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492



SALLY 6 CHANDLER {John, 5 Henry* Henry? Thomas?
William 1 ) and Richard 1 Otis, Canaan, X. Y.

He was horn at Lyme, Conn., 4 July, 1775. She died 28
Jane, 1833, in her 53d year, at Hubbardston, Vt., while on a
visit there.

They had one child :

i. Sally 2 Otis, b. at Canaan, N. Y., 1 March, 1800; m. June,
1821, James Pettee, Jr., her cousin, son of her aunt Folly
Chandler Pettee. [See 487.] They settled at Moira, N. Y.

493



CLARA 6 CHANDLER (John? Henry? Henry? Thomas?
William 1 ) and Hiram 1 Hill, Bennington, Yt.

His father came from Ireland, and married a Miss Lawrence,
of Bennington.

Mr. Hiram Hill was a farmer. He went out west, and
wanted to move his family there ; but as he was not a good
" provider," his wife declined going with him. He left his
family when his eldest child was about 7 years old.

Mrs. C. Hill died 31 July, 1839, in her 59th year.

The children of Clara and Hiram Hill were :

i. Eliza 2 Hill, b. in Bennington, 10 Nov. 180G ; m. first, Levi
Lawrence, son of Solomon. He lived only one week after
marriage. She m. second, 26 April, 1831, Thomas Davis;
resides at Bennington. Yt. Two children.

ii. Horace' 2 Hill, b. in Huhbardston, Oct. 1800 ; m. Eliza Austin,
of Candor, N. Y. Four children.

iii. Clarissa 2 Hill, b. at Bennington, 1813 ; m. Alonzo Gage, farmer
at Bennington. Three children.

495



MARY 6 CHANDLER (Stephen? Henry? Henry? Thomas?
William 1 ) and Asahel 6 Bliss, Longmcadow.

lie was b. 5 Feb. 1750, and was blown lip 7 May, 1777, at
Springfield, and died the 11th of the same month. He was a
descendant of Ebenezer 5 and Sarah Bliss, through Ebenezer 4



368 THE CHANDLER FAMILY.

Bliss and Sarah; Samuel 3 Bliss, who in. 2 Jan. 1672, Sarah
Stebbins ; Nathaniel- Bliss, son of Samuel 1 and Margaret Bliss.
She in. second, Ebenezer Rumrill, b. 17 July, 1745; d. 17
Dec. 1801, of Longmeadow. [See 65.] Mrs. Mary Rumrill
died 17 Aug. 1810, in her 58th year.

The children of Mary Bliss were :

i. Stillborn child 7 , b. March, 1774.
ii. Maky 7 Bliss, b. 14 April, 1775; m. 25 April, 1796, Abraham

Besse, of Bridgcvvater.
iii. Anna 7 Bliss, b. 15 April, 1777; m. 28 Aug. 1794, Peter Pease,

of Glastonbury. Four children.
iv. Tryphena Rumrill ; pub. 10 Nov. 1808, to Biklad Trumbull.
v. Betsey Rumrill, b. 15 Nov. 1787; pub. 7 May, 1819, to Dea.

Sylvester Lyman, of East Hampton. He had m. first. 6 Nov.

1800, Naomi Jones, and by her had eight children. She died

13 Sept. 1818, aged 40, at East Hampton, Mass. Two

children.



496



STEPHEN CHANDLER, Jr. {Stephen, 5 Henry* Henry, 3
Thomas? William*) and Freelove 3 Hancock, Longmeadow.

She was b. 7 June, 1756 ; d. 7 Oct. 1841, aged 65 years, and
was buried beside her husband, who died 26 Feb. 1817, aged
62. She was daughter of Jabez 2 Hancock, who m. 29 Nov.
1750, Rachel Wright, of Chicopee ; gr.-dau. of John 1 Hancock,
who m. 19 Nov. 1713, Anna Webb.

In 1840 Mrs. Chandler resided with her son Dimond Chandler
in Longmeadow, and drew a pension.

