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Descendants of Roger Chapin

 

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Generation One

1. Roger1 Chapin; baptized 1535 in St. Mary's Church, Totnes, Devonshire, England (Roxanne Thornton, "Message from Roxanne Thornton," e-mail message from rthornton@prodigy.net (private mailing address) to Richard Fox, April 20, 2002. Hereinafter cited as "Email from Roxanne Thornton (4-20-2002)".); married Urdde (--?--); died Dec 9, 1590 in Constantine, Falmouth, Cornwall, England.

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 Roger1 Chapin and Urdde (--?--) were as follows:

  • 2 i. Johan (Joan?)2 Chapin; born 1560.

  • + 3 ii. John Chapin, baptized Sep 25, 1566 in St. Mary's Church, Totnes, Devonshire, England; married Phillipe Easton.

  • 4 iii. Margett Chapin; baptized May 8, 1576 (Roxanne Thornton (citing English Ancestry from New England Genealogical Register), "Message from Roxanne Thornton," e-mail message from rthornton@prodigy.net (private mailing address) to Richard Fox, March 27, 2002. Hereinafter cited as "Email from Roxanne Thornton (3-27-2002)".).

  • 5 iv. Luke Chapin; baptized May 8, 1576 in Totnes, Devonshire, England (Ibid.); died Sep 9, 1590 in Totnes, Devonshire, England, at age 14.

    He died of the plague.

  • 6 v. Margery Chapin; died Oct 31, 1569 (Ibid.).

Generation Two

3. John2 Chapin (Roger1); baptized Sep 25, 1566 in St. Mary's Church, Totnes, Devonshire, England (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins of New England Families, Vol 1 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1985), 449. Hereinafter cited as English Origins.) (Roxanne Thornton, "Email from Roxanne Thornton (4-20-2002)," e-mail to Richard Fox, April 20, 2002.); married Phillipe Easton, daughter of Henry Easton and Joan Cliffee, Sep 14, 1590 in Paignton, Devonshire, England (Gilbert and Torrey Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants of Thomas Gilbert, 1582(?) - 1659 of Mt. Wollastin (Braintree), Windsor, and Wethersfield (New Haven, Connecticut: Higginson Book Company, 1953), 52. Hereinafter cited as The Gilbert Family - Descendants.) (Gilbert Warren Chapin The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data, With Brief Biographical Sketches of the Descendants of Deacon Samuel Chapin, Volume I (Hartford, CT: Chapin Family Association, 1924), X. Hereinafter cited as The Chapin Book.); died Jun 3, 1600 in Paignton, Devonshire, England, at age 33 (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins, 449.).

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

Children of John2 Chapin and Phillipe Easton were as follows:

  • 7 i. Joane3 Chapin; born Jun 26, 1591 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; married James Narracott Jul 9, 1611 in Paignton, Devonshire, England (Ibid.).

  • 8 ii. Phillipe Chapin; born Jan 6, 1593/94 in Paignton, Devonshire, England.

  • + 9 iii. Thomas Chapin, born Mar 8, 1596/97 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; married Bridgett Hannaford.

  • + 10 iv. Deacon Samuel Chapin, born 1598; married Cicely Penny.

  • 11 v. Margaret Chapin; died Dec 11, 1600.

Generation Three

9. Thomas3 Chapin (John2, Roger1); born Mar 8, 1596/97 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; married Bridgett Hannaford Aug 7, 1620 in Paignton, Devonshire, England (Ibid.); died May 27, 1628 in Paignton, Devonshire, England, at age 31.

Children of Thomas3 Chapin and Bridgett Hannaford were as follows:

  • 12 i. Phillipe4 Chapin; born Jul 6, 1621.

  • 13 ii. John Chapin; born Jun 1, 1623.

  • 14 iii. Samuell Chapin; born Jul 4, 1624; died Jun 15, 1628 at age 3.

  • 15 iv. Thomas Chapin; born Jul 14, 1626.

10. Deacon Samuel3 Chapin (John2, Roger1); born 1598; He was Christened on October 8, 1598 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; married Cicely Penny, daughter of Henry Penny and Jane (--?--), Feb 9, 1623 in Paignton Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, Paignton, Devonshire, England (Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants, 52.) (George N. MacKenzie Colonial Families of the United States, IV (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1915 (reprint 1966)), 75. Hereinafter cited as Colonial Families of the United States.); died Nov 11, 1675 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (John Farmer, Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England : 1620-1675 (Salem, MA: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1829 (Reprint 1983)), 55. Hereinafter cited as Genealogical Register.) (Henry M. Burt The First Century History of Springfield, Official Records, 1636 - 1736, II (Springfield, MA: Privately printed, 1899), 545. Hereinafter cited as The First Century of Springfield - Volume II.); buried Nov 15, 1675 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

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.

