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Descendants of Roger Chapin

 

Generation No. 1

 

     1.  Roger1 Chapin1,2 was born Bef. 1540 in Totnes, Devonshire, England, and died December 09, 1590 in Constantine, Falmouth, Cornwall, England.  He married Urdde3.  She was born Abt. 1540 in England, and died Aft. September 09, 1590.

 

A Transcript of the Records of the Parish of Paignton, England (spelling as is):

 

Weddings -

1590  John Chapin & Phillipe Easton 14 Septemb

1600  George Stone & Phillipe Chapin 26 January

1611  James Narracot & Joane Chapin 9 July

1620  Thomas Chapin & Bridgett Hannafrd 7 Augu

1623  Samuell Chappin and Cicely Peny 9 ffebru

 

Christenings -

1598  Samuel s of John Chapin 8 Octob

1601  Cicely d of Henry Penney 21 ffebruary

1624  David s of Samuell Chapin 4 January

 

Burials -

1600  Margret d of John Chapin 11 Decemb

1628  Thomas Chapin 27 May

1628  Samuell s of Thomas Chapin 15 June

 

I hereby certify this sixth day of December, 1910, that the above items are true copies of the original official records, as entered in the above years, in the official Register of Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials of the church of St. John Baptist for the Parish of Paignton in the County of Devonshire, and Diocese of Exeter, England.

 

(Signed)  A. Linzee Giles, Vicar of Paignton

 

Source:  The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, page VIII

    

Children of Roger Chapin and Urdde are:

      2             i.   Margery2 Chapin4, died October 31, 1569.

      3            ii.   Johan Chapin4, born June 30, 1560; died Unknown.

+    4            iii.   John Chapin, born September 25, 1566 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; died June 03, 1600 in Paignton, Devonshire, England.

      5            iv.   Margett Chapin5,6, born February 10, 1570/71 in Totnes, Devonshire, England; died Unknown.

      6            v.   Luke Chapin6, born May 08, 1576 in Totnes, Devonshire, England; died September 09, 1590 in Totnes, Devonshire, England.  Notes for Luke Chapin:  He died of the plague.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

     4.  John2 Chapin (Roger1)7,8 was born September 25, 1566 in Paignton, Devonshire, England9, and died June 03, 1600 in Paignton, Devonshire, England9.  He married Phillipe Easton10 September 14, 1590 in Paignton, Devonshire, England11,12, daughter of Henry Easton and Joan Cliffee.  She was born Abt. 1569 in Paignton, Devonshire, England, and died January 20, 1614/15 in Paignton, Devonshire, England.

 

Notes for John Chapin:

According to "Colonial Families of the United States" John was "probably lost at sea in 1600".

    

Children of John Chapin and Phillipe Easton are:

      7             i.   Joane3 Chapin13, born June 26, 1591 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; died Unknown.  She married James Narracott13 July 09, 1611 in Paignton, Devonshire, England14; died Unknown.

      8            ii.   Phillipe Chapin, born January 06, 1593/94 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; died Unknown.

+    9            iii.   Thomas Chapin, born March 08, 1596/97 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; died May 27, 1628 in Paignton, Devonshire, England.

+    10          iv.   Deacon Samuel Chapin, born October 08, 1598 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; died November 11, 1675 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

      11           v.   Margaret Chapin15, born November 16, 1600 in Paignton, Devonshire, England16; died December 11, 1600 in Paignton, Devonshire, England16.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

     9.  Thomas3 Chapin (John2, Roger1)17 was born March 08, 1596/97 in Paignton, Devonshire, England, and died May 27, 1628 in Paignton, Devonshire, England.  He married Bridgett Hannaford17 August 07, 1620 in Paignton, Devonshire, England18.  She died Unknown.

    

Children of Thomas Chapin and Bridgett Hannaford are:

      12            i.   Phillipe4 Chapin18, born July 06, 1621; died Unknown.

      13           ii.   John Chapin18, born June 01, 1623; died Unknown.

      14          iii.   Samuell Chapin18, born July 04, 1624; died Unknown.

      15          iv.   Thomas Chapin18, born July 14, 1626; died Unknown.

 

 

     10.  Deacon Samuel3 Chapin (John2, Roger1)19,20,21 was born October 08, 1598 in Paignton, Devonshire, England22, and died November 11, 1675 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts23.  He married Cicely Penny24,25,26 February 09, 1623/24 in Paignton, Devonshire, England27, daughter of Henry Penny and Jane.  She was born February 27, 1601/02 in Paignton, Devonshire, England28, and died February 08, 1681/82 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts29.

 

Notes for Deacon Samuel Chapin:

Deacon Samuel Chapin was a forceful and dynamic man. A man with Puritan faith, he brought his family to New England about 1638. Living first in Roxbury, Mass. then moving to Springfield in 1642 as one of the founders of that city then called Agawam. He served his town in many capacities including Selectman, Auditor and Magistrate and he was Deacon of the church for some 25 years.

 

Next to the Public Library in Springfield there is a bronze statue, "The Puritan", placed there 24 Nov 1887 which honors him. It is the sculptor's idea of how such a man as Deacon Chapin, a man of his moral standing and spiritual qualities ought to have looked.

 

A chronology of Samuel Chapin's activities:

 

1638: Samuel Chapin and wife Cicely were at Roxbury. Came to Springfield, MA from Roxbury, MA.

1641, 2 Jun: Samuel Chapin of Springfield, MA, admitted Freeman.

1643: Town officer. He took a prominent part in all the affairs of the town, both religious and civil.

1644: Freeman

1648: A member of the Board of Selectmen on which Benjamin Cooley first served. A member of the first Board of Selectmen and served 9 consecutive years.

1649: Deacon.

1651: Commissioner.

1652: John Pynchon, Elizur Holyoke and Samuel Chapin were appointed Commissioners, or Magistrates, to hear and determine all cases and offences, both civil and criminal, "that reach

not to life, limbe and banishment."

1653: The General Court appointed him and John Pynchon to lay out Northampton and its bounds, and they made purchase of the lands from the Indians.

1664: He petitioned the General Court for some land for services done.

1669: The General Court granted him 200 acres as laid out 4 miles from Mendon, bounded as in the platt which is on file, provided it did not exceed 200 acres and that it did not take in any of the meadows now granted to Mendon.