Stephen 6 Chandler, Jr., bought land of his father in Enfield,
30 March, 1786, as witness Sarah Chandler and Eliphalet
Terry.

The children of Stephen and Freelove (Hancock) Chandler
were :

Cynthia, b. 24 Sept. 1779 ; m.' 15 Nov. 1798, Jacob
Coltou.

Freelove, b. 24 July, 1781 ; m. first, 25 March, 1795,
Levi Colton ; m. second, John Warriner.

Stephen, b. 14 Sept. 1783; m. 1808, Hannah Saltonstall.

Fanny, b. 27 June, 1787; m. first, 14 July, 1807, Joseph
Stewart, of East Haddam, Conn. ; m. second, Elias
Russell, of Springfield, Mass.
1206. v. Calvin Steele, b. 8 Nov. 17^8 ; d. 19 June, 1865, at Long-
meadow ; m. Lucretia Taylor, who was b. 1788, and died
16 Jan. 1858. He was depot-master, and stage-driver
from the Longmeadow depot to Longmeadow village.
No issue.



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SIXTH AND SEVENTH GENERATIONS. 369

1207. vi. John, b. 24 Sept. 1795 ; m. widow , Macon, Ga., and

had children.

1208. vn. Dimond, b. 7 March, 1799; m. 29 Oct. 1823, Lauriuda

Colton.

497



TRYPHENA 6 CHANDLER {Stephen, 5 Henry,* Henry?
Thomas? William 1 ) and William 3 Hancock, Jr., Enfield, Conn.

He died 27 May. 1808, aged 50. He was son of William 2
Hancock, who m. Hannah Long, grandson of John 1 Hancock,
who m. Anna Webb, of Springfield Mass. He was a blacksmith
in the north part of the town.

After her death, 10 May, 1784, in her 24th year, leaving two
daughters, he m. Margaret Cooley, dan. of Aaron and Ruth
(Mears) Cooley, and had by her six children.

One of them, Moses, who m. 21 Nov. 1823, Parnel Taylor,
dau. of Jonathan Taylor by his wife Mehitable Chandler, dau.
of Joseph and Mary Chapin. [See 508].

The children of Trypiiena and William Hancock were :
i. Stillborn child, 4 b. 1(3 Nov. 1778.

ii. Tryphena 4 Hancock, b. 14 Feb. 1780 ; d. at Glastonbury, Conn. ;
m. Thomas Hollister, farmer and tavern-keeper at Glastonbury.
Mary 4 Hancock, b. 22 Feb. 1782; d. 18 Feb. 1821 ; m. Zenas
Hale, farmer at Westfield, Mass. Two children.



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SAMUEL 6 CHANDLER (Stephen, 5 Henry,* Henry? Thorn-
as? William 1 ) and Dorcas Terry, Enfield, Conn.

She was b. 24 March, 1761 ; d. 11 March, 1845, aged 84
years.

^ " Paid to Samuel Chandler £30, July 27, 1780, for his
Expense to march to West Point under the command of Capt.
Richard Albee, at the order of the Committee " of the Town of
Enfield, Conn. And he received, " Dec. 6th," 1780, " £6
in part for his Expense to march under command of Capt.
Booth." He had "Enlisted into the Continental Army
agreeable to the Vote of the Town of Enfield, Nov. 19, 1777."

He was a millwright; lived at Brattleboro', Vt., Springfield,
Westfield and Pittsfield, Mass. He worked in the Armory, at
the last place, where he died of measles, 4 Nov. 1809, in his
48th year.

The children of Samuel and Dorcas (Terry) Chandler
were :

1209. i. Samcel, b. 26 Aug. 1784; d. 8 July, 1785.
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370 THE CHANDLER FAMILY.

1210. ii. Phila, b. IS Feb. 1786; d. 19 Jan. 1841 ; m. in Spring-
field, Mass., 3 Nov. 1<S05, William Bates, of Springfield.

Dorcas, b. 13 Aug. 1788 ; d. 1 Oct. 1805.

Samuel. 2d, b. in Brattleboro', 2G June, 1790; m. 11
July, 1811, Sarah Stebbins, both of Springfield.

