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sixty-five, when he fell from an apple tree and broke his leg. He had a dark com-
plexion, dark eyes, and was five feet, eight inches in height. He was an active,
industrious and successful farmer, strictly temperate and truthful, an intelligent,
courteous Christian gentleman, whose life and conversation always commanded
the respect of those who knew him.

Children, the first three born in Boston, the last four in Vassalboro :
+ 3020 i Maria Whipple » Chaffee, born July 25, 1828; married Doctor Ira A.

Salmon.

+ 3021 ii Frances Jenks Chaffee, bom April 21, 1830; married Lathrop C. Keith.

+ 3022 iii James Henry Chaffee, born June 30, 1832; married Elizabeth Furber.

3023 iv William Howard Chaffee, born May 24, 1834; married in Carlinville,

111., July 29, 1880, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Garnet of

Walton Hall, England; she united with the Episcopal Church

in early life and has been an active worker in it; she is beloved

by all who know her; Mr. Chaffee received a common school

education, and left home at eighteen to study dentistry in the



SEVENTH GENERATION 287

office of his brother-in-law, Doctor Ira A. Salmon, in Portland,
Me.; from there he went to St. Louis, Mo., where he practiced
his profession until the outbreak of the Civil War, when he
moved to Alton, 111., where he successfully practiced for five
years, at the end of that time going to West Virginia as the
superintendent of a company prospecting for oil; returning in
the fall of 1867, he settled in Carlmville, and resumed his pro-
fession, which he still practiced in 1887; he has been largely
identified with his city in all of its public, private and business
enterprises; in 1869 he helped to organize the Carlinville Public
Library, and in 1870 the Macoupin County Horticultural Society,
serving for two years as its President; in 1871 he, with others,
organized the Young Men's Christian Association; he is a pro-
minent member of the Masonic order in Carlinville, and served
eight consecutive years as Worshipful blaster of his Lodge, later
being one of the Comicil of Masters; he also belongs to the St.
Omer Commandery; is a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
of which in 1887 he was Parish Warden; he is a Republican and
has repeatedly refused his party's nomination for Maj'or; for
honesty and integrity of character, no man in the commimity
stands higher than he; kind and generous to a fault, he is always
willing to assist in any charitable enterprise ; he has a dark com-
plexion, gray eyes and black hair; he has no children.
+ 3024 V Oscar Samuel Chaffee, born August 17, 1838; married Ellen T. Knight.

3025 vi Ada Ashley Chaffee, born September 19, 1842; married, September

2, 1875, Alonzo Levi Webber of Waterville, Me., where she lived
in 1887; has a dark complexion, gray eyes and black hair.

3026 vii George Albert Chaffee, born September 23, 1847; died in Vassalboro,

August 27, 1849.

1243 Olive Jenks ^ Chaffee (William, a William,^ Dan,^ Jonathan,3 Nathan-
iel, 2 Thomas 1) was born in Seekonk, Mass.. April 14, 1820, and married Thomas
Sadler Glasby, born in Attleboro, Mass.

Children :

3027 i Anna Leslie ^ Glasby, died young.

3028 ii Sarah ]Maria Glasby, a member of the First Baptist Church of Pawtucket,

R. I., where in 1889 she was a school teacher.

1249 Caleb ' Chafiee ( Jonathan, ^ Jonathan,^ Dan,* Jonathan,^ Nathan-
iel, 2 Thomas 1) was born in Rehoboth, Mass., April 3, 1794, and died in Seekonk,
Mass., August 1, 1880. He was married in Swansea, Mass., September 18, 1816,
by Elder Abner Lewis, to Lephe P., daughter of Abraham Ormsbee of Seekonk,
a Colonel in the Revolution. She died January 1, 1840, and was buried in East
Providence, R. I. She was a member of the Baptist Church. He was married (2)
in Seekonk, April 28, 1841, by Reverend John C. Welch, to Parmelia Andrews
Allen of that place, who died January 19, 1888. Caleb Chaffee was a farrher and
lived in Seekonk, where all his children were born. He was a Representative to
the Massachusetts State Legislature from Seekonk from 1837 to 1840. He had
a light complexion, gray eyes, and was six feet m height.

