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Throope Chapman was born 25 March 1739 in Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut, United States to Thomas Chapman (1701-1793) and Mary Throop (1707-1795) and died 17 March 1794 Reedsboro, Bennington County, Vermont, United States of unspecified causes. He married Susanah Barney (1734-1774) 29 March 1756 . He married Deborah Wilson (1743-) 22 June 1774 . Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s, Henry II of England (1133-1189)/s, Hugh Capet (c940-996)/s, William I of England (1027-1087)/s, Rollo of Normandy (860-932)/s.

Private Troope Chapman - Co-Founder of Readsboro, Vermont


Vital Stats

  • Son of Thomas Chapman (1701-1793) and Mary Throop (1707-1795) of Scrope Family Lineage
  • 1739-Mar-25 : Birth at Ashford, Windham Co, Connecticut Colony
  • 1756-Mar-29 : Marriage (1) to Susanah Barney (1734-1774)
  • 1770 : Patent issued to founders of Readsboro township in Southern Vermont
  • 1774-Jun-22 : Marriage (2) to Deborah Wilson (1743-)
  • 1794-Mar-17 : Died at Readsboro, Bennington, Vermont, USA

Biography

Throope Chapman (1738–1794) was one of the founders of Readsboro, Vermont, USA. He served with Thomas Knowlton as a member of Captain John Slapp’s 8th Co, First Connecticut Regiment, during the Campaign of 1757 in the French and Indian War and also served in the Revolutionary War. He was a selectman in Readsboro through his death 1794.

Notable descendants (grandson) include Welcome Chapman (1805-1893).


Children of Throope Chapman and Susanah Barney

  1. William Chapman (1741-1796) - m. Elizabeth Ambrose
  2. Ester Chapman (1753-1840) - m. John Robbins
  3. William Ensign Chapman (1759-1807) - m. Amy Wilson
  4. Joseph Chapman (1760-)
  5. Mercy Chapman (1762-)
  6. Ebenezer M Chapman (1763-1850) - m. Lydia Wilson
  7. Susanna Chapman (1768-)
  8. Throop Chapman (1770-1775) - Died Young
  9. Johnathon Wilson Chapman (1771-) - m. Rhoda Amidon
  10. Mary Throop Chapman (1772-1828) - m. John Clough


Children of Throope Chapman and Deborah Wilson

  1. Sybil Chapman (1776-) -
  2. Throop Chapman (1776-1864) - m. Sophia Burnell
  3. Isaac Cutler Chapman (1779-1803) -
  4. Deborah Chapman (1782-) - m. James Bailey
  5. Benjamin Chapman (1783-1843) - m. Sybil Amidon
  6. Hannah Chapman (1785-1824) - m. Seth Ross
  7. Dorcas Chapman (1787-)



Children


Offspring of Throope Chapman and Susanah Barney (1734-1774)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Chapman (1741-1796)
Ester Chapman (1753-1840)
William Ensign Chapman (1759-1807)
Joseph Chapman (1760-)
Mercy Chapman (1762-)
Ebenezer M Chapman (1763-1850)
Susanna Chapman (1768-)
Throop Chapman (1770-1775)
Johnathon Wilson Chapman (1771-)
Mary Throop Chapman (1772-1828)


Offspring of Throope Chapman and Deborah Wilson (1743-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sybil Chapman (1776-)
Throop Chapman (1776-1864)
Isaac Cutler Chapman (1779-1803)
Deborah Chapman (1782-)
Benjamin Chapman (1783-1843) 31 December 1783 Reedsboro, Bennington County, Vermont, United States 27 November 1843 Reedsboro, Bennington County, Vermont, United States Sybil Amidon (1783-1863)
Hannah Chapman (1785-1824)
Dorcas Chapman (1787-)



Siblings


Offspring of Thomas Chapman (1701-1793) and Mary Throop (1707-1795)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Thomas Chapman (1731-1828)
Mary Chapman (1732-)
Martha Chapman (1735-) 2 July 1735 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut, United States Jedediah Blanchard (1732-)
Bethshua Chapman (1737-)
Throope Chapman (1734-1794) 25 March 1739 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut, United States 17 March 1794 Reedsboro, Bennington County, Vermont, United States Susanah Barney (1734-1774)
Deborah Wilson (1743-)
Catherine Chapman (1740-)
William Chapman (1741-1796)
John Chapman (1743-)
Sybel Chapman (1744-)
Ann Chapman (1746-)
Joseph Chapman (1747-1796)
Elias Chapman (1749-1839
Benjamin Chapman (1751-1838)


References

  • Welcome Chapman Family Ancestry
  • Chapman in Bennington County, Vermont
  • Throope Chapman - disambiguation
  • Benjamin Chapman Immigrant Ancestors
  • wikipedia:en:Throope Chapman - Wikipedia
  • History of Readsboro, VT - Rootsweb
  • "Branch 101". [1].
  • History and Proceedings of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. Vermont: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. 1929. pp. 53.
  • State Papers of Vermont. Vermont Office of Secretary of State. The Tuttle Company, 1958, p. 3.
  • "Lt. Col. Thomas Knowlton, Connecticut's Forgotten Hero". The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Historical Series, Number Three, September 1997. [2].
  • "Eighth Company - Capt. Slapp". Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society. Connecticut Historical Society. Volume IX. Hartford, Connecticut, 1903. Page 184. Google Books:
  • Coolidge, Austin Jacobs; Mansfield, John Brainard (1859). A History and Description of New England, General and Local. Boston: A.J. Coolidge. pp. 883. OCLC 12762947.


 





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