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Type: Real
Size: Medium (101 - 500)

Rev. John Chipman

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1776-01-11
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Newspaper advertisement for return of books: The New-England Chronicle; or, the Essex Gazette, 4-11 January 1776, p. 3; 11-18 January 1776, p. 4; 18-25 January 1776, p. 4
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Advertisement text: "ALL persons indebted to, or having any demands on the estate of the Rev. JOHN CHIPMAN, late of Beverly, deceased, are again requested to settle them with BENJAMIN JONES, Esq; of Beverly, or JOSEPH CHIPMAN of Salem, Executors.
N.B. Those persons that have books in their keeping belonging to the library of the deceased, are requested to return them to the executors."
The Sibley's biography notes that he bequeathed his classical books to a grandson, Ward Chipman (5:563-568)
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Date of birth
1691-02-16
Date of death
1775-03-23
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male
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