred- 
dent. He continued his professional pursuits until near 
the close of his life, and did well his allotted work. His 
knowledge of law, dignity of character, and good sense 
thoroughly qualified him for the responsible positions 
which he held. As a judge he was upright and irreporach- 
able. He and his wife were members of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church. 

He married. May 12, 1812, Martha Mary, daughter of 
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Six children, 

933. Henry Logan, bom July 17, 1814 

934. Catharine S., 1816 
936. Laura B., Jan. 1818 

m. 1848, Henry L. Chipman (941). 

936. Eliza C, 1823 

m. William L. Baby. 

937. Emma, 1826 

938. John Logan, June 15, 1829 

371. Jeffrey Chipman, second son of Hon. Nathaniel 
Chipman (127), was bom in Tinmouth, Vt., Aug. 8, 
1789; died De^. 1, 1849. He lived in Canandaigua, N. Y., 
where he was a Magistrate, Commissioner of Deeds^ 
and School Commissioner. After 1845 he resided in Kala- 
mazoo. Mich., and was Judge of Kalamazoo County Court. 
In early life a teacher; at different periods a draughtsman 
and surveyor, clerk in a land office and an editor; general 
business-merchant. On April 13, 1814 he married, at 
Arlington, Vt., Lucy, daughter of John and Elizabeth 
(Masters) Baker, bom June 21, 1796. 

Six Children, — 

dl842 



939. 


Lucius Marcus, 


bom 


Nov. 27, 1819 


940. 


John Baker, 




Aug. 8, 1821 


941. 


Henry Laurens, 




Feb. 1, 1823 


942. 


Francis Granger, 




Sept. 1,1827 


943. 
944. 


Delia, 1 
A son, / 




March 27, 1830 



372. Edwin Chipman, third son of Hon. Nathaniel 
Chipman (127), was bom in Rutland, Vt., July 27, 1792; 
died Jan. 1840. He lived in South Carolina, Georgia and 



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THE CHIPMAM FAMILY 107 

Alabama. Going to South Carolina in 1815 he studied 
law with his oldest brother, was admitted to the bar and 
practiced law for a time in partnership with his brother. 
Relinquishing his profession and engaging in the erection 
of mills near Walterboro, Ala., he became involved in debcs 
which he could not pay. Then, in 1822, he suddenly dis- 
appeared and nothing was known of him by his kindred 
for sixteen years. In 1838, in a letter to his father, he 
made known the facts as follows: He left Walterboro 
without even one cent of money, taking only his wearing 
apparel and his horse and saddle. He rode seventy-five 
miles in twenty-four hours and stopping in Barnwell 
District, S. C, worked at the balcksmith's trade one year. 
For the neact three years he worked at that trade in Ham- 
burg, S. C, and Augusta, Ga. He taught school in Bam- 
well District one year and in that year married. Soon 
after that he moved to Montgomery County, Ala., and 
began to amass some wealth which was expended by illness 
in his family. He then began to trade in Coosa County, 
Ala., but was recalled to command the Montgomery 
Regiment against the Creek Indians. Then he became 
contractor for construction of a railroad between West 
Point and Montgomery, Ala. The letter closes with these 
words: ''When I left Colleton District in South Carolina 
I adopted the name of Edward Cullen and am known by 
no other name in Alabama. The object of adopting that 
name and working at the blacksmith's trade was to prevent 
the possibility of discovery. ♦♦♦♦ It has always been my 
intention, as soon as I could acquire the means, to pay 
o£F all demands against me, to resume the name of Edwin 
Cbipman by l^slative enactment, which would be neces- 
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His death was caused by the reccnl of levers used in 
boring an artesian well. Edwin Cbipman (Cullen) mar* 
ried, 1826, Sarah Thompson of Barnwell District, S. C. 

Six children, — 

945. A son, bom died 

946. Theodore, 1828 

947. Oscar, 1830 

948. Evelina, 1833 

949. EdwmC, 1836 

950. George Washmgton, 1839 

373. Gassius Chipman, fourth son of Hon. Nathan- 
iel Chipman (127), was bom in Rutland, Vt., April 12, 

1797; died . He resided in Tinmouth. Vt.. and 

after 1849 in Clinton and Holyoke, Mass., and after 1863 
Ripton, Vt. A farmer. On Nov. 4, 1822 he married 
Sophia, daughter of Luke L., and Betsey Hill, bom July 
23. 1795. 

Eight children, — 

951. Edgar, bom Oct. 29, 1823 

Was at Kingston, Jamaica in 1855 and 
then unmarried. 



952. 


Emily Octavia, 


April 3,1825 


953. 


Louisa, 


Jan. 12, 1827 


954. 


Sarah Elizabeth, 


Dec. 25. 1829; d 1833 


955. 


Charlotte, 


Jan. 16, 1831 


956. 


Julia, 


July 16, 1832 


956. 


Eugenia, 


Oct. 6,1833 


958. 


Ellen. 


Jan. 18, 1837 



376. Oscar Hill Cihipman, fifth son of Hon. Nathan- 
iel Chipman (127), was bom Dec. 23, 1804; died June 



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THB CHIFICAN FAMILY 100 

24, 1863. After spending two years in Middlebury Col- 
lege he practiced law at Manchester, Vt., and was after- 
wards a manufacturer at Russell, N. Y. During the 
early part of the Civil War he was a member of the 36th 
N. Y. Regt. Died while an officer of the Insane Asylum 
at Washington, D. C. Unmarried. 

377. Lemuel Chipman, oldest son of Lemuel Chip- 
man (128), was bom in Pawlet, Vt., 1782; died April 
28, 1844. He lived in Sheldon, N. Y. In 1811 he married 
Laura, daughter of Timothy and Phebe Mead of Man- 
chester, Vt. 

Nine children, — 

959. Assenath, bom Nov. 13, 1812 

m. 1828, Marius C. Humphrey. 

960. Phebe Ann Mead, Feb. 10, 1814 

m. 1837, Nelson E. Marston. 

961. William Fitch, Dec. 27, 1816 

962. Alethia Wheeler, May 7, 1818 

m. 1838, Guy H. Salisbury. 

963. MarshaUMead, Feb. 7,1821 

964. Lafayette, July 17, 1823 

m. 1849, Esther Papson. 

965. Ellen, Dec. 20, 1825 

m. 1852, William Hill. 

966. Laura Adelia, Sept. 2, 1829 

m. 1855, George H. Hewitt. 

967. Edward Warren, Sept. 7, 1831 ;d 1848 

378. Fitch Chipman, second son of Lemuel Chipman 

(128), was bom in Pawlet, Vt., 1785; died . He 

was graduated from Middlebury College, 1808. Resided 



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in Sheldon, N. Y., and Unadilla, Mich. In 1811 he mar- 
ried Sarah, daughter of Job and Hannah (Chipman) 
SpoflFord. 

Eight children, — 

968. Maria, 

969. Lemuel, 

970. Samuel Spofford, 

971. Sarah, 

m. 1839, Alex S. Montague. 

972. Susan, 

m. 1840, Cyrenus Abbot. 

973. Adelaide, 

974. Benjamin Franklin, 

m. 1853, Lucy Ann Ray. No children. 

975. Frances, 

m. 1856, Isaac C. Swift. 

379. Samuel Chipman, th'rd son of Lemuel Chip- 
man (128), was bom in Pawlet, Vt., May 5, 1786; died 
March 5, 1864. He resided in Middlebury, Vt., Richmond, 
Rochester and Sheldon, N. Y., and after ten years spent 
in Michigan he moved, in 1859, to Honeoye Falls, N. Y. 
He was, 1812, a lieutenant in the U. S. A.; 1827-32, editor 
of the ''Rochester Observer," a religious newspaper, and 
in 1833-4 he made well known investigations of the alms^ 
houses, prisons and other institutions of New York. For 
many years following he edited the **Star of Temperance," 
and was distinguished as a lecturer and in his efforts for 
reform in the liquor traffic. The honorary degree of 
Master of Arts was conferred on him by Middlebury 
College in 1839. In 1810 he married Anna, daughter of 
Andrew and Sarah Palmes of Litchfield, Conn. 



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THE CHIFMAN FAMILY 111 

Three chUdren, — 

976. Tapping Reeve, born Feb. 9, 1811 

977. Wilhelmus Mynderse, Feb. 6, 1814 

978. Edward Warren, Dec. 3, 1819 

A soldier in the Civil War. Died at a 
hospital in Washington, D. C, 1862. 

387. Gustavus Dickinson C!hipman, oldest son of 
Darius Chipman (129), was born in Rutland, Vt., 1786; 

died . Graduated from Middlebury College 1808. 

He resided in Middlebury, Vt., Erie, Pa., Tazewell County, 
111., and Missouri. A counsellor-at-law and afterward a 
farmer. He married, first 1809, Charity Calkins of Rut- 
land, Vt. second, 1836, Lucy E Green of Middle- 
bury, N. Y. 

One child by first marriage, — 

979. Austin C, bom March 1, 1811 

390. Horace Darius C!hipnian, second son of Darius 
Chipman (129), was bom in Rutland, Vt.. July 21, 1793; 

died . Resided in Middlebury, Lyndon, Jerusalem 

and Brockport, N. Y., Chipman's Mills, 111., and after 
1848 in Cincinnati, O. A merchant at the head of the 
firm of H. D. Chipman & Co. He married first, May 20, 
1819, Catharine E. Gregory, of Franklin, O., born in 
Danbury, Conn., March 24, 1803; second May 6, 1850, 
Julia A., widow of Harden Branch of New York City. 

Eig^t children by first marriage, — 

980. William Douglas, bom Oct. 31, 1822 

981. DeWitt Clinton, Sept. 21, 1824 

982. Horace Gregory, Aug. 17, 1826 



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Anna Maria, June 21, 1828 
m. 1849, \^illiam C. Starr of Richmond, 
Ind. 

984. Edward Cummings, Jan. 1, 1830; d 1839 

985. Emma Frances, Sept. 5, 1831 

986. Charles Carrol, July 27, 1833; d 1835 

987. Benedict Gregory, March 24, 1838; d 1838 

401. Cyrua Austin Qiipman, oldest son of E>r. Cyrus 
Chipman (131), was bom in Richmond, N. Y., May 15, 

1801; died . Resided in his birthplace untU 1821 

when he moved to Oakland, Mich. Was living, 1848-58, 
in Troy, Mich., and after that in Rochester, Mich. A 
farmer. He married, Sept. 1828, Mary Lawson of Oak- 
land, Mich. 



Eight children, — 




988. 


George Albert, bom 


Nov. 4, 1829 


989. 


Martha Mary, 


Jan. 26, 1832 


990. 


Cyrus Oscar, 


Oct. 11, 1833 


991. 


Henry Sanford, 


Jan. 7,1836 


992. 


Jaques Hulburt, 


July 29, 1838; d 1862 


993. 


Alethia Elizabeth, 


Sept. 16, 1841 


994. 


Jamea Lawson, 


May 2,1844 


995. 


Frances Caroline, 


March 11, 1847; d 1862 



402. Samuel Fitch Qiipman, second son of Dr. 
Cyrus Chipman (131), was bom in Richmond, N. Y., 

May 17, 1803; died . Removing, in 1821, to M ic- 

igan he lived in 1828-41 in Avon, Mich., 1841-58 in Ply- 
mouth. Wis., and after 1863 in Cassville, Vfis. 

A farmer. In March, 1828, he married Melissa Doug. 
las of Pontiac, Mich. 



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Thirteen cbildren, — 


096. 


Fitch James, bom 


997. 


Cyrus Douglas, 


998. 


Cyrus Austin, 


999. 


Guy Fitch. 


1000. 


Jay Douglas, 


1001. 


Samuel Fitch, 


1002. 


Melissa Fitch, 


1003. 


Olivia Melissa, 


1004. 


Charles Elon, 


1005. 


Franklin F., 


1006. 


Samuel Fitch, 


1007. 


Arabella Eliza, 



THE CmPlfAN FAmLT 113 



Oct. 18, 1829; d 1831 
Jan. 22, 1831; died 
Feb. 21. 1832; died 
April 5, 1833; d 1836 
Dec. 14. 1834; d 1839 
June 18. 1837; d 1838 
April 3. 1839; d 1840 
April 16. 1841; d 1842 
Sept. 25. 1842 
April 20, 1844; d 1845 
May 12, 1845; d 1847 
March 27, 1847 
m. 1862, John G. Higgins. 

1008. Cyrus Nathaniel, April 2, 1849; d 1851 

4M. John Marshall Ghlpman, third son of Dr. 
Cyrus Chipman (131), was bom in Richmond, N. Y., Sept. 

6, 1807; died . Resided in Avon, Sterling and 

P<Mtland, Mich. Was in California 1859-67 and there- 
after in Washington, D. C. A farmer. He married, 
183-, Clarissa Perrin of Oakland, Mich. 

Three children, — 

1009. Charles Bennett, bom Sept. 14, 1834 

1010. Ellen Perrin. Jan. 5, 1837 

m. 1857, Edgar Newman. 

1011. Marshall John, Aug. 29, 1847 

405. William Fitch Chipman, fourth son of Dr. 
Cyrus Chipman (131), was bom in Richmond, N. Y., 
Aug. 21, 1809. He lived in Southfield, Mich., and Warren 
and Berlin, Wis. On Aug. 23, 1835 he married Betsey 
Stoddard, bom in Lisle, N. Y., July 3, 1813. 



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114 THE CHIPMAN FAMILY 

Four children, — 

1012. Theodore Stoddard, bom April 24, 1839 

1013. Albion R. Aug. 27, 1841 

1014. Leroy W. Aug. 23, 1843 

1015. Amelia B., Sept. 10, 1845 

406. George Alfred Chipman, fifth son of E>r. Cyrus 

Chlpman (131), was bom in Richmond, N. Y., Aug. 
11, 1811; died Sept. 1837. Resided in Avon, Mich. 

He married, 183-, Eliza Ann Perrin, of Oakland, Mich., 
who married second, Newton. 

One child, — 

1016. Sarah Bennett, bom July 11, 1837 

m. Goodhue. 

407. Daniel Chapln Chipman, sixth son of Dr. 
Cyrus Chipman (131), was bom in Richmond, N. Y., 
Dec. 14, 1813. He lived in Avon, and Royal Oak, Mich., 
and in Plymouth, Wis. A farmer. He married, Sept. 10, 
1834, Philere Almira Calkins of Shelby, Mich. 

Seven children, — 

1017. Cyril D., born July 2, 1835 

A member of 13th Reg. U. S. V.. died 
at Smithton, Kentucky, Nov. 5, 1862. 

1018. Harriett Arabella, July 9, 1837 

m. 1856, Joseph Jackson. 

1019. Caroline Matilda, Feb. 9, 1840 

m. 1857, Thomas Tibbals. 

1020. Lucy Elizabeth, June 9, 1841 

1021. Edmund Kearsley, April 14, 1843 

1022. Samuel Melvin, Oct. 18, 1846 

1023. Sophia Philene, April 17; 1850 



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410. John Spofford Ghipman, oldest son of Hon. 
Samuel Chipman (132), was bom in Vergennes, Vt., 

Aug. 8, 1788; died . He re died in Waddington, 

N. Y., and was a member of the legislature. He married, 
first, Oct. 12, 1818, Mary Colfax of New London, 
Conn.; second, Sept. 25, 1848, Sarah Richards Stoddard 
of New London, Conn. 

Six children by first marriage, one by second, — 

1024. Mary Robins, born Aug. 16, 1819 

m. 1847, Stillman Foote. 

1025. Hannah Eliza, Aug. 24, 1821 

m. 1841, William M. Hitchcock. 

1026. George Colfax, Feb. 28, 1824 

1027. William Colfax, March 11, 1826 

1028. Charlotte, April 17, 1828 

m. 1847, Benjamin F. Sherman, M. D. 

1029. Elizabeth Huntington, April 24, 1830; died 

1030. Mary, Aug. 7, 1849 

411. Ralph Chipman, second son of Samuel Chip- 
man (132), was bom in Vergennes, Vt., June 29, 1790; 
died . He lived at Madrid, N. Y. A merchant. 

He married, first, May 23, 1813, Sophia, daughter of 
James and Ruth Martindale, born in Salem, Mass., 1793; 
second, Nov. 25, 1830, Joanna Martindale of Lawrence, 
N.Y. 

Six children by first marriage, two by second, — 



1031. 


Daniel Oscar, bom 


July 3, 1814; d 1815 


1032. 


Sarah Ann, 


June 10, 1816 


1033. 


Charlotte Catharine, 


June 4, 1818; d 1819 


1034. 


Fanny Catharine, 


July 20, 1821 


1035. 


James Martindale, 


June 19, 1823; d 1841 



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1036. Samuel Austin, Aug. 26, 1825; d 1826 

1037. Henry Clinton, Sept. 1831 

1038. Joanna Sophia, Nov. 10, 1832 

419. Oscar Harry Qiipman, M. D., fifth son of 
Samuel Chipman (132), was bom in Vergennes, Vt., Nov. 
16, 1807. A physician. He resided at Troy, Mich., for 
about twenty years, and after 1865 at Grand Rapids, 
Mich. On Oct. 18, 1835 he married Amanda Spencer 
Rogers of Pottsdam, N. Y. 

Three children, — 

1039. Samuel Spencer, bom April 16, 1837 

1040. Louisa Amanda, Oct. 8, 1841 

1041. Hobart Henry, Aug. 16, 1843 

422. George Cbipman, son of Daniel Chipman LL. 
D. (133), was bom in Middlebury, Vt., May 25, 1799, 
died 1869. He was graduated from Harvard Coll^;e in 
1818 and began the practice of law at Middlebury, Vt., 
residing at Middlebury, and Ripton, Vt. He was, 1827-30, 
State's Attorney for Addison County, Vt., and Judge of 
the Addison County Court, 1846-8. For several years 
preceeding his death he resided in Washington, D. C. 
On Feb. 20, 1823 he married Elizabeth A., daughter of 
Anthony Rhodes of Middlebury, Vt. 

Three children, — 

1042. Daniel Austin, bom Dec. 17, 1830 

1043. George Rhodes, May 11, 1835 

1044. Holden Rhodes, Dec. 1840; died 

438. Stephen Chipman, oldest son of Amos Chp-; 
man (140), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., April 8, 17781 



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died . Lived for a time in Sunderland, and then 

removed to one of the Western States. He married Esther 
Waterhouse. 
Nine children, — 

1045. James W., bom April 16, 1798 

1046. Norman April 12, 1800 

1047. Ami, Aug. 20, 1802 

1048. AbigaU, Aug. 26, 1804 

1049. Anne, Aug. 27, 1806 

1050. Gideon, 1808 

1051. John, Aug. 4, 1810 

1052. JuUa, Nov. 13, 1812 

1053. Beulah, Dec. 10, 1815 

441. John Boardman Qiipman, second son of Amos 
Chipman (140) was bom in Sunderland, Vt., April 1, 

1785; died . A merchant residing in Lansingburg, 

N. Y., until about 1867, when he moved to Clinton, N. 
Y. On Feb. 3, 1812 he married Anne Hicock. 

Nine children, — 

1054. James Hicock, bom Oct. 31, 1812 

1055. John Boardman, April 7, 1815 

m. April 13, 1847, Caroline T. Flower. 



1056. 


Walter, 


Aug. 7.1820 


1057. 


Anna, 


Nov. 8,1822 


1058. 


Norman, 


Jan. 21, 1825 


1059. 


Frances Elizabeth, 


July, 1827 


1060. 


C3mthia Page, 


Oct. 1829 


1061. 


Mary Blatchford. 


Jan., 1832 


1062. 


Abi{^ Louisa, 


July, 1837 



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118 THB CmPMAN FAMILT 

443. Amos C!hipmaii, third son of Amos Chipmao 
(140), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., April 27, 1789; died 
In 1867 he was a resident of PaviUkm, Micfa. 



He married Hannah Jager, 


Seven children, — 


1063. 


Daniel, 


1064. 


Beulah, 


1065. 


A daughter, 


1066. 


Abigail, 


1067. 


Walter, 


1068. 


Amos, 


1069. 


Hiram, 



444. Horatio Qilpman, fourth son of Amos Chipman 
(140), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., March 2, 1792; died 
March 1846. A farmer. In 1837 he moved to Pavillion, 
Mich. He married about 1816, Azurbah Landon of Arling- 
ton, Vt. 

One child, — 

1070. Boardman, bora 1818 

445. Walter Qilpmaii, fifth son of Amos Chipman 
(140), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., Nov. 6, 1794; died 
1866. He resided at Shoreham, Vt., Ticonderoga, N. Y., 
and after 1857 in New York City. He married, Oct. 
1838, Mary Ann Dorwin of New Haven, Vt. 

One child, — 

1071. Mary Ann, bom Nov. 22, 1839 

446. Hiram Chipman, sucth son of Amos Chipman 
(140), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., May 6, 1797; died 
Sept. 8, 1837. Having previously resided in Sunderland, 



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he removed with his family, in 1836, to Kalamazoo, Mich. 
He married Sarah, daughter ot Amoe Doyle, ol Sunder- 
land, Vt. 
Six children, — 

1072. Jane A., 

m. Norton Pomeroy. 

1073. Adeline E., 

m. W. Sutherland. 

1074. AzelN., 

m. Cynthia Isaacs. 

1075. Amos J., bom Oct. 25, 1836 

1076. MUonM., about 1838 

1077. Andrew W., 

447. Azel Cihipinail, seventh son of Amos Chipman 
(140), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., Feb. 23, 1800; died 

. He lived at Shoreham, Vt., until 1858 when he 

moved to Racine, Wis. A merchant. He married, 1886, 
Eliza Baldwin of Shoreham. 

Three children, — 

1078. Emma, bom July. 1839 

1079. Charles VanAllen, Oct., 1846 

1080. Herman. 

448. Amos Qiipman, oldest son of Jesse Chipman 
(142), was bom in Salisbury, Conn., Nov. 5, 1781; died 

. He resided at Comwall, Vt., for a time and in 

1850 was living in Rochester, N. Y. In 1803 he married 
Abigail Hubbard. 

Four children, — 

1081. Leander, 

1082. Edwin, 

1083. Jane, m. Wi\aon Hubbard. 

1084. Harriett, m. Darling. 



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452. WllUam Qiipman, second son ol Jesse Chip- 
man (142), was born in Cornwall, Vt., Jan. 10, 1789; 
died May 6, 1855. He lived, 1810-33 in Malone, N. Y. 
and afterward in Owasso, Mich. About 1815 he married, 
Ada Minot of Cornwall, Vt. 

Three children, — 

1085. Anson Burrall, born Dec. 27, 1812 

1086. Isaac Minor, Nov. 1817 

1087. William Rufus, July, 1822 

453. Luther Ghipman,third son of Jesse Chipman 
(142), was bom in Cornwall, Vt., Aug. 29, 1791; died 

. He resided in Malone, N. Y., until about 1849 

when he moved to Plainfield and then to Unadilla, Mich. 
He married, about 1818, Eusebia Whipple. 

Four children, — 

1088. Charles, 

1089. Dwight, 

1090. Mariette, 

1091. Emily. 

454. Calvin Chipman, fourth son of Jesse Chipman 
(142), was born in Cornwall, Vt., Dec. 24, 1793; died 

. He lived in Ellisburg and in South Rutland, 

N. Y. and after 1832 in Lima, Mich. He was a soldier 
in the War of 1812 and was, with his whole company, 
captured and carried to Canada. He married in Ellis- 
burg, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1816, Celinda, daughter of James 
Barney of Halifax, Vt. 

Thirteen children, — 

1092-99, inclusive, died in childhood. 



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THE CHIPMAN FAMILY 121 

1100. Harriett Celinda, bom Feb. 2, 1820 
m. 1st, L. R. K. Hammond; m. 2nd» 



Henry Nordman. 




1101. Rachel Mary, 


June 14, 1825; d 1842 


1102. Calvin Zelotes, 


June 7,1827 


1103. Luanda Zeoleda, 


Dec. 15, 1828 


m. Andrew Spofford. 




1104. Caroline Augusta, 


Jan. 3, 1838 



456. Elcm Lee Ghipman, fifth son of Jesse Chipman 
(142), was bom in Comwall, Vt., Sept. 8, 1797; died 

. Lived in Bombay and Ogden, N. Y. Removed 

before 1858 to Hudson, Mich. He married first, about 
1826, Rebecca Kesley of Bombay, N. Y.; second, July 
28, 1855, Hannah Van Aken. 

Seven children by first marriage, — 

1105. Betsey, m. William Darling. 

1106. Marilla, m. Daniel Buchanan. 

1107. Mary, m. Henry Dean. 

1108. Albert, died. 

1109. Delia, m. Marvin Moxon. 

1110. Buell, 

1111. Laura. 

469. Julius Preston Qiipman, seventh son of Jesse 
Chipman, (142), was bom in Comwall, Vt., July 18, 1803; 
died in Huntington. Vt., Dec 24, 1874. He lived for a 
number of years in Malone, N. Y., moving to Burlington, 
Vt. in 1846. Then he lived at Charlotte and Hinesburgh, 
Vt., where he worked at his trade of blacksmith. In 1858 
his sons urged him to buy a farm at Huntington, where 
he spent the remainder of his life. On Nov. 15, 1839, 



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122 THB CmPMAM FAMILT 

he married Jane Brown Connor, widow of Tristam Con* 
ner, who was bom July 26, 1804. 
Three children, — 

1112. Jesse P., bom Oct. 6, 1840 

1113. Charles L., Oct. 28, 1842 

1114. Mary Jane, Dec. 26, 1849 

467. Atmer Cihipmaiit son of Bamabas Lothrop 
Chipman (144), was bom August 16, 1800; died 1885. 

Resided at Portland, Ontario. Married, 18 , Eliza* 

beth , daughter of 

Four sons, — 

1115. Jonathans., bom 1831 

1116. Barnabas L, 1835 

1117. Stephen E., 1839 

1118. ElonE., 1846 

468. Stephen Cihipmaii, son of Bamabas Lothrop 
Chipman, (144), was bom in Johnstown, Leeds County, 
Canada, August 8, 1805; died at American Fork, Utah, 
Feb. 17, 1868. He was an early settler of Utah (1847), 
moving there from Bastard, Canada West while yet in 
young manhood. A sturdy farmer and cattle man, and 
a breeder of fine horses. Was a member of the Church of 
Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, conmionly called "Mor- 
mons/' 

Married, first, Amanda Washbum, bom Sept. 8, 1805; 
died March 16, 1872; second, Phebe Davis, daughter of 
)^^iam Davis of Kinnerly Parish, Shropshire, England, 
who was bom Oct. 10, 1828. 
Six children by first wife, seven by second, — 
UlO.i Beulah bom Feb. 18, 1827 

m. David Grant of Salt Lake City, Utah 



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THE CHIPMAM FAMILY 128 

1120. Washburn, April 4,1829 

1121. Sinah, Sept. 13, 1831 

m. Marcb 24, 1874, John S. Eldridge, 
son of Alanson and Esther (Suther- 
land) Eldridge. 

1122. William Henry, Feb. 1,1834 

1123. James, April 9,1839 

1124. Martha, Nov. 27, 1844 

m. Sept. 11, 1863, Theodore Harring- 
tcm, son of Leonard E. and Louise 
(Russell) Harrington of American 
Fork, Utah. 

1125. Phebe, Dec. 5, 1852 

1126. Betsey, Nov. 20, 1854 

1127. Stephen Davis, March 3, 1857 

1128. Blanche, May 2,1860 

1129. Milton, Dec. 15, 1862 

1130. OUve, May 9,1864 

1131. Bertha, April 6,1868 

47§. Heman Cihipman, oldest son of Ammi Chip- 
man (145), was bom in Vermont, 1786; died in Illinois, 
1843. 

Married about 1808. 

Eight children, — 

1132. Ammi, 

1133. Nathaniel, 

1134. Heman, 

1135. Ezra, 

1136. Martin, 

1137. George, 

1138. Amanda, 

1139. Flora. 



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124 THE CHIPMAN FAMILY 

471. Isaac Cihipman, second son of Ammi Chipman 
(145), was bom in Vermont, 1788; died in Illinois, 1855. 
Married about 1811. 



bom Jan. 4, 1813 



Sixch 


ildren, — 


1140. 


Chancy 


1141. 


Albert, 


1142. 


Ansel, 


1143. 


John, 


1144. 


Mahala, 




m. Azil Gile. 


1145. 


Laura, 




m. S. Beebe. 



472. Harry Qiipman, third son of Ammi Chipman 
(145), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., Feb. 15, 1790; died 
at Eastons Comers, Ontario, March 5, 1880. Removed to 
Upper Canada with his father's family in the winter of 
1795, travelling via Lake Champlain to Montreal, thence 
up the St. Lawrence River to Elizabethtown. His father 
selected Lot 13, Concession VI, Township of Bastard as 
his home. After his father's death in 1808, he remained 
with his mother and brothers until about 1811 when he 
purchased part of Lot 18, Concession V of Bastard, where 
he continued to reside until 1876. He was a farmer, mak- 
ing not only a living from his poor farm, but educating 
his children beyond die ordinary requirements of that day. 
An active man in early life; he was afflicted with blind- 
ness from cataract for over fifteen years before his death. 
In 1876 he removed to Eastons Comers to reside with 
his daughter. 

Married, first, about 1811, , who died 

June 19, 1812; second April 2, 1815, Lucy, daughter of 



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Turner LUlie of Elizabethtown, Ont., who was bom Jan. 
23, 1792, died Dec. 17, 1858; third, Oct. 30, 1860, Rachael 
Day, who died April 27, 1871. 
Four children by second marriage, — 

1146. Merrick, bom Feb. 16, 1816; d 1819 

1147. Ralph. Sept. 8, 1818; d 1820 

1148. Lewis, March 17, 1820 

1149. Julia Ann, March 17, 1822 

m. March 12, 1866, George Brown of 
Elastons Comers, Ont. 

474. Truman Ghipman, fourth son of Animi Chip- 
man (146), was bom in Sunderland, Vt., July 10, 1794; 
died in Kankakee, 111., May 14, 1872. A resident of 
Ogdensburg, N. Y. and Momence, 111. On March 20, 
1817, he married Sarah Cowdry, who was bom June 7, 
1796. 



Eight children, — 






1150. 


Harriet, 


bom 


Sept. 30, 1819 


1161. 


William, 




Sept. 27, 1822 


1152. 


Edward, 




July 14, 1824 


1163. 






June 22, 1826 


1154. 


Maria, 




March 12, 1828 


1156. 


Walter, 




July 9, 1829 


1156. 


Cyrus, 




May 31, 1832 


1157. 


Amelia, 




Oct. 22, 1836 


476. 


Levi Chipmi 


Ein, fifth 


son of Ammi C 



(145), was bom in Canada, 1798; died in Kankakee, III., 
Feb. 17, 1874. He married Mary Walker, who died Sept. 
23, 1878. 
Two children, — 

1158. Elizabeth, 

1159. Sarah. 



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481. Norman Ghipman, oldest son of Joseph Chip- 
man (148), was born in Waterbuiy, Vt., May 12, 1797; 
died in Clinton, Iowa, Nov. 6, 1881. Went to Ohio when 
about eighteen years old and from 1829 to 1840 lived at 
Milford, Ohio, going from there to Marysville and living 
there until 1845 when he moved to Illinois. In 1847 he 
moved to Iowa and in 1849 to Washington, Iowa where he 
kept the Iowa House during the California gold craze. 
He afterward was a grocer and later built a brick block 
and was in the dry goods bu^ness. He was a Congrega- 
tionalist. An ardent Mason, he was one of the fathers of 
Masonry in that part of the West. Brig.-Gen. of Ohio 
Militia in the 40's and represented the first ward in the 
first dty council of Washington, Iowa. 

Married at St. Albans, Ohio, June 21, 1821, Sarah 
Wilson Parker bom at Cambridge, Vt., May 3, 1799; 
died at Washington, Iowa, Feb. 18, 1861. 

Ten children, — 



1160. 


Norman Parker bom April 4, 1822; d 1829 


1161. 


Son, June 29, 1823; died 


1162. 


Norton Case, June 27, 1824 ; d 1829 


1163. 


Cynthia Asenath, March 9, 1828; d 1829 


1164. 


Cynthia, Feb. 1, 1830; died 


1165. 


Susan Bennett, Jan. 25, 1831 




m. 1856, Rev. W. H. Wilson of Wash- 




ington, Iowa. 


1166. 


Norton Parker, March 7, 1835 


1167. 


Celia Wilson, Aug. 21, 1836 




m. 1864, Rev. J. Granville Coudan. 


1168. 


Helen Mar, July 3,1839 




m. Luther Dawson. 


1169. 


Norman Victor, Sept. 6, 1844; d 1850 



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THB CHIPMNA PAHILT 127 

482. Helton Qilpman, second son of Joseph Chip- 
man (148) was born in Rutland, Vt., Jan. 11, 1799. Mar- 
ried Lucy Hopkins of Homer, Licking County, Ohio. 

Eight children, — 

1170. Lucy Hopkins, bom Nov. 11, 1825 

m. March 30, 1848, Cable Nash of 
South Bend, Indiana. 

1171. Philena, Dec. 27, 1827 

m. March 30, 1848, D. J. M. Rowe of 
Buchanan, Mich. 

1172. Rachel Parthenia, May 11, 1830 

m. May 1849, John Brown of Goshen, 
Indiana. 

1173. Cynthia Florilla, Sept. 22, 1832 

m. Sept. 1848, Chauncy M. Payn of 
Goshen, Indiana. 

1174. Austa lanthe, Jan. 24, 1835 

m. Lateer. 

1175. Delia, Oct. 2, 1837 

m. May 20, 1860, John G. Hudson. 

1176. Holton Cassius, May 4, 1841 

died April 1891, at Coldwater, Mich. 

1177. Marilla, Nov. 4, 1844 

m. 1861, Frank Johnson of Niles, Mich. 

483. Don Alonzo Chipman, third son of Joseph Chip- 
man (148), was bom April 17, 1801. Married at Bur- 
lington, Ohio, Betsy Dickey; and lived in Defiance, Ohio. 

Five diUdren,— 1178-1182. 

484. Orrin Chipman, fourth son of Joseph Chipman 
(148), was bom in Jerico, Vt., Oct. 4, 1803; died at Rich- 



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pen, the effusions of whidi, sometinies in verse, were oc- 
casionally published. In 1810 he became a member of the 
South Church and in the following year was chosen deacon. 
Until he reached an advanced age he was an acceptable 
lay-preacher when aid from him was desired. 

He married, 1805, Elizabeth, daughter of James and 
Mary (Proctor) Gray of Salem, Mass., bom July 22, 1788; 
died April 8, 1860. 



Twelve children, — 




1363. 


Richard Manning, 


bom Jan. 12, 1806 


1364. 


Andrew Mansfield, 


March 26, 1807 


1365. 


Mary Elizabeth F., 


April 12, 1809; d 1838 


1366. 


Eleazer Moses, 


June 30, 1811 


1367. 


Sarah Cloutman, 


Sept. 16. 1813 




m. 1837, John B. 


Porter. 


1368. 


Betsey Gray, 


Oct. 20, 1815 




m. 1838, Maj. Hiram P. Barker. 


1369. 


Thomas, 


April 12, 1818 


1370. 


Henry, 


April26. 1820; d 1821 


1371. 


Henry Gray, 


Oct. 15, 1822 


1372. 


Susan Poor, 


Feb. 2. 1825; d 1850 


1373. 


James Gray, 


March 23, 1827 


1374. 


Ward, 


Dec. 19, 1830: d 1855 



593. Samuel Ghlpman, snth son of Jchn Chipman 
(204), was bom in Salem, Mass., Sept. 11, 1791; died 
Feb. 11, 1867. A cabinet maker and shoe manufacturer 
residing in Marlborough, Mass. He was selectman 
1844-5, and postmaster for several years, on Nov. 24, 
1863, he and his wife cdebrated their golden wedding. 
He married, Nov. 24, 1813, Edith, daughter of Simeon 
and Abigail Guilford of Danvers, Mass. 



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Ten cbildren, — 

1375. A daughter, bom March 12, 1816; died 

1376. Samuel Adams, March 16, 1817 

1377. John, Oct. 1,1818 

1378. George Washington, Jan. 23, 1820 

1379. Albert, Sept. 15, 1821 ; died 

1380. Abigail Needham, May 18, 1826 

m. 1842, Marshall Dadmun of Marl- 
borough, Mass. 

1381. Mary Elizabeth, July 19, 1826 

m. 1847, John B. Thompson of Boston. 

1382. Albert, Sept. 19, 1827; died 
1883. Charlotte Ann, May 23, 1833 

m. July 4, 1850, Hiran N. Steams of 
Boston. 

1384. Lucy Maria, Sept. 19, 1837; d 1867 

594. Ward ChipmBn^ oldest son of Thomas Chipman 
(208), was bom in Salem, Mass., Aug. 22, 1779; died 
Jan. 20, 1858. A ship master, living in Salem. He mar- 
ried. May 24, 1812, Mary Hodges of Salem. 

One child, — 

1385. Anstice, bom March 30, 1815 

m. 1839, Daniel Perkins of Salem, Mass 

602. James Edward Ghipman, oldest son of John 
Hale Chipman (218), was bom in Beverly, Mass., Nov. 
17, 1834. A farmer, residing in Beverly. On Sept. 5, 
1858, he married Martha W., daughter of Ebenezer and 
Ruth (Pousland) Moses. 

Two children, — 

1386. Elizabeth Frances, bom Jan. 5, 1860; d 1880 

1387. James Henry, June 1863 



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605. John Hale Qilpman, fourth son of John Hale 
Chipman (218), was bom in Beverly, Mass., Oct. 2, 1838; 
died July 4, 1866. A shoe manufacturer, residing in 
Beverly. He served in the Civil War as captain of a 
company in the Fifth Mass. Reg. U. S. V. He served his 
country loyally until captured and imprisoned by the 
rebels, and after being released he returned home broken 
in health and soon died. On Feb. 14, 1861 he married 
Martha E. Patch. 

One child, — 

1388. Frank E., bom Oct. 17, 1861 

608. Silas Chipmaiiy oldest son of Jacob Chipman 
(226), was bom in Bridgewater, Mass., 1795; died Nov. 
1829. He resided in Hingham, Mass. Married about 

1818, Lucy 

Three diildren, — 

1389. William Hughes, bom 1819 

1390. Edward H., 1820 

1391. Lucy J., 1822 

m. 1842, Richard A. Hunt of Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 

611. Lloyd Chipman, second son of Jacob Chipman 
(226), was bom in Bridgewater, Mass., about 1804; died 

. A hotel-keeper in Wareham, Mass. He married 

Hannah White. 
Three children, — 

1392. William Hughes. 

1393. George, 

1394. Sarah E. 

m. 1864 Elisha B. Homer of Methuen, Maas. 



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619. Thomas Weeton C!hipman, son of Rev. Joseph 
Chipman (227), was bom in Van's Creek, Ga., April 13, 
1812. Lived near Beechland, Ark. He married, Sept. 20, 
1831, Lavina M. Coy. 



Nine children, — 




1395. 


Mary Ann, bom 


July 30, 1832 


1396. 


Joseph Henry, 


May 16, 1834; d 1836 


1397. 


John E. R, L., 


June 4,1836 


1398. 


Eliza Jane, 


June 3,1838 


1399. 


Nancy, 


June 29, 1840; d 1843 


1400. 


Sarah, 


Nov. 29, 1842 


1401. 


Elbridge A. Lee, 


June 6,1847 


1402. 


James Thomas Augustus, 




1403. 


William Edward Robert, 


Oct. 25, 1848 



625. Charles Chipman, oldest son of Benjamin Chip- 
man (231), was bom in Taunton, Mass., Feb. 4, 1777; 
died June 6, 1867. Resided in Poland, Me., for several 
years, in early manhood with the Shakers. A manufac- 
turer of spinning wheels and a house crapenter, also a 
successful farmer. He held various dvil offices in hb 
town. On Dec. 25, 1805, he married Dorcas Harris, 
bom Jan. 10, 1781. 

Nine children, — 

1404. Lewis, bom Dec. 21, 1806 

1405. Mary, July 10, 1808 

m. 1835, Seth C. Lane. 

1406. Olive, Feb. 4, 1810; d 1830 

1407. Sarah Jane, Aug. 12, 1811 
I m. 1837, Moses Wharfl. 

1408. Lydia, March 18, 1815 

m. 1837, Capt. James Sturdivant. 



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1400. Amo6 Harris, March 16, 1817 

1410. Abigail, July 29, 1819 

m. 1840, Thomas A. Drown M. D. 

1411. Lucy Atkinson, June 28, 1822 

m. 1847, Charles H. Mason. 

1412. Caroline Delphini, June 15, 1826 

m. 1848, William Townsend. 

628. James Chipman, second son of Benjamin Chip* 
man (231), was bom in Poland, Me., Dec. 25, 1782; died 
Aug. 25, 1853. He lived in Poland, Me., on the homestead 
which was his father's and filled various offices in his town 
and county. A farmer and mechanic. In 1805 he mar* 
ried Hannah Currier, bom in Newbury, Mass. 

Six children, — 

1413. Sophronia, bom Nov. 11, 1805 

m. Ansel Gurney of Hebron, Me. 

1414. John Currier, July 7, 1807; d 1829 

1415. Sarah Carr, March 20, 1809 

m. Lorenzo Merrill of New Gloucester, 
Me. 

1416. James, Aug. 26> 1811 

1417. Alden Bradford, June 12, 1814 

1418. Hiram, Aug. 15. 1818 

631. Wadsworth Chipman, third son of Benjamin 
Chipman (231), was born in Poland, Me., Sept. 23, 1802; 
di^ May 2, 1876. He lived in Sidney, 1823-36, and there- 
after in Waterville, Me. A superior mechanic and a worthy 
and much respected man. In 1824 he married Philomela 
Bacon, bom in Frankfort, Me., May 23, 1802. 

Six children, — 

1419. Benjamin Wadsworth, b. Dec. 30, 1824 



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1420. 