Children, by first wife, born in Seekonk:

+ 3029 i Betsey Ormsbee s Chaffee, born June 23, 1817; married WiUiam H.
Armington.
3030 ii Mary C. Chaffee, born Januarv 14, 1819; married in Seekonk, March
7, 1840, by Reverend John Allen, to Samuel Bowen Allen of that
place.



288 THE CHAFFEE GENEALOGY

+ 3031 iii Jonathan Chaffee, born April 8, 1821; married (1) Abbie P, Luther;

(2) Charlotte A. Carpenter; (3) Mrs. Eunice (Hall) Reed.
+ 3032 iv Oliver Chaffee, born December 18, 1822; married Abby M. Gray.

3033 V Cordelia Chaffee, born February 3, 1825; married in Seekonk, De-

cember 6, 1843, by Reverend John C. Welch, to William Wheeler of
Rehoboth.

3034 vi Henrietta Alger Chaffee, born May 24, 1827; died September 5, 1860;

married in Seekonk, March 30, 1846, by Reverend John C. Welch,
to Daniel Davis Barney of that place, where he was born.

3035 vii Elizabeth Frances Chaffee, born May 4, 1830; died May 5, 1832.

3036 viii Eliphalet Ide Chaffee, born November 10, 1832; died April 26, 1833.

3037 ix Lephe Perry Chaffee, born May 10, 1836; married in Seekonk, May

10, 1854, by Reverend Alexander Lorimer, to Joseph Robinson of
that place, born in Warwick, England, about 1828.

Child, by second wife :

3038 X Sarah Allen Chaffee, born in Seekonk, August 8, 1844; married David

H. Miller.

1250 Lydia ^ Chafiee (Jonathan, « Jonathan, s Dan,* Jonathan,^ Nathan-
iel,2 Thomas i) was born in Rehoboth, Mass., February 18, 1796, and died before
^larch, 1898. She was married in Seekonk, Mass., June 1, 1817, by Reverend John
Pitman to William P. Ormsbee, a farmer of Seekonk, born in Rehoboth in June,
1794, died in Seekonk, January 13, 1842. He served as a Private in the War of
1812. He had a dark complexion, black eyes, and was short. Lydia (Chaffee)
Ormsbee had a light complexion, blue eyes, and was of medium height. She was
a member of the Baptist Church. She was living in 1894, aged ninety-eight years,
but died before March, 1898.

Children born in Seekonk:

3039 i Julia Ann s Ormsbee, born February 20, 1819.

3040 ii Williard C. Ormsbee, born December 6, 1821.

3041 iii Lewis Lafayette Ormsbee, born September 9, 1824.

3042 iv Martha Clark Ormsbee, born April 10, 1827.

3043 V Sarah French Ormsbee, born May 20, 1829.

3044 \'i Seneca Stanley Ormsbee, born August 23, 1831 ; lost at sea, in 1854.

1253 Asaph Carpenter ^ Chaffee ( Jonathan, ^ Jonathan, s Dan,* Jonathan, 3
Nathaniel,^ Thomas i) was born in Rehoboth, Mass., August 22, 1804, and died
in Seekonk, Mass., May 7, 1851. He married (1) in Sterling, Conn., June 8, 1834,
Jane Perry Hunt of that place, who died January 30, 1846, aged thirty-eight years.
He was married (2) in Seekonk, October 1, 1848, by Elder Childs Luther, to Eme-
line R. Pierce of Rehoboth, born about 1811, died in Warren, R. I. She was a
member of the Baptist Church. He had a light complexion and eyes, and was of
medium height.

Children, by first wife, born in Seekonk:

3045 i Peleg Howland » Chaffee, born March 28, 1835; died in Killingly, Conn.,

December 18, 1857; unmarried.

3046 ii Thomas Chaffee, died in Seekonk, in infancy.

3047 iii Sarah Jane Chaffee, born December 19, 1838; died in Coventry, R. I.,

July 24, 1886; unmarried; residence, 1884, Sterling.

3048 iv Isabelle Perry Chaffee, born April 1, 1840; died in Sterling, April 26,

1862; unmarried.

