Person:William Chapman (3)

m. Abt 1660
  1. Samuel ChapmanAbt 1661 - 1758
  2. John Chapman1663 - 1749/50
  3. William Chapman1665 - 1734
  4. Joseph Chapman1667 - 1765
  5. Jeremiah Chapman1670 - 1755
  6. Rebecca Chapman1671 - 1757
  7. Sarah ChapmanAbt 1674 -
m. 27 Mar 1690
  1. William Chapman1691 -
  2. Hannah Chapman1695 -
  • HWilliam Chapman1665 - 1734
  • WLydia LincolnEst 1682 - Aft 1734
m. 11 Aug 1702
Facts and Events
Name William Chapman
Gender Male
Birth? 1665 New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 27 Mar 1690 New London, New London, Connecticut, United Statesto Hannah Lester
Marriage 11 Aug 1702 New London, New London, Connecticut, United Statesto Lydia Lincoln
Will? 21 Aug 1734
Death? 24 Aug 1734 New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Alt Death? Groton, New London, Connecticut, United States
Other? Groton, New London, Connecticut, United StatesResided
Other? New London, New London, Connecticut, United StatesResided

Information downloaded from Don Dickenson's GedCom version 2/7/2002.

Lydia is named executrix in his will.

From Norwich, CT Deeds - Vol. 3B, page 443 - Not Proven

About 1712 a William Chapman of Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut signed off on David Rice's (or Royce's) estate being one of the heirs of "our late brother and uncle." David Royce was born August 19, 1682 in Norwich, Connecticut and died about 1712 in Norwich, Connecticut.

From Joseph Chapman of Norwich and Colchester, Connecticut A Historical Reconciliation, by Philip Chapman Ellsworth

Joseph Chapman and William Chapman, brothers of John Chapman of Colchester, are mentioned in several early Colchester town and land record entries. The earliest observed date which may apply to them is December 29, 1703. On this date, the "marks for cattle" of John Chapman were recorded in a Colchester land record. Following this entry, as though part of if, although on a subsequent page, are recorded the cattle marks of John Chapman Junior, Joseph Chapman, and William Chapman. William Chapman's name next appears in 1713, and Joseph Chapman's in 1714.

... William Chapman the immigrant had two sons, John Chapman (senior) and William Chapman (William Chapman II), both of whom had sons named William. Colchester town records between 1715 and 1734, however, appear to refer to William Chapman, son of John as William Chapman Junior. This designation was apparently made in town records in order to differentiate between the two adult William Chapmans living in Colchester at that time: John Chapman's son William, born circa 1689, and John's own brother, William (William Chapman II), born circa 1654.