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Added - Chapman Family Association
CHAPMAN CHATTER
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
May~ August & November)
FDR THOSE INTERESTED IN CHAPMAN GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH
By Mary and G. K. Alford, Jr.
1403 Kingsford Driv.
Florissant, HQ 63031
NUlber I
f12.00 PER YEAR
August I, lq83
(February,
CONTENTS
CO""ENIS FRO" YOUR EDITOR. • • • • • • • . • • • . • 2
800K REY/EN••••••••.•••••••••••• 3
CHAP"AN EXCHANGE . • • • • • • • • • • • . . • • • • 4
NILLIA" CHAP"AN (16571 FA"ILY •.•••••••••• 8
LINEAGE TA8LE, CHAP"AN DIRECT ANCESTORS••••••• 10
EDNARD CHAP"AN fCAI6401 FA"ILY ••••••••••• 16
CONNECTING CHAP"AN COUSINS ••.••.••••••• 18
CHAP"AN DATA BANK, A-F1 LE. • • • . • • • • • • • • .20
CHAP"AN INYENTORY, 1850••••••••.•••••• 24
CO"PUTING CO""ENTS ••.•••••.•••••••• 26
WELCOME
TO
Comments
CHAPMAN
from
your
CHATTER
editors
Ch ap man is the fourth surnalE on Mhich Me have undertaken
extensive
data
colle'tion and
inlor.,tion e,change .,th people such as you allover the nation. It represents our third ne.sletter
endeavor. We are learning early In our program that the Chap.ans drastIcally outnu.ber the
Newk irks Al fords and Newsoms on .hich .e are also .orking.
HavIng established t.o ,ay co••unicat,on, .,th over 150 01 you, it beca.e apparent that there .as a
very
defirllte
need for
3 IIlJans
of
COlIll.lnlCatlQn
beheen all of you
Mho
are interested in Ch apman.
We expect you to conslder this your publIcation. ~e need you to tell us "hat you like and Mhat you don t
like.
We need e,en .ore lor you to 'end u, lnlor.ation that you .ant to ,hare .ith others .ho have that
[Ol~on Chapllan Interest.
There ~re a feM thjngs that Me need to get on record in thIS first issue.
First, Me are not
gene31ogists.
We became lnterested in our ancestors Iud too late in life, and began just last year.
Second, Me are not journalists Dr publ1shers. Until we hecate involved Mith our falily neMsletters, the
closest experience Me had Mas Morking on the hIgh 5~hool paper over forty years ago. Third, Me are not
Infallible. So.e 'Ight even say .e are error prone. We .ill do our ut.ost to keep errors In the
neMsletters to a 11nilul. Dealing Mlth such a volule of proper nales and dates, lakes proof-reading very
dilli,ult. We have no .ay 01 authenticating the inlor.atlon ,ent by you and your asso,iates.
II you
indicate that so.ething is not proven or is q'Jestlonable, .e .ill try to qualily it in publication .ith
G??. If you find that we. or our contributors, have lade an error, please let us knoM so that Me can
publish a correction in a later issue. Fourth,.e are not independently .ealthy nor are .e .orking as
part 01 a lunded loundatlon. When.e started our ne..letters last year, they .ere short and our reade"
'ere Ie., therelore they .ere 'irculated Iree. The page nu.be" and the readers increased, and the costs
increased drastically. We could not afford to continue on our retlre.ent inco.e, thus the subscriptlon
charge.
Fifth,.e need all the Chap.an inlor.ation you can send us. We .ould ask that il you send
inlor.ation that i' copyright prote,ted that you tell us so that the copyright .ill not be violated. The
ne..letters are not copyrighted and you .ay use the .aterial or oake copies. We .ould appreciate credit
.here appropriate. If others .i,h to have ,opies, .e can provide originals lor just about your costs in
.aking ,opies. We .ill try to .aintain a lile 01 back-issue, lor those occasions .hen you or others .ant
an e, tra copy.
We need a na.e lor all 01 you colle,tively. lou .ill see on pages 10 to 15 that .ost 01 you are not
Chap.ans per se.
It .ould not be lair to call you Chap.an and it gets to be a proble. calling you
contacts or correspondents. We have chosen the na.e Chapp i e as a na'e lor those .ho are involved
.ith us in this effort. If you have a better na.e that is short, descriptive, and all enco.passing .e
.ould like to hear fro. you.
The ne.,letter .ill contain inlor.ation Iro. and about .any Chappies Mho are not subscriber ••
Subscribers .ill be given priority and prelerence in ne.sletter coverage. Our percentage 01 subscribers
vs contacts is .uch les' .ith Chap.an than .ith our other lines. Unless.e have a signilicant in,rease in
this first year, it is possible that .e .ill not try to continue into the second year. If you kno. 01
others .ho .ight be interested, and il you think the publication is .orth.hile, please tell th.. about us.
We are e,tending the UO introductory offer until our advertise.ent is published in TNf 6EHEALO.leAL
l
HHPfR.
The Chap.an E"hange on pages 4 to 7 .,11 run lour pages or .ore until .e can catch up .ith the
backlog that .as a,cu.ulated before.e started publi,ation. As you read the inquiries on the.e pages,
don't overlook our ,o••ents at the top 01 page 4.
The lineage table on pages 10 to 15 is a one-ti.e leature. It per.its you to see the direct Chap.an
ancestry 01 al.ost all 01 the current Chappies. As ne. Chappies are added to our nu.ber .e .ill give
their lineage in the e>change. The lor.at 01 the lineage table beginning on page 10 is sell-e,planatory,
but if you have trouble, find your na.e or that 01 your spouse in the left colu.n. Notice the headings
a,ro.s the top identilying the ancestral relationship. On your line .ill be sho.n the lirst na.e 01 your
Chap.an an,estor and belo. their na.e, the year and place 01 birth, il kno.n. Once you understand your
line, the others are si.ilar.
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At hast ho Chap.an fa.i Iy lines .i II be featured in each i..ue. See pages 8 • 9 and 16 • 17.
Because of the fa.ily size, and the Ii.ited space available, these .ill be run in series and continued
over several or .any issues, The charts on the left page and the fa.ily group records or genealogies on
the right page .ill usually not cover the sa.e seg.ents of the fa.ily in the sa.e issue, The coverage in
the charts on the left are governed by techincal charting considerations, The fa.ily group records .ill
run in sequence by generation, Huch of the infor.ation in these pages co.es fro. very old records lo.er
100 years old in these particular cases), If you have correcting or supple.entary infor.ation .e .ould
appreciate your sending it in so that it can be shared .ith others,
In addition to infor.ation about our Chapoan ancestors, .e .ould like to include interesting current
Chapoan infor.ation.
One such ite••ould deal .ith Chapoan fa.ily reunions. Me .ould like to print
announce.ents in advance of the reunion, and then .ith the help of one or .ore of the participants,
publish reports of the reunions.
Me know about t.o Chap.an reunions that .ere held recently. The
descendants of Wi 11 i am W. Chapman .et June 25 at Ephesus Pri.itive Church in Worth
County, GA,
There .as another reunion Julv 24th at Three Forks Baptist Church in Alexander (previously
Wilkes) County. North Carolina. ThIS group is probably identified as the dlScendants of John
Chapman of that county. ~on't you tell us about your current Chap.an events so.e can pa.. the. on
to others.
You .ay e,pect so.e delayed reaction on any of your co••ents in the ne.sletter.
Copies are .ade
available to the Library of Congress, other libraries, and genealogical socities. As these copies go into
their reference collection. they .ay be read years in the future by so.eone .ho .ill contact you. If you
have a library or society to .hich you .ould reco••end .e send co.pli.entary copies, give us their na.e
and address, and tell us .hy you think .e should .ake such a contribution.
Me .ill nor.ally try to .ail the ne.sletter to subscribers during the first .eek of February, Hay,
August and Nove.ber. There .ill be occasions .here events beyond our control cause so.e delay, but you
can expect they .ill al.ays be .ailed so.eti.e during the .onth .entioned.
Give particular attention to the Chap.an inventory described on page 24. This progra. which .ill
cul.inate in a co.puter fIle (and printouts) of every Chap.an in the 1850 census is likely to be one of
the oost useful tools you and future generation Chap.an researchers have available. It .ill succeed only
to the extent that you help us. Motice that .e have data on only 15 of the possible 40 states invol.ed
and already have 1796 Chap.an fa.ilies identified. If.e can expect the Chap.an per state ratio to
continue .e can project the total IB50 fa.ilies to be about 4777. Me are probably looking at so.ething
over 30,000 Chap.ans .ho .ere living in IB50. If.e live long enough, and get enough of your help, .e
.ill eventually have the. all on our consolidated record.
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JOHN CHAPMAN OF SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, YIR6INIA
THOMAS POWE OF CHERAW, SOUTH CAROLINA
and
RELATED FAHILIES
Co.piled by
Elsie
Chapman
Edmonds
Published 1971
(R
BOOK
REfJIEtO
This .ell docu.ented account of one of our distinguished Chap.an lines begins .ith John Chap.an .ho
died in Spotsylvania County, Virginia in Deceober 1775. It continues through se.eral branches of the
fa.ily do.n to the current period. Host of the book is devoted to the descendants of Thrashley
(Streshleyl Chap.an, Hrs. Ed.onds ancestor, and a son of John Chap.an by his second .ife, Hary Allen.
The book contains .uch source .aterial and is not li.ited to just the vital statistics 01 the .any
fa.ilies listed.
There are nu.erous photographs. The fa.ilies are arranged by fa.ily, rather than by
generation, using a nu.bering syste••ith arabic nu.bers denoting the generations and the la.ilies .ithin
the generation, and lo.er case arabic nu.bers to denote the issue of each fa.ily.
There are 389 pages of text, and an extensive list 01 sources. The index, .ith about 6000 entries
runs for 30 pages and has o.er three pages of Chap.ans .ith about 800 na.es. The 6 x 9 x I inch book is
bound in a beautilul red hard back and is printed on the linest slick paper that Elsie could lind. It is
available for SI7 fro. Hrs. N. N. Ed.onds, 4060 North East Drive, Jackson, HS 39211.
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CHAPMAN
EXCHANGE
Each l5sue oj the ne.sletter .111 cont'ln the EXCHANGE. It .111 be the section in .hich inqUIrIes ,re
usually print~d. In ~uture !S5U~5 It Mill aJ~o be used to describe the dIrect Chap.an lineage of those
Chapples .ho have re,entl, Joined our qroup. These line'ges .il1 supple.ent the ch.rts printed on P'ges
10 to 15.
14 YOU can help an.·~· (If these persons, you may contact the. direct or send us the inforlation. If you
deal with the person directly, III!:! Mould appreCIate copies of any neM Chap.an inforlation generated. We
need It to update Our files. In a few cases Me have inforlation to help, which we have sl!nt. but are
printIng their
inQuir~
anyway so as not to deprive you of the thrill of helping so.eone else.
1-1
Mrs. Ralph R.
(Cheryl) Young 26325 sE 158th Street,
Iss.qu.h
WA 98027, MARY CHAPMAN born circ' 1828 in Ohio I.rried Robert Jackson 6lLLAND, .nd loved to
W.pello County, 10•• circa 1845. Children John P.; Charles P.; Louis.; Josephine! Franklin P.; laur ai
K.rry; TOI; .nd n,nerv,. n,ry eVIdently de.d by 1880 census.
2911 Kirc.ldy
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Mrs. Marshel W.
( B i l l i e Dixon) Hardy
Court, Arlington, Tl 16015: Would like to conlact .ny descend.nts of WILL I AM CHAPMAN,
JR born n.y 1819 in Kentucky, .."ied Eliza Mary J.ne OWENS .nd died prob.bly in 51. CI.ir County,
nissouri. Also need l.rri'ge pl.ce .nd d.te of his d.ughter M.ry Ann to J.les H.rris.
1-3
DAN I EL
Bi 11 i e Hardy Isee .bovel: Would like to cont.ct .nyone oith inforl.tion on
CHAPMAN, JR. born before 1875 in Virginia .nd .ho larried (ll Jenny WINsCOTT .nd
(2) R,chel BLACK.
