| Abt 1595 - 1642|
||Stortford, Hertfordshire, England
||12 Oct 1595
||Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England
||26 Jan 1642
||Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts 
||Y  |
- Could be son of Tobias Chandler & Alice Momford
"Commemorative Biographical Record" The founding of the Chandler family in America was due to the exodus of the early Puritans in the first half of the seventeenth century from England on account of the exactions of Charles I. the first of the name to arrive was William Chandler, his wife Annis, whose maiden name was probably Alcock, and their four children who are of record in Roxbury, Mass., as early as 1637. Both William and his wife were admitted to the church in that year. Mr. Chandler was a small landed proprietor of the town, where he took the freeman's oath on 13 May 1640, "lived a godly life," and died in 1641. His widow then married John Parmenter, and died March 15, 1683.
Biography of Lemuel Chandler - State of Vermont William Chandler and his wife Annis came across the waters in 1637 and settled in Andover, Massachusetts.
One Branch of the Booth Family Page 64 CHANDLER. William Chandler settled in Roxbury in 1637, with his wife, Annis, and four children. He was b. in Eng. d. Jany. 26, 1642, in Roxbury. m. Annis (Agnes), in Eng. b. in Eng. d. March 17, 1683. she m. second, John Dane1, July 2, 1643. She m. third, John Parmenter 2, Aug. 9, 1660. The Church records say: "1683, m 1 d 17, died Old Mother Parminter a blessed saint." William Chandler was made a Freeman, May 13, 1640. He was rated as a housekeeper, and a census which was taken between 1638 and 1640, shows that he had twenty-two acres of land, also one goat and one kid. Rev. John Eliot's record says of him: "William Chandler came to New England about 1637. He brought four small children, Thomas, Hanna, John, William. Sarah was born here. He lived a very religious and godly life among us and fell into a consumption to which he had been long inclined. He lay neare a yeare sick, in all which time his faith, patience and godlynesse, and contention so shined that God was much glorified in him. He dyed Jan. 26, 1641-2, and left a sweet memory and savor behind him."
SECOND GENERATION. Captain Thomas Chandler, b. in Eng. 1630. d. Jany. 15, 1703. m. Hannah Brewer, 16503. b. about 1630. d. Oct. 25, 1717. 't. 87. He was one of the original proprietors of Andover, probably going there about 1644. He was a blacksmith, carrying on a considerable iron works, and becoming a rich and very influential man. He reached the rank of Ensign in the Andover Company in 1661, Lieutenant in 1683, and Captain 4 1688, and was Deputy5 1678, 1680, 1681, 1690, 1694, and 1695.
His brother William kept an inn on the Ipswich road to Billerica; both were military menof considerable local fame in the Indian wars, Capt. Thomas Chandler doing some service in scouting. Andover suffered severely during King Philip's War, and the inhabitants were in constant fear of Indian depredations for a long time afterwards. Early in 1690 active measures were taken by the Government for the defence of the frontier towns, and forty troopers were detached from the companies of the Essex regiment and put under Capt. Thomas Chandler's command at Andover. On May 28, 1690, he was appointed "to command the company that are to be impressed for the defence of the frontier towns from Dunstable eastwards as far as Bradford, downwards, which company is to consist of forty troopers and thirty foot-soldiers."
ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM, Frederick Virkus Page 259 9-William Chandler (qv); 8-John (ca. 1635-1703, m Elizabeth Douglas; 7-Joseph (b 1683), m Susanna Perrin (1687-1755); 6-Joseph (1710-80), m Elizabeth Sumner (1709-97); 5-Seth (1738-1818), m Eunice Durkee (1741-1824); 4-Ezra (b 1761), m Fanny Allard (1763-1841); 3-Joseph (b 1802), m Roxanna Clark (b 1803). 2-Son of Moses Knight Chandler (b 1836), farmer, m Emma Jane (b 1844), dau. Kimball Little;
8-William Chandler (d 1641), settled at Roxbury Mass., 1637, m Annis Alcock- 7-John (d 1703), m 1658, Elizabeth Douglas- 6-Capt. Joseph, m Susanna Perrin; 5-Peter (1733-1816), m Mary Hodges- 4-Ma. John Wilkes, m Mary Steadman; 3-George (1806-93), m Josephine Rose. 2-Son of Waldo :Lincoln (qv for Lincoln line) m 1873, Fanny Chandler. 1 Apr. 29. 1908, Mary Bowker, b Worcester Mass., Mar. 28, 1884; dau. of Charles Henry Bowker, of Worcester. A.B., Harvard, '96, M.D., 1900. Physician- city
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||Henry Chandler, b. Abt 1560-1565, Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England , d. 17 Dec 1618 |
||Anne, b. Abt 1569, bur. 6 Dec 1630, Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England |
||Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England
||Alice Thorogood, b. Abt 1600, Farnham, Essex, England , bur. 15 Jun 1625, Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England |
||29 Jan 1622
||10 Nov 2001 |
||Agnes Annis Alcock Bayford, b. Abt 1603, Of Farnham, Essex, England , d. 15 Mar 1683, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts |
||6 Nov 1625
||Farnham, Essex, England
| ||1. William Chandler, c. 26 Mar 1627, Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England , d. 27 Nov 1633|
|>||2. Thomas Chandler, b. 1628, Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England , d. 15 Jan 1703, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts |
|>||3. Hannah Chandler, b. 23 May 1629-1630, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 2 Jun 1711, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts |
| ||4. Henry Chandler, c. 13 Aug 1632, Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||5. John Chandler, b. 27 Aug 1634, , , England , d. 15 Apr 1703, New London, New London, Connecticut |
| ||6. William Chandler, b. 20 Mar 1636, Bishop's Stortford, Herfordshire, England , d. 18 Aug 1698, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts |
| ||7. Sarah Chandler, b. Abt 1638, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||8. Annis Chandler, b. Abt 1639, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts , d. 15 Mar 1682|
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- [S109471] The Chandler Family, George Chandler, (Worchester, Mass : C. Hamilton, 1883. vi, 1315 p.,  leaves of plates. FHL Film # 824090), FHL Film # 824090., 1: William Chandler and his wife Annis settled in Roxbury, Massachusetts in 1637. (Reliability: 3).
- [S109471] The Chandler Family, George Chandler, (Worchester, Mass : C. Hamilton, 1883. vi, 1315 p.,  leaves of plates. FHL Film # 824090), FHL Film # 824090., 1: William died before 2 Jul 1643 when his widow married John Dane. (Reliability: 3).
3: "The Roxbury Records, as reprinted in teh North County Journal, say: .. William Chandler came to N. E. about the year 1637. He brough 4 small children: Thomas, Hannah, John, William; his 4th child Sarah was born here; he lived a very religious and godly life among us, and fell into a Consumption to which he had, a long time, been inclined; he lay near a yeare sick, in all which time his faith, patience & Godliness & Contentation So Shined that Christ was much glorified in him -- he was a man of Weake parts but Encellent faith and holiness; he wa a Very thankful man, and much magnified God's goodness. He was poor, but God prepared the hearts of his people to him that he never wanted that which was (at least in his Esteem) Very plentiful and Comfortable to hime -- he died about the ___ in the yeare 1641, and left a Sweet memory and Savor behind him."
"The Eliot Church Records say, "William Chandler, a Christian, Godly brother, died of a Consumption month 11, day 26, 1641, and was buried 19 (11) 1641 in Roxbury.""
- [S109471] The Chandler Family, George Chandler, (Worchester, Mass : C. Hamilton, 1883. vi, 1315 p.,  leaves of plates. FHL Film # 824090), FHL Film # 824090., 3: "The Eliot Church Records say, "William Chandler, a Christian, Godly brother, died of a Consumption month 11, day 26, 1641, and was buried 19 (11) 1641 in Roxbury."" (Reliability: 3).