Children of Deacon Samuel3 Chapin and Cicely Penny were as follows:

  • + 16 i. David4 Chapin, born 1624; married Lydia Crump.

  • + 17 ii. Catherine Chapin, born 1626 in Paignton, Devonshire, England; married Nathaniel Bliss; married Thomas Gilbert; married Samuel Marshfield.

  • 18 iii. Sarah Chapin; born Oct, 1628 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins, 450.); married Rowland Thomas Apr 14, 1647 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 545.); died Aug 5, 1684 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 55.

  • + 19 iv. Henry Chapin, born Jan 25, 1630/31 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; married Bethia Cooley.

  • 20 v. Samuel Chapin; born Jan 25, 1630/31 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; died Jul 10, 1634 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England, at age 3; buried Jul 10, 1634 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England.

  • 21 vi. John Chapin; baptized Jan 16, 1632/33 in Totnes, Devonshire, England (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins, 450.) (Roxanne Thornton, "Email from Roxanne Thornton (4-20-2002)," e-mail to Richard Fox, April 20, 2002.).

  • 22 vii. Honor Chapin; born May 8, 1635 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; died May 8, 1636 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England, at age 1.

  • + 23 viii. Josiah Chapin, born Oct 29, 1637 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; married Mary King.

  • + 24 ix. Japhet Chapin, born Oct 5, 1642 in Roxbury, Massachusetts; married Abelenah Cooley; married Dorothy Root.

  • 25 x. Hannah Chapin; born Dec 2, 1644 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins, 450.); married John Hitchcock Sep 27, 1666 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 545.); died May 21, 1719 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 74.

Generation Four

16. David4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born 1624; married Lydia Crump Aug 29, 1654 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (Ibid., 547.) (James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692 on the Basis of Farmer's Register (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1860-1862), Vol 1, 360. Hereinafter cited as Genealogical Dictionary.); died Aug 16, 1672 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

Children of David4 Chapin and Lydia Crump were as follows:

  • 26 i. Lydia5 Chapin; born Apr 19, 1655 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy (Salem, MA: Higginson Book Company, 1862), 6. Hereinafter cited as The Chapin Genealogy.).

  • + 27 ii. Caleb Chapin, born Feb 2, 1656/57; married Sarah (--?--).

  • 28 iii. Sarah Chapin; born Mar 3, 1657/58 (Ibid., 7.).

  • 29 iv. Hannah Chapin; born Oct 23, 1662 (Ibid.).

  • 30 v. Ebenezer Chapin; born Apr 6, 1664 (Ibid.) (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.); married Sarah Gilbert, daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Catherine Chapin, Oct 14, 1702.

  • 31 vi. Jonathan Chapin; born Feb 12, 1665/66 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 7.).

  • 32 vii. Union Chapin; born Dec 23, 1669 (Ibid.).

17. Catherine4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born 1626 in Paignton, Devonshire, England (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins, 450.); married Nathaniel Bliss Nov 20, 1646 (George N. MacKenzie Colonial Families of the United States, 75.) (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 545.); married Thomas Gilbert, son of Thomas Gilbert and Elizabeth Bennett, Jun 30, 1655 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut (Ibid., 582.) (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.); married Samuel Marshfield Dec 28, 1664 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (George N. MacKenzie Colonial Families of the United States, 75.); died Feb 4, 1712/13 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 6.).

Children of Catherine4 Chapin and Nathaniel Bliss were as follows:

  • 33 i. Samuel5 Bliss; born Nov 7, 1647; married Sarah Stebbins; died Jun 19, 1749 at age 101.

  • 34 ii. Margaret Bliss; born Nov 12, 1649; married Nathaniel Foot; died Apr 3, 1745 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut, at age 95.

  • 35 iii. Mary Bliss; born Sep 23, 1651; married Nathaniel Holcomb.

  • 36 iv. Nathaniel Bliss; born Mar 27, 1653; married Deborah Colton, daughter of George Colton.

Children of Catherine4 Chapin and Thomas Gilbert were as follows:

  • 37 i. Sarah5 Gilbert; born Feb 19, 1655/56 (Ibid.); married Samuel Field Aug 9, 1676 (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 582.); married Ebenezer Chapin, son of David Chapin and Lydia Crump, Oct 14, 1702; died Feb 4, 1711/12 at age 55 (Gilbert Warren Chapin The Chapin Book, 17.).

