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John ChapmanAge: 55 years18111866

Name
John Chapman
Surname
Chapman
Given names
John
Birth 1811
Occupation
Blacksmith

New Madrid Earthquake December 16, 1811

Note: New Madrid Earthquake reverses course of Mississippi River.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Madrid_earthquake)
Harlan County, Kentucky Formed January 28, 1819 (Age 8 years)

Note: Harlan County was officially formed on January 28, 1819. Losing counties were Knox County.
Census June 1, 1840 (Age 29 years)
Civil marriageSusannah “Susan” ChadwellView this family
June 8, 1845 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Clinton Young Chapman
February 27, 1846 (Age 35 years)
Lee County, Virginia, USA
Latitude: N36.7100 Longitude: W83.1300

Note: 1850 Census puts Clinton (4yrs) in District 31 of Lee County, VA.
Birth of a daughter
#2
Mary Chapman
1847 (Age 36 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Elizabeth Chapman
1850 (Age 39 years)
Census September 24, 1850 (Age 39 years)

Birth of a daughter
#4
Lucy A Chapman
1852 (Age 41 years)
Census June 25, 1860 (Age 49 years)
Address: Western District of Lee County with Jonesville Post Office
The American Civil War Begins April 12, 1861 (Age 50 years)

Note: The opening of the American Civil War - Battle of Fort Sumter, South Carolina.
The American Civil War Ends May 13, 1865 (Age 54 years)

Note: The American Civil War concludes with the surrender of Robert E. Lee in the Appomattax Courthouse at Appomattax, Virginia.
Death July 5, 1866 (Age 55 years)
Unique identifier
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Family with Susannah “Susan” Chadwell - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: June 8, 1845Claiborne County, Tennessee, USA
9 months
son
22 months
daughter
Mary Chapman
Birth: 1847 36 36Lee County, Virginia, USA
Death: July 3, 1886Lee County, Virginia, USA
4 years
daughter
Elizabeth Chapman
Birth: 1850 39 39Lee County, Virginia, USA
Death: July 7, 1866Lee County, Virginia, USA
3 years
daughter

Note
Tennessee gained statehood in 1796. Claiborne County was established on October 29, 1801, created from Grainger and Hawkins counties and extended the southern boundary to Anderson County. It was named for Virginia tidewater aristocrat William C. C. Claiborne, one of the first judges of the Tennessee Superior Court and one of the first representatives in U.S. Congress from Tennessee.
MarriageJohn Chapman-Susannah Chadwell - Marriage 1845 Claiborne County, TennesseeJohn Chapman-Susannah Chadwell - Marriage 1845 Claiborne County, Tennessee
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