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Howlett of Stafford, Conn., a widower with a daughter; he was
born May 28, 1797, and died in South Wilbraham, May 28, 1881,
on his eighty-fourth birthday of heart disease; Lucetta Davis
(Chaffee) Howlett died on the sixth anniversary of his death;
and both were buried in South Wilbraham, on Memorial Day,
six years apart; they had no children and Mrs Howlett willed
the homestead to her niece, Louise E. (Chaffee) Chamberlin
(4066) ; a large part of her property she left to the Methodist
Church, of which she was a member and to which she gave a
bell and a generous contribution for the Sunday School library,
just before her death, which occurred as the result of injuries
received from a pair of runaway horses.



SIXTH GENERATION 207

1888 iii Electa Elmer Chaffee, born May 17, 1807; died April 3, 1881 ; married
in Somers, June 8, 1840, Roswell Graves, a widower with a son
and daughter; he was born October 6, 1806, and died in Indian

Orchard, Mass., February 12, ; they had no children.

+ 1889 iv Reuben Howlett Chaffee, born March 22, 1809; married (1) Esther
A. Truden; (2) Carohne .

1890 V Marvin Chaffee, born September 11, 1810; died February 10, 1811.

1891 vi Harriet Chaffee, born April 3, 1812; died in Ware, Mass., March 11,

1883; married (1) in Palmer, May 6, 1841, Aaron Graves of New
York City, born in Martinsburg, N. Y., November 10, 1808,
died in Jacksonville, Fla., December 27, 1874; she was his third
wife; he had three children by his first wife; Harriet (Chaffee)
Graves married (2) in Palmer, November 9, 1875, William Snell
(third wife) who had three daughters and a son, all born in
Ware, by his first wife; in 1838, Harriet Chaffee lived in Palmer;
she died of a paralytic shock; she had no children.

+ 1892 vii Thirza Chaffee, born October 31, 1813; married Daniel S. Collins.
1893 viii Abdel Newbury Chaffee, born August 22. 1816; died January 6,
1817.

+ 1894 ix Elam Newbury Chaffee, born April 1, 1818; married Sarah Holt.

713 Noah ^ Chaffee (Simeon, s John,* Jolin,^ Joseph, 2 Thomas was born in
South Wilbraham, Mass., October 19, 1780, and died in Albion, Orleans County,
N. Y. He married about 1805 Freelove Edgerton of Monson, their intention of
marriage being published in South Wilbraham, February 4, 1805. He was then
living in South Wilbraham, but afterward moved to Albion, where he was living
as early as 1823. He was a farmer.

Children :

+ 1895 i Caroline ^ Chaffee, married Alonzo Rice.

+ 1896 ii Hollis Worthington Chaffee, born January 4, 1812; married Susan
Thomas.

716 Emery e Chaffee (Simeon,^ John,* John,3 Joseph,^ Thomas 1) was born in
South Wilbraham, Mass., October 5, 1786, and died in Stafford, Conn., Septem-
ber 21, 1871. He married (1) in South Wilbraham, October 6, 1814, Keziah,
daughter of Jonathan Harwood of Stafford, Conn., their marriage intention being
published in South Wilbraham, September 22, 1814. She died March 14, 1821,
aged thirty-four, and he married (2) in Stafford, December 6, 1821, her sister
Lura Harwood, their marriage intention being entered in South Wilbraham,
November 17, 1821. She died May 3, 1868, aged seventy-five. Emery Chaffee
had a light complexion, blue eyes, and was five feet, eight inches in height. He
was a farmer and lived in his native toTVTi at the time of both marriages, and at
least until after the births of his children. At the time of his death he was living
in Stafford. He and both his wives were buried in South Wilbraham. They were
all members of the Congregational Church, Lura (Harwood) Chaffee having re-
ceived a letter of dismissal from the Second Church of Christ in Stafford to the
South Wilbraham Congregational Church, July 3, 1823.

Children, by first wife, born in South Wilbraham:

+ 1897 i Zelotes Emery ^ Chaffee, born September 17, 1815; married Hannah
S. Snell.
1898 ii Mertilla Keziah Chaffee, born June 23, 1818; died September 9, 1830;
buried in South Wilbraham, where, in the Congregationa' Church,
she was baptized September 19, 1824.



