Person:John Chipman (1)

  • HElder John Chipman1620 - 1708
  • WHope Howland1629 - 1683/4
m. ABT 1646/47
  1. Elizabeth Chipman1648 - aft 1711/12
  2. Unknown Chipmanbef 1650 - 1650
  3. Hope Chipman1652 - 1728
  4. Lydia Chipman1654 - 1730
  5. John Chipman1656/57 - 1657
  6. Hannah Chipman1658/59 - 1696
  7. Deacon Samuel Chipman1661 - bet 1722
  8. Ruth Chipman1663 - 1698
  9. Bethia Chipman1666 - 1702
  10. Mercy CHIPMAN1668/69 - 1724
  11. John Chipman1670/71 - 1756
  12. Desire Chipman1673/74 - 1705
  • HElder John Chipman1620 - 1708
  • WRuth Sargent1642 - 1713
m. est 1685
Facts and Events
Name[1] Elder John Chipman
Gender Male
Birth[1] cal 1620 Briantspuddle, Dorset, EnglandEstimate based on a 1657 deposition, NEHGR 79:428 (1925)
Marriage ABT 1646/47 Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass.to Hope Howland
Marriage est 1685 to Ruth Sargent
Death[1] 7 Apr 1708 Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[2] Old Town Cemetery, Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States


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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 White, Elizabeth Pearson. John Howland of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations. (Rockland, Maine: Picton Press, 1990-2008), 3:29.

    John Chipman, who was born in Brinspittle [BryansPuddle], Dorsetshire, England, in 1620, the son of Thomas Chipmn and a wife who has not been identified. … Elder John Chipman died in Sandwich, Mass., 7 April 1708, at 87 years of age. He was buried in Sandwich in the burial plot of the Bourne family.

  2. John Chipman, in Find A Grave.
  3.   Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 3:181.

    "The Last Will and Testament of Elder John Chipman of Sandwich in ye County of Barnstable in ye Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England", dated 12 Nov 1702, proven 17 May 1708, mentions "Ruth my Dear and Loving Wife all whatsoever is Left of Her Estate which I had with her when I married her", "my Two Sons Sam'll and John", "my Two Grandchildren Mary Gale & Jabez Dimock", "my Daughters Elizabeth : Hope : Lydia Hannah Ruth Mercy Bethiah and Desire", "my Loving sons Sam'll & John Chipman to be Joynt Executors", "my very Good friends mr Jonathan Russel and mr Rowland Cotton to be my oversears"

  4.   Savage, James. 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. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 1:380.

    "JOHN, Barnstable had been at Plymouth or Yarmouth a few yrs. bef. 1650, and may have resid. at other towns, since he said, 8 Feb. 2, it was 21 yrs. ago that he came from Eng. and was now a. 37 yrs. old. So that it seems prob. he came with Allerton in the White Angel, or in the Friendship, that had sail. at the same time, from Barnstaple, in Devon. but had put back, and so reach. here a few days later. He m. Hope, sec. d. of John Howland, had Elizabeth b. 24 June 1647, at P. bapt. at B. 18 Aug. 1650, beside one or two more, for he speaks of more than one bef. Hope, 13 Aug. bapt. 5 Sept. 1652; Lydia, b. 25 Dec. 1654; John, 2 Mar. 1657, d. in 3 mos.; Hannah, 14 Jan. 1659; Samuel, 15 Apr. 1662; Ruth, Dec. 1663; Bethia, 1 July 1666; Mercy, 6 Feb. 1668; John, again, 3 Mar. 1670; and Desire, 26 Feb. 1673. His f. Thomas had good est. near Dorchester in Co. Dorset. He was long rul. Elder, and rep. 1663 to 9 every yr. exc. 7, and d. 8 Jan. 1684. Elizabeth m. Hosea Joyce of Yarmouth; Hope m. 10 Aug. 1670, John Huckens, and d. 10 Nov. 1678; Lydia m. John Sargent of Malden; Hannah m. 1 May 1680, Thomas Huckens, and d. 4 Nov. 1696."