Chapple ~ Twelfth Generation

    Issue of Thomas Chapple and Frances Ware  
1.   John CHAPPLE
Bap 12 Aug 1792 at St David, Exeter, Devon, son of Thos Chapple & Frances (ref FamilySearch C05091-1).

Marr 28 Feb 1814 at Kenton, Devon to Ann JEFFERY (ref FamilySearch M05125-1).

Ref 1841 census. Somersetshire, England. Civil parish of Bridgwater. Registration district of Bridgwater Union. Address: Russel Place, Bridgwater.
Together with sons Edred (11), Alfred (6):
John Chapple. Age 49. Mason. Not born in Somerset.
Ann Chapple. Age 49. Not born in Somerset.

Both John and Ann died in 1846 (ref APT). Other children are listed in APT.





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    Children:  
  1. George Thomas CHAPPLE bap 1814 at Saint Mary Arches, Exeter, Devon  
  2. John CHAPPLE bap 1816 at Kenton, Devon  
  3. James CHAPPLE born 1823 at Exeter, Devon  
  4. Thomas CHAPPLE born 1826 at Exminster, Devon  
  5. Edred CHAPPLE bap 1830 at Saint Thomas the Apostle, Exeter, Devon  
  6. Alfred CHAPPLE born 1835 in Somerset
 
2.   Thomas CHAPPLE
Bap 31 Jan 1794 at Kenton, Devon, son of Thos Chapple & Frances (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).

Married 1 Mar 1818 at Saint Paul, Exeter, Devon to Sarah CHAPPLE (ref FamilySearch M00466-1). Sarah was bap 9 Apr 1799 at High Bickington, Devon, as Sally Chappel, dau of John Chappel & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05108-1).

Ref 1841 census. Surrey, England. Civil parish of St Mary. Registration district of Lambeth. Address: Sutton Street, St Mary, Waterloo 2nd, Lambeth.
Together with children Emily (20), Sarah (14), Elizth (12), Susan (7), Thos (5), Alice (2):
Thos Chapple. Age 45. Stone Mason. Not born in Surrey.
Sarah Chapple. Age 40. Not born in Surrey.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Saint James Clerkenwell. Registration district of Clerkenwell. Address: 21 Weston Street, Saint James Clerkenwell, Finsbury.
Together with children Susan (17), Tom Napoleon (15), Alice (12), Sarah (25) and Sarah's husband and child:
Thomas Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 57. Stone Mason. Born Kenton Devonshire. [name obscure, indexed John in Ancestry and fmp].
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Age 52. Born High Bickington Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Parish of Clerkenwell. Registration district of Clerkenwell. Address: 16 Granville Square, Clerkenwell, London.
Together with children Susan J (27), Tom N (25), Alice (22) and a servant:
Thos Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 67. Mason. Born Kinton Devonshire.
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 62. Born Highbickington Devon.

Death reg of Thomas Chapple Sep qtr 1863 at Clerkenwell dist (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE Thomas. Effects under 1,000. Resworn at the Stamp Office June 1869 under 1,500. 13 October. The Will of Thomas Chapple late of 16 Granville-square Pentonville in the County of Middlesex Stonemason deceased who died 9 September 1863 at Granville-square aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oaths of Sarah Chapple of 16 Granville-square aforesaid Widow the Relict and John Chapple of 58 Charlwood-street Pimlico in the said County Mason the Nephew the Executors." [John Chapple the nephew not identified.]

Death reg of Sarah Chapple Jun qtr 1869 at Clerkenwell dist aged 70 (ref FreeBMD).






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    Children:  
  1. Charlotte CHAPPLE bap 1821 at Buckland Filleigh, Devon  
  2. Emily Frances CHAPPLE bap 1819 at Buckland Filleigh, Devon  
  3. Thomas CHAPPLE born 1823 in London  
  4. Sarah Ann CHAPPLE born 1826, bap at Great Queen Street Lincoln Inn Fields Wesleyan, Holborn, London  
  5. Elizabeth CHAPPLE bap 1829 at Old St Pancras, London  
  6. Mary CHAPPLE born 1831, bap at Great Queen Street Lincoln Inn Fields, Wesleyan, Holborn, London  
  7. Susan Jane CHAPPLE born 1833, bap at Great Queen Street Lincoln Inn Fields, Wesleyan, Holborn, London  
  8. Tom Napoleon CHAPPLE bap 1836 at St Pancras, London  
  9. Alice CHAPPLE born 1839 at Clerkenwell, London  
  10. Edred John CHAPPLE born 1842 at Lambeth, London
 
3.   Edred CHAPPLE
Bap 7 Jul 1795 at Kenton, Devon, son of Thos Chapple & Frances (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).

