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The children of Dr. Wintiirop L. and Lucy (Hammond)
Chandler were :

3349. i. GrKNDKNixG Hammond, b. in Milford, Union Co.. Ohio,
21 March, 1821 ; m. 26 Feb. 1854, Margaret Long.

•3350. rr. Zilpah S.. b. 26 Aug. 1823; no. 27 May. 1844, Edward
Blanch ard, who was b. 17 March, 1811, son of Ama-
ziah Blanchard by his wife Mary Damon, of Amherst,
N. II. Mr. Blanchard was in mercantile business in
Cincinnati. O. ; was ten years in Newton, 0. ; was ten
years in May, and afterwards lived in Cobden, 111. ; and
in 1870 he was engaged on maps for his brother Rufus
in Chicago. In 1873 he went to Canton, McPherson
Co., Kansas, where he died 1882.

Three children :
i. Edwin Chandler Blanchard, b. in town of May, 111., Oct.

1851; in mercantile business in St. Mark, Kansas.
ii. Mary Marcella Blanchard; d. aged 11 years,
iii. Calvin Darwin Blanchard, b. 14 Aug. 1855; went to Kansas;


3351. in. Elliot, b. 24 March. 1825 ; in. 16 Sept. 1856, Mary Ann


3352. iv. Minnie Gallana, b. March, 182s ; m. April, 18.30. Lem-

uel Wellington Hutchinson, farmer. His post-office ad-
dress is Ivy, Lyon Co., Kansas.

Six children :

i. Mary Gallana Hutchinson, b. June, 1357.

ii. Puttie Hutchinson, b. Feb. 1859.
iii. Franz Hutchinson, b. 29 July, 1861.
iv. Zilpah Hutchinson, b. 28 Aug. 1864.

v. Lila Hutchinson, b. 1867.
vi. Meda Hutchinson, b. 1808.

3353. v. Susan Fair. b. in Newton, 0., 6 April, 1835 ; m. 14

Sept. 1850, Almon Augusta Rockwell, who was b. 23
Feb. 1826, son of David Rockwell, of Watertown, N.
Y., bv his wife Mary Graves. Shoemaker iu South
Haven, Mich.

Six children :
i. Edgar Byron Rockwell, b. 23 Sept. 1852.
ii. Minnie Rockwell, b. 9 Feb. 1855; ni.
iii. Harry Hilton Rockwell, b. 10 April,«1857; m.
iv. Almon Augustus Rockwell, b. 14 July. 1859: m.
v. Lilly Mary Rockwell, b. 1 Nov. 18»;2."
vi. Rosa Maud Rockwell, b. 11 Oct. 186'.).

3354. vi. Elhanan Hanover, b. 14 Aug. 1837; in. Martha Brad-



GALLANA 7 CHANDLER (John* E., John, 5 Thomas, 4
John* John,* William 1 ) and Isaac 3 Randall, Mt. Holly, Vt.

He was b. 4 Oct. 1790; d. 22 Oct. 1880, at Mt. Holly; son
of Snow 2 Randall, of Adams, .Mass;., by bi> wife Hannah Irish;
grandson of Stephen 1 House Snow Randall.


Their children were :

i. Sela 4 Z. Randall* b. 2<\ Nov. 1811 ; d. March. 1814.
ii. S a gy 4 Randall, b. 27 Nov. 1813; m. Franklin Loren Frost,
Esq. He is justice of the peace. They reside on her father's

place in Mt. Holly. Two children.

ill. Isaac 4 Almon Randall, b. 15 Sept. 1815; m. Grst, 12 July.
1*40, Mary Kent, who d. 25 April. 1856 ; mi. second, 7 March.
1861, Esther Parker, dau. of Benj. F. Parker, of Mt. Holly.
Two children.

iv. Hannah 4 Emeline Randall, b. 16 Feb. 1818; d. 20 Oct., 1836.

v. Ira 4 Vail Randall, b. 1 March, 1821 ; settled 1856, as a law-
yer in De Kalh. De Kalb Co.. 111.; a popular man; member
of the legislature in 1865; m. in Mount Holly, 23 April
1847, Susan Earl, who was b. (i dan. 1*27, dau. of Lawson
Earl, by his wife Miss Barber. One child. He in. second. 23
Oct. 18G7, Mardula D. Beut, widow of Mr. Boynton, She
was b. 1827.

