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Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield

by Howard Millar Chapin

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Published by Snow in Providence .
Written in English


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SeriesChapin Family Association Publication, Chapin Family Association Publication
The Physical Object
Pagination73 p. :
Number of Pages73
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24340238M

Samuel Chapin came to this country in and settled in Roxbury in eastern Massachusetts. Deacon Chapin was the son of John and Phillipe (Easton) Chapin and was baptized on Oct. 8, at.   Deacon Samuel Chapin statue, Springfield, Mass. If I understand the inscription on the base of the statue, the good Deacon lived from to Living to the age of 80 years old back then was quite a feat. Located in the museum : 2K.

Samuel Chapin was born to Japhet Chapin and Abilenah Cooley on 4 Jul Sources ↑ Chapin, Gilbert Warren. The Chapin book of genealogical data: with brief biographical sketches of the descendants of Deacon Samuel Chapin. Pawtucket, RI: Quintin Publications, Citing pg. 9 for Samuel Chapin born to Japhet and Abilenah Chapin. use: Hannah (Sheldon) Chapin. Deacon Samuel Chapin was born Octo in Paignton, Devonshire, England, and died Novem in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts. He married Cicely Penny Febru /24 in Paignton, Devonshire, England, daughter of Henry Penny and Jane. She was born.

May 9, - All things Chapin Related. See more ideas about Genealogy, Mary chapin carpenter and Uncle toms cabin pins. Here is the present biography: "Samuel Chapin, who was at Roxbury, Mass., about and settled at Springfield, Mass., about , where he was a deacon and a prominent citizen and died in , brought with him from England a wife named Cicely and several children, Henry, Josiah, David, Catherine, and Sarah.".


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Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield by Howard Millar Chapin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text of "Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield" LIFE OF Deacon^ Samuel jQhapin, OF SPRINGFIELD. sixteen shil- Hng two pence 13 16 02 (Signed) Samuel Chapin. (Book I, p. ) Deacon Chapin Dr.

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Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield Paperback – Octo by Chapin Howard Millar (Author) › Visit Amazon's Chapin Howard Millar Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. 1/5(1). A book was written about the life of Deacon Chapin, titled "Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield"BURIAL Deacon Samuel Chapin and members of his family were buried in the Old Burying Ground in the cemetery that Deacon Samual was instrumental in establishing in Burial: Springfield Cemetery, Springfield.

Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield by Chapin, Howard Millar. Publication date Topics Chapin family (Samuel Chapin, d. ), genealogy English. Notes. No TOC Photocopied book Lines and markings appear in scan Page 14 has some faded text.

Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Camera Canon Pages: Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning : Nabu Press.

Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin, of Springfield. [Howard M Chapin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Chapin family. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Howard M Chapin. Find. Page X11 of Chapin Book: Deacon Samuel Chapin's Place in the Community: Samuel Chapin came to New Englan probably with his father and family in or earlier.

A r ecord at Roxbury, of early but unknown dates shows that he possessed 24 acres of land there, and had eight persons in his family, himself, wife, father, and five en: Josiah Chapin, Esq., Capt.

Henry Chapin, Samuel Chapin, David Chapin, Sarah Thomas (Chapin). Page X11 of Chapin Book: Deacon Samuel Chapin's Place in the Community: Samuel Chapin came to New Englan probably with his father and family in or earlier.

A r ecord at Roxbury, of early but unknown dates shows that he possessed 24 acres of land there, and had eight persons in his family, himself, wife, father, and five children. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield Millar New- at the best online prices at.

"The Puritan" - a bronze statue in Merrick Park next to the Public Library in Springfield, Mass. honors one of the town's founders, the Deacon Samuel Chapin.

The artist was Augustus St. Gauden and it was commissioned by Chester W. Chapin, Springfield's railroad magnate, in 1. Deacon Samuel Dee Chapin 1, son of John Chapin and Phillipe Easton, was baptized on 8 Oct in Paignton, Devonshire, ENG 1 and died on 11 Nov in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA Documented events in his life were: 1.

CR - Baptism; 8 Oct ; Paignton, Devonshire, ENGson of. InChester W. Chapin, a railroad tycoon and congressman from Springfield, Massachusetts, commissioned the renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to create a bronze likeness of his ancestor, Deacon Samuel Chapin (–), one of the early settlers of the City of Springfield.

BySpringfield had become one of America's most innovative industrial and manufacturing centers. During the Civil War, Springfield was a frontier community of about 1, people, but it was the largest and most important place in southwest Missouri.

The Northern and Southern armies vied throughout the early part of the war to occupy its strategic position. the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. Samuel Chapin (bp October 8, – Novem ) was a prominent early settler of Springfield, served the town as selectman, magistrate and deacon (in the Massachusetts Bay Colony there was little separation between the church and government).

Chapin is best known today as the subject of the Augustus. See Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield, by Howard Millar Chapin, Providence, R. I.,the fullest account, based upon original documents and records. source: THE CHAPIN BOOK, Vol. I, p. XII. A chronology of Samuel Chapin's activities: Samuel CHAPIN and wife Cicely were at Roxbury.

Came to Springfield, MA from Roxbury, MA. The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data: With Brief Biographical Sketches, of the Descendants of Deacon Samuel Chapin, Volume 1. Chapin family association, 0 Reviews. - Statue inscription: anno domini / Deacon Samuel Chapin / one of the founders of Springfield.

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Life of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield, Howard Millar Chapin, Providence Snow & Farnham Co,73p, 25cm,CSC a: "Chapin Family Association Publications. Constitution of the Chapin Family Association and other papers relating to the association inserted.". Family Name: Chapin Book Title: The Chapin Book of Genealogical Brief Biographical Sketches of the Descendants of Deacon Samuel Chapin.

Volume 1: Author: Chapin, Gilbert Warren Publisher Hartford, CT: Year: Book ID: G. CHAPIN GENEALOGY, CONTAINING DESCENDANTS OF DEACON SAMUEL CHAPIN, WHO SETTLED IN SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS, By O. Chapin. Published originally in Seller Rating: % positive.I am a direct decendent of the Deacon Samuel Chapin who came to Springfield, MA in The seventh generation Horace J.

Chapin, son of Smuel and Mary born 6/8/ was the father of my great grandmother, Gertrude Chapin born I have a book on the Chapin family genealoby dated 6/ that traces the original Chapin to that date.The last of Springfield’s three most prominent gentlemen, John Pynchon, outlived Deacon Samuel Chapin and Elizur Holyoke by 27 years.

He died in at about 80 years of age. Probably no man, before or since, had so great an influence in the affairs of Western Massachusetts, especially in the Connecticut Valley, as Major John Pynchon.