chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

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Post by Peter6 » Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:22 pm

WM. CHAPMAN
Woollen & Linen-Draper, Bridlington Quay,
Is in immediate want of an APPRENTICE.
Application by letter, post-paid.
Bridlington Quay, Jan 22, 1835

Source: The Hull Packet (Hull, England), Friday, January 23, 1835; Issue 2618

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Post by Peter6 » Wed Feb 17, 2010 6:09 pm

BRIDLINGTON
MAGISTRATES' ROOM - On Saturday last, before the Rev. Francis Simpson, Clerk, and Thomas Prickett, Esq.- John Amsley was charged by John Heslehurst, inspector of hawkers' licences, with hawking goods without a license at Filey; Mr. Preston, solicitor, appeared for the defendant, who is the foreman of Mr. Chapman, linen-draper, Bridlington Quay, and who occupies a shop at Filey. The information was laid for his exposing to sale on Friday, the 17th September last, a quantity of cotton handkerchiefs without having a hawker's license; it was elicited on cross examination of one of the informants witnesses, that the defendant had taken the shop for six months, whereupon Mr. Preston contended that that fact was itself a sufficient answer to the information; the magistrate concurred with this view and dismissed the case.

Source: The Hull Packet and East Riding Times (Hull, England), Friday, October 8, 1847; Issue 3272.

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Post by Peter6 » Fri Jul 09, 2010 7:35 pm

DRIFFIELD PETTY SESSIONS.- On Thursday Thomas Appleton, Middleton; William Copley, Driffield; Michael Chapman, Lund; and George Newlove, Kilnwick; were ordered to pay a fine of 1s. and costs for keeping dogs without licenses.

Source: DISTRICT NEWS .
The York Herald (York, England), Saturday, March 12, 1887; pg. 3; Issue 11164

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Post by Peter6 » Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:40 pm

DEATHS

CHAPMAN.- September 2, aged 64 years, William Michael Chapman, of Lund.

Source: Leeds Times, Saturday, 10 September, 1898

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Post by Peter6 » Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:52 pm

MARRIAGES

CHAPMAN-CHAPMAN.- On the 4th inst. at the parish church, Scarbro', by the Rev. Dr. Whiteside, vicar, Wm. Chapman, Esq., of Lund, to Mrs. Jane Chapman, of Scarbro'.

Source: Yorkshire Gazette, Saturday, 08 March, 1862

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Post by Peter6 » Mon Apr 29, 2013 2:10 pm

PRESENTATION OF PLATE. - Mr Edmund Riley, of Kiplin House, Dalton, has presented to Mr. William Chapman, of Lund Wold, a superb silver tea service, for the very efficient manner in which he fulfilled the office of trustee and guardian for himself and his thirteen brothers and sisters. As trustee he acted faithfully and honestly, the trust expanding over a period of nineteen years.

Source: Yorkshire Gazette, Saturday, 16 April, 1853

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Re: chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

Post by Peter6 » Wed Apr 01, 2015 2:54 pm

TO LET from 6th April next

Conyers House, Skerne
together with 5 acres OF thereabouts of
GOOD GRASS LAND

The house is pleasantly situated and has been
until recently in the occupation of the late
Mr William Chapman

For further particulars and rent apply
BLAKESTON & BROWN
Solicitors, Driffield

Source: Driffield Times - Saturday 09 March 1935

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Re: chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

Post by Peter6 » Wed Jun 28, 2017 9:32 am

Sacred to the memory/of/ROBERT PATTINSON CHAPHAM/son of WILLIAM and JANE CHAPHAM/of Beverley, died 14 October 1808/aged 10 weeks/When the arch angels trumpets sound/and souls to body join/What (c) rowds will wish their stay below/had been as short as mine.

PR 1808 Oct 16 Robert Pattinson s of William & Jane Chapman, Linen draper

Source: Monumental Inscriptions - Burton Pidsea - East Yorkshire Family History Society 1990

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Re: chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

Post by Peter6 » Wed Jun 28, 2017 10:08 am

CHAPMAN's BANKRUPTCY

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankruptcy, issued against WILLIAM CHAPMAN, of Beverley, in the county of York, Linen Draper, Dealer and Chapman, may receive a Dividend of Six Shillings in the Pound, payable at the Bank of Messrs MACHELL and Co. in Beverley.
SAMUEL HALL, Solicitor.
Beverley, Nov 15, 1810

Source: Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Saturday 17 November 1810

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Re: chapman/waites from lund & Fenby families

Post by tremal » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:17 pm

Do you have Sydney Waites, 21.1.1919 from Lund in your tree? Mother might have been a Wrigglesworth?

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