Oliver Chapin

M, (1 October 1759 - 26 June 1811)
Father-Biological*Daniel Chapin1
Mother-Biological*Abigail Corbett1
Last Edited=13 May 2023
     He was appointed in 1807 in Brattleboro, Vermont, as the Second Assistant Judge of the County Court of Windham County, Vermont. Oliver Chapin was born on 1 October 1759 at Milford, Massachusetts. He was the son of Daniel Chapin and Abigail Corbett.1 Oliver Chapin was christened on 4 November 1759 at Milford, Massachusetts. In 1775, Oliver enlisted in the Revolutionary Army, and served until December 1779.

Oliver Chapin, age 24, married Mary Jones, age 18 , daughter of Jonathan Jones and Mary Wood, on 29 April 1784 at Milford, Massachusetts.

1. Cyrus Chapin (1785-1811)
2. Jonathan Chapin (1787-1793)
3. Abigail Chapin (1789-____)
4. Mary Chapin (1793-1793)
5. Oliver Chapin (1801-____)
6. Charles Oliver Chapin (1803-____.)

Oliver was a country merchant in Orange. He served in 1799 in Orange, Massachusetts, as the Representative to the Massachusetts General Court. He served in that position again in 1804. Oliver and Marymoved to Brattleboro, Vermont, in 1806. He served in 1809 as the First Assistant Judge of the County Court for Windham County, Vermont. Oliver Chapin died on 26 June 1811 at Brattleboro, Vermont, at age 51.


  1. Ballou, Adin. History of the Town of Milford, Worcester County, Massachusetts From its First Settlement to 1881. Boston: Franklin Press: Rand, Avery, & Co, 1882.