Joseph Chadbourne (1720 - 1808)

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Death: Died in Berwick, York, ME, USA
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About Joseph Chadbourne

Even in 1904, Emery seems to have had little information on this family, and little has been found since. They seem to have moved about a great deal. Some mentions in both ME and NH suggest that they were based from Berwick, but had ties in many other places, mainly Portsmouth NH. Joseph was called Captain because of his duty as an Indian scout in the French-Indian war. We know that Joseph inherited property from his uncle Humphrey in S Berwick; but it was sold to Judge Benjamin. He was probably the Joseph who received a proprietor's lot in Lebanon. According to the History of the Town of Lebanon, ME, Joseph, "came to Lebanon and settled on easterly side of the old highway, short distance northwesterly from Berwick line. Whether his settlement was made on one of the Home Lots in the 1st range or on a portion of the Cook Grant is not known. He was however among the earliest settlers

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Capt. Joseph Chadbourne's Timeline

1720
June 1, 1720
September 4, 1720
Berwick, York, ME, USA
1747
November 25, 1747
Age 27
Berwick, York, Maine, United States of America
1753
1753
Age 32
South Berwick, York, Maine, United States of America
1753
Age 32
Berwick, York, Maine, United States of America
1757
1757
Age 36
1759
1759
Age 38
1762
November 19, 1762
Age 42
1790
1790
Age 69
Berwick, York, Maine, United States of America
1806
April 10, 1806
Age 85