1674, 4 Mar (1st mo.): Samuel Chapin wrote his will. Bequeathed to wife, son Henry, grandson Thomas Gilbert.

1676, 24 Mar: Will probated. Son Japhet Chapin with his wife Abilene deposed.

 

Notes for Cicely Penny:

In her will, Cecily CHAPIN bequeathed to sons Henry CHAPIN of Springfield, MA and Josia h CHAPIN of Braintree, MA; to Sarah THOMAS and Hannah HITCHCOCK; to Henry GILBERT, apprentice to John HITCHCOCK. Named son Japhet executor.

    

Children of Samuel Chapin and Cicely Penny are:

+    16            i.   David4 Chapin, born January 04, 1624/25 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; died August 16, 1672 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

      17           ii.   Sarah Chapin30,31, born October 1628 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England32; died August 05, 1684 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.  She married Rowland Thomas33 April 14, 1647 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; died Unknown.

+    18          iii.   Catherine Chapin, born 1626 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; died February 04, 1712/13 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.

+    19          iv.   Henry Chapin, born January 25, 1630/31 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; died August 15, 1718 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

      20           v.   Samuel Chapin34, born January 25, 1630/31 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; died July 10, 1634 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England.

      21          vi.   John Chapin34, born January 16, 1632/33 in Totnes, Devonshire, England34; died Unknown.

      22         vii.   Honor Chapin34, born May 08, 1635 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; died May 08, 1636 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England.

+    23         viii.   Josiah Chapin, born October 29, 1637 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; died September 10, 1726 in Mendon, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.

+    24          ix.   Japhet Chapin, born October 05, 1642 in Roxbury, Massachusetts; died February 20, 1711/12 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

      25           x.   Hannah Chapin35, born December 02, 1644 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts36; died May 21, 1719 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.  She married John Hitchcock37 September 27, 1666 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

     16.  David4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1)38,39 was born January 04, 1624/25 in Paignton, Devonshire, England40, and died August 16, 1672 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  He married Lydia Crump41 August 29, 1654 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts41.  She died Unknown.

    

Children of David Chapin and Lydia Crump are:

      26            i.   Lydia5 Chapin42, born April 19, 165543; died Unknown.

      27           ii.   Caleb Chapin44, born February 02, 1656/5745; died Unknown.

      28          iii.   Sarah Chapin, born March 03, 1657/5846; died Unknown.

      29          iv.   Hannah Chapin, born October 23, 166246; died Unknown.

      30           v.   Ebenezer Chapin47, born April 06, 166448; died Unknown.  He married Sarah Gilbert49 October 14, 1702; born February 19, 1655/5650; died February 04, 1711/1251.

      31          vi.   Jonathan Chapin, born February 12, 1664/6552; died Unknown.

      32         vii.   Union Chapin, born December 23, 166952; died Unknown.

 

 

     18.  Catherine4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1)53,54,55 was born 1626 in Paignton, Devonshire, England56, and died February 04, 1712/13 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts57.  She married (1) Nathaniel Bliss58 November 20, 164659.  He died Unknown.  She married (2) Thomas Gilbert60,61,62 July 31, 1655 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut63,64, son of Thomas Gilbert and Elizabeth Bennett.  He was born February 16, 1611/12 in Yardley, Worcester, England65, and died June 05, 1662 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts66,67.  She married (3) Samuel Marshfield68 December 28, 1664 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.  He died May 08, 1692.

    

Child of Catherine Chapin and Nathaniel Bliss is:

      33            i.   Margaret5 Bliss69, born November 12, 1649; died April 03, 1745 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut.

 

    

Children of Catherine Chapin and Thomas Gilbert are:

      34            i.   Sarah5 Gilbert70, born February 19, 1655/5671; died February 04, 1711/1272.  She married (1) Samuel Field73 August 09, 1676; born 1651; died June 24, 1697.  She married (2) Ebenezer Chapin73 October 14, 1702; born April 06, 166474; died Unknown.

 

Notes for Samuel Field:  Killed by Indians

 

      35           ii.   John Gilbert75,76, born October 18, 1657 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts77; died 1709 in Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut.  He married (1) Hannah Blakeman in Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Unknown.  He married (2) Hannah Canfield July 02, 1695 in Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Unknown.

      36          iii.   Thomas Gilbert78, born March 15, 1657/58 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts79; died May 14, 1698 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.  He married (1) Anna Bancroft; died Unknown.  He married (2) Abilene Marshfield August 04, 1680 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; died Unknown.

+    37          iv.   Captain Henry Gilbert, born March 01, 1660/61 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; died August 17, 1740 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts.

 

    

Children of Catherine Chapin and Samuel Marshfield are:

      38            i.   Margaret5 Marshfield80, born December 03, 1670 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died June 12, 1758 in West Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

      39           ii.   Hester Marshfield, born September 06, 166781; died Unknown.

      40          iii.   Josias Marshfield, born September 29, 166581; died Unknown.

 

 

     19.  Henry4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1)82,83,84 was born January 25, 1630/31 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England85, and died August 15, 1718 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts86.  He married Bethia Cooley86 December 15, 1664 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts86, daughter of Benjamin Cooley and Sarah.  She was born September 16, 1643 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England87, and died August 16, 1718 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts87.

 

Notes for Henry Chapin:

According to The Chapin Genealogy by Orange Chapin, "Tradition says of Henry, that he was impressed on board a British man of war and served seven years, during which time he was in a severe engagement with the Dutch.  He afterwards commanded a merchant ship and made several voyages between London and Boston, but at length, tired of a seafaring life, took up his residence in Boston, and afterwards in Springfield, where his father and family resided."  Between 1670 and 1701 he served for 11 years as Selectman.  In 1689 he was Representative of the General Court of Massachusets.  He and his brother Japhet Chapin were the first settlers in Chicopee, which was the old "fifth parish" of Springfield. His house was near the west end of what is now Exchange Street in Chicopee Center.

    

Children of Henry Chapin and Bethia Cooley are:

      41            i.   Henry5 Chapin87, born January 01, 1665/66 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died April 29, 1667 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts88.

      42           ii.   Mary Chapin89, born 1668 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died January 13, 1707/08 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.  She married Benjamin Wright89 January 24, 1694/9589; born March 14, 1666/67; died December 25, 1704.