208 THE CHAFFEE GENEALOGY

Children, by second wife, born in South Wilbraham :

+ 1899 iii Frankhn Dexter Chaffee, born April 16, 1824; married (1) Emeline

C. Hurlbert; (2) Mrs. Elizabeth Pease.
+ 1900 iv Edwin Stearns Chaffee, born April 13, 1828; married Hannah A. Cady.

1901 V Lura Clarinda Chaffee, born July 14, 1829; died February 29, 1852;

married, November 27, 1849, Anson C, son of Charles and Frances
(Rice) Brewer of Wilbraham; no children.

1902 vi Henry Winslow Chaffee, born December 22 1835; died March 7, 1837;

was buried in South Wilbraham.

718 Amos 6 Chaffee, Jr. (Amos,5 John,* John, 3 Joseph, 2 Thomas ^), was born in
South Wilbraham, Mass., May 13, 1773, and died in Rochester, Vt., May 15, 1844.
He married (1) in Stafford, Conn., January 1, 1795, Betsey Harwood of Connecti-
cut, who died and was buried in Waterbury, Vt. He married (2) Rachel Gubtil,
who died in Waterbury, and was buried there. He married (3) Mrs. Lydia (Beck-
with) Richardson, who died in Rochester, and was buried there. He had a light
complexion, blue eyes, was five feet, nine and one-half inches in height, and of a
cheerful and hopeful disposition. In 1795 and 1797 he bought land in Stafford,
where he was then living. In 1807 he bought land in Bellows Falls, Vt., which
he sold in 1811. In 1819 he was living in Rockingham, Vt., when he sold land in
Brookline, Vt., April 26th. He also lived in Westminster, Vt., Waterbury and
Rochester. He was a farmer and a cooper, and a member of the Methodist Church.

Children, by first wife:

1903 i Clarissa ^ Chaffee, born in Stafford, November 9, 1795; died January

19, 1875; married Edward Goodell.
+ 1904 ii Orrin Chaffee, married Abigail Hodgkins.

1905 iii Laura Chaffee, born July 1, 1797; died February 10, 1856; married

Ezra McCollom.

1906 iv Lucinda Chaffee, born in Athens, Vt., July 10, 1801; died.

1907 v Minerva Chaffee, married John McCollom.

Children, by second wife:

1908 vi Julia Ann Chaffee, died September 2, 1871 ; married Amasa Eaton.

1909 vii Elizabeth (Betsey) Chaffee, died October 15, 1867; married William

McCollom.

1910 viii Nancy Brown Chaffee, died March 9, 1883; married Amasa A. Fisk.

1911 ix Almira Chaffee, died December 5, 1845; married William McCollom.

1912 X Jane Chaffee, married Heber Chamberlin.

+ 1913 xi William Carey Chaffee, born September 30, 1821; married (1) Esther
P. Sylvester; (2) Susan M. Lowell.

1914 xii Lydia Chaffee, married Oilman McNeal.

1915 xiii Maryette Chaffee, died February 14, 1886; married Thomas F. Clark.

720 John 6 Chaffee (Amos,^ John,* John, 3 .Joseph, 2 Thomas 1) was born in
Stafford, Conn., September 3, 1778, and died in Rochester, Vt., March 14, 1850.
He married in x\thens, Vt., March 22, 1801, Sally, daughter of John Evans of
that place. She died November 9, 1852, and was buried in Rochester.

John Chaffee was a farmer, surveyor and teacher. He had a light complexion,
blue eyes, and was six feet in height. In 1801 he was living in Athens, where in
1805 he held the office of Lister and in 1806 and 1807 that of Selectman. At
various times he held nearly all the elective town offices in Rochester. He and
his wife were for years members of the Congregational Church, but later joined
the Universalist Church.



SIXTH GENERATION 209

Children, the first three born in Athens:

1916 i Fanny ^ Chaffee, born March 17, 1802; died in Rochester, March 13,

1850; married William Huntoon.

