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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

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