Where and .hen did he die' Were there children by R.chel'
1-4
Mrs. G. C. (Dorothy Chapman) Cornwel I Ill-A sh.dy L.ne,
Box B8 C.C.M., Eustis, FL 32726, GEORGE CHAPMAN born J.nuary 12 1804 Colulbi.n. County,
Ohio (I,ter St.rk Countyl. died J.nu.ry 4 1884 in Ple.s.nt Toonship, Allen County, Indi.n •• n.rried
Joh.nn. (H.nn.h) ABER June ~ 1825 in Stark Count y, Ohi o. Need gi ven n.le of hi 5 father .nd lathe" her
I.iden n••e ",y have been WOODS. His parents li9rated fro. Me. Jersey. Need to know .hen .nd n.le of
County. H.d 12 chi ldren, 11 born in Harrison To,",ship, Stark County, Ohio.
nigrated to Ple.sant
Toonship, Allen County, Indi.n ••bout 1843. Also need to knoo n••es of .ny brothers .nd sisters.
1-5
Mrs. James H.
(Thelma Moon) Goodlet 951 East 37 Street,
Hi.le.h, FL 33013: Seeking inloro.!ion on EBBA (EBB IE) LOU CHAPMAN .ho .arried
John D.niel nOOM on Movelber 29 1888 In AUlau9' County, AI.b•••• Parents are said to be ELBERT
UNDERWOOD CHAPMAN and nargaret STUCKEY.
Elbert's .other I.rried Itrst.n Under.ood,
and second THOMAS
CHAPMAN .ho gave his n.le to the Unde..ood children - so far no leg.1
record has been found on this transaction. Ebb. Lou Ch,pI.n died in Aut.ug, or E110re County, Al.b.I'
bet.een IB98-1900 le.vin9 four sons, four step-d.ughters, .nd husb.nd John O.niel noon. Expenses incurred
in laking inforl.tion .v.il.ble oill be rei.bursed.
1-6
Mrs. Harlan W.
(Linda Morehouse) Kepler 1808WestF
Street, Marth Platte, NE 69101: ASAHEL "ASA" CHAPMAN born 1804 in Me. York or Neo
H,"pshire I.rried fir.t .ho' n.rried second in Wiscon.in M.ncy Sophia HASER. Ke re.ided in Ne. York,
Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Nebr.sk., 100••nd died in Ott ••• , l.s.lle County, Illinois July 27 1893, Who
.ere his parents?? Could his father have been ANSEL CHAPMAN born East H.ddal Connecticut,
prob.bly died in Ressel.er County, Me. York'
1-7
Wi 11 i am G. Luce 2B17 W. 17th Avenue, stilh.ter, OK 74074:
.eeks
infor•• tion on ELL I S CHAPMAN born October 24 1798, I.rried Septe.ber 14 1820 Nancy SOUTHARD,
dIed Septe.ber I 1867 in Ohio County, Kentucky.
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1-6
Walter R. WinansRoutel,Bo,123,Ca"sYille,YA23315,"y problel is
CHAPMAN, supposedly born at Sltaron,
locating the parents of Iy great-grandfather, I RA
Connecticut October 22 1827, larried Urania BARTRA" at Sharon August 13 1849, and died at Pittsfield,
Massachusetts February 25 1913. I haye the cOlplete "e,ican and Ciyil War records, but cannot lind the
record of his birth. "y lother's aunt inDo deceased) researched the lineage, and says his father oas
GEORGE PRENT I S CHAPMAN of Neo London, and a Ian in Utah told Ie the saoe. Hooeyer,
the Prentis Genealogy says that George Prentis died single, and neither of the aboYe persons kneo the nale
of George Prentis's oife. This is ohere I need help badly. His death certificate, prepared by his
daughter's husband, says hIS father's nale oas GEORGE; oother's nale ·unknoon.'
1-9
Mrs. Diane (Butler) Gunderson 12521 Crestline Ayenue N. Eo,
Albuquerque, N" 87112: Looking for parents of ANN CHAPMAN born January 29 1790 near KnoXYille,
Kno' County, Tennessee. Harried John HODGINS on August 21 IB06 in Kno' County, Tennessee. He ooned or
.anaged a large plantation in that area until 1820's. Knoon chUdren are: "arcus O. Hodgins born
Septelber 10 1811 near Kno'Yille, Tennessee; Allira SUlleryille Hodgins born Decelber 24 1819 near
Kno'Yille, Tennessee; Elily A. Hodgins born July 22 1822 near Kno'Yille, Tennessee and Abner Frank Hodgins
born "ay 1825/26 near Kno'Yille, Tennessee; and Nary Hodgins birth date unknoon. The 1830 census shoos
th. falily liYing in Sangalon County, Illinois and they settled in Galena, Jo Oayiess County, Illinois by
1835. Any inforlation appreciated.
I - 1 0 M iss Ber n i e Dean Wol f e 305 Eo Park, Jefferson, looa 50129: Wish
inforlation of the Chaplan falily- MINERVA CHAPMAN born AprU 191830 Chautauqua County,
Neo York, died "arch 31 1912 in Rushville, Illinois. LiYed in Gallia County, Ohio. Harried Allen MURPHY
January 15 1850 in Vinton County, Ohio. Father is belieYed to be DAV I D CHAPMAN. Brother of
"inerYa is GEORGE CHAPMAN oho droye a circus oagon in the Barnul and 8ailey Circus. Visited
the St. Louis Missouri area in early 1900's.
1-11
Mrs. Terry N. (Susan Fiscus) McArthur Route I, Bo,
22-C, Oakdale, WA 99158: Need parents of EDWARD CHAPMAN born Belfast Ireland. Wife's nale?
Also .."iage record for Eliajah SWEET born April 7 1820, died "arch 26 1899 and JANE CHAPMAN
born January 16 1823 and died February 18 1908. Both born sOleohere in Canada, probably Ontario proYince.
80th died in Sa uk County, Wisconsin.
1-12
Mrs. Lyle (Mary Chapman) Watson P. O. Bo' 22, Westphalia,
IN 47596, Wish infor ..tion on NICHOLAS CHAPMAN, born 175B in 8altilore or Carrol County,
"aryland. BelieYe parents to be ROBERT CHAPMAN and Elizabeth TAYLOR. No dates for thel.
Children of Nicholas: GEORGE
CHAPMAN,
JAMES
CHAPMAN, ROBERT
CHAPMAN, born 1782 in North Carolina, JOSHUA CHAPMAN, JOHN CHAPMAN and
MARY CHAPMAN .."ied Hoil.
1-13
Frederick J. Henderson 1402 Francis Ayenue, Upland, CA 91781.:
Seeking inforlation on OT I S
ASHLEY
CHAPMAN believed to be the son of LYMAN
CHAPMAN Mho oas born January 2 180B in Neo London, Connecticut.
Ly..n the son of IRA
CHAPMAN. Otis born AprU 12 1839 in "edina County, Ohio, and .."ied Jerusha HARYEY.'
1-14
Al thea Eg Ie 29306 Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, "I 4B081: Seeking inforlation
on great grandfather WILLIAM CHAPMAN born Nay 71787 died October 10 IB21. near Old Toon,
"aryl and, Harried Elizabeth "CLAUGHLIN February 16 lB12. Especially interested in his parents oho lay
haye been in "aryl and, PennsylYania or West Virginia.
1-1 S
Leona Hei t sch 307 Arbor Lane, Webster GroYes,"O 1.3119: is looking for
infor..tion on the parents of JESSE CHAPMAN born 1800 sOleplace in Yeroont. She suspects he
is of Connecticut stock. Jesse larried Catherine CAR"AN and oent through upstate Weo York. Jesse finally
settled in Waterford, Oalland County, Michigan.
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1-16
Mrs. Walter D.
(Mary
Elizabeth
Chapman)
Bag .. ell 221B Hesse Road, Red Bluff, CA 9bOBO: Needs inforlation on JOHN CHAPMAN and his
parents.
John .as born January 23 lB40, possIbly In Ne. York. He died February IB 1907 in Lo.ell,
Hashington. He larrled Hannah "arle VAN HORN "arch 2 IBbb or b7 (Courthouse and records burned do.nl In
"acoob, "ichigan.
John .as in the Civil War.
Of the six children, it is knoMn that the fourth
TIMOTHY RANDALL CHAPMAN.as born in Genesse County, "ichigan in lB79.
1-17
Rev. Wallace WillisI13HestfieldRoad,Leesburg, BA 317b3: seeks
inforlation on falil', of HENRY CHAPMAN .hose .ill .as filed in IB22 at Oarlington, South
C"ollOa. First .ife.as Eli2ab.th ALLEN; second .ife.as Sarah BEE. Sons WILLIAM, ABNER,
and AMBROSE ca•• to Georgia and settled in "anon County prior to IB30. Postage and cost glady
reubu"ed.
1-18
Mrs. Patrick Wm. (Esther Jean Wells)
Beckham
5122A Goethe, st. Louis, "0 b3109: seeks inforlation on JOHN CHAPMAN born 1775 and died lB39.
He larried Elizabeth JONES October 19 179b in Orange County, North Carolina. JtRN IS RHRRt OF TNt
INFORRRTION IN [lSI[ tDRONDS BOOK.
1-19
Mrs. Jean Beckham (see abovel: Her husband also has a Chaplan ancestor.
All they kno. about hlO is fro. a book by J. Bilbert Lay: 'BOONE CHAPMAN larried Anna RAINEY.
Children: JONES;
DABNEY larried "ary FREE"AN; JOHN and WILLIAM unlarried.
EARL .arried Florence HA""ONSj and DOE CHAPMAN oarried 6race HA""ON.'
1-20
Lena E. S .. eet 4559 Oarbey Road, R 2, Saranac, "I 4BB91: needs inforlation on
father of PETER CHAPMAN. We kno. he .as JOHN R. CHAPMAN born about 1797 in
Ne. York.
His lothers first nale .as Charlotte. Peter, .ho lived and died in Ne. York, larried Oinah
BARRETT.
1-21
MS. Roberta M. Chapman 495 Yeagy Road, Breen.ood, IN 4b142:
is
looking for inforlation on the too sisters of her great grandfather ROBERT COVERLE I GH
CHAPMAN .ho .as born January 15 \B48 in Blasco., Scotland. He larried "ary B. PHILLIPPI January 4
19B3 in Piqua, Ohio, and he resided in "arion, Indiana. His father .as CHARLES CHAPMAN
born about IBll or 12 in 6lasco., Scotland, he died January IB IB59 in East Hartford, Connecticut.
He
la'ried Alison LAING .ho also .as born in Blasco.. The sisters about .hol inforlation is sought are
AGG I E CHAPMAN KEENY and MARY CHAPMAN GR I SWOLD .ho .ere Jos! in
Connecticut and Pennsylvania in the 1990's.
1-22,
Mrs, Si dney S. (Moll yl ou Ball) Stoddard 22915 75th
Ave. H., Edlonds, HA 99020: needs inforlation on CL I NTON CHAPMAN and his parents. Clinton
.as born IB20 in Ne. York. He larried Felicia S. HARD in Indiana, probably about 1947.
Clinton's son
BURT HARD CHAPMAN (Iaybe Alburtus), loved .est, larrying in Utah and residing in Idaho.
1-23
Dr. Er v inN. Ch apman 3bOl Oavis Street NW, Washington, DC 20007
desires inforlation on GEORGE WASH I NGTON CHAPMAN born Septelber 29 1903 in Bill,
Halpshire, "assachusetts. He died Decelber 23 1983 in "ilford To.nship, Defiance, Ohio.
He larried
Narcissa HOPKINS Oecelber 31 IB22.
1-24
Mrs. George A. (Betty Jeane Jones) Snell Route I,
Box 4744, Wheatland HY 32201: needs help .ith MARTHA CHAPMAN born Oecelber 12 1779 and died
January IS IBbl in Ne. CUlberland, Nest Virginia. She larried John YAN SHEARIN6EN. Her father lay have
been GEORGE
CHAPMAN .ho ..rried Johanna LEMASTERS. Any inforlation on "artha and
her failly .ould be appreciated.
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1-25
M.. s. Ha .. old G.
(Da .. la D. Vogel) Davis 1 Marbler Lane,
Hilton Head Plantation, Hilton Head Island, SC 2992B: lould like inforoation on the parents of JOHN
C. CHAPMAN born April lB20 in Tennessee and died Nove.ber 13 1902 in North County, Nissour;, He
.arried ORPHA RIGGS CHAPMAN August 20 lB43.
