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Notes for Hannah Chapin
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.
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