Levi" b. 29 Aug. 1792 ; d. 15 Sept. 1793.

Levi, 2d, b. lo^Sept. 1794; m. Fanny Bartlett.

Selah. b. 12 Sept. 1798 ; m. 26, March, 1821, LoraDoau,
of West Springfield.

1216. vin. Reels, b. in West Springfield. 22 Sept. 1800; m. 31 Oct.

1822, Lucy Tyler, of Springfield.

1217. rx. Eliza T.. b. 22 June, 1803; m. first, Edward S. Tyler,

both of Springfield ; m. second, Benjamin Hall, of
Attica, N. Y.



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AMY 6 CHANDLER ( Stephen ? Henry * Henry* Thomas?
William 1 ) and John 1 Haskell, Weathersfield, Vt. *

He died 1845, at the age of 92, on the same farm he bought
at the time of his marriage. He was a soldier of the Revolution,
and was a prisoner in the " Old Sugar House," New Y r ork city,
1780.

Mrs. Amy Haskell died 4 Dec. 1803, in her 36th year.

The children of Amy and John Haskell were :

i. Orkill" 2 Haskell, b. at Weathersfield, 25 May, 1791 ; m. 30

March, 1820, Ashley Blodgett, of Fitzwilliam, N. H. Eight

children,
ii. John- Chandler Haskell, b. at Weathersfield, IS April, 1793 ;

d. 23 May, 1864 ; m. 3 Feb. 1824, Randilla Whipple, dau. of

Jonathan Whipple. He was a farmer on the homestead ; was

representative to the Legislature two years, and held offices of

trust at different times in Weathersfield, where he died 23 May,

1864. Four children,
iii. Amy- M. Haskell, b. at Weathersfield. 1<S Jan. 1795 ; m. 24 Nov.

1814, Thomas Billings, b. 13 March, 1787; d. 12 Oct. 1856.

Nine children.
iv. Partiiena 2 Haskell, b. at Weathersfield, Aug. 1797; d. there

June. 1836.
v. Sarah 2 Haskell, b. July, 1799 ; d. April, 1827, at Weathersfield ;

m. Nov. 1826, Orrin Parker; no issue,
vi. Stephen Haskell, b. 12 June, 1801 ; m. 1 Dec. 1834, Mary A.

Peck, of New Haven, Conn. She died July, 1849, leaving no

issue. Banker at St. Louis, Mo.



502



ABNER* CHANDLER {Stephen* Henry * Henry * Thomas?
William^) and Eunice 5 Colton, Longmeadow, Mass.



. SIXTH AND SEVENTH GENERATIONS. 371

She was h. 27 April, 1769 ; d. 19 April, 1850, aged 81, and
was buried by the meeting-house, West Longuieadow ; and on
a handsome white marble column is inscribed her name, with
the names of her husband and children — Capt. William,
Ebenezer C, Amy H., and Ebenezer Chandler. She was dau.
of Ebenezer 4 Colton by his wife Miriam (Colton), dau. of
George Colton by his wife Experience ; gr.-dau. of Ebenezer 3
Colton by his wife Deborah 4 Chandler [see 67] ; gr. -gr.-dau.
of Capt. Thomas 2 Colton and Hannah Bliss his wife, "dau. of
Lawrence and Lydia Bliss ; and gr.-gr. -gr.-dau. of quarter-
master George 1 Colton.

xVbner Chandler was a millwright, and d. 29 March, 1828,
aged 59. In her will of 31 July," 1848, Mrs. Eunice Chandler
appointed her " daughter Marilla " sole executrix.

His estate, inventoried 15 July, 1828, consisted of two acres
of land and buildings in Longmeadow, valued at $800 ; one
quarter part of a grist-mill, $550; and his personal estate at
$360.10. Charges against the estate paid by his son William
Chandler, administrator, 8 Sept. 1829, when the account was
settled in court, were $455.78.