  • 38 ii. John Gilbert; born Oct 18, 1657 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 6.); married Hannah Blakeman in Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Hannah Canfield Jul 2, 1695 in Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1709 in Stratford, New Haven, Connecticut.

  • + 39 iii. Thomas Gilbert, born Mar 15, 1657/58 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; married Abilene Marshfield; married Anna Bancroft.

  • + 40 iv. Captain Henry Gilbert, born Mar 1, 1660/61 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Belding.

Children of Catherine4 Chapin and Samuel Marshfield were as follows:

  • 41 i. Margaret5 Marshfield; born Dec 3, 1670 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; died Jun 12, 1758 in West Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 87; buried in Old Meadow Cem., West Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

  • 42 ii. Hester Marshfield; born Sep 6, 1667 (Ibid.).

  • 43 iii. Josias Marshfield; born Sep 29, 1665 (Ibid.).

19. Henry4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Jan 25, 1630/31 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins, 450.); married Bethia Cooley, daughter of Benjamin Cooley and Sarah (--?--), Dec 15, 1664 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.) (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 546.); died Aug 15, 1718 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 87 (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.).

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 Henry4 Chapin and Bethia Cooley were as follows:

  • 44 i. Henry5 Chapin; born Jan 1, 1665/66 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (Ibid.); died Apr 29, 1667 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 1 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 6.).

  • 45 ii. Mary Chapin; born 1668 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; married Benjamin Wright Jan 24, 1694/95; died Jan 13, 1707/8 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

  • 46 iii. Sarah Chapin; born Mar 3, 1669/70 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.); died Nov 6, 1732 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 62 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 6.).

  • 47 iv. Bethia Chapin; born Feb 19, 1673/74 (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.).

  • 48 v. Henry Chapin; born Mar 19, 1678/79 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (Ibid.); married Mary Gurnsey Feb 19, 1701/2; died Sep 15, 1754 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 75.

  • 49 vi. Benjamin Chapin; born Feb 2, 1681/82 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts (Ibid.); married Hannah Colton Nov 9, 1704; died Mar 27, 1756 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 74.

23. Josiah4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Oct 29, 1637 in Berry Pomeroy, Devonshire, England; married Mary King Nov 30, 1658 in Norfolk, Massachusetts; died Sep 10, 1726 in Mendon, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, at age 88 (Ibid.).

1659: Representative of the the General Court of Mass.

1678: Freeman

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.

1689: Representative for Mendon.

Children of Josiah4 Chapin and Mary King were:

  • 50 i. Samuel5 Chapin; born Nov 11, 1659 (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 547.).

24. Japhet4 Chapin (Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Oct 5, 1642 in Roxbury, Massachusetts (New England Historical and Genealogical Register, English Origins, 450.); married Abelenah Cooley, daughter of Samuel Cooley, Jul 22, 1664 in Milford, New Haven County, Conneticut (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.); married Dorothy Root May 31, 1711 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 3.); died Feb 20, 1711/12 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts, at age 69 (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.); buried in Springfield Graveyard, Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

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 Japhet4 Chapin and Abelenah Cooley were as follows:

  • 51 i. Samuel5 Chapin; born Aug 4, 1665; married Hannah Sheldon.

  • 52 ii. Sarah Chapin; born Mar 15, 1667/68; married Nathaniel Nunn Mar 24, 1689/90 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 4.).

  • 53 iii. Thomas Chapin; born May 10, 1671; married Sarah Wright (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 547.); died Aug 27, 1755 at age 84 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 4.).

  • 54 iv. John Chapin; born May 14, 1674; married Sarah Bridgman; died Jun 1, 1759 at age 85 (Ibid.).

  • + 55 v. Ebenezer Chapin, born Jun 26, 1677; married Ruth Janes.

  • 56 vi. Hannah Chapin; born Jun 21, 1679; died Jul 7, 1679 (Ibid.).

  • 57 vii. Hannah Chapin; born Jul 18, 1680; married John Sheldon Dec 3, 1703 (Ibid.).

    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.

  • 58 viii. David Chapin; born Nov 18, 1682; married Sarah Stebbins; died Jul 7, 1772 at age 89 (Ibid.).

  • 59 ix. Jonathan Chapin; born Feb 20, 1684/85; died Mar 1, 1685/86 at age 1 (Ibid.).

  • 60 x. Jonathan Chapin; born Sep 23, 1688; married Elizabeth Burt; died Feb 23, 1761 at age 72 (Ibid.).

  • 61 xi. Daniel Chapin.

There were no children of Japhet4 Chapin and Dorothy Root.

    Generation Five

    27. Caleb5 Chapin (David4, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Feb 2, 1656/57 (Ibid., 6.); married Sarah (--?--).

