Reverend William Chauncey Fowler (1793-1881), the son of Reuben Rose Fowler and Catharine Chauncey, graduated from Yale College in 1816 and lived in Durham, Connecticut, and Middlebury, Vermont, where he was a professor at Middlebury College. He married Harriet Webster (d. 1844), the daughter of lexicographer Noah Webster, on July 21, 1825, and they had four children: Emily Ellsworth (b. 1826), Charles Chauncey (1829-1876), William Worthington (1832-1881), and Webster Winthrop (1835-1842). Charles Chauncey Fowler attended Amherst College; after graduating in 1851, he moved to New York City, where he became a lawyer. William Worthington Fowler also graduated from Amherst College and was admitted to the New York State Bar. Emily Ellsworth Fowler married Gordon L. Ford before 1854 and lived in New London, Connecticut.
From the guide to the Charles Fowler collection, Fowler, Charles collection, 1854-1857, (William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan)