|Birth: ||Nov. 19, 1676|
|Death: ||Jul. 3, 1711|
Info from: AAndrewsRF
They had two children, Jonathan Gardiner 1709-1735, lost at sea. Sarah Gardiner Treat 1710-1744.
Info from: Richard H. L. Chichester, III
SARAH CHANDLER (John2; William1) and William Coit, New London, Conn. He was born 25 Jan. 1675; d. 7 May, 1703, at New London, a. 27. He was son of Dea. Joseph and Martha (Harris) Coit, of New London, a brother of her sister Mehitable's husband, and grandson of John Coit, the ship carpenter, New London.
She m. second, 2 Sept. 1708, John Gardiner, the third proprietor of Gardiner's Island, as his second wife. He was bom 19 April, 1661; d. 25 June, 1738, a. 78 years, at Groton, while on a visit there. His death was caused by falling from his horse. He was buried at New London.
Mrs. Sarah Chandler Coit Gardiner d. 3 July, 1711, in her 35th year.
The children of Sarah Chandler were:
i. Daniel Coit, Esq., b. 25 Oct. 1698; m. first, 9 May, 1721, Lydia Christophers, dan. of Richard Christophers, Esq., of New London, son of Christopher Christophers. She d. 22 Jan. 1741, leaving one child. He was town clerk of New London from 1736 to 1773, except 1751. He was an active business man. Miss Caulkins says, "His male descendants are gone from New London. A rough stone covers the remains of Daniel Coit, Esq., a man of great note in the affairs of the town for nearly fifty years." He m. second, 21 Jan. 1742, Mehitable Hooker, of Hartford, dau. of Samuel Hooker, of Farmington, by his wife Mehitable. She died 17 Nov. 1763. He m. third, 16 Dec. 1764, Elizabeth Jeffrey, of Groton, dau. of Capt. Jonathan Starr, of Groton, by his wife Elizabeth Morgan. The records of New London say: "The above Daniel Coit was on the 2d day of February last attacked with a Violent Cold, which brot on a Consumption in which he languished till the 19 of July, 1773, when he Expired without agony at about two of the clock in the morning." Eight children.
ii. Elizabeth Coit, b. Dec. 1700; d. young,
iii. William Coit, b. Jau. 1702; d. young.
By her second husband Sarah Chandler had two children:
iv. Jonathan Gardiner, b. 1709. Dr. Jonathan Gardiner built a trading vessel and went to sea and all on board were lost. Married Mary Adams, dau. of Rev. Eliphalet Adams by his wife Lydia, dau. of Alex. Pygan. Had-1. John Gardiner, b. 7 Oct. 1734; m. Sarah Palmes and had Sarah Gardiner, m. Jeremiah Gates Brainard; parents of the poet John Gardiner Calkins Brainard, b. 21 Oct. 1790, in New London, Conn.
v. Sarah Gardiner, died April 2, 1744, in her thirty-fifth year, m. Oct. 12, 1727, Charles Treat (b. Feb. 28, 1695/6), son of Thomas Treat by his wife Dorothy, dau. of Rev. Gershom Buckley, son of Peter Buckley, of Concord, Mass. Rev. Charles Treat relinquished the ministry and gave his attention to agriculture.
~The Chandler Family: The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler who Settled in Roxbury, Mass., 1637; pg. 56-57; Press of C. Hamilton, 1883.
John Chandler (1634 - 1703)
Elizabeth Douglas Chandler (1641 - 1705)
John Gardiner (1661 - 1738)
William Coite (1675 - 1703)*
Jonathan Gardiner (1709 - 1735)*
John Chandler (1659 - 1659)*
John Chandler (1665 - 1743)*
Joseph Chandler (1667 - 1668)*
Hannah Chandler Draper (1669 - 1692)*
Mehetabel Chandler Coit (1673 - 1758)*
Sarah Chandler Gardiner (1676 - 1711)
Joseph Chandler (1683 - 1750)*
second wife of John Gardiner, Third Proprietor of the Isle of Wright
South End Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Fred Saar
Record added: Feb 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33956630