The children of Abner and Eunice (Colton) Chandler
were :

1218. i. Abner, b. 29 March, 1793; m. first, in Montague, 11

Sept. 1821, Lois Rice, of Montague; m. second, Ruby
Merchant.

1219. n. William, b. 15 Oct. 1795 ; d. 3 Jan. 1830, aged 32 years ;

was published to Maria Robinson, but died before mar-
riage. Abner, brother of Capt. William Chandler, was
appointed administrator on the estate of William
Chandler, of Longmeadow, which consisted of one-
sixth of two-thirds of the house and barn, and ten
acres of land, the house lot of the late Abner Chandler,
amounting to §83.33, and a part of a saw-mill, and land
attached, &c, $294.44.

1220. in. Eunice, b. 30 Aug. 1797 ; m. 14 May, 1819, James Bliss,

of Longmeadow.

1221. iv. Marilla, b. 30 March, 1799; resided in Longmeadow;

unm ; d. May, 1880, aged 81 years.

1222. v. Ebenezer Colton, b. 11 July, 1802; d. 15 Oct. 1802.

1223. vi. Ebenezer Colton, 2d, b. 27 Aug. 1805; d. 13 Feb. 1847,

aged 42, and was buried at Columbus, Ga., where he
was a cotton manufacturer ; unm.

1224. vn. Amy Haskell, b. 31 Dec. 1809 ; d. 13 April, 1843, aged

33 years ; unm.

503



r HEPZIBAIF CHANDLER (Stephen, 5 Henri/,* Henry*
Thomas* William 1 ) and Chauncy Hitchcock, Bccket, Mass.



372



THE CHANDLER FAMILY.



He was b. 22 May, 1763; d. 4 Feb. 1842; son of Don.
Hitchcock, of Granville, Mass. ; blacksmith. In 1829 he
removed with his family to Freedom, Portage Co., Ohio. Mrs.
Hitchcock was always called "Siba" by her own mother and
others. She died 17 Sept. 1833, aged 52, in Hiram, Portage
Co., Ohio.

The children of Hepzibah and Chauncy Hitchcock were :

i. John C. Hitchcock, b. 21 Aug. 1803; m. first, at Becket, 27
Feb. 1828, Arvilla Wadsworth, both of Becket. She was b.
21 Oct. 1804, and d. 4 Dec. 1840, leaving three children ; dan.
of Seth Wadsworth by his wife Isabel Ferguson. He m.
second, Prudence Slocum, wid. of Jonathan Dwight Wads-
worth, a brother of his first wife. Mr. John C. Hitchcock has
been engaged in saw-mills ; settled in Worth Co., Iowa. Five
children,
ii. Sif.a Hitchcock, b. at Russell, Mass., 5 July, 1805; m. at
Becket, 8 Dec. 1824, Jonathan W. Kiugsley, both of Becket ;
son of Fnos Kingsley, of Becket ; farmer at Windham, Por-
tage Co., Ohio. Six children.

iii. Jehiel Hitchcock, b. at Russell, 10 March, 1808; m. at Wind-
ham, Ohio, 23 Feb. 1834, Lemira Hawley. She d. 8 Sept.
1858, at Freedom, Ohio. She was dau. of Zina Hawley by
his wife Lucy Moody, widow of Aaron Pickett. He "is a
farmer at Freedom, Portage Co., Ohio. Four children.

iv. Justin Hitchcock, b. in Russell, Mass., 23 May, 1813 ; m. in

Oregon, 111., 13 Feb. 1845, Mary dishing, of , Vt., dau.

of Hosea and Lydia Crushing, and settled, 1848, at Fond du
Lac, Wis. ; blacksmith. Four children.



504



MAPvY 6 CHANDLER (Joseph, 5 Daniel," Henry, 3 Thomas*
William 1 ) and Truman Banister, Wilbraham, Mass.

He was b. 13 April, 1777 ; d. 29 Nov. 1844; son of Joseph
and Statira Banister, of Springfield.

Mrs. Mary Banister, at the" age of 94, was feeble in body,
but had a clear mind, and retentive memory of early transac-
tions. She died 1864, aged 98, in Wilbraham.

