Person Sheet


Name Hannah Chapin156,157,158,159,160
Birth 2 Dec 1644, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts161
Death 21 May 1719, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts161
Father Dea. Samuel Chapin (1598-1675)
Mother Cicely Penny (1601-1681)
Spouses:
1 Lt. John Hitchcock49,162,163,159,160
Birth 22 Sep 1642, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts161
Death 9 Feb 1712, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts161,164
Father Luke Hitchcock (1614-1659)
Mother Elizabeth Gibbons (-1696)
Marriage 27 Sep 1666, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts161,164
Children: daughter (1667-1667)
Hannah (1668-)
John Jr. (1670-)
Samuel (1672-)
Luke (1675-)
Nathaniel (1677-1765)
David (1679-)
Jonathan (1682-1684)
Sarah (1686-1690)
Medical Notes for John (Spouse 1)
He was wounded in the fight at Turner's Falls on 19 May 1676. He suffered a gunshot would through one arm and the other arm was broken.
Misc. Notes
John served as constable at Springfield in 1672. He was selectman numerous times: 1676, 1678, 1680, 1682, 1684, 1686, 1688-1690, 1693, 1698, 1699, 1708-1709. Deputy to the Massachusetts General Courty, 1699, 1701-1705.164

One of the Springfield petitioners to the Massachusetts General Court in 1700 for the establishment of a new town to the eastwards, which would become Brimfield.

He was Deacon of the Springfield Church. He became a freeman in 1682. He was a member of the committee for settlement of Brookfield, Massachusetts, in 1686, and was sent with five others to the relief of Brookfield and to fortify it.

He bought half of a lot [either the ministry home lot or Samuel Chapin's lot] from Japhet Chapin on 19 November 1667.
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