|Birth: ||Mar. 31, 1835|
|Death: ||Nov. 20, 1918|
Alexander A. Chaplain, son of James Chaplain and Eliza Stevens, attended Dickinson College and then became a teacher in the Talbot County schools. In the 1880s he was elected County Superintendent of Schools, and served in that post until 1907. Chaplain was a member of the War legislatures of 1860 and 1861.
He was married twice: First, to Elmira or Elma Kemp, daughter of Trappe physician Samuel Troth Kemp; and after her death, to Emily or Emma Thomas, daughter of Dorchester County farmer Algernon Thomas.
With Elma, Alexander Chaplain had a daughter, Maude, who worked for the Talbot County Board of Education. With Emily Thomas, he had a second daughter, Eleanor, who married Walter Humphreys.
Chaplain was a member of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church South, in Easton.
James Chaplain (1783 - 1844)
Eliza Stevens Chaplain (1804 - 1888)
Emily Thomas Chaplain (1838 - 1904)*
Elma Kemp Chaplain (1837 - 1869)*
Maud Chaplain (1866 - 1932)*
Alexander A Chaplain (1835 - 1918)
Mary Elizabeth Chaplain Willis (1840 - 1897)*
Spring Hill Cemetery
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Record added: Feb 13, 2011
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