David L. Skinne .. 376N Central
CHAPMAN born "ay 3 IB25
infor.ation on DANIEL
about lB60. He .arried Lydia BLACK June lB lB4B. Dave believes
Thooas MADE of Cha.paign County, Ohio.
It is possible
CHAPMAN Iho .arried a Nary.
1-26
Avenue, Oviedo, FL 32765 desires
probably in Ver.ont. Dave thinks he died
Lydia, after Daniel's death, .arried
that Daniel las the son of SIMON
1-27
M.. s. Ha .... y N. (GI adys Al ta Chapman)
Deyo BOB
Church Street, Ply.outh, "I 4B170: needs infor.ation on JOHN CHAPMAN born about 1750 Iho
.arried Nargaret T. John had a son RANDALL CHAPMAN born 17BB in Ontario County, Nel York
and died in Oakland County, Nichigan.
Ralph H. Ping .. ee 1037 N. Ja.estoln Road, Apt B, Decatur, GA 30033: seeks
infor.ation on HANNAH CHAPMAN died Septeober 2 1776 in ROlley, Nassachusetts. She .arried
Thooas PINGREE Dece.ber 13 1766. She .ay have been the sister of MARY CHAPMAN Iho .arried
Aaron PINGREE Narch 14 1767.
1-28
Dav i d A . Po .. t wood 1104 Ousley Place,
Nacon GA
infor.ation on ELI ZABETH CHAPMAN Iho .arried John Tho.as HILL.
31210: NOuld like
She las born August 16
IB16 in Marren County, Georgia, died April 29 190B in Narren County, and .arried Hill there January 14
lB4B.
1-29
1-30
Ea .. 1 L. Duvall 2345 Fay Drive, Atlater, CA 95301: lants to knol .ore about
WILL I AM G. CHAPMAN born Oece.ber 13 lB29 in that part of Virginia that later beca.e Mest
Virginia. He died in June 1903 and is buried in Bible Grove "issouri. He .arried Nary Jane JOHNSON April
20 IB52 in "ason County, Mest Virginia.
1-31
M.. s. Jay G.
(Ma .. y Jacobsen) Mi I te .. 4012 Holly Hill Road,
Lake Charles, LA 70605 desires infor.ation on JOHN CHAPMAN born IBOO in Kentucky. He .arried
Helene NARNACK February 17 IBI9 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He las residing in Lafayette Parish, Loui.iana
at ti.e of IB50 census.
1-32
M.. s. A .. thu..
Ph i l l ips 623B Lupton, Dallas,
O.
(Ma .. y
Kathleen
TX 75225: need. inforoation on THOMAS
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CHAPMAN born
Nove.ber 3 IB03 in Orange County, North Carolina. He died Narch 20 IB72 in Narion County, Illinois.
He
.arried Rachel GARRISON. Their son, JOHN W. CHAPMAN las born October 23 IB37 in Robertson
County, Tennessee.
Delo .. es McDonald 5975B Harrell PI, Ft. Polk, LA 71459, lould like
inloroation on WI LEY CHAPMAN and his father JOHN CHAPMAN. Miley las born about
1795 in South Carolina. He died Oece.ber IB34 in Rankin County, Nississippi.
He .arried Elizabaeth
NILLIANS Nove.ber 27 IBIS in St. Ta••any Parish, Louisiana.
1-33
M.. s. Leona .. d A <Dolo .. es Sullivan) Gano 413 Cross
Nazareth, PA lB064 says: 'I could not put in the date or place 01 birth of our S I LAS
P. CHAPMAN, but did put it in lith question larks, as ""at I have I a' not sure of. Also I have
not been able to find his date or place 01 death, but it see.. to have been in Clayton County, lOla. I do
hope so.eone lill have inlor.ation on hIS life, Naria Antoinette SHOENAKER, so.eti.es oritten as
Antoinette Naria, and her date and place 01 birth,' She thinks Silas las born in Nel York. He .arried
Antoinette Narch 13 IB49 in Nedina County, Ohio. She las probably born August I IB3B in Pennsylvania and
died August 14 1906, buried in Arlington, IDOl.
She shols the father of 5i las to be LUMAN
1-34
Hill Road,
CHAPMAN.
7
NILl!AII CHAP"AN
lbS7 1 - nee 18 1699
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REBECCAH CHAP"AN
HA!lllAH LESTER
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SAlWEL CHAPIlAN
-Nov 2 1758
BETIlIAH
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JOSEPH CHAPIIAII
1667- Jun 10 172~
JERE"IAH CHAPIIAN
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JONATHAN ~IlAPIlAN
SCLOIION CHAPIIMI
"ARY CHAPIIAN
1691­
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DBADIAH CHAP"A"
SAllIIEL CHAP"AN
DA.IEL CHAPlUlN
ICHABDD CHAP"AN
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CATHARINE .ENT.DIUH
SARAH CARYER
ABIGAIL CLOTHER
(ur'"1!d Sell 7 17071
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(umed lIiIF 22 17131
lurried Jul
172'3)
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SARAH CHAP"A'
JD.. CHAP"AIl
JASDN CHAP"AN
JAI1[S CHAF"AN
ABNER CHAP"AN
HPPDRAH CHRP"RN
GIDEON CHAP"AN
DHl6HT CHAP"AN
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Dec 7 171&Jan 31 1719/29
"ar 5 1722Apr 22 172~Jul 16 172&Oct 16 1728­
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BETHIAH CHAP"AII
LUCRETIA CHAftlAN
-Dec. 10 1780
(IiIrri,d liar 10 11m
{Iarried Apr 10 1740i
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BETHIAII CHAPMN
Feb 27 1744-
SARAH CHAPIIAN
ft.i1V 1'3 1745-
THE BDOK ENDS THIS BRANCH (JOHN
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JOHII CHAP"1Ul
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B£THIAH'Si NITH TilTS 6EMERATJOM.
TNOIIAS CNAP"AN (bin)
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JASON CHAP",," it,inl
Feb 20 1749-
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Wr L L I A P1 CHAP P1A N
Early Settler of
(1 b 5 7)
F AM I L Y
New London Connecticut
ROSNELL CHAP"AN
Chart WX-AA
"a'l' 27 1751-
CAN YDU ADD TO AMY OF THE IVIlE "EIIBERS OF THIS LAST 6ENERAT1l1tt'l?'l'l
AllQll!it 1983
Pleas!! s!!nd ~orrl!c.tions and i1ddltiofl\ to:
Gilbert K. Alford, Jr.
14~3 Klng!iford Drlvl!
F:onssanl, liD 63~:1
~at~
TH[
'er thIS chart lias fdracted trol:
·~NRP,'/IH FtI~.~~:
)' the
Bv Rev. F. N.
~tsalldi~i,s ~f R,be~t
Cha~un.
185'
CilaUdn
Second Generation
Genealogical
Notes
of
WILLIAM CHAPMAN
One of the Early Settlers
of
New London,
Fr~,·m (UP.~M F~.ILY,
rv~lt.tld
Connecti~ut
Deri ved frail
CU· 1854. BY Rev F• •• Ch.,un.
11tll d.ta subJlt(ed b, firiolH
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Ai. the cOllenctl.nt of these researches it lias supposed tha~
IlIliial Cllapun, of Nell london, light be a near relativ. of Robert Chaplan
of Say-Brook, but on further investigation, no evidence has been found that
they lIere I'lnSlen. It IS not k.nolln frol whenu ~iHull cale. He apptars
first \In the Nell London records, in 1657.
In th. book o~ tOln grants, apptars the Illolling: "Willial Chapun hath
qiven hil thirty ukers of upland bounded tOllards the sOl!th 11th IIr.
Douglas hIS land, and lOllards the east IIlth the slall broot. that leads to
Jordan River, and tOilards the north IIlth Arkaubuhe lIeadol, and tOllards the
Ift'st lIith a ledge of roell's alld a tree urked on lour SIdes."
The abovr
grant lias ude at a leeting In IH3.
At a tOlln-leetinq, August 15, 1691, It las "Voated that IIhereas ~illial
Chapun had torlerlv allo"ed hll by the tOlln three pounds for his S1!.ton's
place by the yeare, they no" add forty shillings lore and order hi. five
pounds per year for sweelling the leeting IIouse and galleries and ringing
the bell."
He died the 18th of Decelber, 1699.
The follolinq IS a copy of his llill presentl!d in the court of probate
500n after his decease. It furnlsheds the only tlue to the nailS 01 hIS
children, as they are not recorded In the tOlln recordo;:
"The last Will and Teo;talent o~ Willi .. Chaplin, o~ N,1I London.
"I lIillial Chaplan of Nell London o;enior, being sic~ and lIeak of bodY,
but thrttl the goodness of God, In perfect lelory and 1I00d understanding, do
uke this Iy last ~Ill ind 1I!stalent revoking and lahng void all others:
first I rnine up Iy sale to Sod IIho gave it and Iy body to the ground to
be buried decently and handsolely, and IIhat of the thingo; of this 1I0rld 60d
hath grasassly given Ie I dupose of as lolilleth, first J 1I111 that all IV
just debts be honestly dio;charged and payd, and as to Iy ~uneral charl~e5 I
IIi II that they be discharged ne~t.
"!tel, I give unto Iy eldest san John Chap lan, a double portion of Iy
estate.
"!te., I give unto IY son Wllliaa hIS equal proportioll Ilith his
brothers alloling John his double portion as afore of IV estate,
"rtel, r give unto Iy son Saauel his equal proportion of IV estate lith
his brothers allo.iog his eldest brother John as aboveo;ud.
"ltel, I gi~e to Iy son Jerellah Chaplan hiS equal proportion of .y
estate lIith his brothers allolling John as abovesaid.
"!tel, I giv. to Iy son Joseph Chaplan an equal proporl1on of Iy estate
IIlth his brothl!ro; aHo.ing his eldest brother as aboyeuid.
"!tel, I give unlo Iy ho daughters, Sarah and Rebl'ccah, itll the
utensils and loyeable household sluff, lithin or that belongs to ye house,
lD be equally divided beheen thel; ne~t I .ill that Iy son Jereliah, if he
please l have Iy house and hale lot, paying oot to his brothers the ieyeral
legasys I have given thrt bv this IV last ~ill and Testa.ent. I appoint IY
o;on Jere.iah Chaplin to be the ~~!Cutor of this Iy last ~ill and Testalent,
in .itness .hereof r have here set to IV hand and seal this first day of
Apri I 1669.
his
'111llAII W CKAP"AII
lirk
IIi tneius,
John Plllttl
Sreene PIUlb,"
Frol the records of lhe court of probate, it appearl that he Ii y~ oyer
thirty years alter liking his Iill, The inventory of his estate 'Us
exhibited in court, (the appraisal bearing date January 2, 1669-70,)
atounting to L2U O~. 6d.
According to the lill, he had seven children.
.9
John Chaplan, born Ilovtlber 165'3, lirried Sarah ----,
i.
5ix sonsi
'3
ii.
Willial Chaplin Jr .. (If uti"te blrtll to be J65')1
larried Hanl'lah Lester aboot 16~(l, four childrtnl
iii.
Saluel Chaplan, born i655, died Noveaber 2 1758 agH 93,
4
larried ~et~iah
• eight children;
5
H.
Joseph Chap.an, born 1667, died Junl! IQ 1125. larried
"arey
JUlie 10 1725, I!lght children;
6
v.
Jt'l'fliah Chaplan, born 1670, died Se,tflbtr
1755,
larried Hannah
~, eight children;
VI.
Sarah Chiiplanl
vi i.
Rebeccah Chaplan.
It is not knolln tht Sarah and Reb.ccah Chaplin lere tarried. "John
Lellis and Sarah ChAplan IIl!re presented to the court in 1670, for sitting
together on the lord's day, IInder the apple tree in 600daan Ctlaplan's
orchard. "
Third Generation
JOHN CHAPMAN
2~
John, o;on of lIilli .. Chaplan, the settler, .ao; born Novl!lber 165'3
and lie died after lIay 1748. He larrled a lady IIhot;l! Chno;tian nile us
Sarah. It!! reloved to Colcheo;ter, probablv In the year 1706.
