Carey Wiard Chamberlin
Born 19 JUN 1857 Wiard Homestead, Geneva OH
Died 23 AUG 1932 Beverly MA
Buried 26 AUG 1932 Painesville OH

Isaac Cyrus Chamberlin
1 FEB 182816 MAY 1907
Laura Wiard
28 NOV 18293 FEB 1876

Harriette Anna Rogers
7 MAY 185619 SEP 1933
Married 8 AUG 1877 Painesville OH

Children with Harriette Anna Rogers
Harrie Rogers Chamberlin
7 AUG 187912 MAR 1918
Frances Chamberlin
FEB 1887DEC 1888
Carey Judson Chamberlin
26 FEB 18923 NOV 1985

Other Facts
Education 1873 Geneva Normal School
Education Doctor of Divinity, Colby College
Occupation Baptist Pastor

Served for 25 yrs as pastor of 1st Baptist Church in Beverly MA. Travelled to China and Japan for Baptist missions. His death was due to complications from surgery for appendicitis.

Carey and Hattie lived on Park Street at Main Street and later at 17 Prospect in Ashtabula where he had a successful shoe store for 13 years. After the death of his daughter in 1888, and due to Carey's poor health, they moved to Denver, Colorado.

Carey was Assistant Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Denver (lived at 1833 Stout Street), Assistant Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Boston (lived at 90 & 92 Huntington Avenue), Pastor of the Baptist Church of Hudson, Massachusetts (lived on Church Street), Pastor of the Dorchester Temple at Boston (1896-1901) [lived at 17 Harley Street and 70 Welles Avenue], Pastor of the Ashland Avenue Baptist Church at Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio (lived at 2022 Collingwood Avenue) and Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts (1906-1931) [lived at 73 Lathrop Street and then 53 Lathrop Street]. He received a Doctor of Divinity from Colby College.

Carey retired in 1931. He died of appendicitis on 8-23-1932 in the Beverly Hospital in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts and was buried on 8-26 in Painesville, Lake County, Ohio. Hattie died of a stroke on 9-19-1933, in Beverly and was also buried in Painesville.