vi. Diana 4 Randall, b. 14 May. 1*22 ; in. Rev. Hannibal H. Smith.
a Methodist preacher ; no issue.

v. Alva 4 C. Randall, b. 19 Nov. 1824; m. 24 March, 1850. S.
Jane Bixby. of Mt. Holly, chair manufacturer.
viii. Makcella 4 Randall, b. 27 Oct. 1*2* ; m. Ai Estey, Ludlow,

ix. Marcellus 4 S. Randall, b. 27 Oct. 1*2*; d. same day.

x. Edwin 4 Spicer Randall, b. 23 Juue, 1831 ; Georgetown, Col-
orado ; sinking shaft for silver.

xi. Ellen 4 P. Randall, b. 23 June, 1831 ; d. same day.


ROSMER 7 CHANDLER (Bela* M., John, 5 Thomas, 4 John?
John,' 2 William 1 ) and Ephraim Puller, Jr., Andover, Vt.

He was b. at Ashley, Mass., 31 Aug. 178G ; d. 6 Oct. 1848.

Their children were :

i. Rosmer Puffer, b. at Ludlow. 23 Dec. 1813; m. 28 March,
1834, Dr. Putnam Burton. He is a botanic physician at Lud-
low, Vt. Eight children.

ii. Lucinda Puffer, b. at Andover, 3 June, 1320; m. 7 Oct. 1858,
Calvin P. Heywood. of Weston, Vt. He was b. 5 March, 1817 ;
harness maker at Ludlow, Vt. He had by his first wife, Rhoda
Lawrence, Effie M. Heywood.

iii. Chandler Puffer, b. L r > Sept. 1822 ; d. 4 Aug. 1848, at New
Burlington, Ohio ; teacher.

iv. Ryland Puffer, b. at Andover, 25 Sept. 1826 ; m. May, 1*53,
Eugene McDonald, of Greenbush, N. Y. ; resides at Fort At-
kinson. Two children.
v. Eliza Puffer, b. 29 June, 182*; d. 16 Dec. 1828.

vi. Llizabeth Puffer, b. to Nov. 1830; m. 27 Nov. 1851, Isaiah
Lovejoy, of Weston. He was b. 30 July, 1827 ; farmer on her
homestead at Andover, Vt.


vii. Prescott Weslet Puffer, b. 29 Aug. 1832 ; m. 23 Deo. 1856,

Helen R. Noggle, of Janesville, "Wis. ; clerk in railroad oflBce,

at Janesville.
viii. Augusta Puffer, b. 27 Nov. 1834 ; m. 27 Aug. l>-f;2, John M.

Wells, who was b. 18 Feb. 1830 ; shoemaker at Shelburne

Falls, Mass.


SUSAN 7 CHANDLER (Mela* J/.. John,* Thomas, 4 John*
John;" William 1 ) and Richard 3 Hall, Littleton, Mas*.

He was b. 30 Dec. 1799, son of Richard 2 Hall, 1>. 1 May,
1763, by his wife Rebecca Stevens, of Amherst, dau. of Samuel
Stevens, of Wales, Ehg., and grandson of Samuel 1 Hall, who
came from England and settled at Holiiston, Mass. Station
agent at Littleton, on the Fitchburg Railroad.

Their children were :

i. Augustus 4 Chandler Hall, b. 1 Dec. 1830 ; m. May, 1859, Anna

How, of Adrian, Mich. ; resides in City of New York. He is

in the employment of Whittemore Brothers, No. 579 Broadway,

looking-glass manufacturers.

ii. Susan 4 Augusta Hall, b. at Littleton, 3 June, 1832 ; d. 18 Nov.

. 1834.
iii. Lucius 4 Stevens Hall, b. 8 Jan. 1834. He was engiueer on ttie
freight train, and was blown up and killed on it near Elkton
station, on the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad,
'19 March, 1859.
iv. Marion 4 Elizabeth Hall, b. 30 Nov. 183.").
v. Harriet 4 Adelia Hall, 1). 12 Oct. 1837; m. Nov. 1864, George

Cooledge, of Waltham ; engineer.
vi. Lucia 4 Maria Hall, b. 27 Feb. 1812 ; d. June, 186i>.


