1656. William CHAPLINE II was born in 1659. He died in 1718 in Dorchester County, Maryland. William II, born in 1659, inherited his father's sloop and plantation on the Patuxent River in Calvert County (it was then Calvert County and later became Prince Georges County).
William lived on his father's plantation and continued in the occupation of planter, tobacco being the main crop. (Tobacco was used in place of money at this time, a pound of tobacco being equal to ten shillings.)
William II was active in local politics serving on juries at Patuxent Town and in November 1689, was one of the signatories to a letter to the King of England on behalf of the Protestants of Calvert County. The Chapline family were all Church of England (Protestant-Episcopals) members.
He was married to Susannah KEMBALL in 1685.
1657. Susannah KEMBALL Also spelled KEMBELL.
i. Isaac CHAPLINE died in 1743.
ii. Solomon CHAPLINE died in 1765.
iii. Thomas CHAPLINE died in 1730.
iv. Mary CHAPLINE
v. Elizabeth CHAPLINE.
828 vi. William CHAPLINE III