Mary Augusta, 
m. 1845, Hiram Bacon. 


Feb. 12, 1826 


1421. 


Charles D. H., 


June 18, 1818; d 1836 


1422. 


Sarah Frances, 


July 30, 1831; d 1860 


1423. 


Charles Dexter, 


Aug. 26, 1836 


1424. 


Harriet Spring, 


Feb. 20, 1841; died 



632. Seth Chipman, oldest son of WilUam Chip- 
man (236), was born in Minot, Me., May 9, 1788; died 

. He resided in Poland, Me., until attaining his 

majority when he moved to the West. A farmer and 
sfnnning wheel maker. He resided, 1847, in Whitehall, 
111., and was Judge of the Green County (111.) Court. 
He went to Texas in 1849 or 50, where he died. He mar- 
ried, about 1818, Sarah Lorton. 

Seven children, — 

1425. Nfimcy, m. Gordon Bacon. 

1426. Arsenath, m. Allen Lovelate. 

1427. Elizabeth, m. William Bradshaw. 

1428. Lucy, m. 1st. W. H. McPhail ; 2nd, W. D. Dillon 

1429. Susan Ann, m. 1st, Lewis Croons; 2nd, — Hicks 

1430. Abigail, m. 1st, L. Morris; 2nd, Thompson 

1431. Mary, m. 1st, Hiram Cook; 2nd, David Makewell. 

633. Joahua Chipman, second son of William Chip- 
man (236), was bom in Minot, Me., March 5, 1790; died 
Dec. 13, 1870. A farmer, living in Hebron, Minot, King- 
field and New Portland, Me. He married first, Feb. 18, 
1816, Hannah Wood, bom in Middleborough, Mass., April 

16, 1790; second, Nov. 2, 1849, Polly, widow of 

Larrabee. 



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Six children by first marriage, — 

1432. Caroline, bom Feb. 28, 1817 

m. 1834, Maj.-Gen. Eliphalet D. Bray. 

1433. RoziUa, Aug. 16, 1818 

m. 1838, Alfred C. Thompson. 

1434. Louisa, June 2, 1820; d 1846 

1435. Samuel Prescott, May 20, 1823 

1436. Joshua Franklin, \ xm u a tooA 

1437. Hannah Elizabeth, / ^^^ «' ^^^ 

m. 1847. William L. GUbert. 

634. Simeon Chipmany third son of William Chip- 
man (236), was bom in Poland, Me., Aug. 29, 1791; died 
Jan. 10, 1832. A blacksmith, living in Paris, Me. About 
1822 he married Orphah Shaw, daughter of Capt. Jairus 
Shaw of Paris, Maine. 

Three children, — 

1438. Jarius Shaw, bom May 5, 1824; d 1868 

1439. Rufus, April 3, 1826; d 1832 

1440. Albion, July 3, 1828 

638. Charlee Chipman, fourth son of William Chip* 
man (236), was born in Poland, Me,, Nov. 30, 1799; 
died March 14, 1869. A farmer, living in Oxford, Me. 
On April 8, 1826 he married AUura L. Pompelly, bom in 
Tumer, Me., March 12, 1798. 

Four children, — 

1441. Esther Lane, born Sept. 30, 1827 

1442. Sarah Tme, Jan. 20, 1830 

m. 1847, Charles Merrill. 

1443. Jane Merrill, Feb. 11, 1832; d 1833 

1444. Hannah Verona, Aug. 19, 1834 



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THE CHIPBCAN FAMILY 151 

640. Amo8 Qiipman, fifth son of William Chipman 
(236), was bom in Poland, Me., Sept. 16, 1801; died Feb. 
9, 1877. He married Mary Deane, bom in Oxford, April 
27, 1803. No children. 

641. Albion Chipman, sixth son of William Chip- 
man (236), was bom in Poland, Me., ; died Feb. 

25, 1840. On July 28, 1833 he married Caroline L. Leonard 
of Bridgewater, Mass., and resided in Duxbury, Mass., 
where he was killed by the wheels of a heavily loaded 
cart passing over him. 

642. Cjmis Chipman, seventh son of William Chip- 
man (236), was bom in Poland, Me., March 31, 1807; 
died Jan. 1892. Married Hepsabeth Mann of Paris, Me. 
No children. 

643. Summer Chipman, eighth son of William Chip- 
man (236), was bora in Hebron, Me., Oct. 31, 1809; died 
May 27, 1886. A blacksmith, living in Bethel, Me., 
Gorham and Shelbume, N. H. He kept, in Gorham, a 
public house for two years and was postmaster during 
that time. He married, Oct. 20, 1836, Ann Chandler, 
bom in Chatham, N. H., March 4, 1809. 

Three children, — 

1445. Seth Lane, bom March 30, 1838 

1446. Lydia Merrill, Jan 23, 1840; d 1842 

1447. Lydia Merrill, June 20, 1843 

644. William Chipman, ninth son of William Chip- 
man (236), was bom in Hebron, Me., Dec. 8, 1812; died 
April 18, 1885. He lived in Kingfield, Augusta, Belgrade 
and Portland, Me. He married, Dec. 24, 1835, Clymena 
Savage bom in Anson, Me., Jan. 1816. 



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Three children, — 

1448. Eliza Jane, born Oct. 3, 1837; d 1830 

1449. Charles Pike, Nov. 20, 1839 

1450. George William, May 2, 1845 

448. Benjamin Clhipmany oldest son of Daniel Chip- 
man (240), was bom in Poland, Me., June 21, 1796; died 

. On June 3, 1822, he married Mary Hodgdon, 

bom Dec. 21, 1802. 

Eleven children, — 

1451. Willard Woodbury, b. March 27, 1825 

1452. Margaret Mayberry, Aug. 11, 1826 

1453. Mary Caroline, July 27, 1828 

1454. Summer Woodbury, Sept. 28, 1830 

1455. Freeland Marble, Sept. 15, 1832 

1456. Ruby Waterman, Dec. 29, 1834 

1457. Elmer Harris, Sept. 24, 1836 

1458. Wilbur Fisk, Dec. 2, 1838 

1459. Sarah Durell, Aug. 19, 1840 

1460. Ostinelli Durell, Sept. 30, 1842; d 1845 

1461. Viola Anna, April 30, 1844 

651. Jesse Chipman, third son of Daniel Chipman 

(240), was born Aug. 1803; died in Georgia. He 

left home when twenty years old and roamed about the 
country several years, working at his trade of brick-mason. 
He visited, in succession, Boston, Lowell, New York, 
Buffalo and Cincinnati, and then went down the river on 
a raft to New Orleans. From there he went to Mont- 
gomery, Ala., and then to the "gold region" of Northern 
Georgia, at that time infested by the Cherokee Indians. 



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For 6ome reason he changed his name to Chapman and 

his descendants retain that name. About 1837 he married 
Esley Wright. 

Twelve children, — 

1462. Louisa, bom Oct. 30, 1838 

1463. Lyman A., June 20, 1840 

1464. Tripp Ann, Jan. 11, 1843 

1465. Charies. Dec. 9, 1844 

1466. Udlla, Feb. 6,1847 

1467. Joseph D., May 8. 1849 

Z. c^' } 

1470. Mary, Aug. 15, 1853 

1471. Elphus, Sept. 28, 1854 

1472. Royal, Feb. 28, 1857 

1473. Wyley, Feb. 14, 1861 



652. Lyman Beecher Chipman, fourth son of Daniel 
Chipman (240), was born in Poland, Me., May 15, 1806; 
died in Raymond, Me., Feb. 4, 1875. In early manhood 
he held a commission as Captain of an Infantry Company. 
On Feb. 12, 1831, he married Mary Holland Jackson, 
bom March 18, 1808; died Oct. 4, 1876. 



Six children, — 




1474. Anna M., bom 


Jan. 23, 1832 


1475. Dorothy Jackson, 


Jan. 12, 1835 


1476. Susan Maria, 


April 1, 1836 


1477. Orrin Greenleaf, 


Aug. 2,1837 


1478. Daniel H., 


Dec. 28, 1846 


1479. Ella Grace, 


Nov. 26, 1851; died 



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659. Walter Chlpman, third son of Joseph Chipman 
(243), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Jan. 25, 1793; 
died March 13, 1837. Resided in Bamstable. He mar- 
ried first, Phebe Window Crocker of Bamstable; second, 
1832, Temperance Crocker. 



Nine Children, — 




1480. 


Joseph, bom 


June 10, 1814 


1481. 


Daniel, 


Aug. 30, 1816; died 


1482. 


Elizabeth, 
m. George Bass. • 


Aug. 23, 1818 


1483. 


Walter, 


May 19, 1820; died 


1484. 


Walter, 


Aug. 9,1822 


1486. 


Phebe Winslow, 


Oct. 8, 1824; died 


1486. 


Phebe VTmslow, 
m. Barney Connor. 


Feb. 1,1827 


1487. 


Lydia Crocker, 


Jan. 20, 1830 


1488. 


A child. 


Jan. 15, 1832; died 



660. Barnabas Chipman, fourth son of Joseph Chip- 
man (243), was bom in Bamstable, Mass., Feb. 9, 1795; 
died May 16, 1848. A broker, residing in Bamstable 
and Boston, Mass., and Philadelphia, Pa. 

He married, first, Aug. 29, 1816, Elizabeth Childs of 
Bamstable; second, Dec. 27, 1835, Elizabeth Hinkley of 
Bamstable. 

Seven children by first marriage, two by second, — 

}Z ^w^ ] bom July 25, 1819 

1490. Washington, J j ^ ' 

1491. Mary, Feb. 22, 1822 

m. Henry Turner. 

1492. Nelson. June 20, 1824; died 

1493. Nelson, Oct. 13, 1828 



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THB CHIPMAN FAMILY 155 

1494. Marcus Morton, Oct. 8, 1830 

1495. Henry Clay, April 25, 1834 

1496. Hannah Hinckley, April 12, 1837; d 1840 

1497. Howard, July 17, 1844 

661. Isaac C!hipman, fifth son of Joseph Chipman 
(243), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., April 3, 1797; died 
after 1867. A hatter, residing in Barnstable. 

On Oct. 8, 1820 he married Relief Scudder of Hyannis, 
Mass. 

Two children — 

1498. Caroline, bom Feb. 21, 1823 
m. 1848, G. W. Doane, M. D. 

1499. William, Oct. 1, 1827 

664. Hon. Isaac Clhipmany oldest son of Gen. Tim- 
othy F. Chipman (246), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., March 
15, 1787; died in Crown Point, N. Y., May 10, 1871. 
A farmer. He held many town ofiices and was Representa- 
tive to the Legislature from Shoreham and Senator from 
Addison County. He became a member of the Congrega- 
tional Church in 1821. On Feb. 17, 1812 he married Sarah, 
daughter of Samuel and Martha (Salmon) Hemenway, 
bom in Shrewsbury, Mass., Jan. 23, 1791. 

Seven children, — 

1500. Samuel Hemenway, b. May 22, 1813 

1501. Laura Selenda, Oct. 31, 1817 

1502. Hannah Almeda, July 4, 1819 

m. 1842, Edgar Seymour Catlin. 

1503. Harriett MariUa, May 18, 1822 

1504. Silas Winslow, March 16, 1826 
1605. Sarah JuUette, Feb. 14, 1830 

m. 1858, William Terenson Smart. 
1506. Timothy FuUer, Oct. 4, 1832; d 1847 



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676. Alvan Chipman, oldest son of Daniel Chipman 
(249), was bom in Waltham, Vt., Feb. 26, 1794. A farmer, 
residing in Constable, N. Y. He married, Feb. 15, 1818, 
Sophia Grennel. 

Seven children,— 1507-13. 

680, Orlln Ghipnum, third son of Daniel Chipman 
(249), was bom in Waltham, Vt., CXrt. 24, 1800; died about 
1850. He lived in Waltham until 1841 when he moved to 
Fentonville, Mich. He married. May 8, 1827, Sarah M. 
Burritt of Vergennes, Vt., who married second 1854, 
Charles Churchill of Bloomfield, Midi. 

Nine children, — 

1514. Mary Lathrop. bom March 80, 1828 

m. 1844, Lafayette Thompson of Fen- 
tonville, Mich. 

1515. William Burritt, Dec. 14, 1829; d 1838 

1516. Orlin Gordon, April 19, 1832 

1517. George, Jan. 23, 1834; d 1840 

1518. Daniel Francis, Aug. 30, 1836 

1519. Frederick Andrews, March 18, 1840 

1520. LovettBbcby, May 18, 1843 

1521. Sarah Maria, Dec. 15, 1845 

1522. Charles Norman, March 19, 1847 

686. Ansel Chipman, oldest son of Barnabas Chip- 
man (251), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., May 6, 1793. 
Lived in Shoreham, Vt. and Rochester, O. In Feb. 1819 
he married Elizabeth Cole. 

Four children, — 

1523. William W., bom Jan. 6, 1820 



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1524. Edward E. 1826; died 

1525. Edward S. 1831 

1526. Harriett A. 1884 

688. Cyrus Ghipman, second son of Barnabas Chip- 
man (251), was bom in Sbm^ham, Vt., April 2, 1789; 

died — . A grocer, residing in Troy, N. Y. He 

married, about 1828, Emeline Bishop of Crown Point, 
N. Y. 

Five children, — 

1527. Sarah, bom 1831; died 

1528. Henry, 1834; died 

1529. Sarah, 1836 

1530. Louisa, 1838 

1531. Henry, 1840; died 

689. John Smith Chipman, third son of Barnabas 
Chipman (251), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., Aug. 10, 1800; 
died before 1878. He was graduated from Middlebury 
College in 1823 and became a counsellor at law. Resided 
at Niles, Mich., and was Representative to Congress from 
that state. About 1852, he moved to California. He 
married, Oct., 1824, Frances Larrabee of Ticonderoga, 
NY. 

Two children, — 

1532. William H., born Feb. 1826 

1533. Frances C, July 1882 

690. Samuel Chipman, fourth son of Barnabas Chip- 
man (251), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., May 13, 1802; 

died . A merchant. He resided at CentreviHe, 

Mich., where he was for many years poeitmaster. He 
married at Shoreham, Dec. 25, 1823, Mary Criggo. 



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One child, — 

1634. Mary Ann, bom Aug. 22, 1824 

m. 1847, George B. Hewings. 

693. Joseph N. Chlpman, oldest son of Russell Chip- 
man (253), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., Sept. 18, 1803; 
died Nov. 14, 1870. He was graduated from Middlebury 
College, 1828. A counsellor at law, residing at Niles, 
Mich., and Nevada, Cal. He was Judge of the Cass County 
(Mich.) Court and mayor of Nevada, Cal. After his 
return from Califomia he was ordained a Baptist Misister. 
He married, Dec. 19, 1839, Anne, daughter of Robert 
Wilson of Niles, Mich., who was bom Dec. 25, 1822; 
died march 7, 1906. 

Three children, — 

1535. Laura Anne, bom Oct. 5, 1840 

1536. Robert Russell, Aug. 12, 1844; d 1883 

1537. Sylvester Burchard, Aug. 19, 1847 ;d 1862 

695. Lorenzo Quincy Ghipman, third son of Russell 
Chipman (253), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., May 3, 1810; 
died in Chicago, May, 1898. Married, 1838, Marietta, 
daughter of Silas Rowley of Shoreham, Vt., who was bom 
Oct. 12, 1819; died 1895 

Two children, — 

1538. A son, bom d inf. 

1539. Emily Frances, May 2, 1840 

m. Henry A. Ford. 



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THE CHIPMAN FAMILY 159 

696. Ashley Burchard Ghipman, fourth son of 
Russell Chipman (253), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., Aug. 
12, 1812; died at Musk^on. Mich.. Feb. 12, 1892. A 
merchant in Bridport, Vt., and Niles, Mich. On July 
21, 1842, he married Julia Ann, daughter of Silas Rowley 
of Shoreham, Vt., who was bom July 1, 1821. 

Two children, — 

1540. Gordon Nelson, bom July 8, 1845 

1541. Ella Jane, Dec. 10, 1850 

699. Russel Mason Chipman fifth son of Russell 
Chipman (253), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., April 14, 
1821; died Dec. 9, 1849. A merchant in Bridport, Vt. 
He married Sarah Wilcox of Bridport. 

One child, — 

1542. Russell Burchard. 

707. Thomas Qiipman son of Hadsell Chipman (265), 
was bom in Sandwich, Mass., about 1793; died July, 1851. 
Resided in Sandwich. On Jan 30, 1814, he married Sarah 
Higgins of Wellfleet, Mass. 

Nine children, — 

1543. Bethia, bom April 7,1816 

m. Joseph Perkins of Newburyport, 
Mass. 

1544. Sarah, Nov. 16, 1817 

m. Sands Skilley of Middlebourgh, Mass. 

1545. Mary, Feb. 3, 1828 

1546. Hannah R., Nov. 6,1829 

m. 1848, James H. Braleigh of Middle- 
bourgh. 

1547. George W.H., Dec. 24, 1832 

1548. Lucy Anna, April 19, 1834 



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1540. Thomas H., May 27, 1836 

1550. Joeeph Perkins, Nov. 9, 1838 

1551. IsabelleB., March 7,1841 

715. Jonathan EUis Chipman, second son of Benja- 
min Chipman (267), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., July 
27, 1803; died Sept. 24, 1859. He lived in Sandwich 
where he married, Oct. 28, 1824, Celia Bassett. 

Nine Children, — 

1552. James Freeman, bom Aug. 19, 1825 

1553. Mary, Nov. 12, 1827 

m. 1847, Samuel Lawrence of Falmouth, 
Mass. 

1554. Charles, Dec. 23, 1829 

1555. George Nye, April 17, 1832 

1556. Henry Oscar, Dec. 1, 1834; d 1838 

1557. Walter M., Feb. 24, 1837 

1558. William N., 

1559. Cynthia, 1843 

1560. AnnaR., 1846; d 1853 

716. John Henry Chipmant third son of Benjamin 
Chipman (267), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., Dec. 11, 
1805; died March 6, 1849. He was a carpenter, residing 
in Sandwich. He married, May 6, 1827, Hannah Howland 

Nye. 



Eight children, — 




1561. Benjamin, born 


March 25, 1829 


1562. Job Howland, 


March 14, 1830 


1563. JoshiaNye, 


Feb. 28, 1832; d 1839 


1564. John H^iy, 


July 18. 1834 


1566. Harriette Nye, 


Sept. 17, 1836; d 1838 



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161 



1566. Warren Howland, 

1567. Mehetable Nye 

1568. Elisha Bartlett, 



Nov. 16, 1839 
March 29, 1841 
Feb. 12, 1846; d 1849 



720. Stephen Skiff Qiipmaiiy second son of Stephen 
S. Chipman (268), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., July 23, 

179ft; died . He married, Oct. 19, 1828, Temperance 

Fish. 



Five children, — 

1569. Mary Davis, bom 

1570. Eliza Freeman, 

1571. Stephen Skiff, 

1572. Joseph Fish, 

1573. Nathaniel Hoxie, 



Aug. 17, 1829 

Nov. 8.1831 

March 8,1834 

May 1836; died 
Oct. 8, 1847; d 1853 



725. Joseph Chipman, son of John Chipman (272), 
was bom in Sussex Co., Deleware, Oct. 28, 1794; died June 
9, 1840. Resided in Delaware. Married, first, April 12, 
1820, Nancy Short; second. Oct. 22. 1834, Leah Neval; 
third, Nancy Heam. 

Four children by first marriage, two by second, and 
two by third, — 



1674. 


Isaac S, bom Oct. 15, 1821 ; d young 


1675. 


John, 


Oct. 16, 1823 


1676. 


James H., 


May 3,1827 


1677. 


Samuel A., 


July 9,1829 


1578. 


Joseph, 


Dec. 26, 1836; died 


1679. 


WiUiam, 


March 18, 1837 


1680. 


Thomas H., 


Jan. 13, 1839 


1681. 


Sarah J„ 


Oct. 17, 1840 



m. David Moore of Laurel, Del. 



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727. James Chlpman, oldest son of John Chiiman 
(277), was bom in Deep River, N, C, Feb- 2, 1786; died 



• 


n lanner. ne mamea. 


XBU7, Mary Mai 


Ten cfaUdren,— 




1582. 


John M., bora 


April 4,1808 


1583. 


Elizabeth, 
m. Jonathan Gardner. 


July 18, 1810 


1584. 


Ann, 
m. Beeson Armfidd. 


181 


1585. 


Paris, 


Jan. 8.1812 


1586. 


William. 


Jan. 28. 1815 


1587. 


Mary, 
m. Andrew Gray. 


Jan. 28. 1817 


1588. 


James. 


April 11. 1819 


1589. 


Joseph, 


April 27. 1821 


1590. 


Emily, 


Oct. 9.1823 


1691. 


Lucy, 


Sq>t. 8.1828 



728. Jesse Chipmaiit second son of John Chipman 
(277), was born in Deep River, N. ۥ, May 23, 1786; 
died before 1849. Married Harriet McKinney and they 
had children. 

733. Obadiah Ghlpmaiif fourth son of John Chipman, 
(277), was bom in Deep River, N. C, Aug. 7, 1795; died 

. A farmer, living at Deep River. He married* 

first, 1815, Keziah Davis; second, 1826, Sarah Armfield. 

Four children by first marriage, six by second, — 

1592. Adeline, bom Oct. 22, 1816 
I m. Aneston Wheeler. 

1593. Bartlett, Dec. 27, 1818 

m. Mary Winston. 



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1694« Elizabeth, March 20, 1821 ; died 

1596. Solomon, Jan. 20, 1824; died 

1596. Kedah, Dec. 31, 1827 

1597. Lurania, Feb. 1,1830; died 

1598. Ann Peratine, Oct. 24, 1832 

1599. Joseph, Aug. 31, 1835 

1600. Jesbe Winston, Feb. 22, 1839 

1601. Laura Elizabeth, Sept. 16, 1841 

734. Stephen Chlpmaiit fifth son of John Chipmaii 
(277), was bom in E>eep River, N. C, Feb. 25, 1798; 
died Feb. 11, 1842. A farmer. He married, April 17, 
1834, Martha Gray. 

Four children, — 

1602. Harriett Jane, bom Jan. 28, 1836 

1603. John Gilbert, Sept. 23, 1836 

1604. Andrew Gray, Jan. 4, 1839 

1605. Mary Louisa, March 24, 1841 

735. Rachel Caiipmaiif daughter of John Chipman 
(277), was bom in GuUford County, N. C, Oct. 3, 1800; 
died 1887. Her first son was l^ally christened Thomas 
Chalkly Chipman and this record will consider only her 
descendants through him. She married Baraett Idol and 
had John, Joseph, Stephen, Ruth, Bamett V., George and 
Jesse C. Idol. 

1606. Thomas Chalkly, bom Aug. 23, 1822 

738. Hezekiah Chipman, oldest son of Paris Chipman 
(278). was bom in Deep River, N. C, April 10. 1791. 
He married Sarah Lewis and lived in Mississippi. Several 
children. 



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740. Joel Ghipman, third son of Paris Chipman (278), 
was bora in Deep River, N. C, Jan. 23, 1793; died 1886. 
A farmer, residing at Deep River on the homestead estab* 
lished by his grandfather. He was for a number of years 
postmaster. On June 1, 1820, he married Lucena, daughter 
of William Stanley, born Sept. 2. 1798. 

Five children, — 

1607. Louisa Ann, born April 29, 1821 

m. 1845, John Saunders, M. D.; 
second, 1866, Judge James N. Nelson, 
of Greensboro, N. C. 

1608. Rebecca Emily, Jan. 11, 1823 

m. Oct. 31, 1838, Joseph J. Yarborough. 

1609. Julia Minerva, Jan. 7, 1826 

m. Claiborne Watkins. 

1610. William Saunders, Sept. 6, 1830; died 

1611. James R. S., Aug. 16, 1836 

m. Mercedes Lopez of Mexico and 
they had 4 children. He died in 
Mexico about 1907. 

746* Stephen Ghipman, oldest son of Benjamin Chip- 
man (281), was bom in Kent Co., Del., July 13, 1798; 
died June 13, 1848. He lived in Kent County. Married 
\nna Ware. 

Four children, — 

1612. John. 

1613. Benjamin, 

1614. Susan, 
1616. Elizabeth. 



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747. David Chlpman, second son of Benjam in Chip- 
man (281), was bom in Kent Co., Del., May 13, 1800. 
Married, Dec. 23, 1825, Ann Gray and resided in Doveft 
Del. No children. 

749. Levi Cliipmaiiy third son of Benjamin Chipman 
(281), was bom in Kent County, Del., Sept. 18, 1804. 
A farmer. He married, first, 1825, Rebecca Ware; second 
1827, Delilah Cook. 

One child by first marri^^, four by second, — 

1616. Elizabeth, bom 1826 

1617. Mary, 

1618. Sarah, 

1619. Daniel, 

1620. David. 

750. Samuel M. Chipman, fourth son of Benjamin 
Chipman (281), was bom in Kent County, Del., May 
22, 1807. A farmer He married, first, Susan Flowers; 
second, Ann Thomas. 

Two children by first marriage, four by second, — 

1621. Mary Jane, 

1622. Margaret, 

1623. Betsey, 

1624. Susan, 

1625. Benjamin, 

1626. Samuel. 

756. Rev. Draper Chipman third son of Paris Chip- 
man (282), was bom in Bath County, Ky., April ll^ 

1814; died . On Jan. 12, 1839, he was licensed to 

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df the M. E. Church. During successive year^ he was 
stationed at various towns in Indiana. In 1856 he was 
transfered to the Kentucky conference and three years 
bter to Kansas. He married, first* Nov. 24, 1836* Manila 
D. Seaver; second, June 27, 1839, Alice E. Kirby. 
Three diildren by second marriage,— 

1627. Vemulyea Talbot, b. April 16, 1840; d 1861 

1628. Draper Kirby, May 23, 1842 

Killed at the Battle of Chickamanga, 
Sept. 23, 1863. 

1629. William Fisk, Oct. 24, 1844 

766. William Ghlpman, oldest son of Samud Chip- 
man (295), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., Aug. 1, 1798. 
He resided in Wellfleet. On May 22, 1839, he married 
Patty L., widow of James Lewis. 

One child, — 

1630. Dorcas Cobb, 

m. 1857, Jeremiah Harding of Wellfleet. 

768. Isaiah Mayo Chlpman, third son of Samuel M. 
Chipman (295), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., July 5, 1801. , 

Lived in Wellfleet, Mass., and Portland, Me. On Oct. <; 

7, 1827, he married Ruth Smith of Wellfleet. 

Seven children, — 



1631. 


Minerva Dyer, bora 


March 16. 1828: died 


1632. 


Thankful Atwood, 


Sept. 24, 1829 


1633. 


Mberva Dyer, 


April 15, 1831 


1634. 


Mary Stephens, 


March 3.1833 


1636. 


George Hitchins, 


July 29. 1836 


1636. 


Christiana W., 


Oct. 29. 1838 


1637. 


Martha Sniith, 


Dec. 8.1840 



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769. Nathaniel Atwood GhiiMiiaii« fourth son of Sam* 
bd M. Chipman (295), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., 
Oct. 2, 1803. A fish dealer, residing in Wellfleet and 
South Boston, Mass. On Sept. 30, 1825, he married 
Minerva S. Dyer of Wdlfleet. 

Rve children, — 

1638. Rebecca Atwood, b. March 4, 1826 

1639. Isaiah Mayo, March 23, 1828 

1640. WUliam, Dec. 18, 1830; d 1860 

1641. Caleb Dyer, July 9,1833 

1642. Sarah Ann, April 3,1836 

. 774. Elisha Eldredge Oiipmaiit fifth son of Samud 
M. Chipman (295), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., Jan. 0, 
1817. Uved in Wellfleet. In 1841 he married Luanda 
Cole. 
Five children, — 

1643. Samuel Mayo, bom Nov. 15, 1841 

1644. Mary Atwood, July 31, 1843 

m. 1864, John Newcomb of Salem. 

1645. Abigail Snow, Dec. 26, 1845 

1646. Daniel Cole, Sept. 22, 1846; died 

1647. Lucretia Frances, July 26, 1848 

778. David Mayo Chipmaiit son of David Chipman 
(296), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., May 21, 1811. Re- 
idded in Charlestown, Mass. He married, Nov. 26, 1884, 
Qizabeth, widow of Rufus Richardson of Wellfleet. 

Four children, — 

1648. Elizabeth Mayo, bom March 29, 1837 

1649. David RusseU, Sept. 16, 1841 

1650. WUliam Orrin, April 27, 1847 

1651. LorindaR., Dec. 9, 1849; d 1861 



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782. Thomas Mayo Caiipman, oldest son of Ebenezer 
Chipman (298), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., Nov. 3, 1807. 
Lived in Wellfleet. On June 13, 1839, he married Pamelia 
Stubbs of Wellfleet, bom June 15, 1813. 

Three children, — 

1652. William Harris, bom May 16, 1840 

1653. Albert Freeman, Aug. 31, 1844 

1654. Clara Lewis, Aug. 2, 1847 

783. John Qiipman, second son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (298), was born in Wellfleet, Mass., Sept. 30, 1809. 
A resident of Wellfleet. He married first, Dec. 11, 1833. 
Eunice N. Young; second, June 26, 1836, Sarah H., widow 
of Elisha Mayo and daughter of Joseph Swett of Truro, 
Mass. 

Six children by second marriage, — 



1655. 


John Carver, bom 


Jan. 11, 1838 


1656. 


William Bradford, 


Aug. 24, 1839; d 1841 


1657. 


Edward Winslow, 


Feb. 11, 1841; d 1842 


1658. 


Sarah Higgins, 


Jan. 17, 1843 


1659. 


William Bradford, 


April 27, 1844 


1660. 


Joseph Swett, 


Aug. 29, 1846 



785. Ebenezer Chipman, fourth son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (298), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass., Nov. 14, 1813* 
A fish dealer, residing in Boston. On Nov. 20, 1836 he 
married Abigail Hickman. 

Five children, — 

1661. Martha Higgins, bom 1839 

1662. Clarissa Smith, 1841 

1663. Alonzo, 1843; died 

1664. A daughter, 1845; died 

1665. William Wesley, 1846 



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786. Danid Mayo Caiipman, fifth son of Ebenezer 
Chipman (298), wa^^ born in Wellfleet, Mass., April 23, 
1816. A resident of Wellfleet. He married, July 17. 1842 
Deliverance A. Smith. 

Three children, — 

1666. Martha Ann, bom Dec. 5, 1842 

1667. Henry Austin, Jan. 28, 1844 

1668. Betsey Mary, Oct. 13, 1846; d 1848 

793. Hiram Chipman, son of Ebenezer Chipman (301), 
was bom in Waterbury, Conn., March 24, 1822. A resident 
of Waterbury and Woodbury, Conn. On Sept. 2, 1842 
he married Phebe Johnson. 

Four children, — 

1669. Cyrilla L., bom June 25, 1843 

1670. Benjamin F., Nov. 9, 1844 

1671. Chauncy H., Feb. 16, 1846 

1672. Elizabeth, Jan. 6,1849 

794. William Henry Chipman, oldest son of Stephen 
Chipman (302), was bom in Barre, Mass., Oct. 3, 1796. 
A carpenter, living in Boston. He married but had no 
children. 

795. Stephen Chipman, second son of Stephen Chip- 
man (302), was born in Barre, Mass., July 4, 1798; died 
July 10, 1842. Resided in Mendon and Northbridge, 
Mass. Married, Feb. 1, 1826, Phebe Cass of Mendon, 
who was bom July 1, 1806; died Nov. 1, 1893. 

Four children, — 

1673. Stephen Robinson, b. April 11, 1828 

1674. William Henry, Feb. 1.1831 

1675. Oliver, Jan. 18, 1838 

1676. Phebe, died inf 



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8M. Cyras ChifMnaii, oldest son of Perez Chipman 
803), was bom in Barre, Mass., Mardi 15, 1801. He lived 
In Hafdwick and Greenwich, Mass. About 1825 he mar* 
ried Mary Hasldns. 

Eleven children, — 

1677. Mary Maria, 

1678. Edward Sylvester, 
1670. Massena Clark, 

1680. Sarah, died 

1681. Caroline, died 

1682. Hellen, died 

1683. Evelina Augusta, 

1684. Harriett, 

1685. Henry Mason, died 

1686. Delia, 

1687. A child. 

801. Chester Wolcott Ghipmaiit M« D., second son of 
Perez Chipman (303), was born in Barre, Mass., May 31, 
1805; died . Resided in Rochester, N. Y., and Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Married first, Aug. 3, 1830, Mary, daughter 
of Christopher Bowman ; second, Oct. 28, 1832, Martha Jane 
daughter of Dr. Barnabas Wright of Nunda, N. Y. 

Four children by second marriage, — 

1688. Ludan J., bom Aug. 25, 1833; d ied 

1689. Edward Everett, Jan. 14, 1836; d 1838 

1690. Edgar Marcellus, June 7, 1837 
Charles EvereU, Sept. 6, 1841; died 

802« Edward Nichols Chipman, third son of Perez 
Chipman (303), was bom in Barre, Mass., Feb. 1, 1807; 
died Ju'y 20, 1850. A mason, residing in Enfield, Conn. 
He married Louisa Wright. 



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Five diildren, — 
1691. CardineE.» 
1602. Edward H., 
1698. Francis, 

1604. Danid Maaon, 

1605. AlonzoO. 

^ 863. Ghariea Chlpman, fourth son of Perez Chipman 
(303), was bom in Barre, Mass., Sept. 20, 1809. A resident 
of Sdtuate and Boston, Mass. A man much respected 
ps ''trustworthy, upright and wdl-rpindpled." He was 
for many years an official member of the Salem St. Coag. 
Church in Boston. He married .Elizabeth C. Tild^i of 
Sdtuate. 
Seven children, — 

1606. Charle> Edmund, b. April 14, 1832 

1607. WiUiamWirt, May 0,1834 

1608. Elizabeth Coleman, Dec. 24, 1838 

m. July 22, 1858, Alonzo C. Tenney 
of Boston. 

1690. Daniel Mason, Oct. 24, 1841 

1700. James C.W., Aug. 23, 1843 

1701. Caroline Arsenath, Jan. 26, 1846 

1702. Frank Tilden, Aug. 24, 1848 

805. Cutler Chipmaii, fifth son of Perez Chipman (303), 
was bom in Barre, Mass., Aug. 14, 1815; died Oct. 7, 1870. 
He lived in Georgia and South Carolina. Married in 
Augusta, Ga., Sarah Smith of Ellsworth, Maine. 

One child, — 

1703. HeUen Maria. 



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M8. Sylvanus Ghlpman, elder son of Israd Chipman 

(306), was bom in Wellfleet, Mass.. Oct. 1, 1788; died . 

He resided in Bucksport, Me. Married Sarah Gesner. 

Nine children. — 

1703a Mce. bom • Jan. 21, 1813 

m. 1842, John Curtb. 

1704. Lucy R., Feb. 14. 1816 

1705. Arsenath, Oct. 29, 1819 
1706/ Sarah W. May 7, 1823; d 1826 

1707. Sylvanus. Jan. 27, 1825; d 1849 

1708. Charles R., Nov. 24, 1827 

1709. JohnC, May 7, 1829; d 1848 

1710. Stephen, March 1, 1835 

1711. Sarah N., Nov. 23, 1837; d 1841 

809. Stephen Ghlpman, younger son of Israel Chip- 
man (306), was bom in Wellfieet, Mass., Feb. 28, 1790; 

died . A resident of Bucksport, Me. On Oct. 6, 

1814 he married Polly Lewis. 

Eleven children, — 

1712. Jonathan R., bom Jan. 2, 1816 

1713. Israel C, March 17, 1818 
1713a. Ellen B., Aug. 16, 1821 

m. 1847, Capt. Littleton Reed. 

1714. Isaiah L., Feb. 6,1823 

1715. Stephen, May 2, 1825 

1716. William E., Oct. 25, 1827 

1717. Sylvanus, Jan. 9, 1830 

1718. Joseph N., May 7,1832 

1719. George A., Oct. 27, 1834 

1720. Mary Frances, June 5. 1837 
172L Eliza CO., Jan. 20, 1840 



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815. Horatio Nelson Chipmaiit M. D., second son of 
Charies Chipman (310), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., 
1808. He received his education at Edinburgh Scotland, 
and resided in Nassau, Bahama Islands, W. I. In June 
1832 he married Sarah Ann, daughter of Maj. Richard 
Garland of the Bahamas. 

Seven children,— 1722-28. 

816. diaries Dixon Chipman, third son of Charles 

Chipman (310), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., 1810; 
died in New York City, April 27, 1882. A continuous 
resident of New York after 1848. On April 27, 1848, he 
married Naomi, daughter of Rev. D. P. McQuillen of 
Newburyport, Mass. 

Four children, — 

1729. Alice Parker, bom July 7, 1849; d 1879 

1730. Josephine, March 14, 1851 ;d 1868 

1731. Charles Dixon, March 21, 1853; d 1863 

1732. Anna Louise, Sept. 23, 1856 

m. Nov. 4, 1879, Rev. Robert Bruce Hull. 



826. John Allen Chipman, oldest son of Daniel Chip* 

man (317), was born in Comwallis, N. S., Sept. 27, 1812; 
died at Dorchester, N. B., July 23, 1880. He resided 
chiefly at Amherst, N. S., where he was in business as a 
commission and lumber merchant for a number of years. 
Lived at Buctouche, N. B., for about three years, return- 
ing to Amherst about 1854. Was postmaster at Amherst 
for twenty-five years. Shortly before his death, he moved 
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On Dec. 18, 1844, he married Abbie Wbidden, daught^ 
of Thomas Ingersol and Rachel (Pearson) Brown of Fort 
Belcher. Onslow, Novia Scotia; who was bom May 17« 
1821;died March 18, 1896. 

Eight children, — 

1732a Charles, bom Oct. 3, 1845; d 1873 

1733. Thomas, May 6, 1847 

1734. Mary Adams, Dec. 25, 1848; unm. 

1735. Robert Whidden, Feb. 21, 1851 

1736. John McGrath, June 1, 1853 

died Sept. 17, 1905, unmarried. 

1737. Fenwick WUliams, Dec. 15, 1854; d inf. 

1738. Clarence Campbell, May 24, 1856 

1739. Russell Hope, April 29, 1859 

827. George EUsha Ghipman, second son of Daniel 

Chipman (317), was bom in ComwalHs, N. S., Feb. 1815; 
died at Auckland, New Zealand. Married and lived for 
some years in Nova Scotia, and then emigrated with his 
family to New Zealand. Had three or four sons. 

830. James Blowers Martsrr Chipman, oldest son of 
Jared IngersoU Chipman (321), was bom in Halifax, N. S., 
Jan. 9, 1815; died at Como, near Montreal, in 1901. He 
went to Montreal about 1849, and became manager of the 
International Insurance Company, continuing in the in- 
surance business until his retirement. In 1844, he married 
Caroline Fulker Knox, daughter of Brown Stimpson of 
Thomaston, Maine. 

Seven children, — 

1740. Clarence Jared Hill, bom 1845 

1741. Warwick William Lawrence, Oct. 29, 1846 



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1742. 


Blanche Kent, 
m. Allen C. Renaud. 


im 


1743. 


Fred. Sutherland. 


1851 


1744. 


Frank Norton. 


1853 


1745. 


Edith Maude. 


1855; unnv 


1746. 


Ethel Beatrice, 


1856 



m. Rev. Charles Wright of Lanigan, 
Saskatchewan, Canada. 

836. John R. U. Ghlpman, third son of Jared Ingersoll 
Chipman (321), was bom in Halifax, N. S., 1828; died at 
Toronto, about 1888. He was manager of the Colonial 
Securities Company. Married Clara Whidden of Halifax 
No children. 

838. Brook Watson Cbipman, elder son of John 
Huston Chipman (326), was born in \^lmot, N. S.» 
Jan. 30, 1802: died 1874. Resided at Wtlmot. In Sept. 
1831 he married Mary, daughter of of Foster Woodbury. 

Four children — 

1747. James Edward, bom 

1748. Brook Watson, X835 

1749. Mary, m. Whitney T. Harris 

1750. John Albert. 

840. William Huston Chipman, younger son of John 
Huston Chipman (326), was born in Wilmot, N« S., Oct. 
14, 1806. A resident of Wilmot. He married, Feb. 19. 
1839, Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Dodge. 

Fou; children, — 

1751. Charlotte Rebecca, b. June 8, 1840 

1752. Jeanette Brown, Nov. 10, 1842 

1753. Elizabeth Rowe, Sept. 23, 1845 

1754. Harriett Olivia, March 8, 1848 



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846. Thomas Handley Cliipmaii, oldest son of Samuel 
L. Chipman (333), was born at Nictaux, N. S., Dec 10, 

1834; died . An extensive farmer at Round Hill, 

N. S. He married, Sept. 22, 1865, Mary Elizabeth, daughter 
of Elias and Mary (Cooper) Tapper of Tupperville, N. S. 

Eight children, — 

1756. Fred Allister, bom 

1756. Lizzie M. A. 

m. Lewis Grant 

1757. Annie. 

m. Capt. Tingley of Wolfville, N. S. 

1758. Samuel Tupper, July, 1870 

1759. Louis WilUam. Nov. 2,1872 

1760. Harry Edgar Harrison, 1874 

1761. Arabelle. Jan. 17, 1879 

m. Joseph Harris. 

1762. Thomas Handley, March 26, 1883 

Went overseas in 1914 with first con- 
tingent; was gassed and wounded but 
fully recovered. 

849. James Albert Chipman, third son of Samuel L. 
Chipman (333), was bom in Nictaux, N. S., June 20, 
1840; died July, 1902. Resided at Halifax, N. S. H6ad of 
the firm of J. A. Chipman & Co., Millers and Commission 
Merchants. Married first. May 1, 1869, Annabelle, 
daughter of James Tupper; second, Oct. 2, 1891, Mary 
Jane McLean. 