      43          iii.   Sarah Chapin89, born March 03, 1669/70 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died November 06, 1732 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts90.

      44          iv.   Bethia Chapin91, born February 19, 1671/72; died Unknown.

      45           v.   Henry Chapin, born March 19, 1678/79 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died September 15, 1754 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.  He married Mary Gurnsey91 February 19, 1701/02; died May 02, 1715 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

      46          vi.   Benjamin Chapin91, born February 02, 1681/82 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died March 27, 1756 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.  He married Hannah Colton91 November 09, 1704; born August 08, 1688 in Longmeadow; died March 05, 1738/39.

 

 

     23.  Josiah4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1)92,93,94 was born October 29, 1637 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England, and died September 10, 1726 in Mendon, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married Mary King November 30, 1658 in Norfolk, Massachusetts.  She died Unknown.

 

Notes for Josiah Chapin:

1684: With others and the Selectment of Mendon petitioned the General Court concerning taxing unimproved lands.  The court granted the petitioners "free from country rates for the year ensuing."  In her will, Cecily Chapin bequeathed to son Josiah Chapin of Braintree, Mass.

 

1659: Representative of the the General Court of Massachusets.

 

1678: Freeman

 

1689: Representative for Mendon

    

Child of Josiah Chapin and Mary King is:

      47            i.   Samuel5 Chapin95, born November 22, 1659; died Unknown.

 

 

     24.  Japhet4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1)96,97 was born October 05, 1642 in Roxbury, Massachusetts98, and died February 20, 1711/12 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts99.  He married (1) Abilene Cooley100 July 22, 1664 in Milford, New Haven County, Conneticut100.  She died November 17, 1710.  He married (2) Dorothy Root101 May 31, 1711102.  She died Unknown.

 

Notes for Japhet Chapin:  He was prominent in town affairs of Springfield, MA.  Was chosen Selectman 8 times. 

 

According to The Chapin Genealogy (page 4) by Orange Chapin he was involved in King Phillip's War of 1676, "I went out Volenteare against ingens the 17th of May, 1676 and we ingaged batel the 19th of May in the moaning before sunrise and made great Spoil upon the enemy and came off the same day with the Los of 37 men and the Captin Turner, and came home the 20th of May."

    

Children of Japhet Chapin and Abilene Cooley are:

      48            i.   Samuel5 Chapin103, born August 04, 1665; died Unknown.

      49           ii.   Sarah Chapin103, born March 15, 1667/68; died Unknown.  She married Nathaniel Nunn March 24, 1689/90104; died Unknown.

      50          iii.   Thomas Chapin105, born May 10, 1671; died August 27, 1755106.

      51          iv.   John Chapin107, born May 14, 1674; died June 01, 1759108.

      52           v.   Ebenezer Chapin109, born June 26, 1677; died December 13, 1772110.

      53          vi.   Hannah Chapin, born June 21, 1679; died July 07, 1679110.

      54         vii.   Hannah Chapin, born July 18, 1680; died Unknown.  She married John Sheldon110 December 03, 1703110; died Unknown.  According to The Chapin Genealogy (page 4) by Orange Chapin "The town of Deerfield was attacked by the Indians about three months after her marriage, and she was taken captive with many others, and marched to Canada, and after about two years many of the captives were redeemed and returned home.  I have reasons for believing that Hannah's husband went to Canada and obtained her release before the release of the other prisoners."  But he doesn't state those reasons.

 

      55         viii.   David Chapin, born November 18, 1682; died July 07, 1772110.

      56          ix.   Jonathan Chapin, born February 20, 1684/85; died March 01, 1685/86110.

      57           x.   Jonathan Chapin, born September 23, 1688; died February 23, 1761110.

      58          xi.   Daniel Chapin111, died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

     37.  Captain Henry5 Gilbert (Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)112 was born March 01, 1660/61 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts113,114, and died August 17, 1740 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts115.  He married Elizabeth Belding116,117 January 31, 1682/83 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, daughter of Samuel Belding and Mary.  She was born February 17, 1662/63, and died April 27, 1735 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts118.

 

He took the oath of allegiance at Springfield Jan. 1, 1678, at the same time as his brother Thomas Gilbert did. He lived in Springfield until 1689 or 1690. His three oldest children were born there. He was a hayward for the Longmeadow district for several years. He was perhaps living on the grant given to him in 1679, said to have been in the present Enfield, Conn., then a part of Springfield.

 

He was a soldier and was sent to command a squad of men, among whomwas his brother Thomas, who was a builder or carpenter, to build a fort or blockhouse at Quabaug (Brookfield), starting Sept. 16, 1688. It was called Gilbert's Fort, perhaps because he took a house lot and lived adjoining it on the west, on the south side of the road. The fort was on the (later) schoolhouse lot in Brookfield, at the intersection of North Main and Maple Streets, of convenient size, having barracks for soldiers and their families and was surrounded by a stockade. It was a defense against Indian attacks from the northward, northwestward and northeastward.

 

Note: From History of North Brookfield, in 1688 Henry Gilbert commanded a scouting troop sent by Pynchon during King Phillip's War. He built "Gilbert's Fort" a fort of considerable size with barracks for soldiers and families surrounded by a stockade.

    

Children of Henry Gilbert and Elizabeth Belding are:

      59            i.   Henry6 Gilbert119, born January 06, 1683/84; died Unknown.

      60           ii.   John Gilbert119, born October 10, 1685; died Unknown.  He married (1) Abial Hayward; died Unknown.  He married (2) Elizabeth Witt; died Unknown.  He married (3) Sarah Dunton; died Unknown.

      61          iii.   Elizabeth Gilbert119, born March 02, 1687/88; died April 17, 1688.

+    62          iv.   Samuel Gilbert, born August 07, 1689 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; died April 16, 1778 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts.

      63           v.   Mercy Gilbert119, born 1691; died March 11, 1781.  She married (1) Samuel Barnes119; born 1687 in Marlborough, Middlesex, MA; died October 07, 1773 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA.  She married (2) Josiah Converse119 November 18, 1755; born September 12, 1684 in Woburn, MA; died May 02, 1771.

      64          vi.   Ebenzer Gilbert119, born Abt. 1693; died Unknown.  He married Deborah; died Unknown.

