Christopher Champlin (1731 - 1805)

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About Christopher Champlin

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Christopher Champlin (1731–1805) was a merchant, shipowner, and financier of Newport, Rhode Island. He was born in Charlestown, Rhode Island, the oldest son of Colonel Christopher Champlin (1707 – 1766) and Hannah (Hill) Champlin. Earlier generations of the Champlin family had moved from Newport to the Narragansett country. The colonel became a fairly prosperous “ Narragansett Planter ” ; however, all three brothers, Christopher, Robert, and George, moved back to Newport in the 1750s and established themselves in the mercantile community.

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Christopher Champlin, Slave Trader's Timeline

1731
1731
1768
April 12, 1768
Age 37
Newport, Newport, RI, USA
1805
1805
Age 74
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Common Burying Ground Newport Newport County Rhode Island