Four children by first marriage, one by second, — 

1763. Samuel Lord, bom Feb. 2, 1872; d 1886 

1764. Isabel Tupper, Sept. 24, 1873 

1765. Annie Parker. Dec. 3, 1874; d 1875 



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176C. Annie Parker, Dec. 1, 1875; d 1876 

1767. J. Alberta, Dec. 4,1893 

m. Nov. 26, 1915, Andrew W. Thomson 
of Berwick, N. S., and has one child, 
Marion Isabel, b. June 6, 1917. 

850. Frederick Miles Chipmaiit fourth son of Samuel 

L. Chipman (333), was bom in Nictaux, N. S., July 19, 
1844; died March 4, 1916. A farmer, living on the old 
homestead formerly owned by his father and grandfather. 
Married Feb. 28, 1871, Annie, daughter of Geoiie W. 
Fisher of Somerset, N. S. 
Six children, — 

1768. Fred A.. bom April 12, 1873 

1769. Ernest L.. June 1, 1877 

1770. Ella Maud, Feb. 9,1880 

m. Dec. 24, 1907, Frank R. Elliott of 
Middleton, N. S., and has Roy C, 
Isabel C, and Anna F. 

1771. George F.. Jan. 18, 1882 

1772. MaryL.. Dec. 30, 1884 

1773. Frank M., Oct. 8, 1891 

852. Joseph Chipman, M. D., oldest eon of Rev. 
^i^liam Chipman (335), was bom in Comwallis, N. S«, 
Dec. 28, 1803; died Jan. 25, 1839. He resided in Pictou, 
N. S. Married, about 1832, Charlotte Dawson. 

Three children, — 

1774. Christiana, bom 1833 

1775. Emma, 1836 

1776. Joseph, June 1839 

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854. William Heniy Gbipman, second son of Rev. 
AATilliam Chipman (335), was born in Cornwallis, N. S., 
Nov. 3, 1807; died April 10. 1870. He resided in Cornwallis 
and was a member of the first Parliament of the Dominion 
of Canada, 1867. Was clerk of peace in the Court of Ses- 
sions for thirty years. Married, Jan. 6, 1831. Sophia, 
daughter of James Coggswell, bom Oct. 5, 1807; died 
June. 1878. 

Nine children, — 

1777. Leverett DeVeber, b. Oct. 20, 1831 

1778. James OUver, March 17. 1833; d 1836 

1779. Ro s. April 7. 1836 

1780. Elizabeth, March 16, 1837 

m. Sept. 13, 1866, Robert M. Somer- 
ville. 

1781. Frederick, April 7, 1839 

1782. Mary Alice, Aug. 5, 1841 

m. Oct. 25, 1876, Thomas Dunlap. 

1783. Henry, Nov. 25, 1844 
1783a. Anna Sophia Oct. 6. 1846 

m. June 23, 1874, Joseph C. Starr. 

1784. William Reginald, May 30, 1849 

858. Prof. Isaac Chipman, sixth son of Rev. William 

Chipman (335). was bom in Cornwallis, N. S., July 17, 
1817; died June 7, 1852. He was graduated from Water- 
ville (Me.) College (now Colby University) in 1839. He 
was appointed Professor of Mathematics and Natural 
Philosophy in Acadia College established 1840, at Wolf- 
ville and since moved to Horton, N. S.; and entering upon 
his duties at the opening te m he continued to discharge 
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thoroughly, and the record of his success as an instructor 
b found in the history of those whom he instructed. He 
was an enthusiast in the cause of education generally and 
especially as related to his own college; so that he was 
either the originator or promoter of every important 
object pertaining to that institution. "He consecrated to 
it his talents, his powers, his life. Its prosperity was the 
great object of his desire and pursuit. By his skillful 
management and indefategable efforts the edefice was 
raised and will be a lasting monument to his energetic 
ardor." He was drowned while returning, with a party 
of students, from an excursion after minerals. 

864. Rey. Alfred Ghlpman, tenth son of Rev. William 
Chipman, (335), was bom in Pleasant Valley (Berwick), 
N. S., August 11, 1834; died April 24, 1918. Matriculated 
from Horton Academy at the age of seventeen, and was 
graduated from Acadia University in 1855; was also 
graduated from Newton Theological Institute in 1862, 
and ordained to the ministry in the same year. Has held 
pastorates in Novia Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New 
Brunswick and New England. In 1912, he received the 
d^;ree of D. D. from Acadia University. Mr. and Mrs. 
Chipman celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversity on 
Oct. 28, 1912. Mrs. Chipman was graduated from Mt. 
Holyoke (Mass.) Seminary, and was the first principal of 
Acadia Seminary at Wolfville, N. S. 
{| On Oct. 28, 1862, he married Alice, daughter of Isaiah 
and Sarah (Lyons) Shaw of Granville, N. S. 

Three children, — 

1785. Fred W. Mc, bom July 12. 1865; d 1892 

1786. Alvah Hovey, Feb. 6, 1867 

1787. Chaloner Oakes, Nov. 30, 1871 



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867. Andrew Fuller Ghlpman, eleventh son of Rev. 
Williaim Chipman (335), was bom in Pleasant Valley, 
(Berwick), N. S.. April 16, 1840; died June 1, 1906. Fol- 
lowed fanning at Pleasant Valley until 1868 and then 
pursued mercantile business at Berwick until his death. 
Was a worthy deacon of the Baptist church and a quiet» 
useful citizen. On Jan. 28, 1862, he married Mary, daughter 
of Isaac H. and Olivia Ann (Kinsman) Newcomb. who 
was bom Jan. 31, 1841; died March 26, 1914. 

Eight children, — 

1788. William Allen, bom Dec. 9, 1862 

1789. EllaS., Jan. 7,1865 

m. Jan. 1, 1891, H. N. Shaw and has 
Vivia Chipman and Arthur LeRoy. 

1790. Ina Maria, Sept. 12, 1867 

m. July 19, 1899, Geo. Wildes Smith 
and has Marjorie Chipman, b. Aug. 1, 
1900, and Howland Chipman, b. Oct. 
7,1904. 

1791. Owen Nott, May 22, 1870 

1792. Una Belle, Sept. 19, 1872; d 1877 

1793. Grace Weston, Dec. 11, 1875; d 1877 

1794. Andrew LeRoy, March 24, 1879 

1795. Kenneth Gordon, Aug. 4, 1884 

871. John Pryor Chipman, thirteenth son of Rev. 
William Chipman (335), was bom in Pleasant Valley 
(Berwick), N. S., March 31, 1848; died at Kentville. 
N. S., Nov. 9, 1917. Was educated at Horton Academy 
and Acadia University, taking his L. L. B. from Harvard, 
1869. He was called to the bar in 1869 and practiced 
law at Kentville, and was created a Q. C, 1884, by the 



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Marquis of Lansdowne. While pracddng his profession 
he was associated with Hon. Robert L. Borden, K. C. M. 
G.» at present Premier oi Canada, and with Hon. E. L. 
Newconibe, K. C, at present Dept. Minister of Justice 
of Canada. He was twice elected Mayor of Kentville 
and elevated to the bench in 1890. He was a past D« D. 
G. M. of tHe Grand Lodge of Free Masons, an Oddfellow, 
member of the Royal Arcanum, and a Forrester. 

Judge Chipman was always one of the most active and 
leading citizens of Kentville, and the town b largely 
wdebted to him for its chief public utilities; and by hU 
constant public interest and spirit he set a splendid example 
of citizenship. As a lawyer he conmianded a large practice 
and won and merited the respect of the members of the 
bar as well as the confidence and esteem of the public. As 
a judge his decisions were marked with fairness and well 
balanced justice, and he carried out his judicial duties 
with becoming honor and diginity. 

On June 10, 1875, he married Susan Mary, daughter of 
Robert and Margaret Brown of Halifax, N. S., who was 
bom Nov. 21, 1853. 

Nine children, — 

I79ft. Alice Kathleen, bom April 18, 1876 
m. Chester W. Laing of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1797. Frank Beverley Allen, Sept. 2, 1877 

1798. Arthur Halliburton, Dec. 22, 1878 

1799. Nora Tillinghast, Oct. 4, 1880 
1799a. Robert Winkworth, March 30, 1883 ;d 1887 

1800. Harold Cassils, Dec. 4.1885 
1800a. Beatrice Mary, Oct. 10, 1888; d 1889 

1801. Jack Rupert Holmes, Nov. 7, 1894 

1802. Murray Reginald, Jan. 31, 1897 



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872. Holmes Samuel Chipman, fourteenth son of Rev. 
\^lliam Chipman (335), was bom in Pleasant Valley, 
(Berwick), N. S., Dec. 22. 1850. Resides in Sydney. 
New South Wales. Graduated from Normal School at 
Tuniro, N. S., 1866. Taught school at Upper Cornwallis, 
N. S., in 1866-67 and at Port Medway in 1867-68. Went 
to Boston in 1868 and was graduated from Bryant-Stratton 
Commercial College, and taught the practical classes in 
that college for six months. Went to Detroit, Mich., 
in 1868-69 in the employ of a timber company and later 
shipped timber on his own account to New York and New 
England, being the pioneer in shipping timber by rail from 
the West to the Atlantic States. During 1869 went to 
Duluth, St. Paul and Minneapolis and engaged in the 
shipment of wheat. Later went to California and spent 
nearly a year with Bancroft Printing & Publishing Company 

In 1870 went to Japan with Ito, later the celebrated 
Count Ito, Premier of Japan. Introduced in Japan the 
modem system of printing. Made the first type and 
printed the first newspaper in Japanese. Established a 
Government printing office and paper mill. Remained in 
Japan until 1876, then returned to America. Went to 
Australia in 1879 where he now carries on a very extensive 
general mercantile business. 

When the Boer War in South Africa had reached a 
critical stage, he organized at Sydney, Australia, a sub- 
scription fund to equip one thousand citizen soldiers under 
the name of the Bushmen's Contingent. The movement 
spread all over Australia and New Zealand and the public 
subscribed 440,000 pounds, and the governments of 
Australia and New Zealand then took over the military 
organization and sent about twenty thousand men to 



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South Africa. Lord Kitchener on behalf of the British 
government enrolled 20,000 more Australians for service 
in South Africa. Canada and India also joined the war 
in South Africa in consequence of this movement. The 
Kaiser made a fatal mistake in cabling Oom Paul, the 
president of the Transvaal, wishing him "Godspeed" in 
the war SLgainst the British, because it inspired the domin- 
ions overseas to come to the assistance of Great Britian and 
welded the empire together. When the great war in 
Europe started in August, 1914, the British Empire joined 
Great Britian without a moments hesitation. 

On Aug. 1, 1882, he married Julia Anna Ventrillion, 
daughter of Edouard J. and Anne (Hamilton) Tortat* 

One son, — 

1803. Howard Holmes, bom May 8, 1883. 

879. William Allen Chipman, son of Samuel Chip- 
man (338), was bom in Comwallis, N. S. Lived at Chelsea, 
Mass., and was employed by the Wilder Safe Company. 
Later lived at Halifax, N. S., and was in the Custom House 
service, and later superintendent of the penitentary. 
Married Margaret Dodge, and had two daughters and 
one son, — 

1804. Fred. 

884. Isaac Chipman, son of Samuel Chipman (338), 
was bom in Comwallis, N. S., May 6, 1855. A farmer. 



* Edouard J. Tortat (formerly written Torta), a refugee from Franee 
during the Revolution of 1848. His father was a commander of ar iUery 
under Marechal Ney; went through the Napoleon's famjiaignfl and was 
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On April 14, 1886, he married Ella Wade, who was bom 
May 19, 1863. 

Six duldren. — 

1804a. Primroee, born Jan. 17, 1887; d 1888 

1805. Reginald Holmes, July 10, 1888 

1806. Lewis De Havlin, Aug. 12, 1889 

1807. Daisy Morrow Dawn, Oct. 3, 1891 

m. Sept. 24, 1913, Charles Still oi 
Lawrence, Mass. 
1806. Myrtle Delia, Sept. 8,1893 

m. Dec. 17, 1918, Albert Atkins of 
Manitoba. 

1809. Annie WUson. July 20, 1805 

885. George Lockwood Chipmaiiy son of Jacob 
Chipman (340), was born in Tupperville, N. S., Sept. 17, 
1814;died 1879. Elarly in life was a drover in Annapolis 
County, N. S., but for thirty years prior to his death he 
lived in Halifax, where he conducted a meat market. 
Married, first, Sept. 14, 1842, Emma Scott of Winsor; 
second, Eliza Davidson of Halifax. 

Three children by first marriage, one by second, — 

1810. David Scott, born Aug. 2, 1843 

1811. Catherine A., March 1, 1845 

m. 1869, David H. Wiston of Halifax, 
who was killed in the Halifax explosion, 
Dec. 6, 1917. 
1811a. Geroge, April 3, 1845; d 1851 

1812. Arthur, Dec. 26, 1869 

891* Anthony Ghlpman,, oldest son of Anthony Chip- 
man (341), was bom in Gloucester, Mass., May 20, 1821. 



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ia Harrington, 


Maria Strout. 


Six cfaildxeiv^ 


18ia 


Ansa Maria, 


laia^ 


James A., 


1813b 


Augustus, 


1813c 


\^ctoria. 


1813d 


Harriett, 


1813e 


John. 



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Me. Married, June 7. 1847» 



892. Daniel Chlpman, second son of Anthony Chip- 
man (341), was bom in Gloucester, Mass., June 11» 1825. 
Resided in Harrington, Me. Married, June 17, 1849, 
Helen Sawyer. 

Four children, — 
1813f MaryT., 
1813g George F., 
1813h Elizabeth E., 
1813i Joseph S. 

893. George Chipman, third son of Anthony Chip- 
man (341), was bom in Gloucester, Mass., July 20, 1827. 
Resided in Millbridge, Me. Married, Jan. 14, 1840, 
Rebecca D. Turner. 

Three children, — 

1814. Rebecca D., m. James Mitchell 

1815. George, 

1816. Wesley, bom Feb. 7, 1865 

896. Jamea L. Ghipman, first son of \^tiam Hand* 
ky Chipman (345), was bora in Bridgetown, N. S« Nov* 
24, 1830; died at Providence, R. I., Nov. ia» 1894. 



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Studied medicine at Philadelphia; and practiced in Nova 
Scotia and Providence R. !• A surgeon in Mass. Vol. 
Inf. during the Civil War. On Nov 13. 1856. he married 
Anna, daughter of George and Mary Mitchell of Chester* 
N. S.; married second, June 6, 1869. Sarah, daughter oi 
Ira and Nancy Luther of Rehoboth, Mass. 

Four children by first marriage, one by second, — 

1817. Elizabeth W., bom 1856 

1818. Irene C. 1858 

1819. Mitchell B. 1861 

1820. Andrew J. 1866 

1821. George M. 1874 

898. William Allan Chipman, second son of Wil- 
liamHandley Chipman (345), was bom in Bridgetown, 
N. S., May 22. 1838; died at WolfviUe. N. S.; July 17, 
1915. A farmer, residing in Bridgetown the greater part 
of his life. Was always interested in public affairs. He 
married, first, Dec. 8, 1864, Maria Forsyth; second, 
Mary, daughter of John Barss of WolfviUe, N. S. 

Three children by first marriage, two by second. 



1822. 


Walter W., bom 


Jan. 1, 1866 


1813. 


Arthur St. Clair 


Feb. 1, 1867 


1824. 


May Forsyth, 


May 1. 1872 


1825. 


John B., 


died 


1826. 


Marjorie, 


died 



907. James Andrews Chipmaiit only son of John 
Andrews Chipman (350), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., 
Nov. 26, 1838; died at Comwallis, Jan. 20, 1902. On 
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Joseph Lockheart of Hautsport» N. S., who was bom 
Nov. 8. 1847. 
Three children, — 

1827. Harry Lee, bom April 20, 1879 

1828. William John Holmes, Nov. 30, 1881 ; d 1913 

1829. Lizzie Evelyn, July 3, 1883 

911 Col. John Starr DeWolf Chipman, second son of 
Zachariah Chipman (351), was bom in St. Stephen, N. B., 
April 10,1856; d. Sept. 19, 1919. Resided at St. Stephen, 
Quebec; New Orleans, La., and Toronto. Enlisted (1890,) 
in the 71st York Batalion, and in 1905 was gazetted Lt. 
Col. ; retired in 1909 with rank of Lt. Col. Was engaged in 
the insurance business in Toronto. Very prominent in 
Masonic circles. Member of 33rd degree Scottish Rite. 
On Sept. 4, 1879, he married Jessie, daughter of Sir Leonard 
Tilley of St. John, N. B., who was bom Nov. 25, 1858. 

Four children, — 

1830. Arthur. bom April 3, 1881 

1831. Mary Constance, Aug. 19, 1882 

m. J. Royden Thomson of St. John, N. B. 

1832. AUce, Sept. 22, 1884; d 1886 

1833. John Howland, Nov. 19, 1893 

914. Lewis Lodwlck Chipman, second son of Thomas 
Dane Chipman (355), was bom in Yarmouth, N. S„ 
April 30, 1830; died at Maiden, Mass., April 27, 1894. 
Worked with his father at fanning and shoemaking until 
early manhood, when he went to Calais, Maine. Of a 
roving nature, he followed the sea for a time, then went to 
Beverly, Mass., and from there to the West, returning to 
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daue^tffl- of Rufus and Gertrude (Flint) CbuichiU oi 
Yarmouth, N. S., second 1860, Elizabeth, daughter of 
William and Nancy McFarland; third, 1873^ widow of 

Brogham. 

Two chMdren by first marriage* five by second, — 
1834. Lois, bom Sept. 15. 1851 

m. Nov. 1, 1872, Benjamin Gillis. 
183& Charles William. Aug. 3^1858 

1836. Walter Lewis, Jan. 3,1860 

1837. Leslie Dean, July 14, 1861 
1888. William Henry, July 10, 1863 
1880. Susan Alice, June 25, 1866 
184a Elizabeth Maud, Oct. 17, 1869 

916. Thomas Dane Chipman, third son of Thomae 
Dane Chipman (355), was bom in Hebron, N. S», Dec. 
29, 1832; died at Yarmouth, N. S., Nov. 3, 1868. A maater 
mariner. He was in Liverpool, England, with hb ship 
when the confederation of the North American Provinces 
(now the Dominion of Canada) was celebrated July 1, 
1867. All the British ships in the harbor were ordered 
to hoist their flags, but Capt. Chipman placed his at half- 
mast. When the officer in charge remonstrated with him 
the captain, who inherited the sturdy spirit of his Pilgrim 
ancestors, positively refused, saying that Nova Scotia bad 
been unfairly treated. In 1858, he married Cecilia Cann, 
daughter of Lyman Cann of Yarmouth, N. S., who was 
bom July 26, 1838. 

Four Children, — 

1841. WUliam A.» bora Oct. 12, 1859 
died AprU 14, 1888. 

1842. Lewis, Oct. 29. 1861 



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1843. Lalia, April 3,1864 

1844. Thomas D., Aug. 12, 1868 

died Jan. 7, 1887. 

923. Xerxes Zacharlah Qiipman, oldest son of Rev. 
Homes Chipman, (356), was bom in Yarmouth, N. S., 
Nov. 27, 1827. An insurance agent, residing at Wolfville, 
iOngs Co., N. S. He married, Nov. 16, 1864, Annie Bill. 

Four children, — 

1845. Edith E.. 

1846. Amelia E., 

1847. Charies Edgar, bom Sept. 16, 1869 

1848. Nellie T. 



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933. Lt. Henry Logan Chlpman, oldest son of Henry 
Chipman LL. D. (369), was bom in Walterborough, 
S. C, July 17, 1814; died Oct. 11, 1846. He was a con- 
tributor to several literary journals; some articles pre- 
pared by him were published in the Knickerbocker and 
New York Magazine. "He possessed some of the noblest 
qualities of heart and head, which fitted him to be an 
honor to his family and to the service in which he was 
engaged." His commission was dated April 13, 1845. 
Unmarried. 

938. John Lo&an Chipman, younger son of Henry 
Chipman LL. D. (369), was bom in Detroit, Mich., June 
15, 1829. A counsellor at law. He held several important 
civic offices and for several years was dty solicitor for 
Detroit. In 1861 he was Liuet.-Colonel of a Michigan 
regiment U. S. V. He married 185 — , Elizabeth Sha-wa- 
na of Indian descent. 

Three children, — 

1850. A daughter, bom 186-;died 

1851. Henry, 1856 

1852. A daughter, 1858 

940. John Baker Chipman, oldest son of Jeffrey 
Chipman (371), was bom Aug. 8, 1821. A druggist at 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 

941. Henry Laurens Chipman, second son of Jeffrey 
Chipman (371), was born Feb. 1, 1823; died Oct. 25, 1910. 



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Resided in Detroit, Mich., in California 1849-51; then 
returned to Detroit. In 1861 be was a Liuet.-Colonel of 
the 2nd Mich. Regiment U. S. V., but resigning that 
position became a Captain in the U. S. Regular Army. 
Married, Jan. 1848, Laura B. Chipman (935). 

961. William Fitch Chipman, oldest son of Lemuel 
Chipman (377), was bom in Sheldon, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1816. 
He resided at Java. N. Y., then 1853-61 in Cottrellville, 
Mich., and after that at Newport, Mich. A farmer. 
He married at Java, Jan. 1, 1841, Mary Isabella Tripp; 
second. May 14, 1864. Martha M. Hatch. 

Five children by first marriage, — 

1853. William Fitch, born Nov. 12, 1842; d 1846 

1854. Ada, June 1, 1847; d 1848 

1855. Mary Alice, Dec. 17, 1851 

1856. twins, March 14, 1854 

969. Lemuel Chipman, oldest son of Fitch Chipman 
(378), was bom in Sheldon, N. Y. A farmer. Resided in 
Sheldon for a time and then until 1860 in Lima, Mich., 
and after that in Newaygo, Mich. Married fi/st, Oct. 18, 
1831, Eliza Ann Sutherland ; second, Eliza Albey of Geneva. 

Three children by first marriage, four by second, — 

1857. Annette. bom Aug. 8. 1832 

m. 1851, Calvin Shears. 

1858. Sarah, June 2, 1836 

m. 1855, Frederick Hurter. 

1859. Ann B., 

1860. Alethia. 

1861. Alexander M., 

1862. Lydia, 

1863. Eliza. 



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970. Samuel Spofford Ghipman, second son of Fttdi 
Chipnum (378), was born in Sheldon, N. Y. A farmer. 
Resided in Unadilla, Mich., before 1853; after that in 
Iosco Co., Mich. On Feb. 2, 1836 he married Altie (Alethia) 
Southerland of Lima, Mich. 

Four children, — 

1864. Ann Eliza, bom Aug. 12, 1839 

m. 1857, WilUam Tift. 

1865. Henry Clay, 

1866. Lemuel, 

1867. Frances Adelaide, June 1854 

976. Rev. Tapping ReeTe Chlpman, oldest son of 
Samuel Chipman (379), was bom in Middlebury, Vt., 
Feb. 9, 1811; died at White Plains, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1865. 
He was graduated from the General Theological Seminary 
of the Prot. Episcopal Church, N. Y., 1838, and ordained 
a minister at Brockport, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1839. He was in 
service as rector, or officiating otherwise, at Leroy and 
Astoria, N. Y.; Detroit, Mich., and New York City. 
In 1838 he married Caroline, daughter of Charles cmd 
Huldah Crane of East Bromfield, N. Y. 

One child, — 

1868. Henry Whitehouse. b. Aug. 21, 1839 

977. Wilhelmus Mynderse Oiipman, second son of 
Samuel Chipman (379), was born in Richmond, N. Y., 
Feb. 6, 1814; died March 1856. An apothecary, residing 
at Canadaigua, N. Y. In June 1837, he married Jane 
daughter of Rev. John Raines. 

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1869. Edward Reeve, bom April 16, 1838 

1870. Albert, died 

1871. Albert. 

979. Au8tln G. Chlpman, son of Gustavus D. Chip- 
man (387), was bom in Middlebury, Vt., March 1, 1811; 
died in Illinois, 1842. In 1835 he married Adelia Pollard 
of Wyoming, N. Y. 

One child, — 

1872. Ada Gerturde, bom about 1839 

980. William Douglass Chipman, oldest son of 
Horace Darius Chipman (390) was bom in Middlebury, 
N. Y,, October 31, 1822; died at Martinsville, Ind., March 
20, 1890. A practical miller in his younger days and a 
flour merchant in Cincinnati, Ohio, from 1859 to 1883 
when he moved to Niobrara, Nebraska, and entered the 
banking business as vice-president of the Niobrara Valley 
Bank. He was a Master Mason, and a deacon in the 
Methodist Church at the time of his death. 

He married, first, Nov. 6, 1852, Josephine Alice, daughter 
of Rev. William H. and Nancy Lx)ng8treet of Covington, 
Ky., who was bom 1837; died Aug. 7, 1870. Second, in 
May 1877, Mrs. Virginia Jones, who died in 1887. 

Six children by first marriage, — 

1873. Ann Eliza, bom Feb. 17, 1853; died 
1874- Horace Darius, May 29, 1864 

1875. William Longstreet, Sept. 25, 1856 

1876. Ada Gertrude, Jan. 26, 1859 

m. May 31, 1887, Rev. WiUiam P. 
Miller. 
1876. Douglas Clinton, Feb. 1, 1861 



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1877. Josephine AUce, Feb. 1, 1868; d 1871 

981. De Witt GlintcmChipman, second son of Hor^ 

Darius Chipman (390), was born in Middlebury, Vt., 
Sept. 21, 1824. He studied law at the L^w University, 
Bjalston Spa, N. Y., and was admitted to the Bar of New 
York in Sept. 1850. In 1857 he was elected a mem^ 
the Legislature of Indiana. Later he was appointed Col- 
lector of Internal Revenue for the Eleventh District 
of Indiana, and when it was represented to him that he 
would be removed from office unless he should make at 
least one speech, siding with the President in his then 
changed course of policy, he replied: "Tell the President 
t^hat I would see him in Pandemonium deeper than a 
plummet could fall in a thousand years, before I would 
make one speech in his favor. In tetter times, when 
men look for the ignobole wretches who sold their biftt- 
right and betrayed their country my name will not be 
found among them." 

On Dec. 2, 1851 he married Cassandra, daughter of 
Hon. Raymond W. Clark of Hamilton Co., Indiana. 

Three children, — 

1878. Marcellus A., borti Feb. 27, 1852 

1879. Catharine A., March 20. 1854 

1880. Julia A., July 11, 1858 

982. Horace Gregory Chipman, third son of Horace 
Darius Chipman (390) was bom in N. Y.. Aug. 17, 1826; 
died Feb. 16, 1851. A printer. He resided in Cii cinnati, 
O., and at one time published a newspaper ir the cause 
of temperance and at another time was editcr of the 
Cincinnati Nonpareil. He served with crecit in the 



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Mexican War ind was present at the taking 6f Puebla 
and in all subsequent battles till the close of the war» 
having a horse shot under him at Tacubayer and another 
at Santa Fe. He brought home a wound from an ounce 
ball and a constitution so broken that he never regained 
his health. On Nov. 28, 1848» he married M^a J. Bennm 
of Cincinnati. 
One child, — 

1881. Horace Gr^ory, bom Nov 27, 1849 

m. and had one son. 

988. Rev. George Albert Chipmaiii oldest son of 
Cyrus Austin Chipman (401), was bom in Oakland, Mich., 
Nov. 4, 1829; died Nov. 4, 1856. In 1846 he ^me a 
member of the Methodist Church and sooti d^vbted him* 
self to preparing for the ministry. In 1851 he was ordain- 
ed a local preacher dnd in 1853-4 was a mis^iondry at 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. In 1855 he was apil>6inted to 
the Marathon Circuit in Lapeer County, Mich., t!lie duties 
of which he fulfilled until a pulmonary affecfibii, con- 
tracted by exposure and overwork, caused his dfeiafh. tM 
Aug. 11, 1853 he married Mary M. Shaw bt Sj^riiigfield, 
Mich. 

One child, — 

1882. David Austin, bom July 31, ifcl;^ 1865 

990. Gyms Oscar Chipihan, second son of Cynib X. 
Chipman (401), was bom in Oakland, Midi., Oct. if, 
1833. A farmer, residing in Burlington and Avon, Mich. 
On Jan. 1, 1857, he married Isabelle R. Bircli of Avon, 
Mich. 

Five children, — 



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1883. 


George Oscar, 


bom 


Sept. 10, 1858 


1884. 


Jesse Stout, 




Dec. 13, 1859 


1885. 


Ralph Austin, 




Oct. 28, 1862 


1886. 


Frances Isabella, 




Feb. 26, 1864 


1887. 


Edwin Howard, 




Feb. 5,1866 



1009. Charles Bennett Chlpman, oldest son of John 
Marshall Chipman (404), was bom in Sterling, Mich., 
Sept. 14, 1834. Resided in Laphamville, Mich., and 
Washington, D. C. Studied medicine, 1858. Clerk in 
Freedmen's Bureau after 1865. On July 25, 1855, he 
married Sarah Maine. 

One child, — 

1888. Marshall Charles, bom June 13, 1857 

1012. Theodore Stoddord Chipman, oldest son of 
William Fitch Chipman (405), was bom April 24, 1839. 
He served during the war of the Rebellion, three years in 
the 11th and 12th Wisconsin Regiments, and afterward 
was 2nd Liuetenant in the 8th Reg. U. S. Heavy Artillery 
operating in Texas. 

1013. Albion R. Chipman, second son of William 
Fitch Chipman (405), was born Aug. 27, 1841. Enlisted, 
1862, in the 32nd Wisconsin Regiment, and at Rivers 
Bridge, S. C, was the first man to cross the bridge and 
was there killed in battle. 

1014. Leroy W. Chipman, third son of William Fitch 
Chipman (405), was bom Aug. 23, 1843. Served in the 
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1026. George Colfax Chlpman, oldest son of John 
Spofford Chipman (410), was bom in Waddington, N. Y., 
Feb. 28, 1824; died in Washington, D. C, 1893. Graduat- 
ed from Trinity Collie, 1845. A lawyer, residing for a 
time at Dixson, 111., later in Washington, D. C. He 
married, first, Oct. 24, 1848, Anna Cook Smith of Hart- 
ford, Conn.; second, 1878, Margaret Dallas Bowie of 
Baltimore, Md. 

Two children by first marriage, five by second, — 

1888a. George Smith, bom Sept. 11, 1849 
1888b. Kate, 1851 ;d 1915 

1889. George Bowie, June 24, 1879 
1889a. Phillip Colfax, Nov. 1, 1881 
1889b. Margaret Dallas, Nov. 24, 1882 
1889c. Allan St. John, Feb. 26, 1884; died 
1889d. Frank Sherman, May 25, 1886 

1027. William Colfax Chipman, second son of John 
Spofford Chipman (410), was bora in Waddington, N. Y., 
March 11, 1826; died Sept. 1860. Graduated from Trinity 
College, 1847. A brilliant lawyer, practicing in Ogdens- 
burg and Potsdam, N. Y. On May 27, 1851, he married 
Harriet G., daughter of George Sumner, M. D., of Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Three children, — 

1889e. Hallie, bom 1853 ;d 1860 

1889f. George Sumner, July 21, 1855; d 1879 

1890. John, Aug. 8, 1858 

1043. George Rhodes Chipman, second son of George 
Chipman (422), was bora in Middlebury, Vermont, May 
11, 1835. Resided in Richfield, Minn. Married EUen, 



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}9^ TH? .cpipimr jTfiqLjr 

Two 4iit4f^,— 

1100. Riisadl AustiQ, jl^orn Aug. 9, t86Q;dlAV 
IfiO^ ArOiurUdie, Oct. U, 1867 

1M6. Norman Cbipmanf second eo9 of Stef^c# 
Chipmaa (43ft), was bom in Vermont April 12, }8Q0; 
died Nov. 28, 1878, Resided in Pennsylvania. On AptU 
22, 1844, )ie niarried Mf^itha M., daughter of Jp^ Davy of 
Pittsfield^ Pa.; w^o was born Oct. 4, 1828; died Au^. 5, 

WW- 
Four duMren, — 

1801a. AbijB^ail E., bom J^. ^8, 1845 

18911?. Mary A. Nov. 6, 1847 

1891c. lE^ther Jane, Junie 6, ^849 

1892. Walters. Dec. ^, 1^52 

1047. Anuni Chipman, tWni^ son of Stephen Chip- 
man (4318), was bom in Vermont, Aug. 20, 1802; died at 
^^u-anac, Mich., Aug. 27, 1872. A resident of Gustavv^, 
Ohio, Pontiac, Mich., and Saranac, Mich. On ^ov. 
27, 18^, he married Rut|i W. Wilson of .Genesee County* 
N. Y., who was born April 19. J807; died Feb. ?4, 1895^. 

Ten children, — 

A daughter. I ^^ ^ 1.1826; died 

A son, j 
}893. Alonzo, April 15, 1829 

1894. George W., Oct. 20, 1831 

1894a. Louisa M., March 22, 1834 

/^son. March 2. 1837;^ied 

HB95. Henry, July 27, >840:d J84^ 

]1895a. Emqoa A., June 2, 184^ 



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lS85b. Hester A., March 7, 1846 

1896c. Henry W., March 26, 1848; d 18fi7 

1A54. James Hickok Qiipmaii, oldest son of ]chix 
Boardman Chipman (441), was bom in Lansinbui^, 
N. Y., Oct. 31, 1812; died Jan. 26, 1869. Was a merchant, 
^r^siding in Albany, N. Y. He married, first, at Ticonderoga, 
N. Y., Sept. 6, 1841, Adelaide A. Griswold; second, at 
Btpoklyn, fJ. Y., Feb. 15, 1859, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Kev. Genel jGoodsell. 

One cjiild by first marriage, — 

1896. Hugh Legare, bom Nov. 6, 1843 

1075. Amos J. Chipman, second son of Hiram Chip- 
man (446), was bom Oct. 25, 1836. Resides in Washing- 
ton, D. C. He was from 1858 to 1861 in Kansas where 
he assisted in organizing the State Government. Was 
derk of the House of Representatives of that state and 
later a member of that body. He was for several years a 
special agent of the U. S. Treasury Department on service 
in California. He is at present connected with the U. S. 
Geogolical Survey. On Nov. 20, 1877, he married Emma 
H. Andruss of Newark, N. J. No children. 

1076. Milon M. Chipman, third son of Hiram Chip- 
man (446), was bom about 1838. Resident of Battle 
Creek, Mich. Married, June 18, 1860, Ervilla Hallock 
of Kalamazoo County, Mich. 

One child, — 

1897. D.Clifton, b, March 20, 1860 

1085. Anson Burrall Chipman, oldest son of William 
Chipman (452), was bom in Malone, N. Y., Dec 27, 



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1812. Removed to Michigan in 1832. A farmer at Owoeso, 
Mich. He was Judge of Probate of Shiawassee County, 
and a member of the Senate of Michigan. He married 
first, Dec. 13, 1835, Mary Ann, daughter of David Shattuck 
of Redford, Mich.; second, Dec. 22, 1841, Mary Ann Pratt. 
Two children by first marriage, five by second, — 



1898. 


George B., bom 


July 13, 1837; d 1841 


1899. 


A son, 


June 4, 1839: died 


1900. 


Ada. 


Sept. 1,1842 ;d 1847 


1901. 


Richard Emerson, 


April 1844 


1902. 


George A., 


Jan. 8, 1847; d 1850 


1903. 


Lucy Celinda, 


June, 1849 


1904. 


Emma, 


July, 1862 



1086. Isaac Minor Chipman, second son of William 
Chipman (452), was bom in Malone, N. Y., Nov. 1817. 
A house carpenter. He lived at Ypsilanti and Owosso, 
Mich. Married, in Ypsilanti, Mich., Pamelia Herrick. 

Four children, — 

1905. Hiram L., bom March, 1842 

1906. Albert, June, 1843 

1907. Charles, 1849 

1908. John, 1851 

1087. William Rufus Chipman, third son of William 
Chipman (452), bom in Malone, N. Y., July, 1822. He 
was a soldier in the Mexican War. Was a resident of 
Owosso, Mich. Married Lydia A. Whitford. 

Three children, — 

1908. Ada, bora 1842 

1909. Arthur B.. Feb., 1852 

1910. A son, 1858 



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1102. Calvin Zelotes Chipman, son of Calvin Chip- 
man (454), was bom June 7, 1827. He married, Dec. 
23, 1850, Elsie Cushman, and they were residents of Lima, 
Michigan. 

1112. Jesse P. Chipman, oldest son of Julius Preston 
Chipman (460), was bom in Malone, Franklin Co., New 
York, Oct. 6. 1840; died at Milford, Neb., Feb. 16, 1917, 
Worked on a farm until July 26, 1862 when he elnisted in 
the 13th Reg. Vermont Volunteers; was discharged July 
10, 1863, and re-enlisted in the 17th Reg. Veteran Vols, 
of Vermont. Participated in many of the battles of the 
Civil War, including the Battle of Gettysburg, and was 
present at the surrender of General Lee at Appomattox. 
Moved to Nebraksa and for many years was in the meat 
business at Lincoln. A member of the old firm of Boyer & 
Chipman, which firm later became Chipman Brothers. He 
left Lincoln in 1893 and settled in Saline County, where 
he was county commissioner and justice of the peace at 
Friend, Neb. 

On March 14, 1866, he married Mary L., daughter of 

Darwin Carpenter, of Huntington, Vermont, who was 
bom Jan. 17, 1849. 

Three children, — 

1911. Burton Jesse, bora June 9, 1867 

1912. George W., June 10, 1870 

1913. Jane M., March 3, 1874 

1113. Charles L. Chipman, second son of Julius 
Preston Chipman (460), was bom in Malone, Franklin 
Co., New York, 1842; died at Lincoln, Neb., June 9, 
1906. In June 1881, he married Orpha Harvey of Huntin- 
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)129. Wa^htwro fihlpiPf i P f ol4^ pqn pf Stcfihcn 
Chipman (468)» vfas bom in Jc^nftow^f Mc^ Co., Caa^^ft 
April 6, 1820. One of the piopeer$ pf Utah and tbe fiiyt 
settler at American Fork. A member of the Churcb fol 
Jesus Christ Latterday Saints (Mormon). 

Married, first, November, 1855, Mindwell Houston <^f 
Alphine, Utah; second, Margaret Vance McNichols; third, 
May 30, 1868, Caroline, daughter of Elijah and Lydia 
(Famsworth) Mayhew, who was bom Dec. 18, 1842. 

Five children by first marriage, nine by second, and 
four by third, — 



1914. 


Mindwdl, 




1916. 


Louisa, 




1016. 


Theodosia, 




1917. 


Elizabeth, 




1918. 


Amanda, 




1919. 


Sinah, 




1920. 


Beulah, 




1921. 


Celestia, 




1922. 


Stei*en W., 




1923. 


John W., 




1924. 


Sidda, 




1925. 


Martha, 




1926. 


Melva, 




1927. 


Sadie, 




1928. 


Otto L., bom 


Oct. 21, 1870; died 


1929. 


Lydia L., 


Nov. 20, 1874 


1930. 


Walter, 


March 26. 1878 


1931. 


Caroline F., 


Sept. 5,1880 



1122. William Henry Ghlpman, second son pf 
Stephen Chipman (468), was bom in Canada, Feb. 1, 



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1836; diei^ at Am^can Fork, Utah, F^b. ^, 1872. A 
fanner, interest^ in stock raising. A member of the 
durch pf |e89W Chrbt Latterday Saints (Mormon.) 

Married, first, Jan. 1865, Martha S., daughter of Warren 
aiul Lydia (Alexander) Smith of Tennessee, who was 
^grn Aug. 9, 1936; second, ^iza, daughter of Thomas J., 
^4 Eliza (Adams) |**ilcher pf California; third, Sarah, 
daughter pf John and Mary (Calvala) Binns, who was 
bom Nov. 15, 1842i 

Two children by first marriage, eight by second, and 
fourteen by third, — 



1932. 


Melessa, bora 


Jan. 4,1856 


1933. 


Martha E.. 


Sept. , 1859 


1984. 


WtUiam Henry, 


Aug. 14, 1860 


1936. 


Wa^bura Stephen, 


Jan. 4,1862 


1936. 


Lovina Jane, 




1937. 


Zilpha Ann, 


Sept. 27, 1868 


1938. 


Ida Elizabeth, 


Nov. 15, 1870 


1939. 


Square Barnabas, 


Sept. 18, 1872 


1940. 


Ehza, 


Dec. 6,1874 


1941. 


Amanda, 


Feb. 13, 1876 


1942. 


John I., 


July, 13, 1862 


1943. 


Anna, 


April 1,1864 


1944. 


WUlard, 


Nov. 16, 1865 


1945. 


Mary, 


June 6,1867 


1946. 


Alice, 


March 10, 1870 


1947. 


James, 


April 5, 1872 


1948. 


Jane, 


1874 


1949. 


Reuben, 


Aug. 10, 1876 


1950. 


Ira, 


June, 1878 


1951. 


Abner, 


Nov., 1880 


1952. 


UUey , 


April 6.1882 



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1953. Leonard, Aug. 10, 1884 

1954. Joseph, May 6, 1886 

1955. Seneth, March 31. 1888 

1123. James Chipman, third son of Stephen Chip- 
man (468), was bom in Far West, Mo., April 9. 1839; 
resides at Salt Lake City, Utah. Went to Utah in 1847, 
and has been prominent in the development of the state. 
A farmer, miner, merchant and banker. Owns lands in 
Utah, Idaho and Mexico. First treasurer of the State of 
Utah. Now director of a number of banks. 

Married, first Sarah, daughter of Alphonzo and Betsey 
Green; second, Salena, daughter of Peter and Roxania 
(Snow) Huntsman of Lehi, Utah; third, Salena Puzzy. 

Four children by first marris^, twelve by second, — 

1956. James Jr., bom 



1957. 


Betsey, 




1958. 


Alphonso, 




1959. 


Stephen L., 


March 18, 1864 


1960. 