ELKANAH 7 CHANDLER (Bela 6 M., John, 5 Thomas,*
John, 3 John,' 2 William 1 ) and Mary M. Jones, Chester, Vt.

She was b. 22 March, 1812. dau. of Silas Jones, of Chester,
by his wife Phebe, dau. of Comfort and Mary (Mason) Hill.
She is of medium height and size, has light complexion, blue
eyes and sandy hair, as have her children. He w r as a farmer in
the east part of the town, and d: 22 April, 18G0, aged 52, of
typhoid fever, and was buried in North Springfield, Vt., where
his widow removed after his death.

The children of Elkanah and Mary M. (Jones) Chandler
were :

33.55. i. Warren, b. iu Chester. 1 Aug. 1*31 ; d. 23 March, 183. r > ;
of eauker-rash.

3356. n. Marion, b. 21 Feb. 1833 ; d. 18 March, 1835, of canker-


3357. in. Eoswell Henry, b. 17 Sept. 1S3G; ni. 22 Jan. 1862,

Mary Elizabeth Leland.
335S. iv. Susan Augusta, b. 27 April, 1830; m. 7 Nov. 1861,

Rollin C. Sherwin. He was b. in Weathersfield, Vt.,

son of Fox and Mary Sherwin, of Baltimore, Vt. She

d. 15 Aug. 1878.

Two children :
i. Nelson Charles Sherwin, b. 11 Jan. 1SG5.
ii. Ann Maria Sherwin, b. 11 June, 18G9; d. Sept. 1870.

3350. v. Charles Wolcott, b. 31 Dec. 1841 ; d. 2 Feb. 1845, of

3360. vi. Myron Wesley, b. 23 July, 1844; em. 1874, Avaline

Skinner, of Oswego, N. Y.
33G1. vn. Hilanp Elkanah, b. 14 March, 1847; d. 8 Dec. 1877;
merchant, of the firm of Frederick Field & Co., North
Springfield; m. 2 July, 1873, Paulina L. Toby, b. 1
July, 1850, in Chester. She resides in No. Springfield,
Mary Marcella, b. 11 Oct. 1850 ; d. 3 Nov. 1860 ) T .
Martha Luella, b. 11 Oct. 1850 ; d. 7 Nov. 1866 j imns>
Marcellus Fremont, b. 16 July, 1853 ; d. 26 Aug. 18G6.








HARRIET 7 CHANDLER (Bela* M., John, 5 Thomas*
John, 3 John,- William 1 ) and Dan'l Hesselton, Proctors ville, Vt.

He was b. at Wilton, N. H., 11 Nov. 1807. Carpenter and
joiner by trade ; resided at Proctors ville, until his wdfe's death,
22 April, 1852, in her 39th year, and then removed to Charles
City, Floyd Co., Iowa. He returned to Cavendish.

He m. second.

Their children were :

i. Harriet Esther Hesselton, b. at Proctorsville, 13 Dec. 1833 ;
m. 20 Oct. 1850, Sherman Fletcher, who was b. 1 Nov. 1834,
son of Eleazer and Rebecca (Kimball) Fletcher. He is a
carpenter by trade, and resides at Harvard, Mass. Four

ii. Daniel Harvey Hesselton, b. in Chester, May, 1836 ; m. 1
Jan. 1862, Angelia Louisa Chandler, of Chester, Vt., dau. of
William and Louisa (Ellison) Chandler. [See 2237.]

iii. Bela Chandler Hesselton, h. at North Springfield, Vt., 6 Oct.
1838; clerk. He enlisted in the U. S. service, 1861, in Co.
K, 3d Reg't Iowa Vols., at Charles City, Iowa, as private.
He died in the hospital at Quincy, 111., of pneumonia, 12 Jan.
1862, as the result of measles. Among his last words to
Lieut. William B. Hamill, were : "I shall never regret
enlisting ; no, never !" He was a good friend and a fine

iv. Helen Maria Hesselton. b. at Proctorsville, 11 Oct. 1840; m.
3 April, 1*64, Frederick G. Ellison, farmer at Chester, Vt.
He was out nine months in the U. S. service, and re-enlisted


at Boston in the Heavy Artillery for one year, in Aug. 186-1.
Two children.
v. Makcia Hortense Hesselton, b. G Sept. 1843; m. Nov. 1861,