    Children of Caleb5 Chapin and Sarah (--?--) were as follows:

    • 62 i. Hannah6 Chapin; born Jan 4, 1682 (James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary, Vol 1, 360.).

    • 63 ii. Lydia Chapin; born Mar 15, 1683 (Ibid.).

    • 64 iii. Caleb Chapin; born Apr 2, 1686 (Ibid.).

    • 65 iv. David Chapin; born Jul 2, 1690 (Ibid.).

    39. Thomas5 Gilbert (Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Mar 15, 1657/58 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 6.); married Abilene Marshfield Aug 4, 1680 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 602.); married Anna Bancroft, daughter of Thomas Bancroft, Apr 9, 1690 (Ibid., 583.); died May 14, 1698 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, at age 40.

    According to The First Century of Springfield, Volume II, "He was before the court for going fishing on Sunday with Marshfield's Indian servant, Tobey."

    Children of Thomas5 Gilbert and Abilene Marshfield were as follows:

    • 66 i. Thomas6 Gilbert; born Nov 3, 1681 (Ibid.).

    • 67 ii. Samuel Gilbert; born Sep 4, 1683 (Ibid.).

    • 68 iii. Sarah Gilbert; born Sep 11, 1685 (Ibid.); died Oct 14, 1685 (Ibid.).

    • 69 iv. Jonathan Gilbert; born Nov 4, 1686 (Ibid.).

    • 70 v. John Gilbert; born Feb 28, 1687 (Ibid.).

    Children of Thomas5 Gilbert and Anna Bancroft were as follows:

    • 71 i. John6 Gilbert; born Mar 16, 1691 (Ibid.).

    • 72 ii. Ebenezer Gilbert; died Oct 14, 1685 (Ibid.).

    • 73 iii. Margaret Gilbert; born Mar 27, 1693 (Ibid.).

    • 74 iv. Sarah Gilbert; born Jan 18, 1694 (Ibid.).

    • 75 v. Anna Gilbert; born Feb 16, 1696 (Ibid.); married Joseph Segar (Ibid.).

    40. Captain Henry5 Gilbert (Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Mar 1, 1660/61 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts (Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), 94. Hereinafter cited as The Pioneers of Massachusetts.) (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 6.); married Elizabeth Belding, daughter of Samuel Belding and Mary (--?--), Jan 31, 1682/83 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts (Henry M. Burt The First Century of Springfield - Volume II, 582.); died Aug 17, 1740 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, at age 79 (Gilbert Warren Chapin The Chapin Book, 4.); buried in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.

    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 whom was 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 Captain Henry5 Gilbert and Elizabeth Belding were as follows:

    • 76 i. Henry6 Gilbert; born Jan 6, 1683/84.

    • 77 ii. John Gilbert; born Oct 10, 1685; married Abial Hayward; married Elizabeth Witt; married Sarah Dunton.

    • 78 iii. Elizabeth Gilbert; born Mar 2, 1687/88; died Apr 17, 1688.

    • + 79 iv. Samuel Gilbert, born Aug 7, 1689 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; married Lidiah Barnes.

    • 80 v. Mercy Gilbert; born 1691; married Samuel Barnes, son of Thomas Barnes and Mary How; married Josiah Converse, son of James Converse and Hannah Carter, Nov 18, 1755; died Mar 11, 1781.

    • 81 vi. Ebenzer Gilbert; born circa 1693; married Deborah (--?--).

    • 82 vii. Thomas Gilbert; born circa 1695; married Judith Goss.

    • 83 viii. Nathaniel Gilbert; born circa 1698; married Hannah Jones.

    • 84 ix. Elizabeth Gilbert; born circa 1702; married Enoch Hinds, son of John Hinds and Mary Butler, Feb 20, 1721/22.

    55. Ebenezer5 Chapin (Japhet4, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Jun 26, 1677; married Ruth Janes; died Dec 13, 1772 at age 95 (Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, 4.).

    Children of Ebenezer5 Chapin and Ruth Janes were:

    • + 85 i. Moses6 Chapin, born Aug 24, 1712 in Springfield, Massachusetts MA; married Jerusha Rockwell; married Elizabeth Dwight.

    Generation Six

    79. Samuel6 Gilbert (Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Aug 7, 1689 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts (Gilbert Warren Chapin The Chapin Book, 19.); married Lidiah Barnes, daughter of Thomas Barnes and Mary How, Mar 24, 1709/10 in Marlborough, Middlesex Co., MA; died Apr 16, 1778 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, at age 88.