Sarah E., 


April 30, 1865 


1961. 


Washburn S., 


April 15, 1867 


1962. 


Melissa R., 


June 13, 1869 


1963. 


William 


May 6.1872 


1964. 


Erastus, 


June 6, 1876; died 


1965. 


May. 


Feb. 13, 1878 


1966. 


Delano, 


Dec. 24, 1879 


1967. 


Oscar, 


April 13, 1881; died 


1968. 


John, 


died 


1969. 


Luna Anuuida, 


died 


1970. 


Alva Barnabas, 


July 7,1883 


1971. 


Emmett Leslie, 


. Nov. 12, 1885 



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JAMES CHIPMAN (1123) 

STEPHEN D. CHIPMAN (1127) 



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1140. Chancy Clhlpman, oldest son of Isaac Chip* 
man (471), was bom in Leeds County, Canada, Jan. 4, 
1813; died at Kankakee, Illinois, Feb. 8, 1881. On attain- 
ing his majority, he went to Seneca County, Ohio, and 
while there married. He then moved to Momence, 111., 
living there until the last few years of his life which were 
spent at Kankakee. A carpenter. For many years a 
consistent member of the Methodist Church. On Oct. 15, 
1835, he married, first, Marilda, daughter of Joseph 
Wiltse, of Farmersville, Canada; second, Oct. 14, 1851, 
Esther Seager, third, Aug. 9, 1869, Caroline M. Bennett. 

Four children by first marriage, four by second, — 

1972. Isaac Newton, bom June 22, 1838 

1973. Joseph Benson, Aug. 27, 1840 

1974. Julia, Aug. 16, 1842 

1975. Willie Ancel, Sept. 18, 1845 

1976. Chancy S., April 12, 1853 

1977. Mahala, Aug. 3, 1854 

1978. Bela, Nov. 23, 1857 

1979. Russell, June 23, 1860 

1148. Lewis Chipman, only son of Harry Chipman 
(472), was bom in Harlem, Ontario, March 17, 1820; died 
at Brockville, Ont., July 30, 1882. Early education in 
public schools and Ogdensburg Academy. Taught school 
msuiy years and held many public offices. In 1876 he 
moved to Brockville, and was appointed city treasurer in 
1881, which office he held at the time of his death. On 
Oct. 5, 1854, he married Abigail Jane, youngest daughter 
of Jesse Delong of Elgin, Ont., who was bom Aug. 22, 
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tw6 children,— 

1980. Willis. Bohi Oct. 1, 1855 

i981. Elma, Nov. 14, 1859; d 188© 

il55. Walte* B. Chlpman, fourth son of Truman 
Chipman (474), was bom in Canada, July 9, 1829; 
died at Momence. IH., Nbv. 21, 1903. A resident of Illinois 
after 1845. He married, first, in 1855, Caroline, daughter 
of Daniel and Mira Davidson who was bom July 7, 1838, 
died 1858; second, Jan. 23, 1862, Mary L. Wagner. 

Seven children, — 

1982. Alice, bom June 2, 1858 

1983. Charles Benson, Aug. 24, 1864 

1984. Nellie, April 4, 1869 

1985. Cora. Feb. 23, 1870 

1986. Fannie, May 14, 1875 

Z. S; } ^-^^ 

1166. Norton Parker Chipman, son of Norman 
Chipman (481), was bom at Millford, Union Co., Ohio. 
March 7, 1835. Educated in common schools in Ohio 
and at Washington College, Washington, Iowa; graduated 
at Cincinnati Law School and entered practice at Wash- 
ington, Iowa, in 1859. Enlisted in 2nd Iowa Inf. Vols, 
ill April 1861 and became adjutant of the regiment and 
later major; severly wounded at Fort Donelson; promoted 
t6 Col. and A. D. C. on Gen Halleck's staff; served as 
chief of staff to Major Gen. Curtis; ordered to the War 
Department for duty in 1863 and served under Secretary 
Stanton; Judge Advocate of the Military Commission that 
tried and convicted the Andersonville jailer, Wirtz; afr- 



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THtt cAitiiAfl Pkustt SMiy 

sii^ecl to severed imp6ttant dtrties by President Liticolnfi 
{ifomoted to Brevet Eirig.-Geil. at cklee of war; redlgned 
artd engag^ in law practice in Wa&hington, D. C. He 
yj^ Adjutant General of the Grand Army uhder General 
John A. Logan, ahd wrote g^eral orders No. 11» setting 
apart the 30th day of tAay as Memorial Day. 

Delegate to house of Representatives from District 
of Columbia in 187^ and served two terms, being the 
first and only representative in Congress from the District 
of Columbia. Removed to California in 1876 and has 
ever since been clo&ely connected with the industrial and 
pbiiticaX affairs of the State. Settled at Red Buff and has 
been engaged in the practice of his profession and con- 
ihictin^ a large fruit orchard as owner, and has given 
much attention to developing the horticultural industry 
fH iiit state. Author of "The Tragedy of Anderson ville." 
^d has been a copious writer of literature descriptive of 
iKe 6tate; for a number of years, pr^ident of the Cal. 
State Board of Trade; appointed Commissioner of the 
Supreme Court of the state in April, 1897 and is still serv- 
ing in that c^padty at San Francisco though retaining 
his domicile at Red Buff. A consistent and earnest repub- 
lican, he has been heard frequently in advocacy of his 
party's principles prior to entering upon his judicial 
duties. He married at St. Louis Mo., Jan. 30, 1865, Mary 
Isabel, daughter oJf Robert Holmes. 

Two children, — 

1989. A son, died inf. 

1990. A daughter 

m. Chester S. Smith of San Francisco. 

1183. Virgil Cbipman, second son of Orrin Chipman 
(484)» was bom in Burlington, Ohio, Oct. 28, 1830; died 



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208 THE CHIPliAK FAIOLT 

at soldierB home, Leavenworth, Kans., Feb. 28, 1017. 
Was a cabinet maker and later a building contractor in 
St. Joseph, Mo.; a fifer in the Civil War. Married, first, 
Oct. 26, 1851, Melinda Moore, bom Sept. 4, 1834; died 
Aug. 19, 1859; second, March 15, 1860, Deborah Hand, 
who was bom Nov. 11, 1839; died Sept. 17, 1906. 
Four children by first marriage, three by second, — 



1991. 


Richard, born 


1 April 4,1853 


1992. 


Clark Elgin, 


April 19. 1854 


1993. 


Orrin, 


May 23, 1856 


1994. 


Harriett, 


Oct. 29, 1858 


1995. 


Ellsworth, 


Dec. 17, I860: d 1876 


1996. 


Clara, 


June 29, 1864 


1997. 


Lillian, 


Sept. 28, 1870: d 1872 



1190. Sqrmour Clhipman, oldest son of John Chip- 
man (496), was bom in Essex, Vt., June 30, 1833. Was a 
resident of Iowa. On Aug. 14, 1852 he married Prudence 
Maxon, bom in Ohio, Jan. 12, 1835. 

Three children, — 

1998. Melvina Emeline, b. March 19, 1854 

1999. Charles Herman, Dec. 18, 1855 

2000. Clarence Hiram, Oct. 16, 1857 

1196. Alonzo Searle CSiipman, oldest son of Hiram 
Chipman (497), was bom in Essex, Vt., Oct. 15, 1827. 
Was a resident of New York. An engineer. He served 
in the Navy three years during the Civil War. He married 
in Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 7, 1847, Lydia Consaul. 

Thre children, — 

2001. Alford Dexter, bom June 9, 1848; died 

2002. Edgar Eugene, Sept. 9, 1849 

2003. Theodore Theron, Sept. 25, 1851 



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THB CmPMAN PAMILT 209 

1199. Daniel Webster Oilpman, second son of 
Hiram Chipman (497), was bom in Ei»ex, Vt., July lOr 
1836, Resided in Milwaukee, Wis. Served two years in 
the Navy during the Civil War. After the dose of the war 
he served as engineer on several different lake steamers 
until 1871. Engaged in tug boat business until 1875 and 
after that in a commission business until 1890 when he 
. was appointed U. S. Inspector of Boilers for the Milwaukee 
District. 

1202. John Quincy Adams Oiipman, third sm of 
Hiram Chipman (497), was bom July 19, 1845; died at 
the National Soldiers Home in Milwaukee, V/is. in 1893. 
He served in the U. S. Army four years during the Civil 
War and five years after its dose. Married in 1880, Anna 
Owen. No children, 

1207. Thomas Joseph Chipman, oldest sm of 
Thomas Chipman (505), was bom in Newburyport, Mass., 
April 8, 1811. On November 28, 1833 he married, in 
Newbury, Mass., Dolly Brown Durgin, bom Feb. 23, 
1812. 

Six children, — 

2004. Hannah W., bom May 14, 1830 

m. William Warner Bailey. 

2005. Harriet Frances, March 3, 1838 

2006. Dolly Brown, July 6, 1840 

2007. Thomas Paraell Beach, Nov. 26, 1842 

2008. George Kenney, 

2009. John Kenney, 



^^^' ) March 23, 1847 died 



1209. William Chipman, oldest son of William Chip- 
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died Jan. 15, 1834. A mariner, residing at New London, 
Conn. He married, Oct. 3, 1819, Eliza Bailey of Groton. 
Five children, — 

2010. Giles William, bom Aug. 29, 1820; d 1821 

2011. Eliza Woodward, Sept. 22, 1822 

m. 1842, John Burgess. 

2012. William Henry, Dec. 6, 1824 

2013. Cynthia, April 14, 1827 

m. 1847, Albert T. Burgess. 

2014. Giles William. Aug. 29, 1830; d 1831 

1211. Samuel Chipman, third son of William Chip- 
man (512), was bom in Groton, Conn., Jan. 29, 1800; 

died . On Aug. 26, 1821, he married Phebe Teflft of 

New London, Conn. 
Five children, — 
^015. Frances Amanda, born Oct. 31, 1822 

m. 1842. Egbert Decker. 
5016. Sarah, Aug. 2.1829 

m. 1847, John M. Skinner. 

2017. Horace, May 23, 1835 

2018. Charles Henry. Aug. 8, 1843; d 1844 

2019. Austin B.. March 14, 1846; d 1847 

1218. John T. Chipman, fifth son of William Chip- 
man (512), was bom in Groton, Conn., in 1823. He 

married first, Price of Sag Harbor, N. Y., who 

died 1849; second, Bull of New York City. 

One child by first marriage, — 

2020. Amelia, born 1848 

1219. Charles Packer Ch'pman, sbcth son of William 
Chipman (512), was bora in Groton, Conn, Aug. 8, 1826; 



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died Nov. 24, 1883. A life-long resident of Groton. Was 
first a farmer, and then a grocer for many years. Was 
a selectman of Groton for more than twenty years and a 
justice of the peace for over a quarter of a century. Mar- 
ried, April 1, 1849, Catherine, daughter of William and 
Fanny (Lamphere) Pendleton of Stonington, Conn. 
Four children, — 

2021. A daughter bom 1850; died 

2022. Frances A., May 11, 1852 

m. May 8, 1879, George R. Morgan. 

2023. William Pendleton, \ ^, ti loc^ 

2024. LiUie Pendleton, / May 11, 1854 

1220 Robert diipman, seventh son of William Chip- 
man (512), was born in Groton, Conn., 1833; died about 
1863. He went to Macon, Ga., and at the outbreak of 
the Civil War was not allowed to return north. On re- 
fusing to enter the Confederate Army he was driven from 
his home into the swamps where he died from exposure. 
He married Lucinda Beckwith of New London, Conn. 

One child, — 

2025. William Robert. 

1226. Albert Chlpman, oldest son of Francis Chip- 
man (517), was born in Patuxet, R. I., May 5, 1809; 
died 1854. Was a resident of Patuxet. Married, April 
27, 1842, Catherine P. Rhodes, bom Oct. 27, 1823. 
Two children, — 

2026. Sarah Frances, bom April 3, 1843 

2027. Albert Allen, Jan. 30, 1850 

1230. Daniel Ghipman, oldest son of Giles Chipman 
<521), was born at DeWittville, N. Y., July 30, 1822; 



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died at Youngsville, Pa., May 28, 1894. Married Lydia 
Davis, bom at Youngsville, Pa., April 30, 1822. 
Four children, — 

2028. John Walter, bom Sept. 17, 1846 

2029. Philena June 21, 1849 

m. Oct. 27, 1868, Joseph Wilson. 

2030. Mary Florence, Feb, 17, 1862 

m. Oct. 5, 1898, George W. Brown. 

2031. Grant H., Sept. 19, 1863 

1238. Hannibal AUen Chipman, oldest son of Chris- 
topher Chipman (524), was bom in New London, Conn., 
July 14, 1812. Was a resident of New London, Conn. 
Married Margaret Allen, bom July 15, 1812; died Aug. 15, 
1849. 

Five children, — 

2033. Frederick Allen, bom Dec, 18, 1837 

2034. John Potter, Dec. 2, 1839; died 

2035. Elisha, Sept.. 1842 

2036. Josephine, 1845 

2037. John Potter, 1847; died 

1241. Edwin B. Chipman, third son of Christopher 
Chipman (524), was bom in New London, Conn., Jan. 
30, 1826; died near Petersburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1864. Mar- 
ried Amelia J., daughter of W. H. and Julia Ann Ayer of 
East Haddam, Conn. 

One child, — 

2032. Julia Louise. bom 1857 

1242. Elisha Chipman, son of Josiah Chipman (525), 



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THB CHIPMAN PAIOLT 21S 

was born in Groton, Conn., about 1809. Was a resident 
of Groton. Married Sarah Cromwell. 
Three children, — 

2038. Elisha, bom about 1832 

2039. Lorenzo, about, 1835 

2040. Sarah, about, 1847 

1246. Nathan Truman Chipman, oldest son of 
Nathan F. Chipman (531), was bom in Hopldnton, R. L, 
Feb. 9, 1826; died at Mystic, Conn., March 2, 1896. An 
iron worker. He married, Nov. 25, 1847, Harriett A. 
Lewis of Stonington, Conn. 

Nine children, — 

2041. Thomas Lewis, bom Aug. 10, 1849; d 1881 

2042. Sarah A., Oct. 28, 1851 

m. Stephen A. Reynolds. 



2043. 


Charles H., 


June 22, 1854 


2044. 


Jessie E,, 
m. Ernest E, Lewis. 


Aug. 10, 1856 


2045. 


M. Alice, 
m. Charles Weems. 


Oct. 26, 1868 


2046. 


Edwin Clifford, 


March 7,1861 


2047. 


Abbie M., 


Jan. 1,1864 




m. 1st, Frank Allen 


; 2nd. Wm. H. 




Barber. 




2040. 


T. Wesley, 


March 14, 1866; d 1884 


2049. 


Nathan Ernest, 


Feb. 1. 1868; d 1870 



1247. Charles Henry Chipman, second son <rf 
Nathan F. Chipman (531), was bom in Charlestown, R. L, 
Dec. 16, 1827; died at Hope Valley, R. I., July 6, 1896, 
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Valley for nearly fifty years. He was esteemed as "honest 
in business, upright in character, devoted in religion and 
a thoroughly good man/' 

He married, first, Dec. 30, 1849, Sarah Palmer, who 
died Sept. 1851; second, May 21, 1853, Frances Ann 
Saunders, bom in Westerly, R. I., Feb. 12, 1827. 

Five children by second marriage, — 

2050. Charles Clarence, bom Feb. 6, 1859 

2051. George Gleason, Sept. 28, 1860 

2052. Sarah Frances, Nov. 25, 1862 

m. June 22, 1893, Charles N. Rich- 
mond of Hope Valley. 

2053. Mary Emma, July 14, 1866; died 

2054. Elisha Saunders, Nov. 13, 1869 

1249. Erastus Dennlson Ghipman, third son of Nathan 
F, Chipman (531), was bom Jan. 23, 1835; died May 1895, 
He was a physician residing at Saugerties, N. Y. Married, 

first Aurinda ; second, Lizzie Myers. Had children by 

first marriage, who all died young; no children by second 
marriage. 

1251. diaries Edwin Chipman, oldest son of Charles 
Chipman (535), was bom in Mystic, Conn., Sept. 23, 1829; 

died . A life-long resident of Mystic. Married 

Frances Pendleton. 

One child, — 

2055. Henry B.. bom May, 1859 

1252. Clollins Chipman, second son of Charles Chip- 
man (535), was bom in Mystic, Conn., Aug. 22, 1833; 
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engaged in the grain business there. On Nov. 24, 1853» 
he married Jane Chapman. 
Three children, — 

2056. A. Evada, bom Jan. 31, 1858 
2056a. Zella J., Oct. 7, 1864 

m. July 2, 1889, Palmer Bindloss. 
2056b. Mattie S., March 11. 1875 

m. March 19, 1896, J. R. Babcock. 

1260. George H. Qiipman, second son of Daniel A. 
Chipman (538), was bom in Greenmanville, Conn., Nov. 
19, 1850; resides in New Haven, Conn. On May 10, 
1882, he married Julia M., daughter of Ambrose and 
Harriet (Bristol) Clark of New Haven, who was bom 
May 17, 1846. 

One child, — 

2057. Frank Ambrose, bom Aug. 26, 1883 

1261. Charles Chipman, third son of Daniel A. 
Chipman (538), was bom in Greenmanville, Conn. May 8» 
1853; died in New Haven, Conn., Dec. 24, 1890. On 
Sept. 17, 1881, he married Carrie R. Whitcomb of New 
Haven. 

One child, — 

2058. Charles Augustus, bom April 29, 1884 

1266. William Churchill Chipmant oldest son of 
Samuel Chipman (542), was born in Barnstable, Mass., 
Feb. 27, 1822. A sash-maker. Married, first, Jan. 4, 
1849, Love Nye of Sandwich, Mass., who died May 1, 
1852; second, Jan. 25, 1864, Elizabeth Underwood. 

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2069. James, born Feb. 8, 1852 

2060. Grace E., April 28, 1865 

2061. Emily French, 1868 

t268. Isaac Kimball Chipmaiit third son of Samud 
Chipman (542), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., March 
0, 1826. A house builder. Was a Representative to the 
Legislature from Sandwich, Mass. On Nov. 29, 1849 he 
married Melinda N. Fish of Sandwich. 

Three children, — 

2062. Edmund Kimball, b. June 16, 1855 

2063. Elizabeth H., Nov. 4,1861; died 

2064. Caroline Melinda, Oct. 17, 1870 

1285. Alonzo Ghipmant second son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (557), was bom in Putney, Vt., Aug. 3, 1826. A 
farmer. Was a resident of Castleton, Vt., and moved from 
there to Wisconsin. On March 22, 1849 he married Martha 
Allen of Westmoreland, N. H. 

One child, — 

2065. Ida A., bom April 22, 1851 

1288. Henry Chipman, fifth son of Ebenezer Chip- 
man (557), was bom in Putney, Vt., May 2, 1835. A 
farmer residing in Wisconsin. Married, March 18, 1856, 
Martha Esther Chipman (1309). 

Two children, — 

2066. Alvan Henry, bora Feb. 8, 1857; died 

2067. Edgar, April 5, 1858 

1292. William Samuel Chipman, oldest son of 
Samuel Chipman (558), was bora in Springfield, Vt, 



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Oct. 23, 1828. Was a resident of Waitsfield, Vt. On July 
3p 1856 he married Zervia, daughter of Jacob Boyce of 
Fayston, Vt. 
One child* — 

2068. Ellen Anna, bom Oct. 11, 1857 

1310. Charles Robinaon Ghipmant oldest son of 
Charles Chipman (565), was bom at Ludlow, Vt., Aug. 11, 
1836; died at Lodi, Wis., July 25, 1913. Moved to Wis- 
consin with his parents in 1845, and was a constant resident 
of that state. On Nov. 3, 1864, he married Mary Jane, 
daughter of Robert and Ann (Hoggan) Ford, who was 
bom at Chicopee Falb, Mass., Aug. 7, 1841; died Oct. 28, 
1901. 

One child, — 

2069. Mary Adella, bora Dec. 16, 1869 

1311. Mortimer Clark Qiipmant second son of 
Charles Chipman (565), was bom at Ludlow, Vt., Oct. 16, 
1837; died at Soldier, Idaho, Jan. 12, 1907. On June 1, 
1865, he married Ellen A., daughter of James and Ellen 
(Elder) Ford, who was bom in Massachusetts, 1843; died 
April 5, 1880 . 

Three children, — 

2070. Arthur Clark, bom March 26, 1866 

2071. Carrie Ellen, Feb. 22, 1872 

2072. Annie Esther, March 28, 1875 

1321. Edward D. Chipman, oldest son of David Chip- 
man (575), was bom in Frankford, Pa., Jan. 25, 1841; 
reddes at Grass Valley, Call. A dmggist at Philadelphia, 
Pa., and Goshen, Indiana. He enlisted Aug. 14, 1862 and 
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Vols., until the close of the War. For many years an 
elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen, Ind. 
A prominent Mason. 

He married, first, June 14, 1866, Sarah B., daughter 
of Francis and Ann E. Putt of Philadelphia, Pa.; second. 
May 16, 1908, Mary Adel, daughter of William C. and 
Dyelsa Hafer of Goshen, Ind. 

One child, — 

2073. Warren S. bom May 23, 1869 

1322. Charles Qiipman, third son of David Chip- 
man (575), was bom in Frankford, Pa., October 24, 1842; 
resides at Philadelphia and Easton, Pa. Attended public 
schools until twelve years of age, when he left home to 
live with Ralph Lee, a farmer in Bucks County, Pa., and 
make his own living; remaining with Lee until sixteen years 
old, when he retumed to Frankford and secured a position 
with Jeremiah Quickstall, an umbrella handle and cane 
manufacturer, with whom he lived and worked until the 
beginning of the Civil War, when he enlisted as a private 
in Company G, 5th Pa. Cavalry, said regiment being 
assigned to the Army of the Potomac and armies stationed 
in Virginia. He was mustered out as a sergeant in 1864 
and retumed to Philadelphia. Employed by the Brides- 
burg Manufacturing Company for one year, and in the 
meantime, as well as before going to war, realizing how 
sadly his education had been neglected, he engaged tuiticHi 
in a private night school, working by day and studying 
by night, he succeeded in advancing in knowledge suffi- 
ciently to aid him in a successful career in later years. 

In 1866 he started an express route between Frankford 
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ment of a flour and feed store, resigning this employment 
in 1866 to enter the employ of a window glass manufac- 
turing firm, with whom he remained until 1873, when he 
resigned to enter the firm of Chipman & Nice, manufac- 
turers of window glass, paints, oils and varnishes. This 
partnership lasting eleven years, and disolved by his 
withdrawal in order to advance the interests of his two 
eons. 

In 1884 he bought a hosiery mill at Germantown, and 
after running same for five years, he built the Wakefield 
Hosiery Mills and continued there until 1894. When his 
two sons became twenty-one years old they were given an 
interest in the business and the firm became Charles 
Chipman & Sons. In 1894, he retired and the business 
was removed to Easton, Pa., and continued under the 
name of Charles Chipman's Sons. 

Since his retirement, he has written two books "The 
Rambles of the Denver Club" and "The Greatest Phil- 
grim of the Mystic Shire." He has travelled extensively 
throughout this country and foreign countries. He is a 
prominent Free Mason; past master of Stephen Girard 
Lodge No. 450; past high priest of Oriental Chapter 
No. 183, and past eminent commander of Kadosh Com- 
mandery No. 20, Knights Templar; also a member of Lu 
Lu Temple A. A. O. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. 

In 1864, he married Mary Vanartsdalen, who died in 
|904; married second, 1905, Anna Elizabeth Reichard, 
nfho died Feb. 21, 1913; married, third, May 21, 1914, 
l^r?. Mary C. Cummings. 

Four children by first marriagei — 

2074. Frank L., bom Feb. 19, 1866 



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2075. Elizabeth v.. July 14, 1868 

m. AA^lliam V. Parker. 

2076. WaiiamEvan. March 31. 1871 

2077. Harriet C, Oct. 2,1877 

m. Martin C. Hall. 

1328. Samuel D. Chipmant oldest son of Samuel 
Chipman (579), was bom in Waterbury, Conn., Dec, 29, 

1803; died . A farmer. He married, April 21, 1828, 

Julia Baldwin of Waterbury. 

Three children, — 

2078. Martha Ann, bom July 30, 1832 

2079. JohnB., March 19, 1836 

2080. Henry M., April 18, 1840 

1329. Sherman B. Chipman, second son of Samuel 
Chipman (579), was bora in Waterbury, Conn., June 13, 
1806; died Jan. 16, 1860. A trader, residing in Waterbury. 
He married, first. Amy Todd of Wolcot, Conn., who died 
Nov. 1831; second, Sept. 23, 1833, Mary Ann, daughter 
of Enos and Elizabeth (Chipman) Granniss. 

1330. Ljrman B. Chipman, third son of Samuel Chip- 
man (579), was bora in Waterbury, Conn., Nov. 9, 1808. 
Married, April 13, 1842, Susan Shepard of Newtown, Conn., 
and was a resident of that town. 

1331. William Chipmant fourth son of Samuel 
Chipman (579), was bora in Waterbury, Conn., Aug 13, 
1811. A carpenter living in Waterbury and Cheshire, 
Conn. Married, May 6, 1840, Rowena Baldwin of Sey- 
mour, Conn. 

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2081. Jane E., born Sept. 1842 

2082. Susan N., Nov. 18, 1845 

1332. George E. Chipman, fifth son of Samuel Chip- 
man (579), was bom in Waterbury, Conn., Feb. 9, 1813. 
Resided in Butler and Wolcott, N. Y., and in the latter 
town was steward at Leavenworth Institute. After 
1861 was a resident of New Haven, Conn. He 
married, first, June 13, 1843, Mary Dutton of Watertown, 
Conn.; second, Oct. 15, 1862, Ellen T. Hughes of New 
Haven. 

Three children by first marriage, — 

2083. Georgianna, bom Feb. 1847 

2084. Mark. 

2085. Anna. 

1333. Joseph Chipman, sixth son of Samuel Chip- 
man (579), was bora in Waterbury, Conn., July 16, 1816. 
A carpenter, residing at Seymour, Conn. On Nov. 19, 1844 
he married Emma M. Dickerman of New Haven. 

One child, — 

2086. Edmund, born Aug. 13, 1847 

1335. Ransom Chipman, eighth son of Samuel 
Chipman (579), was born in Waterbury, Conn., Nov. 30, 
1819. A resident of Waterbury. He married, Jan. 4, 
1843, Charlotte Hurd of Newtown, Conn. 

One child, — 

2087. Harriett R., bom Jan. 4, 1846 

1343. William Chipman, third son of John Chipman 
(581), was bom Jan. 10, 1827. On March 28, 1855 he 
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1348. Joseph Chipman, oldest son of Joseph Chip- 
man (582), bom in New Haven, Conn., Dec. 28, 1816; 
died Feb. 1, 1896. Was a resident of New Haven. Mar- 
ried, May 18, 1842, Julia Eliza Pierpont of North Haven, 
Conn. 

Four children, — 

2088. Sherman, bom April 19, 1843 
Twins, March 12, 1845; died 

2089. Dwight, June 20, 1848 

1349. William Ghipman, second son of Joseph Chip- 
man (582), was bom in New Haven, Conn., March 24, 
1819. Was a resident of New Haven. Married, May 18, 
1845, Harriett Lydia Sperry. 

One child, — 

2090. Harriett, bom Aug. 1846 

1350. Jefferson Chipman, third son of Joseph Chip- 
man (582), was bom in New Haven, Conn., Sept. 25; 
1821 ; died March 11, 1882. Was a resident of New Haven. 
Married, Feb. 24, 1841, Juliette Bartoll of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Six children, — 

2091. George Elbert, bom Jan. 12, 1843 

2092. Mary Emma, April 24, 1845 

2093. John Henry, May 22, 1846; died 
2094 Charles Henry, Sept. 6, 1847; died 
2094a. Jennie E., June 15, 1848 

m. 1883, Charles W. Hall. 
2095. Charles J., May 5, 1851; died 

1354. John Moses Chipman, older son of John Chip- 
man (591), was bom in Salem, Mass., March 28, 1809; 



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died April 16, 1852. A shoemaker, residing in Salem. 
Married, July 3, 1835, Mary Ann, daughter of Henry 
Russell of Salem. 



Five children, — 




2096. John Henry, bom 


Aug. 20, 1836; d 1851 


2097. George Tucker, 


Sept. 19, 1838 


2098. Charles Gustavus, 


Jan. 28, 1840 


2099. Mary Emma, 


Dec. 9, 1846 


2100 Francis Granville, 


April 16, 1850; died 



1357. Andrew Tucker Chipman, second son of John 
Chipman (591), was bom in Salem, Mass., Jan. 14, 1816. 
He was 1862-5 a member of the 17th Mass. Regtv U. S. 
V. A currier and leather-dresser residing in Salem. Mar- 
ried. Nov. 1845, Caroline, daughter of Jabez Treadwell 
of Sa'em. 

One child, — 

2101. William, bom 1847 

1363. Rev. Richard Manning Chipman, oldest son 
of Richard Manning Chipman (592), was born in Salem, 
Mass., Jan. 12, 1806; died Aug. 17, 1893. He was graduat- 
ed from Dar mouth College in 1822. Pursued professional 
studies in the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian 
Church in Princeton, N. J., and in the Theological 
Department of the University of the city of New York. 
He was corresponding secretary of the American Peace 
Society and editor of their periodical, — **The Calumet," 
1833-4. On Oct. 20, 1834 he received approbation as a 
preacher from the Litchfield South Asso., convened at 
Washington, Conn., and was ordained and recognized as 
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Mardi 4, 1835, where he remained until March 13, 1839. 
He was pastor of the Evangelical (Cong.) Church at 
Athol, Mass., 1830-51; pastor of the Third Cong. Churdi 
of Guilford, Conn., 1852-1858; pastor of the Cong. Church 
in Wolcottville (Torrington) Conn., 1859-61; pastor 
successively of the Second Cong. Church of Middle Had- 
dam (Chatham) Conn, the Hyde Park Cong. Churdi, 
Dorchester, Mass., and the Cong. Church at East Granby, 
Conn. 

He was at intervab a frequent contributor to various 
public journals and employed other opportunities of 
occasional leisure in antiquarian and linguistic studies. 
Of the several works published by him perhaps the more 
important is the History of Harwinton, Conn, — 1860. 
He was for many years a student of the science and 
practice of Medicine. 

He married in Roxbury, Conn., June 1, 1835, Mary, 
oldest daughter of Rev. Fosdick and Elizabeth (BumeU) 
Harrison of North Branford, Conn., bom Sept. 21, 1814. 

One child, — 

2102. Richard Harrison, bom Jan. 19, 1837 

1364. Andrew Mansfield Chipmant second son of 
Richard M. Chipman (592), was bom in Salem, Mass., 
March 26, 1807; died in Salem, Feb. 21, 1875. In 1823-5 
he was a clerk in the employ of Spear, Weaver & Co., 
in New York City and Richmond, Va. From 1825 to 
1829 he followed a mariner's life and during the latter 
part of this time he was "master's mate" of the East 
India Company's ship. Sir Francis McNaughton. Re- 
turning to Salem he entered the mechanical business, and 
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of the Common Council of that dty. A tin-smith and 
stove dealer. He married Nancy, daughter of William and 
Elizabeth Ryan. 
Nine children, — 

2103. Elizabeth Willard, bom June 13, 1833 

2104. Mary Ann, Oct 3, 1834 

2105. Andrew Augustus, Dec. 19, 1835 

2106. Harriett Matilda, July 10. 1838 

2107. Mary Ann, Nov. 20, 1840 

m. 1859, Charles Chase of Salem, Mass. 

2108. WUliam Henry, Jan. 13, 1842; d 1843 

2109. Sarah Elizabeth, Jan. 13, 1845 

2110. William Henry, Aug. 29, 1847 

2111. Maria Louisa, April 23, 1850 

1366. Eleazer Moeea CSiipman, third son of Richard 
M. Chipman (592), was bom in Salem, Mass., June 30, 
1811; died near Brookhaven, N. Y. On attaining his 
majority he was for a few years a mariner, in the course 
of which life, his vessel having left him on one of the Fiji 
Islands he was adopted as a chief, as well as a chief's son, 
by the natives. On returning he went into the mechanical 
business at Salem. In 1848-9 he went to California, and 
later, was at St. Louis, Mo. Was later a resident of New 
Haven, Conn. 

He married first, at Athol, Mass., Feb. 20, 1846, Abigail 
Miller, daughter of Andrew and Sarah (Gray) Mansfield 
of Nobleborough, Maine; second, at New Haven, Conn. 
Oct. 14, 1863, Mary E. Baldwin, bom 1839. 

One child by first marriage, four by second, — 

2112. Frederick Eleazer, bom Aug. 21, 1848 

2113. Edgar Martin, Oct. 24, 1864 



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2114. 


Lucy, 








1866; 


died 


2116. 


Minnie Sophia, 


Jan. 


6. 


1869 






m. 1894, 


John 0. 


Riddel. 








2116. 


A child, 




Jan. 


3, 


1872; 


died 



1369. Thomas Gray Chipman, fourth son of Richard 
M. Chipman (592), was bom in Salem, Mass., April 12« 
1818; died in Boston, April 28, 1850. Having been obliged 
by failing health to leave his course of study at the Oneida 
Collegiate Institute, Whitesborough, N. Y., he was 1841-2« 
a lecturer on phrenology. In 1843 he was editor of the 
"Essex County Reformer" published at Salem. He 
afterward resided in Boston. A dealer in lamps and cSl. 
He married, Oct. 9, 1848, Sarah Matilda, daughter of 
Peter Thacher Vose of Robbinston, Me. 

One child, — 

2117. Matilda Gray, bom Feb. 9, 1850; died 

1371. Henry Gray Ghlpman, sbcth son of Richard M. 
Chipman (592), was born in Salem, Mass., Oct. 15, 1822; 
died May 14, 1865. He resided in Salem until about 
1861 and later in Cambridge, Mass. He was a member 
of a Mass. Reg. U. S. V. in the Civil War and was in the 
expedition to Ship Island and New Orleans under Maj,- 
Gen. Benj. F. Butler. He subsequently served in the 
Navy. A victim of climatic disease, his death occurred, 
while on his way home from New Orleans, on board the 
U. S. Transport Mississippi. Before his marriage a 
mariner; afterward a tin-smith. On July 5, 1849 he mar- 
ried Sarah Elizabeth Morse of Salem. 

Four Children, — 

2118. Elizabeth Gray, Nov. 23, 1851 ; died 



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2119 Lydia Babeon, Oct. 22, 1856; died 

2120. AUceWaiett. Sept. 22. 1860 

2121. Catharine, Dec. 20. 1863; died 

1373. James Gray Chipman, seventh son of Richard 
M. Chipman (592), was born in Salem, Mass., Mardi 23» 
1827; died March 7, 1866. He resided at Salem; Milbum, 
111., and San Frandsco, Cal. He enlisted, in 186-, in the 
heavy artillery afterward converted into infantry. Daring 
the first day of the Battle of the Wilderness a bullet passed 
through his left lung and lodged in the shoulder-blade 
from which it was later removed by incision. Although a 
man of strong constitution he was unable to recover from 
the debility induced by the wound. A tin-smith and later 
a shoe dealer. On Dec. 25, 1849 he married Mary Elizabeth 
daughter of George and Elizabeth (Massey) Munroe of 
Salem, Mass. 

Two children, — 

2122. James Herbert, bom July 28, 1851 

2123. Arthur Ward, July 20, 1860; d 1864 

1376. Samuel Adams Ghlpman, oldest son of 
Samuel Chipman (593), was bom in Marlborough, Mass., 
March 16, 1817; died Jan. 10, 1877. A shoe manufacturer 
and later an undertaker. He married, Aug. 15, 1838, 
Martha Bigelow, daughter of Levi and Luanda Rice. 

Three children, — 

2124. George Elliot, bom July 18, 1841 

2125. William Irving, Nov. 6. 1846; died 

2126. AdinVemon, Sept. 29, 1848 

1377. John Chipman, second son of Samud CUpmafi 
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died . A re^dsient of Marlborough and for many 

years a shoe manufacturerer» later a real estate broker 
and auctioneer. He married first, Nov. 6, 1839, Ann, 
daughter of Col. Ephriam Howe of Marlborough; second 
1849, Harriett S. Gibbs of Framingham. 
Four children by first marriage, one by second, — 

2127. Mary Sophia, bom Feb. 26, 1841 ; died 

2128. Adelia Ann, Dec. 11, 1843; died 

2129. Mary Adelia, Aug. 31, 1844 

2130. Ann Howe, Jan. 5, 1848 

2131. Henry Ward, 186- 

1378. George Washington Chipman, third son of 
Samuel Chipman (593), was bom in Marlborough, Mass., 
Jan. 23, 1820; died Oct. 24, 1899. A resident of Boston 
and a member and officer of the Tremont Temple Baptist 
Church. He was one of the founders of the Young Men's 
Christian Association. A wholesale merchant and man- 
ufacturer of carpet linings. He married Feb. 16, 
1842, Annis, daughter of Charles and Sarah Lane of 
Abington, Mass. 

Four children, — 

2132. George Albert, bom May 1, 1843 

2133. Annis Miranda, April 10, 1845 

2134. Henry Harris, Jan. 8, 1848 

2135. Grace Edith, Aug. 15, 1864 

1388. Frank £• Chipman, son of John H. Chipman 
(605), was bom in Beverly, Mass., Oct. 17, 1861; resides 
in Somerville, Mass. He was admitted to the Minnesota 
Bar March 21, 1884; retumed to Massachusetts in 1893 
and is at present manager of the Boston Book Co. Married » 
April 6, 1881, Mary H. Godfrey of Hampton, N. Y. 

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2136. Martha Theodate, b. March 22, 1883 



2137. 


Camilla Elsworth, 


July 2,1886 


2138. 


Elizabeth Arnold, 


March 27, 1890 


2139. 


John, 


Nov. 15, 1896 


2140. 


Wilda Whitdng, 


Sept. 15, 1898 


2141. 


Robert Godfrey, 


Sept. 30, 1902 



1404. Lewis Chlpmaiit oldest son of Charles Chip- 
man (625), was bom in Poland, Me., Dec. 21, 1806; died 
in Auburn, Me., Nov. 3, 1892. He received a common 
school education and from 1826 to '38 taught school 
during the winter and worked at farming and house* 
carpoitry in the summer. In 1828 he attended Mon- 
mouth (Me.) Academy one term. He was the author of 
unpublished notes on the Chipman lineage from which 
much has been gleaned for this work. In 1835 he married 
Lavina, daughter of Robert Purinton of Poland. 

One child, — 

2142. Julius Grenville, bom March 23, 1837 

1404. Amoe Harris Chipman, second son of Charles 
Chipman (625), was bom in Poland, Me., March I69 
1817; died there Nov. 8, 1866. On Dec. 5, 1844 he married 
Lovicy, daughter of Col. Cyprian Cole of Greenwood^ 
Me. No children,. 

1416. James Chipman^ second son of James Chipman 
(628), was bora in Poland, Me., Aug. 26» 1811; died there 
March 28, 1884. A farmer residing on the paternal home- 
stead. He married, first, Dec. 6, 1842, Sarah Cushing 
Blanchard, bora in Falmouth, Me., June 20, 1812; died 
Feb. 2, 1853; second, June 18, 1853» Elizabeth Merrill. 

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2143. 


Edward Stevens, borm 


July S.1844 


2144. 


Albert Henry, 
died May 4. 1874. 


May 6,1848 


2145. 


Fred A., 


Feb. 2,1850 


2146. 


Jamn Irving, 


Jan. 8.1855 


2147. 


Ashley Freemont, 


Oct. 9,1866 


2148. 


Sarah ElixabeCh. 


Aug. 18, 1868 




m. Edward C. Hackett 


>• 


2149. 


Josephine L., 


Aug. 16, 1861 




m. David R. Gfeenwood, 


2150. 


Chester Ellsworth, 


March 27, 1864 


2151. 


Elmer Warren, 


Oct. 4, 1869 



1417. Alden Bradford Ghipmaiit third son of James 
Chipman (628), was bom in Poland, Me., June 12, 1814; 
died tliere Jan. 15, 1900. A fanner, residing in Poland a 
greater part of his life. On Aug. 14, 1846 he married 
Prudence Lear of Northport, Me., bom Jan. 2, 1822; 
died Oct. 23, 1891. 

Eght children,— 

2152 Harriet R., bom Sept. 10, 1847 

m. Fred A. Gower, 

2153. Clara A, Dec. 21, 1849 

m. John Sanbom. 

5154. Charles W., Oct. 1,1851 

5155. William A., March 29, 1854 
2156. JohnC.G., May 14, 1855 
2167. George E., July 23, 1867 
S158. Ella J., Dec. 4,1860 

m. Lafayette B. Grant. 
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1418. Hiram Chipmaiit fourth son of James Chipman 
(628), was born in Poland, Me., Aug. 15, 1818; died in 
Auburn, Cal., S^. 4, 1894. A resident of Poland until 
1869, when he removed to California. He married Julia 
Ann Morrill Hussey of Augusta, Me. 

Three children, — 

2160. Eliza H., bom Jan. 30, 1847 

2161. JohnC, March 12, 1849 

2162. Marion W., April 27, 1859 

1419. Benjamin Wadaworth Chipman, oldest son 
of Wadsworth Chipman (631), was bom in Sidney, Me.» 
Dec. 30, 1824. He married, Sept. 10, 1850, Amanda 
Stevens of Bangor, Me. 