Orrin P. Russell, farmer at Lyndeboro', IS. II.
vi. Lucius Augustus Hessejlton, b. 15 May, 1846; enlisted in Co.
G, 7th Reg't Vermont Vols., as private, in Aug. 1864, for one
year; m. Martha White: lives in South Acton, Mass.
vii. Lucia Augusta Hesselton, b. 15 May, 184G ; m. Galen P.

viii. Lucy Amelia Hesselton, b. 4 April, 1849 ; m. Mr. Carlisle,

__ 1748

Dr. WOLCOTT 7 C. CHANDLER {Charles* "IF., John, 6
Thomas* John, 3 John, 2 William 1 ) and Fanny Priest, South
Natick, Mass.

She was b. at Rindge, N. II., 12 June, 1809, dan. of John
Priest by his wife Rebecca Gibson.

He was graduated at the medical school at Dart. Coll., 1820 ;
practised his profession in the towns of Grafton and Ludlow,
Vt., Newport, N. H., and South Natick, Mass. He died 19
Aug. 1848, in his 41st year, and was buried at Mt. Auburn.
" He was a man of great sympathy and generosity towards the

The children of Dr. Wolcott C. and Fanny (Priest) Chandler
were :

3365. i. Nancy White, b. at Grafton, Vt., 25 March, 1831 ; d. 28

Aug. 1S48, and was buried at Mt. Auburn.

3366. ii. Charles Wolcott, b. at Andover, Vt., 6 April, 1834; m.

6 July, 1855. Martha A. Manson.

3367. ra. Fannie Maria, b. at Ludlow, Vt., 20 Oct. 1835; teacher;

m. 6 Nov. 1860, Cornelius Briggs Houghton, who was b.
14 April. 1832, son of Charles Houghton by his wife Mary
Briggs ; gr.-son of Benj. Houghton, of Lancaster, Mass.
He is a lumber merchant in Benicia, Cal.

One child :
i. Mary Chandler Houghton, b. in Benicia, 6 Nov. 1803; d. 80
Jan. 1874; buried at Mt. Auburn.

3368. iv. Ella Priest, b. at South Natick, Mass., 1 Sept. 1847; d.

23 Aug. 1848, aged 11 mos. 23 days; buried at Mount


ESTHER 7 P. CHANDLER (Charles 6 W., John. 5 Thomas, 4
John, 3 John,- William 1 ) and Abram 9 Adams, Ludlow, Vt.

He was a son of Peter 1 Adams and Lucy Gibson. He
removed from Andover, Vt., to Ludlow, and there carried on
the manufacturing of woollens successfully for awhile ; but
reverses came, and they removed in 1560 to Wallingford, Vt.


They resided, 1882, with their daughter, Mrs. E. Meriel
Pollard, at St. Louis.
Their children were :

i. Hiland 3 Abram Adams, b. 30 Jan. 1833 ; d. 5 June, 183G.
ii. Charles 3 Abram Adams, b. 3 Nov. 1837 ; m. 20 Nov. 1860, Eliza

Peabody, dau. of Nath'l Peabody, of Andover, Vt.
iii. Esther 3 Meriel Adams, b. 29 March, 1840; m. May, 1863,
Henry Moses Pollard, of Ludlow. Removed to St. Louis, Mo.
iv. Hiland 3 Henry Adams, b. 12 July, 1812.


NANCY 7 M. CHANDLER (Charles 6 W., John, 5 Thomas, 4
John, 3 John,- William 1 ) and Benjamin M. Smith, Lumpkin, Ga.

He was b. in Vermont, and d. 23 Oct. 1858.

On 14 March, 1836, she went to Georgia as teacher. They
settled in 1839 at Lumpkin. He died, leaving two sons and
five daughters. The eldest son was drowned at the age of
fifteen years. Mrs. Nancy M. Smith managed the plantation
after her husband's death. She rode into the fields and gave
her orders where to plant, where to sow, where to build fences,
to run roads, &c.

Two of the children of Nancy M. and Benjamin M. Smith
were :

i. Benjamin Smith ; was drowned while bathing.
ii. Emily Smith.


ARRALUCIA 7 CHANDLER (Chauncy*/y.,John, s Thomas, 4
John, 3 John' 2 William 1 ) and John C. Howard.

Mrs. Howard d. 9 Sept. 1837, aged 40, at East Dorset, Vt.
Their children were :

i. Alfred Raleigh Howard, b. 7 May, 1823, Rutland, Vt.

