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John Jay Chapman

Born: 2-Mar-1862
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 4-Nov-1933
Cause of death: Cancer - Liver

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Essayist, Poet

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Essayist, founder of The Nursery

Great-great-grandson of US diplomat and Supreme Court Justice John Jay.

Father: Henry Grafton Chapman
Mother: Eleanor Jay
Wife: Minna Timmins (m. 2-Jul-1889, d. 1897, three sons)
Son: Victor Emmanuel
Son: John Jay, Jr.
Son: Conrad (b. 1897)
Wife: Elizabeth Chanler (m. 23-Apr-1898)

    High School: St. Paul's School, Concord, NH
    University: Harvard University (1884)
    Law School: Harvard Law School

    The Nursery Magazine Founder and Editor (1897-1901)
    New York State Bar Association
    Risk Factors: Amputee

Author of books:
Emerson and Other Essays (1898, essays)
Causes and Consequences (1898, essays)
Practical Agitation (1900)
Four Plays for Children (1908, drama)
The Maid's Forgiveness: A Play (1908, drama)
A Sausage from Bologna: A Comedy in Four Acts (1909, drama)
The Maid's Forgiveness: A Play (1909, drama)
Learning and Other Essays (1910, essays)
The Treason & Death of Benedict Arnold: A Play for a Greek Theatre (1910, drama)
Neptune's Isle and Other Plays for Children (1911, drama)
William Lloyd Garrison (1913, biography)
Homeric Scenes: Hector's Farewell, and The Wrath of Achilles (1914)
Greek Genius, and Other Essays (1915, essays)
Notes on Religion (1915)
Memories and Milestones (1915)
Cupid and Psyche‎ (1916)
Songs and Poems (1919, poetry)
A Glance Toward Shakespeare (1922)
Letters and Religion (1924)

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