chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

For those who are tracing their Yorkshire ancestors with a surname beginning with the letters 'A' through 'I'
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Post by Peter6 » Mon Oct 27, 2008 3:24 pm

Hi Sidami

I don't think there is any connection between the Chapman and Teal family.

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Post by Peter6 » Fri Apr 17, 2009 9:56 am

Name of Owner: Chapman, William

Address of Owner: Bridlington Quay

Extent of Lands: 23a 2r 4p

Estimated Rental: £ 81 15s 0d

Source: Owners of Land in the East Riding of Yorkshire, 1871

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Post by Peter6 » Wed May 13, 2009 8:15 pm

Names of the Freeholders
Who voted for C. Turner Esq., 1741
Place of Abode: Lund
Freeholders Name: Chapman William
Place of Freehold:

N.B. Where the Place of the Freehold is not expressed, it is the same with the Place of Abode.

Source: The Yorkshire Poll Book, 1741

Poll
For the County of York, 1807
Holderness
Residence: Brandesburton
Name and Description: Chapman Wm. farmer,
Freehold: Lund

N.B. Where the Place of the Freehold is not expressed, it is the same with the Place of Residence.

Source: The Yorkshire Poll Book, 1807

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Post by Peter6 » Sun May 17, 2009 6:53 pm

'Miss Greenaway's lodging house on the Cliff, which had sea prospects from every window, was taken over by a linen draper, W. Chapman, in 1822. He advertised it as being suitable for two or three famlies. It contained four sitting rooms, two kitchens, servants' hall, 'ten best beds, and five servants' beds'.

Source: Port, Resort and Market Town - A History of Bridlington by David Neave

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Post by Peter6 » Mon May 25, 2009 8:00 pm

Harriet Annie Chapman *
Born: September 12th 1881

Florence Amelia Chapman
Born: July 11th 1884
Married: August 14th 1907 - J. Wood

Wilfrid Harold Chapman
Born: May 15th 1886

Mary Isabel Chapman
Born: August 31st 1888

William Albert Chapman
Born: April 6th 1891

Frances Ida Chapman
Born: September 27th 1893
Died: October 24th 1893

Nora Alice Chapman
Born: October 17th 1894

Edward Ernest Chapman
Born: August 10th 1897
Died: August 18th 1897

Henry Maurice Chapman
Born: November 29th 1898

Rita Mabel Chapman
Born: November 9th 1901

* Birth Certificate: Waites

Source: The Bible belonging to Lydia Pearcy Chapman (formerly Waites)

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Post by kglund » Sat May 30, 2009 12:23 am

I have the birh certificate of Florence Amelia - the date of birth agrees with the bible.
I also have the marriage certificate of Florence and John Wood - again the dates agree - John Wood's was an Engineer, his father was Thos. Wood deceased occ Blacksmith. Florence Amelia Chapman's occupation was domestic service, father Thomas Chapman occ Agent(I think). Place - All Saints Church, Lund, officiated by Arthur Du Pre, witnesses - Thos Chapman and Harriet Annie Chapman.

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Post by Peter6 » Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:39 pm

HEARTH TAX RETURNS 1673-4

LUND

Sir Thomas Remmington, knight: 15
Ann Watson: 3
John Botrill: 1
Henry Wilkinson: 1
John Dewell: 1
Sr. Thomas Remmington: 1
John Wittey: 2
Mrs. Mickellmoor: 6
John Constable: 2
Mr. Richard Constable: 4
Wm. Patison: 1
Christ. Fisher, senr.: 2
Wm. Nornabell: 2
Hugh Pearson: 1
John Burgis: 2
William Jackson: 2
George Wilkinson: 2
Phil. Fisher: 2
Thos. Leake: 2
Thos. Leake, junr. : 1
Mrs Rem[m]ington: 3
Emma Goodlad: 1
Robt. Leake: 1
Thomas Stamford: 1
Margaret Chapman: 2
Richard Jenkinson: 3
John Wittey: 2
Eliz. Leake: 1
Christo Fisher: 1
Rd. Hornby: 1
Wm. Gibson: 1
Roger Meeke, jnr. : 1
Phil. Leake: 1
Edward Anderson: 1
John Meeke: 1
Roger Meeke: 2
Martha Pickering: 2
Eliz. Hunter: 1
Fran. Wallis: 1
Thomas Johnson: 1
Christo. Fisher: 1
Rd. Holdsworth: 2

84 Hearths

These persons as followeth are discharged by legall certificate:

Thos. Robinson: 1
John Nornable: 1
Margaret Rattell: 1
Chri. Duggelleby: 1
Susan Wethrill: 1
Wm. Blackburn: 1
John Dawson: 1
Ed. Raper: 1
Jane Robinson: 1
Avery Meeke: 1

10 Hearths

Robert Leake, collector
John Witty, constable

(Total number of households 52 c 230 people)

Source: E.R.A.O. (P.R.O. E179/205/523)

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Post by Peter6 » Thu Feb 11, 2010 10:55 am

GAME LISTS - COUNTY OF YORK
(FIRST PUBLICATION)
BY BENJAMIN WARD, WAKEFIELD CROWN SURVEYOR.
PERSONS WHO HAVE OBTAINED GAME CERTIFICATES FOR THE YEAR 1858
LIST 1. - GENERAL CERTIFICATES AT £4. 0s. 10d EACH

Chapman William Michael, Lund

Source: The Hull Packet and East Riding Times (Hull, England), Friday, October 1, 1858; Issue 3847

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Post by Peter6 » Sun Feb 14, 2010 7:21 pm

TO BUTCHERS

TO BE LET, with immediated possession, a commodious BUTCHER'S SHOP, where a successful Business was carried on for upwards of 20 years; together with a HOUSE, GARDEN, BARN, STABLE, and other requisite Outbuildings, conveniently adapted to the purpose of the above Trade. Also, about Eight Acres of superior GRASSLAND, and the use of the Straw, the produce of 13 Acres of Tillage.

For Rent and other particulars, apply to MR WILLIAM CHAPMAN, Lund, near Beverley.

Source: The Hull Packet (Hull, England), Friday, December 10, 1841; Issue 2973

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Post by Peter6 » Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:43 pm

GAME LIST.- COUNTY OF YORK.- (FIRST PUBLICATION) PERSONS WHO HAVE OBTAINED GAME CERTIFICATES FOR THE YEAR 1841
LIST (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATES AT £4. 0s. 10d EACH

Chapman William, Lund

Source: The Hull Packet (Hull, England), Friday, September 17, 1841; Issue 2961.

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