1917 ii Marcia Chaffee, born January 11, 1804; died; married Washington

Tower, who died before 1891, at which time she was living in
Rochester; she had a light complexion, blue eyes, and was
medium in height ; was a member of the Congregational Church.
+ 1918 iii Leonard Chaffee, born June 28, 1806; married Tryphenia Thurston.

1919 iv Lyman Chaffee, born October 23, 1808; had a light complexion, blue

eyes, and was medium in he'ght; when last heard from, in 1830,
he was teaching school near Springfield, 0.

1920 V Amos Chaffee, born December 2, 1810; died in Rochester, August

10, 1848; married Hannah Hubbard; he had a light complexion,

blue eyes, and was of medium height.
+ 1921 vi John Chaffee, Jr., born May 11, 1813; married Roselle A. Lowell.
+ 1922 vii Anna Chaffee, born September 29, 1817; married Ebenezer K.

Richmond.
1923 viii Esther Chaffee, born April 28, 1820; married William Stone; residence,

1891, Rochester.

721 Leonard Brown « Chaffee (Amos,^ John,* John,3 Joseph,^ Thomas i) was
born in Stafford, Conn., September 2, 1780, and died in Rochester, Vt., Septem-
ber 10, 1866. He married in Athens, Vt., December 4, 1806, Azubah e Chaffee
(678) (Ezra,5 Ebenezer,* John,3 Joseph,^ Thomas i) of that place, born in Athens,
October 8, 1787, died in Rochester, October 1, 1858. Leonard B. Chaffee was
stout, had blue eyes, and was five feet, eleven and one-half inches in height. In
1797 he moved with his parents from Stafford to Athens, driving the team which
carried the household goods. He was a farmer and lived in Athens until 1806,
when he moved to Rochester, where he spent the rest of his life. He was a mem-
ber of the Congregational Church, and held the town offices of Selectman, Lister
and Justice of the Peace.

Children, born in Rochester:

+ 1924 i Azubah 7 Chaffee, born November 8, 1808 ; married Benjamin Hunton.

+ 1925 ii John Willard Chaffee, born April 23, 1810; married Lomasy French.

1926 iii Lucv Chaffee, born October 13, 1812; married Daniel Root.

1927 iv Abigail Chaffee, born March 4, 1815; died April 1, 1832.

1928 V Polly Chaffee, born May 25, 1817 ; died March 4, 1885 ; married Mason

Huntoon.

1929 vi Gardner Leonard Chaffee, born April 18, 1823; married in Rochester,

January 1, 1850, Emeline A., daughter of John Morton of that
place; at that time and in 1891 Mr. Chaffee lived in Rochester,
where he was a builder; he has a light complexion, gray eyes,
and is five feet, ten inches in height ; was a member of the State
Legislature from 1888 to 1890.
+ 1930 vii Walter Stebbins Chaffee, born September 15, 1831; married Olive
Worster.

722 Phineas e Stebbins, Jr. (Annas Chaffe, John," John,3 Joseph, sThomasi),
was born July 13, 1768, and died November 6, 1822. He married Phebe Dunham,
who died.

Children :

+ 1931 i Oliver ^ Stebbins, married Rachel Dunham.

1932 ii Orin Stebbins, died; married Burleigh.

+ 1933 iii Menzies Rayner Stebbins, married Julia Lyman.



210 ■ THE CHAFFEE GENEALOGY

1934 iv Caroline, born in 1800; died in October, 1823.

1935 V Isaac Stebbins, died in October, 1823.

1936 vi Persis Stebbins, married (1) Reuben Cadwell; (2) Ransom Sperry.

724 Walter « Stebbins (Anna » Chaffe, John,* John, 3 Joseph,2 Thomas i) was
born December 30, 1770, and died April 19, 1855. He married (1), October 6,
1801, Azubah, daughter of John Carpenter. She died and he married (2), May 1,
1837, Esther W. King.

Children, by first wife:

1937 i Clark Brown ^ Stebbins, born October 8, 1802; died; married Margaret

Tobey.

1938 ii Ohve Carpenter Stebbins, born March 30, 1804; married Rodolphus

Chaffee. (See 1616).
+ 1939 iii William Carpenter Stebbins, born August 13, 1807; married Eliza
Perrin.

