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CHAMBERS, Richard
MILLER, Elinor
THOMPSON, James
(1712-Bef 1783)
HADLEY, Elizabeth
(1722-Bef 1778)
CHAMBERS, Samuel
(1742-1809)
THOMPSON, Sarah
(1744-After 1819)
CHAMBERS, Samuel
(1783-)

 

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LINDLEY, Elenor

CHAMBERS, Samuel 1128,1129,1130

  • Born: 20 Oct 1783, Orange County, North Carolina, United States 1130
  • Marriage: LINDLEY, Elenor on 1 May 1805 in Spring Mtg, Orange County, North Carolina, United States 1128,1129
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Residence, After 27 Apr 1811, Lick Creek Mtg, Harrison County, Indiana Territory. 1128 Samuel and Elenor Chambers and children moved from Spring Mtg, NC, to White Water Mtg, Indiana Territory. They left Spring around 27 Apr 1811.

2. Residence, Cir 1811, Lick Creek, Harrison County, Indiana Territory. 1131 Moved to Lick Creek, Indiana area as part of Jonathan Lindley caravan, along with wife Elenor. At the time they had two children. Note this source lists husand of Elenor as Jonathan Chambers.

3. Story. 1132 Served in the Indiana state legislature as representative from Orange County after Jonathan Lindley (dedication address of the Jonathan Lindley and Deborah Dicks marker).

4. Story. In the spring of 1811 Samuel Chambers moved to Indiana Territory, settling on Lick Creek, near Half Moon Springs. He opened the first store in the area with $600 worth of stock. His son William was the first white child born in the county (1812). Samuel went on to become a Justice of the Peace in both Washington and Orange Counties, Associate Judge in Orange County, and from 1818 to 1837 served in the Indiana State Legislature. His mother, Sarah Chambers, moved to Indiana in October 1818 to spend her final years with her youngest son. (posted at the Thompson Genforum by Ronald E. Johnson on 9 Apr 2000)

5. Religion: Quaker.


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Samuel married Elenor LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan LINDLEY and Deborah DICKS, on 1 May 1805 in Spring Mtg, Orange County, North Carolina, United States 1128.,1129 (Elenor LINDLEY was born on 10 Jun 1784 1133.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage, 1 May 1805, Spring Mtg, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 1128,1129 Samuel Chambers, son of Samuel and Sarah, Orange Co., married Elenor Lindley, daughter of Jonathan and Deborah, Orange Co.




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