Marr 19 Apr 1818 at Saint David, Exeter to Eleanor CARTER (ref FamilySearch M05091-2). Eleanor was born 14 Jul 1794, bap 29 Sep 1794 at Brampford Speke, Devon, dau of Joseph Carter & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05039-1).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: North Street, St David, Exeter.
Together with dau Ellen (15), a female servant and a visitor:
Edred Chapple. Age 46. Bricklayer. Born in Devon.
Eleanor Chapple. Age 47. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 11 Chapples Buildings, North Bridge, St David, Exeter.
Together with dau Ellen E (24), servant Emily Chapple (22), Visitor Emma May (25) and son, visitor Edward Tawsey (62), William Eykelbosch (19) (Law Clerk who subsequently married dau Eleanor) and sister Frances Davey (53):
Edred Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 55. Mason & Bricklayer employing 10 men. Born Kenton Devonshire.
Eleanor Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 56. Born Brampford Speke Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 1 Chapple Row, St David, Exeter.
Edred Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 65 [indexed in fmp as 55]. Builder Employing 4 men. Born Kenton.
Eleanor Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 66. Born Brampford Speke.
Together with a visitor and a servant.

Death reg of Eleanor Chapple Mar qtr 1863 at Exeter (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Chapple's Place, St David, Exeter.
Edred Chapple. Head. Widr. Age 75. Builder. Born Kenton Devon.

Death of Edred Chappel (sic) Dec qtr 1872 at Exeter aged 78 (ref FreeBMD).






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    Children:  
  1. Eleanor CHAPPLE bap 1819 at Saint Thomas the Apostle, Exeter, Devon  
  2. Eleanor Elizabeth CHAPPLE bap 1827 at Saint David, Exeter, Devon
 
4.   Dorothea CHAPPLE
Bap 9 Apr 1797 at Kenton, Devon, dau of Thos Chapple & Frances (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).
 
5.   Frances CHAPPLE
Bap 14 Jun 1798 at Kenton, Devon, dau of Thos Chapple & Frances (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).

Marr 4 Jul 1821 at Saint David, Exeter to William DAVEY (ref FamilySearch M05091-2). He was born c1795 at Exeter (ref census).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Chapel's Buildings, St David, Exeter.
Together with children Elizabeth (11), William Thos (7), Mary Jane (2):
William Davey. Age 45. Jeweller. Born in Devon.
Frances Davey. Age 40. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: St Davids Hill, St David, Exeter.
Together with children Elizabeth L (20), William T (17), Mary J (12):
William Davey. Head. Mar. Age 56. Jeweller (Journeyman). Born Exeter.
Frances Davey. Wife. Mar. Age 53. Maid Bonnet Maker. Born Kenton Devonshire.
AND
Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 11 Chapples Buildings, North Bridge, St David, Exeter.
Together with brother Edred and family:
Frances Davey. Nurse. Mar. Age 53. Born Kenton Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: North Bridge, St David, Exeter.
William Davey. Head. [W inserted in different handwriting]. Age 66. Jeweller. Born Exeter.
Mary J Davey. Dau. Age 22. Milliner. Born Exeter.
AND
Ref 1861 census. Hampshire, England. Parish of Brown Candover. Registration district of Alresford. Address: 54, Street, Brown Candover.
Together with dau Elizabeth (28), her husband and son Samuel H (1m):
Frances Davey. Mother In Law. Mar. Age 63. Born Exeter, Devon.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of St David. Registration district of Exeter. Address: North Bridge, St David, Exeter.
William Davey. Head. Mar. Age 76. Jeweller. Born Exeter Devon.
Frances Davey. Wife. Mar. Age 72. Straw Bonnet Maker. Born Kenton Devon.

Ref 1881 census. Somersetshire, England. Civil Parish of Bath Walcot. Registration district of Bath. Address: 11 Brookleaze Bldgs, Bath Walcot.
William Davy. Head. Mar. Age 87. No Occupation. Born Exeter.
Frances Davy. Wife. Mar. Age 81. Born Devon.