1940 iv Anna Maria Stebbins, born November 13, 1808; married Alvin

Day.

1941 V Almira Waitstill Stebbins, born May 25, 1812; married Horace

Pease.

1942 vi Jackson Walter Stebbins, born August 9, 1820; died August 29, 1862;

married Fanny M. Burt; killed in the second battle of Bull Run,
during the Civil War.

1943 vii Stillman Needham Stebbins, born August 19, 1822; died July 15,

1834; killed by lightning.

728 Lucina ^ Stebbins (Anna ^ Chaffe, John,* John, 3 Joseph, ^ Thomas i) was
born September 12, 1780, and died January 28, 1848. She married her cousin,
Luther, son of Eldad and Ann (Badger) Stebbins. He was born September 29,
1776, and died August 31, 1825.

Children :

+ 1944 i Luther Lester ^ Stebbins, born February 7, 1803; married Sophia
Shaw.
1945 ji Lucina Elvira Stebbins, born August 30, 1807; died; married Thomas
Isham.

+ 1946 iii Rufus Phineas Stebbins, born March 3, 1810; married Eliza C. Liver-
more.

1947 iv Emily Anna Stebbins, born December 17, 1822 ; married John Langdon.

730 Benjamin 6 ChafEee (Francis Green,5 Benjamin,* Joseph, 3 Joseph,^
Thomas 1) was born in Ashford, Conn., June 28, 1771, and died. He married
there, November 29, 1792, Rebecca, daughter of James Whiting. After Benja-
min Chaffee's death she married (2) Burgess, and had a large family. Ben-
jamin Chaffee lived in Ashford, and in 1802 was living in Marcellus, N. Y., where,
on February 24th, he bought for $100, one hundred acres of land.

Children :

1948 i Onan 7 Chaffee, born in Ashford, September 22, 1793; died; bought

land in Marcellus, in 1817; unmarried.
+ 1949 ii Benjamin Chaffee, Jr., born September 27, 1798; married Maria Lewis.
1950 iii Wilson Chaffee, born in Onondaga County, N. Y.; married EHza

; in 1828 bought land in Volney, N. Y., where he then

lived; in 1837 lived in Palermo, N. Y., where he and his wife
sold land ; later, they settled in Michigan, where they were living
in Napoleon, April 12, 1843, when they sold land in Marcellus.



SIXTH GENERATION 211

738 Mabel « ChafEe (Zebediah,5 James,^ Joseph,3 Joseph,2 Thomas i) was born
in Woodstock, Conn., October 31, 1772, and died in Bernandotte, 111., January 11,
1848. She married in Woodstock, April 10, 1792, Benjamin Bliss.

Children :

1951 i Benjamin^ Bliss, Jr., died.

1952 ii Edward Vardus Bliss, died.

1953 iii Mabel Bliss, died.

1954 iv Elam Bliss, born November 13, 1802; died.

1955 V Lorenzo Bliss.

1956 vi George Washington Bliss.

1957 vii Fanny Matilda Bliss.

739 Azotus 6 Chaffee (Zebediah,5 James,^ Joseph, 3 Joseph,2 Thomas i) was
born in Woodstock, Conn., November 6, 1774, and died in Conquest, Cayuga
County, N. Y., April 20, 1836, He married in Hebron, Vt., in 1799, Sarah, daugh-
ter of Daniel Hopkins of that place. She died in February, 1861, and was buried
in Randolph, Pa. Azotus Chaffee was baptized in the First Congregational Church
of Woodstock, December 18, 1774. He was a farmer, and in 1805 bought and
sold land in Rupert, Vt., where he was then living. He moved from there to New
York state in 1806, and settled in Cayuga County, buying land now within the
limits of Auburn, N. Y. From 1807 to 1829 he lived in Brutus, N. Y., in 1830
in Cato, N. Y., and later in Conquest. He served as a Private in the War of
1812.

Children, the first three born in Rupert:

1958 i Thirza ^ Chaffe, born July 26, 1799; died in May, 1822.