Ke deeded
property, April J5 1106 in the tOlln of Colchester to his broth!r llilHal of
Hell London. »e lIao; liVing at Colchester in lIay 174~ Ihen it
obwrved
that he 1I0uid be 95 years old nnt Novelber. Of course, he lias born in
1I0veiber 165'3. There are deeds of lands on Colchester records to si. 50110;,
and IIhether he had daughters, does not appear.
1.
John Chaplan l larried Sarah Carver 5eptettler
1707,
7
nine children;
11.
Willi .. Chaplin;
8
iii.
Obadiah Chaptan, died 1161, four childrenl
IV.
Sallle1 Chapun, tllree childrenj
9
10 v.
Daniel Chaplin, urried Cathari.ne Ilentworth "arch 22
11('3\ helve childrl!flj
II VI.
Ichabod Chaplan, lirried Abigail Clother July
112'3,
si. childrl!f\.
II.,
WILLIAI1 CHAPI1AN
:5.
Willial Jr, son of lIillial Chaptan, the settler, liS born ;about
1654, probably in MtII London, Connecticut. He lirried Hannah Lester about
1690. Hannah .as the daughter of Daniel Lester.
~illiat
itnd Hannith
suppoo;edly settled in 6rotDn, Connecticut. Thl!ir children lIere:
12 i.
llillial Chaplan, horn lIarch 1691, ..rried "ercy Stoddard
In 1717, ten childrenj
1'3 ii.
Jonathan Chapun, reloyed to COlchester, and is SliPPOSed
had a talilV of children, but no record of thel bas btln found. Hl' appears
in a deed to Ichabod Chaptan, Septl!lber 29 116'3;
iii.
Sololon Chapun, urried itnd had a falilV o~ tllehe
children;
iv,
"ary Chaplan, .hrther she litrritd or not i. uncertain.
SAI1UEL CHAPI1AN
4.
SaIllel, son of ..illial Chaplan, the settler, .as born 1655 and he
died Noyelber 2 1758 at th!! age of
He lirried a lady lIhose CIIrlltian
nale .Ias 8ethia~. He resided in whal is called the Cohantic District, and
preYlous to hIS decease, conveyed his 1I0.estead to his his son NathitnitL
He and Bethiah had the follo.inQ children:
14 i.
Salue1 Chapun, born JUI\I! 27 IbB9, urried Dina Kitch
f1,)rch 8 1122, eleven childrenj
15 ii.
Robert Chaplin, born October 2k 1691, lirried Lucretia
______ , ho childrenl
iii.
Joseph Chaplan, born June 20 1694;
iy.
Joanna Chapun, born July 4 16911
16 Y.
Peter Chaptan, born lIay 1'3 1700, eshte .as settled July
31749. ho rhildrtlll
17 vi.
Thain Chaplin, born JlIne I 1702, died 1789, larri!d
IIISS Steadlitn about 1728, tight children;
vii.
Rebecca Chall"n, born Decelber 161704;
yill.
Bethiah Chaplin, born April 6 171l.
n.
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PERSON YY: ANCESTlIR} PAREMT
3
1
GRAND PARENT
I SRT GRANDPARENT
Robtrt Coytrlei,h'
1848
Scotland
lundtr
1840
Me
Itillial Welch
1869
John Itiliial
En,lud
Ella Juli.
1860
III
LTC YIClOR E. CLARK Noh: Not sure about tht ljtneration or the
rtlationlllip.
30
R08ERTA II. CHAPIIAM
25
THOMS C. CHAPIWt
26
THOIIAS R. CHAPMN
27
ItILllAII CHAPIIAII, JR.
28
""RV LOU CHURCH
Robtrt C"arlu
IIl07
1M
Charln IIcDoMlI
1896
CA
lIilliai Erntst
1930
11'1
Itillm R.
1906
"
C"arln Robert
1884
llH
Rufus
181111
HC
Itill i a. n i Hard
190\
(A
John Iryin
1867
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DOROTHV CORII¥£LL
1I
RAlIIONO F. CRA88E
n
OARLA YOGEL DAYIS
:)3
llarion L.
1876
Gertrude
1898
"ary Frances
1912
I'
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lIilliu Syhester
1834
011
Richard Jolin
Enljland
1873
John Ptrry
186'
"
TKED FRAMCES DELP
"IIDRENE DENNEY
35
-..
-..
SLADYS DEYlI
3b
IIILlIS II. DIIIIlICI:
37
CARRIE OOl)LEY
38
EARL L. DUYAll
II
INEZ ERTlJII
"ELSIE [OmS
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Floyd IJllllIII
18'59
"
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"-the layada
1874
11
Randall
1788
"
"..
Charles F.
Clarenct
1878
"
liAS. Y. C. ELliS
43
DORIS FOIlSYTH
.
ItERlE E. FOX
IIl1
'5
hrtha Rob~t
IIl1
186'
John Orr
I~
IlO
Jalts EII•.,dl
1850
'5
lIillia.6.
1829
Cahin II.
IIARSHALL K. 6ARD11ER
"
Micheln
\7'58cI
7
'5 GRT GRIIMDPAREHT
Eliltird Edllarlls
1812
SC
Ilillill
1787
Eliiall Gtorge
1827
NY
Sophia
1839
Al
10
11
B SRT GRANDPARENT
John
IBI3
AI.
Elij.h
1779
se
Giles
IHB
"
Gi Jes
1702
John C.
1820
G. J.
185P
John
1750
Chapman Direct Ancestors
"
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lIalph "
Ib'57"
IIA
Au~u~t lqe~
SA
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Thruhley
1712
Jtrusba
1790
Ptter
IBOI
CT
ltyi
1740
CT
ThoIas ?'
l!yi
"08
CT
Joseph
1673
John
CT
1644
CT
Robtrt
1616
Enlliand
John
"
llH
John
I~'
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Not C!rtalll about the rl.'latlDPship or generation.
Ayis
Ibl~
Eng! and
Allce
1'511ca
EnolaM
R!ub!n
CT'
1133
CT
John
",ry
17B4
Lunn
Siln P.
DH
6RT SRANDPARENI
El\qla"d
lalldock (ladal
DH
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LINEAGE TABLE
Richtl
1787
Ellen A.
18'54
~
7 GRT IiRI4HDPARENT
Th!lIlIS
Nott:
Loucinda
1834
Adelia
IB30
B
6 GRT GRIIMDPIIRENT
1831
IlARGAREl FREUIl£JtIIERG
IJ
6
4 SRT GRAMOPARENT
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(FOI HAS litO CHAPIIAII LIMES)
"LEOIlllRD A. 6ItMO
5
3 GRT GRAMDPARENT
Charlts
\811112
Scotland
Holta
Joshll'
1820
Me
IB02
IIC
IIi II i II Henry
Austin BI!nJi.an
Rebecca
1824
AlTHEA E6t.E
"
Aaron R.
1815
Geor,e
1804
011
Richard (John)
En,1 and
lindsey POI!
1849
,
2 SRT SRRtlDPAREIIT
"
JDhn
1750 (beforel YA
NY ?
6EMERATHIMS BACK }}} I
PERSOII YV:AItCESTOR ,} PARENT
1
GRAND PARE NT
ROBERT SOODDIIIG
"
SAIIUEL E. GOODENOUGH
5.
THELIIA GOODLET
Ebba Lou
t8U
51
LYLE GOV1S
Al
l
1 8RT GRANDPARENT
•
2 GRT GRANDPARENT
Joannl!
1821
HUQh
Elbl!rt IildtrllODd t
Al
5
J GRT GRMlDPARENT
GI!IlI"QI!
Willial
1747
t124
lIo~ert
Julia
1787
1757
tlorn an Undl!nlOOd l rhanqed nail! to Chaplift.
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GUS 6RA¥
Lillian IIyrUe
1887
AA
51
57
DIAN GUSTAFSOII
l>,)
59
PHYLLIS GUTOIISKI
5'
LLOYD HAll
!O
~l)JIn
II.
1855
IIIJ
IIl!lhnQton
1822
1M
B
6 6RT GRANDPARENT
9
7 GRT GRANDPARENT
B Gill GRANDPARENT
RO~l!rt
O~eiliatl
John
Ihlhu
1734
Saluel
1741
"81
"0
Lenard
1837
IA
Thain
1795[1
"
Edllard
16H
IIelvin 6eorqe
1914
llilberh
Ash!r
1987
~.ilthltl
IA
Wie Cordl!lia
1863
"0
Edllin
1821
Carri!!
19!2
"I
1790
Reuben
~?
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1M
Cyrus
1788
ROlu
Sarilh linn
1847
PA
IIosl!s Rush
1821
PA
john
1194
PO
hrOl1, Jr.
1145
IIary Alln
1844
IIIJ
IIi II ii, 8ntns
1840
IIIJ
lIi1lili Mashin9ton
1782!J
lIil1 i II, Jr.
1819
~ohn Ghenan
1811
John?
IIi 11111
1793
Ih IIi II
kY
Danil!l, Jr.
1785loefortlVA
C1
Plary
1782
Uriah
1731
Jonatllan
1722
"
"
John
18J3
'1
lutv
1800
Jessie
l800
Plali Ida
18!2
IA
Oh!l Ashley
18J9
OM
"YI
Uriah
1758
Cl
"
Ihllial 11
Ib82
MA
ih lila. I
Aaron
1718
Josl'ph
CT
Ib8~
Cl
Jonatllan
JOflilthal'l
1147
Eleilnor S.
180b
SC
VA
SC
Atl~lJs\ llj'~~
MA
SU\JI!I
1654
EtI...rtl
Robert
CT
Joseph
1624
CT
C.pt. John
"'
England
~obert
1673r~
Hlbel
Al i re !IGRT GPARElll
Rl'brrca
lbt7
Enlliantl
Altundfr 13 6SP
"
Lilian
"
Dl!nilha
1806
Jonph
I77b
Notl!: Not surl! about relatlonSlIl1!
or ql!nl!ratlon
Chapman Direct Ancestors
Thotas
Orville M.
1846
MI
70
11
GilT 6RANDPAIIENT
LINEAGE TABLE
A.
1775u
Ann
JOYCE JlJI\II
!.
PlARY JOHIlSDII
GENEVIEVE JONES
71
C81111 C. KELLEY
72
Englanll
1I0h: Not sure about generatIon or relationstllp.
~olln
PA?
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Ib53
RI
John l.
1~
7
5 6RT GRANDPARENT
Enoch ??
IIary
BILLIE HARDY
!I
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<jlscontent. lake trouble ~bout this 1'1' Ilill, thitt thrn thrv sh~ll forfeltt
ano:! loose IIhat I have herein bequeath~d unto thel or hll, unto thel that
~t.all be so lolested by thel.
[1'1 Iitneu that tJ~ 151'1 last
lid I ~nd
~estalent,
! IIHe hear'! unto put Iy han~ itnd seale, t~l~ 9th of Aprl1,
IbIS.
EDtjARO CIlAP~AN,
urI:. and seale.
Sv~'!d and sealed alld publlShl!d b~ EdwlIrd Chapun, to be his last lilli,
III prE-sell(f' ~f us,
~05'S Plngry, Sen'r,
Robert lord, Stn'r.
Proved Aprtl W. 1678.
THE FAMILY OF EDWARD CHAPMAN"
A Gralltee of IIlSllIlCh, 115 .. III IbU.
\DerIvl!d frol the 1878 bool by Re. Jacob Chaplill ~ Dr W. 8. laphal l
F1rst
Generation
1"
Edllard anO' ~ary (SYlond5~ Chapun. of Ip511Hh, Ill. [n hll lut
days, Edurd Chapl<ln had sOle trouble lIith hiS son, Natltanl~1. "ark
SVIOIlllS, hiS father-In-Iall, hid left lIith hll, in trust, urtaln lands,
Ihah It~t to bl! gIven to Ilu children Ilhen the" bee ale of aQe. fn Stilt.,
1677, aUH he had given John sOle reat estate. Nathaniel sued hIS father
for hiS share of th, Ittacy left by his grandfather 5Ylonds. 9~ lulu~l
consent, 'Dea, "05es PIllgry and Sylon Stacy of IpSIlICh,
and Erekltl\
Northeand, of ROIII'!y,' lIere chosen to dl~lde that land Into five tqual
parts, nd lIathanlel liaS to choose "his share, accordlll~ to his birth.'
