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  1. SWITHIN Chandler: Birth: 6 Sep 1674 in Oare,Wilcot,Wiltshire,England. Death: 1742 in Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., DE

  2. Jane Chandler: Birth: 9 Jul 1676.

  3. George Chandler: Death: 1715

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  5. Thomas Chandler: Death: 1780/1782 in Christiana Hundred,DE

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Notes
a. Note:   Rootsweb WorldConnect Lyn Smith "The Chandler name is of English origin. George and Jane Chandler left their home, "Greathedge", Willshire, England, in 1687. The history of the family goes back to 1568. George and Jane, accompanied by their eight children and the elder brother of George (John) left England for America. George died during the voyage on December 13, 1687. Jane and the children landed on the spot where William Penn was starting his city of brotherly love. They lived in a cave near the city for quite awhile. The neighboring Indians became very friendly and kept the family supplied with venison, fruits and other foods. Then a settler allowed them to use his dwelling until his family arrived from England. Jane Chandler bought land in March, 1688, at Chichester Township, Delaware Co., Pa." (She goes on to state that Swithin, born 1674, died 1742, married Ann Wilson and had 12 children)
  “Early Church Records of Chester County Pennsylvania” Vol. 3. Martha Reamy. Kennett Monthly Meeting (abstracted by Gilbert Cope. p. 9. Chandler, George and wife Jane. Children: Jane, m. Robert Jefferis; George, m. Ruth Bezer; Swithin, b. 1674.6.24, m. Ann --; Thomas, m. Mary --; Charity, unm; William, m. Ann (Bowater?); Ann, m. Sam Robbins of Philadelphia.
  http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/o/o/Dwightamy-Wooten/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0352.html
  Ancestry.com U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about George Chandler Name: George Chandler Gender: Male Birth Year: 1633 Spouse Name: Jane Number Pages: 2


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