Death reg of William Davey Dec qtr 1883 at Bath aged 89 (ref FreeBMD).
Death reg of Frances Davey Dec qtr 1889 at Kingsbridge dist, Devon (ref FreeBMD).





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    Children:  
  1. Frederick DAVEY bap 1827 at Saint David, Exeter, Devon  
  2. Elizabeth Leonora DAVEY bap 1830 at Saint David, Exeter, Devon  
  3. William Thomas DAVEY bap 1834 at Saint David, Exeter, Devon  
  4. Mary Jane DAVEY born 1839 at Exeter, Devon
 
6.   Clement CHAPPLE
Bap 10 Feb 1800 at Kenton, Devon, son of Thomas Chapple & Frances (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).

Marr 28 Jun 1830 at Saint David, Exeter to Betty WARE (ref FamilySearch M05091-2). She was born 6 Jun 1808, bap 8 Feb 1810 at Exminster, Devon, dau of Brian Ware & Mary (ref FamilySearch C05054-1). See 1841 and 1851 census of son Henry who was living with Mary Ware and other relatives.

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Exminster. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Village, Exminster.
Together with children Enoch (7), Herbert (5), Frederick (4), Bessy (1):
Bessy Chapple. Age 30. Born in Devon.
Clement Chapple not found.

Death reg of Betty Chapple Jun qtr 1849 at St Thomas dist, Devon (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Exminster. Registration district of Saint Thomas. Address: House In the Village, Exminster.
Together with sons Herbert (16), Fred (15):
Clemt Chapple. Head. Widower. Age 50. Builder. Born Kenton Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St Thomas. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Alphington Street, St Thomas.
In the home of Elizabeth Hitchcock (50):
Clement Chapple. Lodger. Widower. Age 56. Builder. Born Kenton Devon.

Probable death registration Clement Chapple Sep qtr 1865 at Newton A dist, Devon (ref FreeBMD).






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    Children:  
  1. Henry Bryan Ware CHAPPLE bap 1830 at Exminster, Devon  
  2. Trehawke CHAPPLE bap 1832 at Exminster, Devon  
  3. Enoch CHAPPLE bap 1834 at Exminster, Devon  
  4. Herbert CHAPPLE bap 1835 at Exminster, Devon  
  5. Frederick CHAPPLE bap 1836 at Exminster, Devon  
  6. Bessy Clementina CHAPPLE born 1840 at St Thomas dist, Devon  
  7. Arthur Enoch CHAPPLE born 1843 at St Thomas dist, Devon  
  8. Mary Frances Ware CHAPPLE born 1846 at Exminster, Devon
 
7.   Samuel CHAPPLE
Bap 4 Nov 1801 at Kenton, Devon, son of Thomas Chapel & Fanny (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).
 
8.   Richard CHAPPLE
Bap 28 Jul 1805 at Kenton, Devon, son of Thomas Chapple & Fanny (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).
 
9.   Leonora CHAPPLE
Bap 31 Aug 1806 at Kenton, Devon, dau of Thos Chapple & Frances (ref FamilySearch C05125-1).

Marr 22 Oct 1827 at Buckland Filleigh, Devon to Isaac BALKWILL (ref FamilySearch M05005-1).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Woodbury. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Church Stile, Woodbury.
Isaac Balkwell. Age 50. Born in Devon.
Leonora Balkwell. Age 35. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Ottery St Mary. Registration district of Honiton. Address: Heaths Court, Ottery St Mary.
Isaac Balkwell. Head. Mar. Age 60. Gardener. Born Buckland Filleigh, Devonshire.
Leonora Balkwell. Wife. Mar. Age 45. Born Kenton, Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Woodbury. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Lympstone Road, Woodbury.
Isaac Balkwill. Head. Mar. Age 72. Gardener Master. Born Buckland Filleigh, Devon.
Leonora Balkwill. Wife. Mar. Age 54. Born Kenton, Devon.

Death reg of Isaac Balkmill (stet) Mar qtr 1865 at St Thomas dist (ref FreebMD).

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Woodbury. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Woodbury.
Leonora Balkwill. Head. Widow. Age 63. Schoolmistress. Born Kenton, Devon.
Sophia Davey. Visitor. Unm. Age 36. Lacemaker. Born Woodbury, Devon. [Unknown]

Death reg of Leonora Balkwill Jun qtr 1874 at St Thomas dist aged 68 (ref FreeBMD).





