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  • ID: I022754
  • Name: Gardner Chandler
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Gardiner /Chandler/
  • Birth: 27 JAN 1748/49 in Worcester, Worcester Co., MA
  • Death: AFT 7 JUN 1811 in Hinsdale, Cheshire Co., NH
  • Note: GARDNER CHANDLER, son of Colonel John, of Hardwick, Mass., was born in 1749, and was a merchant in that town. His property was confiscated, and the proceeds paid into the treasury of the state. He left the colony and returned some time after to Hardwick. He made acknowledgments satisfactory to his townsmen, it was voted by the town "that as Gardner Chandler has now made acknowledgment, and says he is sorry for his past conduct, that they will treat him as a friend and neighbor, so long as he shall behave himself well." He removed to Brattleboro, Vermont, and again to Hinsdale, N. H. He died in the last named town. His wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Brigadier Timothy Ruggles. (The Loyalists of Massachusetts, p. 391)

    Father: John Chandler b: 26 FEB 1721/22 in New London, New London Co., CT
    Mother: Mary Church b: ABT 1721 in perhaps RI

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Ruggles b: 15 MAY 1748 in Sandwich, Barnstable Co., MA
    • Married: AFT 18 MAY 1772 1

    1. Title: History of Hardwick, Massachusetts with a Genealogical Register
      Author: Lucius R. Paige
      Publication: 1883 [Reprint 1994]. Heritage Books, Inc. Bowie, MD.
      Media: Book
      Page: p. 482
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