    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 Samuel6 Gilbert and Lidiah Barnes were as follows:

    • + 86 i. Lydia7 Gilbert, born Jan 3, 1711/12 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Peter Abbott.

    • 87 ii. Hannah Gilbert; born Nov 19, 1713 in Brookfield, Worcester, Mass; married Cornelius White Mar 4, 1735/36; died Jul 19, 1787 at age 73.

    • 88 iii. Samuel Gilbert; born Feb 26, 1714/15; married Ann Crary; died Jul 6, 1779 at age 64 (Ibid., 78.).

    • 89 iv. Damaris Gilbert; born Mar 20, 1717/18 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; married William Olds Feb 16, 1737/38.

    • 90 v. Sarah Gilbert; born Aug 17, 1720 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; married James Ross Dec 6, 1745; died Dec 6, 1793 at age 73.

    • 91 vi. Naomi Gilbert; born Feb 12, 1722/23 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; married Thomas Taylor Jul 2, 1745; died Sep 27, 1756 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA, at age 33.

    • + 92 vii. Luke Gilbert, born Sep 12, 1726 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Barnes.

    • 93 viii. Othniel Gilbert; born Oct 30, 1728; married Rachel Abbott; married Susanna Allen.

    • 94 ix. Jesse Gilbert; born Feb 8, 1729/30 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA.

    • 95 x. Moses Gilbert; born Apr 20, 1733 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died Dec 6, 1738 at age 5.

    85. Moses6 Chapin (Ebenezer5, Japhet4, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Aug 24, 1712 in Springfield, Massachusetts MA; married Jerusha Rockwell (Edmund West compiler, Provo, Utah, Gene Pool Individual Records, online Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as Gene Pool Individual Records.); married Elizabeth Dwight (Ibid.); died Nov 3, 1793 at age 81.

    There were no children of Moses6 Chapin and Jerusha Rockwell.

      Children of Moses6 Chapin and Elizabeth Dwight were:

      Generation Seven

      86. Lydia7 Gilbert (Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Jan 3, 1711/12 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Peter Abbott Feb 1, 1729/30 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; died before Nov, 1759.

      Children of Lydia7 Gilbert and Peter Abbott were as follows:

      • 97 i. Nathan8 Abbott.

      • 98 ii. Joel Abbott.

      • 99 iii. Damaris Abbott.

      • 100 iv. Gideon Abbott.

      • 101 v. Elizabeth Abbott.

      • 102 vi. Jesse Abbott.

      • 103 vii. Moses Abbott.

      • 104 viii. Joshua Abbott.

      • 105 ix. Lydia Abbott.

      • 106 x. Prudence Abbott.

      • 107 xi. Sarah Abbott.

      • 108 xii. John Abbott.

      92. Luke7 Gilbert (Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Sep 12, 1726 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts (Gilbert Warren Chapin The Chapin Book, 78.); married Elizabeth Barnes, daughter of Deacon Comfort Barnes and Sarah Abbott, Dec 12, 1751 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts (Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants, 179.) (Gene Pool Individual Records, online Ancestry.com.) (Franklin P. Rice, Vital Records for Brookfield, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849 (Worcester, MA: F. H. Gibson Company, 1909). Hereinafter cited as Vital Records for Brookfield, MA.); died Mar 31, 1771 at age 44.

      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 Luke7 Gilbert and Elizabeth Barnes were as follows:

      • + 109 i. Susanna8 Gilbert, born Sep 22, 1752 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; married Josiah Brown; married William Gamble.

      • 110 ii. Zadock Gilbert; born Jan 10, 1754 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; married Rhoda Allen.

      • 111 iii. Lydia Gilbert; born Nov 15, 1755 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; died Feb 18, 1836 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, at age 80 (Ibid.).

      • 112 iv. Naomi Gilbert; born Mar 14, 1757 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; married Joel Fosgate, son of Robert Fosgate and Sarah Howe, Dec 11, 1777 in Bolton, MA; died Oct 1, 1839 at age 82.

      • 113 v. Samuel Gilbert; born Mar 22, 1759 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Hannah Fox; married Priscillia Willington Oct 23, 1788 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts (Ibid.).

      • 114 vi. Martha Gilbert; born Mar 5, 1761 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Joseph Burnell, son of Joseph Burnell and Hannah Tucker, Jan 24, 1782 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts (Ibid.).

      • 115 vii. Miriam Gilbert; born Jan 28, 1763 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Abijah Hitchcock, son of Moses Hitchcock and Bethiah Younglove, Dec 3, 1782 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts (Ibid.); died before Aug 3, 1795.

      • + 116 viii. Elam Gilbert, born Nov 19, 1764 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Susannah Ray.