The children of Mary and Troiajv Banister were :

i. Sarah Banister, b. in Springfield, 27 Feb. 1796; lived unm.
with her sister, Mrs. Whitcomb Gray, in Wilbraham, and took
care of her mother in her last days.
ii. Alvan Banister, b. 22 Oct. 1707.
iii. Polly Banister, b. 30 Aug. 1799; m. Roderick Ashley, of

Springfield ; boatman ; assessor.
iv. Sophia Banister, b. 7 April, 1801 ; d. 24 July, 1804.



SIXTH AND SEVENTH GENERATIONS. 373

Ruel Banister, b. in Springfield, 1G July, 1804 ; resides at
Colebrook, N. H. ; m. Mary Butler, dau. of his uncle Joseph
Chandler's second wife by her first husband.

Sophia Banister, 2d, b. 9 May, 1808 ; m. Whitcomb Gray, of
Wilbrahani ; resides about half a mile west of the Academy.



506



JOSEPH 6 CHANDLER {Joseph,* Daniel* Henry* Thomas*
William' 1 ) and Lydia Hawkins, Colebrook, N. II.

She was b. 18 Nov. 1768; d. 24 Feb. 1822, in Colebrook,
leaving nine children : dau. of Joel Hawkins.

He m. second, Mary Chickering Hardy, widow of David
Butler, formerly of Pelham, Mass. She died 1 Nov. 1849, in
her 68th year. He was a shoemaker, and had a farm near the
geographical centre of Colebrook, of about thirty acres. He
was on the tax list there in 1806.

The children of Joseph Chandler were :

1225. i. Luther, b. in Enfield, Conn., 24 Oct. 1789; m. first. 26

Oct. 1809, Sally Stone; ra. second, 1 Dec. 1847. Olive
Brainard, widow of John Whittemore ; m. third, 18G4,
Sarah Dowse.

1226. ii. Samuel, b. 8 Oct. 1791; m. first, Hannah Chapin ; m.

second, in Albany, N. Y., June, 1818, Anne E.
McKelsey.

1227. in. Joseph, b. 5 Dec. 1793; m. 19 Nov. 1824, at Frankfort,

N. Y., Sophia Earl.

1228. iv. Sarah, b. 12 April, 1790 ; d. 13 Jan. 1815; m. Marvin

Clark, of Enfield ; no issue.

1229. v. Lydia H., b. 29 Aug. 1798; m. in Colebrook, 13 Dec.

1816, Geo. W. Lucas, both of Colebrook.

1230. vi. Elizabeth S., b. 29 Aug. 1798; twin of Lydia; m. 1

Jan. 1818,- Francis Flanders, Esq., of Hereford, L. C.

1231. vn. Rodolphus, b. 29 Oct. 1800; ra. T Dec. 1822, Tabitha

Wells.

1232. vin. Almira, b. 8 July, 1803; m. 18 Feb. 1824, Benjamin

Whittemore, of "Dixville, N. H.

1233. ix. Mary, b. 22 Nov. 180G ; ra. in Colebrook, 13 Nov. 1828,

Joel W. Locke, both of Colebrook.

1234. x. Sarah Adalixe, b. 14 March, 1826 ; m. 27 Dec. 1845,

John S. Chase.

507



Capt. THOMAS 6 CHANDLER {Joseph,' Daniel* Henry?
Thomas? William 1 ) and Mary Steele, Enfield, Conn.

She was b. 17 Feb. 1773; dau. of Aaron Steele, of Long-
meadow, who m. 15 Nov. 1763, Sarah Rumrill, dau. of John
Iiumrill by his wife Abigail 4 Chandler. [See 65.]



374 THE CHANDLEPw FAMILY.

Capt. Thomas was a farmer. His kind disposition and tact
in that direction led him to assist his neighbors, in the autumn,
and at other times, in butchering their swine and in salting down
their provisions. He resided in Thompsonville. His brother
Joseph Chandler, of Colebrook, X. II., entered in his account
book, " Brother Thomas Chandler died Dec. 19, 1834, " in his
60th year.