Surgeon dentist.
ii. Addison Spalding Howard, b. 21 April, 1825.
iii. Charles Chandler Howard, b. 21 Jan. 1827.
iv. Sewall Taylor Howard, b. 21 April, 1829.
v. Henry Sanderson Howard, b. 21 Aug. 1831.
vi. Susan Field Howard, b. 7 Oct. 1833.
vii. Frances Celesta Howard, b. 21 July, 1837.


Hon. LUCIUS 7 H. CHANDLER (Chauncif C, John,"
Thomas, 4 John, 3 John; 2 Wttliam 1 ) and Susan A. Kendall.

She was b. 1 Jan. 1811 j d. 5 June, 18G8, dau. of Littleton
Kendall by his wife Maria Robbins, dau. of Col. John Robbins,
of Salt Grove, Northampton Co., Va.

Mr. Chandler was graduated at Waterville College in 1831 ;
studied law and practised his profession in Thomaston up to
about 184 j, and then in Boston up to 1851, when he removed


to Norfolk, Va., and resided there until 1870, with the excep-
tion ol two years when he was consul at Matanzas, and his
taniily resided as refugees at Rockland, Me. The family went
to Rockland, 2a i Aug., but lie received the appointment of con-
sul on the 1st of that month, 1861.

He was one of the - Bell and Everett " electors, and during
he whole campaign made strong union speeches, so that ho wa?
known throughout the State as one who was opposed to reces-
sion in any form. Virginia went for Bell and Everett. In the
spring of lSbl a very important case, involving nearly half a
million dollars, in which he was counsel, came up in Washing-
ton v irgmia had not then seceded, hut that event was ex-
pected daily to take place. Mr. Chandler obtained a permit
trom (ren. Gwyne, then in command at Norfolk, to enable him
to -return; and he went to Washington. Hurrying through
with his case as rapidly as possible, he returned and arrived at
fortress Monroe only to find that the obstructions placed in the
river the night previous would prevent all persons from reach-
ing Norfolk m that direction. His only way of getting there
was to takea carriage as far as Yorktown, whence he could o-o
by cars to Richmond, and thence home to Norfolk. It was at
fortress Monroe, at this time, that Gen. B. F. Butler tried to
get trom him some information of the Confederate forces At
lorktown Mr. Chandler was arrested by the Rebels under the
Rev. Gen. D. H. Hill, of North Carolina. His horse and car-
nage were confiscated, and he was thrown into jail, where he
remained for more than two days in a cell with a stone floor,
without food .drink, or even a blanket to protect him from the
cold, and subjected to the grossest insults. Frequently was he
shown a rope and told that he would be hung, which undoubted-
ly would have been his fate ^ had it not happened that a Col.
Charles Mallory, of Hampton, Va., accidentally heard of his
arrest ; and not believing it, rode down to the camp to ascertain
the facts lie went instantly to Richmond, and left no stone
unturned to effect his release. Upon Mr. CVs arrival in Nor-
to k he applied for permission to go north with his family.
After a long delay he obtained a "flag of truce" on the 23d of
June, 1861. Even then he barely escaped, for an order came
from Richmond to arrest him at ten o'clock that mornino- ■ but
fortunately the order fell into the hands of a friend who delayed
it a few minutes, so that when the oificer went to serve it the
family were steaming down the river. His family remained in

Baltimore until the 25th of August, when they went to Rock-
land, Me.

In 1863 he removed his family back to Norfolk. He was U
b. district attorney for East District of Virginia, and so rjentlv
did he administer that office that there were but few ea^es of


confiscation, and no one tried for treason ; but he was threatened
with removal from office many times because of his leniency.

He drew up, May, 1866, the indictment against Jefferson
Davis for treason against the United States, and assisted the
attorney-general in the prosecution at his trial.

He was counsel in the case of Mayor Ellyson vs. Chahoon,
for Chahoon ; and was very much injured in the shoulder by the
falling of the floor of the room of the Court of Appeals, on 27th
of April, 1870, from the great mass of people assembled to hear
the decision of the court in the case. He had not, in 1871, en-
tirely recovered the use of his hand, owing to the thickening of
the shoulder blade in uniting where it was fractured by that
fearful accident. He became insane by spells, during one of
which he drowned himself in a stream near his residence, 7
April, 1871.