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    Issue of Nancy Chapple and Joseph Bass  
1.   Dorothy Chappel BASS
Bap 17 Jan 1800 at All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, Devon, dau of Joseph Bass & Nancy (ref FamilySearch C05184-1).
 
2.   Sarah Sobey BASS
Bap 28 Apr 1802 at All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, Devon, dau of Joseph Bass & Nancy (ref FamilySearch C05184-1).
 
3.   John Chappel BASS
Bap 4 May 1802 at All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, Devon, son of Joseph Bass & Nancy (ref FamilySearch C05184-1).
 
4.   Joseph BASS
Bap 7 Oct 1803 at All Hallows on the Walls, Exeter, Devon, son of Joseph Bass & Nancy (ref FamilySearch C05184-1).
 
    Issue of Elizabeth Chapple and Joseph Long  
1.   Joseph LONG
Bap 14 Sep 1825 at Saint David, Exeter, Devon, son of Joseph Long & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05091-1).
 
    Issue of Wiliam Chapple and Elizabeth Roberts  
1.   John CHAPPLE
Bap 16 Mar 1806 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, son of William Chappel & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05049-1).

Marriage 12 Jul 1829 at St Martin, Exeter of John Chapple of St Stephens to Anne OKE of St Pancras (ref Pallot Marriage Record & FamilySearch M05098-1). She was born c1807 in Devon (ref census).

In 1830 at the baptism of Charles, John was a jeweller, and they were living at Paragon Place, South Street, Exeter.
By 1838 at the baptism of Mary Elizabeth, John had become a fruiterer and they were living at Martin's Lane at least up to the baptism of Margaret in 1844, and possibly until they left England in 1848. .

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of St Martin. Registration district of Exeter. Address: St Martin Street, St Martin, Exeter.
Together with children Charles (11), John (9), Alfred (7), Mary (5), Albert (2), Ann (3 mths):
John Chapple. Age 34. Fruiterer. (?) Born in Devon.
Ann Chapple. Age 33. Born in Devon.

South Australian Passenger Lists:
CHAPPLE John, wife (Anne nee OKE), 8 children departed London 29 Dec 1848 and arrived in SA 16 Apr 1849 on the vessel Spartan from London v Plymouth (ref Ancestry; these being nos 2 to 9, with Margaret and James given the surname CHASPLE; also ref Edward Chapple's book via B. Chapple).

They spent the next 9 years in Adelaide, and then journeyed for six weeks by bullock dray to the gold fields (ref Ralph Chapple).

Death reg of John Chapple, 1876, in Victoria, age 76, son of William, & Elizabeth Roberts (Vic reg 8044). [Inaccurate age, closer to 70]
Death reg of Annie Chapple, 1887, in Victoria, age 80 (Vic reg 12640).

The memorial at Bealiba, Victoria, reads as follows (ref Ancestry).
In Memory of
John & Anne Chapple
From 14 Martins Lane Exeter England
Parents of
Charles Roberts - John Morphett - Alfred - Mary Elizabeth - Albert Henry - Anne - Charlotte - Margaret - James P Sydney - and Selina Jane
Sailed from Plymouth on the Spartan Christmas 1848,
Arriving Adelaide April 1849.
By Bullock Dray to Avoca 1857. Settled Bealiba 1864.
We your descendants give our true thanks.











    Children:  
  1. Charles Roberts CHAPPLE bap 1830 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon  
  2. John Morphett CHAPPLE bap 1832 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon  
  3. Alfred Oke CHAPPLE bap 1834 at St Sidwell, Exeter, Devon  
  4. Mary Elizabeth CHAPPLE bap 1838 at St Martin, Exeter, Devon  
  5. Albert Henry CHAPPLE bap 1839 at St Martin, Exeter, Devon  
  6. Anne CHAPPLE bap 1841 at St Martin, Exeter, Devon  
  7. Charlotte CHAPPLE bap 1841 at St Martin, Exeter, Devon  
  8. Margaret CHAPPLE bap 1844 at St Martin, Exeter, Devon  
  9. James Frederick Sidney CHAPPLE born 1846 at Exeter, Devon  
  10. Selina Emily CHAPPLE born 1850 at Para Plains, South Australia  
  11. Selina Jane CHAPPLE born 1854 at Adelaide, South Australia
 
2.   William CHAPPLE
Bap 7 Feb 1808 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, son of William Chappel & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05049-1).
Probable information follows based on William's age and place.