      • 117 ix. Solomon Gilbert; born Jun 22, 1767 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts (Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants, 180.); married Eunice (--?--) (Franklin P. Rice, Vital Records for Brookfield, MA.); married Ester Smith; died Aug 19, 1848 at age 81; buried in North Cemetery, Marlbough, MA.

      • 118 x. Luke Gilbert; born Aug 20, 1769 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Sabra Hurd.

      96. Frederick7 Chapin (Moses6, Ebenezer5, Japhet4, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born May 12, 1760 (Gene Pool Individual Records, online Ancestry.com.); died in CT.

      Children of Frederick7 Chapin and an unknown spouse were:

      Generation Eight

      109. Susanna8 Gilbert (Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Sep 22, 1752 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA; married Josiah Brown Nov 11, 1776; married William Gamble Jul 5, 1789 in Brookfield, Massachusetts (Franklin P. Rice, Vital Records for Brookfield, MA.).

      Children of Susanna8 Gilbert and Josiah Brown were as follows:

      • 120 i. Patty9 Brown.

      • 121 ii. Luke Brown.

      • 122 iii. Samuel Brown.

      • 123 iv. Anna Brown.

      • 124 v. Joseph Brown.

      • 125 vi. Asaph Brown.

      • 126 vii. Lydia Brown.

      There were no children of Susanna8 Gilbert and William Gamble.

        116. Elam8 Gilbert (Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Nov 19, 1764 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts; married Susannah Ray, daughter of Benjamn Ray and Sarah Bragg, Apr, 1793 in Marlborough, Vermont (Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants, 259.); died Aug 24, 1847 in Sheldon, Vermont, at age 82.

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

        Children of Elam8 Gilbert and Susannah Ray were as follows:

        • 127 i. Dexter9 Gilbert; born Jul 9, 1793 (Ibid., 329.); married Elizabeth Jackson Apr 27, 1817; married Lucy H. Tracy Aug 31, 1843; died May 6, 1885 at age 91.

        • 128 ii. Benjamin Gilbert; born Jan 6, 1795.

        • + 129 iii. Lyman Gilbert, born Jun 13, 1798 in Brandon, Vermont; married Eugenia Stowe; married Marian Jackson.

        • + 130 iv. Ozias Gilbert, born Jun 16, 1800 in Brandon, Rutland County, Vermont; married Eliza Ann Goodrich; married Clara (--?--).

        • 131 v. Jarius Gilbert; born May 3, 1802 in Brandon, Rutland, Vermont; died in Sheldon Four Corners, Vermont.

        • 132 vi. Huldah Gilbert; born Aug 28, 1804 in Brandon, Rutland, Vermont; married Ahira Tracy, son of Issac Tracy and Lydia (--?--), 1828.

        • 133 vii. Elihu Gilbert; born Aug 25, 1806 in Brandon, Rutland, Vermont; married an unknown person 1830.

        119. Frederick8 Chapin Jr. (Frederick7, Moses6, Ebenezer5, Japhet4, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born May 12, 1792 (Tim White, "Message from Tim White," e-mail message from timwhite@coastal-business.com (private mailing address) to Richard Fox, January 28, 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Email from Tim White".); married Locky or Locha Teed 1813 (Ibid.); died Jul, 1838 at age 46 (Ibid.).

        Children of Frederick8 Chapin Jr. and Locky or Locha Teed were:

        Generation Nine

        129. Lyman9 Gilbert (Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Jun 13, 1798 in Brandon, Vermont; married Eugenia Stowe Sep 16, 1828; married Marian Jackson Sep 16, 1833 (Brainard, The Gilbert Family - Descendants, 329.); died Mar 28, 1885 in Brooklyn, New York, at age 86 (Ibid.).

        Children of Lyman9 Gilbert and Eugenia Stowe were:

        • 135 i. .

          Eugenia Marion10 Gilbert; She never married but appears in several deeds dispensing the properties of her uncle David Homer Williams, a descendant of Roger Williams.

        There were no children of Lyman9 Gilbert and Marian Jackson.

          130. Ozias9 Gilbert (Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Jun 16, 1800 in Brandon, Rutland County, Vermont (Ozias Gilbert household, 1850 Census, Norfolk, County of St. Lawrence, New York, page 142, dwelling 2, family 2, In custody of Richard N. Fox.) (Gene Pool Individual Records, online Ancestry.com.); married Eliza Ann Goodrich; married Clara (--?--); died 1857 in Sheldon, Vermont; buried in Raymondville Cemetery, Raymondville, St. Lawrence County, New York (Letter from City Historian for Norfolk, New York wherein information from tombstones in the Raymondville Cemetery are cited Leon Burnap (105 River Road, Norfolk, New York 13667) to Richard Thornton Fox, 12-4-1997; In custody of Captain Richard Thornton Fox (2412 Sterling Point Drive, Portsmouth, Virginia).).