SOle of the other children left th!.'lr sharts In poStsllon of tllelr father
ttll hu deat~. IIhen he lade his 1111, April 9, 107B, he gave NathanIel
another equal sharr, and alldtd, ""I' lIil) is that all 1'1 clllldren be
satlshed 11th that [ have done for tht•. And if any of thel 5hall,
t~rough discontent, like trDublt .bout tllis, IY 1111 15 that they 5hall
forfeit and lose Ilhat I have htuin btqllllthed to hll or thel." They had:
2
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Sllon (or 5ylondsl Ch,plan t born Ib43, died AUQ 25 1735,
aarried l1ary BrueTj
01.
Natllinlel Chaplan, larrud Decelbrr 30 1674 liar '1
Wilborn. called thl! dall9hter of Andre. Pettfs. Mathanal laS a carpenter,
and is said to han di'd Jul" 2 1691;
Ill.'
lIity Chaplan, lartled January 24 1676 John Barrv;
IV,
SUllel Chaplin, born 1654, died January 26 1722, urried
"ay ·16 161B Ruth !n,a1s1
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John Chaplan, died 1677, IitrlM Septtlbtr 30 1675
Rebecca 51Hrr.
EDWARD CHAPMAN
Edllard C~,jpr1all, liller, of [1l51l1Ch, IS said to have COle frol tht
Ilorthel!st of Ellgland, /lot far IrOI lIull, III Yorkshlrl!. The probability of
thIs tradition I~ s~pported bv the facts tlla!. others frol the sale nClnlty
of the nile. rh~Ptan, ar" rl!corded, n reeollended by their parISh prIests
to be Il!lbers et: th! Episcopal Ct\t'~Ch, and 50 lIere perlltted by '.he
authOrities to lphe the country, Edllard Chaplin and the P~rltans of that
perIod could not e~pl!et such peral5Slon.
Ht 15 said to h,lYe landed In Boston. In 1042 he urntd fIrst.
l1arl', daughter IJf ""r~ SYlonds, the lot her Of his tHI! chlUren. 5he died
JUIl 1(1, 1658, and hI! larrled second, Dorothy, daughter of Aahard Slain,
and III do. of Thola~ Abhott of R!!lllev, lIlho survIved hll. He died April 18,
1676. He sel!ls to have been an IndustriOUS, energetlc, chrlstun un, Ilhtl
acciJlulated 50ae property, and preferred to keep It in hl~ olin hands till
he sail hOIl his children 1I0uid ta~e care 0; thl!Jr olin earnings.
lie lias
cautious, flrl olnd deCided In hIS opInIons.
WILL OF EDWARD CHAPMAN,
Fr.
SEN~
~ecofdJ
of Deed' Ioc •. EHI!I Co" laB •• )
Ip.llllc~ Series. c. 4, p. 169
)
In the nale 0; God, Ann, [t Edlurd Chapaan of Ip5l1ich, In the county
of Essel, beIng .eake 01 liDdy, but through the leTCy of 60d, InlOying 1'1
understanding and lIelory, do like and ordain this 1'1
last lIill
and
testuenL
Ilpril15. I call1tt 1'1 soule Into the hands of
Jnu! Chrlst.
II'
ble5!i1!d SavjOllr and Redult!r, in hope of a joyful resurrtrhon IInta life,
at tilt last dil, IY body to deunt buriall. And for 1'1 OIlt.,r!! Ktate, God
Ilath graciously ll!nt unto Ie, I dispose as follolleth; viz.
III' brlovrd
lill!, there bl!lng a covenant and contract beheen us, upon larriaql!, Iy
11111 15 that it bl! hlthfully fUlfilled, henty pOUllds of that contllned in
the covenant, to tlr In such hou5ehold goods as she shall dui". jllsa 1'1'
IIlll 15 that IV beloved Ilife Dorothy Chaplin shall have the uSt of thr
parlour end of the hause, both upper and 10ller roolt!s, .\th the little
cellar that hath lo~~ and key to it, lllth free liberty of the ovtn, alld
lIell of Ilater, Ilith ten good bearing frilit tren near that end of thl! hOllse
Mch. 5he 15 to like use of, to havl! thr fruit off thel, aho the garden
plot fenet in h"loll the orchard, and onl! guarter of the barne, at thl!
farther end frol the ltou5e, also to h"vr tile ljoelng of one COil In the
pasture, and all during tht tilt! 5he doth Ttlilne 1'1 IIlddoll. [Dorot~v
Chaplin J. Jj Nev •• 1678, flrchelaIJ5 loedun Di Nl'Ilbar,l
Ittl. III' son SYlon, havlnq alreadye don, for hil beyond IV other
Children, II' 11111 is that ht shall have thirty pounds payed hi I, by 1'1
executor, as follolflth, vi!., to bt p.ld five pound a year, to begin the
first fivr pounds three years after II' dec ene, and five every yeare, nnt
~ftrr. aM this to be his full portion. And for four
'OIlllds that
IS
cOleing to hll of hIS 6randhther SylQnd5' gift, Ihleh is yet behynd, IV
lill i5 th~t It shall be payed unto hil, out of that Sil aue lott lrelng
at Mattells neck, weh. lias his grandfather's, as It sh.H br prurd by
Indifferent len.
Itu. 1 giye and bequeath unto 1'1 son Mathanlel Cllaplan,
thirty
poond5, to be payed unto hia by 1'1 e.ecutor, by h ve pOllnd a year, the
first five pounds to be Piled three years after II' d,cease, and the relt by
fIve pound a year, the ne~t follolling years; and that to bt hIS full
portion,
Itel. I give and beglluth to Ir dallQllttf, l1arv, the IIlfe of John
Barry, the SUI at thirty pounds, to be payed unto her, by five pounds a
~nd
year, the first five pOllnds to be payed three years after II' dKease,
50 every year aHer, five pOllllds a year, unhll Jt be all payed. All the
afofeuyd Legacies to be payed In current coon try Pil, unto sd. children.
Also I give unto II' saVd daughter liarI', one coverlett that IS black and
yell c.I.
Itel. I appo~nt IV 50n, Salu,l. to be II' sale elKutor, of thIS IV
last Iii I and ttstutnt, and do qlve unto hll all II' house and lands jnd
chattels, he paying and ;Jerforllng .;.)1 II' lilli, unto 1'1 IltTe. and btlrthefs
and suter d above uprest, and ~15o all 1'1 debts and tuneral (lIar~es, I
S~y \ qive 'Jnto hU, I~ son Salu,,1 Chaplan. all the rest oi IV estate, both
reall and pe~~onall, 11'111111 further IS that all IV (hlldr"r, slult rest
satish"d IIlth Ilhat 1 !'Ia'!e done for thel, and" anv nl t~~1 shall throuQh
G
Second Generation
SIMON CHAPMAN
2"
Sllon (or SYloods), son of EdllTd .nd "an ISYlondsl Chaplan, Ilat
born 1641.
He lias a carp,nttr and IIrrird lIary, daughter of John Bruer,
Sen., of IpSIlHh, and had tllO children naled Ihl!n her father lade hls lill
in 16B4, She died February 23 1724; he dil!d AIIgu5t 25 1735, aged over 93;
the oldnt "tOlin-born child Ihtn lit ditd.' Thrir Childrenl
5
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.....- £dllard Chaplin, born lIay II 1669 in 1I011ey, tarried liar I'
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Iii,
IV.
Suon Chaplan, born and ditd July 2 1674;
John Chaplinj
liar '1 Chaplin, born March 12 1617
Born in IpSllich:
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Salue) Chaplan, born October 28 1680. IIrried Februaty 2
1701-4 Estrr Hirrlsj
VI.
•
Joseph Chaplin, born "arch 16B2, IiHled Frbruarv ~ 1707
______ Winlorth of ROllley;
VII.
Stephen Chaplin, born Octoller 10 16B~.
,
A;
SAMUEL CHAPMAN
Saluel, 50n 01 Edurd and liar I' ISYlondsi Chaplan, ..~ born 1654
and lias a llhHhriQht and h,.tf. He larned lIay 20 1678 RlIth, daughttr of
Saluel Inoals.
On the death of his father, Apnl IB, 167B, he liS
appointed, by thl! lill, "solr rueuttl' of the 1I111."
He took the
hOlestead, and us allOlled thrrt yrars to settle the estate, and then sil
years to pay the other hl!irs, in si_ innllil instaillents. lie then beeile
residuary legatee.
flis
SalueI las a Ian of pittv and InBu,nce In the cOllunity,
lIife, Rllth, dud in IP5llich, June 22 1700, and he soon reloved Illth his
children to North Mill in Halllton, and 5I!ttled on a place called Brulble
Mill, on the north side of the road to Strathal, Ihere he dled January 26
1722.
Continued on page 19
17
CONNECTZN8
CHAPMAN
COUSZNS
With yDur cDDperatiDn, Ie hope tD have thiS feature In each Issoe Df the nelshtter. It is here that
Ie ta,e pieces frD' several Chapples and/ar fro. Dther sDorces and prepare a co.posite sketch Dr
CD.pa"sDn Df infDrution. In .any ,nstances there Illl prDbably be SD.e dilleronces. We dD nDt intend
to Cf!ate any controversy, and Me .JII norlally gi~e no opinion as to the acclrat, version.
Inforution fDr the fDIIDling sketch CD.es fro. three Chapples. If you can add tD Dr CDrrect any
errDneous infDr.ation let us hear fro. vou. Likelise if you knD. of a published account Df this Chap.an
line, please send us the reference, or better yet, let us borrow the publication if yDo have a CDPY. The
three contributors to this shtch are:
Di an Gustaf son, .635 9uchngha. DrIVe, GladstDne OR 97027
Dixie Riley, 1308 West A, Joplin, ~004801
Mar j or i e Russell, 1445 Queen So••it Drive, West CDvina, CA 91790
REUBEN CHAPMAN, son of JOHNATHAN C. CHAPMAN and DDrcas CHUBB
las bDrn 1761 in AshfDrd, CDnnecticut and he died 1845 in Lcdi, OhiD. He .arried RhDda Pecl. TID Df
their children .ere:
A. LEV I CHAPMAN bDrn 1784 in AshfDrd, Connecticut and died in Ohio.
He .arried
Lucinda TURNER;
B. CYRUS CHAPMAN born Decuber 15 1788 in Cave.dish, Mindsor, Ver'Dnt.
He died
October 3 18.5 and is buried in West UniDn, Fayette, lOla. He .arried Jerusha Denison HOSNER October I
1819 in Seville, "edina, Ohio. She las the daughter of Willia. HOS~ER and Elizabeth BARKER and las born
Narch 8 1801 in South.ick, Ha.pden, ~assachusetts. TlO of their children lere:
I. DEWITT CLINTON CHAPMAN born Febroary 12 1826 in Harrisville,
"edina, Ohio, died ~arch 12 1912 in Ottertail County, ~innesota, buried Prj.ghar, lOla. ~arried Elilabeth
~ary KENNEDY January 1 1852 in Winslol, Stephenson CDunty, lllinDis.
2. ORVILLE W. CHAPMAN born August 10184. in Sharon, WahDrth, Misconsin,
died February 16 1890 at Lake
, lOla. He .arried Nargaret Ann SlftlNGTON August 1 1880;
lnfor.ation for the co.parisDn on the facing page ca.e fro. too Chappies and tID pUblished
The tlO Chapples lere:
Jean Snow BD' 507, Port Jellerson, NY 11777
Juani ta Hall Rural Route," Colu.bia City, IN 46725
sources.
The tlO published sources lere:
IB! DESCENDANIS Of ROBERI 'NAPIAI OR II! "APIA. IAIIlY written by Rev. F. M. Chap.an and published in
1854.
EIIARI CIAPIA', Of IPS.I", 'ASSACIUSEIIS, I' 1.44 Iritten by Rev. Jacob Chap.an and Dr. N. B. lapha.
and published in 1878.
The Dnly probable Callan ancestor in all four accounts is JOSEPH CHAPMAN, ~ut study the.
closely and you lill see several contradictions. He lould like your opiniDn as tD the cDrrect version,
.ell docu.ented or course.