Marriage between 1830 and 1834 of William Chapple to Susanna WILLIAMS (no record found in FamilySearch or Ancestry). She was born c1813 at Totnes, Devon (ref census).

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Ilminster. Registration district of Chard. Address: West Street, Ilminster.
Together with children Ellen (5), Albert (3), William (2), Charles (2 mths):
William Chapple. Age 30. Not born in Somerset.
Susan Chapple. Age 25. Not born in Somerset.

William died between 1841 and 1851; there are several possibilities.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of The Holy Trinity. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Quay Lane, The Holy Trinity, Exeter.
Together with children Ellen (15), Albert (13), William (12), Charles (10), Emma (8):
Susan Chapple. Head. W. Age 37. Needle Woman. Born Berry Pomeroy Devonshire.
Sarah Chapple. Visitor. Unm. Age 37. Needlewoman. Born Exeter Devonshire. [Unknown relationship]

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Holy Trinity. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Pavilion Place, Holy Trinity, Exeter.
Together with children Charles (19), Ellen (25), Emma (18):
Susan Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 49. Shirt & Collar Maker. Born Bridgtown Totnes Devon.

In the marriage of son William in 1863, William was described as Builder (deceased).

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of St Mary Major. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 16 South Street, St Mary Major, Exeter.
Together with dau Emma (28) and grandson Ernest W (2):
Susanna Chapple. Head. Wid. Age 58. Distric Visitor to the Poor. Born Devon Bridge Town.

Ref 1881 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Exeter St Sidwell. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 90 St Sidwell St, Exeter St Sidwell.
Together with dau Ellen (45):
Susan Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 68. Born Totnes Devon.

Ref 1891 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Otterton. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Pakers Farm, North Star, Otterton, Pinn.
Together with dau Emma (48) and her family:
Susan Chapple. Mother. Widow. Age 79. Living On Her Own Means. Born Bridgetown Devonshire.

Death reg of Susan Chapple Jun qtr 1896 at St Thomas dist aged 84 (ref FreeBMD).







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    Children:  
  1. William Williams CHAPPLE bap 1834 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon  
  2. Ellen CHAPPLE bap 1836 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon  
  3. Albert CHAPPLE born 1837 at Exeter, Devon  
  4. William Elliott CHAPPLE bap 1839 at Exeter, Devon  
  5. Charles Henry CHAPPLE born 1841 at Ilminster, Somerset  
  6. Emma CHAPPLE born 1842 at Ilminster, Somerset
 
3.   Francis CHAPPLE
Bap 5 Feb 1810 at Saint Mary Arches, Exeter, Devon, son of William Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05099-1).
 
4.   Mary Elizabeth CHAPPLE
Bap 1 Mar 1812 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, dau of William Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05049-1).
Died 5 Apr 1816 at Exeter (ref APT).
 
5.   Celina CHAPPLE
Also known as Selina.
Bap 23 Jan 1815 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, dau of William Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05049-1).

Marr reg Jun qtr 1838 at Exeter of Eliza (possibly) Chapple to Clement HALL (ref FreeBMD). According to Ancestry Public Trees, this is Clement Sweetman Hall, born 23 Nov 1809, bap 28 Dec 1823 at St George, Exeter, Devon, son of Elizabeth Hall (ref FamilySearch). In some Ancestry Public Trees he was also known as Morphett Walter Hall.

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Holy Trinity. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Paragon Place, Holy Trinity, Exeter.
Together with children Elizabeth (2), male child (10 days), a nurse and female servant:
Clement Hall. Age 30. Jeweller. Born Devon.
Selina Hall. Age 25. Born Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Holy Trinity. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 14 Paragon Place, South Street, Holy Trinity, Exeter.
Together with children Selina E (12), Emily A (6), Louisa (4), Frank H (2), a lodger, servant and visitor:
Clement Hall. Head. Mar. Age 37. Journeyman Jeweller. Born Devon Exeter.
Selina Hall. Wife. Mar. Age 33. Born Devon Exeter.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Holy Trinity. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Paragon Place, Holy Trinity, Exeter.
Together with children Elizabeth S (22), Emily M (17), Frank H (10), Margaret E (8), Charles J (6), Frederick W (1):
Clement Hall. Head. Mar. Age 50. Working jeweller employing 1 apprentice. Born Exeter.
Selina Hall. Wife. Mar. Age 45. Born Exeter.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of St Mary Major. Registration district of Exeter. Address: South Street, St Mary Major, Exeter.
Together with children Elizabeth (29), Emily (24), Charles (16), Frederick W (12):
Clement Hall. Head. Mar. Age 59. Jeweller. Born Devon Exeter.
Selina Hall. Wife. Mar. Age 50. Born Devon Exeter.