The children of Capt, Thomas and Mary (Steele) Chandler
were :

1235. i. TRvniENA, b. 25 June, 179G; d. 20 April, 1813, in

Enfield.

1236. ii. Roderick, b. 21 July, 1798: m. 4 April, 1822, Mary

Knight.

1237. in. Lucretia, b. 14 Aug. 1800; d. 6 June, 1802.

1238. iv. Lucretia, 2d, b. 14 Jan. 1803; m. 20 May, 1834, Hart

Hancock.

1239. v. Mart, b. 31 July, 1805; m. 1 Jan. 1837, Charles Brown.

1240. vi. Louisa, b. 25 Sept. 1808; m. 29 Oct. 1834, George

Olmsted.

1241. vii. Marcus Marble, b. in Enfield, 7 Nov. 1811; m. first, 7

Nov. 1837, Maria King, of Suffleld ; m. second, 18 Jan.
1848, Melinda Earle Nye, of New Braintree.

1242. vm. Thomas Seldon, b. 17 Feb. 1815 ; d. G May, 1816.

508



HERITABLE 6 CHANDLER (Joseph,* Daniel," Henry?
Thomas, 2 William 1 ) and Jonathan Taylor, Springfield.

He learned of William Hancock, of 8. Enfield, the trade of
blacksmithing, and worked at the armory in Springfield, Mass.

Their children were :

i. Elizabeth Taylor, b. at Enfield, Conn., 29 Sept. 1796; m. at
Springfield, 6 April, 1817, Levi Pierce, both of Springfield; a
paper-maker of Springfield. Four children. *

ii. Franklin- Taylor, b. at Greenfield, N. Y., 10 July, 1799;
carriage-maker. Springfield, Mass. ; pub. 24 Nov. 1821, to
Harriet C. Tinker, of Northampton. Six children,
iii. Parnel Taylor, b. in Enfield, 15 April, 1801 ; m. 21 Nov. 1823,
Moses Hancock, b. 11 July, 1796 ; resides corner of Main and
Central Streets, Springfield, Mass. He was a shoemaker ; son
of William Hancock, of Enfield, by his second wife Margaret
Cooley. [See 497.] Four children.
iv. Nathaniel Taylor, b. in Enfield, 25' Feb. 1803 ; d. # of con-
sumption, at Williamsburg. N. Y., in the U. S. service. He
was a stone-cutter by trade ; m. at Brooklyn, N. Y.

v. Maria Taylor, b. at Springfield, Mass., 2") Jan, 1805; m.
Orlando Clark, of Northampton ; tailor at Ludlow, Yt. Six
children.



SIXTH AND SEVENTH GENERATIONS. 375

vi. Ciiloe Taylor, b. at Springfield, 5 Aug. 1807 ; resides ou the
homestead of her grandfather and great-grandfather Chandler,
in Enfield, Conn. ; m. Otis Chilson. Six children.

vii. Anna Taylor, b. at Springfield, It! St-pt. 1809 ; m. Capt. John
Carroll, paper-maker at Springfield, and afterwards at New
Marlboro', Mass. One ehild.

hi. George Taylor ; m. Bathsheba Tinker, sister of his brother
Franklin's wife ; wagon-maker, Longineadow.



509



DANIEL 6 CHANDLER {Joseph, 5 Daniel* Henry * Thomas?
William 1 ) and Clarissa Hale, Eaton, C. E.

She was b. 24 March. 1784; d. 11 March, 1843, in Eaton,
aged 59 ; dau. of John and Clarissa (Terry) Hale.

He was a tanner and currier by trade, and shoemaker in
Colebrook, N. H., and Clifton and Eaton, C. E.

The children of Daniel and Clarissa (Hale) Chandler
were :

12-13. i. Laura, b. at Enfield, Conn., 9 Jan. 1804; m. 26 March,
1826, Chas. Jourdau.

1244. ii. Dorcas Hale, b. 6 Sept. 1805; resides at Wolcottville, .