YOUR
CHAPMAN COUSINS NEED
IF YOU HAVE
PLEASE,
CHAP~AN
SEND
HELP
DATA YOU HAVE NOT SENT TO US,
YOUR
18
DATA
AT
ONCE
JEAN SNON ACCOUNT
THE NElklRK FANILY lOOK 1854
JUANITA HALL ACCOUNT
WV
WV
WV
EOHARO CHAPNAN, ETC BOOk 1878
WV
R08ERT CHAPNAN
Ocl 1.24­
EDHARD ,HAPNAN
\I NARY
(Iarried Apr 29 1642\
SYNONDS
(urried 1&42)
V
m U AN ,HAPNAN
lILLIAN CHAPNAN
-~"
18 II"
-D!t tS 1699
~
'J
JOSEPH CHAPNAN
JOSE" CHAPNAN
16&7-JIJr) I'l 172S
Ib67- Jun 10 17:5
NERCY
NAm
llarrled
AARON
17(16)
V
Cd
V
SANUEL CHAPNAN
Nov 1.54­
RUTH [NBALLS
SANUEL ,HAPNAN
115Han 2. 1722
RUTH INBALS
lurried "ar 20 1678)
V
l.arried "ay 20 1678)
JOSEPH CHAPNAN
Apr I 1'8~-Jun 10
NARV llNEIffiR1H
JOSEPH CHAPNAN
Apr 1185­
'Iarried Feb 2
V
I72~
V
KEZIAH ROAO
AARON CHAPNAN, SR.
JuI 12 1718­
KE2IAH ROOO
(urrled Jul 24 17391
V
(urrled Jul 24 1139)
V
(iarried Jul 24 17Jql
Jul 12 li18­
I. EZEKiEL CHAPNAN
Ocl 2. 174I-Au9 27 1821
JERUSHA LEE
I.
Died unlarned
17~71
AARON CHAPNAN
JuI 12 1718­
KEZIAH ROOO
,~APNAN
V
V
ElEK IEL
Ocl 21 1741­
AARON CHAPNAN. JR.
Apr II 1745
SUSANNAH RUSH
(no lore on hil)
Connecting
O
Chapman
Cousins
See prevIOUS paQe
iurrled Det 14 17681
2. AARON CHAPNAN. JR.
Apr 11 I745­
2. AARON CHAPftAN
Apr II 1745­
Continued,
EDWARD CHAPMAN FAMILY
Second Generation
SAMUEL CHAPMAN,
Continued.
In "ay 1719 he presented to the [oun~il of Me. Hllpshire, ! petition fro. the North Hill people
for a leetlng-house, ett" In tneir part of the to-no The select.en of Ha.pton Mere present to oppos'
hili but the petition was granted. Owing, however, to so.e difficulties, the separate organization was
not cOlpleted till their .eetlng-house was built, and a church for.ed, on the 17th of Move.ber 173B, 50
he did not live to see hIS hopes acco.pli5hed. The ston, ov,r his grave says, ·Sa.uel Chap.an, died
Jan.20,1 122, in ye bBth year of his age."
The town of Nort~ Ha.pton was incorporated Mobe.ber 2b 1742. The pastor settled over thiS colony
was Rev, Nathaniel Gookin, son of the forler pastor of the old church in Hupton. They had:
~) i,
Sa.uel ChapIan Jr, born February 12 1679 Ipswich, .arried "arch 11 1702 Phebe Balch,
died April 21 1742;
B ii.
John Chap.an, born in Ip~wich, .arried "arch 10 1705 Dorothy, dauqbt,r of Ja.es and
Elisabeth Chase, died October t7 1705;
iii
Joseph Chap.an, born IpsMich April 6 1685 died un.arried in HalPton "arch 1750, He left
lands, etc" and his brother Job ad'10l5tered on the estate;
iv,
Ruth Chap.an, born Ipswich January 10 loB7, .arried
Eaton, and in 1750 receivld
her share of her brother Joseph's estate;
v,
Edward Chap.an, born in Ipuich died there October 17 1688:
vi,
l"Iary Chap.an, born lpsMich January 2 1691 dIed "arch 13 1740 in HalPton un.arried at
the age of 49;
9 vii.
Job Chaplin, born Ipswich about 1093 ..rried (11 ftary Chne and (21 Rachel Soss, dud
l?b~j
viii.
Ed.und Chaplan born Ipswiell about IbcH, He was a farler, in co.pany Mith his brother
Joseph, [I have a deed of .arsh land sold the. in 1725, bv Christopher Page, It was inherited by Job,
their nephew, __ J.C,l He died un.arried in Ha.pton, Februarv 20 1739, aqed 41,
JOHN CHAPMAN
John, son of Edwalld and l"Iary 15y.onds) Chap.an, larried 5eph.ber 30 Ib7~. Rebecca S'Ith and died
Ib77, Septelber 1 1671, hIS father gave hi. a house and lands, as h, said, lin
consideration of his
dutifulness to It and living with It to the day of date," &c" "dureing the terll of his naturall lift,
~nd to his son John Chap.an, after hi •• if he liveth to the age of 21 years," Two .onths after thiS
his
son John died, and th~ property fell. by the de,d. into th, hands of the MidoM, Rebecca, till the child
beeafle of age. TheIr son was~
4"
10
I.
Jo~n
Chap.an, borD
Jul~
7 Ib76 • • arrled October 1B 1702 Elizabeth Davis.
To be contInued· In a later Issue.
19
CHAPMAN
DATA
BANK
In each Issue oe oill publIsh one or lore pages frol our Chaplan data bank. Since oe are continually
adding to, and uking changes in, the dah bank, it oill never be cOlplete. We oill publish the file in
it's cOlposition as of the til. o. are preparing for publication.
In the listing that begins on the facing pa,e, oe have loaded lost of the pedigree sheets and falily
group sheets that you have sent us. N. have loaded SOl. of the additional data you sent but have loaded
f.o of the larger falily ltnes In total. We have not loaded, into this file, the oealth of inforlation
furnIshed available in the sev.ral books oe noo have,
The Inforlatlon just is not 100% accurate. Although oe have tried to k.ep our portion error free, Of
are bound to lake'listakes oith this luch data ohich is very difficult to proof-read. We knoo that sOle
of your source dah oas questionabl. and ohere it OaS obvious oe have tried to shoo it oith a "', If you
d.sire IDre inforlatlon Dn anv of the .ntries, or you oould like to knoo our source, just drop us a line
or give us a call.
This current listing is our 'A-file' and oe need to explain the colulns, Keep this handy for future
issues for oe oill not repeat this •• planation in subsequent issues,
CHAPP1AN NAP1E: This is the first and liddle nal! and/or initials of the principal
person ohose last nale is aloays CHAP"AM, The list is sequenced first by this coluln going alphabetical
bythefirst five characters or spaces. "iddle nal!S or initials have no
real bearing on the sequence. Mictoales and ilternative spellings are shoon in (I, If titles such as
REV or DR oere furnished, and if space perlitted they oere included.
BORN YP1D, P1ARD YP1D " DIED YP1D: These date colulns are essentially
the sale shooing dates of birth, larriag. and death. All are e.pressed by year then lonth and then day,
In a feo instances a Born date lay be a date of baptisl, but there is no oay to distinguish these. If you
provided a circa or about date then it is shoon oith a CA. If a date ..s expressed as 'before' it is
shoon oith a '(' follooin, the date and if it 0. . 'alter' a date it is follooed by a ')', Dates of birth
are essential to our processing so ohen one oaS not provided, oe estilated the date of birth using other
data avaihble, so use these oith extre.. caution, They are follooed by an 'P. Within each nale the
list is sequenced on the year and lonth of birth so that oe Can keep the entries in appro.ilate
chronological order for cOlparison and analysis,
WHERE BORN, WHERE P1ARR I ED ll< CITY ICNTY are all colulns
shooing places, All are shoon oith the state first follooed by the county or the city. Abbreviations and
shortened spelling oere used. The first too need no e.planation, but the CitylCnty does as it is uled to
identify a nUlber of places, These entries are aloays follooed by a lo.er caled letter ohich is a code to
indicate the event, They should be clear, but let us knoo if you need help. They generally are b=buried
Iborn is in the other coluon) d=died, o=oill, r=resided, c=census, etc,
SPOUSE: This n.eds little e.phnation, you Can I.e that they are I..t na.. fiflt.
If
there oas lore than one spouse the nUlber of the larriage foiloos the spouse's nale and they are arranged
in order,
PARENTS: It doesn't say so, but it should be obvious that these Me ahays Chaplans, Th.
father's nale and laybe liddle initial ar. shoon first follooed by the lother, and to the e.tent possible,
her laiden nal!, In uny c..es oe sacrificed her first nale and used an initial in order for you to see
her falily nale. Ablank in this coluln strongly suggests that the per.on on the I.ft il the dead-end of
sOleone'. Chaplan line, and they need your help.
GIVE
US
ADDITIONS
AND
CORRECTIONS
The listing is published to inforl you and to give you an opportunity to inforl us, and
anyone else seeking Chaplan inforlation.
20
through
u.
AB
AJ
A0
ABPI!EUA
A.
~.
A•• DR.
AARON
AARON
AARON JR.
AARON R.
AARON
ABEL
ABIGAIL
ABIGAil S.
ABIGAil S.
ABNER
ABNER
ABNER
ABNER
ABNER
ABNER
A8NER
ABNER T.
ABSOlON
RBSOlON
ACHAZA
ACHSAH
ADA ORillA
ADA
ADA
ADALINE
ADAN
ADDIE
ADELINE
ADELIA
ADELIA N.
ADELINE, N. NRS.
AGNES J tTl
AlBERRY
AlBERTIE BRADFORD
ALBERT
ALBERTA
ALBERT
ALBERT lEROY
ALBERTA
Al8URTUS
ALEX
ALEXANDAR
ALEXANDER
ALEXANDER O.
ALEXANDER
ALEXANDER
ALEXANDER
BORN YND NHERE BORN
SPOUSE
1878E
1857E
1875E
1845E
1864E
1804
NH
17180712
17180712 CT
17450411 CT
18150623 NY
1839
NY
1791E
NA
17b6E
1809E
18220713
1781E
1785E
17m
1801CA SC
180lCA SC
1805E
1824[1
18420624 GA
18330624 KY
TRAlAN. ANNIE H.
NElSH. NARY
HARDY, J. N.
E8NNANBER, d8SEPII
CONAN, N. E.
HAGER, NANCY
ROAD, KEZIAH
ROOD, KEZIAH
RUSH, SUSANNAH
SNlTH, JANE G.
18980116
18770205
18951221
18651114
18840310
ENERSON, JOHN
AOANS, OAYIO
HENRY T. TREYETT
CHAPNAN, ELIZABETH
THONPSON,ElIZABETH
lUNPKIN, lUCY
_______ , EllEN I
SNlTH, lUCINDA 2
BARRETT, ELIZABETH
HOLIDAY, NARTHA
178b1119
18291013
18410110
18010803
18010803
18170925
BRONN, NARY A. I
______ , JUDY 2
BETTIS, SANUEl
FORO, GEORGE N.
BUTTON, CHARLES
COTTREll, T. T.
18571109
19170109
18111012 TN NilSON
18581215 Al CLARK
18330624
~Y
NORNICH
NORNICH
ONTARIO
NED INA
??
OHIO
OHIO
1791E
1838E
1858
1876E
1889E
18360315 OH STAR
1792
1875E
0-1
1830 ~EOINA
18391008
1847EI
1839
KY BARREN
18m
18690125
18b9E
18m
1880E
18881031
1910E
I893E
1590E
1785E
1807E
1821CA
1821E
I857E
ENSlAND
PA BUCKS
NS
NS
NS
NE
NS
NT
HINDS
HINDS
NENTON
PAS9Y8TAK
PIKE
s'E.
