Summary

Youngest son of Maj. Arthur Chamberlin, Sr., and his third wife, Rosanna Slaught. Married first Eliza Jane Unknown and second Mary Ann Slusher. Surname spelled "Chamberlain" on his headstone, but elsewhere it is sometimes written as "Chamberlin."

Birth:
28 Aug 1821 1
Amwell Twp., Washington Co., PA 1
Death:
27 May 1894 1
Amwell Twp., Washington Co., PA 1
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Cephas Chamberlin 1872 Farm Sale Notice.JPG
Cephas Chamberlin 1872 Farm Sale Notice.JPG
Washington Review and Examiner, Washington, PA, 7 Feb. 1872.
Cephas Chamberlin 1876 Voluntary Assignmt Notice.JPG
Cephas Chamberlin 1876 Voluntary Assignmt Notice.JPG
Washington Reporter, Washington, PA, 12 Jul. 1876.
Cephas & Geo W Chamberlin 1873 Lightning.JPG
Cephas & Geo W Chamberlin 1873 Lightning.JPG
Washington Review and Examiner, Washington PA, 2 Jul. 1873.
Cephas Chamberlain 1869 Wash Co Grand Juror.JPG
Cephas Chamberlain 1869 Wash Co Grand Juror.JPG
Washington Reporter, Washington, PA, 24 Nov. 1869.
Cephas & Mary Chamberlain Headstone.JPG
Cephas & Mary Chamberlain Headstone.JPG
Cephas Chamberlin Oct 1876 Assignee Sale.JPG
Cephas Chamberlin Oct 1876 Assignee Sale.JPG
Washington Reporter, Washington, PA, 18 Oct. 1876.
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Personal Details

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Birth:
28 Aug 1821 1
Amwell Twp., Washington Co., PA 1
Male 1
Death:
27 May 1894 1
Amwell Twp., Washington Co., PA 1
Burial:
Burial Place: Peters Crk. Christian Ch. Cem., Peters Twp., Washington Co., PA 1
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Birth:
Mother: Rosanna Slaught 1
Father: Maj. Arthur Chamberlin, Sr. 1
Marriage:
1) Eliza Jane Unknown 1) Mary Ann Slusher 1
1) Abt. 1842 1) 1853/1854 1
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Occupation:
Farmer 1

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Stories

From a column of news from Lone Pine and vicinity authored by "Guzzinflip" in the Washington Review and Examiner, 16 Sep. 1874, p. 3:

1) "Wednesday evening last, as Jimmie Hughes, Jr., of Amity, in company with his uncle, Rev. R. C. Gessford, of Gettysburg, was passing Lone Pine in a buggy, the horse took fright at the blowing of the whistle of Chamberlin's mill and ran over an embankment, throwing out the occupants and severely cutting Rev. Gessford. Strange to say, Jimmy [sic] escaped injury. The horse ran about half a mile, but did no material damage to the vehicle."

 

2) "Recent building improvements are as follows: Cephas Chamberlin has repaired and attached some new work to his steam mill in Lone Pine, and is doing good work in the way of cracking grain. . ."

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