Conn.

1245. in. Lorin, b. 22 Nov. 1808; m. in Lowell, Mass., 26 Jan.

1835, Abigail Ross Kimball.

1246. iv. Clarissa, b. 7 July, 1809; m. 8 March, 1831, Thomas,

Eager, Jr., of Leeds, C E.

1247. v. Marian, b. at Somers, Conn., 7 April, 1811 ; m. Silas

Harvey.

1248. vi. Kuth Emeline, b. at Colebrook, N. H., 26 June, 1814;

m. first, 22 Nov. 1844, David Webster, of Upton,
Mass. ; m. second, 22 Nov. 1860, Elisha Graves, of
Hancock, Washington Co., Wis., who died 16 July,
1861 ; m. third, 23 Sept. 1863, John Vanderburg. who
was a native of Sussex, N. J., son of Garret ; reside at
Evansville, Rockland Co., Wis. No issue.

1249. vii. Zenia, b. at Colebrook, N. H., 3 Sept. 1816; m. at

Worcester, Vt., 16 March, 1842, Pliny Nash.

1250. vin. John Hale, b. at Clifton, C. E., 3 Aug. 1819 ; m. Esther

P. Lewis.

1251. ix. Elvira, b. at Eaton, 10 Aug. 1821 ; m. at Eaton, 9 Jan.

1842, Thomas Morse.

1252. x. Lccinda, b. 30 Dec. 1823; m. 10 July, 1842, Allen G.

Brady.

1253. xi. Amanda, b. 24 Feb. 1828; m. 6 Nov. 1855, Charles

Welton, who was b. 13 July, 1828, son of Ebeuezer
Welton. No issue.



376 TILE CHANDLER FAMILY.



510



GEORGE 6 CHANDLER {Joseph? Darnel? Henry? Thom-
as? William 1 ) and Catherine Bancroft, Westfield, Mass.

She was b. 6 March, 1789; d. 13 March, 1839, aged 51
years, and was buried at Westfield, leaving six children.

He m. second, Eunice Sacket, of Westfield ; was a tanner
and currier by trade ; but for many years he travelled through
the country, peddling whips which he manufactured. He d. at
Westfield, "aged 84, 15 Aug. 1868.

The children of George and Catherine (Bancroft) Chandler
were :

Harriet, b. 8 Oct. 1811; d. 10 Dec. 1839, unm., in
Alabama, where she had gone as teacher.

Therza, b. at Granville, 24 Oct. 1813 ; d. 27 Jan. 1849,
unm.

Maria, b. 13 Feb. 1816 ; d. 24 March, 1849.

Sarah, b. 22 March, 1818 ; m. 25 Sept. 1838, Augustus
B. Chapin, of Richmond, Mass.

1258. v. Lorenzo Bancroft, b. in Enfield, 25 July, 1820 ; d. Oct.

1S64. He was a merchant at Detroit, Mich., in company
with his brother. He went to New York city to purchase
goods, was takeu ill there, and died on his way home.
His remains were interred at Westfield. He was in the
shirt and clothing business.

1259. vi. George Clinton, b. 15 Oct. 1829; m. 24 May, 18G5,

lone Elder.

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Capt. JONATHAN 6 CHANDLER (Samuel? Xehemiah?
Henry? ThomaeP, William 1 ) and Polly Marvin, Heading, V^t.

He removed " at an early day from Alstead to Reading, Vt."
" He possessed" a philosophical mind and great mechanical
ingenuity. He was the very soul of honor and integrity, and
was ever ready to feel for the wants of others." He was a
master mechanic and wheelwright, and was often employed on
large jobs of building — large for those days, such as churches.

By endorsing for a friend he lost all he had, when he removed
to Elizabeth, N. Y., but returned again to South Reading
Village, where he remained tjll 1822, when he went to Potsdam,
N. Y., and settled on a small farm ; and there he died in 1830,
a. 58, leaving a small property of about one thousand dollars.

He had nine children, five sons and four daughters. The
sons all died, and one of his daughters, in infancy.

