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Chandler, Redfield, Stark, Starks. Wadsworth, Burden.
Posted by: B Field-Ramey (ID *****5797) Date: March 15, 2010 at 01:39:26
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Chandler, not Chanler (that was another line), Redfield, Wadsworth, Burden & I hope Stark/s. Married also into the Childs, Dows, etal Families. Became Royaly by default of the Roche & Vanderbilts. My Burdens from Scotland. On ancestry.com

Daniel Hicks Chandler.
Born 20 October 1792
in Granville, Washington, New York, USA

1850 United States Federal Census
1860 United States Federal Census
And 1855 Wisconsin Head of Family 1820-1890

Marriage- 1825 (Age: 33)
to Mary W. (I think Mary Stark or Starks)

1850 (Age: 58)
Milwaukee Ward 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Daniel H Chandler 50 Mary W Chandler 50 Cornelia Blodgett 28 Robert Chandler 23 Ralph Chandler 21 Walter Chandler 14 Cornelia Blodgett 7 Virginia Blodgett 6 George Blodgett 4 William Blodgett 23 Margaret Blodgett 20 Mary Blodgett 16

1850 United States Federal Census
1850 (Age: 58)
Milwaukee Ward 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
A Lawyer. Son Robert a Lawyer, Son Ralph a Sailor. (That's an understatement for the Commodore!)


1855 (Age: 63)
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA

Wisconsin Census, 1820-90
1860 (Age: 68)
Milwaukee Ward 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Dane H Chandler 66 Attorney, Mary W Chandler 64 Anna Starks 50 Assume Sis in Law, Cornelia H Blodgett 36 Virginia Blodgett 17 Eliza Dorninks 22

1860 United States Federal Census
Dane H Chandler 66 Attorney, Mary W Chandler 64 Anna Starks 50 Assume Sis in Law, Cornelia H Blodgett 36 Virginia Blodgett 17 Eliza Dorninks 22
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Children:
Robert Chandler 1827 –
Ralph Chandler 1829 – 1889
Walter Chandler 1836 –
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Child 1. Robert Chandler:
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abt 1827
New York, USA

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1850 (Age: 23)
Milwaukee Ward 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
With Family, Father, Mother, Brothers Ralph & Walter. Robert a Lawyer.

1860 (Age: 33)
Milwaukee Ward 7, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Robert a Lawyer. Robert Chandler 32 Fanny Chandler 25, born Vermont, Elizabeth Finn 26, born Ireland.

1860 United States Federal Census

1863 (Age: 36)
Tribunal, McDowell Questions to Capt. Robert Chandler.
Official records of the Union and Confederate Armies,
1861-1865. Irvin McDowell in Law, by Marriage in marriage to Helen Burden.

event 1870 (Age: 43)
St Paul Ward 3, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States
Robert a Major in USA Navy. Fannie (sic) born Vermont.
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Child 2. Ralph, the Commodore Chandler.
Ralph ChandlerBirth

23 August 1829
in Batavia, Genesee Co., New York, USA Death

February 1889
in Hong Kong, China

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23 August 1829
Batavia, Genesee Co., New York, USA

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1850 (Age: 21)
Milwaukee Ward 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1850 United States Federal Census

Marriage:
1855 (Age: 26)
to Cornelia Redfield

1860 (Age: 31)
Batavia, Genesee, New York

1860 United States Federal Census

1870 (Age: 41)
Brooklyn Ward 11, Kings, New York

1870 United States Federal Census

1880 (Age: 51)
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York, United States

1880 United States Federal Census

1880 (Age: 51)
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York, United States

1880 United States Federal Census

February 1889 (Age: 59)
Hong Kong, China
This text is Copyright 2001 all rights reserved by Stephen Powell and buffalonian.com. This electronic text may not be dupicated or used in any manner without written consent of Stephen R. Powell or buffalonian.com™ The official life of Admiral CHANDLER

1889 (Age: 60)
Hong Kong, China
Rear Admiral Asiatic squadron. Died of Apoplexy. Sudden cardiac deaths, ruptured cerebral aneurysms, certain ruptured aortic aneurysms, and even heart attacks may have been described as apoplexy in the past.
Spouse
Cornelia Redfield 1829 – 1892
Children:
Bessie Elizabeth Chandler 1857 – 1917
Mary Stark Chandler 1858 – 1940
Redfield Chandler 1860 –
Cornelia D Chandler 1866 –
Porter Chandler 1868 – 1899. Porter Chandler married into my Family. Spouse: Mary Wharton Wadsworth 1866 – 1927. Her Father was Charles Frederick Wadsworth and my Great GG Aunt Jessie BURDEN, Daughter of the Henry Burden of Troy & Helen McOuat (O not Q)

Their Child Porter Chandler & Mary Wharton Wadsworth:
Porter Ralph Chandler 1899 – 1979
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Obit-
DEATH OF REAR ADMIRAL CHANDLER. Rear Admiral Ralph CHANDLER.

Spirit of the Times
Batavia, Genesee Co., NY
Saturday, February 16th 1889

(07.01.02) A Washington dispatch announces the death of Rear Admiral Ralph CHANDLER, commanding the Asiatic squadron, which occurred at Hong Kong on Saturday last from apoplexy. Admiral CHANDLER was born in Batavia August 23d, 1829, and lived here during his boyhood. He was a son of Daniel CHANDLER, a lawyer of good ability and a prominent leader in politics. Ralph received a fair education at the hands of John EARNEST, who is remembered by some of our older citizens, and at about the age of seventeen received an appointment to the naval academy at Annapolis. Here, he graduated with high honors and some years later, having returned to Batavia, was married to Cornelia, daughter of the late Heman J. REDFIELD. Five children were born to them--three girls and two boys--the eldest of whom is Mrs. Bessie CHANDLER PARKER, wife of LeRoy PARKER, Esq., who lives with her aunt, Mrs. H.I. GLOWACKI, on Summit street, this village. Mrs. CHANDLER and the other two daughters accompanied him to Yokahama, Japan, where his headquarters were located. One of the sons, Redfield, is in New York, and Porter, the youngest son and child, has been recently living in Batavia. Admiral CHANDLER would have been placed on the retired list in a little over a year and he often spoke of the pleasure it would give him to return to Batavia and settle down among the old friends of his youth. In 1886 he made quite a long visit here and we recall with pleasure the hours that he spent in our sanctum, his genial, whole-souled nature and his happy manner of relating anecdotesand reminiscences in which he abounded.

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Child 3: Walter Chandler. Birth. abt 1836
in New York, USA.

Residence View event
1850 (Age: 14)
Milwaukee Ward 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1870 (Age: 34)
Milwaukee Ward 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Lumber Dealer. Walter Chandler 34 Sarah Chandler 32 Ralph Chandler 8 Ellen Chandler 7/12

1870 United States Federal Census






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