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David Hamilton Jones
will soon be updating information about his line which includes Capt.
Robert Chaddock who arrived in Liverpool and established a small shipping
company with a small fleet of sailing ships. Seafaring had been in the
family for several generations before Robert and a family legend is that the
Chaddocks from Portland had been descendants of Pirates/Privateers.
Melinda Chaddock is descended from Joseph Chaddock and his Great-Grandson Dexter Chaddock (casualty of the Civil War, see Pension at right). Melinda has just learned that her Great-grandfather, Lyman Chaddock, was apparently married to a lady named Helen Ballard Chaddock before he married her Great-grandmother Clara, and that 2 boys were born from this first union. Their names were Fred and Welcome Douglas.
Details about the line of Chaddocks tracing back to Joseph Chaddock, born in 1732, Worcester County, MA. can be found in Liz Burdick's: Joseph, Thomas, & Patty Chaddock. Ethel Hegeman has submitted some additional documentation for Thomas and Persis and also Luther Chaddock.
Can anyone link into this recently submitted line, based on John Chaddock b.1809?
Gerry Yost recently made some updates to Ann Chaddock & husband Joseph Forquer.
Cedric Lansdell (a.k.a. Dell) Purdie from Rotorua, New Zealand is searching for information about his 3rd Great Grandmother Sarah Chaddock who married Thomas Hulme 21 January 1771 in Manchester England.
Tony Smith is the webmaster of a site covering the history of the area surrounding Boothstown, England. He was also instrumental in obtaining access for us to photograph Chaddock Hall. Although Chaddock is just a fraction of what is covered at his website, it is the eminent source of information on Chaddock Hall and a hamlet once called "Chaddock." Read about Chaddock Hall, Chaddock Lane, Chaddock Level (underground canal), Chaddock Colliary (Coal Mining Operation). Hey, we do come from "inferior gentry" you know.
Here's a fun diversion: I found a movie from the late 60's that has a character named "Chaddock" - it's a Western called Buckskin.
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