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8390. John CHIPMAN23 was born on Jun 3, 1621 in Brinspittal, Dorsetshire, England (Dorchester?). He died on Apr 7, 1708 in Sandwich, Massachusetts. He was buried about Apr 1708 in Sandwich, Mass. "Always brotherless and early left fatherless, he sailed from
Barnstable, Devon County, England, in May 1631, in the ship
Friendship, arriving in Boston, July 14, 1631. John Chipman was
the first and only one of the name to seek a home in America,
and up to 1850 there was no Chipman in this country who was not
descended from him."



"John Chipman was for successive years a selectman, then in
Plymouth Colony invested with the authority of a magistrate, and
was often a "Deputy to Court;" and he with three assistants was
designated to frequent the early Quaker meetings and "endeavor
to reduce them from the errors of their wayes." He became on
June 30, 1653, as his wife had become Aug 7, 1650, a member of
the church at Barnstable, Mass., and its records state that,
"Henry Cobb and John Chipman were chosen and ordained to be
ruling elders of this same church and were solemly invested with
office upon ye 14th day of April, A.D. 1670.""



The Chipman Family: A Genealogy of The Chipmans in America,
1631-1920

by Bert Lee Chipman. Winston-Salem, NC: Bert L. Chipman,
Publisher, 1920. John CHIPMAN and Hope HOWLAND were married on Sep 13, 1646 in Plymouth, MA.

8391. Hope HOWLAND23 was born on Aug 30, 1629 in Plymouth, Mass. She died on Jan 8, 1683 in Barnstable, Mass. She was buried about Jan 1683 in Lothrop Hill in Barnstable Mass. She was christened in Plymouth, MA. She was a REFN: 8WRK-26. http://www.capecodgravestones.com/blothpixweb/chipman83blo.html Children were:

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i.

Hope CHIPMAN.

ii.

Samuel CHIPMAN.

iii.

John CHIPMAN.

iv.

Elizabeth CHIPMAN.

v.

Lydia CHIPMAN.

vi.

Hannah CHIPMAN.

vii.

Ruth CHIPMAN.

viii.

Bethia CHIPMAN.

ix.

Mercy CHIPMAN.

x.

Desire CHIPMAN.