|Birth: ||Oct. 17, 1758|
|Death: ||Nov. 8, 1836|
Thomas Chamberlain was a Revolutionary War Soldier. He first enlisted in the month of December 1775, for 6 weeks, in Captain Robert Orr's Company of Colonel John Bailey's Regiment of the Massachusetts Line as a private. He served at Roxbury, Massachusetts and was honorably discharged.
He enlisted 26 June 1776, for 6 months, in Captain William Weston's Company as a private and was stationed at the Gurnet for defence of Plymouth Harbor. He was honorably discharged 31 December 1776.
He enlisted 13 Jul 1779, as a sergeant, in Captain Edward Sparrow's Company of Colonel Nathan Tyler's Regiment for 6 months and was honorably discharged 15 December 1779.
Thomas Chamberlain applied for his Revolutionary War Pension under The Act of Congress passed 7 June 1832 and it was approved. His pension commenced on 4 march 1834 and was he was paid $65.55 a year until he died 8 November 1836.
Son of Job Chamberlain & Rachel Bonney Chamberlain
Husband of, Molly Whitman Chamberlain.
Married - 3 February 1785, in Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
Job Chamberlain (1725 - 1788)
Mary Whitman Chamberlain (1765 - 1849)
Rachel Chamberlain Whitman (1789 - 1878)*
Molly Chamberlain (1792 - 1828)*
Zeviah Chamberlain (1795 - 1860)*
Jennette Chamberlain Whitman (1798 - 1853)*
Thomas Chamberlain (1801 - 1811)*
Calvin Chamberlain (1810 - 1863)*
In memory of
died Nov. 8, 1836
AE 78 yrs.
Plot: Epitaph# 365
Maintained by: William Quigley
Originally Created by: Tim & Grace
Record added: Feb 10, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47965817