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Daughter of Cunningham Sample, Esq. (1723-1803) and Agnes Welsher (1730-1783), of Peach Bottom, York Co., PA, and wife of Lt. Col. James Chamberlain (1745-1819), of York and later Adams Co., PA. Ann and James Chamberlain were married in 1791. The couple had 9 children: Nancy (1792-1854); Jeremiah (1794-1851); James I (1795-1798); Margery (1798-1854); Juliann (1800-1827); John (1802-1868); James II (1805-1850); Sarah (1807-1852); and Washington (1810-1891). Their eldest son, Rev. Jeremiah Chamberlain, D.D. (1794-1851), a noted Presbyterian minister, was founder and/or president of several Southern colleges. He was assassinated in 1851 by a disgruntled, secessionist student while he was president of Oakland College, in Claiborne Co., MS.

Birth:
14 Feb 1769 1
Lancaster Co., PA 1
Death:
11 Sep 1843 1
Gettysburgh, Adams Co., PA 1
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Full Name:
Ann Sample 1
Birth:
14 Feb 1769 1
Lancaster Co., PA 1
Female 1
Death:
11 Sep 1843 1
Gettysburgh, Adams Co., PA 1
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Burial Place: Great Conewago Presby. Ch. Cem., Hunterstown, Adams Co., PA 1
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Mother: Agnes Welsher 1
Father: Cunningham Sample 1
Marriage:
James Chamberlain 1
12 May 1791 1
Spouse Death Date: 1819 1
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Presbyterian 1

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