Henry C. Chipman

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Henry C. Chipman (1784–1867) was a judge of the Supreme Territorial Court of Michigan from 1827 until 1832.

Chipman was the son of Vermont senator Nathaniel Chipman. He studied at Middlebury College and then moved to South Carolina. He served in the War of 1812. In 1823 he came to Michigan. He served as a justice for Wayne County before being appointed to the Michigan Territorial Supreme Court.

After his service on the court Chipman returned to private practice but again became a Wayne County judge in the 1840s. Chipman was an Episcopalian and served as a vestryman.

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