Four children, — 

2163. George W., bom March 12, 1852 

2164. Frank B., Oct. 18, 1854 

2165. Sarah E., April 12, 1858 

2166. FredM., Sept. 10, 1860 

1423. Cliarlea Dexter Chipman, third son of Wads- 
worth Chipman (631), was bom Aug. 26, 1836; died in 
Waterville, Maine, Aug. 23, 1877. He married, first ,at 
Waterville, Oct. 25, 1856, Martha Savage; second, 



One child by first marriage, two by second, — 

2167. William Bacon, bom Dec 26, 1858 

2168. Philomelia, died 

2169. Hattie, 1873 

1435. Samuel Prescott Chipman, oldest son ct 
Joshua Chipman (633), was bom in Hebron, Me., May 20, 



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1823; resides at North Greenfield, Wis. Resided at 
Kingfield, Me., until 1854 and since that time in the West. 
In 1862 he enlisted in the War of Rebellion and went out 
as captain of Co. A., 83rd Indiana Regiment. He was 
twice wounded at Vicksburgh and was afterward promoted 
to Ueut. Col. of his regiment. On Oct. 15, 1845 he married, 
at IGngfield, Me., Achsa Davis Cutler. 
Three children, — 

2170. Adelaide E., bom Sept. 9,1847 

2171. Helen A., July 29, 1850 

2172. Ella K., March 1, 1855 

1436. Joshua Franklin Ghipman, second son of 
Joshua Chipman (633), was bom March 6, 1829; died 
while engaged in the War of Rebellion. In May 1853 he 
married Elvira Williamson of New Portland, Me. 

Four children, — 

2173. John FrankUn, bom May 14, 1855 

2174. Alice Georgia, May 18, 1857 

m. 1st, 1873, Daniel Clifford Brown 
of Atkinson, Me., and had six children, 
m. 2nd, 1898, Clark G. Bovee of Madi- 
son, Me. m. 3rd, 1908, Charles Oliver 
Small. 

2175. Albert Wallace. July 7,1860 

2176. George Prescott, Oct. 4, 1864 

1440. AlMon Chipman, third son of Simeon Chipman 
(634), was bom in Paris, Me., July 3, 1828; resides at 
East Cambridge, Mass. He went to California in 1861, 
returned in 1854 and has since lived in Cambridge and 
ridnity. He is proprietor of the Gould Packing Co.» 



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and a director of the society of California Pioneers of 
New England. On July 13, 1366 he married Mary Ann 
Haskell, daughter of Frederick and Harriett (Haskell) 
Parker of Bluehill, Me. 
One child, — 

2177. Anna Mary, bom April 26, 1857 

A homoepathic physician, Roxbury, 
Mass. m. 1895, George A. Palmer of 
East Boston, Mass. 

1445. Seth Lane Chipman» only son of Sumner Chip- 
man (643), was bom March 30, 1838; resides at Deer- 
ing. Me. Enlisted Oct. 2, 1861 as a musician in the band 
of the 6th N. H. Reg., but a few weeks later regimental 
bands were abolished; then on Aug. 15, 1862 he enlisted 
in the Navy and was sent to the receiving ship Ohio, at 
Charlestown Navy Yard, for a few weeks, and was then 
sent on board the frigate Colorado. The Colorado was in 
conunand of Capt. Goldsborough and spent several weeks 
of the fall and early winter at Hampton Roads guarding 
the mouth of the James River; in January joining Far- 
ragut's blockading fleet off Mobile, Ala. His teim of 
enlistment expiring Aug. 15, 1863 he was sent north on the 
transport Bermuda and arrived at Philadelphia and was 
discharged Sept. 8, 1863. For many years a resident of 
Gorham, N. H., where, in 1892, he organized a family 
orchestra consisting of himself and children; this orchestra 
has won a well-merited reputation. On Feb. 12, 1868 he 
married Ednah J. M., daughter of Ezra and Ruth (Steven* 
•on) Durgin of Exter, N. H. 



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Three diildren, — 

3178. Annie Ruth^ bom Feb. 12, 1869 

2179. Percy Chandler, July 25, 1876 

2180. Florence Ednah, March 10, 1879 

1449. Charles Pike CSiipman, oldest son of William 
Chipman (644), was bom Nov. 20, 1839; died Aug. 6, 
1890. Married, June 22, 1862, Wealthy Ann KeUy of 
Lubec, Me. 

One child, — 
2180a. NdUe. 

1450. George William C!liipmaii, younger son of 
William Chipman (644), was bora May 2, 1845; killed 
by cars in Chicago, Aug. 10, 1888. On June 9, 1874 he 
married Margaret Ryan of Chicago. 



Seven Children,— 




2181. Laura, bom Jan. 9,1875 


2182. William. 


Feb. 1,1876; dl89fr 


2183. Charles, 


July 30, 1877 


2184. George W., 


April 26, 1879 


2186. Wards., 


Dec. 9,1880 


2186. Florence, \ 

2187. Edith, J 


Aug. 2. 1884; d 1897 



1477. Grin Greenleaf CSiipman, older son of Lyman 
B. Chipman (652), was bom in Raymond, Me., Aug. 2» 
1837. On Nov. 26, 1863 he married Mary J. Mason. 

Two children, — 

2188. Frank M., bom Jan. 13, 1865 

2189. Lyman B., May 13, 1871 



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1478* Dudd BL GhipOMii, youngv too of Lyman B. 
Chipman (65^, was bom in Raymond, Me., Dec. 28, 
1845; died tlMre IWh. Married, Oct. 2, 1864, Emma 
Bfown* 

Three children, — 

2190. Fred Jackson, bom Feb. 12, 1871 

2191. GuyWUbur, July 15, 1880 

2192. Angie Margaret, Aug. 1, 1881 

1484. Walter Qiipman, fourth son of Walter Chip* 
flum (650), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Aug. 9, 1823, 

Sed . A resident of Barnstable where he was a 

magistrate. A shipmaster for a time, then retired from 
marine occupations and was for twenty-two years Deputy 
Cci. of Customs of Barnstable. He married, Jan. 25, 
1849, Mddtable G., daughter of David Baker of Barnstable. 

One child, — 

2193. A son, d 1863 
1489. Georfte C!hipmaii, oldest son of Barnabas 

Chipman (660), was bora in Barnstable, Mass., July 25, 

1819; died in Baltimore, Md., 18—. Was a rerident 

of Philadelphia and later of Baltimore, Md. In mercantile 
life and head of the firm of George Chipman & Son, chair 
manufacturers. In 1846 he married Jane Ann White of 
Philadeli^ia. 



Six CBil<ir60(~~ 




3194. Hannah, bom 


Dec. 22. 1846: d 1848 


3195. George. 


June 25, 1849; d 1858 


8196. Henry Clay, 


Feb. 14. 1851 


3197. Washington. 


Dec. 19, 1852 


3198. Mary. 


Oct. 18. 1859 


3190. Jennie White. 


June 21. 1863 



m. C. B. Dushane of Baltimore, Md. 



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1490. Washington Qiipman, second son of Barnabas 
Chipman (660), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., July 25, 
1819; died Aug. 20, 1851. A shipmaster. His death 
occurred at Chincha Islands, Peru, S. A., while in com- 
mand of the ship Palmyra of Boston. On Aug. 18, 1846, he 
married Hannah Perdval of Barnstable, Mass. 

One child, — 

2200. Washington, born Sept. 9, 1849 

1493. Nelson Chipman, fourth son of Barnabas 
Chipman (660), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Oct. 13, 
1828; died May 20, 1899. On Feb. 5, 1853, he married 
Louisa Bourne of Barnstable, Mass. 

One child, — 

2201. Russell Boume, bom Nov. 14, 1856 

1494. Marcus Morton Chipman, fifth son of Barna- 
bas Chipman (660), was bom in Barnstable, Mass., Oct. 8, 
1830; died March 12, 1913. He married, first, in July, 
1873, Sallie Wentling, who died Aug. 28, 1887 ;second, 
Nov. 27, 1889, Caroline Wentling. 

Three children by first marriage, — 

2202. Florence, bom Sept. 1. 1878 

2203. Helen, April 10, 1881 

2204. Henry Clay, died inf. 

1500. Samuel Hemenway Chipman, oldest son of 
Isaac Chipman (664), was bom in Shoreham, Vt., May 
22, 1813; died April, 1899. He moved to Milford, Ind., 
about 1837 and from that time until 1863 was a merchant 
in Milford and Warsaw, Indiana. For several years he 
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organized the First National Bank of Warsaw and was its 
president until it was changed to a state bank in 1881. 
He was deeply interested in genealogy and furnished the 
funds with which to publish an edition of the Hemenway 
family. 

He married, first, Sept. 25, 1837, Louisa S. Turrill, who 
was bom in Shoreham, Vt., Sept. 11, 1811; second, about 
1868, Alice Higley of Lapeer, Mich. 

Three children by first marriage, — 

2205. Walter. died inf. 

2206. Norton, died inf. 

2207. Henry Wheelock, born March 9, 1848 

One of the youngest to enlist in the 
Union Army, he was serving as a drum- 
mer boy when he died in a hospital 
at Tullahoma, Tenn. Henry Chipman 
Post G. A. R. of Warsaw. Ind., was 
named in his honor. 

1504. Silas Winslcw Chipman, second son of Isaac 
Chipman (664), was born in Shoreham, Vt. March 16, 
1826; died at Warsaw, Ind., March 9, 1916. At the age 
of twenty-three he joined his older brother, who had 
preceeded him to Milford, Ind., and the two brothers 
soon engaged in the dry goods business at Warsaw. He 
was one of the pioneers in Kosciusko County. He con- 
tinued in the dry goods business for over thirty years; 
then became president of the State Bank of Warsaw, in 
1881, in which position he continued very active, being 
at his desk the day before his death at the age of ninety. 
Both he and his wife were active and faithful workers in 
the Presbyterian Church, and he was superintendent of 
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On April 18, 1867, he married Sarah M., daughter of 
Matthew and Juliette Wilson of Northfield, CHiio, who ' 
bom March 6, 1842. 



Five children, — 




2208. Arthur, bom 


1868; died 


2209. Walter W.. 


Aug. 4,1870 


2210. WUbur, 


1872; died 


2211. Antoinettes., 


June 3, 1875; d 1888 


2212. Helen M., 


Feb. 20. 1878 



1516. Orlin Gordon Ghlpman, second son of Qrlin 
Chipman (680), was bom in Waltham, Vt., April 19, 
1832; died June 4, 1864. A painter and artist living at 
Fentonville, Mich. On May 17, 1856 he married Lucy 
Riggs of Fentonville. 

Three children, — 

2213. Albert Burritt, bom Aug. 7, 1867; died 

2214. Harriett Alice Sept. 7, 1858 

m. July 28, 1886, John Daney, son of 
Archibold S. and Ludna (Rich) Daney 
of Burlington, Vt. 

2215. Maria Augusta, Aug. 14, 1860 

1518. Daniel Francis Chipman, fourth son of Oriin 
Chipman (680), was bom in Waltham, Vt., Aug. 30, 
1836. A resident of Pontiac, Mich., until 1867, then o( 
Oil City, Pa. He served, 1862-5 in the 27th Mich. Reg. 
U. S. Vol. Married Feb. 6, 1865, Antoinette Susan Daw- 
son of Pontiac. 

One child, — 

2216. AUce bom May 10, 1866 



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1519. Frederick Andrews Ghlpman, fifth son of 
OrKn Chipmah (680), was bom in Waltham, Vt., Mardi 
18, 1840. A book publisher, residing at Pontiac, Mich. 
Served in the 10th Indiana R^. U. S. Vol. until its time 
expired; was Second Liuet. and Recruiting Officer in 
Chicago, 111., 1861, and then joined the Fourth Ind. 
Battery Corps. Married March 20, 1867, Cardine Emily 
North. 

1554. Charles Chipman, second son of Jonathan E. 
Chipman (715), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., Dec. 23, 
1829; died Aug. 8, 1864. A mechanist residing at Taunton 
and Sandwich, Mass. He left Sandwich in May 1861 as 
Captain of the Sandwich Guards, and when the 29th 
Mass. Regt. was formed, Dec. 14, 1861, he was promoted 
to major and was present with his r^ment in every battle 
in which they participated with one exception. When 
hb three years term of enlistment expired he re-enlisted 
and in July 1864 was ordered to the command of the 14th 
Regt. of New York Heavy Artillery. While in that com- 
mand, at Petersburg, Va., his skull was fractured by a 
fragment of an exploding mortar-shell. On Oct. 17, 1854, 
he married Elizabeth F. Gibbs. 

1561. Benjamin Chipman, oldest son of John H. 
Chipman (716), was bom in Sandwich, Mass., March 
25, 1829. Was a resident of Sandwich and Hyde Park, 
Mass. He married, June 15, 1851, Eliza H., daughter of 
Jonathan Fish of Sandwich. 

Two children, — 

2217. Sarah, bom June 15, 1852 

2218. John Henry, July 4,1854 



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1575* John CSiipman, second son of Joseph Chipman 
(725), was bom in Sussex Co., Del., Oct. 15, 1823; died 
Nov. 14, 1878. A successful farmer and miller, operating 
Chipman*s Mills. On Jan. 21, 1846 he married Maiigaret 
A., daughter of Joel and Elizabeth Messic, of Broad 
Creek Hundred, Del., who was bom Dec. 28, 1828. 

Seven children, — 

2219. Anna Elizabeth, bom March 7, 1847 

2220. Joseph J., March 10, 1849; died 

2221. JohnH.. May 20, 1861 

2222. James Thomas, March 6, 1854; d 1866 

2223. William H., May 23, 1856 

2224. Margaret J., Oct. 6,1858 

2225. Cartha, Feb. 3,1862 

1576. James H. Chipman, third son of Joseph 
Chipman (725), was bom in Sussex Co., Del., May 3, 
1827; died Feb. 18, 1863. A resident of Laurel, Del. 
Married. 

Six children, — 

2226. Sarah Ann., Dec. 3, 1849 

m. Geo. Faucet. 

2227. Margaret X^rginia, 1850; died 

2229. Franklin P., March 5, 1854; died 

2230. Mary. Jan. 18, 1856 

m. Henry Bell. 

2231. Martha, Jan. 18, 1856 

m. Geo. Mathews. 

1577. Samuel A. Chipman, fourth son of Joseph 
Chipman (725), was bom in Sussex County, Del., July 9, 
1829; a farmer, living for a time in Broad Creek Hundred, 



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Del.; later in Missouri and after the death of his wife he 
moved to Baker City, Oregon. He married Lavina Short» 
who was bom near Milesboro, Dd« 
Five diildren, — 

2232. Harvey, 

2233. Samuel. 

2234. Benjamin, 

2235. Bartie, 

2236. Ida. 

1579. William Chipman, sixth son of Joseph Chip** 
(725), was bom in Sussex County, Del., March 18, 1837; 
died at Lincoln City, Del. A farmer. He married Anna 
Maria Morgan, who was bom near Concord, Del. 

Three children, — 

2237. Lee. 

2238. ^lliam Thomas, 

2239. A son. 

1580. Thomas H. Chipman, seventh son of Joseph 
Chipman (725), was bom in Sussex Co., Del., Jan. 13, 
1839; died July 29, 1910. On May 2, 1857 he married 
Rhael Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Jacob and Nancy 
Knowles of Seaford, Del., who was bom July 16, 1840; 
died 1902. 



Twelve children,— 




2240. 


Irvin Manship, bom March 19, 1869 


2211. 


Jacob Thomas, 


Sept. 9.1860 


2242. 


Louisa Jonnah, 


April 6.1862 


2243. 


Rhoda Jane, 


Dec. 31, 1863 


2244. 


Isaac John 


Oct. 17. 1866; d 1867 


2245. 


Charles CarroU. 


Oct 7, 1867; died 



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2240. 


WUliam Hetuy. 


Oct. 14. 1868 


2247. 


Clarence Dale, 


July 23. 1871 


2248. 


Mary Lavinia, 


Jan. 15. 1874: died 


2249. 


Joeeph James, 


Dec 31. 1874 


2250. 


Clara May, 


May 23. 1880; died 


2257. 


Cora Rachel, 


Dec 18. 1881; d 1883 



1582. John M. Clhlpmaii, oldest son of James Chip* 
man (727), was bom in Deep River, N. C, April 4, 1808. 
A farmer, residing in Davicteon County, Tenn. Married 
Mary Armfield of Guilford, N. C. 

Eight children, — 

2252. Elizabeth Armfield, b. Feb. 9,1831 

2253. William James S., Dec. 8,1832 

2254. Tamsey Emeline, June 19, 1835; d 1842 

2255. Ingraham Chandler, Jan. 22, 1838 

2256. Anna Lucena, Sept. 21, 1840 

2257. Mary Lurania, May 13, 1843 

2258. Joseph Armfield, Oct. 9, 1845 
{2259. Sarah Mdvinia, Sept. 20, 1848 

1M6. Thomas Oialkly Chipman, son of Rachel L 
Chipman (735), was bom in Guilford County, N. C, 
Aug. 23, 1822; died at State Road, N. C, March 10, 
1903. Settled near Winston-Salem, N. C. A mechanic 
Enlisted in the Confederate army in 1863. A devoted 
member of M. E. Church. Married, first, Asenath P. 
Hedgecock o*" Winston-Salem, N. C; second, Clarisa 
J. Day of Elkin, N. C. 

Six children by first marriage, nine by second, — 

2260. John H., bom Sept. 23, 1848 

2261. Joshua A., Oct. 11, 1850 



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2282. 


Elizabeth A., 


Aug. 10. 1852 


2263. 


James A., 


April 17. 1854 


2264. 


WUliam A. 


July 9,1856 


2265. 


Asenath P., 


July 19. 1858 


2266. 


Jeseel., 


Feb. 23. 1863 


2267. 


Susan Ann, 


April 5,1865 


2268. 


JoelF., 


May. 1867 


2269. 


Albert H.. 


Dec. 16. 1869 


2270. 


Mary L., 


Feb. 22, 1871 


2271. 


Pheobe A., 


Feb. 2,1873 


2272. 


Thotnas A., 


March 15, 1875 


2273. 


ClarrisaP., 


May 5,1877 


2274. 


Sarah Etta, 


Nov. 25, 1881 



1629. William Flak Oilpman, third son of Rev. 
Draper Chipman (756), was bom in Momoe County, IncL* 
Oct. 24, 1844; resides at Mt. Carmel, 111. Entered the 
U. S. Army at the age of eighteen and served until the 
dose of the Civil War, participating in the campaigns 
through Kentucky, Tennessee and Geoi^a. Wounded 
at the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. After being mus* 
tered out o* the service, he returned to Southern In* 
diana and in 1866 moved to Mt. Carmel, 111., where he has 
since resided. 

Married, first, Oct. 23, 1872, Sarah T., daughter of 
Isaac N. and Jane (Tillon) Jaques, who died Feb. 8, 1877; 
second, Sept. 28, 1880, Helen S., daughter of Asa H. and 
Harriett Phillips, of Mt. Carmel ; third, Nov. 27, 1890, 
Addie S. Phillips, sister of second wife. 

One child by first marriage, two by second, — 

2275. PaulT., bom July 28, 1873 

2276. Adelaide April 17, 1883 

2277. Eleanor, Sept. 2, 1885; died 



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1667. Henry Austin CSiipniant oldest son of Danid 
Mayo Chipman (786), was born in WeUfleet, Mass., Jan. 
28, 1846; resides in Medford, Mass. Followed the sea 
during his early years and later became a mechanist. 
In 1872, he married, first, Mary Johnson of Eastport, Me.; 
second, 1887, Isabelle Rogen, daughter of Charies and 
Ann Moreton of Manchester, England. 

One child by first marriage, two by second, — 

2299. Lois Janet, bom Oct. 18, 1872 

2300. Henry Au&tin, Jan. 19, 1888 

2301. Esther Fenton, Dec 29, 1891 

1673. Stephen Robinson Chipman, oldest son of 
Stephen Chipman (795), was bom April 11, 1828; died 
Nov. 6, 1886. Married Julia A. Searles, who was bom 
June 10, 1839. 



Seven children, — 






2302. George S.. 


bom 


Dec.22, 1854; d. inf. 


2303. IdaM., 




July 22, 1858; d. inf. 


2304. James Henry, 




Aug. 4.1859 


2305. Walter Edgar, 




Feb. 17, 1861 


2306. Andrew L.. 




d.inf. 


2307. Alice, 




d.inf. 


2308. Lucy J.. 




d.inf. 



1674. William Henry Chipman, second son of 
Stephen Chipman (795), was bom Feb. 1, 1831; died June 
82, 1906. On July 3, 1853, he married Mary B. Aldrich, 
who was bom Feb. 20, 1832. 

Two children, — 

2309. Eugene Augustus, b. Feb. 21, 1854 

2310. PhebeMowry, July 30, 1867 



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1675. Ollrer B. £• Chipman, third son of Stephen 
Chipman (795), was born June 18, 1838; died March 20. 
1905. Married, 1870, Ndlie MacComber, who was bom 
in 1853; died 1873; marriedt second, Julia A. Sibley, who 
was bom Aug. 16, 1841. 

Two children by first marriage, one by second, — 

2311. Lillian I., bom 1872; d. inf. 

2312. OUverE., 1873; d. inf. 

2313. Franks., May 30, 1877 

1712. Jonathan R. Chipman, oldest son of Stephen 
Chipman (802), was bom in Bucksport, Me., Jan 2, 
1816. Was a resident of Bucksport, He married first, 
Alice Gesner; second, Dec. 15, 1847, Julia A. Douglass of 
Bucksport. 

Four chldren by first marriage, one by second, — 



2314. 


A child, born 


died 


2316. 


A child, 


died. 


2316. 


Jdin Howard, 


March 14, 1842 


2317. 


Sarah Abigail, 


July 31, 1845 


2318. 


Isaiah R., 


Sept. 15, 1848 



1713. Isreal C. Chipman, second son of Stephen 
Chipman (802), was bom in Buskcport, Me., March 17, 
1818. Was a resident of Busckport. He married, Nov. 
28, 1847, Nancy Raptnal. 

One child, — 

2319. Mary Eliza, bom Oct. 22, 1848 

1733. Thomaa A. Chipman, oldest son of John Allen 
Chipman (826), was bom at Amherst, N. S., May 5, 
1847; resided in New York City. A printer. Married,- 



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tnt. Sept 28, 1869, Helen Elizabeth, daughter of Alexan- 
der and Ann Robertson of St. John, N. B.; second, Nov. 2S, 
1897t Mary Alice, daughter of Henry and Mary Doyle of 
Peterson, N. J. 
Two diildren by first marriage, one by second, — 

2320. Allen Robertson, bom July 8, 1870 

2321. Annie Louise, Aug. 8, 1871 
2822. Alice Hope, Oct. 28, 1898 

1735. Robert Whldden Oiipinaii, thml son of John 
A. Chipman (826), was bonr in Amherst, N. S., Feb. 21, 
1851. Retddes at Medford, Mass. He married, Oct. 28* 
1873, Sarah Amelia Elderldn. 

Four children, — 

2323. Bessie Whidden, bom Aug. 28, 1875 

2324. Harold Vaughan, Dec. 1,1876 

2325. Helen Mary Gertmde, April 3,1878 

2326. John Elderldn, May 9, 1881 

1739. Russell Hope Chipman, sfacth son of John 
Allen Chipman (826), was bora at Amherst, N. S., April 
29, 1859; re^des in New York City. A bookkeeper. 
Entered the Bank of Nova Scotia in 1873 and remained 
there untU 1888, when he went to New York where he 
has since been employed as a bookkeeper and accountant. 
On Sept. 20, 1894, he married Ella Doyle (widow of Wil- 
liam Algeo) daughter of Henry and Mary (Rogers) Doyle 
of Phikidelphia, who was bora June 22, 1863; died 1906. 

One child, — 

2327. Mary Adams, bora Dec 10, 1901 

1740. darence Jared Hill Caiipman, oldest son of 
James B. M. Chipman (830), was bora 1845; resides at 



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THB anPMAN PAIOLY MT 

Port Arthur, Ontario. A physician. Graduate in arts and 
medicine at McGill Univei^ty (Montreal). Practioed at 
Prebcotc, Ont., for six years, then became resident surgeon 
of County Carleton Hospital at Ottawa, remaining there 
until 19(0 when he moved to Port Arthur. Married, 
1878, Mary, daughter of Lieut.-Col. W. H. Sharpe* 
Seven children, — 

2328. James Jared U., bom 1880 

2329. Anice Claire, 1882 

2330. WUliamH. D., 1884 

2331. Clarence A. C, 1880 

2332. Mary Frances, 1889 
HUda Powell, 1891 



2334. Sidney Atherton, 1895 

1741. Warwick William Lawrence Caiipmaiit second 
son of James B. M. Chipman (830), was bom in Dart* 
mouth, N. S., Oct. 29, 1846; died Oct. 4, 1910. Was 
educated at Halifax and began his business career as a 
derk in the Merchants Bank of Canada, 1865; became 
manager of the Montreal branch in 1875 and subsequently 
chief inspector of i^endes. In 1881 he became manager 
of the Ontario Bank in Montreal where he remained until 
1890. Was appointed first secretary*treasurer of the 
Canadian Bankers' Association at its formation in 1891; 
and manager of the Montreal Clearing House in the same 
year. He entered the service of the Molsons Bank in 
1898, and was chief inspector of that institution at the 
time of his death. On Oct. 17, 1877, he married Kathleen 
Anne, eldest daughter of Col. James Fielding Sweeny (late 
Staff Ofiicer of Pensioners and of the 12th and 83rd Regis. 
Imperial Service); who was bom May 11, 1856 at Court 
Devenish, Athlone, Ireland. 



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Six chOdrent — 

2886. Kathleen Cicely C. born Aug. 24, 1878 

m. Rev. Henry Bntten. 
2836. Warwick Fielding, April 26, 1880 

2387. Eleanor Phyllis F., Sept. 26, 1882 

2838. Lawrence Hamilton Knox, Feb. 19, 1887 
2330. Dorothea, Feb. 26, 1889; died 

8340. Noel IngersoU, Oct. 14, 1890 

1748. Brook Watson Caiipmaiit second son of Brook 
Watson Chipman (838), was bom in Annapolis County, 
N. S., 1836; died at Halifax, N. S., April 24, 1905. For 
many years a member of the firm of Chipman Brothers, 
wholesale hardware. President of Canada, Atlantic & 
Plant S. S. Co., Nova Scotia Telephone Co. ; Secretary of 
Agriculture of Nova Scotia; Warden Halifax County^ 
Member of Fort Massey Presbyterian Church. 

On Nov. 22, 1860, he married Kate, daughter of Elisha 
Harris of Aylesford, N. S. 

Five children, — 

2341. Harry Lewis, bom April 25, 1862 

2342. MaryH., Sept. 3,1864 

2343. JaredDeW., Feb. 3,1868 

2344. Frank H., Dec. 5,1870 

2345. Elizabeth, May 23, 1873 

175f • Louis William Caiipmaiit third son of Thomas 
Handley Chipman (846), was bom in Tupperville, N. S.^ 
Nov. 2, 1872. A farmer. Married Florence, dau^ter of 
Benjttnin and EUzabeth \(^lliams, who was bom Jan. 
22, 1874. 

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2346. Hden Elizabeth, born Oct. 11, 1901 

2347. Annie Louise, March 5, 1906 

2348. Eugene William, Nov. 15, 1913 

1768. Fred Atwood C!hipmant first son of Fredlc 
Mileb Chipman (850), was bom in Nictaux, N. S., April 
12, 1873; resides on part of the old homestead at Nictaux. 
Married, first, Nov. 15, 1905, E. Maud Parker of Belleislei 
who died Sept. 14, 1913; second, Oct. 25, 1916, Julietta 
Pearl Faim of Albany, N. S. 

Two children, one by each marriage, — 

2352. Annie Fredericka, bom Aug. 18, 1908 

2353. Lawrence Faim, May 29, 1919 

1769. Earnest Leander Gh'pmaiit second son of 
Fred'k Miles Chipman (850), was bom in Nictaux, N. S., 
June 1, 1877. A farmer, residing at Brooklyn, N. S. 
Married, Nov. 23, 1904, Louise WUkins of Brooklyn, N. S. 

Three children, — 

2354. Addbert MUes, bom May 19, 1907 

2355. Arthur Emest, Aug. 9, 1911 

2356. Emma Elizabeth, May 5, 1817 

1771. Georfte Fisher Gh'pmaiit third son of Fredlc 
Miles Chipman (850), was bom in Nictaux, N. S., Jan. 
18, 1882. Resides at Winnipeg. Editor and managing 
director of The Grain Growers Guide, Ltd. Married* 
July 23, 1907, Emily Raymond, daughter of Robert A. 
Christie of River Hebert, Cumberland Co., N. S. 

Two children, — 

2357. Robert Avery, bom April 28, 1912 

2358. Emily Christie, April 18, 1916 



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ITTZ. Ftank MUe8 Caiipman, youngest son of Fred'k 
Miles Chipman (850), was bora in Nktaux, N. S.» Oct. 8^ 
1891. A farmer on the o!d homestead at Nictaux. Mar* 
ried, Dec 20, 1916, Muriel Blanche, daughter of Albert 
Fitz Randolph of South V^Olliamston. N. S. 

Three children, — 

2350. Frederick Miles, \. rw. oi 1017.^;^ 

2360. Albert Fitz Randolphr- Dec 24, 1917; died 

2361. Dcm>thy Frances, June 19, 1919 

1777. Col. Leverett De Veber Caiipmaiit oldest son 
of \^lliam Henry Chipman (854), was bora in CorawalliSr 
N. S., Oct. 20, 1831; died at Kentville, N. S., Jan. 7, 1914. 
His early years were spent in his father's business on the 
farm, in the store and officially. He was Lt. Col. of the 
third King's Reg. before confederation; later held the 
tame rank and commanded the 68th Canadian Reg. of 
Inf. which he organized; at retiremnt he was gazetted 
honorary colonel. Manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia 
at Kentville for many years. Was a member of the first 
and second parliaments of Canada. In 1867 he succeeded 
his father as Clerk of the Peace, and when, in 1879, this 
office merged in that of municipal derk he was chosen to 
the position and held it until hk death. On June 9, 1852, 
he married Nancy L., daughter of Stephen H. and La^nnia 
(Angus) Moore, who died Jan. 26, 1902. 

Five children, — 

2362. Wilford Henry, bora March 21, 1853 

2363. Lavinia Moore, Sept. 4,1854 

m. May 4, 1878, Fred'k C. Dimock of 
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2364. EthdS.. April 3. 1858 

m. June 11, 1877, Barclay Webster of 
Kentville, N. S., and had one son 
Beverley, b. Sept. 16, 1878, an officer 
in the King's Own Lancaster Reg., who 
died in England, March 22, 1902, from 
exposure while serving in South Africa 
during the Boer War. 

2365. Annie Leontine, Feb. 11, 1864 

2366. Lena Evangeline, June 7, 1870 

m. June 11, 1890, Wm. Murray Bots- 
ford of Halifax, N. S. 

1779. Ross Chipmaiit third son of William Henry 
Chipman (854), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., April 7, 
1835. A farmer, residing on the old homestead at Com- 
wallis. On Sept. 14, 1876, he married Eliza, daughter of 
Richard and Tamar (Troop) Starr of Starr's Point, N. S. 

Four children, — 

2367. Annie Elizabeth, bom Aug. 12, 1877 

m. Nov. 1, 1907, Joseph E. Howe of 
Hillsdale, N. B. 

2368. Alice Mary Ross, Aug. 28, 1879 

m. Howard Graham. 

2369. Richard LeverettDeVeber Nov. 19, 1881 

2370. Helen Marguerite, Aug. 29, 1885 

1781. Fi^erick W. Caiipmaiit fourth son of William 
Henry Chipman (854), was bom in Comwallis, N. S., 
April 7. 1839; died Oct. 3, 1899. Resided in Kentville, 
N. S., where he carried on a dry goods business. Married, 
Nov. 4« 1868; Agnes E., daughter of Rev. George Strnthers* 
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Four children, — 

2371. Aubrey StrutherB» bom Dec. 5, 1869;dl80S 

2372. Kenneth L., AprU 8,1871 

2373. Henry A. L.. Sept. 10, 1874; d 1894 

2374. UuraL., Aug. 16, 1876; d 1903 

1783. Heniy Caiipman» M. Dm fifth son of William 
Henry Chipman (854), was bom in Comwaliis, N. S., Nov. 
25, 1844; died at Grand Pre, N. S., Jan. 19, 1919. He 
received his medical degree at Harvard, the late Dr. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes being one of his professors. In 
1868 he retumed to Nova Scotia and in a short time began 
his medical practice at Grand Pre, where he continued 
until his death. Married, first, Sept. 6, 1873, Laura A. 
Blair; Second, Sept. 19, 1878, Florence Blair; third Mar- 
garet R., daughter of George Thomson of Wolfville, N. S. 

One child by first marriage, one by second and two by 
third,— 

2375. Robert S., bom June 28, 1876 

2376. Laura A., Feb. 15, 1881 

m. Lawrence Smith of Vancouver. 

2377. George R., Aug. 15, 1886; d 1917 

2378. Reginald H., AprU 23. 1888 

1784. WilUam Reginald CSiipman, M. D^ sucth 
son of V^iam Henry Chipman (854), was bom in Com- 
waliis, N. S., May 30, 1849; died at Chelsea, Mass., Oct 
7, 1918. Received his medical degree at Harvard. Was a 
rendent of Chelsea after 1876. Professor of surgery for 
three years at Tufts College, and for a number of years at 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Surgeon at 
Rufus S. Frost Hospital for seventeen years. Membei^ 



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board of aldermen four years. Member of St. Lukes 
Episcopal Church of Chelsea, and senior warden for four 
years. Married, first, March 28, 1876, Annie S. Raddin; 
second, Jan. 15, 1907, Ella M. Stewart. 

1786. Alvah HoT^y Ghipmaiit second son of Rev. 
Alfred Chipman (864), was bom in Upper Stewacke, N. 
S., Feb. 6, 1867. Resides at St. John N. B. Matriculated 
from Cobum Institute, Maine. For a number of years 
was business manager of the Maritime Baptist at St. 
John, N. 6. and later for five years was Genoal Agent of 
the Equitable Life of New York for the Province of New 
Brunswick. He is now Superintendent of Ocean Accident 
and Guarantee Corporation, Ltd. for the Maritime Pro- 
vinces. On June 25, 1896 he married Mabel, daughter of 
William Norman and Harriet (Shaw) DeWitt of Com- 
wallis, N. S. 

Four children, — 

2379. Frederic Elder, bom Aug. 3, 1899 

2380. Sidney Shaw, July 15, 1903 

2381. Alice Caroline, May 29, 1905 

2382. Curtis Holmes, June 24, 1910 

1787. Chaloner Oaks Chipman* third son of Rev. 
Alfred Chipman (864), was bom in Sydney, Cape Breton 
Island, Nova Scotia, Nov. 30, 1871; resides at Pueblo, 
Colorado. Graduate from Cobum Classical Inst. 1888; 
entered Colby University, Waterville, Me., 1889 and left 
there in December, 1889 to accept a position in the First 
National Bank of Ocala, Florida. Left Florida in 1891 
and went to Pueblo, Colorado, where he has since resided, 
engaged in the real estate and insurance buoness. Not 
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1788. William Allen Chipmaiit oldest son of Andrew 
Fuller Chipman (867), was bom in Pleasant Valley (Ber* 
wide), N. S., Dec. 9, 1862. Resides in New York City. 
Attended public school at Berwick, N. S., until fifteen 
years of age. Went to St. John, N. B., and to 
Kentville, N. S., 1879, in the dry goods business. Took 
a commercial course at Eastman Business College, Pokeep* 
me, N. Y., Feb.-May, 1880, and in June entered the employ 
of The Bradstreet Company, New York City. Went to 
Australia in 1881 to become associated with his uncle, 
H. S. Chipman (872), in the introduction of American 
goods into Australia and New Zealand. Five years later 
returned to New York where, with the exception of one 
jrear in England, he has resided ever since, engaged in 
the devdopment of American trade in all foreign markets. 
Associated with him are his brother, Andrew LeRoy 
Chipman (1794) and his cousin, Howard H. Chipman 
(1803); the business being incorporated in 1903, under 
the laws of New York State, as Chipman, Limited. 

1791. Rev. Owen Nott Chlpmaiit second son of 
Andrew Fuller Chipman (867), was bom in Berwick* 
N. S., May 22. 1870. Reades at Port Williams, N. S. 
Graduated from Acadia College, 1892, and from Rochester, 
N. Y., Theological Seminary, 1896. Ordained to gospel 
ministry, 1896. Pastorates at Great Village, N. S. 1896- 
1900; Canso, N. S. 1900-08; Sydney, N. S. 1908-13; Hamp- 
ton, N. B. 1913-18; Port Williams, N. S. 1918. 

On Oct. 21, 1896, he married Annie May, daughter of 
John and Susan (Parker) Shaifner of Lawrencetown, N. 
S., who was bom Oct. 14, 1871. 

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2S83. Evelyn M., born Aug. 10, 1897 

2384. Mary Winnifred, June 26, 1899; d 1900 

2385. Ernest LeRoy, Feb. 18, 1901 

2386. Harold Stuart, ' June 25, 1905 

1794. Andrew LeRoy Ghipman, third son of Andrew 
Fuller Chipman (867), was bom in Berwick, N. S., March 
24, 1879 Resides in New York City. Obtained hb elemen- 
tary education in the Berwick pdiool. Entered the Uni- 
versity of Toronto in 1898, graduating in 1902 with the 
degree of B. A. Entered mercantile life in New York, 
1902, with his brother William A. Chipman (1788), later 
Chipman, Limited. 

1795. Kenneth Gordon Chipman, fourth son of 
Andrew Fuller Chipman (867), was bom in Berwick, 
N. S., Aug. 4, 1884, Resides at Ottawa, Ontario. Educat- 
ed in the public schook of Berwick, N. S., and Newton, 
Mass. Graduated from Massachussetts Institute of 
Technology with degree of S. B. in Mining Engineering, 
1908, and immediately joined the Geological Survey of 
Canada. Topographical assistant, 1908-11. Assistant 
topographer, 1911-14. Topographer 1914. In 1913 was 
selected by the Geological Survey as geographer and 
seccmd-in-command of the Southern party, Canadian 
Arctic Expedition, of which \^lhjalmur Stefansson was 
leader. Spent 1913-16 in mapping the Arctic coast 
of Canada, and his work in this connection is a 
very valuable addition to world geography. On October 
16, 1916, he married Marjorie Cowan, daughter of William 
H. and Mary L. (Britton) Pennock of Otawa, Ont., who 
was bom Aug. 19, 1886. 

One child, — 

2387. WUliam Pennock, bom Oct. 15, 1918 



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1797. Frank Bererly Allen Chipmant oldest son of 
John Pryor Chipman (871), was born in Kent^dlle, N. S., 
Sept. 2, 1877; resides at Halifax, N. S. Graduated from 
Acadia University, Wolfville, N. S., 1899, and from the 
law department of Dalhousie University, Halifax, N. S., 
1902. After bdng admitted to the bar he began the 
practice of law at Pictou, N. S., where he remained a year 
then he jcnned J. C. Douglas, M. P., at Glace Bay, Cape 
Breton, N. S., where he continued practice for ten years. 
Returned to Pictou and became junior member of the 
firm of McDonald, Ives & Chipman and continued there 
until 1918 when he joined the firm of Mclnnes, Jenks, 
Lovett, Fulton & Kenny of Halifax, N. S. On Sept. 9, 
1908, he married Isabelle Margaret, daughter of William 
H. and Kathryn (McDonald) Chisholm of Bathurst, N. B. 

Three children, — 

2388. Frances Beverly, bom June 19, 1909 

2389. Isabelle Margaret, Aug. 22, 1912 

2390. Kathryn Beatrice, Sept. 9, 1914 

1798. Arthur Haliburton Chlpmaiit second son of 
John Pryor Chipman (871), was bom in Kentville, N. S., 
Dec. 22, 1879; resides at Vancouver. Graduated Acadia 
University, 1900. Fruit grower at Kentville until 1903; 
division derk and assistant rate derk for Canadian Pacific 
Ry. at Winnipeg. Unmarried. 

1862. Murray Reginald Caiipman, youngest son of 
John Pryor Chipman (871), was bom Jan. 31, 1897. 
Educated at Kings County Academy, Pictou Academy and 
Acadia College. Enlisted March 2, 1916, in the 219th 
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Scotia Highland Brigade in October, 1916. IVoiiioted 
to lieutenant in Sept. 1917. Joined the 85th Nova Scotia 
His^ilanders in France, Nov. 1917. Wounded August 10, 
1918, at Amiens; awarded military croes for gallant conduct 
that day. Evacuated to England, but rejdned battalion 
Oct. 23, 1918 and participated in the attack on Vakndennca 
and then to Quieverchaine. Again evacuated to England, 
Jan. 1, 1919. Invested with the military cross by King 
George at Buckingham Palace, Feb. 23, 1919. Returned 
to Canada, April, 1919. 

1803. Howard Holmes Ghlpmaiit only son of Holmes 
Samuel Chipman (872), was bom in Sydney, Australia, 
May 8, 1883. Resides at Sydney, Australia. Traveled 
through India, Palestine, Syria and Europe, 1894-90. 
Attended preparatory schools in Australia, Switzerland 
and England. Traveled around the world, 1901. Malvern 
College, England, 1898-1902. Trinity Collqie, Oxford, 
1902-05. B. A. de Jure in Honour School of Jurisprudence. 
Called to the bar at Lincobi's Inn Fidds, 1906. Repre^ 
sented Oxford and Cambridge versus Harvard and Yafe in 
100 yards race, 1904. 

Started in foreign commerce with Chipman, limited, 
1900. Travelled extensively through North and South 
America, 1906-11, and through the British Islands, Europt 
and North Africa, 1911-14. 

Volunteered for active service, Aug. 1914, and was 
attadied to chief inspector of mechanical transport of 
the British Army, Aug.-Sept. 1914. Volunteered for 
overNas service with Warwickshire Yoemanry, Sept. 
1914, but was not accepted. Attached to local recniiting 
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tractors to the RiM^ian and British Governments and in 
Oct>Dec. 1914, introduced American four-wheel drivfe 
trudte to the Allied Governments. During 1915 intro- 
duced a light American caterpillar tractor to the British 
imd French Governments and after repeated efforts and 
ext)eriments, Dec. 1914 to Nov. 1915, succeeded in inter- 
esting the British Admiralty to take up the idea of "move* 
able fortresses" later called "Landships" and "Tanks/' 
The French Government finally adopted the original 
type "Baby Tanks" but not until 1918. 

