March 2, 1768, Long­mea­dow (near Spring­field), Mas­sa­chu­setts.

Feb­ru­a­ry 19, 1835, North­field, Ohio.

North­field-Ma­ce­don­ia Ce­me­te­ry, North­field Cen­ter, Ohio.

Amzi was the son of Ed­ward and Eu­nice Chapin, bro­ther of Lu­ci­us Chapin, and hus­band of Han­nah Pow­er (mar­ried 1800).

He start­ed his ca­reer in Hart­ford, Con­nec­ti­cut, work­ing as an ap­pren­tice ca­bi­net mak­er to his bro­ther, Aar­on, for three years.

He then went with his bro­ther Lu­ci­us to teach sing­ing schools in Vir­gi­nia and North Ca­ro­li­na. Am­zi event­u­al­ly set­tled in 1795, found­ing a mill and con­tin­u­ing as a sing­ing teach­er.

After mar­ry­ing, he and Han­nah moved to near Browns­ville, Penn­syl­van­ia, where Am­zi farmed and con­tin­ued teach­ing in sing­ing schools. The fa­mi­ly moved to North­field, Ohio, in 1831.

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where to get Cha­pin’s pic­ture