          He shows in the 1830 and 1850 New York Census in Norfolk, St. Lawrence County.

          Children of Ozias9 Gilbert and Eliza Ann Goodrich both born in New York were as follows:

          • + 136 i. Amanda10 Gilbert, born 1822; married Charles Fox.

          • 137 ii. Eliza Ann Gilbert; born 1824 (1850 Census, Norfolk, County of St. Lawrence, New York, page 142, dwelling 2, family 2.).

          Children of Ozias9 Gilbert and Clara (--?--) were as follows:

          • 138 i. Norman10 Gilbert; born 1833 in New York (Ibid.).

          • 139 ii. George Gilbert; born 1836 in New York (Ibid.).

          • 140 iii. Cyrus Gilbert; born 1840 in New York (Ibid.).

          • 141 iv. Charles Gilbert; born 1831 (Letter, Leon Burnap to Richard Thornton Fox, 12-4-1997.); died 1841 in Raymondville, New York; buried in Raymondville Cemetery, Raymondville, St. Lawrence County, New York (Ibid.).

          134. Lucretia Morton9 Chapin (Frederick8, Frederick7, Moses6, Ebenezer5, Japhet4, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born 1814 (Tim White, "Email from Tim White," e-mail to Richard Fox, January 28, 2001.); married Albert Augustus Squier (Ibid.); died 1908 (Ibid.).

          Children of Lucretia Morton9 Chapin and Albert Augustus Squier were:

          • 142 i. Albert Clark10 Squier; born Feb 14, 1836; died 1915.

          Generation Ten

          136. Amanda10 Gilbert (Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born 1822 in New York (Charles Fox household, 1850 Census, Norfolk, County of St. Lawrence, New York, page 298, dwelling 2, family 2, In custody of Richard N. Fox.); married Charles Fox.

          Children of Amanda10 Gilbert and Charles Fox were as follows:

          • 143 i. Katherine11 Fox.

          • 144 ii. Clara Fox.

          • 145 iii. William Fox; born 1846 in New York (Ibid.).

          • 146 iv. Ozias Fox; born Jun 16, 1849 in New York (Ibid.); died 1857; buried in Raymondsville City Cemetery, St Lawrence County, New York.

          • + 147 v. Hiram Dwinell Fox, born Mar 12, 1851 in Raymondville, New York; married Elizabeth F Baldwin.

          Generation Eleven

          147. Hiram Dwinell11 Fox (Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Mar 12, 1851 in Raymondville, New York (City Employee for 15 Years is Dead, Obituary for Hiram Fox, Wichita, Kansas. Hereinafter cited as Obituary for Hiram Fox.) (Hiram Dwinell Fox, Standard Certificate of Death 287 20546 (January 7, 1932), In custody of Richard N. Fox, P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska. Hereinafter cited as Death Certificate for Hiram Fox.); married Elizabeth F Baldwin, daughter of John Baldwin and Martha L Osborn, Nov 15, 1879 in Levenworth, Kansas (William Wade Hinshaw, Index to Iowa Quaker Meeting Records - Orthodox, Part 3 (not idicated: unpublished typescript, no date), 62. Hereinafter cited as Index to Iowa Quaker Meetings.); died Jan 5, 1932 in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas, at age 80 (Hiram Dwinell Fox, Death Certificate for Hiram 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.

          Children of Hiram Dwinell11 Fox and Elizabeth F Baldwin were as follows:

          • 148 i. Gilbert Earl12 Fox.

          • + 149 ii. C. Raymond Fox, born Oct 30, 1880 in Iowa; married Ruth (--?--).

          • + 150 iii. John Leslie Fox, born Oct 9, 1887 in Green, Clay, Kansas; married Edith Enoch.

          • + 151 iv. Norman Gilbert Fox, born Oct 10, 1891 in Newberg, Oregon; married Ruby Mae Thornton.

          Generation Twelve

          149. C. Raymond12 Fox (Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Oct 30, 1880 in Iowa; married Ruth (--?--).

          Children of C. Raymond12 Fox and Ruth (--?--) were as follows:

          • 152 i. Gladys13 Fox.

          • 153 ii. John Fox.

          • 154 iii. Ralph Fox.

          150. John Leslie12 Fox (Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Oct 9, 1887 in Green, Clay, Kansas; married Edith Enoch; died Dec 22, 1958 in California at age 71.