3049 v Lephe Carpenter Chaffee, born June 6, 1842; died in Seek ik, October

23, 1859; immarried.




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SEVENTH GENERATION 289

3050 vi Welcome Francis Chaffee, born October 9, 1844; died September 17,

1862, in the Battle of Antietam; a member of Company G, 11th
Connecticut Volunteers; unmarried.

1256 Sophronia " Chaffee (Oliver,^ Jonathan, ^ Dan,* Jonathan, 3 Nathan-
iel,2 Thomas i) was born in Lyndon, Vt., May 4, 1813, and died in St. Johnsbury,
Vt., October 23, 1872. She married, September 18, 1838, Alanson Shorey of that
place, born there, July 20, 1813, died there, April 19, 1872. Both were buried in
St. Johnsbury. He was a shoemaker and later a house builder.

Children, the first born in Barnet, Vt., the others in St. Johnsbury:

3051 i Sophronia 8 Shorey, born August 28, 1839; married Silas Bartlett; resi-

dence, 1887, Binghamton, N, Y.

3052 ii George Shorey, born November 21, 1840; married in St. Johnsbury,

Mary Hill; residence, 1887, Lyndonville, Vt.; a locomotive engineer.

3053 iii Henry Shorey, born December -9, 1841; married in Manchester, N. H.,

January 20, 1872, Edith White of Irasburgh, Vt.; residence, 1887,
Taunton, Mass.; a machinist.

3054 iv Mary Chaffee Shorey, born August 6, 1852; died in St. Johnsbury, Feb-

ruary 21, 1871, and was buried there.

1257 Loren ' Chaffee (Oliver,^ Jonathan, ^ Dan,* Jonathan, 3 Nathaniel, ^
Thomas i) was born in Ljmdon, Vt., January 12, 1815, and died there, January
7, 1885. He married in Lj-ndon, February 24, 1841, Lydia Ann Richardson, who
died July 24, 1883, and was buried in Lyndon Centre. She was a member of the
Lyndon Corner Methodist Church, of which her husband was not only a member
but a Steward and one of the official board as well. He was a farmer and had
a light complexion, and blue eyes.

Children :

3055 i Charles H.s Chaffee, born December 23, 1842; died August 12, 1852.
+ 3056 ii Willie Loren Chaffee, born September 7, 1859; married Minnie A.
Bruhi.

1259 Elsie Bowen ^ Chaffee (Abel,^ Jonathan, s Dan,* Jonathan,3 Na-

thaniel,2 Thomas i) was born in Seekonk, Mass., May 27, 1808, and married

Horton. She was livmg in the home of her son-in-law, Mr. Miller, in 1890.

Child:
3057 i A daughter,^ married Brad MiUer.

1261 Jonathan Bowen ? Chaffee (Abel,^ Jonathan, s Dan,* Jonathan, 3 Na-
thaniel,2 Thomas i) was born in Seekonk, Mass., March 8, 1812, and died
there, April 13, 1885. He married in Seekonk, December 11, 1839, Margaret C,
daughter of Joseph Stevens of Newport, R. I., and granddaughter of Governor '"^
Martin of Massachusetts. She was a member of the Richmond Street Congrega-
tional Church, Providence, R. I. Jonathan B. Chaffee was a farmer, and in 1883
lived in Rehoboth, Mass.

Children, the first seven born in Seekonk:

3058 i Jonathan « Chaffee, bom February 3, 1840; served in the Civil War.

3059 ii Willard Chaffee, born June 13, 1842; died June 4, 1864, while serving

in the Civil War ; shot and only lived three hours.

3060 iii Ann Eliza Chaffee, born May 10, 1844; died December 28, 1882; un-

married.



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290 THE CHAFFEE GENEALOGY

3061 iv Harriet Chaffee, born May 5, 1846; unmarried in 1889.
+ 3062 V Henry Chaffee, born November 5, 1848; married Emily S. Sabin.
3063 vi George Chaffee, born March 6, 1850; died April 10, 1858.

+ 3064 vii Maria Helen Chaffee, born April 23, 1852; married Manning W.
Keach.

