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The Chandlers of Kansas : a banking family

by Billy M. Jones
Jones, Billy M. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Wichita, Kansas : Center for Entrepreneurship, College of Business Administration, Wichita State University, c1983
xv, 256 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., map, ports. (some col.).
0865460485
WSU business heritage series

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Notes and bibliography: p. 227-245.

Includes index.

Includes Clift, Laskey, Sabatini, Throckmorton, Warren, Woods and related families.

Richard Chandler (d.1622) immigrated in 1620 from England to Virginia, and three of his four sons immigrated after his death to claim his property (the fourth son joined them in 1635). Direct descendant Leroy Chandler married twice and in 1836 moved from Louisa County, Virginia to Cooper County, Missouri. Charles Quarles Chandler II (1864-1943), a grandson, moved to Wichita, Kansas to join an uncle who was a banker. Descendants lived in Kansas and elsewhere.

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