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 1745. See Wyman's Charlestown, 193-94, for important particulars regarding estate, &c. June 30, 1772, Elizabeth Carteret of Chas., widow, deeds to Tony, her negro man, his liberation (Midd. Registry, LXXV. 187).—See Wyman. Chadwick, Sybil, and Mary, from Dr. Eckley's ch. in Boston, were adm. to West Camb. ch. 25 Nov. 1810. Sybil d. here 18 Mar. 1832, a. 82; wife of Capt. Nathaniel Chadwick, who d. at St. Domingo, Nov. 1802, a. 55. Mary, her dau., died, the wid. of Jacob Welsh, at Welshfield, Ohio, in 1823, a. 40. [See Wyman's Chas. 1007.) Clarissa Kent, sister to Mrs. Chadwick, d. here 15 Sept. 1832, a. 84. The deaths of this family are minutely given on a slab in the old burying-ground, erected by Clarissa Chadwick, dau. of Capt. Nathaniel and Sybil, who d. 6 Feb. 1851, a. 76, the last survivor of the family.1 Chamberlin, Mehitable, and William Butterfield, m. 1 May, 1740. See Butterfield (2). Chambers, William, s. of John of Boston—born here—bap. 8 June, 1740. Champney, Daniel, Jr., m. Hannah Emmons, 22 Sept. 1746. Nathan of Camb. and Elizabeth Osborn, of Charlestown this Pet., m. 23 June, 1760. (See Paige, 508; Wyman, 200） Chandler, Daniel, and Susanna Downing, of Lexington, m. 19 May, 1817. Cheever, William, s. of William of Boston, b. July, bap. 2 Aug. 1752. Childs, Amos, who d. 25 Jan. 1819, a. 41, had w. Sally, adm. to the ch. and baptized 11 Apr. 1819, and chil. Sophia Wyman and Amos, bap. 18 Apr. 1819. Amos the father m. Sally Wyman of Charlestown, 21 Mar. 1805. Amos, pro. the son, d. 4 July, 1826, a. 12. See Wyman's Charlestown, 213-14. 2. Ephraim, had w. Hannah, who o. c. 17 Feb. 1754, and a dau. Hannah, b. 4 Mar. 1753, prob. the Hannah, dau. of Hannah, bap. 3 Mar. 1754. Ephraim d. at Ebenezer Prentice's, on the town, 29 Jan. 1772, a. 60. 3. Phineas, d. 16 Dec. 1795, a. 66. Another Phineas, d. 19 Apr. 1807, a. 53; prob. the Phineas who had child d. 14 Aug. 1789, a. 14 mos., and a dau., d. 3 Aug. 1797, a. 3 mos. Lucretia, prob. his dau., d. 28 Oct. 1822, a. 19.
1 On 27 Apr. 1839, Clarissa Chadwick, single woman, purchased of Ephraim Cutter, miller, the right to deposit in his family tomb in the burial ground of the First Congregational Society, the bodies of her mother Sybil Chadwick, and aunt ‘Creasey’ Kent; also the body of herself [and servant Sylvia Bracy]. This conveyance, never recorded, was voluntarily surrendered to Benjamin Cutter, administrator of Ephraim Cutter's estate, the bodies severally deposited in said tomb having been removed to another built by Miss Chadwick for herself in the same grounds.
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