          Children of John Leslie12 Fox and Edith Enoch were as follows:

          151. Norman Gilbert12 Fox (Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Oct 10, 1891 in Newberg, Oregon (Norman Gilbert Fox Photograph of Tombstone in City Cemetery of Liberty, Texas, In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska).); married Ruby Mae Thornton, daughter of John Ruben Thornton and Jane Caroline Boarman, Mar 21, 1920; died Dec 28, 1963 in Lake Charles, Louisiana, at age 72 (Ibid.); buried in City Cemetery, Liberty, Texas.

          Children of Norman Gilbert12 Fox and Ruby Mae Thornton were as follows:

          Generation Thirteen

          155. Norman13 Fox (John12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Oct 17, 1910 in Joplin, Missouri; married an unknown person; died Jul 13, 1962 in Santa Ana, California, at age 51.

          Children of Norman13 Fox and an unknown spouse were:

          • 160 i. John Leslie14 Fox II.

          156. Mary Katherine13 Fox (John12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born May 16, 1912; married Paul O'Kain; died 1981.

          Children of Mary Katherine13 Fox and Paul O'Kain are as follows:

          157. James Ellsworth13 Fox (John12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Aug 2, 1923 in Wichita, Kansas; married Mary K. (--?--); died 1990.

          Children of James Ellsworth13 Fox and Mary K. (--?--) are:

          • 164 i. Dennis14 Fox is still living.

          158. Raymond Donald13 Fox (Norman12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1); born Dec 8, 1924 in San Antonio, Texas ("Notice of Separation from U.S. Naval Service", Naval Discharge Documents for Raymond Donald Fox, Dated January 12, 1946; In custody of Richard N. Fox; P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska. Hereinafter cited as "U.S. Naval Discharge Documents".); married Agatha Virginia Morgan, daughter of Frank Elwin Morgan II and Virginia Noble Vaughan, 1941; married Daphne Bridgeman Powell 1960; died Apr 12, 1960 in New Iberia, Louisiana, at age 35; buried in City Cemetery, Liberty, Texas.

          Children of Raymond Donald13 Fox and Agatha Virginia Morgan are as follows:

          There were no children of Raymond Donald13 Fox and Daphne Bridgeman Powell.

            159. Captain Richard Thornton13 Fox (Norman12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) is still living.

            Children of Captain Richard Thornton13 Fox and Shirley Barber both born in Portsmouth, Virginia, are as follows:

            • 168 i. Susan14 Fox is still living.

            • 169 ii. Richard Thornton Fox Jr is still living.

            Generation Fourteen

            162. Barbara K.14 O'Kain (Mary13Fox, John12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) is still living.

            Children of Barbara K.14 O'Kain and Tom Irone were as follows:

            • 170 i. Alan15 Irone.

            • 171 ii. Mark Irone.

            163. Alan Norman14 O'Kain (Mary13Fox, John12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) is still living.

            Children of Alan Norman14 O'Kain and Jenny (--?--) were:

            • 172 i. Annie15 O'Kain.

            165. Raymond Donald14 Fox II (Raymond13, Norman12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) is still living.

            Children of Raymond Donald14 Fox II and Rita Nopens are:

            Children of Raymond Donald14 Fox II and Nancy Bergman are:

            • 174 i. Jennifer Elizabeth15 Fox is still living.

            166. Sharon Ann14 Fox (Raymond13, Norman12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) is still living.

            Children of Sharon Ann14 Fox and Thomas Benton Cruse all born in Monroe, Louisiana, were as follows:

            • 175 i. Tom15 Cruse; born Aug 13, 1971; died Apr 8, 1997 at age 25.

            • 176 ii. Jay Cruse is still living.

            • 177 iii. Mary Cruse is still living.

            167. Richard Norman14 Fox (Raymond13, Norman12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) is still living.

            Children of Richard Norman14 Fox and Debra Jane Egan are as follows:

            • 178 i. Richard Raymond15 Fox is still living.

            • 179 ii. Ryan Edward Fox is still living.

            • 180 iii. Robyn Seyward Fox is still living.

            • 181 iv. Renee Debra Fox is still living.

            Generation Fifteen

            173. Caprice Illene15 Fox (Raymond14, Raymond13, Norman12, Hiram11, Amanda10Gilbert, Ozias9, Elam8, Luke7, Samuel6, Henry5, Catherine4Chapin, Samuel3, John2, Roger1) is still living.

            Children of Caprice Illene15 Fox and Robert Transue are:

            • 182 i. Brice Cody16 Transue is still living.

            Children of Caprice Illene15 Fox and Eddie Whitten are:

            • 183 i. Eddie Kole16 Whitten is still living.


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