18930727
17390724
17390724
JOSEPH. NERCY
JOSEPH ~ NARCY
AARON ~ KEZIAH
18861030 NI OAKLAND RANDAll. ORll
18621130 NO HAGTONd JOHN C• lYDIA
ANOS • ABIGAIL
18421124
ROOD
RICE
CROSBY
BURDICK
IN ORAN
19060411
PETER. HANNAH STOEll
KY NARREN
KY NARREN
GA JASPER
18641001 GA NARION
18250209 SA PIKE
18441213 GA UPSON
THONAS
18m
18m
GA NARI
GA NARI
~
REBECCA TODD
HENRY. ELIZABETH AllEN
HENRY ~ ELIZABETH AllEN
A8NER
EllIS
EllIS
19170109
~
~
~
EllEN
NANCY SOUTHARD
NANCY SOUTHARD
AARON R• JANE GSNITH
18960115 NS HINDS
STEYEN • JULIA BINNS
18510825 IN AllEN d GEORGE • JOHANNA A8ER
ANOS • ABIGAIL BURDICK
PERRY, RAY
__ J. t..
CROSBY, EXEURY
HAGEDORN, CHANCY
lEA, JOSEPH N.
1849
GOBER, NARTHA
NCClOUO,IYY NYRTlE
GOLDEN, lOUYENIA
ROSENAN, JERRY
HARDNAN, NARY
CARNTNE, AUDREY
FISK, CLARENCE
(SEE 8URT HARD)
KEYS, AlNEDA
18531225
18961219
18891010
18930219
19000817
19101030
19300305
19050114
~/
I
-
'1
'··.JOHN C. ~ lYDIA CROSBY
PETER • HANNAH STOEll
IB67022B NS JEFFERSON
NIlllAN JR • EllZ B.
GA KE KAlB
19430609
NS YAZOO
NS lEFLORE
NS YAZOO
ROSCO G• AI. THA NETCAlF
NS CALHOUN
19131012 NS JASPER
??
CARSON, NANCY
18050930
NADDlE, NARTHA
18270924
HANKINS, NARGARET 18450928
CLARKE, JANE A.
18410204
OTTINGER, NOlliE C 18770412
21
NilllAN B• SUSAN 81SBEE
KY
NC
NY
AL
TN
LOGAN
GATES
NE~RK
CLARKE
KNOX
18701113 NJ NENKARb
BORN
ALFRED J.
ALFRED SAUNDERS
ALICE
ALICE SUSAN
ALI CE J.
ALICE
ALICE B.
ALICE
ALICE
ALICE BEATRICE
ALICE ROllNA{l!NAJ
ALICE
ALLAN HORD
ALLEN
AL~A NAY
AL~EDA
ALTA CORDILLA
ALTA CORDILLA
ALTER CLYDE
ALTHA
ALVIN, DR
ANANDA
A~ANDA C.
ANANDA
ANANDA
ANANDA J.
ANANOA
ANANDA
ANASA L.
AN BROSE
ANBROSE
ANBROSE
ANBROSE
ANBROSE
MELIA B.
ANELIA
ANERICA A.
ANOS
MOS
ANOS SNAN
ANOS S.
ANOS T.
ANOS, JR.
ANY BEATRICE
ANDERSON
ANDERSON
ANDREN
ANDREN 12NDl
ANDREN
ANDREN, JR.
ANDREN
ANDREN J.
ANDREN JACKSON
ANDREN JACKSON
ANDREN J.
ANDREN JACKSON
ANDREN NG
ANDREN HUGH
Y~O
NHERE BORN
16660729 TI HOPKINS
IB720406 CN QUEBEC
1630E
ENGLAND??
IB530103 IN ~ADI
1655E
IB5B0923 NO ~ARCEL!N
16641106
IB65E
1873E
18860114 TI HOPKINS
18870506
19021229
18510330
IBI3E
19061129 or CONETA
IB27E
19041127 OK CONETA
19041127 OK CONETA
18981130
19000223
1876E
1827E
1638E
1841E
1848E
1865E
1866EI
1898E
16571208
1766E
1793E
lBOOE
SC?
1622EI
1833EI
lB20E
1661E
lB74
TI HOPKINS
17630907
16090612
1B20E
16510514 CT PLAtNFLD
IB56E
1764E
IBB30614
1602E
1610EI
16760424 CT NENL
16661001 CT NENL
17160,19
1749E
1603
KY BARREN
1606E
18141007 TN DAVI
16m
1846EI
JR 16510306
1662E
16690326 TI HOPKINS
SPOUSE
FLORENCE 16910129
TREGILLUS,BEATRICE 16960615 ENG 610lFORO
BRONN, THO~AS
LONE, JANES LOGAN
16751026 ry CASEY
HALL. JOHN
BENTLEY, GEORGE K.
CA~PBELL.
Die~
young
CRANFORD, NILLIAM 16651231 TN KNOI
NARD, HUGH C.
18931217 NS HINDS
19050606
DAVIS. NERVIN
unurried
SADLER, ELNIN
SHIP, ELIZA
DAVIS. ROY THO~AS
REED, JOHN
STRAUGHAN, N. L.I
LONMAN, ROBERT 2
OVERSTREET, AL~A
COOLEY, EONARD
FLETCHER, L. R.
DENNY, ANDREN
HILL. JANES
ONENS, N. E.
JONES. NILLIA~
BRONN, NILLIE H.JR
STONE, ELIZABETH
ANDRENS, ELIZABETH
GRIGGS, ELIZABETH
CLEVELAND. GRACE
SEYNOUR, ~ARTHA A.
PUGH. ELIJAH S.
SPEARS. JEFFERSON
BURDICK, ABIGAIL
TERREL. NARY
BARGER, SUSAN
DEITRICK, IDA
POLLARD, E. NALKER
BERNARD, NANCY
PULLIAN, NARY
Died YDung
Died YDung
SMITH, HANNAH
BRONN, SUSAN
MCCLURE, NARTHA
BARTON, NARIE E.
CHAPNAN, NARY S.
FRANCES, DELILA
NELCH. NARY
ROBERTSON. NRS. V.
BERTRAN, SUSAN A.
19350124
19591211
ISAAC N• NARTHA BARCLAY
CHARLES • NARY KNILL
THO~AS
19220730 NO ADAI b JACOB • ENNA POTTER
19221029
16650602
JOHN • BETTIE DODGE
NILLIAN B• SUSAN BISBEE
197410
19561126
JA~ES ELIAS • E~NA VADEN
ROSCO G• ALTHA ~ETCALF
JOHN • ALFRETTA H.
IA LISBON, JOHN S • HARRIET ONEN
1921>
18320316 NS RANKIN
19220603
19800110 CA S ROSAd LILBERN N• THURSA LONG
18470122 AL NARSHALL
19200717
LILBERN N• THURSA LONG
LILBERN N&. THURSA LONG
19710531
ALFRED J • FLORENCE C.
JOHN. ALFRETTA H.
NILLIAN 0 • NILLIE SINS
JOSHUA. ELIZABETH DANIEL
18580404 MS HINDS
18410127 AL CLARKE
18680322 GA FLOYD
18850203 NS LANRENCE
16660110 AL CULLMAN
19161225 MS NILK1NSON
JOSIAH F • HARRIET HAlTON
16060113 GA UPSON
IBI30527 GA BALDNIN
HENRY &. ELIZABETH ALLEN
18421206 GA TALBOT
IB530717 GA BIBB
16400122 At CLARKE
IB611216 MS AMITE
NILLIS N• HARRIET SNITH
ANDREN. HANNAH SNITH
17631120
JOHN. ELIZABETH JONES
JOHN • PHEOBE CSNAN
16770715
JOSIAH F • HARRIET HAlTON
16760430 lL NHlTES1DE
ANOS • ABIGAIL BURDICK
19070612
ROSCO G• ALTHA NETCALF
IB220309 KY GALLATIN
16300113 KY GALLATIN
16830516
JOHN. ELIZABETH BEANONT
16870623
JOHN. ELIZABETH BEANONT
17460,47
JOHN • SARAH BROMN
ANOREM • HANNAHS"ITH
1866
KY BARRENd MILL IAN SR • NARY ANN B.
16260305 KY BARREN
18280217 KY LANRENtE
16340909
18710~06 RAYNOND b JOHN. ELIZABETH JONES
16540110 LA EFEL
16681004 KY PIKE
.. ANDREN JACKSON. NARIA B.
16770205 NS HIND
19170304
1882
LA TANG
18981120 TI HOPKINS 1940
DK ADA d ISAAC. NARTHA BARCLAY
22
CHAPNAN NANE
OORN YNO WHERE OORN
ANGIE L.
ANITA OEATRICE
ANN
ANN
ANN
ANN R.
ANN
ANN ELIZA
ANN E.
ANNA
ANNA
ANNA D.
ANNA
ANNA
ANNA LAURA
ANNA
ANNE
ANNETTA
ANNIE OPHELIA
ANNIE
ANNIE ELIZA
ANNIE
ANNIE
ANNIE
ANNIE
ANNIE JANE
ANNY
ANTHONY
ANTHONY
ARCH [ASAOELI
ARCHIOALD
ARCHIE
ARGENT
ARLENITIA
ARRIA OELLE
ARTHUR A.
ARTHUR ORUCE
ARTHUR
ARTHUR O.
ASA
ASA
ASA
ASA O.
ASAHIL P.
ASENA
~SHER JONATHAN
ASSINNOA I.
AUSTIN OENJINAN
AYIS
19001014 TN KNOX
1000E
PRISORK, JOHN
10900000
NATSON, HAROLD
1759E
PHELPS,JANES[JOS.J 17790217 NC TYRRELL
1765E
HIGGIN, AARON
17050602 KY LINCOLN
17900129 TN KNOXYILLE HODGINS. JOHN
10060021 TN KNOX
10760223
179bE
EOWARDS, CUPHOERTH 10160117 KY GREEN
1025E
STRAOER, JERENIAH 10450130 NC CASWELL
1030E
WILLIANS, THONAS R 10501015 NC CUNOERLNO
1045E
WATKINS, JOHN
10651011 TN KNOX
16490900
16100912
Died young
17570213 CT NGROTON OENTLEY, EZEKIEL 17700115
10531025
1B\1\E C H
ODON, AORAHAN~Il2~0215 GA JONES
1038 ....-J« NEDINA JIIUlLEerr,- SANUEL
IOS3E
NOORE, HENRY
18730919 NS PANOLA
18720915 NO SCOTLAND HUNPHREY, OESS
10950930 AR CARROLL 19491110
1876E
OELL, J. D.
18960206 NS CHOCTAW
16041105 CT NEWL
SELDEN. JOSEPH
17061219
1852
NI.
1902
1846
CONNANOER, DR.J JR 18651114 NC ~A~Q~""l003
1862E
OATES, WILLIAN
18020416 NS ANITE
1920
1865EI .
19730516
10781114
LUTZ, CHARLES
GOTTSCHALK,
HERNAN
19341020
1880E
WEAYER, LEANDER
19001226 TN KNOX
1880E
1890E
19230206 NS JASPER
JOHNSTON, NILL
1903E
1784E
OUTLER. JOHN
10040717 KY OARREN
18260421 GA OALOWIN
HINES, ANN S.
1806E
10331205
GA PUTNAN
REEYES, NALINDA
18m
1779E
HART, NATTIE
17990919 TN KNOX
NCGUIRE, POLLY
10230315
TN SUHNE
1803E
10930210 TN KNOX
TOLIYER, ANNIE
18m
10031014 NC CRAYEN
1703E
ADANS, OA~l D
RILEY, DAYID T.
10501023 KY FULTON
1830E
10730927 NO
STEPHENS, DANIEL
19400700
18030427 TX KAUfNAN LIGGON, AROELLA B. 19010900 TX SONERYELL 19651201
_____ , NARY
18870927 NI?
19690517
19170502 NI NONROE
19750522
18921221 NI CAPAC
NH 1TE, GRACE F.
189312 TX HOPKINS
1759E
cn
1778E NY?
1707E
LOCKETT, CYNTHIA 10070407 GA UPSON
1808E
JOHNSTON, AGNES C. 18280501 KY ADAIR
1020E
HOOD, NARGARET Eo 10401203 TN KNOX
1808E
WARNACK, HENRY D. 18200930 TN KWOX
10070117 IA PALO ALTO OAYEY,ADELIA EFFIE 19080214
19371010
1851/3 NO
FRISOY, LAURA
1811E
REED, WILLIAN
ENGLAND
ENGLANO
1616
-
SPOUSE .
