Calvin Tibbetts Chamberlain (December 5, 1795 in Mount Vernon, then in Lincoln County, Massachusetts, now in Kennebec County, Maine – June 27, 1878 in Cuba, Allegany County, New York) was an American politician from New York.
He was the son of Benjamin Chamberlain (1757–1847) and Tryphena (née Tibbetts, widowed Kenney) Chamberlain. In 1816, he removed to a place then located in the Town of Friendship, about two miles from a settlement which was later incorporated as the Village of Cuba, in Allegany County. The next year, he established a saw mill there. He married Betsey Moore (d. 1845). In 1835, he opened a public house and general store, and was appointed Postmaster of Cuba.
He was a brigadier general of the New York State Militia.
- The New York Civil List compiled by Franklin Benjamin Hough (pages 134f, 139, 217, 219 and 264; Weed, Parsons and Co., 1858)
- History of the Pioneer Settlement of Phelps and Gorham's Purchase by O. Turner (Rochester NY, 1852; pg. 557f)
- Table of the Post Offices in the United States (1836; pg. 38)
- Manual for the Use of the Legislature (1865; pg. 400)
- Calvin T. Chamberlain at Gen Forum
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Seth H. Pratt,
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Samuel H. P. Hall