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Chamblin

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Posted: 20 Jun 2000 2:52PM GMT
Edited: 20 Sep 2001 10:03PM GMT
My grandmother did some research on the Chamblin side of her family in 1939. Don't know how it fits in with anyone--or if it is a new Chamblin line. The earliest known Chamblin ancestor in my family was George Chamblin, born 1775 in Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, where he also died in 1867. He married, but there is no record of his wife. We know of three sons, Elzy, born, 1800, Aaron, born, 1802, and Samuel, born, 1804. Aaron died in the Civil War in 1863, Samuel married, no record of wife, their children were Lillian, Richard, Samuel, Jr., Maria, Laura, George, Mary. Lillian married a man whose last name was Harrison. In 1939, they lived in Mercedes, Texas. Elzy married Deliah Nixon 1820. Their children were Hamilton, Elias, George, William, Elzy Jr., Rebeccah, Sarepta, Mary Ann, Emily and Delilah (twins), and Jane. These children were born between 1821 and 1841. Elzy and Delilah went by "prairie schooner" from Virginia to Stubenville, Ohio in 1830, In 1840, they again moved by prairie schooner to Illinois to a farm near Peoria. My Chamblin ancestor from these children was Hamilton who married Ann Janette Barnes, their son Calvin, was my great grandfather. My grandmother also ran across another line of Chamblins that we are related to who lived in St. Louis, Mo.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
jeanmills73 20 Jun 2000 8:52PM GMT 
Debbie7765 22 Jun 2000 7:35PM GMT 
jeanmills73 22 Jun 2000 7:53PM GMT 
Debbie7765 15 Jul 2000 7:34PM GMT 
jeanmills73 15 Jul 2000 8:43PM GMT 
JoAN C. Serrata 10 Aug 2000 8:52AM GMT 
lwinslow 11 Jul 2001 12:04AM GMT 
thomaschambli... 17 Jul 2001 11:14AM GMT 
jeanmills73 18 Jul 2001 2:40AM GMT 
Debbie7765 13 Aug 2000 9:42AM GMT 
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