While residing in Thomaston, he was commissioned justice of
the peace, 18 Feb. 1835, and of the quorum in 1844; was
chosen, 29 June, 1839, captain of the Thomaston Guards. He
resided, 1871, at No. 70 I Street, Washington, D. C. Pension
agent for Virginia.

The children of Hon. Lucius H. and Susan A. (Kendall)
Chandler were :

3369. i. Chauncy Littleton, b. in Thomaston, Me., 13 Sept.. d.

24 Sept. 1834.
Maria Kendall, b. 4 Dec. 1835 ; d. 1 June, 1866.
Sarah Farley, b. 8 April, 1837 ; unm. in Washington,

D. C.
Esther Louisa, b. 7 Oct. 1838 ; d. in Norfolk, Va.
Thomas Dixon, b. 10 March. 1840; d. 31 March, 1842.
Susan Robbins, b. 26 April, 1844 ; unm. iu Washington,

D. C.

3375. vii. Henry Lucius, b. in Chelsea, Mass., 29 May, 1846; m.

30 Sept. 1869, Ella Puffer. They reside in Richmond,
Va. She was dau. of Francis Puffer, of Norfolk, Va.
They have :
i. Emma Puflor, b. 15 Oct. 1870.

3376. vm. William Temple, b. 13 Jan. 1848 ; d. in Washington, D. C.












. MARY 7 ANN CHANDLER {Chauncy* C, John,'' Thomas*
John? Joint? William 1 ) and Samuel I. Loveiov, Rockland,
Me. '

He was b. 21 April, 1817, son of John 1 Lovejoy, b. in An-
dover, Mass., Jan. 1780, and m. Eliza Little, of Newburyport ;
merchant in Rockland, Me.

Mr. Samuel I. Lovejoy was a broker.

Their children were :

i. John' Lovejoy, b. in Rockland, 23 Dee. 1841 ; Mayor of Rock-


land, 1879 ; m. 20 Dec. 1864, Ella Spear, dan. of George and

Abbie Spear.
ii. Samuel 3 Lovejot, b. 9 Jan. 1844 ; clerk in Washington, T). 0.
iii. Lucres 3 Henry Lovejov, b. \2 July. 1845; m. 5 Aug. 1870,

Louise Ambrase (V), of Rockport, Me. Two children.
iv. Herbert 3 Lovejoy, b. 3 March, 1847 ; resides in Rockland,
v. Francis 3 Cobb Lovejot, b. 25 Nov. 18.V2 ; d. 5 Sept. 1877.


MARTHA 7 JANE CHANDLER (Ckauncy* C, John,"
Thomas, 4 John, 3 John,- William 1 ) and Francis Cobb.

He was son of Francis Cobb, of Cherryfield, Me., by his wife
Jane Snow. Ship-chandler/ of the linn of Cobb, Wright &
Case. Chosen 12 March, 1842, an officer of the East Thomas-
ton Artillery Co. Their children were :

i. Mary Ann Cobb. b. iu E. Thomaston, 11 Nov. 1840; m. 20
Sept. 18G6, Edward P. Norton. Resides in New Orleans, La.
Three children.
ii. Francis Kendall Cobb, b. 20 March, 1843 ; captain and lost at

sea, 8 Jan. 1806.
iii. Louisa Holt Cobb. b. 18 Feb. 1845 ; in. G Jan. 1869, James
, Hanley ; merchant in San Francisco, Cal. Four children.

iv. Maria Freeman Cobb, b. 22 Sept. 1847 ; m. 28 Oct. 18G9,

Louis T. Snow ; merchant in San Francisco, Cal.
v. Charles Willis Snow Cobb, b. 6 Oct. 1849 ; m. 15 June, 1880,
Sarah S. Haskell, of Augusta, Me. ; resides at St. Louis, Mo. ;
manufacturer of lime. One child,
vi. Jennie Weston Cobb, b. 20 April, 1854 ; m. 7 June, 1882,

Albert W. Butler, of Milford, Me.
vii. Maynaed Sumner Cobb, b. 22 April, 185G : d. 6 Nov. 1856.
viii. William T. Cobb, b. 23 July, 1857 ; m. 14 June, 1882, Lucy C.
Banks. He is a merchant in Rockland, Me.
ix. Martha Fales Cobb, b. 22 June, 1859 ; blind from scarlet fever.
x. Nathan Farwell Cobb, b. 8 Aug. 1861.
xi. Lucius Edward Cobb.