      65         vii.   Thomas Gilbert119, born Abt. 1695; died Unknown.  He married Judith Goss119; died Unknown.

      66         viii.   Nathaniel Gilbert119, born Abt. 1698; died Unknown.  He married Hannah Jones119; died Unknown.

      67          ix.   Elizabeth Gilbert119, born Abt. 1702; died Unknown.  She married Enoch Hinds119 February 20, 1721/22; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

     62.  Samuel6 Gilbert (Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)120,121,122 was born August 07, 1689 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts123, and died April 16, 1778 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts.  He married Lidiah Barnes124,125 March 24, 1709/10 in Marlborough, Middlesex Co., MA126, daughter of Thomas Barnes and Mary How.  She was born October 09, 1692 in Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts127, and died April 23, 1778 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts.

 

He was listed as "Centinel" in Captain Samuel Wright's company in 1725 when he served in the detachment under Lieutenant Eleazer Warner from June 10th to July 25th, at Brookfield.

    

Children of Samuel Gilbert and Lidiah Barnes are:

+    68            i.   Lydia7 Gilbert, born January 03, 1711/12 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died Bef. November 1759.

      69           ii.   Hannah Gilbert128, born November 19, 1713 in Brookfield, Worcester, Mass.; died July 19, 1787.  She married Cornelius White March 04, 1735/36; born January 29, 1710/11 in Concord, Mass.; died Unknown.

      70          iii.   Samuel Gilbert128, born February 26, 1714/15; died July 06, 1779129.  He married Ann Crary; died Unknown.

      71          iv.   Damaris Gilbert130, born March 20, 1717/18 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died Unknown.  She married William Olds February 16, 1737/38; died Unknown.

      72           v.   Sarah Gilbert130, born August 17, 1720 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died December 06, 1793.  She married James Ross December 06, 1745; died Unknown.

      73          vi.   Naomi Gilbert130, born February 12, 1722/23 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died September 27, 1756 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA.  She married Thomas Taylor July 02, 1745; died Unknown.

+    74         vii.   Luke Gilbert, born September 12, 1726 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died March 31, 1771.

      75         viii.   Othniel Gilbert130, born October 30, 1728; died Unknown.  He married (1) Rachel Abbott; died Unknown.  He married (2) Susanna Allen; died Unknown.

      76          ix.   Jesse Gilbert131, born February 08, 1729/30 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died Unknown.

      77           x.   Moses Gilbert131, born April 20, 1733 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died December 06, 1738.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

     68.  Lydia7 Gilbert (Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)132 was born January 03, 1711/12 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, and died Bef. November 1759.  She married Peter Abbott132 February 01, 1729/30 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA.  He was born July 27, 1701 in Andover,Massachusetts, and died Bef. April 26, 1785.

    

Children of Lydia Gilbert and Peter Abbott are:

      78            i.   Nathan8 Abbott, died Unknown.

      79           ii.   Joel Abbott, died Unknown.

      80          iii.   Damaris Abbott, died Unknown.

      81          iv.   Gideon Abbott, died Unknown.

      82           v.   Elizabeth Abbott, died Unknown.

      83          vi.   Jesse Abbott, died Unknown.

      84         vii.   Moses Abbott, died Unknown.

      85         viii.   Joshua Abbott, died Unknown.

      86          ix.   Lydia Abbott, died Unknown.

      87           x.   Prudence Abbott, died Unknown.

      88          xi.   Sarah Abbott, died Unknown.

      89          xii.   John Abbott, died Unknown.

 

 

     74.  Luke7 Gilbert (Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)133,134,135 was born September 12, 1726 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts135, and died March 31, 1771.  He married Elizabeth Barnes136 December 12, 1751 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts136,137, daughter of Comfort Barnes and Sarah Abbott.  She was born July 27, 1732 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, and died September 08, 1820 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts.

 

Luke resided all his life at Brookfield, MA. 15 May 1750, he signed the Brookfield remonstrance. He was a farmer. His will, dated 30 Mar 1771 was proved 1 May 1771.

    

Children of Luke Gilbert and Elizabeth Barnes are:

+    90            i.   Susanna8 Gilbert, born September 22, 1752 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died Unknown.

      91           ii.   Zadock Gilbert138, born January 10, 1754 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died Unknown.  He married Rhoda Allen; died Unknown.

      92          iii.   Lydia Gilbert138, born November 15, 1755 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died February 18, 1836 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts139.

      93          iv.   Naomi Gilbert140, born March 14, 1757 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died October 01, 1839.  She married Joel Fosgate December 11, 1777 in Bolton, MA; born March 16, 1750/51; died Unknown.

      94           v.   Samuel Gilbert140, born March 22, 1759 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts141; died Unknown.  He married (1) Hannah Fox; died Unknown.  He married (2) Priscillia Willington October 23, 1788 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts141; died Unknown.

      95          vi.   Martha Gilbert142, born March 05, 1761 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts143; died Unknown.  She married Joseph Burnell January 24, 1782 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died Unknown.

      96         vii.   Miriam Gilbert144, born January 28, 1763 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died Bef. August 03, 1795.  She married Abijah Hitchcock December 03, 1782 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts145; died Unknown.

+    97         viii.   Elam Gilbert, born November 19, 1764 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died August 24, 1847 in Sheldon, Vermont.

      98          ix.   Solomon Gilbert146, born June 22, 1767 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts146; died August 19, 1848.  He married (1) Ester Smith; died Unknown.  He married (2) Eunice147; died Unknown.

      99           x.   Luke Gilbert148, born August 20, 1769 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died Unknown.  He married Sabra Hurd; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

     90.  Susanna8 Gilbert (Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)148 was born September 22, 1752 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA, and died Unknown.  She married Josiah Brown November 11, 1776.  He was born February 12, 1751/52, and died Unknown.

    

Children of Susanna Gilbert and Josiah Brown are:

      100          i.   Patty9 Brown, died Unknown.

      101         ii.   Luke Brown, died Unknown.

      102         iii.   Samuel Brown, died Unknown.

      103         iv.   Anna Brown, died Unknown.

      104         v.   Joseph Brown, died Unknown.

      105         vi.   Asaph Brown, died Unknown.