The children of Jonathan and Polly (Marvin) Chandleh
were :
1260. i. Lois, b. at Surry, N. II., 20 Sept. 1785 ; d. 30 June, 1795.



SIXTH AND SEVENTH GENERATIONS. 377

1261. ii. Polly, b. Nov. 178G ; d. April, 1853 ; in. Sept. 1803, Dr.

Silas Bowen, of Woodstock, Conn.

1262. in. Samuel, b. 5 April, 1788 ; d. young.

1263. iv. Betsey, b. 4 June, 1793 ; in. 1807, Delevan de Lance.

She was only fourteen years old when married. They
lived in the west part of Potsdam, where she died, in
1855, a. 62.

1264. v. Sally, b. 3 July, 1796 ; m. first. 23 March, 1819, Thomas

Baldwin, b. 15 Feb. 1797, son of Isaac Baldwin, of
Cavendish ; m. second, Reuben Ames. She resided with
her daughter, Mrs. Alden Vilas, in Ogdensburg. Alden
Vilas was son of Noah Vilas, of Farnham, P. Q., and
grandson of Noah and Abigail Baker Vilas, of Alstead,
N. H. [See 514.]

1265. vi. Marvin, b. 12 Feb. 1798 ; d. young.

1266. vn. James, b. 22 Feb. 1800 ; d. young.

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JOHN 6 CHANDLER (Samuel 5 Mhemiah,* Henry , 3 Thom-
as? William 1 ) and Lucy Brown, Alstead, N. H.

She was b. 7 Aug. 1764 ; d. 9 April, 1820, a. 55 years, and
was buried' at Alstead Centre. She left ten children. He in.
second, Eleanor Huntley, widow of Frederick Fenton. He d.
10 Oct. 1847, in his 83d year. His will was made 10 Oct.
1847, and presented for probate by his son Calvin the same
year.

The children of John Chandler were :
1267. i. Margaret, b. in Alstead, 29 March, 1788 ; m. John

Connor.
1263. ii. Samuel, b. 4 Jan. 1790; m. 23 Jan. 1818, Friendly

Doolittle.

1269. in. Persis, b. 29 Nov. 1791 ; in. 9 Jan. 1812, Elijah Angier.

1270. iv. Betsey, b. 31 Aug. 1793 ; m. Calvin Angier.

127'.. v. LEVi,"b. 5 Sept. 1795; d. 18 Nov. 1807, by freezing, as
he was returning from market across the fields. His
body lay covered with snow two days before it was
found.

1272. vi. Orvilla, b. in Alstead, 21 July, 1798; m. 15 Feb. 1821,

Elijah Angier as his second wife.

1273. vii. Ira, b. 7 Nov. 1800 ; d. 3 June, 1814.

1274. vni. John Jefferson, b. 26 March, 1803 ; m. 18 Oct. 1849,

Laura A. Huutoon.

1275. ix. Calvin, b. 23 Nov. 1805 ; m. first, 3 June, 1828, Grace

M. Huntoou, of Unity, N. H. ; m. second, 6 Feb. 1838,
Mary E. Webster, of Gilsum.

1276. x. Levi, 2d, b. 30 Oct. 1809 ; d. 9 Jan. 1814.

1277. xi. Frederick, b. 16 Sept. 1828; m. 1859, Sophia Tuttle.

She d. July, 1870 ; dan, of John Tuttle by wife Abigail
Stowell, grand-dau. of William and Rebecca Tuttle.
Farmer, Alstead. No issue.
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514

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MARY 6 CHANDLER (Samuel, 5 Mhemiah, 4 Henry,
Thomas? William 1 ) and Lieut. Nathaniel 3 Vilas, Alstead, N
H.



ELIZABETH CHANDLER {Samuel, 5 Wehemiah* Henry?

Thomas? William 1 ) and Ezra- Wait, Fayston, Vt.

He was b. at Brooktield, Conn., 17(57 ; d. 14 March, 1814.
lie was son of Gen. Benjamin 1 Wait, who settled in the west



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