The Chandler Family Bible Project
This web page is an important part of CFA’s work to preserve and promote Chandler family history. Our goal is providing Chandler descendants, researchers, and Family Bible preservationists a central location to share and view Chandler Family Bible records.
There are several ways that you can help with this project.
- Donate your Chandler Family Bible to the CFA Library. We will work to preserve the bible with the other books in our library collection, and digitize the relevant portions of that bible for presentation on this web page.
- Keep your Chandler Family Bible in your possession, but share it here on this web page. We will assist you in documenting your bible to create a digital version to share here.
- Discover Chandler Family Bibles in your local or state archives or genealogical libraries, and work with us to create a digital version to share.
- Keep an eye out for references to Chandler Family Bibles on the internet that can be added here.
Chandler Family Bible Files
|Note: RIN below is the Record Identifier Number that applies to that individual within CFALD. When communicating with the CFA Bible Project team, please include the RIN for the person that you are discussing to ensure you are speaking about the same individual.|
|Caution: Some of the files below are large and require more time to load than other files.|
Bible of Aubrey Chandler 1890-1980 RIN59237
Bible of Isaac C. Chandler 1847–1937 RIN23177
Bible of Joel Chandler 1740-1800 RIN75538
Bible of John George Chandler 1845-1902 RIN106984 (redacted)
Bible of Josiah Chandler 1764-1827 RIN72626
Bible of Julia F Chandler – 1857-1924 RIN101511
Bible of Roland Abbott Chandler 1862-1943 RIN120768 – added 2/4/2023
Family Bible Related Websites:
Bible Records Online
Note: the last new listing was Feb 2007
Daughters of the American Revolution – Bible Records and Transcriptions
A list of Chandler names is viewable, but not allowed to be “redistributed to others, assembled, reproduced, published, or posted in any form whatsoever”.
Genealogy is Chasing Your Tale — ChaseYourTale.com
This is a record of Amanda (Johnson) Chandler/Hanby and her two marriages, and the children and step-children from those marriages.
Heirloom Family Bibles – 13 Tips to Protect Yours
by Denise May Levenick
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
They maintain some original Bible records including the Chandler-Amis family Bible record, 1807-1953.
Ohio Genealogical Society Bible
Includes records on: Adah Chandler, Adalaide E Chandler, Adeline Chandler, Charles L Chandler, Daisy B Chandler, Ellen Chandler, Lucretia A Chandler, Mildred Chandler, Susan C Chandler, Wistella Chandler, and Nancy E Chandlers
Provides a search page for accessing an online database of old Southern Bible records.
Ancestry.com. Old Southern Bible Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
Original data: Lester, Memory Aldrige. Old Southern Bible Records. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002.
Originality Counts, The Limits on Copyright
By Judy G. Russell, Jul 5, 2019
An explanation of where copyrighting happens (or doesn’t) within the use of family Bibles