3065 viii Abel Chaffee, born December 8, 1853 (1854) ; died January 15, 1873.

3066 ix Abby Chaffee, born November 29 (8), 1857; died May 4, 1866.

3067 X Asa Chaffee, born December 12, 1859; died December 12, 1859.

1262 Asa 7 Chaffee (Abel,^ Jonathan, & Dan,* Jonathan,3 Nathaniel,2 Thomas i)
was born in Seekonk, Mass., August 28, 1816, and died there, February 28, 1895.
He was married (1) in Seekonk, January 29, 1844, by Reverend John C. Welch,
to Betsey Ann, daughter of Vial Medbury of that place. She died in Seekonk,
May 22, 1844, aged twenty-three years and six months. He married (2), April
26, 1846, Mary Ann Congdon. He was married (3) in Seekonk, November 10,
1886, by Reverend Lemuel Osier, to Nancy W. Martin, born about 1836. Asa
Chaffee was named for his mother's father. He united with the First Baptist
Church of East Providence, R. I., June 28, 1840, and in 1886 was living in Seekonk,
where he was a mason.

Child, by second wife:

3068 i Mary Ann » Chaffee, born May 8, 1S47; married in Seekonk, October 8,

1880, by Reverend Edwin D. Hall, to Richard H. Mattingly of that
place, born in Washington, D. C.

1277 Cyrus Herbert ^ ChafEee (Cyrus,^ Samuel Butterworth,^ Ephraim,*
Jonathan,2 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas 1) was born in Seekonk, Mass., August 26, 1855,
and was married in Rehoboth, Mass., June 30, 1881, by Reverend George H.
Tilton, to Ellen N., daughter of Edward and Mary J. Cornell. She was born in
Warren, R. I., about 1860 and lived in Rehoboth, Mass., at the time of her mar-
riage. They lived in Seekonk in 1883.

Child:

3069 i Ada Bourne s Chaffee, born in Seekonk, December 21, 1882.

3070 ii Lizzie N. Chaffee, born April 30, 1888.

3071 iii Arthur C. Chaffee, born November 3, 1890.

3072 iv Hiram E. Chaffee, born May 23, 1893.

3073 V Annie M. Chaffee, born September 29, 1897.

3074 vi Herbert A. Chaffee, born August 22, 1900.

1278 Frederick E.7 ChafEee (Cyrus,^ Samuel Butterworth,^ Ephraim,<
Jonathan,^ Nathaniel, 2 Thomas 1) was born in Seekonk, Mass., January 19, 1857,
and was married in Rehoboth, Mass., September 8, 1884, by Reverend George H.
Tilton, to Emma L., daughter of William R. Shorey. She was born in Cambridge-
port, Mass., about 1863. In 1884 Mr. Chaffee lived in Seekonk, Mass.

Child:

3075 i Linton F.s Chaffee, born in Seekonk, April 2, 1893.

1282 Almont L.^ Chaffee (William, ^ Samuel Butterworth,5 Ephraim,*
Jonathan, 3 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas 1) was born in Seekonk, Mass., about 1845 or 1846,
and was married (1) there, February 23, 1868, by Reverend L. C. Russell, to Sarah
A., daughter of Clark and Sarah Sweet of Rehoboth, Mass. She was born in Cum-
berland, Mass., about 1850 or 1851. He was married (2) in Seekonk, January 11,



SEVENTH GENERATION 291

1873, by Reverend H. W. Rugg, to Mrs. Lydia A. (Barton) Short of Pawtucket,
R. I., born in Franklin, Mass., about 1848, daughter of Francis Barton. Almont
L. Chaffee was eighteen years old and living in Seekonk, when he enlisted as a
Private in the 18th Unattached Company, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.
He was mustered in August 6, 1864, for one hundred days, and was discharged
November 14, 1864. In 1893 he lived in Luther's Corners, Seekonk.

Child, by first wife :

3076 i Lindley Almont s Chaffee, born in Seekonk, September 8, 1869.
Children, by second wife, born in Seekonk:

3077 ii Sarah Mabel Chaffee, born August 4, 1873; married in Seekonk, October

267 1889, by Reverend Isaac Cheesboro, to Albert H. Thresher of
East Providence, R. I., born about 1873.

