- In 1850, an Edward Chandler was living in the home of Harman Chandler. Harman was not married and from all indications, it appears that Edward Chandler was also a son of William Chandler and Mary Ann Eliza.
Birth Source: Thomas B. Chandler Bible
Publication: Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol.III #3 (July 1, 1983)
Note: At time of publication, Bible was in possession of Marius and Nellie Barham of Norfolk, VA.
1840 New Kent County, VA listed next to Ann Chandler
1 Male 20-30
1 Male 40-50
1850 New Kent County, VA listed with Edw. Chandler, age 12, living with him, farming
Harman Chandler 56
Edwd Chandler 12
1860 New Kent County, VA,
Harman Chandler 61
James B Hopkins 61
1860 New Kent Co, VA Slave Schedule
80 Female Black Harman Chandler New Kent, Virginia
55 Female Black Harman Chandler New Kent, Virginia
22 Female Black Harman Chandler New Kent, Virginia
18 Male Black Harman Chandler New Kent, Virginia
7 Female Black Harman Chandler New Kent, Virginia
4 Male Black Harman Chandler New Kent, Virginia
2 Male Black Harman Chandler New Kent, Virginia
26 Male Black H Chandler New Kent, Virginia
New Kent Will Book I 1864-1887 [abstracted by June Banks Evans, Bryn
Ffyliaid Publications, New Orleans, LA]: In an undated will recorded 12 dec 1867,
Harmon Chandler left 1/6 of his estate to Georgeanna [sic] and Mary Chandler.
Whenever the will was written, Georgianna was not yet married.
New Kent Will Book I: Entry 506, dated Dec 1879-Dec 1881 regarding Harmon
Chandler's estate [he now deceased], mentions Georgianna Chandler, now MILLS as
receiving 1/12 of estate.
Will of Harman Chandler
Will proved on 12 December 1867
To my sister, Mary Ann Morris, two sixths of my estate
To Susan E. Rouse, Emma R. Chandler and Mary V. Chandler, one sixth of my estate
To Oliver Mitchell Chandler and Mary Anne Eliza Chandler, one sixth of my estate
To Georgianna and Mary Chandler, one sixth of my estate
To Octavis Chandler's children, Robert, James, Richard, and Edward, one sixth of my estate
To Susan Bassett my farm called Moore's, my sorrel horse, four hundred weight of pork, five barrells corn and 2,000 weight of fodder.
I desire James McKensie to quality on and settle up my estate, without security and further authorize said McKenzie to sell privally or publickly as he sees fit.
Witnesses: A.G. Jones, William C. Talley and M.B. Rouse
Source: Pam Huffman, Email 3/30/2009 (Note: Who is Susan Bassett? HB)
Harman Chandler (no stone)
October 25, 1798 - November 1867
Buried at Chandler Cemetery, "Laurel Springs", New Kent County, VA
Chandler, Harmon 60765333
b. Oct. 25, 1798 d. Nov., 1867 Chandler Cemetery - Laure...
New Kent County