chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

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chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

Postby kglund » Mon Jun 21, 2004 9:37 pm

Am researching my family history - my g.g.grandfather was Thomas Chapman born in Lund around 1862, his parents were William (b1825) and Anne (b.1835.
Thomas married Lydia Waites around 1883. Lydia was born c.1862in Lund - her parents were William Waites (b.1834)in Lund and Harriet or Hannah. Lydia's grandmother was Lydia Jackson born c.1809 in Walkington.
The above is my father's side of the family, I also have family from my mother's side originally I think from N. Dalton. Their name is Fenby. Foster Fenby was born in N. Dalton c.1763, one of his sons was Robert (born in Huggate/N.Dalton c.1800) who married Addy (or Adela) Stephenson, they lived in Flamboro' - one of their sons was Paul (b 1826) who married Maria Bryan - again they lived in Flamborough. One of their sons was Foster (b1853) who married Cecilia Wood, they lived in Beverley. Foster and Cecilia were my G.G. Grandparents.

Any information about any of the families would be very welcome.
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Postby nell » Wed Jun 23, 2004 10:27 pm

I have some informaiton on the Fenby side of your family. I would be happy to share it with you
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Postby Heke » Sun Oct 16, 2005 6:59 am

Hi Kglund,

I have an Ann CHAPMAN of Brandesburton who married Isaiah RILEY of Kilnwick in 1803. One witness was a Michael CHAPMAN, relationship unknown.

I also have a marriage in 1771 of Robert CHAPMAN to Ann SPENCER. These might be Ann's Chapman's parents.

Any connections?

Regards, Heke
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Postby kglund » Fri Oct 21, 2005 8:08 pm

Heke, hi
Not sure whether your Chapmans are related to mine - I may be getting more information from a relative soon. I have Chapmans in Lund going back to 1619 - as Lund is a small village I'm presuming the early ones are related to my later Lund Chapmans. Brandesburton is only 10-15 miles from Lund as the crow flies so they may be links tho' 10-15 miles is quite a distance in the 1700s and Chapman is a common name.

I do have an ANN Chapman chr 04 Jun 1787 Lund, Fa. William Chapman b 1752 Fa. William Chapman and a Michael Chapman chr 14 Oct 1755 Lund, Fa. William Chapman. Ann could be Michael's niece.
My Chapman's all get very complicated when a Jane Chapman b 1811 (Fa. William again! (b 1783), - Ann's brother I believe) married a William Michael Chapman b 1810 from Bridlington Quay.

Sorry if this is not very clear - if it would help I could send you the data I have.

Regards
Karen
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Postby Heke » Sun Oct 23, 2005 12:04 am

Hi karen,

Your Ann CHAPMAN chr. 1787 could well be the same person, as she's about the right age. A lot of people did travel long distances in those days, to markets to sell produce or to look for work, with employers, or to visit relatives. it's not at all unlikely to find them in other parishes or towns. Ann Chapman married Isiah RILEY in Brandesburton although he was a farmer at Gransmoor, and the children were born at Cottingham, Burton Agnes, and Flamborough; all between 1803 and 1819.

Would you mind sending me your information? I'll send you a PM with my contact details.

Regards, Heke
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Postby kglund » Sun Oct 23, 2005 3:25 pm

Heke,
Have realised my e-mail address on my profile is out of date - I have updated my profile and the address is kgregory209@yahhoo.co.uk

Karen
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Postby Peter6 » Thu Jan 03, 2008 7:21 pm

Name: William Michael Chapman
Born: Lund Wold: 1834
Baptised: All Saints' Church, Lund: 13 February 1835
Parents: William Michael & Jane Chapman (formerly Chapman)
Married: Anne Foley (1833-1903)
The Church of St. Andrew, Middleton-on-the-Wolds
13 November 1856
Died: Lund: 2 September 1898
Cause of death: Cirrhosis Jaundice
Certified by William Ward MRCP
Buried: All Saints' Church, Lund
Had Issue:
1. William (1857-1934)
2. Thomas (1861-1930)
3. Henry Edward (1865-1936)
4. Mary Jane (1867-1867)
5. Harriet Annie (1873-1917)
Occupations: Farmer/Retired Farmer/Gentleman
Known Addresses:
Wold House, Lund
Church Farm, Bessingby
10 Manor Street, Bridlington
43 North Road, Lund
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Postby Peter6 » Mon Jan 07, 2008 2:35 pm