      106        vii.   Lydia Brown, died Unknown.

 

 

     97.  Elam8 Gilbert (Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)149,150,151,152 was born November 19, 1764 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts153, and died August 24, 1847 in Sheldon, Vermont.  He married Susannah Ray154 April 1793 in Marlborough, Vermont154, daughter of Benjamn Ray and Sarah Bragg.  She was born March 30, 1767, and died April 05, 1813 in Fairfield, Vermont.

 

Notes for Elam Gilbert:

He was a Revolutionary War soldier and received a pension (U.S. Pension File, S39585).

    

Children of Elam Gilbert and Susannah Ray are:

      107          i.   Dexter9 Gilbert154, born July 09, 1793155; died May 06, 1885.  He married (1) Elizabeth Jackson April 27, 1817; born September 20, 1795; died May 17, 1843.  He married (2) Lucy H. Tracy155 August 31, 1843; born January 15, 1810; died August 22, 1891.

      108         ii.   Benjamin Gilbert156, born January 06, 1795; died Unknown.

+    109         iii.   Lyman Gilbert, born June 13, 1798 in Brandon, Vermont; died March 28, 1885 in Brooklyn, New York.

+    110         iv.   Ozias Gilbert, born June 16, 1800 in Brandon, Rutland County, Vermont; died Unknown in Sheldon, Vermont.

      111         v.   Jarius Gilbert156, born May 03, 1802 in Brandon, Rutland, Vermont; died Unknown in Sheldon Four Corners, Vermont.

      112         vi.   Huldah Gilbert156, born August 28, 1804 in Brandon, Rutland, Vermont; died Unknown.  She married Ahira Tracy 1828; died Unknown.

      113        vii.   Elihu Gilbert156, born August 25, 1806 in Brandon, Rutland, Vermont; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

     109.  Lyman9 Gilbert (Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)156 was born June 13, 1798 in Brandon, Vermont, and died March 28, 1885 in Brooklyn, New York157.  He married (1) Eugenia Stowe September 16, 1828.  She died November 06, 1832.  He married (2) Marian Jackson157 September 16, 1833157.  She was born July 09, 1809, and died Unknown.

    

Child of Lyman Gilbert and Eugenia Stowe is:

      114          i.   Eugenia Marion10 Gilbert158, died Unknown.

 

Notes for Eugenia Marion Gilbert:

She never married but appears in several deeds dispensing the properties of her uncle David Homer Williams, a descendant of Roger Williams

 

 

     110.  Ozias9 Gilbert (Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)159,160 was born June 16, 1800 in Brandon, Rutland County, Vermont, and died Unknown in Sheldon, Vermont.  He married (1) Clara.  She was born 1810 in Vermont, and died Unknown.  He married (2) Eliza Ann Goodrich160 1824.  She was born 1804 in Vermont, and died 1825.   He also shows in the 1850 New York Census in St. Lawrence County.

    

Children of Ozias Gilbert and Clara are:

      115          i.   Norman10 Gilbert161, born 1833; died Unknown.

      116         ii.   George Gilbert161, born 1836; died Unknown.

      117         iii.   Cyrus Gilbert, born 1840; died Unknown.

 

    

Children of Ozias Gilbert and Eliza Goodrich are:

+    118          i.   Amanda10 Gilbert, born 1822 in New York; died Unknown.

      119         ii.   Eliza Ann Gilbert161, born 1824; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

     118.  Amanda10 Gilbert (Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)161 was born 1822 in New York161, and died Unknown.  She married Charles Fox161,162.  He was born Abt. 1815 in Ireland162, and died Unknown.

 

Charles Fox was born in Ireland in 1814.  Book A, Alien Reports of St. Lawrence County, New York State contains data showing he applied for Naturalization as a U.S. citizen on 12 February 1840.  Personal information in the report indicates he was born in Ireland C. 1815 and had an occupation as a farmer in 1840.  Charles had arrived in the U.S. in 1827, when he would have been about twelve.  The report has a column titled "When Admitted (as a citizen)," but only a check mark is in the appropriate column rather than a specific date.  The check mark is probably an entry to repeat a date immediately above, which date was 17 September, 1844.

 

Since non-native minor children became citizens when their parents were naturalized, it would appear that:

 

A.    Charles' parents did not opt for naturalization after emigration, or

B.     Charles may have emigrated from Ireland to the U.S. by himself, or with other unknown family members.

 

A wide-ranging search has, to date, failed to surface more information on Charles' emigration.  The reader should understand most immigrant arrival records are in no way complete.  Further, if Irish citizens wished to emigrate to Canada, there were no prohibitions against this in the early 1800s.  And once in Canada, only the St. Lawrence river had to be crossed before landing in New York State.  Certainly few records were kept of such events.  Though it is not at all clear Charles came to St. Lawrence County from Canada, this is a possibility.

 

The only other record in hand regarding Charles Fox is the 1850 U. S. Census Report for New York State, St. Lawrence County, Norfolk Township, Page 298, Entry 12, Family 109. This shows Charles, aged 36 from Ireland and Amanda, aged 28 from New York.  Also shown are William, aged 4 and Ozias Fox, aged one both being listed as from New York.

 

From other family records, it is known Charles and Amanda had other children, i.e.,  Hiram, born1851 at Raymondville, NY, in the Norfolk Township.  Daughters Kathleen and Clara were born to the couple, but other specifics for them we do not know.

 

 

    

Children of Amanda Gilbert and Charles Fox are:

      120          i.   Katherine11 Fox, died Unknown.

      121         ii.   Clara Fox, died Unknown.

      122         iii.   William Fox163, born 1846 in New York; died Unknown.

      123         iv.   Ozias Fox163, born June 16, 1849 in New York; died 1857.

+    124         v.   Hiram Dwinell Fox, born March 12, 1851 in Raymondville, New York; died January 05, 1932 in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas.

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

     124.  Hiram Dwinell11 Fox (Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)164,165,166,167 was born March 12, 1851 in Raymondville, New York168,169, and died January 05, 1932 in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas170.  He married Elizabeth F Baldwin171 November 15, 1879 in Levenworth, Kansas, daughter of John Baldwin and Martha Osborn.  She was born February 05, 1860 in West Branch, Cedar County, Iowa172,173, and died January 13, 1935 in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas173.

