Phyllis O. Whitten's book, "Samuel Fogg 1628-1672" (http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?whitten::fogg::775.html) lists your Susan on page 436.
The listing says
1439- SUSAN F.T.-7 (JONATHAN-6, JOHN-5, JONATHAN-4, JOHN-3, DANIEL-2, SAMUEL-1)
b. Dec.19,1826, Burlington, Me.; d. ; m. Joseph W. Chapman,
AMANDA-8 b. 1844/45
ELMIRA-8 b. 1849
That means that she was the daughter of the Jonathan Fogg who was the son of the John Fogg who was the son of the Jonathon Fogg who was the son of the John Fogg who was the son of the Daniel Fogg who was the son of the Samuel Fogg of the title of the book.
Her father's listing has more details:
598. JONATHAN-6 (JOHN-5, JONATHAN-4, JOHN-3, DANIEL-2, SAMUEL-l)
b. 1790-1800; d. Mar.23,1851, and was buried in Thomas Page's tomb, for it was winter and there was a deep snow; m. Ann Kimble, b. in 1805, d. in Bradley, Me. at her daughter Rachel's home.
Jonathan was in the Aroostook War and was a "Drum Major," Co.C, 1st Bn., Art.He enlisted Apr.20,l8l6 for 3 years and 15 days as a substitute for Benjamin Mom's (English name) and promoted to drummer Dec.l,l8l6; reduced from Musician
Aug.31,l8l7; deserted Sept.l8l7; deserted again Aug.1818. (Desertion was common)
He was a travelling shoemaker, making and remaking shoes while his wife did spinning for people. They lived in Burlington, Me. for many years. In 1850 Rachel and Joseph lived with Thomas (71) and Eliza Page (67) (the great-grandparents of Stewart Lord, Town Clerk of Burlington,Me.) and Sophronia lived with the Tristam Hurd family in Burlington.
1438. ASA-7 b. Jan.21,1825
1439. SUSAN F/T.-7 b. Dec.19,1826
1440. JOHN JERDON-7 b. Dec. 1829, Burlington/Lowell, Me. (JOHN JORDAN)
1441. ELMIRA-7 b. Mar.24,1530
1442. RACHEL-7 b. Jan.26,1832
1443. SOPHRONIA-7 b. Feb.6,1833
1444. JOSEPH S.-7 b. Apr.24,1837
1445. ELIZA ELLEN-7 b. Jan.26,1841; m. Aug. 7,1855, Lowell, Me., Alonzo S. Tripp who d.June 25,1895. Civil War Vet. Res:Burlington,Me. Ch: Hattie Dora-8, b. July 7,1881.
I'll refer you to the book for earlier generations.Whitten concentrates on people bearing the Fogg name, so she doesn't report on Susan's children beyond the first two.
For Susan's subsequent adventures, I can get you started with a little US census data.The 1860 census, as abstracted by Ancestry.com, finds this family in Lowell, Penobscot County, Maine:
Joseph W Chapman 38
Sarah F Chapman 33[I expect that's actually your Susan]
Amanda J Chapman 15
Almira A Chapman 10
John M Chapman 8
Eddy J Chapman 6
Richard E Chapman 2
Maria H Chapman 5/12
The 1870 census, again as abstracted by Ancestry.com, finds in Veazie, Penobscot County, Maine:
Joseph W Chapman 49
Susan Chapman 43
Almira Chapman 20
John M Chapman 18
Edward Chapman 16
Maria H Chapman 10
William J Chapman 4
Samuel Chapman 1
The 1880 census, Ellsworth, Hancock County, Maine:
Joseph W. Chapman 59
Susan F. Chapman 53
Myra H. Oaks 20 [daughter, presumably AKA Maria]
John H. Oaks 25
Annie Chapman 30
John M. Chapman 28
William J. Chapman 14
Samuel S. Chapman 12