3078 iii Lena B. Chaffee, born August 27, 1875.

3079 iv William Chaffee, born August 21, 1877.

3080 V Frederick Lester Chaffee, born October 6, 1879.

3081 vi Louis Ames Chaffee, born June 2, 1882.

3082 vii Harvey May Chaffee, born September 10, 1883.

1284 William R.^ Chaffee (William,6 Samuel Butterworth,^ Ephraim,*
Jonathan, 3 Nathaniel, 2 Thomas 1) was born in Seekonk, Mass., July 2, 1850, and
married Angeline Ormsbee. In 1893 he lived in Luther's Corners, Seekonk.

Child:

3083 i Leland Francis » Chaffee, born in Seekonk, January 25, 1878.

1288 Orvilla ^ Chaffee (Noah,8 Ephraim,^ Ephraim,* Jonathan,^ Nathaniel,2
Thomas 1) was born in Rehoboth, Mass., July 23, 1802, and died in Warren, Pa.,
about 1886. He married (1) in Seekonk, Mass., October 5, 1828, Amy v^n Lyon,
born about 1813, died about 1878. Both were members of the Presbyterian Church
in Potterville, Pa., and in Orwell, where they were buried. Orvilla Chaffee mar-
ried (2) Mrs. Lavinias (or Lovinia) (Chaffee) Tyrrell (2796) (Daniel,^ Daniel,e
Nathaniel,^ Nathaniel,* Jonathan,3 Nathaniel,2 Thomas 1), widow of Albert Tyr-
rell. She was born September 29, 1823, and died in 1881, her will being probated
August 31st of that year.

Orvilla Chaffee owned land and lived in Warren, Pa., as early as 1830. Later
he lived in Potterville and Orwell. In 1884 he was again living in Warren, where
he died. Four of his sons fought in the Civil War, He was a farmer.

Children, by first wife :

3084 i Almeda » Chaffee, married Antizdall.

+ 3085 ii Benjamin Leighton Chaffee, married Helen Van Winkle.

3086 iii Noah Chaffee, married Celestia, daughter of William Henry Spencer,

and had two children; was a Private in Company D, 162d Penn-
sylvania Regiment; discharged on a surgeon's certificate, Jan-
uary 30, 1863; residence, 1893, Athens, Pa.; he is a shoe mer-
chant.

3087 iv Henrietta Chaffee, married William Douglas Chaffee. (See 3655.)

3088 y Elizabeth T. Chaffee, married Preserved B. Chaffee. (See 2801.)

3089 vi Otis Chaffee, married Ellsworth.

3090 vii Alpheus Chaffee, died in the Civil War; was in the Battle of the

Wilderness; unmarried.

3091 viii Amy Ann Chaffee, married John D. Kenny, a merchant.

3092 ix Draper Chaffee, residence, 1893, Warren Centre, Pa.



292 THE CHAFFEE GE>!EALOGY

1290 Samuel Butterworth ^ Chaffee (Noah,^ Ephraim,^ Ephraim,* Jona-
than,3 Nathauicl,2 Thomas i) was burn in ilehoboth, Mass., November 29, 1S08,
and died m South Warren, Pa., October 4, 1888. He married (1), October 22, 1831,
Maria, daughter of Benjamin Buffington. She died November 4, 1845, and was
buried in South Warren. Both were members of the Methodist Church. He mar-
ried (2), July 9, 1846, Betsy L., daughter of William Pendleton of South Warren,
where Mr. Chaffee lived and was a Constable and Assessor. In politics he was a
Republican. He was a farmer and owned about one hundred and fifty acres of
land in South Warren. He had a light complexion, and was five feet, ten inches
in height.

Children, by first wife:
+ 3093 i Mary E.s Chaffee, born June 26, 1832; married J. Allen Bowen.
+ 3094 ii Martha R. Chaffee, born October 3, 1834; married WiUis G. Bost-
wick.
3095 iii Rufus D. Chaffee, born March 26, 1837; died September 6, 1838.
+ 3096 iv Cornelia E. Chaffee, born September 6, 1839; married Theodore Co-
burn.

