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Submitted by Jewell Chapman

1. Chapman, John P.  m. 5-1-1821 Sally (Sarah) Humphrey) McLin, (Maclin) by   Isaac Anderson
2. Chapman, William (is son of #1) m. 1-29-1845  Susan Allen , by Jno  Griffette,  JP.
3. Chapman, William (is son of #1) m. 6-11-1884 Mattie C. Hudson, by M.A. Mattas
4. Chapman, A. (Addison) Price (is son of #1) m. 1-12-1865 Sarah Vance by (father)A. Vance, MG.
5. Chapman, Pleasant M.(son of #1)m:  3-18-1869 Huldah J. Mills, by G.W.Miser, JP.
6.  Chapman, Boon (Bonaparte) (grnd son of #1)m. 2-21-1872 Done Prater, by G.W. Butler, MG., John H. Pruner, Security
7. Chapman, Thomas      m:  5-16-1878 Sarah Franklin, by Jcb  Peters,JP.
8.  Chapman, James      m. 11-11880 Martha Bond, by R.L. Jenkins, elder
9. Chapman,  S.T. (Samuel Thomas)     m. 11-5-1882 Sarah Clark, aged 21 years by D.B. Cunningham,  M. of G.
10.  Chapman, John J.       m. 10-15-1893 Fannie T. Thompson, by     S.T.
Whitlocks, Elder
11. Chapman, S. (Samuel) Thomas m. 5-24-1894 Susia Christina Finger, by  R.P. McReynolds, J.P.

Sally H. McLIN #1, was daughter of Wm. McLin (died in 1825) m. Elizabeth Humphreys, daug of Wm. Humphrey (who d. 1835) see wills of both men in Blount County, Tenn.

     In a Bible of A.(Addison) Price Chapman, at home of his daughter Mrs. Boyd Parker in Knoxville, TN, 1932, near 20th Street & Main, appears - Alexander Wilson   born 7-28-1808.

John D. Wilson  by his hand and pen __________ 1820

    They claim #4, her mother was daughter of Andrew Vance b:  7-23-1793 in Abingdon, VA, d11-1-1872 in Blount County, at Pleasant Hill; m. 3-19-1829
Nancy Ann Wilson b:  3-1-1803 d:  12-22-1844, both buried at Baker Creek Cemetary; marriage  ceremony by Sumner Mandeville,

Nancy Ann Wilson -Vance had a brother William Wilson who lived and died near
Meadow - m. Polly _______?  Had no issue, A.P. Chapman bought his farm,

     In Augusta County, VA. is a marriage       ??
David Wilson m. 6-19-1791 Sarah Stelle--------------------(was it the head of these

It is claimed that the Rev. John Logan's mother was Elizabeth Vance

the Logan family moved into Indiana before 1850. 

     Geo Alexander McLin (McLin) of Blount  moved to nr Sweetwater, near
1876, and A. Price Chapman of near Meadow, were first Cousins, says the


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