Death reg of Clement Hall Jun qtr 1873 at Exeter dist aged 65 (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1881 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Exeter St Sidwell. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 23 Sidwell St, Exeter St Sidwell.
In the home of Samuel H Culley (58), Coal Merchant:
Selina Hall. Visitor. Widow. Age 65. Formerly Dressmaker. Born Devon Exeter.

Death reg of Selina Hall Dec qtr 1881 at Exeter dist aged 65 (ref FreeBMD).








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    Children:  
  1. Elizabeth Selina HALL born 1839 at Exeter, Devon  
  2. Clement Henry HALL born 1841 at Exeter, Devon  
  3. Emily Mary HALL born 1844 at Exeter, Devon  
  4. Louisa HALL born 1846 at Exeter, Devon  
  5. Frank Henry HALL born 1849 at Exeter, Devon  
  6. Emma Margaret HALL born 1852 at Exeter, Devon  
  7. Charles John HALL born 1854 at Exeter, Devon  
  8. Frederick William HALL born 1859 at Exeter, Devon
 
6.   Henry CHAPPLE
Bap 22 Sep 1817 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, son of William Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05049-1).
 
7.   Clement Fredrick CHAPPLE
Born 28 Dec 1819, bap 8 Jan 1821 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, son of William Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05049-1).
 
8.   James CHAPPLE
Bap 19 Jul 1824 at Saint Olave, Exeter, Devon, son of William Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05049-1).

Died 1862 at Eden, Iowa, Wisconsin, USA (ref Ancestry Public Trees). I have not found linking documentation to confirm this; in the 1850 census of Eden, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, James Chapple age 27 was farmer, born England, married to Elizabeth Chapple age 21, born England, together with son George T Chapple age 1/4, born Wisconsin; in the 1860 census, James and Elizabeth had children George T Chapple (10), Edward Chapple (7), Florance Chapple (5), James Chapple (2), all born Wisconsin.
 
    Issue of Clement Chapple and Elizabeth Stephens  
1.   John Stephens CHAPPLE
Bap 28 Jan 1807 at Saint Edmunds, Exeter, Devon, son of Clement Chapple & Eliz (ref FamilySearch C05092-1).

Marriage 6 Apr 1834 at Alphington, Devon of John Stephens Chapple, Sojourner, to Fanny ROWE, Sojourner (ref FamilySearch M05017-1 and Alphington records on tape 916799 at LDS). She was bap 3 Jul 1809 at Mamhead, Devon, dau of Willm Rowe & Mary (ref FamilySearch C05135-1).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of St Sidwell. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Sidwell St, St Sidwell, Exeter.
Together with children Mary (5), Elizabeth (3), John (1):
John Chapple. Age 30. Born in Devon.
Fanny Chapple. Age 30. Born in Devon.
Charlotte Chapple. Age 15. Born in Devon. [not identified]

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St Sidwell. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 11 Eaton Place, Saint Sidwell, Exeter.
Together with children John (11), Fanny (9), Augusta (7), William (4), Catherine (2), Joseph (8 mths):
John Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 44. Carpenter. Born Exeter.
Fanny Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 41. Lodging House Keeper. Born Mamhead.

Not found in 1861 census.
Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St George Hanover Square. Address: 3 Churton Place, St George Hanover Square, London, Westminster.
John Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 64. Carpenter. Born Devon Exeter.
Fanny Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 62. Carpenters Wife. Born Devon Mamhead.

Death reg of Fanny Chapple Dec qtr 1873 at St Geo H Sq dist aged 64 (ref FreeBMD).
Death reg of John Stephen Chapple Sep qtr 1878 at St Geo H Sq dist aged 72 (ref FreeBMD).