 

Notes for Hiram Dwinell Fox:

Obituary of Hiram D. Fox, Wichita Beacon, Wichita, Kansas (January 6, 1932)

 

City Employee for 15 Years is Dead

 

Hiram D. Fox, 80, Dies Tuesday After Illness Extending Over 3 Years

 

Hiram D. Fox, 80 of Wichita for the past 22 years, died at his home Tuesday, following a stroke of paralysis suffered last Friday.  Mr. Fox had suffered two light strokes during the past three years, but his condition was not considered serious until the third stroke Friday.  He was conscious up until a short time before his death.

 

Mr. Fox was born in Raymondville, N.Y., March 12, 1851, and moved to Wichita in 1904.  For 15 years he had been sidewalk and pavement inspector for the city, and was known as one of the most careful and painstaking employees the city ever had.  "Work had to come up to specifications," old time employees of the city, men who had worked with Mr. Fox, said yesterday.

 

He was a member of the Friends church and a member of Masonic lodge No. 99, A.F.&A.M.

 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Fox, and three sons, Norman G. Fox, of Tulos, La., C. Raymond Fox of Tucson, Ariz., and J. Leslie Fox of Wichita, manager of radio station KFH.

 

Funeral services will be held at the Gill mortuary Thursday at 10 am and Masonic services will be conducted at the grave.

 

Notes for Elizabeth F Baldwin:

Obituary of Elizabeth Baldwin, Wichita Beacon, Wichita, Kansas (January 14, 1935)

 

Mrs. Elizabeth Fox Claimed by Death in Wichita Sunday

 

Mrs. Elizabeth Fox, 76, died Sunday at 3:15 a.m. following a short illness.

 

Her death occurred before her son, J. Leslie Fox, formerly manager of radio station DFH but now with station WJR of Cleveland could reach her bedside.  He hurried toward Wichita by plane when his mother's condition became critical.  The plan was due at 2:15 a.m. but did not reach here until 4:30 a.m. owing to bad weather en route.

 

Mrs. Fox had resided here for the past 30 years.  She was the widow of the late Hiram D. Fox, formerly with the city engineering department.  She was born in West Branch, Iowa.  During her long residence in Wichita, she had made many close friends and was widely known and liked by everyone who had made her acquaintance.

 

Three Sons Survive

 

In addition to her son of Cleveland, she is survived by two other sons, Raymond G., Tucson, Ariz., and Norman G., Tullos, La.  They were en route to Wichita by train Sunday.

 

Funeral services will be held at the Gill mortuary Monday at 1:30 p.m. Dr. C.O. Whitely of University Friends church will officiate.  Burial will be in College Hill Memorial Lawns cemetery.

 

J. Leslie Fox was one of the radio pioneers of Wichita.  He helped found KFH and remained with the station until long after it became a part of the Columbia chain.  He left Wichita a few years ago to join the staff of a station at Nashville and from there went to Cleveland where he is advertising manager for WJR, one of the best known stations in the county.

    

Children of Hiram Fox and Elizabeth Baldwin are:

      125          i.   Gilbert Earl12 Fox, died Unknown.

+    126         ii.   C. Raymond Fox, born October 30, 1880 in Iowa; died Unknown.

+    127         iii.   John Leslie Fox, born October 09, 1887 in Green, Clay, Kansas; died December 22, 1958 in California.

+    128         iv.   Norman Gilbert Fox, born October 10, 1891 in Newberg, Oregon; died December 28, 1963 in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

     126.  C. Raymond12 Fox (Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)174 was born October 30, 1880 in Iowa174, and died Unknown.  He married Ruth.  She died Unknown.

    

Children of C. Fox and Ruth are:

      129          i.   Gladys13 Fox, born Private.

      130         ii.   John Fox, born Private.

      131         iii.   Ralph Fox, born Private.

 

 

     127.  John Leslie12 Fox (Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)174,175 was born October 09, 1887 in Green, Clay, Kansas176, and died December 22, 1958 in California.  He married Edith Enoch.  She was born March 13, 1889 in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas, and died March 23, 1976 in California.

    

Children of John Fox and Edith Enoch are:

+    132          i.   Norman13 Fox, born October 17, 1910 in Joplin, Missouri; died July 13, 1962 in Santa Ana, California.

+    133         ii.   Mary Katherine Fox, born May 16, 1912; died 1981.

+    134         iii.   James Ellsworth Fox, born August 02, 1923 in Wichita, Kansas; died 1990.

 

 

     128.  Norman Gilbert12 Fox (Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)176,177 was born October 10, 1891 in Newberg, Oregon178,179, and died December 28, 1963 in Lake Charles, Louisiana.  He married Ruby Carrie Thornton March 21, 1920, daughter of John Thornton and Jane Boarman.  She was born December 05, 1901 in Texas, and died March 21, 1947 in Olla, LaSalle Parish, Louisiana.

    

Children of Norman Fox and Ruby Thornton are:

+    135          i.   Raymond Donald13 Fox, born December 08, 1924 in San Antonio, Texas; died April 12, 1960 in New Iberia, Louisiana.

+    136         ii.   Richard Thornton Fox, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 13

 

     132.  Norman13 Fox (John Leslie12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born October 17, 1910 in Joplin, Missouri, and died July 13, 1962 in Santa Ana, California.

    

Child of Norman Fox is:

      137          i.   John Leslie14 Fox II, born Private.

 

 

     133.  Mary Katherine13 Fox (John Leslie12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born May 16, 1912, and died 1981.  She married Paul O'Kain.  He was born 1913, and died 1980.

    

Children of Mary Fox and Paul O'Kain are:

      138          i.   Paul14 O'Kain Jr, born Private.  He married Mary Ann Private; born Private.

+    139         ii.   Barbara K. O'Kain, born Private.

+    140         iii.   Alan Norman O'Kain, born Private.

 

 

     134.  James Ellsworth13 Fox (John Leslie12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born August 02, 1923 in Wichita, Kansas, and died 1990.  He married Mary K. Private.  She was born Private.

    

Child of James Fox and Mary is:

      141          i.   Dennis14 Fox, born Private.

