|Michael I. Chapline (#47680704)|
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William Chapline (1625-1669) arrived in Calvert County, Maryland in 1651. I am looking for "evidence" linking him to his father, Isaac Chapline (1584-1628), who arrived in Jamestown, Virginia in 1610 and lived with his wife Mary at "Chapline's Choice" near Jordan's Point on the James River in 1622.|
I am particularly interested in learning more about my 5th great grandfather, Joseph Chapline (1707-1769),who served in the French and Indian War and founded Sharpsburg in Washington County, Md. in 1763. My lineage includes his descendants: Jeremiah Chapline (1756-1809) and his wife Elizabeth Nourse Chapline (1765-1846) Washington County, Md., James Nourse Chapline (1796-1830) and his wife Catharine Hebb Chapline (1796-1864)Washington County, Md., William Richardson Chapline (1820-1899) and his wife Margaret Ann Hout Chapline (1825-1885) of Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, WV., Charles Luther Chapline (1865- ?) and Marietta Delauder Chapline (1867-1943) Baltimore, Md.
Other family lines of which I am a descendant: Manning and Dobson families from Maryland and Virginia. Thomas , Garrett, and Mizell families from Baker County, Florida. Clayton and Dennard families from Suwannee County, Florida.
I also maintain memorials for my wife's family, Lewis, Coleman, Douglas, and Morris from Van Alstyne, Grayson County, Texas.
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|BIRDMAN||RE: Chaplines at Elmwood|
I have made those transfers per your request. If there are more you need feel free me know.
Also, I am searching for any info regarding the roster for the 33rdBattalion of the Maryland Militia. An ancestor I am searching for, Thomas Mock, who served with this unit in New Jersey in 1777 under George Washington. He had a wife names Sarah and parents were George & Catherine Mock. They were from "SUPPOSEDLY" living between Sharpsburg and Middletown, MD.
If you run across anything that may put me in their direction, I thank you in advance.
Added by BIRDMAN on Oct 27, 2013 8:46 AM
Thank you for your kind words - they are very much appreciated.
Added by jrrmr910 on Apr 21, 2013 1:23 PM
I did not find the Chaplain markers. I thought perhaps they were low markers and still covered by snow. We are to have a bit of rain in the next few days and I hope to try again after the rain.
Added by MPD on Feb 10, 2013 3:00 PM
|Kelly Morrison||RE: Thanks|
Glad to help!
|Stephani ||Robert Daniels Jr.|
I also photographed Robert Daniels, Jr. Headstone if you are interested in creating that memorial. Just let me know!
Added by Stephani on Jan 08, 2013 5:58 PM
|jennifer Blackwell-Sanford||RE: Flower for Jesse Roach|
Yes he was first married to her (I think she died during childbirth,son also died). Roach family has been extremely hard to trace.Glad to see other family descendants here. Jennifer
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Sissons and Manning|
I know a Sisson who might help you with the Sissons in Missouri. Her name is Janice Rice - her bio is on Find A Grave.
My husband might know a little bit about a few lines of the Mannings.
Bonnie Sisson Manning
|A Horan||RE: Thanks|
You're welcome for the Stoddard stone photos. Glad to know that we're not missing someone! Thank you for your nice message!
Added by A Horan on Jul 16, 2012 6:37 PM
|A Horan||Dorothea Stoddard at ANC|
I've posted for you photos of the stone for Dorothea Stoddard at Arlington National. Her husband, Seymour, is not buried with her or adjacent to her.
Added by A Horan on Jul 16, 2012 5:10 PM
|Dennis Healy||Mt Olivet-Chapline|
called cemetery and walked section no stone for Marieta
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