Came to the United States and procured, inspected and 
shipped during 1916-18, trucks, tractors, etc., for Ergland 
and France. 

1810. David Scott Chipmaiit son of George Lock« 
wood Chipman (885), was bom in Tupperville, N. S., 
Aug. 2, 1843; died Feb. 18, 1898. A farmer, residing in 
Tupperville. Married, Sept. 1866, Helen, daughter of 
Timothy Brooks of Tupperville, N. S. 

Eleven children, — 

2391. George Ernest, bom July 14, 1868 

2392. Timothy Brooks, Jan. 1, 1870 
2^93. Rupert, 

2394. Helen, 

Teacher in Maritime Business College 
at Halifax, N. S. 
- 2395. Edward, 

2396. John Douglas, 

2397. Charlotte Ann, 

* • • * m. Archibald C. Bent of Upper Gran- 
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2399. DaTid Scott. 
3400. Emma, 

m. James Berry of Granville Ferry, N. S. 
S40L Fred Mark, 

1830. Arthur Reginald Chlpmaiit oldest son off 
John Starr DeWolf Chipman (911), was bom at St. Step- 
hen, N. B., April 3, 1881; resides at Montreal, P. Q. Was 
graduated from R. M. C. in 1901, and in 1902 took up 
graph! e mining near Renfrew. In 1904 moved to Montrtsd 
and joined the Hughes-Ownes Co., later becoming a 
partner and vice president. District Inspector for Imp. 
Munitions Board, Nov. 1914 to June 1916. Enlisted ta 
June 1916 with the 244th Overseas Battalion, as major 
and second in command; went to England in March 1917 
and joined Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry in 
France, in October. Wounded at Passchendade Oct. 30^ 
1917. Rejoined battalion in Feb., 1918 and became 
adjutant; remaining with battalion until Dec. 24. Re- 
turned to Montreal and was discharged from the army 
Feb. 3, 1919. Now agency manager for the Province of 
Quebec for the Equitable Life Ass. Society. 

On June 12, 1907, he married Rosabel Hilda, daughter 
of William Wainright of Montreal, who was bom Nov. 
6» 1883. 

One child, — 

2402. WUliam Wainright, bom March 14. 1908 

1833. John Howland Caiipmaiit second son ^ John 
Starr DeWolf Chipman (911), was bom at St. Stephen. 
N. B., Nov. 19, 1893; rerides at Tottmto. Attended Mount 
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employed as assistant manager of Hughes-Owens Co., of 
Toftmto. Shortly after war broke out obtained a com- 
missioa in the 48th Highlanders and went overseas as a 
lieutenant in Nov. 1915. Joined the 16th Canadian 
Battalion in the field in Manrh 1916 and remained with 
that unit one year. In March 1917 was attached to the 
staff of the 4th Can. Inf. Brigade and in November, 
1917, was transferred and appointed staff captain of the 
8rd Can. Inf. Brigade. After eight months was promoted 
to general staff officer 3rd grade, at the headquarterB of 
the 1st Canadian Dividon in France and held this ap- 
pointment from Aug. 1918 until demobilization of the 
diviaon. Was in continuous overseas service a little more 
than thirty-six months during which time he was twice 
mentioned in dispatches. Awarded military cross. 

1835. Charles William Chipmaiit oldest son of 

Lewis L. Chipman (914), was bom in . 

Aug. 3, 1853. Resides at E>orche8ter Centre, Mass. 

1836. Walter Lewis Chipmaiit second 8oo of Lewis 
L. Chipman (914), was bom in Beverly, Mass., Jan. 8, 
1860. Resides at East Lynn, Mass. On Nov. 2, 1881, 
he married Mary Ann, dau^ter of Henry and Lydia 
(Brown), Annabel of Lynn, Mass. 

Three children,— 

3408. Lewis Henry, bora Aug. 3,1883 

3400. Mary Alice, Aug. 10, 1884 

3410. Everett, Oct 8,1888 

1843. Lewis Chlpmaiiy second son of Thomas Dane 
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1861. Resides at Yarmouth, N. S. Is senior member of 
the firm of Chipman & Sanderson, barristers and solid* 
tors. On Jan. 21, 1886, he married Maggie L., daughter 
cS Alvin Haley, who was bom Sept. 7, 1865. 
Six children, — 

2411. LenaM., bom April 9,1887 

m. C. Curtis McKay of Yarmouth, N. S. 

2412. Edith A. L., June 3,1888 

2413. Donald Ward Handky, Jan. 17, 1891 

A liuetenant with the Canadian forces 
in France. 

2414. Alvin L., May 4, 1892 
2418. Nathan Lewis, Feb. 6, 1897 

A lieutenant with the Canadian forces, 
killed in battle ''somewhere in France" 
June 16, 1917. 
2416. William Cedric, Aug. 6, 1906 



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1874L Horace Darius Chlpmaiit oldest son of WiBiam 
Douglas Chipman (980), was bom in Cincinnati» Ofaiot 
May 29, 1854; resides at Cincinnati. A carpenter by 
trade; architect, contractor and builder. Instructor in 
Manuel training, Technical School of Cincinnati; also 
at the University of Cincinnati. Established the Chipman 
Plating Company, composed of himsdf and two sons, 
1903. Became instructor of industrial training in the 
Cincinnati Public Schools (Hughes High School) in 1905* 
A 32^ Mason, Knight Templar and Shriner. 

On Mardi 21, 1876, he married Cora C, daughter of 
James C. and Enmia Wood of Cincinnati, who was born 
Sept. 25, 1857. 

Five children, — 

245L Josephine Gertrude, bom Sept. 17, 1877 
m. 1899, Dudley Manser Bartlett. 

2452. WUliam Stewart, Nov. 13, 1882 

2453. AdaEmUy, Aug. 20, 1888; died 

2454. Horace Abbott, July 18, 1889 

2455. Ella Marie, Nov. 15, 1891 

1876. Douglas dinton Ghipmaiit thud son of Will- 
iam Douglas Chipman (980), was bom at Covington, Ky*. 
Feb. 1, 1861; died at Chicago, Aug. 29, 1897. A raihioad 
conductor. In 1884 he married Maggie Trimble of Cov- 
ington, Ky. 

One Child,— 

2456. May, bora 1885 



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1884. JeiM Stout Chlpman, second soii of Cynis 
Oscar Chipman (990), was born in Burlington^ Mid^p 
Dec 13, 1859; a resident of Detroit, Mich. Educated in 
the Rochester (Mich.) Public Schools, and t^gbtfqhoojt 
for several years, after which he removed to Detroit., 
On Feb. 10, 1897, he married May Louise, daughter p( 
Joseph and Mary J. Caswell, of Thomasville, Qnt. / 

Two children, — 

2462. Isabel Ruth, bom Oct. 15, 1898 

2463. Dorothy Louise, Sept. 8, 1905 

1890. John Oiipmaiit second son <^ William Chip- 
man (1027), was bom in Pottsdam, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1858; 
resides at Pascagoula, Miss, Moved to Florida in 1877 
and was a civil and mining engineer until June 1899» 
when he was ordained to the Episcopal ministry. Waa 
in charge of Christ Church, Augusta, Ga., until 1905} 
for one year assistant rector of St. Andrews, Jad^son* 
Miss., and since 1906 in charge of St. John's Churchr. 
Pascagoula, Miss. On April 18, 1892, he married Maria 
Beara, daughter of James H. and Elizabeth (Beara) Ran-^ 
dolph of Tallahasse, Fla., who was bom June 8, 185&, . 

Two children, — 

2464. Randolph, bom Oct. 5, 1893; 4 189ft 

2465. John, April 25, 1897 . 

1892. Walter B. Chipman, only son of Norman Chip- 
man (1046), was bom in Pittsfield, Pa., Dec. 24, 1852; 
resides at Pittsfield. On Sept. 9, 1877, he married Verona 
Stewart of Youngsville» Pa., who was bom April 7,: 1864f 

Three children, — 

2466. Mary E., bora Oct. 13, 1878 : i 

2467. Myrtle M. March 16. 1881 ; » 
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18M. George W. Chlpmaiit son of Ammi Oiipinaa 
(1047), was born in Covington, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1831; died 
at Saranac, Mich., Oct. 1, 1907. Served three years dur^ 
ing the Civil War, and for over fifty years conducted a 
boot and shoe business at Saranac, Mich. In 1854, he 
auuried Martha, daughter of Abiram Heaton of Ada, 
Mich., who was bom June 23, 1836; died AprU 6, 1886. 

Onediild,— 

1460. DewittAloosOt bora Aug. 23, 1856 



191L Burton Jesse Chipiiian, oldest osn of Jc 
P. Chipman (1112), was bora in Huntington Centre, 
Vermontt June 0, 1867; resides at Lincoln, Nd>., Re» 
moved to Nd>raska in the fall of 1877, where he has since 
resided with the exception of a few years in Chicago. 
Learaed and followed the plumbing trade, working as a 
journejrman in various cities; also as inspector for the dty 
of Lincoln. Member Am. Society of Sanitary Engineers. 
Prom early youth had a yearning for the amusement pro- 
fesnon. Worked in various business capacities with road 
attractions, both theatrical and tented. On Oct. 20, 1807, 
he married at Milwaukee, Wis., Mabel, daughter of Jacob 
Gerrard of Blair, Neb., who was bora Sept. 2, 1878. 

One child,— 

M74. Harry Burton, bora Jan. 21, 1004 



1912. George William Cblpman, second son of Jc 
P. Chipman (1112), was bora at Huntington Centre, Ver- 
mont, June 10, 1870; resides at Sherman, Cal. A resident 
of Lincoln, Neb., and Chicago until 1004 when he returaed 
to Lincoln and became building and plumbing inspector 
Cor the dty. Moved to Sherman, Cal., in 1013, where he 



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18 engaged in the automobile business. April 17, 1902, 
he married Margaret Elizabeth, daughter of John Clay 
and Jane Amanda (Bumham) Reeves, of Goodland, Ind., 
who was bom Aug. 1, 1875. 

1999. Stephen L. Chlpman, third son of James Chip- 
man (1123), was bom in American Fork, Utah, March 
18, 1864; resides at American Fork, Utah. Manager of 
Chipman Mercantile Co., director in Bank of American 
Fork and many other corporations. A member of the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints (Mormon) 
and presides as president over 9000 members. On Fd>. 
13» 1885, he married Sina, daughter of Niek and Karren 
(Pederson) Nelscm of American Fork, who was bora Nov. 
7, 1860. 

children, — 

Nov. 1,1885 
Aug. 22, 1888 
March 20, 1890 
Jan. 11, 1892 
Jan. 13, 1894; died 
Dec. 9,1897 
May 27, 1902 

1972. Isaac Newton Chipmant oldest dson of Chancy 
Chipman (1140), was bom in Seneca County, Ohio, June 
22, 1838; resides at Washington, Kanass. A farmer until 
1890, since that in the livery business. Moved to Illinds 
with his parents in 1841, and removed to Kansas in 1870, 
Enlisted in Co. H. 76th Ills. Inf. and served three years 
until the close of the Civil War. On Sept. 5, 1863, he 
married Pamelia J., daughter of Danforth and Julia Toomba 
of Bennington, Vermont. 





2475. 


Zina A., bora 


2476. 


LwenaK. 


2477. 


Bessie Fera, 


2478. 


Stephen H., 


2479. 


Alfred Stanley, 


2480. 


Elva. 


2481. 


Leah, 



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Four children,— 

3482. JuUaM., bora May 17, 1865 

2483. Fred B., April 9, 1869 

2484. EUaM., April 9,1872 

2485. Danforth T., Aug. 6, 1875 

1973. Joaeph Benaon Chipman, second 8on oC 
Chancy Chipman (1140), was bora in Cranford County, 
Ohio, Aug. 27, 1840; died at La Porte, Ind., Sept. 1909^ 
Resided in Momence, III., until 1873 when he moved t» 
La Porte, Ind. Enlisted in Co. N, 42nd Ills. Inf. and 
served throughout the Civil War. In mercantile business 
until 1894 when he was appointed a mail carrier at La 
Porte, resigning in 1907. In Sept. 1869, he married Marilla 
daughter of William Lynn of Momence, 111. 

One child, — 

2486. Clarence D.. bora Sept. 27, 1870 

1975. Willie Ancel Chipmant third son of Chancy 
Chipman (1140), was born in Momence, 111., Sept. 18, 
1845; resides at Burt, Iowa. At the age of eighteen en- 
listed in the 42nd Ills. Inf. and served until the dose of 
the Civil War. Engaged in farming in Momence until 
1881, then moved to Kossuth County, Iowa remaining 
there until 1895. Bought a furinture and undertaking 
business at Burt, Iowa, in 1900 and still conducts that 
business. On Dec. 17, 1867, he married Dorothy Adaline, 
daughter of Daniel P. and Almira (Coon) Davison, who 
was bora July 6, 1848. 

Five children,— 
^ 2487. Jesse Davison, bora Feb. 24, 1869 ;d 1873 

2488. Enola, May 31. 1870; d 1873 



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94«9. Myra Marilda, Sept. 8, 1872 

nu Jan. 27, 1807. Mib A. Brown. 

2490. Elmer Owen, AprU 18, 1875 

2491. Chancy Bird, Feb. 10, 1883 

1980. Willis Chlpmant only son of Lewis Chipman 
(1148), was bom in Elgin, Ont., Oct. 1, 1855; resides at 
Toronto. Early education at "Chipman Schoolhouse" 
Harlem, Ont.; graduated in engineering at McGiU Uni- 
versity, 1876; mathematical master, Napanee High School, 
1877-79; opened engineering office at Brockville, Ont., 
1881; Government surveys, 1882-92, western provinces 
and Northern Ontario. Opened an office at Toronto, 
1889, and has been in continuous practice as a dvil engineer, 
spedalizmg in water works and sewerage works. On May 
5, 1880, he married Angeline, daughter of Alexander Deni- 
Son of Napanee, Ont., who was bom May 20, 1860; died 
Aug. 14, 1883; married, seomd, June 30, 1886, Elizabeth 
Bmy, daughter of Henry Moncrdff Fuilayson of DunfenO'* 
line, Scotland, who was bom Sept. 22, 1867. 
!. Two diildren by first marriage, five by second,— 

2492. Henry Denison, b<Nti Jan. 26, 1881 

2493. Julia Angeline, July 20, 1883 

2494. Gertmde Ehna, July 11, 1887 

2495. OUvia Irene, Sept. 28, 1888; d 1899 
9496. John Walter F., Aug. 8,1890 

2497. Lucy Kathleen, Sept. 19, 1892 

2498. Waiis George. Nov. 9. 1898; d 1899 

. t983« CSiarles Benson Cailpman» oldest son of Walr. 
tar 9* Chipman (1155), was bpra in MomencCi lU.t Auf ^ 



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24t 1864; resides at BoynUm, Okla. On Mardi 29, 1883, 
he married Linda Anna, daughter of Comdius Hurley of 
Momenoe, 111. 



Eleven diildren, — 




2499. 


Lula Claire, bom 


Oct. 18, 1884 


2500. 


Carrie Bdle, 


Oct- 28. 1887 


2501. 


Walter Bcoaoo, 


June 14, 1889 


2502. 


Charles Claude, 


Sept 15, 1891 


2503. 


Mary Alice. 


Sept. 3,1893 


2504. 


Ndlie Annette, 


May 17. 1896 


2505. 


Rubene Rosamond, 


Feb. 10, 1898 


2506. 


Albert Arthur. 


Nov. 7, 1899: d 1901 


2507. 


Agnes Bemioe, 


AprO 12. 1902 


260e. 




Apra22.1905 


2509. 


Via, 


July 27. 1907 



1993. Clark Elgin Cailpman, second son ci Vir^ 
Chipman (1183), was bom in Ridimond, Iowa* April lOt 
1854; died at Dodge City, Kansas, Sept, 12, 1804. Re- 
dded in Topeka, and Dodge City, Ksuibas. Engaged in 
the coal and ice buisness at Dodge City and was for two 
terms dty marshal!. On Mardi 10, 1880, he married 
Catherine, daughter of Richard and Lydia Willis, who 
was bom at St. Joseph, Mo., March 26, 1847. 

Three children,— - 

2510. Peari, bora Jan. 14, 1881; died 

2511. Grace, July 1,1883; died 

2512. Bessie Leota, Jan. 21, 1886 

2623. Rev. William Pendleton Chlpmant only son 
of Charies Packer Chipman (1219), was bom in Old MystiCt 
Conn., May 11, 1854; resides at Talcottville, Conn. 



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Graduate Brown University, 1875; Rochester Theol. Semi- 
nary, 1877; D. D., Preabyn CoU. of S. C, 1800. Ordained 
to Baptist ministry, 1877, and was pastor of various 
churches until 1907 when he retired from active pastorate 
and engaged in literary work. Author of a number of 
books for boys. On Jan. 23, 1877, he married Lillie B., 
daughter of AA^lliam Browning Phillips of North Kingston, 
R. I., who was bom May 4, 1855. 
Three children, — 

2513. Charles Phillips, bom Jan. 10, 1878 

2514. William Browning, Oct. 4,1885 

2515. Jennie, Sept. 26, 1892; d 1896 

3028. John Walter Chipman, oldest son of Daniel 
Chipman (1230), was bom in Youngsville, Pa., Sept. 17, 
1846. On April 2, 1872, he married Lude A. Whitney. 

Three children, — 

2516. Susan Whitney, 

2517. Mary Elizabeth, 

2518. Ruth Florence, 

2631. Grant H. Chipman, second son of Danid Chip- 
man (1230), was bom in Youngsville, Pa., Sept. 19, 1863. 
In 1808 he married Bertha Haas. 

One child,-— 

2610. Harold, bom Oct. 27, 1898 

2043. Charlea'HerbertCh^^man, second son of Na» 
than Traman Chipman (1246), was bom in West Sauger* 
ties, N. Y., June 22, 1854; died at New London, Conn., 
Feb. 25, 1916. A farmer, residing in New London and 
vicinity. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Robert WiU- 
iams of Old Mystic, Conn. No children. 



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2M6. Edwin Clifford Ghlpmant M. D.* third son 
o( Nathan Truman Chipman (1246), was born in West 
Saugerties, N. Y., March 7, 1861 ; resides at New London. 
Conn. Graduated from Alfred (N. Y.) University, 1877, 
A fanner until 1883 Graduated from College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1891. B^;an 
the practice of medicine at Niantic, Conn.; member of 
East Lyme (Conn.) school board, and delegate to the Conn. 
Constitutional Convention of 1902. Moved to New Lon-* 
don, 1904; health officer of dty since 1916; member of 
Memorial Hospital staff. On Nov. 7, 1888, he married 
Eunice Chapman, daughter of Benjamin Franklin and 
Mary (Fenner) Crumb of Old Mystic, Conn,, who was 
bom Sept. 7, 1867. 

Four children, — 

2520. Clifford Earl, bom May 1, 1890 

2521. Tmman Franklin, Aug. 31, 1892 

2522. Harriette Eunice, May 22, 1895 

2523. Mary Agnes, April 24, 1897 

2050. Charles Clarence Chipman, oldest son of 
Charles Henry Chipman (1247), was bom Hope Valley, 
R. I., Feb. 6, 1859; died at Battle Creek, Mich., Jan. 20, 
1913. Educated at Alfred (N. Y.) University and Cornell 
University. An architect in New York. He was for twdve 
years, and at the time of his death, architect for the board 
of education of Yonkers, N. Y., where he resided. He was 
a member and deacon of the First Seventh Day Baptist 
Church of New York. A trustee of Alfred University. On 
Dec. 20, 1888, he married Flora Pmdence, daughter of 
Albert M. and Phoebe (Gorton) Clarke of Clayville, Who 
was bom Oct. 14, I860. 



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Four children, — 

2524 Charles Albert* bora July 30, 1891 

2525. Phoebe Miriam, May 22, 1893 

2526. Robert Clarke, Sept. 29, 1898 

2527. Frances Margaret, March 26, 1900 

2051. George Gleason Chipman, second son ol 
Charles Henry Chipman (1247), was bom in Hope Valley, 
R« I., Sept. 28, 1860; resides at Moosup, Conn. On April 
13, 1882, he married Maria Luella, daughter of Godfrey 
and Minerva Kenyon of Hope Valley, R. I., who was bora 
April 13, 1858. 

One child, — 

2528. Ethel Rosaline, bora June 27, 1885 

2054. Elisha Saunders Ghlpman, third son of Charlei 
Henry Chipman (1247), was born in Hope Valley, R. I., 
Nov. 13, 1869; resides at Yonkers, N.Y. On Dec. 30, 1916, 
he married Florence L., daughter of Samuel A. and Sophia 
(Bonton) Jennison of Cortland, N. Y., who was bora Jan. 
23, 1873; died Jan. 27, 1919. No chUdren. 

2t55. Henry P. Chipmaii, only son of Charles Edwin 
Chipman (1251), was bora in Mystic, Conn., May 1859. 
Was a resident of Mystic for many years and later of Pensa* 
cola, Florida. He married Sarah Caswell. 

One child, — 

2629, Lydia, 

* Capt. Charles Albert Chipman served in the World 
War from May 1917 to Dec. 19l8. On Aug. 23, 1917, h^ 
married Donna B. Reynolds of Bolivar, K. Y. 



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2056. A. B?ada Chlpmaiit only son of Collins Chip* 
oun (1252), was born in Mystict Conn., July 31, 1858. 
Was a resident of Mystic until 1878 when he moved to 
Minnesota and engaged in the drug business. On Nov. 21, 
1879, he married Esther, daughter of Alpheus M. Hewitt 
of Winnebago, Minn. 

One child, — 

2630. Bessie H. bom May 14, 1881 

2074. Frank L. Chipman, oldest son of Charles Chip- 
man (1322), was bom in Frankford, (Philadelphia) Pa., 
Feb. 19, 1866; resides at Easton, Pa. Educated in the 
grammer shoob of Philadelphia and at Peddie Institute, 
Hightstown, N. J. Bookkeeper for Chipman & Nice, 
paint manufacturers. In 1885 his father went into the 
manufacturing of hosiery in Germantown, Philadelphia, 
and, in 1888, he was taken in as a partner under the firm 
name of Chas. Chipman & Son. In 1894, his father re- 
tired and W. Evan Chipman (2076) was taken into the 
firm and the business moved to Easton, Pa. The busaneas 
grew in magnitude from year to year, and in 1909, Frank 
L. Chipman moved to New York to beocHue active head 
of that end of the business which was incorporated under 
the name of Chas. Chipmans Sons, located at 349 Broad- 
way. This company acts as sdlii^E agents for a diain of 
hosiery mills, whose total production is over 30,000 doaeen 
pairs of hose daily. He is a stockhoMer and oflker in 
most of these mills, also preadentof the Chtpman-Holtoo 
Knitting Co., of Hamilton, Ontario, the largest hoMery 
mill in Canada. He is a member of the Union League 
Qub, New York Athletic Qub, Merchants Club of New 



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York, Knollwood Country Club of White Plains, Adelphia 
F. & A. M. of New York, the Northampton Country Club, 
and Pomfret Club of Easton, Pa. 

On Feb. 12, 1889, he married Amelia, daughter of Aaron 
Jones of Philadelphia, who was born Dec. 6, 1866. 

Two children, — 

2531. Laurada J., bom July 29, 1890 

2532. Charles 2nd, Jan. 16, 1892 

2076. William Evan Chipman, second son of Charles 
Chipman (1322), was born in Philadelphia, Pa., Manh 31, 
1871; resides at Easton, Pa. Graduate of Philadelphia 
Textile School. Manager of Chipman Hosiery Mill? at 
Easton, Pa., and advisory council in eighteen other mills 
controlled by Chas. Chipmar.s Sons of New York. A 
member of the board of managers of Easton Trust Co., 
and was for several years prcsidert of the Easton Board 
of Trade. 

On April 14, 1893, hi n\ rrin' I . tiit 1< i.i « . »', i v! ni 
of John R. L. Si.iffen of N<\\ \ ( rl ( iiy; \\\ o w*.^ 1 in 
Nov. 28, 1870. 

One child, — 

2533. John Sniffen, born June 20, 1899 

2089. Dwight Chipman, second son of Jeseph Chip- 
man (1348), was born in New Haven, Conn., June 20, 1848; 
resides in New Haven. On Jan. 30, 1872, he married Ella 
A., daughter of Lucius and Amy Lancraft, of New Haven. 

One child, — 

2534. Ernest Dwight, born March 6, 1875 

2091. George Elbert Wesley Chipman, first son of 



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Jefferson Chipman (1350), was born in New Haven, Conn.» 
Jan. 12, 1843; died Sept. 23, 1915. A carpenter. In 1862 
he married Ellen T. Hughes of Ea^ Haven, Conn. 
Four children, — 

2535. Walter F., bom Oct. 19, 1863 

2536. Harry E., Aug. 25, 1870 

2537. Arthur L., Sept. 23, 1873 

2538. Minnie B. 1865; died 

2097. Geor&e Tucker Chipman, oldest son of John 
Moses Chipman (1354), was bom in Salem, Mass., Sept. 
19, 1838; died at Somerville, Mass., July 11, 1910. For 
the greater part of his life was a resident of Salem. En- 
gaged in the clothing business, being connected with the 
firm of A. Schuman & Co., of Boston, for many years. He 
married, first, Feb. 2, 1871, Harriet Eliza, daughter of 
Banajah and Thankful Truman (Whitney) Camp of Ccl* 
linsville, Conn.; who was bom Oct. 7, 1844; died Sept. 6, 
1878; second, Aug. 1, 1889, Lilla Danforth, daughter of 
Edward and Nancy Caswell of Lynn, Mass., who was 
bom in Augusta, Maine, Oct. 7, 1866; died March 29, 1918. 

Two children by first marriage, two by second,— 

2539. Anna Florence, bom Sept. 6, 1873 
m. Fred C. Cox. 

2540. Mary Whitney, Aug. 6, 1876; d 1879 

2541. Elizabeth Danforth, Sept. 28, 1890 
m. Joseph Thompson. 

2542. RusseU Sanford, April 6,1897 
Enlisted, Aug. 1917, with the Canadian 
Cavalry and was severely wounded at 
Ptcardy, France. 



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2102. Richard Harrteon Chlpmaiit son of Rev» 

Richard Manning Chipman (1363), wa& bom in Harwinton^ 
Conn., Jan. 19, 1837; died in Philadelphia, Feb. 16, 1912. 
He resided in Guilford and Torrington, Conn., New York 
City and Philadelphia. In 1862 he enlisted in the Navy 
and was acting assistant paymaster until 1865. After 
that he was engaged in the railroad buisness until 1878, 
when he became a miner and shipper of semi-bituminous 
coal, and from 1888 until his death was manager of the 
Coaldale Mining Company of New York. 

On Oct. 10, 1857, he married Fannie E., daughter of 
Nathan and Nancy (Clark) Brooks of Guilford. Conn.« 
who was bom Sept. 2, 1837. 

Three children, — 

2543. Mary Harrison, bom July 15, 1858 

2544. Richard Brooks, Nov. 26, 1860; d 1913 

2545. Uura Eliot, July 27, 1862 

2124. George Elliot Chipman, oldest son of Samud 
Adams Chipman (1376), was bom in Marlboro, Mass., 
July 18, 1841; died Oct. 17, 1903. Maitied NeUie L. 
Mahan. 

One child, — 

2546. Blanche Edith, bom Nov. 1873 

2126. Adin Vernon Chipman, third son of Samuel 
Adams Chipman (1376), was bom in Marlboro, Mass., 
Feb. 29, 1848; resides in Boston. A wholesale dealer and 
manufacturer of shoes under the firm name of Chipman, 
Harwood & Co. Also an exporter of boots and shoes. 
On Oct. 18, 1871, he married Mary Bosworth, daughter of 
James G. Calender of Newton Falls, Ohio, who was bom 
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Three children, — 

2547. Frederick Vernon, bom Oct. 19. 1872 

2548. Richmond Lane, Aug. 20, 1877 

2549. Mary Adrienne, Aug. 20, 1877 
m. 1905. Ward Bonsall of Pittsburg. Pa., 
and has Elizabeth, b. 1907 and Richard, 
b. 1911. 

2142. Julius Grenville Chipman, son of Lewis Chip- 
man (1404), was born in Poland, Maine, March 23, 1837; 
resides in Auburn. Maine. Spent two years in Burling- 
ton, Vt., at his trade of carpenter and wheelwright, then 
returned to Poland and later moved to Auburn, Me., 
where he followed his trade for some time, and then en- 
gaged in the grocery business which he followed for many 
years. On June 10, 1866, he married Sarah Hamlin, 
daughter of Whitney and Mary Frost (Freeman) Frank 
of Poland. Me., who was born June 11, 1843. 

Two children, — 

2550 Etheliid Ingelorde, born April 29, 1867 

2551. Stella Delphini, Sept. 29, 1868 

2143. Edward Stevens Chipman, oldest son of James 
Chipman (1416), was bom in Poland Maine, July 3, 1844; 
resides at Providence, R. L Enlisted in Co. C, 17th 
Maine Infantry, July 26, 1862, and was discharged Feb. 
6, 1863 for disability. Was engaged in various mercan- 
tile lines, and for a number of years was in the service of 
the N. Y., H. & H. RR. On Aug. 11, 1866, he married 
Kate Frances, daughter of Daniel W. and Margaret 
(Manning) Bryan, of Roxbury, Mass. 

Three children, — 



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2552. Alice Maud, born Feb. 21, 1868 

2553. Emma Louise, May 16, 1870 

2554. Henry Chase, June 0, 1879 

2145. Fred A. Chlpman, third son of James Chip- 
man (1416), was bom in Poland, Maine, Feb. 2, 1850; 
resides at Hiram, Maine. Moved to Hiram in 1875 and 
was for fifteen years employed by a manufacturing clothier, 
and for a number of years was a trackman for the Maine 
Central RR. For the past few years, a farmer. On April 

12, 1882, he married Sarah A., daughter of Ephra'm and 
Lydia J. Kimball of East Hiram, Me., who was bom Aug. 

13, 1854. 

Two children, — 

2555. Lawrence J., bom July 1, 1883; d 1905 

2556. Leslie K., March 3,1896 

2146. James Irving Chipmsn^ fourth son of James 
Chipman (1416), was bom in Poland, Maine, Jan. 8, 1856; 
resides in Poland. A farmer. For many years one of 
municipal officers of the town, and always interested in 
its civic improvement. On Oct. 2, 1877, he married Ara- 
belle, daughter of John and Melvina (Jewett) Bean* of 
Dummer, N. H., who was bom Jan. 8, 1857. 

Three children, — 



• Jonftihan Bean, born in MMon, Maine, mairiad Haanah Mac01 «f 
6tan<fiih, Me. Tlidr second eon waa John Bean, born in Hanover Me., 
Deo. 8, 1815, died May 25, 1803: mained Feb. 6, 1845, Lois Mehrinai 
daughter of Eiekiel and Lydia (Stiles) Jewett, bom in Nelson N. H. June 
18, 1823, died Inly 3, 1912; and thdr dan^ltter, ArabeOe Howaid, mai^ 
ried James IrviDg Chipniaik 



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2557. Bert Lee. born Aug. 26, 1878 

2558. Roy Eari, Feb. 15, 1883 

2559. Ralph Undeii, Aug. 30, 1886 

2147. Aslil^ Freem<mt Ghipman, fiif th son of James 
Chipman (1416), was bom in Poland, Maine, Oct. 9, 1856; 
resides in Poland. A farmer. He married, first, July 21, 
1883, Jennie Hall, daughter of Jonas J. and Julia (Tripp) 
Morrill of Raymond, Maine, who was bom Jan. 8, 1863; 
second, April 6, 1910, Mary L., daughter of John F. and 
Sarah (Lane) Bickford of New Gloucester, Maine. 

No children. 

2150. Chester Ellsworth Ghipman, sixth son of 
James Chipman (1416), was bo n in Poland, Maine, March 
27, 1864; resides in Poland. A farmer, owning the <Ad 
Chipman homestead, which has been occupied in direct 
line since 1781. For many years one of the municipal 
officers of the town. A prominent Mason. On Nov. 11, 
1890, he married Susie Seafare, . daughter of Hiram and 
Eunice (Verrill) Thurlow of Raymond, Maine, who was 
:bom April 14, 1866. 

Two children, — 

2560. Guy Albert, bom May 15, 1891 
m. Nov. 21, 1914, Edna Hackett. 

2561. Merle Ashley, Sept. 19, 1893 

2151. Elmer Warren Chipman, seventh son of James 
Chipman (1416), was bom in Po and, Maine, Oct. 4, 1869; 
resides in Poland. A farmer and carpenter. Worked in 
the paper mills and shoe factory in Haverhill, Mass., from 
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On Jan. 9, 1889» he married Mary Lizzie, daughter of 
Jam' sand Mary (Simonds) Kimball of Bradford, Mam. 
Three children, — 

2562. Bessie Muriel, bom June 8, 1889;dl89t 

2663. Chester Warren, Jan. 14, 1891 

2564. Gladys Amy, April 3,1893 
m. 1911, Alfred M. Thurlow. 

2154. Caiarles W. Ghipman, oldest son of Alden 
Bradford Chipman (1417), was bom in Poland, Maine^ 
Oct. 1, 1851; resides at Poland, Maine. A farmer and 
brick mason. On Dec. 21, 1881, he married Eliza J., 
daughter of Lewis and Mary (Wiley) DeLaite of Littleton* 
Me., who was bom Feb. 28, 1863. 

Two children, — 

2565. Ida Estella, bom Oct. 18, 1883 
m. Dec. 25, 1905, Alvah D. Strout. 

2566. Seth Linwwod, June 23, 1887 

2155. William A. Chipman, second son of Alden 
Bradford Chipman (1417), was bom in Poland, Maine, 
March 29, 1854; resides at Gray, Maine. A farmer. On 
Oct. 21, 1876, he married Ella A., daughter of Joshua and 
Mary (Merrill) Shackford of Poland, Maine, who was bora 
June 30, 1857. 



Six children, — 




2567. Ernest F., bom 


May 26, 1877 


2568. Leland M.. 


June 6,1881 


2569. JiiliaC. 


June 6.1883 


2570. HarleyR., 


Nov. 12. 1884 


2671. Bernard W., 


Feb. 7. 1890; died 


2572. IverM., 


Oct. 4.1899 



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2157. George E. Qiipiiiaii, fourth son of Alden Brad- 
ford Chipman (1417), was bom in Poland, Maine, July 23, 
1857; resides in Poland. A farmer. Married, first, Sept. 
21, 1880, Cora Jessie Wilbur of Poland, Maine; second, 
April 20, 1889, Cora Elizabeth Durgin of Poland. 
Two children by first marriage, two by second, — 
2673. Clarence E., bom Nov. 2, 1882; d 1907 

2574. Rockma L., March 13, 1884 

2575. Ethel M., May 13, 1892 

2576. Joseph A.. May 27, 1897 

2159. Walter F. Chipman, fifth son of Alden Brad- 
ford Chipman (1417), was bom in Poland, Maine, Feb. 22, 
1864; resides at Belfast, Me. On Oct. 21, 1903, he married 
Carrie E., daughter of Lona A. and Bertha (Woods) 
Flanders of Northport, Me., who was bom (X:t. 11, 1879. 

One child, — 

2577. Evelyn F., bom Nov. 19, 1918 

2173. John Franklin Chipman, oldest son of Joshua 
Franklin Chipman (1436), was bom in Argyle, Wis., May 
14, 1855; resides in Somerville, Mass. Employed in the 
United States arsenal at Watertown, Mass. On Sept. 14, 
1888, he married Lettie Frances, daughter of Solomon and 
Julia Smith of Readfidd, Me., who was born Sept. 21, 1865. 

Two children, — 

2578. Gladys Estdl, bom July 26, 1891 

2579. Irving Chester, June 25, 1893 

2175. Albert Wallace Ghipman, second son of Joshua 
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resides at Madison, Maine. A farmer. On Nov. 25, 1886, 
he married Flora M., daughter of James and Nancy Emery 
flf New Portland, Me,, who was bom Oct. 9, 1862. 

One chfld, — 

2680. HazelV. 

2176. George Prescott Ghipman, third son of Joshua 
F. Chipman (1436), was bom in Argyle, Wis., Oct. 4, 1864; 
resides at New Portland, Maine. A house painter. On 
Oct. 22, 188&, he married Jennie A., daughter of James C* 
and Mary Knapp of New Portland, Me., who was bora 
March 13, 1868. 



Five children, — 




2581. Harry F., bom 


May 25, 1888 


2582. VenaM., 


Oct. 26. 1890; died 


2583. Helen F.. 


Dec. 25, 1894; died 


2584. James Arthur, 


June 20, 1896 


2585. Ralph G., 


March 19, 1902 



2196. Henry Clay Ghipmaiit second son of George 
Chipman (1489), was bom Feb. 14, 1861; resides in Balti- 
more, Md. Married, first, Nov. 21, 1878, Clara Bingham 
Hovey of Mansfield, Conn., who was bom Sept. 5, 1856; 
died 1891; second, Nov. 12, 1895, Emma Graham of Phila^ 
delphia. 

Five children by first marriage, one by second, — 

2586. George Hovey, bom Oct. 15, 1880 

2587. Marion B., Jan. 9, 1882 

2588. Elise, Dec. 15, 1883; died 

2589. Caryl H., May 28, 1885; died 

2590. ClarisseB.H., Aug. 18, 1888 
259L EmUy Graham, F b. 6,1900 



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2201. Riusell Bourne Ghipman, only son of Nelson 
Chipman (1493) » was born Nov. 14, 1856; resides at Cliftxm 
Heights, Pa. Graduated from Philadelphia High School 
and later was assistant chemist at the University of Penn- 
sylvania. For three years was associated in business with 
his father and later was business manager for his undet 
George Chipman, who succeeded to the business. After 
the death of his uncle he continued in business for himself. 

Married, first, March, 1882, Anna Elizabeth, daughter 
of David B. Bechtel of Beverly, N. J., second, 1887, Mae 
Middleton Worrall of Clifton Heights, Pa. 

One child by first marriage, two by second, — 

2692. Ralph N., bom Feb. 14, 1885 

2593. Russell Bourne, June 21, 1887 

2594. Louise M., Dec 3,1889 

2209. Walter Wilson C!hipmaii, second son of Silas 
Winslow Chipman (1504), was bom in Warsaw, Ind., Aug. 
4, 1870; resides at Syracuse, N. Y. Graduated from War- 
saw (Ind.) High School and from Wabash College, 1893. 
After leaving college he took a position in the State Bank 
of Warsaw, later becoming a director, assistant cashier and 
for a time, cashier. In 1907, he went to Colorado where 
he remained for over four years, and for a great part of that 
time was assistant secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Fort 
Collins. Soon after returning to Indiana, he accepted the 
position of treasurer of the New York State Coll^;e of 
Forestry at Syracuse, where he b now located. For several 
months during the World War, he was business secretary 
for the National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. at 
St. Helena Naval Training Station, Norfolk^ Wginia. 
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2221. John H. Ghlpman, second son of John Chipman 
(1576), was born at Broad Creek Hundred, Delaware, May 
20, 1851; died July 7, 1888. A successful farmer and 
lumberman. On Dec. 22, 1870, he married Mary Jane, 
daughter of John H. and Nancy Gordy, who was bom 
Oct. 12, 1850. 

Four children, — 

2595. James Thomas, bom Dec, 31, 1871 

2596. John Emory, March 5, 1876 

2597. Ernest L., Aug. 25, 1880 

2598. Armina Ethel, April 18, 1886 

2223. William H. Oilpman, fourth son of John Chip- 
man (1575), was bom in Broad Creek Hundred, Del., May 
23, 1856; resides at Laurel, Del. Active in business and 
has served in the Delaware legislature. On Dec. 17, 1879, 
he married Sarah E., daughter of Thomas and Letitia 
Tumbleson, who was bom May 18, 1868. 

Three children, — 

2599. Daughter, bom March 3, 1881; died 

2600. Isaac John, Nov. 17, 1883 

2601. William Thomas, Jan. 18, 1891 

2240. Irvin Manshlp Chipman, oldest son of Thomas 
H. Chipman (1508), was bom in Broad Creek Hundred, 
Del., March 19, 1869; resides at Seaford, Del. A merchant 
On July 12, 1877, he married Martha W., daughter of 
William and Eliza Jane (Cannon) Garrison, who was bom 
Nov. 14, 1857. 

S X children, — 

2602. Albert Ewwod, bora Jan. 11, 1878 

2603. Irwin Louis, March 14. 1880 



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9604. Nettie Jane, Sept. 15, 1882 

2605. Horace Knowles, July 19, 1887 

2606. William Thomas, Jan. 15, 1894 
9607. Prank, Dec 18, 1896 

2346. William Henry Ghlpman, fifth son of Thomas 
H. Chipman (1580), was bom in Broad Creek Hundred, 
Dd., Oct. 14, 1868; resides at Laurel, Del. On Dec. 24, 
1891, he married Rina M., daughter of W. T. and Leah 
Gordy, who was bom July 15, 1872. 

Two diildren, — 

2608. Edna Gordy, bom Aug. 9,1893 

2609. LeonWUliam, March 14, 1906 

2249. Joseph James Ghlpman, youngest son of 
Thomas H. Chipman (1580), was bom in Broad Creek 
Hundred, Del., Dec. 31, 1874; resides at Laurel, Del. A 
salesman. On July 10, 1895, he married Rosa L., daughter 
of Mitchell and Mary Bowen, who was bom Nov. 25, 1876. 