1959 ii Horace Chaffe, born July 7, 1801; died in April, 1868.

+ 1960 iii James ChafTe, born August 26, 1803; married Mary Black.

1961 iv Hannah Chaffe, born in June, 1807; died in September, 1834.

1962 V Daniel Chaffe, born in August, 1808; died in April, 1868; married

Ruth Ciault.
+ 1963 vi Mary Ann Chaffe, born January 19, 1811 ; married John Cowell.

1964 vii Olive K. Chaffe, born in December, 1813; died in January, 1860;

married Erastus Marvin.

1965 viii Polly Jane Chaffe, born in December, 1816; died in December, 1880;

married Clark Marvin.

1966 ix Preston Azotus Chaffe (Chafe), born in September, 1820; married

Charlotte Wetherell; residence, 1884, Black Ash, Pa.
+ 1967 X John I. Chaffe, born August 14, 1824; married Alvira J. Petty.

743 Zebediah » Chafee, Jr. (Zebediah,^ James,* Joseph,3 Joseph,2 Thomas
was born in Woodstock, Conn., March 4, 1784, and died in Harpersville, N. Y.,
November 4, 1749. He married in Windsor, N. Y,, October 9, 1804, Patty, daugh-
ter of Captain James Knox of that place, a member of Washington's bodyguard
during the Revolution, and one of the first settlers of Windsor. Patty (Knox)
Chafee died March 19, 1850, and was buried in Harpersville. Zebediah Chafee, Jr.,
was baptized in the First Congregational Church of Woodstock, April 25, 1784.
He had a sandy complexion, and gray eyes. He moved with his parents from his
birthplace to Rupert, Vt., in 1796, and went from there to New York state about
1801, settling in Onaquago, Broome County, In 1839 he lived in Colesville, N. Y.,
where he owned land. He was a Vestryman in the Episcopal Church, of which
he and his wife were members. He was Captain of a company in the Third brigade,
New York State Militia, from 1815 to 1820. He was a carpenter and joiner.



212 THE CHAFFEE GENEALOGY

Children, born in Colesville:

+ 1968 i Julius Bachus Chafee, born March 12, 1805; married Minerva Ruggles.
1969 ii Justus Preston Chafee, born November 3, 1807; died in Bingham-
ton, N. Y., January 3, 1892; residence, 1881, Broome County;
unmarried.

+ 1970 iii Sabra Sabrina Chafee, born December 5, 1809; married Alonzo Mer-
chant.

+ 1971 iv James Alanson Chafee, born May 0, 1812; married (1) Emeline Morris;
(2) Mrs. Eliza J. Knox.

1972 V Betsey Ann Chafee, born March 28, 1815; died in Windsor, January

9, 1891; married there in 1867, by Reverend William Roberts,
to Abram Tompkins, who died in East Windsor, N. Y., June 26,
1883, in his eighty-third year; had no children; residence, 1884,
Windsor.

1973 vi Sally Almira Chafee, born December 20, 1819; married, August 11,

1861, by Reverend William Roberts, to Jonas Goodenough;
residence, 1861, Harpersville, 1884, Windsor.

744 Martha Hewlett « Chafiee (James,^ James,^ Joseph, 3 Joseph, 2 Thomas'^)
was born in Woodstock, Conn., January 10, 1776, and died in Vermont. She
married there, George Cook. They lived and died in Vermont.

Children :

1974 i A son, 7 died in Vermont, where he lived.

1975 ii A daughter, married Horace Gilmore; removed from Vermont to Water-

town, N. Y.

747 Elizabeth e ChafEee (James,^ James,* Joseph, 3 Joseph, 2 Thomas 1) was born
in Woodstock, Vt., October 4, 1783, and died in Rochester, N. Y. She married
in Cayuga County, N. Y., February 5, 1807, Jonathan Tupper, born in Woodstock,
April, 1782, died September 18, 1833. Husband and wife were buried in Church-
ville, N. Y, Mr. Tupper moved from Vermont to Connecticut, then to Massachu-
setts, later to Cayuga County, N. Y., and in 1807 was living in Scipio, N. Y. Later
he went to Riga, ]\Ionroe County, N. Y., where his widow was living in 1849.
He had h light complexion, blue eyes, and was five feet, three inches in height.
He was a farmer, clothier and shoemaker. Elizabeth (Chaffee) Tupper was a
member of the Free Will Baptist Church.