3097 V Rufus Albert Chaffee, born December 11, 1841; died in Anderson-

ville (Ga.) Prison, September 24, 1864, while serving in the Civil
War; unmarried.

3098 vi Ascenath Ann Chaffee, born January 21, 1844; married in Orwell, Pa.,

November 14, 1867, Elmer Martin Angle, a farmer, born in Green
Bay, Wis., April 2, 1846; he has a light complexion, blue eyes,
and is five feet, seven inches in height; he joined the Methodist
Church at the age of seventeen; residence, 1891, Warren, Pa.

3099 vii Samuel O. Chaffee, born August 31, 1848; died April 14, 1849.

+ 3100 viii Cordis Monroe Chaffee, born August 10, 1850; married Lucinda J.
Arnold.

1293 Catherine C.^ Chaffee (Noah,6 Ephraim,^ Ephraim,* Jonathan,3 Nathan-
iel,2 Thomas i) was born April 5, 1816, and married in Orwell, Pa., Albert A.
Prince, born in Rome, Pa. (?). He is a carpenter and joiner. In 1892 they lived
in Athens, Pa.

Children :

3101 i Henry « Prince, married Powell of Potterville, Pa., and has five

children; residence, 1891, Towanda, Pa.

3102 ii Frank Prince, married and had three children; residence, 1891, Athens.

3103 iii Ira Prince, married and had three or four children; residence, 1891,

Athens.

3104 iv Althea Prince, died.

3105 V A child, died young.

1294 Albert ^ Chaffee (Noah,e Ephraim,^ Ephraim,^ Jonathan,3 Nathan-
iel, 2 Thomas 1) was born in Seekonk, Mass., June 13, 1818, and died in Orwell, Pa.,
March 19, 1871. He married in Warren, Pa., November 1, 1841, Julia Ann, daugh-
ter of Abraham Ward of Oneonta, N. Y. Both of her grandfathers were in the
Revolution. In 1891 she lived in Orwell with her son Leon. She was a Metho-
dist as was her husband, he having joined the church at the age of forty-six. They
lived in Orwell, where he owned land. He was candid, sensible and just, had a
dark complexion, black hair and eyes, and was six feet, one inch in height. In
politics he was a Republican and by trade a stonemason and farmer.

Children :
+ 3106 i Emma Jane » Chaffee, born July 19, 1842; married Albert A. Allen,



SEVENTH GENERATION 293

3107 ii Edwin Eugene Chaffee, born February 25, 1844; died in Laceyville,

Pa., October 3, 1884; married Sarah .\nn Carhn; he served
during the Civil War in the 5th New York Cavalry, and was
wounded in the hip in the Battle of the Wilderness.

3108 iii Hanson Gould Chaffee, born April 2, 1846; died in Binghamton, N.

Y., July 9, 1884; married (1) Sally Murphy; (2) Jennie Mills;
served during the Civil War in the 5th New York Cavalry, and
was wounded in the head in the Battle of the Wilderness.

3109 iv Mary Gertrude Chaffee, born April 20, 1848; married (1)

Tingley; (2) Hiram Fuller; residence, 1895, Laceyville.
+ 3110 V Herbert Wellin Chaffee, born December 20, 1848; married Ida D.
Spencer.

3111 vi Bertha Lucelia Chaffee, born November 9, 1851; married Frank E.

Johnson; residence, 1895, Potterv'ille, Pa.

3112 \ni Lovern Scott Chaffee, born August 29, 1853 ; died December 11, 1862.

3113 viii Addie Letha Chaffee, born December 3, 1855; married Wilhs Miller;

residence, 1895, Binghamton.

3114 ix Fred Lewis Chaffee, born April 2, 1857; married Carrie Peterson,

and had three or four children; residence, 1895, Denver, Colo.

3115 X Eva L. Chaffee, born September 17, 1860; married Burton Robinson;

residence, 1895, Potterville.

3116 xi Leon Odell Chaffee, born in Orwell, January 3, 1863; married in

Waverly, N. Y., December 25, 1889, Jessie, daughter of Alex-
ander Henderson of Long Valley, Pa. ; he has a light complexion,
hazel eyes, and is five feet, ten inches in height ; is a cigar manu-
facturer, and a Republican in politics; residence, 1891, Orwell.

