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HELP! Grave has been located immigrant flag male ancestor  Samuel  CHAPIN

  (b. 8 October 1598 Paignton, Devon, England   d. 11 November 1675 Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts Bay Colony )  

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Samuel CHAPIN was born 8 October 1598 in Paignton, Devon, England. Samuel CHAPIN was the child of ?   and   ?

Samuel was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1633.

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Samuel  married  Cicely PENNY (PENNEY) .  The couple had (at least) 2 children. Cicely PENNY (PENNEY)  was born 27 February 1601 in Paignton, Devon, England.  Cicely died 8 February 1683 in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA (Indian Orchard). 

Samuel CHAPIN died 11 November 1675 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Occupation: Deacon

son of John Chapin and Phillippe Easton

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birth1598 Birth
8 October 1598
Paignton, Devon, England
Deacon Samuel Chapin was born in Paignton, Devonshire, England on October 8, 1598. He left his native England in 1635 to escape religious persecution. He settled for a time in Roxbury, Massachusetts, before moving his family and helping to found a site they called Agawam. Four years later, Agawam was renamed Springfield, and Deacon Chapin became one of the leading men in the government of the town, and held many public offices during his life, including: Selectmen, Auditor and Magistrate, and he was Deacon of the church. During his life, he became a symbol of the new country's religious founders. Over two centuries after his death, he was immortilized by master sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in bronze with his work called 'The Puritan', an 8 foot 7 1/ 2 inch, 1887 piece that can now be found in Springfield's Merrick Park, to emphasize the piety and perhaps moral rigidity of the country's religious founders. Smaller variants of the work can be found in various museums, including the...Read MORE...
1627 Birth of Child
Catherine CHAPIN was born 6 April 1627, , England (United Kingdom)
1634 Birth of Child
Josiah CHAPIN was born 29 October 1634, , Devon County, England (Devonshire)
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death1675 Death
11 November 1675
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA

Samuel is buried at: Springfield Cemetery
171 Maple St

Springfield, Massachusetts, USA (Indian Orchard)

Added: 9/2/2016 4:34:36 PM - Updated: 5/27/2017 7:46:30 AM

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