 

 

     135.  Raymond Donald13 Fox (Norman Gilbert12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born December 08, 1924 in San Antonio, Texas180, and died April 12, 1960 in New Iberia, Louisiana.  He married (1) Agatha Virginia Morgan Private, daughter of Frank Morgan and Virginia Vaughan.  She was born Private.  He married (2) Daphne Bridgeman Powell Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Raymond Fox and Agatha Morgan are:

+    142          i.   Raymond Donald14 Fox II, born Private.

+    143         ii.   Sharon Ann Fox, born Private.

+    144         iii.   Richard Norman Fox, born Private.

 

 

     136.  Richard Thornton13 Fox (Norman Gilbert12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born Private.  He married Shirley Barber Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Richard Fox and Shirley Barber are:

      145          i.   Susan14 Fox, born Private.

      146         ii.   Richard Thornton Fox Jr, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 14

 

     139.  Barbara K.14 O'Kain (Mary Katherine13 Fox, John Leslie12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born Private.  She married Tom Irone Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Barbara O'Kain and Tom Irone are:

      147          i.   Alan15 Irone, born Private.

      148         ii.   Mark Irone, born Private.

 

 

     140.  Alan Norman14 O'Kain (Mary Katherine13 Fox, John Leslie12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born Private.  He married Jenny Private.  She was born Private.

    

Child of Alan O'Kain and Jenny is:

      149          i.   Annie15 O'Kain, born Private.

 

 

     142.  Raymond Donald14 Fox II (Raymond Donald13, Norman Gilbert12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born Private.  He married (1) Rita Nopens Private.  She was born Private.  He married (2) Nancy Bergman Private.  She was born Private.

    

Child of Raymond Fox and Rita Nopens is:

+    150          i.   Caprice Illene15 Fox, born Private.

 

    

Child of Raymond Fox and Nancy Bergman is:

      151          i.   Jennifer Elizabeth15 Fox, born Private.

 

 

     143.  Sharon Ann14 Fox (Raymond Donald13, Norman Gilbert12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born Private.  She married Thomas Benton Cruse Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Sharon Fox and Thomas Cruse are:

      152          i.   Tom15 Cruse, born August 13, 1971 in Monroe, Louisiana; died April 08, 1997.

      153         ii.   Jay Cruse, born Private.

      154         iii.   Mary Cruse, born Private.

 

 

     144.  Richard Norman14 Fox (Raymond Donald13, Norman Gilbert12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born Private.  He married Debra Jane Egan Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Richard Fox and Debra Egan are:

      155          i.   Richard Raymond15 Fox, born Private.

      156         ii.   Ryan Edward Fox, born Private.

      157         iii.   Robyn Seyward Fox, born Private.

      158         iv.   Renee Debra Fox, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 15

 

     150.  Caprice Illene15 Fox (Raymond Donald14, Raymond Donald13, Norman Gilbert12, Hiram Dwinell11, Amanda10 Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4 Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) was born Private.  She married (1) Robert Transue Private.  He was born Private.  She married (2) Eddie Whitten Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Caprice Fox and Robert Transue is:

      159          i.   Brice Cody16 Transue, born Private.

 

    

Child of Caprice Fox and Eddie Whitten is:

      160          i.   Eddie Kole16 Whitten, born Private.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  Family History: Ancestors of Russell Snow Hitchcock,  (Bath, Maine; May, 1947), 8.

2.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 448.

3.  Family History: Ancestors of Russell Snow Hitchcock,  (Bath, Maine; May, 1947), 8.

4.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 449.

5.  Gretchen Engel, A Genealogy of Henry Judson Chapin, 35.

6.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 449.

7.  George N. MacKenzie, Colonial Families of the United States,  (1915, Reprint GenPubCo, 1966, Volume IV).

8.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), X.

9.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 449.

10.  George N. MacKenzie, Colonial Families of the United States,  (1915, Reprint GenPubCo, 1966, Volume IV).

11.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 52.

12.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), X.

13.  George N. MacKenzie, Colonial Families of the United States,  (1915, Reprint GenPubCo, 1966, Volume IV).

14.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 449.

15.  George N. MacKenzie, Colonial Families of the United States,  (1915, Reprint GenPubCo, 1966, Volume IV).

16.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 449.

17.  George N. MacKenzie, Colonial Families of the United States,  (1915, Reprint GenPubCo, 1966, Volume IV).

18.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 449.

19.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

20.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass), p.543-546.

21.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 2.

22.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 52.

23.  John Farmer, Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England,  (1829, Reprinted 1983 by Genealogical Publishing Company), 55.

24.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924).

25.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass).

26.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969).

27.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 52.

28.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 449.

29.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass).

30.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

31.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass), Volume 2.

32.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 450.

33.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass).

34.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 450.

35.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

36.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 450.

37.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass).

38.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 93-94.

39.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass), p 545.

40.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 52.

41.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass).

42.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862), Vol 1,  360.

43.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

44.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862), Vol 1, 360.

45.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

46.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 7.

47.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 53.

48.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 7.

49.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 53.

50.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

51.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 17.

52.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 7.

53.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

54.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass), Volume 2.

55.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 4.

56.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 450.

57.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

58.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 52.

59.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

60.  Douglas Richardson, M.A., "The English Origins of Thomas Gilbert of Braintree, Mass & Wethersfield, Conn," The American Genealogist, July 1992.

61.  Virkus, Frederick A, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy: First Families of America, a Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States,  (1925, reprinted 1968 by Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD), Volume 1, page 82.

62.  Mary Louise Marshall Hutton, Compiler, Seventeenth Centrury Colonial Ancestors of Members of the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century 1915-1975,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1983), 102.

63.  Family Tree Maker CD-403, Selected U.S./International Marriage Records 1560-1900,  (Yates Publishing), "CD-ROM."

64.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

65.  Douglas Richardson, M.A., "The English Origins of Thomas Gilbert of Braintree, Mass & Wethersfield, Conn," The American Genealogist, July 1992.

66.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 50.

67.  John Farmer, Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England,  (1829, Reprinted 1983 by Genealogical Publishing Company), 121.

68.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 52.

69.  Eugene Dimon Preston, editor, Genealogy of the Barney Family in America,  (The Barney Family Historical Association), 95.

70.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 53.

71.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

72.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 17.

73.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 53.

74.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 7.

75.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 53.

76.  Virkus, Frederick A, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy: First Families of America, a Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States,  (1925, reprinted 1968 by Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD), Volume 1, page 82.

