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Richard Carter Chandler
Richard was born in 1771 at Goochland, Virginia. He was a son of Richard Chandler and Elizabeth Carter.
Richard married Sarah Sally Eades (married 3 Oct 1798 - Fluvanna County, Virginia) She was a minor bride and married with her mother's permission.
This from the "Billups Family Genealogy Forum:"
- Abraham Eades stated in his "WILL" Richard Carter Chandler was not to get anything!! Only the Chandler grandchildren & husbands are named. Samuel L. Billups & Sarah are named.
Possibly Sarah Sally Eades' father, Abraham, was unhappy about the marriage with Richard?
Death & Legacy
Richard died in 1843.
- ↑ Genforum, "Billups Family Genealogy Forum" (Post by Linda Lewis June 13, 2009 at 11:50:05) accessed online 1/3/2014
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