AlOERT 0 ~ IYY NNCLEOD
IL 6AlENAb THONAS'
CT
ROBERT
d JOSEPH
----,
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ANN OLISS
ANNA KENDRICK
~
~
JOHN C ~ LYDIA CROSOY
IA YANBURb WILLIAN
~
NARY JOHNSON
JOHN ~ ELIZABETH OEANONT
JOHN ~ OETTIE DOOGE
NC ELIZCTd LEONARD AND NARGARET
WILLIAN
RICHARO
WILLIAN
~
~
~
ELIZA JANE OWEN
ANNE NITCHELL
SARAH BRITTON
STEYEN
~
JULIA BINNS
NO SHANONd JESSIE
~
NINERYA ASOERRY
EYANDER ~ ANY LONGSTAFF
JANES ~ ANNIE NCNICHOL
HENRY NILLIS ~ IDA N,
URIAH ~ SYOIL
URIAH JR ~ REBECCA
ORYILLE N~ NARGARET S
NILLIAN ~ ELIZA ONENS
NA NEYN, d
CHAPMAN
I: NVENTORV ..
18:50
On. of our oost us.ful tools 15 the federal census records. These billions and bIllions of r.cords
are at th.,r best in fraglents. Usually.e .ork .ith a state lnde' for a given year, but it never gives
all tho Inforutlon .e need. The inforlation on the vanous falilv lelbers luSt cOle frol the detailed
schodules propared bv countv and by state. Raroly do you find a source that has all of these available at
tho salo place and at the sale tile.
Tho purpose of our IB~O inventory of Chaplans, 15 to bring all of this data together into one record.
Although luch of the .ork '5 going to be done by us, .e need your h.lp. We .ill n••d copies or e,tracts
fro. census data you have available 1n your personal files, and In sOle cases, lay need sale of you to do
research In sources near you SlOe! Me do not have the resources locally in the St. Louis area.
Tho b.ginning of our project is the natIonal suolary by stato sho.,ng tho nUlb.r of Chaplan falilles
in oach stato in 1850, as It is refl.ctod in the lany inde'es availablo. Th. first version of that list
is on the facing page. Tho various colulns are probably s.lf o,planatory. Mh.r. tho NO"s ar. sho.n in
tho n•• t to last coluon .0 nood your help .lth a copy of the Chaplan portion frol an inde' of that state.
We need all tho inforlation sho.n ,n the inde' such as nal., county, to.nship, and pag. nuober. This .ill
be tho first part cOlpleted and should shoo us hOM lany Chaplan falilies .er. in tho United Stat.s,
according to the c.nsus, in 1850. It .ill shoo tho nuob.r by state and as a national total.
Th. ne.t part of the project .ill sho., by state. hOM lany Chaplan falilies .ere in oach county, and
it .ill
keep an account of hOM lany of thel on .hich •• have the detailed falily data. The first
version, sho.ing the data frol the states on .hich .e have an index .111 be In the ne,t issue.
As.e
obtain ne. inforlation on each state .e .ill include it in CrAPIR. C'ATTIA, but .e .111 not repeat a state
for the purpose of keeping up .ith our detailed data.
Mhen all the state inde.es are In the record .e .ill prepare a national inde' listing ev.ry Chaplan
falily Ihead of falilyl in the 1850 census sho.ing his state and to.nship and the page of the census on
.hich his detail lay be found.
Our inventory .ill eventually contain the falily breakout of every falily tabulated in the
aforelentioned products. We .ill not publish all of this in CHAPIA. CHATTEA. This record .ill sho., by
falily, each lelb.r .ith their age, year of birth Ical, se. and place of birth and county of census. For
the head of the falily it .ill shoo profession and property inforoation.
It .ill be
Finally .e .ill prepare a laster list of every Chaplan contained in the 1850 census.
alphabetical irrespective of falily state etc, but .ill shoo nale, age, year of birth !cal, se., place of
birth and rounty and state of census.
.
We .ill publish portions of this in C'APIR. C'ATTIA, but space .ill not perlit
entire product in one or even several issues. Those .ho have lade a significant
our collection effort (about 5, of the input or lorel .ill receive a cOlplilentary
bOOklet. Other subscribers .ill be able to purchase a copy for cost. Anyone else
price .hich .ill be deterlined at the cOlpletion of the project.
us to publish the
contribution of data to
copy of the cOlplete
lay have a copy lor the
Let us kno. if you .ant to actively partiCIpate In the collection of data, and give us a general idea
as to the resources available to you.
Your Help Needed With The 1850 Inventory!
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CHAPMAN
STATI~
Alabama
Al ask"
Ar-izona
Ar"kansas
Ca.l i.fnrnia
ColOl"ado
CDnnecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georqia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indi 2l.na
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Mar'vl and
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshi.re
New Jersey
New Me",ico
New York
North Carolina
Nort.h Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Te,·,as
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
Wisconsin
Wyoming
INVENTORY 1850
YEAR
1850
ESTABLISHED INDX
TERR. STATE PUB.
lE117
1819 Yes
1912
1959 No
1136:;
1912 No
1819
1836 Yes /:',
1850
¥f!!t l .
DO WE CHAPMAN
HAVE FAMILIES
INDEX""
Yes
88
NAP
NAP
NO'
.
t; '-
pm't;'
1876 Yes
NO'
NO!
1788 Yes
1787 Yes
NO!
1790
IBOO*Yes
NO'
1822
1845 Yes
NO!
Yes
1788 Yes
~1U'
1900 1959 No
NAP
186,:;
1890 ¥~,PNO!'7\lA;..:
"1ItEJ"~,::> ~,
1809* 1818 Yes
1">7
Yes'
180(1
1816 Yes
213
11338
1846 Yes
Yes
39
1854
1861 1855 Yes
6
1792 Yes
blQ!
IB05
181.2 Yes
Yes
1820 Yes
NO!
1788 Yes
Yes
52
:348_
1788 Yes
Yes
1837 Yes
Yes
1805
133
NO!
1849
1858 Yes
1817 Yes
1'798
.MS.
Yes
1812
1821 Yes
1864
NAP
1889 No
1854
1867 1854 NO!
1861
NAP
1864 No
\~~
1788 Yes
-1IT6 !
Yes
59
1787 Yes
1850
1912 Yes
NO!
~lt').-"
1788 Yes
9f4­
1789 Yes
Yes
64
1861
1889 No
NAP
S'j0
1799 Yes
.J'Iff'! ?'~
1890
1907 No
NAP
1859 Yes
1848
NO!
1787 Yes
ZU+
.NO'
NO !­
1790 Yes
Yes
B5
1788 Yes
NAP
1861
1889 No
1796 Yes
~
Yes
1845 Yes
19
1850
NO!
1896 Yes
1791 Yes
~
1788 Yes
Yes
1853
1889 No
NAP
IQ );
1836
1848 Yes
JJJIf'/f
1868
1890 No
NAP
~ ..
1861
­
"'
\/
,
,..--/'
'~
161
"
)"
«'4'
~7
~~)
~ . "':)< I i
TOTAL CHAPMAN FAMILIES
* Di st,' i ct of Columbia established as Seat of Government in 1800.
* IllineJis was part of Amer-ican Territorv established in 1787.
NAP = Not Applicable
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COMPUTING COMMENTS
At the ,ugge,tlon of ,everal reader' of our other nel,letter, Ie have been publl,hing thIs page about
cOlputers and genealogy.
You can e,pect to 'ee a 'ililar page in each issue. age lith cOllent, about
coaplJting.
The s,ngle 10,t ilportant ,ugge,tion I can gIve to anyone considering genealogy 11th cOlputer, i' one
I have lade to lany of you personally. The ,ugge,tion is very ilportant to those Iho have not purchased
the" hardlare and 'of hare ,y,tel. It is probably equally ilporlant to those Iho have oade the"
purchase.
The ,uqqe,t,on is thot vou subscribe ; ••edlately to 6EHERL06JeRL eOHPUTIH6. That i' a
pUblication that i' likely to save you .uch lore than you lill ever pay for the subscription.
Buy and
study the back Issues as their content IS important and as pertinent today as ~hen the various issues ~ere
publIShed.
In fact. if you lust cho'e beheen year I. and the current year, get year I. Their
subSCription price las Il~ a yeor for 51' ,,,ue,, but it lent up effective July I 1983 to 120. I recently
sent In • ho-vear renelal. 6EHERL06ICM eOHPUT1H. i' publiShed by Data Tran,fer Associates, Ind.. 51Q2
POII~rov Dr., Fairfax, VA 22032.
I have no personal interest or in'lolvelent .ith this publicatIon or
the" edItors and have never been in contact 11th thel except to subscribe and to renel.
In a recent issue of the publIcation they had their 1963 Reader Survey Report. "ost of the relainder
of this page cOles frol that report. The editors oake an ilportant point on the front page. When you are
conSIdering bUyIng a cOlputer sy,tel, don't run out and buy the one that is currently the lOSt popular one
in use, Although it is not obsolete there is a later lodel available. The tiD lost popular cOlputers in
use in genealogy Iby 6C's readers I is the Apple II folloled by the TRS-8Q "odell Ifolloled closely by
"odel Ill). The state of the art cOlpulers to buy frol these too fali lies today lould be the Apple lie or
the TRS-60 "odel ~. As you read, lany of you Mill londer Ihat systel Ie are using. It is an Atari BOO
lith a single dIsk drive and an Epson "X-BOFtT graphics printer. Not of of the 'biggies.' NOl lets go
ahead and look at Ihat the 6C readers have.
The Apple II IS the 10,t popular lith 13B reader, reportIng having one. There are 10 Apple lle's and
7 Apple Ill's. Arecent hOle cOlputer cOlparison in IHfOHORLD sholed the basic price of the Apple lie to
be 11395 Ii th blk RA". Basi c pr ices noroall y do not 1 ncl ude the cost of lany i tels of per i pheral
equiplent Ihich lill be required to oake a cOlplete systel. In 6C's reader survey the average Apple lie
systel in use cost the user 12933, lith the high beIng 15000 and the 101 12000. By COlparison, the Apple
II, the lOSt popular systel, had an average user cost of 13542 lith a high of 17000 and a 101 of 1700 Ihe
lUSt have lade 'ole kind of deall. SOle of the costs of the necessary accesories are: floppy di.I drive,
139~i 12-inch green lonitor lTV Screen}, 1249; Dot-Iatri, printer (that is Ihat I use for the nelSletterl,
$695; Letter-qualilY printer, 12195. There i' probably lore softoare available for the Apple than for any
other systel.
Each ISsue of 6C contains a table of genealogical progral' available by cOlputer systel.
There are ,i' for the Apple II. There are no systels lith lore than ,i,. In the readers survey Ie are
asled to ,indicate our e,perince level as genealogists and cOlputerlsts by Novice, E,p.rienced or
Professional. In the largesls group' reporting, ninety-too or 591 of the Apple users said they lere
e,perlenced genealogl,ts and 7~ or 471 said they lere novice co.puterists.
Let, take a cOlparable look at the TRS BO cOlputers. If you are not just a little bit cOlputer slart,
then you lay not Inol that this is the cOlputer lade and distrIbuted by the Radio Shack stores. There are
currently five BO lodels in use: I, 11, Ill, 16 and the color cOlputer. The nUlbers reported by 6C
readers are 71, 29, 69, 7 and 16 respectively. IHfOMORLD also gave basic pric.s for tiD of these. The
"odel 111 is $Q99 lith 16K of RA" e'pandable to ~8K for 1299 per 16K. The color cOlputer is $399.95 lith
e,pansion sililar a, the "odel III. If you don't knol about the K's of RA", get slart becau.e it lay turn
out to be your single lOSt significant con,train!. It is line. The lodel III has a built in IOnitor.
The color cOlputer depends on your color TV as a lonitor,. Although disl drives are 'built-in', they are
priced separat.ly, 1649 for the "odel III. According to the 6C', reader survey the average systel cost
for the "odel III las $3355 with a high of $6500 and 101 of $1000. For tho color cOlputer the average las
$1262 with a high of $2QOO and 101 of $300. 6C's table of genealogIcal progral' available show si. for
the lode1 III and too for the color cooputer.
The largest group reporting on their genealogical
e,perience lere tho,e Iho considered thelselves to be e,perienced and there ..r. 123 or 641 of those
reporting. As [Olputerlsts, the largest grDup lere the nov;ce lith 73 or 381 of tho.e reporting.
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