77.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

78.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

79.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

80.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass).

81.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

82.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969).

83.  Henry M. Burt, The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636-1736,  (Volume II, 1899 Springfield, Mass), Volume 2.

84.  John Farmer, Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England,  (1829, Reprinted 1983 by Genealogical Publishing Company), 55.

85.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 450.

86.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862), Vol 1, 360.

87.  Jinny Whitehouse, jinny@zbzoom.net, Family Group Record, Citing Ruth Randall letter; Pioneers of Massachusetts pg. 116; LDS film 1033517.

88.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

89.  Jinny Whitehouse, jinny@zbzoom.net, Family Group Record, Citing Ruth Randall letter; Pioneers of Massachusetts pg. 116; LDS film 1033517.

90.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

91.  Jinny Whitehouse, jinny@zbzoom.net, Family Group Record, Citing Ruth Randall letter; Pioneers of Massachusetts pg. 116; LDS film 1033517.

92.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

93.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), Volume I.

94.  John Farmer, Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England,  (1829, Reprinted 1983 by Genealogical Publishing Company), 55.

95.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

96.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

97.  George N. MacKenzie, Colonial Families of the United States,  (1915, Reprint GenPubCo, 1966, Volume IV).

98.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985), 450.

99.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

100.  George N. MacKenzie, Colonial Families of the United States,  (1915, Reprint GenPubCo, 1966, Volume IV).

101.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

102.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 3.

103.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

104.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 4.

105.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

106.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 4.

107.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

108.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 4.

109.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

110.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 4.

111.  James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,  (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1860-1862).

112.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 88.

113.  Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts,  (Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969), 94.

114.  Orange Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Genealogy,  (1862: reprint, Salem, MA, Higginson Book Company), 6.

115.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 4.

116.  Kimball G. Everingham's Genealogical Research Outline.

117.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 88.

118.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 19.

119.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 91.

120.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 116.

121.  Massachusetts Archives, Muster Rolls, Volume 91, page 211.

122.  Worcester Court Records, Worcester, Mass., Series A, cases 23 and 729, recorded in vol. 14 and 15.

123.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 19.

124.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 116.

125.  Raymond Curtis Barnes, Barnes and Related Families Past and Present,  (1966).

126.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924).

127.  Charles Hudson, Hudson's History of Marlborough,  (The North American review / Volume 94, Issue 195, April 1862), 19.

128.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 119.

129.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 78.

130.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 119.

131.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 120.

132.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 119.

133.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 180.

134.  Temple, History of North Brookfield, 506.

135.  G.W. Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, Volume 1,  (Chapin Family Association, Hartford, CT, 1924), 78.

136.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 179.

137.  Franklin P. Pice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts,  (1909, Stanhope Press, F.H. Gibson Co., Boston, Massachusetts).

138.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 180.

139.  Franklin P. Pice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts,  (1909, Stanhope Press, F.H. Gibson Co., Boston, Massachusetts).

140.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 180.

141.  Franklin P. Pice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts,  (1909, Stanhope Press, F.H. Gibson Co., Boston, Massachusetts).

142.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 180.

143.  Franklin P. Pice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts,  (1909, Stanhope Press, F.H. Gibson Co., Boston, Massachusetts).

144.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 180.

145.  Franklin P. Pice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts,  (1909, Stanhope Press, F.H. Gibson Co., Boston, Massachusetts).

146.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 180.

147.  Franklin P. Pice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts,  (1909, Stanhope Press, F.H. Gibson Co., Boston, Massachusetts).

148.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 180.

149.  Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Volume 6, page 410.

150.  Historical Gazetteer of Vermont, Volume 3, page 393.

151.  D.A.R. Lineage Books, Volume 16, page 204.

152.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 259.

153.  Franklin P. Pice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts,  (1909, Stanhope Press, F.H. Gibson Co., Boston, Massachusetts).

154.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 259.

155.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 329.

156.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 259.

157.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 329.

158.  jpeppler@acpub.duke.edu, RootsWeb World Connect Project, "Electronic."

159.  1850 Census, Norfolk, County of St Lawrence, New York,  (Page 298, Entry 12, Family 109).

160.  Homer W. Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert 1582(?)-1659,  (New Haven, Connecticut, 1953), 259.

161.  1850 Census, Norfolk, County of St Lawrence, New York,  (Page 298, Entry 12, Family 109).

162.  Book A, Alien Reports of St. Lawrence County, New York State.

163.  1850 Census, Norfolk, County of St Lawrence, New York,  (Page 298, Entry 12, Family 109).

164.  Monthly Meeting of Friends (Quaker) Records; Honey Creek (University), Hardin County, Iowa, 127.

165.  1900 Census, Kansas, Republic County, Belleville.

166.  Witchita Beacon, Witchita, Kansas, "Obituary of Elizabeth Baldwin Fox," January 14, 1935.

167.  Witchita Beacon, Witchita, Kansas, "Obituary of Hiram Dwinell Fox," January 6, 1932.

168.  Death Certificate of Hiram Dwinell Fox,  (Sedgwick County, Kansas).

169.  Witchita Beacon, Witchita, Kansas, "Obituary of Hiram Dwinell Fox," January 6, 1932.

170.  Death Certificate of Hiram Dwinell Fox,  (Sedgwick County, Kansas).

171.  Robert Bruce L. Ardoin, 1820 Louisiana Census Records, Volume III,  (Polyanthos Publishing, New Orleans, 1977).

172.  Monthly Meeting of Friends (Quaker) Records; Honey Creek (University), Hardin County, Iowa, Book 7, Page 62.

173.  Witchita Beacon, Witchita, Kansas, "Obituary of Elizabeth Baldwin Fox," January 14, 1935.

174.  1900 Census, Kansas, Republic County, Belleville.

175.  Witchita Beacon, Witchita, Kansas, "Obituary of Elizabeth Baldwin Fox," January 14, 1935.

176.  1900 Census, Kansas, Republic County, Belleville.

177.  Witchita Beacon, Witchita, Kansas, "Obituary of Elizabeth Baldwin Fox," January 14, 1935.

178.  Discharge Certificate, U. S. Army, Norman G. Fox.

179.  1900 Census, Kansas, Republic County, Belleville.

180.  United States Naval Discharge Record.

 

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