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    Children:  
  1. Mary CHAPPLE bap 1835 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon  
  2. Clement CHAPPLE bap 1836 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon  
  3. Elizabeth CHAPPLE bap 1837 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon  
  4. John CHAPPLE born 1840 at Exeter, Devon  
  5. Fanny Rowe CHAPPLE born 1842 at Exeter, Devon  
  6. Augusta CHAPPLE born 1843 at Exeter, Devon  
  7. William CHAPPLE born 1846 at Exeter, Devon  
  8. Catherine CHAPPLE born 1848 at Exeter, Devon  
  9. Joseph Vinnicombe CHAPPLE born 1850 at Exeter, Devon
 
2.   Mary Ann CHAPPLE
Bap 2 Apr 1809 as Marianne, at Bow Now Mint Meeting or Georges Meeting House, Presbyterian, Exeter, Devon, dau of Clement Chapple & Eliz (ref FamilySearch C06362-1).
Mary Ann buried 23 Apr 1810 at Alphington Parish aged 1 year, d. of Clement & Eliz. Chapple (ref 916799, Alphington records at LDS).
 
3.   Clement CHAPPLE
Bap 15 Sep 1811 at Saint Paul, Exeter, Devon, son of Clement Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch P00466-1).
 
4.   Charles CHAPPLE
Born 16 Oct 1813, bap 7 Nov 1813 at Mint Lane, Wesleyan Methodist, Exeter, Devon, son of Clement Chapel & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C06365-1).
 
5.   James CHAPPLE
Bap 11 Dec 1816 at Saint David, Exeter, Devon, son of Clement Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05091-1).

Marr 2 May 1836 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, Devon of James Chappin (sic) to Mary BEVEN (ref FamilySearch). She was born c1817 at Lifton, Devonshire (ref census).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of St Sidwell. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Bride Place, St Sidwell, Exeter.
Together with his parents and brother, and his children Stephen (4), Tamar (1):
James Chapple. Age 24. Plumber. Born in Devon.
Mary Chapple. Age 25. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Marylebone. Registration district of Marylebone. Address: 19a, Carlisle Place, Marylebone.
Together with children Stephen (13), Tamar (11), Mary (8), Rosina (5), Clement (3), James (1 mth):
James Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 34. Plumber. Born Exeter Devonshire.
Mary Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 34. Born Lifton Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Parish of Paddington. Registration district of Kensington. Address: 5 Waverley Road, Paddington.
Together with children Mary (18), Rosina (14), Clement (14), James (11), John (8), George (3):
James Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 44. Journeyman Plumber. Born Exeter Devon.
Mary Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 45. Born Exeter Devon.

Death reg of James Chapple Mar qtr 1870 at Kensington dist aged 53 (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Leonard Shoreditch. Registration district of Shoreditch. Address: 175 Kingsland Rd, St Leonard Shoreditch.
Together with dau Mary (28) and her family, and son John (18) and a servant:
Mary Chappell. Mother. Widow. Age 55. Born Devon.

Mary not found in 1881 census but there is a possible death reg Mar qtr 1888 at Paddington dist aged 72 (ref FreeBMD).





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    Children:  
  1. Stephen CHAPPLE born 1837 at Exeter, Devon  
  2. Tamar CHAPPLE born c1840 at Exeter, Devon  
  3. Mary CHAPPLE born 1843 at Exeter, Devon  
  4. Rosina CHAPPLE born 1845 at Paddington, Middlesex  
  5. Clement CHAPPLE born 1847 at Paddington, Middlesex  
  6. James CHAPPLE born 1849 at Paddington, Middlesex  
  7. John CHAPPLE born 1852 at Paddington, Middlesex  
  8. George CHAPPLE born c1858 at Paddington, Middlesex
 
6.   George CHAPPLE
Bap 28 Aug 1819 at Saint David, Exeter, Devon, son of Clement Chapple & Elizth (ref FamilySearch C05091-1).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of St Sidwell. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Bride Place, St Sidwell, Exeter.
Together with his parents and his brother James and family:
George Chapple. Age 20. Carpenter. Born in Devon.

Marr 9 Mar 1846 at St Mary, Paddington Green, Westminster to Elizabeth STARLING; the groom was of full age, bachelor, a Plumber, of White Lion Place, son of Clement Chapple, Carpenter; the bride was of full age, spinster, of Harrow Road, dau of Aaron Starling, Painter (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Paddington. Registration dist of Kensington. Address: 35 Westbourne Park Villa, Paddington, Marylebone.
George Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 34. Plumber. Born Exeter Devonshire.
Bess Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 24. Born Paddington Middlesex.