Four children, — 

2610. Martha Giles, bom Sept. 25, 1896 

2611. Rachel, Feb. 10, 1902 

2612. Joseph James, Aug. 15, 1909 

2613. Josephine Elizabeth, Nov. 2, 1911 

3263. James Alpheus Chipman, third son of Thomas 
C. Chipman (1606), was bom in Winston-Salem, N. C, 
April 17, 1854; resides at Sate Road, N. C. A farmer and 
lumberman. On April 1, 1877, he married Nancy L., 
daughter of Aaron and Pheroby Woodruff of Cherry Lane« 
N. C, who was bom Nov. 12, 1855. 

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3614. Leota, born Dec 27» 1877 

2615. Arthur, Sept. 11, 1879 

2616 James Garfidd, Sept. 26, 1883 

3617. Thomas Luther, Sept. 4, 1884 

3618. John Henry, Sept. 17, 1890 

3619. OlaBeatrioe, July 33, 1895 

3394. James Henry Ghipman, second son of Stephen 
R. Chipman (1673), was bom Aug. 4, 1859; resides at 
Marlboflx>, Mass. On July 4, 1882, he married Sarah A. 
Brown. 

Two children, — 

2636. Henry Robison, bom Oct. 28, 1882 

2637. AdelU Gertmde, Nov. 18, 1885 
m. 1906, Roy Thayer. 

2305. Walter Edgar Ghipman, third son of Stephen 
R. Chipman (1673), was bom Feb. 17, 1861; died April 2. 
1908. Married Flora Rodgers. 

One child, — 

2638. George Stephen, bom Dec. 14, 1903 

2309. Eugene Augustus Chipman, only son of ^11- 
iam H. Chipman (1674), was bom Feb. 21, 1854; resides 
at Woonsocket, R. I. Married Annie Hathaway, who 
was bom July 26, 1858. No children. 

2313. Frank S. Ghipman, second son of Oliver B. E. 
Chipman (1675), was bom May 30, 1877. On May 26, 
1889, he married Ruby Foster, who was bom May 26,1880. 

One child, — 

2639. Oliver George, bora Sept. 6, 1910 



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2341. Ck>l. Harry Lewis Ghipman, oldest son of Brook 
Watson Chipman (1748), was born in Aylesford, Kings Co., 
N. S., April 25, 1862; reddes at Halifax, N. S. Is exten- 
sively identified with the shipping and industrial progress 
of Halifax; has been manager of the Canada, Atlantic & 
Plant Line Steamship Co., for many years. Consul for 
Aust'O-Hungary at Halifax, 1896. Member of Halifax 
branch British Navy League; chairman board of school 
commissioners, 1900-03. Long identified with the militia 
service; promoted to major 66th Regt. 1903, It. col. 1910; 
holds long service decorartion. 

On Sept. 12, 1895, he married Gertrude Maud, daughter 
of Hon. Justice J. Norman Ritchie of Halifax, who was 
bom Aug.ll, 1863. 

One child — 

2651. Harry Ritchie, bom Oct. 12, 1897 

2343. James DeW. Chipmaii« second son of Brook 
Watson Chipman (1748), was bom in Halifax, N. S., Feb. 
3, 1866; resides at Halifax. Connected with the Canadian 
Pacific Railway for many years and now dty passenger 
and freight agent at Halifax, N. S. On June 29, 1898, he 
married Minna E., daughter of F. W. Fishwidi of Halifax, 
N. S. No children. 

2344. Frank H. Chipman, third son of Brook Wat<^n 
Chipman (1748), was bom in Halifax, N. S., Dec 5, 1870; 
resides at Boston, Mass. Was connected with the Plant 
Line Steamships and moved to Boston in 1905, remaining 
with the Plant Line until 1916. Now manager of Nova 
Scotia Steamships, Ltd. On Dec. 18, 1912, he married 
Estelle M., daughter of \^^lliam H. Killam of Yarmouth, 
N. S., who was bom Oct. 13, 1879. No children. 



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2362. Wl'ford Henry Ghipman, only son of Leverett 
dc Vebcr Chipman (1777), was born in Kentviile, N. S., 
March 21, 1853; died at New O leans, La., April 24, 1905. 
For twenty-five years he was with the Bank of Nova Scotia 
at Kentville, N. S. and later as manager of Canadian Bank 
of Commerce, Middletown, N. S. On account of failing 
health he went to California for some months and died on 
the way home. On June 23, 1890, he married Grace Hun- 
newell Eaton Porter, daughter of J. Rufus and Josephine 
Hamliton (Collins) Eaton of Kentville, N. S. 

Two children, — 

2661. Leverett de Veber, bom April 17, 1891 

2662. Reginald Wemyss, June 5, 1892 

2369. Richard Leverett DeVeber C!hipman, only 
son of Ross Chipman (1779), was bom in Kentville, 
N. S., Nov. 19, 1888; resides at St. John, N. B. Received 
degrees of B. A. and M. A. at Acadia College, 1903-4; 
M. D. C. M. at McGill University, 1908. Intem in Royal 
Victoria Hospital, one year; practiced medicine at Stockett, 
Montana, five years; intem at Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose 
and Throat Hospital, two and a half years; settled in St. 
John, 1916, as a specialist. On Oct. 6, 1909. he married 
Etta G., daughter of Richard H. Phillips of Fredericton, 
N. B., who was bom June 5, 1888. No children. 

2372. Kenneth Leon Chipman, second son of Fred- 
erick M. Chipman (1781), was bom in Kentville, N. S., 
April 8, 1871; resides at Halifax, N. S. He is travding 
freight agent for the Dominion Atlantic and the Cadanian 
Pacific Ry. On Oct. 28, 1911, he married Fanny Alex- 
andra, daughter of Charles and Nathalia (Frydenliund) 
Mylins of Halifax, N. S., who was bora Jan. 12, 1872. No 
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3378. Reginald Henry Oiipman, third son of Henry 
Chipman. M. D. (1783), was born in Grand Pre, Kings 
Co., N. S., April 23, 1888; resides at St. John, N. B. Re- 
ceived a public school education at Acacia Villa Schoolt 
Horton Landing, N. S. At the age of sixteen he became 
apprenticed to his unde, E. F. J. Jenne of D%by, in the 
drug business; graduating from the Nova Scotia College 
of Pharmacy several years later. On Nov. 15, 1916, he 
married Emma Murray, daughter of Frank Rankine of 
St. John» who was bom Aug. 26, 1884L 

2391. George Ernest Chlpmant oldest son of David 
Scott Chipman (1810), was bom in Tupperville, N. S., 
July 14, 1868; died at Chicago, June 4, 1916. Graduated 
from Acadia College, 1892; B. A. Harvard, 1895; LL. B. 
Washington University, 1898. Member of Missouri bar» 
1899; member of Illinois bar, 1900-16; professor of law at 
the John Marshall Law School, Chic^, 1901-15; first 
assistant corporation counsel, Chicago, 1915-16. Author 
of "Outlines of Modem Intemational Law,*' "Illinois 
Cases on Evidence," "Illinois Cases on Common Law 
Pleading," and '* Review Questions on Contracts.*' Un- 
married. 

2392. Timothy Brooks Ghipmaiit second son of 
David Scott Chipman (1810), was bom in Tupperville, 
N. S., Jan. 1, 1870; resides at Bridgetown, N. S. Fur 
dealer. On June 13, 1912, he married Ethel Maude, 
daughter of George W. and Frances Hayward of LondoQ, 

One child, — 

2681. Olive AUce. bora June 5,1914 



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2396. John Douglas Caiipman, fifth son of David 
Scott Chipman (1810), was bom in TuppervoUe, N. S., 
A railway conductor, residing at Lunenburg, N. S. Mar- 
ried 1911, Ellen Rhodenizer of Lunenburg. 
■ Four diildren, — 

2682—86. 

2398. Charles R. Chipman, sixth son of David Scott 
Chipman (1810), was born in Tupperville, N. S., Dec. 28, 
1882; resides at Halifax, N. S. Educated at Acadia 
Academy and Acadia College, Wolfville, N. S.; degree of 
LL. B. at Dalhousie College, Halifax, in 1911. Practiced 
law at Bridgetown, N. S. for five years. In 1917, he moved 
to Halifax where he has since practiced his profession. On 
Dec. 22, 1914, he married Laura A., daughter of John A. 
and Adelaide (Coldwell) Coldwell, of Wolfville, N. S., who 
was bom Sept. 1, 1884. 



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2469. Dewltt A. Ghipman^ only 8on of George W. 
Chipman (1894), wa bom in Saranac» Mich., Aug. 23. 
1856; resides at Grand Rapids, Mich. Graduated from 
the Ionia High School in 1877, and after teaching one term 
in the Saranac public schools, he was appointed teacher in 
the Ionia State Reformatory holding that position until 
1885, when he resigned to become salesman fo a music 
house in Grand Rapids. In 1893, he established a music 
business of his own which he has since conducted. On Sept. 
30, 1880, he married Eliza D., daughter of Albert F. More- 
bouse of Port and, Mich. 

Two children, — 

2701. Roy O., bom April 5, 1882 

2702. A.bertD., Nov. 18, 1891 

2486. aarence D. C!hipman, only son of Joseph B. 
Chipman (1973), was bora in Momence, 111., Sept. 27, 
1870; resides at La Porte, Ind. Removed from Illinois to 
Indiana in 1873; appointed to the railway mail service in 
1890 on New York & Chicago R. P. O., and is still so em- 
ployed as derk in charge. On June 14, 1890, he married 
Ruth, daughter of William C. Weir of La Porte. Jnd. 

Two children, — 

2715. Lynn Weir, bom 1903 ;d 1906 

2716. Clarence D., 1908 

2490. Elmer Owen Ghipmaiiv second son of Willie 
A. Chipman (1975), was bom in Kossuth County, Iowa, 
April 18, 1875; resides a Burt, Iowa. Real estate and 
insurance. On July 28, 1903, he married Ivadel M. Nafus. 



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Four chQdren, — 

2717. Owen L.. bom Dec 24, 1904 

2718. Marion M., Aug. 6, 1906 

2719. Howard N.. Sept. 1,1908 

2720 Paul C, June 8. 1911 ; d. 1913 

2491. Chancy Bird Ghipmant third son of Willie A. 

Chipman (1976), was bom in Kossuth County, Iowa, Feb. 

10, 1883; resides Burt, Iowa. Employed in his father's 

store and is also secretary of the Burt Light & Power Co. 

On April 8, 1908, he married Edith Elvidge. 
Three children, — 

2721. Russell L., bom May 6, 1909 

2722. Willis O., Dec. 16, 1910 

2723. Myron J., Jan 16, 1914 

2513. Charles Phillips Chipman, oldest son of Rev. 
William P. Chipman (2023), was bom in North Kingston, 
R. I., Jan. 10, 1878; resides at Waterville, Maine. Gradu- 
ated from Colby College, 1906; with Allyn & Bacon, pubs. 
1907-8; office manager "Missions", 1909-11; librarian 
of Colby College since 1911. Author of many books for 
boys, "Formative Period in Colby's History," also serial 
stories and poems. 

2520. Clifford Earl Chipman, oldest son of Edwin 
C. Chipman ,M. D. (2046), was bom New Yo k City, 
May 1, 1890; resides at Waterford, Conn. Educated in 
public schools of New London, Conn., and attended Alfred 
University at Alfred, N. Y., one year; graduated from 
University of Michagan, 1915 On Aug. 26, 1915. he 
married Carotene, daughter of Frank and Carotene ' Parker) 
Nichols, who was born in Holyoke, Mass., 1892. 

One child, — 

2727. Carolyn Hope, bom Feb. 19, 1919. 



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2521. Truman Franklin CEhlpman, second son of 
Edwin C. Chipman, M. D. (2046), was bom in Niantic, 
Conn., Aug. 31, 1892; resides at Waterford, Conn. Edu- 
cated in the public chools o!* New London, Conn. ; graduated 
from Connecticut Agricultural College. A farmer, specializ- 
ing in fruits. Enlisted, 1917, and attended Plattsburg 
Training Camp; commissioned 1st lieutenant and served 
one year in the 151st Depot Brigade. 

2535. Walter F. CEhipman, first son of George E. W. 
Chipman (2091), was bom in Fair Haven (now New 
Haven), Conn., Oct. 19, 1863 ; resides at l^Jorwich, N. Y. A 
photographer. On Sept. 1, 1886, he married Margaret 
Theresa Dunn of New Haven, Conn. 

One child, — 

2730. Walter F., bora Feb. 21. 1889 

2536. Harry Elbert Chipman, second son of George 
E. W. Chipman (2091), was born in New Haven, Conn., 
Aug. 25, 1870; resides at Anderson, Indiana. Resided in 
New Haven where he was for twelve years engaged in ex- 
perimental work on automatic and special machinery until 
1911, when he went to Springfield, Mass., for the Tele- 
graphone Company and in 1916 went to Boston to do de- 
velopment work on the moving picture film. While in 
Springfield he was engaged in installing a dictating and 
recording machine by which the sound waves were mag- 
netically recorded on the steel wire. While in charge of 
a demonstration of the Telegraphone at the Grand Central 
Palace Exposition, New York, in February, 1916, he was 
asked by the manager of a moving picture studio if the 
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This idea started him to experimenting in the spring of 
1917, and after three months effort he was able to record 
the voice on a moving picture film from any point in the 
room and reproduce it loudly and clearly to a distance of 
twenty-eight feet. About this time war conditions stopped 
further development of the talking film, and he accepted 
a responsible position with the Dupont Powder Co., at 
Anderson, Ind. He has the distinction of being the first 
man to produce and demonstrate a talking film that is 
at all times in perfect synchronism with the picture; and 
he is now ready to go ahead with the developing and per- 
fecting of this invention. 

On April 29, 1897, he married Mary Louise, daughter of 
I. J. Moreau, of Worcester, Mass., who was bom April 12, 
1873. 

One child, — 

2731. Olive T., born Sept. 18, 1902 

2537. Arthur L. Chipman, third son of George E. W. 
Chipman (2091), was born in New Haven, Conn., Sept. 23, 
1873; resides at New Haven. He enlisted in the Spanish- 
American War, 1889, serving two years in the Philippines. 
Has been with the Winchester Arms Co., since 1901, as 
sharp-shooter and gun tester. On May 18, 1901, he mar- 
ried Ella F. Hosmer. 

Two children, — 

2732. Arthur H., bom Sept. 10, 1903 

2733. George Wesley, Oct. 21, 1905 

2547. Frederick Vernon CEhipman, first son of Adin 
Vernon Chipman (2126), was bom in Boston, Mass., Oct. 
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Three children, — 

2741. John Abbott, bom March 28, 1900; died 

2742. Prisdlla C, Sept. 6, 1902 

2743. Frederick Vernon, Feb. 23, 1904 

2548. Richmond Lane Ghlpman, second son of Adin 
Vernon Chipman (2126), was bom in Boston, Mass., Oct. 
21, 1876. Married, June 8, 1901, Marjorie McGreggor. 

Four children, — 

2744. Christine, bom Oct. 21, 1902 

2745. Lisbeth, Feb. 9, 1906; died 

2746. Barbara, Feb. 7, 1907 

2747. Richard Lane, Oct. 14, 1912 

2557. Bert Lee Ghlpman, first son of James L Chip- 
man (2146), was bom in Poland, Maine, Aug. 26, 1878; 
resides at Winston-Salem, N. C. Has been connected 
with the printing industry since 1898 ; for a number of years 
with the Knoxville Lithographing Co., Knoxville, Tenn.; 
traveling salesman for Bamhart Brothers & Spindler, 
type founders since 1914; author and publisher of "Chip- 
mans of America," 1904, and "The Chipman Family.** 
1920. Married, June 6, 1900, Mertie, daughter of John 
H. and Sarah (S.ms) Jordan of Lemington, Vermont. 

Three children, — 

2748. Osra Alberta, bom Aug. 27, 1901 

2749. Donald James, Feb. 8, 1903 
2760. Doris Gertmde. Aug. 6, 1904 

2558. Roy Earle Chipman, second son of James L 
Chipman (2146), was bom in Poland, Maine, Feb. 15, 1883; 



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esides at Muscatine, Iowa. Married, June 2, 1904, Ella 
B., daughter of Charles H. and Susan (Gieenlief) Reed of 
Boothbay, Maine, who was bom Jan. 12, 1884. 
One child,— 

2751. Gilbert E., bom June 11, 1905; died 

2563. Chester Warren Chipman, only son of Elmer 
W. Chipman (2151), was bom in Bradford, Mass. Jan. 14, 
1891; resides at Mechanic Falls, Maine. Married, July 
21, 1912, Bessie, daughter of Osgood and Mary (Jenson) 
Duran, who was born Feb. 18, 1892. 

One child, — 

2752. Lester D., bom Feb. 24, 1916 

2615. Arthur Chipman, first son of James A. Chip- 
man (2263), was born in Surry County, N. C, Sept. 11, 
1879; resides at Hemdon, Virginia. On July 23, 1912, 
he married Delia, daughter of William Roberts of Galax, 
Va., who was bom Dec. 25, 1888. 
Two children,— 

2753. Imogenc, bom April 13, 1913 

2754. Robert Stratton, Aug. 18, 1914 

3636. Henry Robinson Chipman, only son of James 
H. Chipman (2304), was bom Oct. 28, 1882. Married 
Elsie Cox. 

One child,— 

2755. Eldin James, bom July 22, 1910 

2661. Maj. Leverett De Veber Chipman,, oldest 
son of Wilford H. Chipman (2346), was bom in Kentville, 
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N. S., Dec. 16, 1918. Educated at Kings College, Windsor, 
N. S. In 1906, joined the militia of which he was an active 
member until Aug. 4, 1914, when he volunteered for active 
service, taking his unit to Valcartier, Que., where he was 
transferred to 13th Batt. C. E. F. (Royal Highlanders of 
Canada) going with them to France. Wounded in April 
1916, was boarded unfit for active service. He was A. D. 
C. (in England) to Brig. Gen. J. P. Landry until November 
1917 when he returned to Canada on sick leave, after which 
he was given command of Casualty Co. M. D. 6, Halifax, 
N. S. He became proprietor and editor of the Annapolis 
Royal Spectator in 1912. 

On Dec. 21, 1916, he married Muriel, third daughter of 
John Manners of Deal, Kent, England, who was bom in 
1891. 

One child, — 

2756. Ian Beverley Manners, b. Oct. 18, 1916 

2662. Reginald Wemyss Chipman, second son of 
Wilford H. Chipman (2346), was born in Kentville, N. S., 
June 5, 1892; resides at Olds, Alberta, Canada. Educated 
at Middletown (N. S.) High School. At fifteen years of 
age entered Canadian Bank of Commerce and served in 
various branches in Nova Scotia. When seventeen he 
went west and was connected with banks at Calgary, 
Innisfair and Edmonton. In 1914 he joined the Alberta 
Dragoons, and one year later went overseas as lieutenant 
of the 16l8t Batt, Machine Gun Corps. Served in France 
to end of the war. Returned to Canada in March, 1919 
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2701. Roy O. CEhipman, oldest son of Dewitt A. Chip- 
man (2469), was bom in Ionia, Mich., April 6, 1882; re- 
sides at Grand Rapids, Mich. A piano tuner. On June 
27, 1907, he married Rose Alan Ingraham of Grand Haven, 
Mich. 

Two children, — 

2801. Gordon L., bom May 16, 1912 

2802. Alan Dewitt, Oct. 11, 1916 

2702. Albert Dewitt Chipman, second son of Dewitt 
A. Chipman (2469), was bom in Grand Rapids, Mich., 
Nov. 18, 1891. Degree of A. B. from Michigan University, 
1914; Director of bureau of census and statistics, Grand 
Rapids public schools, 1914-16. In Mexican border ser- 
vice, June to Nov. 1916, as enlisted man in 32nd Mich. 
Inf.; promoted to second lieut. of cavalry, Nov 30, 1916, 
and to first lieut. of cavalry, June, 1917, captain of cavalry 
Oct., 1917; promoted to major of infantry, Oct. 8, 1918. 

On Aug. 29, 1917, he married Cora M. Rowe of Fred- 
ericksburg, Virginia. 
One child, — 

2803. Lila Morehouse, bom Aug. 16, 1918 



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Abbe, Adolphus, 53 
Abbott. Annie P., 293 

Cyrenus, 110 
Adams, Charles, 53 

Mary, 24 
Albee, Obadiah, 89 
Albey, Eliza, 191 
Aldnch, Mary B., 244 
Allen, Frank, 213 

George W.. 79 

Jane, 25 

Jonathan, 25 

Mar aret, 212 

Martha, 216 

Minerva, 80 

William, 36 
Andrews, Israel, 46 
Andrus, Emma, 199, 
Annabel, Mary Ann ' 60 
Arey, Benjamm B., 87 
Amrfield, Beeson, 162 

Mary, 242 

Sarah, 162 
Arms of Chipman, 11 
Arnold, Sarah, 65 
Atkins, Albert, 184 
Atkinson, John, 74 
Atwood, Bathsheba, 87 

Elizabeth, 86 

Harding, 87 

Rebecca, 87 
Austin, Hannah, 26 

Nathaniel, 26 
Ayer, Amelia J., 212 

Babcock, Edward L., 129 

Elias L., 134 

Hiram, 149 
Baby. William L., 106 
Bacon, Philomelia, 148 

Richard, 25 
Bailey, Eliza, 210 

WiUiam, W., 209 
Bain, Eliza, 104 
Baird, Nancy, 85 
Baker, Lucy, 106 

Mehitable. 235 

Ruth, 29 



Baldwin. Eliza, 119 

JuUa. 220 

Mary E., 225 

Rowena, 220 
Balsom, Rev. J. E., 97 
Banks, Thomas, 72 
Barker, Hiram P., 144 
Baranby, Hopestead, 94 

John, 44, 92 

Timothy, 43 
Barney, Celinda, 120 
Barss, Mary, 186 
BartoU, Juliette, 222 
Bass, G^rge, 154 
Bassett, Celia, 160 

Elizabeth, 29 
Bates, Gratia, 138 
Bath, Abner, 100 
Battis, George J., 143 
Bean, ArabeTle, 277 

Jonathan, 277 
Beard, Maria N., 138 
Bechtel, Anna, 282 
Beckley, Sarah M., 139 
Beckwith, John, 25 

Lucmda, 211 

Samuel, 25 
Bell, Henry, 240 
Bemis, James, 80 
Benedict, Peter, 37 
Bennett, Caroline, 205 

Maria, J., 195 

William H., 61 
Berry, Joshua, 36 

Wioda, 137 
Bickford, Mary L., 278 
Bill, Annie, 189 
Birch, Isabelle, R., 195 
Bishop, Eliza, 47 

Emeline, 157 

William, 47 
Blackler, William, 32 
Blackwell, Mary, 37 
Blair, Florence, 252 

Laura A., 252 
Blanchard, Sarah C, 229 
Boardman, Sarah, 59 
Bcnsall, Ward, 276 



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Boone, Jacob, 84 
Booth. Albert. 61 
BoBWorth, Richard, 35 
Botsford, William M, 251 
Bourne, Louisa, 236 
Melatiah, 14 
Rev. Richard, 14 
Bovee, Clark G., 232 
Bowie, Maragret D., 197 
Bowen, Rosa L., 284 
Boyce, Zervia, 217 
Branch, Julia A., Ill 
Bradford, John, 10, 22 
Oliver, 35 
Priscilla, 10, 22 
Braleigh, James H., 159 
Bray.Eliphalet. D., 150 
Bridges, Martin K., 61 
Briggs, Ansel, 78 
Ingley, 78 
Mary, 43 
Britten, Rev. Henry, 248 
Brooks, Fannie E., 275 

Helen, 258 
Brown, Abbie W., 174 
Abigail, 47 
Daniel C, 232 
Elizabeth, 32 
Ellison, 76 
Emma, 235 
George, 125, 212 
James, 77, 88 
John, 32, 127 
Mary, 47 
Milo, 267 
Sarah, A. 285 
Susan, 181 
Brownson, John, 50 
Bryan, Kate F., 276 
Bubier, Peter, 32 
Buchanan, Daniel, 121 
Bullard, Derrich, 79 
Burbridge, Polly, 97 
Sherman, 43 
Burch, Martha, 64 
Burchard, Mary, 80 
Burdick, Martha, 134 
Burgess, John, 210 
Burritt, Sarah M., 156 



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Burroughs, Joseph, 29 
Burrows, Robert, 17 
Bursley, Charles H., 65 

Cabaniss, Elbridge G., 73 
Calender, Mary B.. 275 
Calkins, Charity, 111 

Philene A., 114 
Camp, Harriett E., 274 
Cann, Cecilia, 188 
Carleton, Joseph, 130 
Carpenter, Mary L., 201 
Carr, Mary, 33 

Samuel, 33 
Carter, Stephen, 83 

William, 84 
Case, Abel, 38 

Calvin, 62 
Cass, Phebe, 169 
Caswell, Lilla D., 274 

May L., 263 

Sarah, 271 
Catlin, Edgar S., 155 
Chandler, Ann, 151 
Chapman, Jane, 215 
Charles, Jacob, 83 
Chase, Charles, 225 
Chew, Amelia, 140 
Cheney, Ephriam, W. 51 
Chester, Abigail, 62 

Elbird^e, 64 

Lucretia,63 

Philele. 63 

Sabina, 133 
Childs, Eliazbeth, 154 

CHIPMAN, Abigail, 15 

18, 20, 21, 27, 28, 29, 
32, 38, 47, 57, 64, 65, 
66, 74, 81, 103, 117, 
138, 145, 148, 167, 198, 
^13 
Abner, 59, 122, 203 
Ada G., 193 
Adelaide, 110, 232, 243 
Adelbert, 249 
Adeline, 119. 162 
A. Evada, 215, 272 
Adin v., 227, 275 



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CHIPMAN, Alanson, 60 

Albert, 124, 132, 168, 200, 

211, 230, 232, 243, 280, 

290,207 
Albert Elwcxxi, 283 
Albion. 76, 114. 160, 151, 

196,232 
Alden B., 148, 230 
Alethia, 61, 63, 109, 112, 

191 
Alford D., 208 
Alfred, 48, 97, 179 
Alice. 172, 181, 203. 206. 

246, 261, 263, 277 
Alice G., 232 
Alice Starr, 102 
Alice W., 227 
Allen, 43. 92. 246 
Almeda, 78 
Almira. 137,138 
Almon P., 80 
Alonzo, 129, 137. 198, 

208.216 
Alpheus. 61 
Alva B., 204 
Alvah H.. 179. 263 
Alvan. 38, 78, 166, 261 
Ami, 27, 29, 69, 117, 123 
Ammi, 198 
Amanda, 61, 123 

203 
Amelia, 189 
Amos, 18, 27, 67, 58, 75, 

118, 119, 161 
Amos H., 148, 229 
Amos J., 199 
Amy, 60 

Andrew, 71, 119, 186 
Andrew A., 225 
Andrew F., 97, 180 
Andrew G., 163 
Andrew Le R., 180, 255 
Andrew M., 144, 224 
Andrew T., 143, 223 
Angle M., 236 
Anice C, 247 
Ann. 21. 44. 45, 117, 140, 
141, 162, 163, 191, 228 
Ann Eliza, 93 192 



CHIPMAN, Anna,30, 34, 58, 66, 68, 

83, 89, 117, 153, 203, 

240,242 
Anna F., 53, 274 
Anna Lx>uise, 173 
Anna M., 101, 112, 233 
Anna S., 178 
Anna W., 73 
Annette S., 136, 191 
Annie, 102, 217, 234, 246, 

249,261 
Annie Leontine, 251 
Annie W., 184 
Annis, 228 
Ansel, 79, 124, a66 
Anson B., 120, 199 
Anstice, 33, 71, 

143 146 
Anthony, 25, 46, 99, 100, 

184 
Arabella, 63, 
Archibald, 86 
Armina E., 283 
Arthur, 136, 184, 187, 200, 

217, 249, 286, 295 
Arthur H., 181, 266, 293 
Arthur S., 186 
Arthur L., 198, 274, 293 
Arthur R., 259 
Asa, 63 

Asenath, 51, 109, 172, 243 
Ashley B., 80, 169 
Ashley F., 230, 278 
Augusta, 99 
Augustus, 89 
Austin, 55. 111. 193 
Azel. 57. 119 

Barbara. 294 
Barnabas, 15, 18, 22, 37, 

38, 66, 67, 76, 79, 122, 

154 
Barnabas H., 88 
Barnabas L., 27, 30, 58 
Bartlett, 162 
Bela, 205 
Belinada, 61 
Benedict, G. 112 



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CHIPMAN, Benjamin, 20. 22, 23. 

24, 34, 36. 38. 40. 73, 75. 

81. 84, 152. 160. 230 
Benjamin E., 75 
Beniamin F.. 110. 169 
Benjamin P., 130 
Benjamin W.. 148, 231 
Bert Lee. 278. 294 
Bertha. 123 
Bessie W.. 246. 272 
Bessie F., 265 
Bessie L.. 268 
Bethiah. 14. 18. 21, 23. 

47. 81. 159 
Betsey. 23. 52, 58. 59. 62. 

64. 81, 86, 87. 123, 144 
Betsey M., 88 
Beulah, 57, 59, 117, 118, 

122 
Blanche. 123. 275 
Boardman. 118 
Brook Watson. 94. 

248 
Burtion T.. 201, 264 
Byley. 20 

Caleb D.. 167 
Calvin, 58. 120. 121. 201 
Carmilla E.. 229 
Caroline. 75, 114, 121, 

128, 141, 150, 155, 171, 

202. 216 
Caroline D.. 148 
Carolyn H.. 291 
Carrie E.. 217. 268 
Cassius. 50. 108 
Catherine, 24, 28, 29, 43, 

61, 106, 184, 194 
Celia, 126 

Chaloner O., 179, 253 
Chancy. 124, 205, 267, 291 
Charity, 62 
Charles, 29, 42, 61, 64, 67, 

74, 75, 79, 81, 90. 91, 

120, 140, 147, 150, 160, 

171, 200, 215, 218, 239, 

273 
Charles A.. 145,271 
Charles B., 113 , 196, 206, 267 



CHIPMAN, Chalres C, 112, 128, 

214, 268, 270 
Charles D., 91, 92, 149, 

173, 231 
Charles E., 113, 134, 

171, 189, 214 

Charles G., 223 

Charles H., 130, 134, 138, 

208, 210, 213, 269 
Charles J., 136, 222 
Charles L., 122, 201 
Charles N., 156 
Charles P., 131, 152, 210, 

234, 269, 291 

Charies R., 139, 217, 

258,289 
Charles V., 119 
Charles W., 188, 260, 279 
Charlotte, 54, 108, 115, 

134, 135, 139, 258 
Charlotte L., 73 
Chanucv, 16^ 
Chester E., 230, 278 
Chester W., 90, 170, 230, 

279, 295, 
Christina W., 166, 177 
Christopher, 29, 163, 133 
Clara, 50, 168, 208, 230 
Clarence, 174, 208, 242, 

247 

Clarence D., 266, 290 
Clarence J. H., 246 
Clarinda, 137 
Clarissa, 79, 142, 168, 243 
Clarisse B. H., ' 81 
Clark, 90, 208, 269 
CUff rd E., 270, 291 
Collins, 134, 214 
Content, 35 
Cora, 206 
Cynthia, 133, 210 
Cynthia P., 117, 127, 160 
Cyril D., 114 
Cyrilla L., 169 
Cyrus, 26, 52, 75, 79. 9D, 
126. 151, 157, 170 



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CHIPMAN, Cyrus A., 53. 112 
Cyrus N., 113 
Cyrus O., 112, 195 
Curtis H.. 253 
Cutler, 90. 171 

D. Clifton, 199 
Daisy M. D., 184 
Danforth T., 266 
Daniel, 26, 28, 36. 37, 43. 

54. 62, 64, 75, 78, 79, 

92. 100, 132. 141. 185. 

211 
Daniel A., 116, 135 
Daniel C, 53, 114 
Daniel F., 156, 238 
Daniel H., 129. 235 
Daniel M.. 88. 90. 169. 

171 
Daniel O., 115, 135 
Daniel W., 129, 209 
Darius, 26, 51 
David, 41, 51, 57, 63, 67. 

84, 87, 96, 140, 165 
David M., 88, .67 
David R., 176 
David S., 184, 258, 259 
Deborah. 16, 23, 39. 83. 

143 
Delia, 106, 127. 134 
Desire, 14 

DeWitt A., 264. 290 
DeWitt C. 111. 194 
Donald James. 294 
Donald W. H., 261 
Don Alonzo, 60. 127 
Doris G.. 294 
Dorcas C, 87. 166 
Dorothy. 262 
Dorothy F.. 250 
Dorothy J., 153 
Douglas Clinton, 193, 262 
Draper, 24, 40. 85. 86. 

165.166 
Dwight. 120. 222. 273 

Earnest L.. 240 
Ebenezer. 16, 19. 24. 30, 
41, 66. 88. 89. 137. 168 



CHIPMAN Edgar, 108, 170. 208. 

216, 225. 
Edith. 189. 261 
Edmund K.. 114, 216, 221 
Edna G.. 284 
Edward. 47. 99. 125, 258 
Edward B., 136 
Edward D.. 140. 217 
Edward H.. 146 
Edward N., 90. 170 
Edward R.. 193 
Edward S.. 157. 230. 276 
Edward W.. 104. 109. Ill 
Edwin. 50. 106. 213, 270 
Edwin B.. 133. 212 
Edwin H.. 196 
Elbridge A.. 147 
Eleanor. 248 
Eleazer M.. 70. 144. 225 
Electa, 78 
Eldin J., 295 
Eleutheria. 55 
Elisha. 29. 63. 133, 212, 

213. 214, 271 
Elisha E., 87. 167 
Eliza. 44. 55. 82. 106. 172. 

191. 203. 231 
Eliza Ann. 46. 96 
Eliza F.. 161 
Eliza J.. 147 
Eliza M.. 34 
Eliza W.. 72. 210 
Elizabeth. 14. 20. 22. 25. 

30. 32, 33. 34. 37, 38. 41. 

43. 65. 67. 68. 70. 71. 

76. 84. 85. 87. 104. 125. 

135. 140. 154. 162, 167, 

169. 171. 178, 186, 220, 

248, 274 
Elizabeth A., 97, 

99. 229. 242. 243 
Elizabeth F.. 145 
Elizabeth M.. 188 
Elizabeth N.. 141 
EUzabeth W., 225 
Ella J.. 159. 230 
Ella M.. 177. 232. 262. 266 
Ella S., 180 



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CHIPMAN, Ellen, 61. 108. 109. 113, 

143. 217 
Ellsworth. 208 
Elmer O., 267, 290 
Elmer W., 230. 278 
Elon. 59. 121. 122 
Elon L.. 58 
Elva.256 
Emeline. 133 
Emily. 61. 92, 108. 129. 

1^. 162. 216, 249, 281 
Emma. 60. 106. 112. 132. 

140. 177, 198. 200. 

249. 259. 277 
Emmett L., 204 
Ernest. 177. 255. 273, 

279.283 
Erastus D., 134. 214 
Esther, 150. 198. 244 
Ethel, 250, 271, 280 
Ethelind I.. 276 
Eugene A., 244. 249. 285 
Eugenia. 108 
Enice. 27. 28, 39, 43. 59. 

91 99 
Evelina, 50. 132 
Evelyn. 255. 280 
Everett, 260 
Ezra. 123 

Fanny, 54. 67, 115 
Fanny A.. 52 
Ferguson. 93 
Fitch, 51, 109 
Flora E., 101 
Florence, 234, 236 
Frances. 93. 110, 117. 192, 

196. 210. 211. 256. 271 
Frances C. 157 
Frances L., 136 
Francis, 63, 106. 131 
Frank. 171. 177. 197. 215, 

219. 228, 234. 245. 248. 

250, 284, 285, 286 
Frank L.. 272 
Frank B.. 231 
Frank B. A., 181, 256 
Frederic E., 253 
Frederick. 62, 178. 225, 261 



CHIPMAN, Frederick A.. 166 212. 
239 
Frederick M.. 95. 177, 260 
Frederick V., 276, 293, 294 
Fred, 231. 235 
Fred A.. 177. 230. 249, 277 
Freeland M., 152 

George, 35. 42. 55. 73. 

92. 100. 116. 123, 128, 

132, 137, 142, 146, 154, 

185. 186. 214, 232, 

235, 271. 281 
George A., 53, 112, 114. 

172. 195, 228 
George B., 197 
George C, 115, 197 
George E., 92, 141, 174. 

221. 222. 227. 230. 268, 

273, 275, 280, 288 
George F., 177. 249 
George H.. 135. 136, 166. 

215, 281 
George K., 209 
George L., 99, 138. 184 
George N.. 160 
George O., 196 
George R.. 197 
George S.. 96, 197. 244, 

285 
George T., 223 
George W., 131, 146, 162, 

198. 201. 228. 231. 234. 

264,293 
George W. H., 159 
Gertrude. 267 
Gideon, 117 
Giles. 63. 132. 210 
Gillian. 60 
Gladys A. 279. 280 
Gordon. 159, 297 
Grace. 216, 228 
Grant H., 212, 269 
Gustavus D., 52, 111 
Guy A., 278 
Guy W.. 236 

Hadsell. 38. 81 
Hadsell F.. 82 



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CHIPMAN, Handley. 16, 24, 26, 

44, 45, 46, 97 
Hannah, 14, 15, 18, 20, 

21, 22, 23, 26, 29, 31, 

35, 36, 37. 38. 53, 62, 

64, 65, 70, 72, 76, 81, 

83, 131. 134 
Hannah A., 155 
Hannah E., 115, 150 
Hannah F., 132 
Hannah M., 52 
Hannah R.. 159 
Hahnan V.. 150 
Hannah W., 130. 209 
Hannibal A.. 133. 212 
Harley R.. 279 
Harold C. 181. 255, 269 
Harold v.. 246 
Hanrett, 39, 52, 53, 58, 

61. 62. 78. 88. 91. 93. 

103, 114, 121. 125, 157, 

208, 209. 220, 221, 222, 

230, 238. 270 
Harriet J.. 163 
Harriet L.. 129 
Harriet M.. 155, 225 
Harriet N., 46 
Harry. 59, 124, 281 
Harry B., 264 
Harry E.. 274, 292 
Harry L.. 248, 286 
Harry R.. 286 
Hazadiah Keith. 73 
Hazel v.. 281 
Helen. 44. 126. 132. 171, 

232, 236, 237, 246, 249, 

251,258 
Heman, 59, 123 
Henrietta, 57, 100 
Henry, 20. 33. 50, 64, 

105, 134, 136, 137, 178, 

216, 220, 252, 267, 

285,295 
Henry A., 169, 244 
Henry B., 214 
Henry C, 116, 155, 192, 

235, 277, 281 
Henry C, 144, 226 
Henry H., 228 



CHIPMAN, Henry L., 106, 138, 190 
Henry P., 271 
Henry S., 112 
Henry W.. 192. 237 
Herman. 119 
Hester, 199 
Hilda P., 247 
Hiram, 57, 61, 89, 118, 

128. 129, 141, 148, 169, 

200,231 
Hobart Henry, 116 
Holmes S., 97, 182 
Holton, 60, 127 
Homes, 25, 45, 47, 104 
Hope, 14 

Horace. 66, 136. 210. 284 
Horace A.. 129. 262 
Harace Darius, 52. 111. 

193. 262 
Horac E.. 136 
Horace G.. 111. 194, 195 
Horatio, 57, 118 
Horatio N.. 91, 173 
Howard, 155. 291 
Howard H.. 183, 257 
Hugh L., 199 
Huldah ,77 

Ian B. M., 296 
Ida A., 216 
Ida E., 203, 279 
Imogene, 295 
InaM., 180 
Ingram. 95, 242 
Irene C, 185 
Irvin M., 241, 283 
Isaac, 37, 59, 67, 76, 77, 

78, 99. 124, 155, 178, 

183, 200, 283 
Isaac K., 135, 216 
Isaac L., 96 
Isaac N., 205, 265 
Isabella E., 92 
Isabella G., 73 
Isabelle. 256, 263 
Isaiah Mayo, 87, 166, 167 
Isaiah L., 172, 245 
Israel, 42, 46, 90, 172, 245 
Iver M., 279 



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CHIPMAN, Jack R. H., 181 

Jacob. 16, 20. 21, 36. 46, 

72, 99, 241 
Jairus S., 150 
J. Alberta, 177 
James, 16. 23, 39, 41, 46, 

66, 74, 83, 97, 100. 123, 

136. 138. 147. 148. 162, 

203, 204, 216. 229 

James A., 46, 88, 96, 186, 
243, 281, 284 

ames B. M., 93, 174 

ames C, .71 

ames DeW., 286 

ames E.. 71, 96, 146 
'amesF., 160 

ames G., 144, 227, 286 

ames H.. 117, 146, 199, 
227, 240, 244, 285 

James I., 230, 277 

ames J. U., 247 

ames L., 104, 112, 186 

ames R., 138, 164 

ames T.. 283 

ames W., 117 

ane, 43. 80, 160, 201. 221 

aques H.. 112 

ared. 93 

ared Ingersoll. 43. 93 

ared DeW.. 248 

efferson. 142. 222 

effrey. 50. 105 
^ennie W.. 236 

erome. 142 

esse. 27. 57. 76. 83, 122 
152, 162, 243 



esse P., 201 

"esse S., 196, 263 
esse W., 163 

, essie. 100 213 
^ essie F., 99 
' oanna, 32, 37, 66, 116, 
136 

Job H.. 160 
Joel. 83. 164. 243 



CHIPMAN, John. 13, 14. 16. 16. 18. 

19. 20. 23. 24. 26. 26, 

27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 

38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 66, 

61, 64, 66, 67. 68. 70. 

76. 81, 82, 83. 86, 87, 

88. 89. 117. 124. 128. 

134. 138. 139. 141. 142. 

143. 145. 161, 168. 197. 

200. 203. 227. 229. 

240.263 
John A.. 46. 92. 101. 173 
John B.. 67, 106, 117. 

186 190 
John C.. 96. 168. 230. 231 
"ohn D.. 268. 289 
"ohn E.. 147. 246. 283 
ohn F.. 232, 280 
"ohnG.. 163 
"ohn H., 34. 42, 44. 71. 

