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16780. Thomas CHIPMAN23 was born about 1594 in Whitechurch, near Dorchester, England. He died on Jan 8, 1622/23 in England. He owned property in Whitechurch which yielded him an income of
50 pounds per annum. In 1775, Thomas Chipman of Salisbury,
Conn., caused inquiries to be made by Silas Dean or Benjamin
Franklin, colonial agents in England, in regard to the estate,
and ascertained that it lay as above described and that the
rental was 500 pounds. He was prevented from prosecuting his
claim by the breaking out of the Revolution and its
consequences.



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

by Bert Lee Chipman. Winston-Salem, NC: Bert L. Chipman,
Publisher, 1920. Thomas CHIPMAN and (Dau) DERBY were married in 1618 in Bryan's Piddle, England.

16781. (Dau) DERBY23 was born about 1594 in Dorchester, Dorset, England. She died in 1637 in Dorchester, Dorset, England. Children were:

8390

i.

John CHIPMAN.

ii.

Hannor (or Hannah?) CHIPMAN.

iii.

Tumsum (Thomasine?) CHIPMAN.