Note: Deacon John Chandler NEHGS Vol.11 pg.220, Jul 1857 - "WOODSTOCK - This town was settled as early as 1683, by a company from Roxbury, who regarded it at the time as belonging to Worcester County, and gave it the name of New Roxbury. It was chartered by the State of Massachusetts in 1690, and received the name of Woodstock... It came under the jurisdiction of Connecticut in 1749. Among the early settlers was John Chandler, son of William of Roxbury... The son removed with his family, having already married Elizabeth, daughter of William Douglas, of New-London. Here he continued to reside for a period of 20 years, strong in the confiedence of his townsmen to the time of his death, April 15, 1703." . NEHGS vol.15, pg.339, Oct 1861 - He (John) immigrated to this country with his parents - William and Annis - in 1637, and moved to Woodstock, CT in 1683 Known as Deacon John Chandler - (is Deacon a first name or a church application) . recheck marriage date - Find a Grave gives marriage as 16 Feb 1659 in Roxbury, MA
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