Capt. EDWARD 7 CHANDLER (Chauncy* C, John, 5

Tliomas, 4 John 3 John,- William 1 ) and Olive S. Hovcy, whom
he m. 10 May, 1866.

She was dau. of Manaseh Hovey by his wife Maximillia
Stinson. Sail-maker and mariner. Resides in Rockland, Me.


WILLIAM 7 CHANDLER (William* A., John, 5 nomas, 4
John, 3 John,' 2 William 1 ) and E. S. Clagon, Canton, N. Y.

He lost his left hand by the discharge of a rifle ; but after
that he cleared up, for another man, one hundred and thirty
acres of heavy lumbered woodland.


They had no issue, but they adopted a girl whom they called
Luey Ann Chandler, who was 1). 19 Oct. 1842.

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ALPHEUS 7 CHANDLER ( William 6 A., John, 5 T7ioma.s, 4
Jo/in,* John,- William 1 ) and Adeline Spooner, Springfield, Vt.

She wash, in Springfield, 18 Dee. 1801, daughter of Benja-
min Spooner by his wile Mary Langford.

They lived on her parents' homestead, in the west part of the
town. He works at farming.

Their children were :

3377. i. George Washington, b. 13 Jan. 1831; in. 3 July. 1861,

Caroline II. Jones, of West Randolph, Vt., dan. of
Nathaniel R. and Abigail H. (Fish) Jones ; carriage-
maker in that town.

3378. ii. Clarissa Maria, b. 1 Jan. 1833; m. 2 April, 1854. Gil-

bert E. Hemenway, b. 20 Jan. 1834 ; farmer in Ludlow,
Vt. : son of Elijah and Caroline Hemenway.

Five children :

i. Luella Medora Hemenway. h. 1 April, 1S">5.
ii. Emma Maria Hemenwav. b. 1 March, 1859.
iii. Charles W. Hemenway! b. 18(52; d. 1S64.
iv. Charles W. Hemenway, b. 1SG4.

v. Carrie A. Hemenway, b- 23 Sept. IS68.

3379. in. Elizabeth, b. April. 1834. She was choked to death iu

the fence bars at West Springfield, at the age of about
two years.

3380. Lucretia, b. in Springfield, Vt., 24 Oct. 1836 ; m. 1 Sept.

1854, Joseph S. Olney, farmer in Chester, Vt., son of
William and Thankful (Bates) Olney ; she b. 1826.

Seven children :

i. Ira Olney, b. Oct. 1856; d. 1857.

ii. John Olney, b. 1 Dee. 1S57: d. young.
iii. Antoinette Arabella Olney, b. 9 May, 1858; d. 1SG:3.
iv. Luke Olney, b. 30 Jan. 1860.

v. Warren Olney, b. 6 Nov. 1861; d. 7 Sept. 18G3.
vi. Fannv Jeannette Olney. b. 22 Mav, 1865.
vii. Ida J. Olney, b. 28 March, 1307.

3381. v. Charles Grite, b. at Springfield, 4 July, 1839 ; d. 1 Sept.


3382. vi. William Df.xter. b. 30 July, 1840; m. 6 March, 1864,

Harriet dan. of Sabin and Sophia (Farringtou) Spring ;
fanner, Bethel, Vt.

Two children :
I. Hiland, b. Feb. 15, 1365.
n. Julia, b. Oct 20, 18G7.

3383. vii. Mart Elizabeth, b. 30 Jan. 1842.

3384. viii. Adeline, b. 1 Aug. 1844. sin- was adopted by Mr. Si-

mon Sherwin, of Chelsea, whose name (Slierwin) she
added to her own.



DAXIEL 7 CHANDLER (William* A., John* Thomas*
John, 2 John* William 1 ) and Elizabeth Bloomer, Derby, Vt.

She was 1>. 21 July, 1812; d. 16 Jan. 1849, aged 36, leaving
two children.

He m. second, Maria Louisa Emery, dau. of Smith and Ma-
ria Louisa (Howe) Emery, who was b. 19 March, 1827. He
is a marble manufacturer, and makes very nice work. He lived

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