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Capt. Isaac CHAPLINE

Male 1584 - Bef 1628  (< 44 years)


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  • Name Isaac CHAPLINE 
    Title Capt. 
    Born 1584  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    AFN 1FGH-7MK 
    Immigration 1610  VA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name Isacke CHAPLAINE 
    Died Bef 8 Dec 1628  At sea Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 

    • (1) Source: Jerry Bruhn .

      (2) Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume II, Chapline Family, pp. 175-177, © The Generations Network, February 18, 2009:

      ISAAC CHAPLINE, b. in England in 1584; came in Ship "Starr" to Virginia as a member of the King's Council in 1610; m. 1606, Mary (CALVERT ?) who was b. in England in 1586, came to Virginia in Ship "James," 1622.

      ISSUE

      I. John, b. in England in 1607; m. (wife's name unknown) in 1635; settled in Talbot Co.

      II. Mary, b. at "Chapline Choice," 1623; supposed to have m. Anthony WYATT, Burgess in 1645, son of Nicholas WYATT.

      III. WILLIAM, b. 1625.

      (3) Kennedy, Mary Selden, Seldens of Virginia, Vol. 2, New York, NY: Frank Allaben Genealogical Company, 1911, pp. 465-468:

      CHAPLINE FAMILY

      Most of the data used in this account of the Chapline family has been obtained from a sketch written by Maria J. Leggett Dare.

      "The coat of arms * * * [of the Chapline family] taken from silver which has descended in the Chapline family, was granted to their English ancestors in the year 1593. This name is one of the oldest in England, and various branches of the family were seated in Lincoln, Northampton, Hants and Essex. The ancient Manor of Finchingfield, in Essex, was purchased by John Chaplyn in the year 1576, from whom descended Sir Francis Chaplin, Alderman and Lord Mayor of London in 1677. An interesting account of the origin of the name of Chapline connects it with the famous cloak of St. Martin. It will be remembered that while a youth of fifteen St. Martin entered the army, and while stationed at Amiens divided his cloak with a freezing beggar at the gate of that city. The night following, we are told, he had a vision of Christ making known to His angels this act of charity to Himself. The half of the cloak which St. Martin retained to cover himself became the standard of the nation for six hundred years. The little oratory in which this famous blue mantle, or chape, was preserved was from it called a chapelle, and the person who was in attendance, the chaplain. This, we are told on good authority, was the beginning of the name so familiar to us now."

      "The Chaplines intermarried with many representative families of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia, including the Shriver, Dorsey, Williams, Caton, Sprigg, Eoff, Ewing, Forman, Fox, Fry, Good, Greathouse, Hamilton, Hammond, Hunter, Knox, Latimer, Lee, Lord, Lowe, Marshall, Fitts, Penn, Phillips, Potts, Schley, Stanton, Swearingen, Talbot, Turner, Warfield, Wyitt, Zane, Ridgely, Ayers, Brisco, Buldett, Calvert, Caldwell, Carroll Carter Churchill, Cresap, Dare, Davenport, Dewey, Thompson, Wyatt and perhaps Calvert families. In the South and West they married with the Lees, Churchills, Goods, Abells and Mooreheads. Among the many descendants of this distinguished family are: Charles T. Chapline, Joseph A. Chapline and Grace D. Chapline, Washington, D. C.; Albert Chapline, Norfolk, Va.; Harriet E. Chapline, Thomas A. Chapline and Rosa Schley Orsburn, Frederick, Md.; Mrs. Virginia Williams, Otho Williams, Nannie Claggett Williams and Richard Keene Bragonier, Shepherdstown, Va.; Thomas A. McKevitte, Michigan; Mrs. George M. Craig, Lois Craig and Marshall Craig, Allison, Iowa; Mrs. William R. Backus and Mrs. John D. Robbins, Colorado; Mrs. W. M. Lyons, Thomas L. Chapline and Charles B. Chapline, Kentucky; Mrs. Anna Chapline Phillips, Norfolk, Va.; Ralph Davenport Mershon and Hope Lord Mershon, New York; Rose Davenport, Van Vechten, Colorado; George Davenport Jones, Mrs. Fanny Russell Brush and Mrs. Charles H. Cochran, Ohio; Lenox Surgit Stanton, Misses Maud Lindsay Stanton, Jane Ralf Stanton, Hulda Aubrey Stanton and Elizabeth Brandon Stanton, Natchez, Miss.; Mrs. Josephine Pheby, Fred Stanton Pheby, Thomas B. Pheby and Joseph Pheby, Oakland, Cal.; Miss Elsie Chapline Cross, San Francisco, Cal.; Henry and Charles Tilden, New York City; Mrs. Mary Chapline Norton, Wheeling, W. Va.; Mrs. Suydan, New York; Mrs. Jonathan Lawrence, Mass.; Mrs. Josiah Pomeroy, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. Charles Thorn; Mrs. Grafton Dulaney Rogers; Mrs. John H. Carroll, Baltimore; Susan Howell Carroll, Maryland; William Chapline Eoff; Alexander Rose Chapline, West Virginia; Capt. R. S. Collum, United States Marine Corps; Mrs. Richard H. Alvey, Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Lillian Conklyn, Pennsylvania; William Raymond Chapline, Helen Chapline, Eva Sidney Chapline, Laura Schley Chapline and Grace Chapline, Shepherdstown, W. Va.; the late Mrs. Maria J. Leggett Dare."

      ENSIGN ISAAC CHAPLINE, of the Royal Navy, came to Virginia in the "Starr," as King's Council under Lord De La Warr, in 1610. He received large grants of land on the south side of the James River, in the Parish of Jordan's (see Hotton's "Arrivals from 1600 to 1700"; "Land Book," Vol. 7, page 531, at Richmond, Va.; Hening, Vol. 1, page 129; "First Republic in America," by Dr. Alexander Brown, pages 571, 579, 613, 619, and 620). He established his home at "Chapline's Choice," Charles City County, where he built a fort to protect himself from the Indians. He was a member of the Council from the Hundred of "Chapline's Choice." In 1622 his wife, Mary Chapline (said to have been a Calvert, and a kinswoman of Lord Baltimore), and his son, John Chapline, aged fifteen years, came to Jamestown, Virginia, on the ship "James," accompanied by their five servants. Isaac and Mary Chapline had four children, two of whom are here given.

      Children:

      i. John, born about 1607; came to America on ship "James," in 1622, aged fifteen; settled in Talbot Co., Va., where he married and left descendants. . . .

      ii. William, married, first, Elizabeth _____, second, Mary _____ (one of his wives was a Travers).
    Person ID I18344  Frost, Gilchrist and Related Families
    Last Modified 8 Dec 2017 

    Family Mary CALVERT,   b. 1586, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Abt 1606  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. William CHAPLINE, I,   b. 1625, "Chapline's Choice," Charles City County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 5 Jan 1670, Calvert County, MD Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 45 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 8 Dec 2017 17:00:28 
    Family ID F8186  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart