SAMUEL CHAPIN FAMILY

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  • ID: I15401
  • Name: Chester W. Chapin
  • Surname: Chapin
  • Given Name: Chester W.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 16 Feb 1842 in Springfield, Mass
  • Death: 11 Nov 1922 in New York, N.Y.
  • _UID: A5541B21157CFC459AF235C0811FD49E9A0B
  • Note: Chester Chapin was a man of manifold abilities and accoplishments. Educated in both America and Europe, he was a linguist, student and art connoisseur. His business abilities, like his father's, were directed largely to the transportational companies. He was President of the new York and New Haven Steamship Company and one of the organizers of the Centeral New England Railroad. More information on page 1046 of the Chapin Genealogy Book.
  • Change Date: 25 Feb 2003 at 06:58:09



    Father: Chester William Chapin b: 16 Dec 1798 in Ludlow, Mass
    Mother: Dorcus Chapin b: 11 Apr 1801 in Chicopee, Mass

    Marriage 1 Emelia Predmore b: 20 Feb 1842 in Livonia, N.Y.
    • Married: 6 Jun 1867 in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana
    • Note: could have married in New Orleans, Louisiana
    Children
    1. Has Children Julia Jeanette Chapin b: 24 Nov 1871 in of New York, N.Y.
    2. Has Children Pauline Antonina Chapin b: 27 Oct 1873 in of New York, N.Y.

    Marriage 2 Elizabeth Jennings Chapin b: May 1881
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