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CFA Annual Meetings

2010 Annual Meeting
Hampton, Virginia
September 16-18

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The CFA was featured in the Hampton Daily Press in two articles by Sam McDonald on successive weekends:
  • "Early American family regroups in Hampton"
    (published Saturday, September 18)
  • "Make connections and lift the veil on family history"
    (published Sunday, September 26)
  • Page of selected photos / Order group photos / Photos and videos online / More

    The 2010 annual meeting of the CFA was September 16-18 in Hampton, Virginia. This meeting was three days instead of the usual two because of special events planned to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the arrival in Virginia of John Chandler born 1600.

    The ancestor of many CFA members, John Chandler came to Jamestown in 1610 at the age of 9. As an adult, he owned thousands of acres of property and made his home in what is now Hampton.

    Please alert Claudia at if you have problems accessing the links below.

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    Group Photo group photo
    Click on the image to download any of several CFA 2010 group photos or order prints from Snapfish. The group photos were taken by Sam McDonald, reporter for the Hampton Daily Press.

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    View Photo Slide Shows and Videos
    The photos posted at Snapfish can be viewed one at a time or as slideshows. You may also order prints.

    mapThursday, September 16

  • Historic Jamestown and Jamestown Settlement
    Sharon Maloney and Claudia Brocato contributed these photos.
  • Dinner at Crab Shack on the James
    Sharon Maloney and Claudia Brocato contributed these photos.
  • Friday, September 17

  • Visiting, sharing and researching in the Meeting Room
    Sharon Maloney and Claudia Brocato contributed these photos.
  • Video (21 seconds) from meeting room by Jim Light
  • Saturday, September 18

  • More visiting, sharing and researching, followed by 2010 Business Meeting
    Sharon Maloney and Claudia Brocato contributed these photos.
  • Hampton Historic Tour
    Photos by Claudia Brocato
  • Fort Monroe (location of Old Point Comfort, where Lord de la Ware's three ships first landed)
  • Monument to English who first landed in 1607 before proceeding to Jamestown
  • Robinson Park (John and Elizabeth Chandler owned this land and 1,000 acres around it)
  • Hampton Historic Museum and St. John's Episcopal Church
  • Video (39 seconds) by Jim Light at Fort Monroe (known to the English settlers as Point Comfort).
  • Video (13 seconds) by Jim Light from Fort Monroe looking toward Fort Wool. These two fortifications historically worked together to protect Hampton Roads (one of the world's great harbors) from seafaring threats.
  • Video (47 seconds) by Jim Light of the monument commemorating the landing of the English near this location in 1607 before proceeding to Jamestown. The monument is located on the grounds of a Veterans Hospital overlooking Hampton Roads.
  • More photos from the 2010 Annual Meeting in Hampton, Virginia

  • Selected photos (hosted at Snapfish) by Carol Halbert of the 2010 Annual Meeting events
  • NEW - posted November 13, 2010!A page of photos by Gloria Futrell

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  • The Chandler Family Association
    Copyright 2013
    The Chandler Family Association
    Updated November 13, 2010

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