CHANDLEE, Benjamin, son of William Chandlee, of Kilmore, in the county of Kildare, Ireland, came to Philadelphia, and learned the trade of a clock and watchmaker with Abel Cottey, whose daughter Sarah he married, 3,25,1710, and about 1715 settled on a tract of land in Nottingham which had belonged to her father.  There he built a smithy and made brass cow-bells, then much needed.  In 1741 they sold the property and removed to Wilmington, where he died about 1745.   The children of Benjamin and Sarah were Mary, m. to Neal McCaskey; Cottey, d. 10,9,1807, aged ninety-four years, 5 months, 21 days; William, m. Mary Elgar; Benjamin, m. in 1750, Mary, daughter of Goldsmith Edward Folwell, of Wilmington.  He settled in the village at Brick Meeting, and with his brother Cottey manufactured clocks, compasses, etc.