81. 91. 93. 139. 146. 

160, 187, 239. 242, 246, 

269, 283, 286 

John K., 209 
ohn L., 106, 190 
ohn M., 53, 113. 143. 

162. 174. 222. 242 
John N.. 86 
John R.. 130. 212 
John Pryor. 97. 180 

IohnQ. A..209 
ohn R.. 93. 99 
ohn S. DeW.. 102. 187 
ohn S.. 64, 116 157. 273 
ohn T.. 131. 210 
ohn W.. 212. 267. 269 
onathan. 18. 28. 39, 
122,1 

Jonathan E., 81 
Jonathan R., 172, 246 
Joseph, 16, 19, 20, 22, 
28, 30, 31, 36, 37, 38, 
40, 60. 66, 67, 68, 71. 
72. 76. 80. 82. 96. 99. 
136, 140, 141, 142, 
164, 158, 161, 162, 

163, 172, 177. 204. 
221.222 



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CHIPMAN. Joseph A.. 101. 242, 
280 
oseph B., 205, 266 
oseph I., 242, 284 
, oseph "p., 160 
, oseph S., 168 
, oseph W., 44, 94 
osephine, 212, 230, 262. 
284 

Iosiah, 6 , 81, 82, 133 
oshua, 74, 149, 242 
oshua F., 160, 232 
ulia, 108. 117,164,206, 
212,266,267.27) 
, ulia A., 80. 126, 194 
, uliette B.. 78 
'uliusC. 80 
ulius G., 229, 276 
; ulius P., 68, 121 

Kathleen C, 248 
Kathryn B., 256 
Kenneth C, 180, 265 
Kenneth L., 252, 287 

Lafayette, 109 

Laura, 50, 54, 66, 60, 61, 

62, 67, 78. 80, 102, 

106, 109. 124. 128, 139. 

143, 168, 234, 252 
Laura E., 276 
Laurada J., 273 
Lavinia, 43, 47, 91, 95, 260 
Lawerence, 248, 249, 277 
Leander V.. E. 96 
Leah, 265 
Leilah, 103 
Lemuel, 26, 60, 61, 109, 

110. 191 
Leonard, 204 
Leota, 285 
Lena M., 261 
Leroy, 196 
LesUe, 188, 277 
Lester D.. 296 
Lewis. 147, 188, 205, 

229.260 
Lewis L., 103, 125. 187 



CHIPMAN, Uwis DeH., 184 
Leverett DeV., 178, 250, 

287,295 
Levi, 60, 84, 126, 165 
UlUe P., 211 
Lila M., — 297 
Lizzie E., 187 
Lloyd, 72, 146 
Lois, 188, 244 
Lorena K., 265 
Lorenzo Q., 80, 158. 213 
Louis, 248 
Louisa, 67, 72, 75, 108, 

116, 150, 157, 164, 

198, 241 
Love, 24, 
Lovett B., 166 
Lucilla, 97 
Lucilla O.. 101 
Lucina. 80 
Lucinda. 62, 72. 73, 76 

121 
Lucius, 106. 128 
Lucretia, 21, 63, 167 
Lucy, 35. 72, 74, 76, 81, 

162.200 
Lucy A., 64, 159 
Lucy E., 114 
Lucy F., 102 
Lucy H., 127 
Lucy T., 146 
Lucy K., 267 
Lucy R., 172 
Lula C, 268 
Luna. 36 
Luther, 67, 120 
Lydia, 14, 15, 21, 36, 36, 

62, 74, 91. 147, 164. 

191, 202. 271 
Lydia E., 81, 
Lydia M., 151 
Lyman B., 76, 141. 153, 

220,234 
Lynn W., 290 

Mable, 263 
Mahala, 124, 205 
Major, 25, 47 



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CHIPMAN. Marcellus A.. 194 
Marcus M. 155, 236, 
Margaret, 25, 33, 36, 40, 
44, 71, 83, 89, 143, 
152, 187, 240 
Maria, 48. 66, 97, 110, 

125,225,238 
Maria Ann, 103 
Maria Jane, 101 
Marilla, 127 
Marion, 231, 281, 291 
Mark Anderson, 80 
Marquise DeL., 129 
Marshall., 113, 196 
Marshall M., 109 
Martha, 37, 40, 41. 84, 
123, 169, 203. 220, 
229,240,284 
Martha C, 88 
Marhta E., 139 
Martha H., 87, 168 
Martha J., 134 
Martha S., 78, 166 
Martin, 123 

Mary, 16, 19,21,23,24, 
27, 28, 2t», 32. 38, 39, 
40, 41, 44, 54. 55, 56, 
58, 63, 65, 67, 70, 72, 
78, 81, 8;i, 84, 85. 92, 
97,99, KKJ, 117. 129, 
131, 132, 138, 139, 
143, 147, 154, 159, 160, 
162, 203, 235, 240, 248 
Mary A., 88, 149, 167, 
178, 191, 198, 217, 228, 
246, 260, 268, 270, 276 
Mary Ann, 91, 118, 129, 

147, 158, 225 
Mary C, 80, 152, 187 
Mary D., 161 
Mary E., 95, 97, 99, 134. 
139, 144, 145, 222, 223, 
245,263 
Mary F., 172, 212, 247 
Mary H., 275 
Mary J., 122, 137 
Mary L., 166, 163, 177. 
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CHIPMAN. Mary R.. 115 
Mary S.. 166 
Mattie, 215 
May F., 186, 204, 262 
Mehetable, 42, 91. 161 
Melissa, 79, 203, 204 
Mellicent, 24 
Melvina, 208 
Mercy, 14, 15, 20, 22, 36. 

41. 79, 88 
Mercy F., 76, 87 
Merle A., 278 
Merrick, 125 
Milledge S., 104 
MilonM.. 199 
Milton, 123 
Minerva, 166 
Minnie, 225 
Minor, 48, 103 
Miranda, 51 
Mitchell, 185 
Mortimer C, 139, 217 
Moses D., 75 
Murray R., 181, 266 
Myra M., 266 
Myrtle D., 184, 263 
Myron J., 291 

Nancy, 25, 47, 48, 53. 

63, 75, 85, 129, 135, 137 
Nathan £., 213 
Nathan F., 64, 133 
Nathan L., 261 
Nathan T. .134, 213 
Nathaniel, 19, 26, 31, r2, 

49, 87, 123 
Nathaniel A., 167 
N thaniel C, 63, 133 
Nathaniel, H., 82 
Nathaniel S., 133 
Nellie, 189, 206, 268 
Nelson, 80, 154, 236 
Nettie J., 284 
Noah, 85 
Noble, 46 
Noel, 248 
Nora T., 181 
Norman. 60, 79, 117, 

126,198 



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CHIPMAN, Norton P., 206 

Obadiah, 83, 162 

01 B.,285 

OUve. 56. 60. 78. 123, 

288 293 
Oliver. 142, 169, 245, 285 
Olivia, 43, 92, 267 
Origen H., 104 
Orlin, 79, 156, 238 
Orrin, 60, 127, 208 
Orrin G., 153, 234 
Oscar, 50, 54, 108, 116, 

204 
Osra A., 294 
Owen L., 291 
Owen N., 180, 254 

Paris, 40, 83. 84, 162 

Parthenia, 60, 

Paiicnrc, 33 

Patty. Hi 

Paul, 2W 

Railin-i. M 

Perr\ (*., J.'U 

Pcre^, ir,. ::1. 39, 41, 42, 

Pc^vM >. :\ J 

Plu'!-% ':!.rr>, i_3, 131, 

loK J 'A, -:i 
Phovl.- .\., CO, 109,243 
Phil-'Ti '. G ». 117, 212 
Phili:;) C, 107 
I bine s i:?l) 
Polly, r>i, ^S 
Priscill., 21, 36,294 
Prudence, 131 

Rachel, 83, 121, 127, 132. 

163,284 
Ralph, 54, 115,125,196 

281 
Ralph L., 278 
Ralph N., 282 
Ransom, 124, 141, 221 
Rebecca, 16, 20, 25, 32, 

33, 34, 37, 44, 75, 82, 

94,-96, 128, 164. 167 
Reginald H., 184, 252, 288 



CHIPMAN. Reginald W., 287, 293, 
Reeve, 61 
Reuben, 203 

Richard, 33. 200, 208, 294 
Richard H.. 224 
Richard L. DeV., 261, 287 
Richard Manning, 70, 143, 

144.223 
Richmond L., 276, 294 
Robert. 20. 131, 211, 271 
Robert A.. 96. 249 
Robert G.. 229 
Robert H., 95 
Robert S.. 252. 295 
Robert W., 174. 246 
Rockma L.. 280 
Ross, 178, 251 
Roy E., 278, 294 
Roy O., 290, 297 
Rozilla, 150 
Rubene R., 268 
Ruby W., 152 
Rufus, 150 
Rupert, 258 

Russell, 38, 80, 205, 291 
Russell B., 236, 292 
Russell H., 174, 246 
Russell M., 80, 159 
Russell S., 274 
Ruth, 38 

Salley P., 88 

Samuel, 14, 15, 18, 20, 
24, 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 
33, 45, 51, 53, 54, 63, 
65, 66, 68, 70, 71, 79, 
98, 99, 110, 131, 135, 
140, 144, 157, 210 

Sameul A., 145, 161, 
227,240 

Samuel B., 47, 104 

Samuel C, 87 

Samuel D., 40, 86, 141, 
220 

Samuel F., 53, 112 

Samuel H., 15 , 236 

Samuel L., 44, 95, 139, 
142 

Samuel Mayo, 41, 84, 87, 
167 



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CHIPMAN, Samuel M., 114, ld5 
Samuel P., 160, 231 
Samuel S., 110, 116, 192 
Sarah, 15, 18, 20, 21, 
23, 27, 35, 36, 40, 45, 
54, 56, 57, 58, 63, 65, 
66, 74, 77, 79. 82, 83, 
94, 100, 110, 114, 125. 

138, 146. 147, 157, 159. 
191. 210, 211, 213, 214. 
239 

Sarah A., 73, 115, 167, 

240 
Sarah C, 144. 148 
Sarah D.. 152 
Sarah E.. 92. 103. 108, 

139, 2J4, 225. 230. 243 
Sarah H.. 168 

Sarah J., 147, 155. 16. 
Sarah L., 129. 133 
Sar h M., 46. 156. 242 
Sarah R.. 97. 98 
Sarah T., 150 
Sarah W., 55. 172 
Semantha, 79 
Sena, 38 
Senath. 204 
Seth, 15, 18, 21, 22, 75, 

149 
Seth L., 151, 233, 279 
Seymour. 129, 208 
Sherman. 141. 220, 222 
Sidney, 247. 253 
Silas. 72. 77. 146 
Silas M.. 52 
Sil s W., 155, 237 
Simeon, 75. 150 
Sinah, 123 
Sophia, 53, 104, 114 
Sophronia, 67, 148 
Square B., 203 
Stella D., 276 
Stephen, 16, 23, 24, 25, 

28, 40, 41, 42, 47, 57, 

59, 60, 83, 84, 89. 104. 

116. 122. 163. 172 
Stephen D., 123 
Stephen L., 204, 267 
Stephen R., 16J, 244 



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CHIPMAN, Stephen Skiff, 39, 82, 

161 
Sumner, 75, 151, 152 
Susan, 40, 84, 103, 110, 

188,243 
Susan B., 126 
Susan H., 55 
Susa 1 L., 76 
Susan M., 153 
Susan P., 144 
Susanna, 42. 75 
Sylvanus, 90. 172 

Tapping Reeve. Ill, 192 
Terson, 93 
Thankful, 89 
Thankful A., 87, 166 
Theodoro S., 114, 132, 196 
Theodoro T., 208 
Timothy, 19, 30, 31, 66. 

68,141 
Timothy B., 25S, 2S8 
Timothy F-, 37, 76, 155 
Thomas. 12, 15. 17, 22, 
26, 27. 28, 29, 33. 37, 
38. 39. 56, 57. 61. 62, 
63, 67. 71. SO, 81. 84, 
130, 139. 144. 159, 174. . 
189, 243. 245, 285 
Thomas C, 163, 242 
Thomas Dane, 47, 102, 

103, 188 
Thomas G., 226 
Thomas Handley, 25, 
43,95 

Thomas H.. 44, 160, 

161, 241 
Thomas J., 209 
Thomas Mayo. 88, 168 
Thomas P., 209 
Thomas W.. 73, 147 
Truman, 60. 125, 268, 

270,292 

Unity Ann, 97 

Victoria, 130 
Viola A., 152 



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311 



CHIPMAN, Virpl. 128, 207 
Vortigor C, 104 



Wadsworth. 74. 148 
Walter, 57, 76. 117, 118, 
126. 154, 160, 186, 

188, 198, 202, 206, 
235, 244, 260, 263, 
268,285 
Walter F., 230, 274, 280, 

292 
Walter W.. 238, 282 
Ward. 32. 68. 70. 71, 

142. 145, 234 
Warren, 161. 218 
Warwick F., 248 
Warwick W. L.. 174, 247 
Waahbum. 123. 202, 

203 204 
Washington, 154, 235, 236 
Wesley, 185 
Wilbur F., 152 
Wilda W.. 229 
Wilfor I H.. 250, 287 
Wihelmus M.. 111. 192 
William. 24. 29. 36. 40. 

41. 43. 44. 58. 62. 63. 

64. 65. 67. 74. 75, 86. 

87. 88. 95. 100. 120, 

125. 130. 136, 141. 142. 

151, 155, 161, 162. 164. 

166. 204. 206. 209. 220. 

221. 222. 241. 284 
William A.. 230. 243. 279 
William Allen. 25. 44. 96, 

98. 180. 183. 186, 254 
WUliam B., 166, 168, 231, 

268 
William G., 116, 136, 216, 

261 
William D.. 111. 193 
William E., 140. 172, 

220,273 
William E. R., 147 
WUiam F., 63, 109, 113, 

166, 191. 243 
William H.. 94. 167, 168, 

188, 202, 203, 210. 

225, 240, 242, 244. 

283,284 



CHIPMAN, William Handley, 46, 
100 

WUiam J., 97, 242 
WilUam McK., 134 
William O., 167 
William P., 211, 266, 268 
William S., 137, 164. 

193, 216, 262 
WUliam R., 178, 211, 262 
William W., 104, 166, 

168,269 
Willie Ancel, 205. 266 
WilUs. 206. 267. 291 
Willard W., 162. 203 
Winkworth A.. 46, 101 

Xerxes Z., 104, 189 
Xenophone A., 104 

Zachariah. 25, 46, 47, 101 
Zella J., 216 
Zilpha A., 203 
Zina L., 26 i 

Chisholm, Isabelle M., 266 
Christie. Emily R.. 249 
Churchill. Charles. 30 

Hannah. 188 

Nancy. 135 
Clark. Cassandra. 194 

Eunice. 133 

Flora. P. 270 

Joseph. 141 

Julia. 216 
Cobb. Elisha, 86 

Henry. 15 

Jonathan. 14 

Sarah. 16 

Stephen. 21 

Thomas, 90 
Coddington, Robert, 63 
Cogswell, Mason, 91 
Coggswell, Sophia, 178 
Coldwell, Laura. 289 
Cole, Elizabeth. 166 

Lovicy. 229 

Luanda, 16 



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Comstock, Mary, 136 
Cone, Abigail, 66 

Almira, 137 
Connor, Barney, 164 

Jane B., 122 
Consaul, Lydia, 208 
Contrell, Enuice, L., 80 
Cook, DeUlah, 166 

James, 129 

Lyman, 63 
Cooper. Caleb. 38 

David, 38 
Cortland. Phillip, 16 
Cotton, Joanna, 32 
Coudan. Rev. J. H., 126 
Cowdry. Sarah, 126 
Cox, Elsie, 296 

Fred C, 274 
Coy, Lavinia M., 147 
Crane, Caroline, 192 
C iggo, Mary. 157 
Cromwell, Calvin, 131 

Sarah, 213 
Crumb, Eunice C, 270 
Cummings, Amos, 76 

Mary C,. 219 
Currier, Hannah. 148 
Curtis. John. 172 
Cushman, Elsie. 201 

Thomas, 21 
Cutler, Achsa D., 232 
Dadmun, Marshall, 145 
Daggett. Sarah. 27 
Daney. John. 238 
Darling. William, 121 
Davis, Keziah, 162 

Joseph, 83 

Lydia. 212 

Phebe, 122 
Davidson, Caroline, 206 
Daviscn. Dorothy, 266 
Davy, Martha M., 198 
Dawson, Charlotte, 177 

Luther, 126 
Day, Clarissa, 242 

Rachel. 125 
Dean, Henry, 121 

Maria, 161 
Decker, Egbert, 210 



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DeLaite, Eliza J., 279 
DeWitt, Mabel, 263 
DeWolf, Mary E., 101 

Olivia L., 101 
Delano, Reuben, 36 
Delong, Abigail J., 206 
Derby, John, 13 
Dexter, William, 26 
Dickerman, Emma M., 221 
Dickey, Betsey, 127 

Mary M., 96 
Dickinson. Lydia, 62 
Dike, John, 34 
DiU, Elizabeth, 84 
Dimock. Frederick C, 260 

Jabez, 14 

Shubael, 14 
Dix, George A.. 143 
Dixson, Charles. 42 

Eunice. ^ 
Doane. Nehemiah, 86 

G. W.. 166 
Dodge, Alfred G., 97 

Margaret, 183 
Dolph, Abda. 37 
Doolittle. Loyal. 79 
Dorwin. Mary Ann, 118 
Douglas, Julia A., 245 

Melissa. 112 

Olive. 66 
Doyle. Ella, 246 

Mary A.. 246 

Sarah, 119 
Draper. Judith, 23 
Drown, Thlmas A., 148 
Dunbar. Charles, 72 

Salmon, 72 
Dunlap, Thomas, 178 
Dunn, Margaret, 292 

Mary, 43 
Duran, Bessie. 296 
Durgin. Cora E., 280 

Dolly B., 209 

Ednah J. M., 233 
Dushane, C. B. 246 
Dutton. Mary, 221 
Dyer, Elizabeth, 140 

Minerva, 167 



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813 



Eaton, Grace H., 2>7 

G. W., 87 
Egen, Stephen, 33 
Eighth Generation, 262 
Elderkin, Sarah A., 246 
Eldridge, John S., 123 
Ellis, Joseph F., 139 

Lydia, 81 
EUiott, Frank R., 177 
Elvidge, Edith 291 
Emery, Flora M., 281 
Evarts, Beulah, 68 

Sarah, 58 

Fairbanks, Nathan, 35 
Faim, Julietta P., 249 
Fambro, Allen G., 72 
Famer, Theodosia, 139 
Faucet, George, 240 
Fay, Sarah, 61 
Fessenden, Hannah, 23 
Fifth Generation, 49 
Finlayson, Elizabeth B., 267 
Fisher, Annie, 177 
Fish, Ahtnony, 62 

Eliza, H. 239 

John S., 136 

Melinda N., 216 

Temperance, 161 
Fishwick, Minna, 286 
Fitch, Asenath, 51 

Anna, 63 

George, 44 

William, 51 
Fitz Randolph, Muriel B., 260 
Flanders, Carrie E., 280 
Flint, Jacob, 47 
Flower, Caroline T., 117 
Flowers, Susan, 166 
Floyd. Mark, 143 
Ford, Ellen A., 217 

Henry A., 158 

Mary J.. 217 
Forsyth, Maria, 100, 186l 
Foster, John S., 56 

Ruby. 285 
Fourth Generation, 26 
Fowler, Elizabeth, 34 

Robert, 80 



Fuller, Abigail, 21 
Bethiah, 37 
Ebenezer, 21 
James, 66 
Philemon, 35 
Samuel, 64 

Gage, Job, 66 

John, 24 
Gale, Maiy, 14 
Gardner, James, 37 

John, 92 

Jonathan, 162 
Garland, Sarah A., 173 
Garrison, Martha W., 283 
Gerrad, Mabel, 264 
Gerrish, Samuel, 70 
Gerry, Osmyn J., 76 
Gesner, Elizabeth, 98 

Sarah, 172 
Gibbs, Elizabeth F., 239 

Harriett S., 228 
Gibson, Mariette, 138 
Gilbert, Israel, 68 

William L., 153 
Gile, Azil, 124 
Gillespie, Bryant W., 85 
Gillis, Benjamin, 188 
Godfrey, Mary H., 228 
Goodsell, Elizabeth, 199 
Goodspeed, Sarah, 65 
Gordy, Mary J., 283 

Rina M., 284 
Gower, Fred A., 230 
Grace, John, 133 
Graham, Emma, 281 

Howard, 261 
Grannis, Enos, 68 

Mary Ann, 220 
Grant, David, 122 

Lafayette B., 230 
Gray, Andrew, 162 

Ann, 165 

Elizabeth, 144 

Martha, 163 

William, 32 
Green, Lucy E., Ill 

Sarah, 204 
Greenman, George, 64 



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Greenwood, David R., 230 
Gregory, Catherine, 111 
Grennel, Sophia, 156 
Griffin, James, 24 

Mary, 24 

Samuel, 84 
Griswold, Adelaide A., 199 
Gross, Sarah, 86 
Grosvenor, Roswell, 62 
Groves, William, 20 
Guilford, Edith, 144 
Gumey, Ansel, 140 

Haas, Bertha, 269 
Hackett, Edna, 278 

Edward C, 230 

James, 74 
Hadley, Harriett, 129 
Hafer, Mary A., 218 
Hale, Rebecca, 19 

Robert, 19 
Haley, Maggie, L. 261 
Hall, Charles W., 222 

Delia, 81 

Elizabeth, 68 

Martin C, 220 
Hallock, Ervilla, 199 
Hamblen, D. W., 136 

Elizabeth, 22 

Issac, 22 
Hamilton, George, 97 
Hammond, Paul, 66 

Jacob, 36 

L. R. K., 121 
Hand, Deborah, 208 

Nancy, 80 
Handley, Thomas, 16 
Harding, Jane, 43 

Jeremiah, 166 

Mary A., 103 
Hardy, Jessie W., 98 
Harlow, Almira, 138 
Harrington, Theodore, 123 
Harris, Albert, 101 

Dorcas, 147 

Elizabeth, 101 

Rev, John M., 91 

Mary, 82 

Kate, 248 

Thomas A., 46 



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Harrison, Mary, 224 
Harvey, Orpha, 201 
Haskell, Jabez, 74 
Haskins, Mary, 170 
Hatch, Martha M., 191 
Hathaway, Annie, 285 
Hawkins, Augustus, 72 
Hawley, Agur, 27 
Haywood, Ethel M., 288 
Hazen, Elizabeth, 69 
Healy, Ezra, 59 
Hearn, Nancy, 161 
Heath, Albion, 58 
Heaton, Martha, 264 
Hedge, Eleutheria, 55 

John, 55 
Hedgecock, Asenath P., 242 
Hemmenway, Sarah, 155 
Henderson, David, 61 
He^vnngs, George B., 158 
Henry, Capt. William, 89 
Hewitt, George H., 109 
Hickock, Addison, 58 

Ann, 117 
Hickman, Abigail, 168 
Higgins, Freeman, 86 

Martha, 81 

Martha A., 88 

John G., 113 

Sarah, 159 
Higley, Alice, 237 
Hill, Elizabeth, 71 

Sarah, 60 

Sophia, 108 

William, 109 
Hine, Nancy, 141 
Hinkley, Abiah, 18 

Elizabeth, 154 

John, 18 

Moses, 41 

Temperance, 76 
Hitchcock, JoFeph R,, 79 

William. 115 
Herrick, Pamelia, 200 
Hewitt, Esther, 272 
Hoadley, Lester, 54 
Hodsdon, Mary, 152 
Hodges, Joseph, 71 

Mary, 145 



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315 



Hodgkin, Eben, 67 
Holbrook, Isaiah, 42 
Holden, John, 57 
Holland, Rev. Ephriam, 77 
Holmes, Mary J., 207 

Ellis, 35 

Horatio, 138 
Holt, Harriet, A. 135 
Homes, Margaret, 25 
Homer, Elisha B., 146 
Hopkins, Lucy, 127 
Horney, John, 39 

William, 39 
Horsemanden, Daniel, 16 
Hosmer, Ella F., 293 
Houston, Mindwell, 202 
Hovey, Clara B., 281 
Howard, Chloe, 73 

Dr. R. P., 93 
Howe, Ann, 228 

Henry, 78 

Joseph E., 251 
Hoxie, Hannah, 16 

Phebe, 82 

Newell, 82 
Hoyt, Ann, 97 
Hubbard, Abigail, 119 

Emily, 103 

Wilson, 119 
Huckins, Jno., 14 

Thomas, 14 
Hudson, John G., 127 
Hughes, Ellen T., 221, 274 
Hulburd, Cyrus, 53 

Jaques, 53 
Hull, Robert Bruce, 173 
Humphrey, Marius C, 109 
Hunt, Richard A., 146 
Huntington, Rev. Andrew, 79 

Leander A., 100 
Hunter, Frederick, 191 
Huntsman, Salena, 204 
Hurd, Charlotte, 221 
Hurley, Linda A., 268 
Huston, John, 43, 93 

Mary, 43 
Hussey, Julia A. M., 231 

Idol, Bamett, 83, 163 



Ingraham, Rose, 297 
Isaacs, Cynthia, 119 

Jackson, Joseph, 114 

Mary H., 153 
Jager, Hannah, 118 
Jenkins, Samuel, 19 
Jennison, Florence L., 271 
Jewett, Moses, 56 
Johnson, Ann, 94 

Asa,77 

Frances, 221 

Frank, 27 

Mary, 244 

Phebe, 169 
Jones, Amelia, 273 

Nancy, 72 

Virginia, 193 
^ordan, Mertie, 294 
Joslyn, Cassius, 1^8 
Joyce, Hosea, 14 

Keene, William, 99 
Keep, Samuel, 21 
Kelly, Wealthy A., 234 
Kemp, Parker, 60 
Kenyon, Maria L., 271 
Kilburn, Amasa, 62 
Killam, Estella M., 286 
Kimball, Mary Lizzie, 279 

J^arah, H. 277 
Kingsbury, Lydia A., 134 
Knapp, Jennie A., 281 
Knowles, Nancy, 241 
Kroner, Diedrick, 27 

Ladd, James, 79 
Laing, Chester W., 181 
Lamb, James, 61 
Lancraft, Ella A., 273 
Lansdon, Azurbah, 118 
Lane, Annis, 228 

Esther, 74 

Seth C, 147 
Larrabee, Frances, 157 
Latham, Willaim, 63 
Lawrence, Samuel, 160 

Thomas, 93 

Zeno, 82 



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Lawson, Mary, 112 
Leach, John, 20 

Timothy, 20 
LeCount, Russell, 88 
Lear, Prudence, 230 
Leech, Huldah, 73 

Orpha, 72 
Leeds, Jonathan, 63 
Leonard, Zebina, 61 
Lewis, Ernest, 213 

David P., 76 

Harriett A., 213 

Polly, 172 
Libby, Catrqp, 40 
Lillie, Lucy T., 125 
Lincoln, Joshua W., 88 
Lindsey, John, 129 
Linsley, Charles, 55 
Lockheart, Grace, 187 
Lock wood, Nancy, 137 

Phoebe Ann, 99 
Logan, Martha M., 105 
Longstreet, Josephine A., 193 
Loomis, Horace, 56 
Lopez, Mercedes, 164 
Lorton, Sarah, 149 
Lothrop, Abigail, 17 

David, 30 

John, 17 
Lovell, Seth W., 87 
Lovett, Daniel, 44 

James R., 45 

Thomas, 45 
Lurvey, Anna, 45 
Luther, Sarah, 186 
Lyman, Simeon, 27 
Lynn, Manila, 266 
Mac Comber, Nellie, 246 
Maclntire, Thankful, 89 
Mahan, Nellie L., 275 
Maine, Sarah, 196 
Manlove, Maragret, 39 
Mann, Hepsabeth, 151 
Manners, Muriel, 296 
Manning, Anstice, 33 

Richard, 33 

Thomas, 33 
Marble, Lansing, 129 
Marchant, Hannah L., 136 



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Marple, Catherine, 140 

Elizabeth, 140 
Marsh, Samuel, 141 
Marshall, Lovida, 104 
Martin, F. J., 53 
Martindale, Joanna, 115 
Marston, Mary, 162 

Nelson E., 109 
Mason, Charles H., 148 

Hannah, 90 

Mary, J. 234 
Mathews, Ueor^, 240 
Matthews, Danus, 78 
Mattocks, Anna, 31 
Maury, Rev. Matthew F., 55 
Mayo, Betsey, 41, 90 

Caroline, 202 

Rev. John, 41 
Maxon, Prudence, 208 
McFarland, Elizabeth, 188 
McGr^:gor, Marjorie, 294 
McKee, Asahel, 30 
McKenney, Harriett, 162 

Obed,47 
McNichols, Margaret V., 202 
McQuillen, Naomi, 173 
Mead, Hannah, 52 

Laura, 109 

William, 52 
Mendenhall, Mordecai, 83 
Merrill, Charles, 150 

Elizabeth, 229 

John T., 36 

Lorenzo, 148 
Messic, Margaret A., 240 
Milam, Rev. Francis M., 85 

Laura Ann, 85 
MiUer, Abigail, 225 

Rev. William P., 193 
Millett, Elizaberth, 71 
Milliken, Abigail, 74 
Minor, Mary, 23 
Minot, Ada, 120 
Mitchell, Annna, 100, 186 
Montague, Alex S., 110 
Moore, Capt., 16 

Mnre, David, 161 

MeUnda, 208 

Nancy, 250 



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317 



Moore, Rachel, 62 

Samuel, 40 
Moreau, Mary L., 293 
Morehouse, Eliza D., 290 
Moreton, Isabelle, R.. 244 
Morgan, Anna M., 241 

George R., 211 
Morrill, Jennie, 278 
Morrison, Michael, 34 
Morse, Abner, 25 

John, 43 

Sarah, 226 

William, 47 
Morton, Job, 75 
Moses, Hannah, 70 

Martha, W., 145 
Moss, Eunice, 96 
Moxon, Marion, 121 
MuUins, Fanny A., 287 
Munroe, Mary E., 227 
Nash, Cable, 127 

Vincent, 60 
Nason, John L., 76 
Nelson, James N., 164 

Sina, 265 
Ncwcomb, John, 167 

Mary, 180 
Newman, tdgar, 113 
Neval, Leah, 161 
Nichols, Caroline, 291 

Lucy A., 130 

James, 62 

Sheldon, 59 

William, 62 
Nicholson, Anderson, 83 
Nineth Generation, 290 
Nordman, Henry, 121 
North, Caroline E., 239 
Norton, Freeman, 37 
Nowell, Zachariah, 33 
Nye, Hannah, 160 

Lemuel, 135 

Love, 215, 

Nathaniel, 37 
Obear, Elizabeth, 34 
Osbom, Ann, 44 

Elizabeth, 91 

Samuel, 44 
Owen, Anna, 209 



Painter, Gamaliel, 27 
Palmer, George A., 233 

Sarah, 214 
Palmes, Anna, 110 
Papson, Esther, 109 
Parker, Harding, 95 

Rev. D. O., 97 

Jonh B., 130 

Mary Ann, 233 

Peter, 103 

Sarah W., 126 

William V., 220 
Park, Lothrop, 131 
Parks, Isaac, 73 
Patch, Martha E., 146 
Payn, Chauncy M., 127 
Peck, Lewis S., 137 
Pendleton, Catherine, 211 

Frances, 214 
Pennock, Marjorie C, 255 
Percival, Hannah, 236 
Perkins, Daniel, 145 

Joseph, 159 
Perrin, Clarissa, 113 

Eliza Ann, 114 
Peterson, Luther, 36 
Phelps, Asahel, 58 
Phillips, Addie, S., 243 

Etta G., 287 

Helen S., 243 

Lillie B., 269 
Pierce, Oliver B., 88 
Pierpont, Julia E., 222 
Pike, Doctor, 43 
Pinckney, Charles C, 105 
Pineo, Charles R., 99 
PoUard, Adelia, 192 
Pomeroy, Norton, 119 
Pompelly, Allena L., 150 
Pool, Sarah, 100 
Pope, Mary, 81 
Porter, Asa, 103 

Anna, 34 

John B., 144 

Jonathan, 21, 34 

Marcus, 78 

Nehemiah, 20 

RoUin, 103 
Post, Nancy, 25 



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Post, Stephen, 25 
Potter, Nancy, 140 
Pratt, Mary A., 200 
Prickett, Sarah, 40 
Primrose, Dr. John, 98 
Purinton, Lavinia, 229 
Putnam, Rebecca, 130 
Puzzy, Salena, 204 

Quick, John, 44 

Raddin, Annie S., 253 
Raines, Jane, 192 
Randall, William, 44 
Randolph, Maria B., 263 
Rankine, Emma M., 265 
Ranney, Elizabeth ,128 
Raptnal, Nancy, 245 
Ray, Lucy Ann, 110 
Reed, Amy, 60 

Ella B., 295 

Littleton, 172 

Silas, 53 
Reeves, Elizabeth, 265 
Reichard, Anna E., 21^ 
Reynolds, Stephen, 213 
Rhodenhizer, Ellen, 289 
Rhodes, Catherine P., 211 

Elizabeth A., 116 
Rice, Clara, 142 

Mary B., 227 
Rich, John, 41 

Joseph, 90 

Lewis, C. 87 

Phebe, 90 
Richardson, Charles N., 214 

Joshua, 33 

Samuel H., 9 ) 
Ricker, Rufus, 74 
Riddel, John O., 226 
Rider, Sarah, 87 
Riggs, Lucy, 238 
Ring, George, 31 
Ripley, Sarah, 35 

William, 35 
Ritchie, Gertrude M., 286 
Roberts, Delia, 295 
Robertson, Helen E., 246 
Robinson, Esther, 139 
Rodgers, Flora, 285 



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Rodgers, Amanda S., 116 

Jabez, 56 
Ross, John, 96 
Rowe, Cora M., 297 

D. J. M., 127 
Rowley, Julia Ann, 159 

Mariette, 158 
Ruggles, Benjamin, 41 

Susanna, 41 
Russell, Ellen, 197 

Mary Ann, 223 
Ryan, Margaret, 234 

Nancy, 225 

Sabin, Mar\% 26 
Salisbury, Guy H., 109 
Sanborn, John, 230 
Sanford, farius, 142 
Sargent, Ruth, 14 

William, 14 
Saunders, Elizabeth, 83 

Frances, 214 

G. Washington, 103 

John, 164 
Savage, Clymena, 151 

Martha, 231 
Sawyer, Helen, 185 

Mary, 93 
Saxton, Joseph, 17 
Scott, Emma, 184 
Scudder, Relief, 155 
Seager, Esther, 205 
Searle, Livonia, 129 
Searles, Julia A., 244 
Seaver, Marilla D., 166 
Second, Generation, 15 
Seventh Generation, 190 
Shackford. Ella A., 279 
Shaddock, John, 132 
Shafner, Annie, 95 
Shaffner, Annie M., 254 
Sharp, Samuel, 98 
Sharpe, Mary, 247 
Shattuck, Mary A., 200 
Shaw, Alice. 179 

H. N., 180 

Jerusha, 141 

Mary, 195 

Nancy, 130 

Orpha, 150 



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?ha-wa-na, Elizabeth, 190 
Shears, Calvin, 191 
Sheldon, Nahum, 61 
Shepard, Susan, 220 
Sherman, Benj. F., 115 
Short, Lavina, 241 

Nancy, 161 
Sibley, Julia A., 245 
Sixth Generation, 105 
Skiff, Mary, 16 

Nathan, 14 

Stephen, 16 
Skilley, Sands, 159 
Skinner, Abigail, 66 

John M., 210 
Small, Charles O., 232 
Smart, Wm. T., 155 
Smith, Deliverance, 169 

George W., 180 

Herman, 42 

John, 129 

Josias, 56 

Lettie F., 280 

Lawrence, 252 

Mary, 77, 79, 86 

Ruth, 166 

Samuel, 88 

Sarah, 171 

Shubael, 16 

William D., 52, 88 
Sniffen, Hattie L., 273 
Snow, Austin, 72 

Sylvanus, 42 

Tabitha, 42 
Somerville, Robert M., 178 
South worth, Simeon, 61 
Sperry, Harriett, 222 
Spicer, Alanson, 63 
Spofford, Andrew, 121 

Hannah, 54 

Job, 25 
Sprague, Bela, 72 
Squier, Solomon, 27 
Stanley, Lucena, 164 
Starr, Eliza, 251 

Joseph, C. 178 

William C, 112 
Stayton, Nehemiah, 84 
Steams, Hiram N., 146 



Stevens, Amanda, 231 
Steward, Letty, 85 
Stewart, Ella M., 253 

Verona, 263 
Stickney, Jonathan, 34 
Still, Charles, 184 
Stinipson, Andrew, 81 

Caroline F. K., 174 
St inch field, Stephen, 75 
Stinson, Samuel, 91 
Stoddard, Betsey, 113 

Ichabod, 60 

Sarah R., 115 
Stone, Hannah, 60 
Storrs, Ashley, 58 
Strout, Maria, 185 

Alva D., 279 
Struthers, Agnes E., 251 
Stuart, Temple, 84 
Stubbs, Paulina, 168 
Sturdivant, James, 147 
Sumner, Alfred, 62 

Harriett, 197 
Sutherland, Altie, 192 

Eliza A., 191 
Swain, Rev. Joseph, 20 
Sweeny, Kathleen A., 247 
Swetiand, Aaron, 27 
Swett, Sarah H., 168 
Swift, Isaac C, 110 

Zephaniah, 16 

Taylor, Hannah, 80 

Joseph, 29 

Martha, 137 
Tefft, Phebe, 210 
Tenney, Alonzo, 171 
Tenth Generation, 297 
Tibbals, Thomas, 114 
Tillie, Elizabeth, 10, 13 
Tilley, Jessie, 186 

Sir Leonard, 102 
Thayer, Roy. 285 
Third Generation, 17 
Thomas, Ann, 165 

Bethiah, 21 
Thompson, J. Royden, 187 

Margaret, 252 



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Thompson, Alfred C, 150 

John B., 145 

Joseph, 274 

Lafayette, 156 

Sarah, 108 
Thrall, Chauncy, 28 

Luther, 61 
Thum, Nancy, 132 
Thurlow. Alfred M., 279 

Susie S.. 278 
Thurston, Joseph, 129 

Maria, 128 
Tilden. Elizabeth C, 171 
Tillotson, John, 38 
Toombs, Pamelia J., 265 
Tortat, Julia A. V., 183 
Townsend. William, 143, 148 
Tozier, Elizabeth, 70 
Tracy, Theophilus, 132 
Treadwell, Caroline, 223 
Treat, John, 41 

Martha, 41 
Trefry, William E., 103 
Tremaize, Alexander, 97 
Trimble, Maggie, 262 
Tripp, Anna, 75 
Troop, Alexander, 91 

Elizabeth, 100 

George, 44 

Jane, 101 
Trowbridge, Hannah, 61 
Tryon, Caroline, 135 
Tucker, Hannah, 143 
Tumbleson, Sarah E., 283 
Tupper, Jane, 48 

Nancy, 48 
Turner, Henry, 154 

Mary, 72 

Mercy, 78 

Rebecca D., 185 
Underwood, Elizabeth, 215 

Van Aken, Hannah, 212 
Vanartsdalen, Mary, 219 
Van Duzen, Doctor, 61 
Vail, L L., 132 
Vose. Sarah M... 226 

Wade, Ella, 184 

John, 43, 91 



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Wadsworth, Benjamin, 36 

Hannah, 35 

Peleg, 36 
Wagner, Mary L., 206 
Wainright, Rosabel H., 259 
Walcott, Sarah, 84 
Waldron, Phillip, 141 
Walker, Mary, 125 
Ward, Miles, 20 

WiUiam, 32 
Ware, Anna, 164 

Rebecca, 165 
Warren, Hannah, 19 

John, 20 

Joseph, 19 

Mercy, 10, 22 
Washburn, Amanda, 122 

Ezekiel, 21 

Joseph, 30 

Sarah, 56 
Waterhouse, Esther, 117 
Waterman, Anna, 35 
Wat kins, Claiborne, 164 
Watson, Brook, 94 
Webster, Barclay, 251 
Weems, Charles, 213 
Weir, Ruth, 290 
Wentling, Caroline, 236 
WharfF, Moses, 147 
Whidden, David, 43, 92 

John, 92 
Wheeler, Aneston, 162 

Jonathan, 83 

Solomon, 60 
Whipple, Eusebia, 120 
Whitcomb, Carrie R., 215 
White, Hannah, 146 

Julia, 235 

Mary, 58 

William, 58 
Whitford, Lydia A., 200 
Whitney, C, 53 

Lucie A., 269 
Whittlesey, Patty, 56 
Wilbom, Margaret, 89 

Moses, 83 

Rev. W. H., 126 
Wilbur. Cora J., 280 
Wilcox, John, 20 



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Wiloox, Mehetable, 30 
Samuel, 57 
Sarah, 159 
Wilder. John E., 99 
Wiley, Elisha, 87 
WUlans, Louise, 249 
Williams, Elizabeth, 269 
Florence, 249 
Harriett, 132 
Prudence, 62 
Williamson, Sarah A., 136 
WilUt, Catherine, 268 
Wilson, Anne, 158 

Elizabeth, 101 
John C, 47 
Josepb, 212 
RuthW.. 198 



Sarah M., 238 
Wiltse, Marilda, 205 
Winston, Mary, 162 
Wiston, David H., 185 
Wood, Cora C, 262 

Hannah, 149 
Woodbridge, Timothy, 52 
Woodbury, Loraine, 100 
Woodford, Francis, 137 
Woodruff, Nancy L., 284 
Wonson, Samuel, 45 
Worrall, Mae M., 282 
Wright, Louisa, 179 

Martha, 170 

Yarborough, Joseph J., 164 



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