Children, the last five born in Monroe County:

+ 1976 i Albert Alonzo ^ Tupper, born November 23, 1807; married Theana
Seeley.

1977 ii Ann Mari' Tupper, born in 1809; died May 20, 1889; married William

Henry Harrison Fuller; buried in Churchville.

1978 iii Eunice Tupper, died aged about seventy-eight; married John Marklay,

and left a daughter; removed to ]\Iichigan, where she was buried.

1979 iv Ralph Tupper, died in Riga, aged fifteen, of consumption.

1980 V Marsha Ann Tupper, born in Riga; married in Churchville, March 10,

1840, Nelson Sherman, a farmer, born in Palmyra, N. Y., in 1816;
both are members of the Methodist Church ; they have two sons
and two daughters; residence, 1840, Churchville, 1894, Hub-
bardston, Mich.

1981 vi James Marshall Tupper, born in 1817; died in Marshall, Mich., in

1851; married (1) Chloe Gordon; (2) ; was a railroad engi-
neer and went to Michigan ; buried in Churchville.

748 William e ChafEee (James,5 James,* Joseph, 3 Joseph, 2 Thomas i) was born
in Cayuga County, N. Y., September 5, 1784, and died in Riga, N. Y. He married






SIXTH GENERATION 213

Sarah Squires. He served in the War of 1812, in defense of Buffalo, N. Y. He
was buried in Riga.

Children :

1982 i Alanson R.^ Chaffee, residence, 1849, Wheatland, N. Y., 1893, Portage-

ville, N. Y.
+ 1983 ii William Edson Chaffee, born November 20, 1823; married Elydia

A. Wood.

1984 iii A son, died in Michigan.

1985 iv A daughter, died in Michigan; married Harris.

752 Mary Abigail e ChafEee (Nathan,^ James,* Joseph,3 Joseph,2 Thomas i)
was born in Brookfield, Mass., March 12, 1784, and died May 7, 1812. She married
Dexter Ludden.

Children :

1986 i Mary S.^ Ludden.

1987 ii Dexter Ludden, Jr.

753 WiUiam ^ ChaSee (Nathaii,^ James,* Joseph,3 Joseph,2 Thomas i) was
born in Brookfield, Mass., July 31, 1786, and died in Attica, N. Y., November 12,
1846. He married in Brookfield, April 27, 1807, Rachel, daughter of Elisha Rice of
that place. She was born in Brookfield, June 24, 1781, died November 8, 1854, and
was buried in Attica. William Chaffee was a farmer, and lived in Brookfield and
Attica, in which latter place he bought land September 9, 1825, and in March, 1838.

Children, the last five born in Attica:

1988 i Lucy Adaline 7 Chaffee, born May 14 (13), 1808; married James

Chaffee. (See 806.)

1989 ii Mary Abigail Chaffee, born in Brookfield, February 15, 1810; died

in Bennington, N. Y.; married in Attica, S. D. Ludden.

1990 iii Catharine Chaffee, born in Weston, Mass., August 19, 1811; died

in Colden, N. Y.; married in Attica, Thomas Warren.

1991 iv Franklin Chaffee, born in Brookfield, July 20, 1813; died there about

1816, aged three years.

1992 V Nathan Chaffee, born in Sturbridge, ]\Iass., August 18, 1815; died in

Oconomowoc, Wis. ; married m Attica, Amelia Woodruff.

1993 vi William Chaffee, Jr., born November 16, 1817; died in Oconomowoc;

married in Attica, Jeanette Beman.
+ 1994 vii Edward Franklin Chaffee, born April 14, 1820; married Harriet
E. Jones.

1995 viii Laura Chaffee, born IMarch 21, 1822; died about 1840, aged eighteen

years.

1996 ix Rachel Chaffee, born October 20, 1824; married in Colden, Robert

Warren, who died before 1893, when she was living in Foimtain,
Colo.