NAME:
William Michael Chapman
BORN:
1809
BAPTISED:
St. Mary's Church, Beverley: 1st August 1809
PARENTS:
William & Jane Chapman (formerly Pattinson)
MARRIED:
Jane Chapman (1811-1843)
The Church of All Saints, Lund: 17 March 1834
DIED:
South Dalton Wold: 26 April 1838
CAUSE OF DEATH:
Accidentally Killed
BURIED:
The Church of All Saints, Lund
HAD ISSUE:
1. William Michael (1834-1898)
2. Anne (1837-1867)
OCCUPATIONS:
Farmer
KNOWN ADDRESSES:
Prince Street, Bridlington Quay
Wold House, Lund
OTHER INFORMATION:
Extract from the Hull Advertiser, 4 May, 1838
DEATHS
On Thursday, the 26th ultimo, at South Dalton Wold, from the effects of a lamentable accident on the Tuesday previous, aged [26], William, only son of Mr. Chapman, Bridlington Quay, and son-in-law of Mr. Chapman, Lund Wold, Near Beverley.

Extract from the Hull Rockingham, Saturday, May 5th 1838
On Tuesday week, Mr W. Chapman, farmer of Lund, son-in-law to Mr Chapman of Lund Field, fell from the shafts of a waggon, which passed over him, and killed him on the spot.
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Postby Peter6 » Mon Jan 07, 2008 5:08 pm

NAME:
William Chapman
BORN:
Lund: 1782
BAPTISED:
The Church of St. Peter, Holme-on-the-Wolds: 2 June 1782
PARENTS:
Michael & Ann Chapman (formerly Chapman)
MARRIED:
1st. Jane Pattinson
The Church of St Peter, Burton Pidsea: 12 August 1805
2nd. Jane Ward
Beverley Minster, 29 December 1834
DIED:
6 Crown Terrace, Scarborough: 25 March 1861
CAUSE of DEATH:
Apoplexy, softening of the brain and spinal cord
BURIED:
Scarborough Cemetery (formed 1857)
HAD ISSUE:
1. Robert Pattinson (1808-1808)
2. William Michael (1809-1838)
3.Ann (1814-1834)
4.Emma (1817-1834)
OCCUPATIONS: Linen Draper/Silk Mercer/Lodging House Keeper
KNOWN ADDRESSES:
Lund (1782)
Moorfield Farm, Lockington (1782)
Beverley (1809)
Harrogate (1814)
Brandesburton (1817)
Prince Street, Bridlington Quay (1822)
4 Victoria Terrace, Bridlington Quay (1851)
6 Crown Terrace, Scarborough (1858)
OTHER INFORMATION:
One of the 32 subscribers to the Victoria Rooms, Bridlington Quay
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Postby Peter6 » Mon Jan 07, 2008 5:34 pm

NAME:
Michael Chapman
BORN:
Lund: 1755
BAPTISED:
The Church of All Saints, Lund: 14 October 1755
PARENTS:
William & Ann Chapman (formerly Oxtoby)
MARRIED:
Ann Chapman (1761-1850)
The Church of St. Mary, Brandesburton: 10 April 1781
DIED:
Brandesburton: 1832
CAUSE OF DEATH:
Unknown
BURIED:
The Church of St. Mary, Brandesburton: 10 April 1832
HAD ISSUE:
1. William (1782-1861) 2. Thomas (1783-1854) 3. Ann (1785-1819)
4. Michael (1787-1830) 5. Ellen (1788-1792) 6. Elizabeth (1790-1833)
7. John (1791-????) 8. Catherine (1794-1883) 9. Martha (1796-1801)
10.Sarah (1797-1880) 11. Ellen (1799-????) 12. Richard (1801-1847)
OCCUPATIONS:
Husbandman/Farmer
KNOWN ADDRESSES:
Lund (1755)
Moorfield Farm, Lockington (1782)
Brandesburton (1822)
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