1295 Almira ^ Chaffee (Noah,^ Ephraim,^ Ephraim,* Jonathan, 3 Nathan-
iel, ^ Thomas i) was born October 16, 1823, and died August 5, 1890. She married
October 29, 1842, H. John Chubbuck, a farmer, born in OrweU, Pa. Politically
he is a Republican. In 1891 he was living in South Warren, Pa. Almira (Chaffee)
Chubbuck had a light complexion, gray eyes, and was five feet, ten inches in
height.

Children :

3117 i Orestus E.s Chubbuck, born April 10, 1843; married Almira Livermore.

3118 ii Nelson A. Chubbuck, bom March 2, 1845; married Theresa Arnold.

3119 iii Lydia Maria Chubbuck, born July 24, 1848; married Hiram P. Knapp.

3120 iv Samuel E. Chubbuck, born April 12, 1851 ; married Emma Diamond.

1296 Elsa ^ Chaffee (Noah,6 Ephraim,^ Ephraim,* Jonathan,^ Nathaniel,2
Thomas i) was born February 12, 1826, and married Job Depew, a farmer. They
lived in Orwell, Warren and Athens, and in 1891 were living in Chemung, N. Y.

Children :

3121 i Irvin » Depew, born about 1858.

3122 ii Betsey Depew, born about 1861; married French, and had

several children.

3123 iii Willard Depew, born about 1863.

3124 iv Ascenath Depew, residence, 1891, Athens.

3125 V Alice Depew.

3126 vi A daughter.

3127 vii A son.

1297 Amy ^ Chaff e (Abner,e David, 5 David,* David, 3 Nathaniel,^ Thomas i)
was born in Ashford, Conn., August 7, 1791, and died in October, 1849. She mar-



294 THE CHAFFEE GENEALOGY

ried in October, 1814, Abner Whiton, a farmer, who died. They hved in WilUng-
ton. Conn.

Children :

3128 i George « Whiton, married Lucy M. Walker.

3129 ii A daughter, died.

Six other children, three sons and three daughters, names unknown.

1298 Hannah ^ Chaffee (Abner,6 David,^ David,* David,3 Nathaniel,2
Thomas ^) was born in Ashford, Conn., November 30, 1792, and died in November,
1847. She married in Ashford, November 25, 1813, Deacon Joseph Snell, a farmer
of Union, Conn., born there, February 24, 1791. He was killed in a factory in
Willimantic, Conn. She lived in Ashford at the time of her marriage and later
removed to Windham, Conn. She was buried in Willimantic.

Children :

3130 i Erastus G.s Snell, born December 11, 1814.

3131 ii Hannah Sophronia Snell, born April 19, 1819; married Zelotes Emery

Chaffee. (See 1897.)

3132 iii Lois Snell, born July 12, 1821.

3133 iv Joseph William Snell, born March 12, 1823.

3134 v A daughter, born June 11, 1826; died June 11, 1826.

3135 vi Eliza Minerva Snell, born September 19, 1827.

3136 vii A son, born January 6, 1830; died January 6, 1830.

1299 Anna 7 Chaffe (Abner,^ David,^ David,* David,3 Nathaniel,2 Thomas i)
was born in Ashford, Conn., October 18, 1794, and died in May, 1846. She mar-
ried Reuben Robinson, who died. She was buried in Chaplin, Conn.

Children :

3137 i William » Robinson, born November 27, 1822.

3138 ii David Robinson, born June 27, 1825.

3139 iii Alfred Robinson, born June 23, 1826.

3140 iv Anna R. Robinson, born March 1, 1828.

3141 v Henry M. Robinson, born October 24, 1834.

1300 Ebenezer ^ Chaffee (Abner,^ David,^ David,* David,^ Nathaniel,2 Thomas i)
was born in Ashford, Conn., November 29, 1796, and died in Mansfield, Conn.,
September 26, 1875. He married in Ashford, March 22, 1822, Hannah, daughter
of Simeon Smith of that place. She was born April 14, 1789, and died August



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