1997 X Caroline Chaffee, born May 29, 1827; married in Attica, William

Jones; residence, 1893, Gowanda, N. Y.

754 Calvin « Chaffee (Nathan, s James,* Joseph, 3 Joseph, 2 Thomas 1) was born
in Brookfield, Mass., July 30, 1788, and died. He married in Sturbridge, Mass.,
January 27, 1813, Charity Aynesworth of Brookfield, Mass. A child of theirs,
perhaps Emily, died September 5, 1813. They hved in Brookfield.

Children :

1998 i Emily ^ Chaffee.

1999 ii Priscilla Chaffee.

+ 2000 iii Cheeney A. Chaffee, born in 1819; married Mary S. Johnson.



214 THE CHAFFEE GENEALOGY

755 Cyril « Chafee (Chester,^ James/ Joseph, ^ Joseph, 2 Thomas i) was born in
Thompson, Conn., February 11, 1779, and died in Woodstock, Conn., December 16,
1872. He married in South KiUingly, Conn., April 28, 1805, Hannah Grover of
that place, who died January 31, 1858, aged seventy-eight. Both are buried in
North Woodstock, Conn. Cyril Chafee was a farmer, and probably moved from
Thompson to Woodstock when quite young. He and his wife were members of
the North Woodstock Congregational Church. He was of a very religious nature.
Had a dark complexion, and was short.

Children, the last five born in Woodstock:

+ 2001 i Caroline Augusta ^ Chafee, born June 12, 1806; married Loren Elliott.

2002 ii Hannah Maria Chafee, born in Thompson, August 12, 1807; died in

W^orcester, Mass., August 15, 1885; buried in North Woodstock;
unmarried.

2003 iii Hiram Walker Chafee, born July 19, 1810; died in Newton, Mass.,

June 17, 1892; married Alpha Ann Bowen; lived in Worcester,
New Haven, Conn., and Newton.

+ 2004 iv William Grover Chafee, born January 20, 1812; married (1) A. Tirzah
Sprague; (2) Susan S. Childs.

+ 2005 V Cyril Schuyler Chafee, born November 30, 1814; married Tippora
(or Trephosa) A. Webb.

+ 2006 vi Samuel Chafee, born January 30, 1817; married Julia M. Cheney.
2007 vii Betsey Maria Chafee, born February 25, 1823; died in North Wood-
stock, February 29, 1863, and was buried there; unmarried.

756 Hannah ^ Chafee (Chester,5 James,* Joseph, 3 Joseph, 2 Thomas 1) was bom
in New Boston, Conn., June 21, 1781, and died in Thompson, Conn., November 3,
1868. She married Hezekiah Frissell and lived in Thompson.

Children :

2008 i Albert ^ Frissell.

2009 ii George Frissell.

2010 iii Elvira Frissell.

757 Abigail ^ Chafee (Chester,5 James,* Joseph, 3 Joseph, 2 Thomas i) was born
July 11, 1783, and died in Thompson, Conn., February 26, 1854. She married
Amasa Scott.

Children :

2011 i Rebecca ^ Scott, married Lovering, and had four children.

2012 ii Amanda Scott, married May, and had three children.

2013 iii Fidelia Scott, married Asa Upham, and had two daughters.

2014 iv Emily Scott, married (1) Orrin Perrin; (2) Green.

2015 V Amasa Scott, Jr., married Talbot.

2016 vi Abby Scott, married Edwin Bartholomew, and had a son.

758 John " Chaffee (Chester,^ James,* Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Thomas was born
in Thompson, Conn., November 30, 1785, and died there March 1, 1864. He was
married in Thompson, March 17, 1813, by Reverend Daniel Dow, to Lydia, daugh-



Online LibraryWilliam H. (William Henry) ChaffeeThe Chaffee genealogy, embracing the Chafe, Chafy, Chafie, Chafey, Chafee, Chaphe, Chaffie, Chaffey, Chaffe, Chaffee descendants of Thomas Chaffe, of Hingham, Hull, Rehoboth and Swansea, Massachusets; also certain lineages from families in the United States, Canada and England, not descended from Th → online text (page 29 of 91)