Chipman, John

Chipman, John a Congregationalist minister, was born at Barnstable, Massachusetts, February 16, 1691, and graduated at Harvard College in 1711. He was ordained December 28, 1715, pastor of the First Church in the precinct of Salem and Beverly (now North Beverly); and in May 1, 1771, Reverend Enos Hitchcock was chosen his associate. He died March 23, 1775. Mr. Chipman was held in high esteem among his clerical brethren, and was a good representative of the orthodox ministers of Massachusetts in his day. See The Chipman Lineage, page 2529. (J.C.S.)

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