Samuel Chipman was born 15 April 1661 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts to John Chipman (1621-1708) and Hope Howland (1629-1684) and died 16 June 1723 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Sarah Cobb (1663-1742) 27 December 1686 in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Samuel Chipman, first son of John Chipman (1) was born in Barnstable, Massachusetts, April 15, 1661; died in 1723. He resided in Barnstable, was often employed in its local affairs and was esteemed by its citizens. He built, on the paternal homestead near the Custom House, the "Chipman Tavern" which continued in the line of his posterity until 1830. He became a member of the church Aug. 16, 1691 and, as the records state, was or dained a deacon Sept. 1, 1706. Said to have been a car penter, he was by record a "yoeman and an innholder." On Dec. 27, 1686 he married Sarah, twelfth child of Ru. Elder Henry Cobb and his wife Sarah, of Barnstable, born March 10, 1663; died Jan. 8, 1743. Samuel Chip- man's will dated Aug. 31, 1722, proved June 17, 1723, mentions his wife and the chldren named below


Offspring of Samuel Chipman and Sarah Cobb (1663-1742)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Thomas Chipman (1687-1752) 17 November 1687 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, 1752 5 August 1752 Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut Abigail Lathrop (1689-1757)
Samuel Chipman (1689-1753)
John Chipman (1691-1775)
Abigail Chipman (1692-1719)
Joseph Chipman (1694-1733)
Mercy Chipman (1694-)
Jacob Chipman (1695-1741)
Seth Chipman (1697-1766)
Hannah Chipman (1699-1768) 24 September 1699 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 11 June 1768 West Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts Barnabas Lathrop (1663-1732)
Sarah Chipman (1701-1715)
Barnabas Chipman (1702-1759)




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