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    Issue of James Chapple and Elizabeth Giles  
1.   James CHAPPLE
Bap 4 Aug 1805 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, son of James Chapple & Elizth (ref FamilySearch C05051-2).

Married 10 Apr 1831 at St Thomas the Apostle, Exeter, Devon to Frances Constance GILES; both were single (ref FamilySearch M01494-7).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of St Kerrian. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Garden Square, St Kerrian, Exeter.
Together with sons James (9), Sidney (4 yr 6 mth):
James Chapple. Age 35. Printer. Born in Devon.
Frances Chapple. Age 40. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St Kerian. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 5 Garden Square, St Kerian, Exeter.
Together with sons James H (19), Sidney (14) and a visitor:
James Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 45. Printer, Compositor. Born Exeter St David, Devonshire.
Francis Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 52. Printers Wife. Born Exeter St Thomas, Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. Somersetshire, England. Parish of Bridgwater. Registration district of Bridgwater. Address: Great Chandos Street, Bridgwater.
Together with son Sydney (24):
James Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 55. Printer & Compositor. Born Exeter Devon.
Frances Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 62. Born Exeter Devon.

Possible death of James March qtr 1862 at Bridgwater dist (ref FreeBMD).
No further information about Frances.





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    Children:  
  1. James Henry CHAPPLE bap 1832 at Saint Mary Major, Exeter, Devon  
  2. Sidney Smith CHAPPLE (1) bap 1834 at Saint Mary Major, Exeter, Devon  
  3. Sidney Smith CHAPPLE (2) bap 1837 at Saint Kerrian, Exeter, Devon
 
2.   Elizabeth CHAPPLE
Bap 30 Aug 1807 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, dau of James Chappel & Elizth (ref FamilySearch C05051-2).
Died 1831 (ref APT).
 
3.   John CHAPPLE
Bap 18 Nov 1812 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, son of James Chapple & Elizth (ref FamilySearch C05051-2).

Marriage 2 Dec 1833 at Poltimore, Devon to Ann WOOLCOTT (ref FamilySearch M05153-1). She was bap 18 Nov 1810 at All Hallows Goldsmith Street, Exeter, Devon, dau of Frederick Woolcott & Charlotte (ref FamilySearch P00464-1).

Probable entry for Ann in the 1841 census. Cornwall, England. Civil parish of Bodmin. Registration district of Bodmin. Address: Fore Street, Bodmin.
Together with her father in law James Chapple (69) and a servant:
Ann Chapple. Age 30. Born in Cornwall. [In this case, this would be in error.]

John not found in 1841 census.
Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St Mary Major. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Rack Street, St Mary Major, Exeter.
Together with sons Fredric (5), Robert (2):
John Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 38. Pipe Maker. Born at Exeter.
Ann Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 40. Born at Exeter.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Wolborough. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: East Street, Wolborough, Newton Abbot.
Together with children Louisa M (24), Fredric (15), Robert (13), Fanny (9) and a lodger:
John Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 49. Pipe Maker. Born at Exeter.
Ann Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 51. Born at Exeter.

John died between 1861 and 1871.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Wolborough. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: East Street Chapple's Court, Wolborough, Newton Abbot.
Together with son Robert (21) and a lodger:
Ann Chapple. Head. W. Age 62. Washerwoman. Born Devon Exeter.

Ref 1881 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Wolborough with Newton Abbot. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: 27 East Street, Wolborough with Newton Abbot.
Together with her daughter Fanny (29) and family:
Ann Chappel. Lodger. Widow. Age 70. Born at Exeter Devon. [mother in law]

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    Children:  
  1. Ann Woolcott CHAPPLE bap 1835 at Saint Edmunds, Exeter, Devon  
  2. Louisa Maria CHAPPLE bap 1836 at Saint Mary Major, Exeter, Devon  
  3. Frederick CHAPPLE born 1846 at Exeter, Devon  
  4. Robert CHAPPLE born c1849 in Jersey  
  5. Fanny CHAPPLE born 1851 at Newton Abbot, Devon
 
4.   William Southard CHAPPLE
Bap 14 Jun 1819 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, son of James Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05051-2).

Not found in 1841 or 1851 census.
Married 1855 at St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands to Maria HANNAFORD (ref APT). She was born c1821 in Devon, England (ref census).

Ref 1861 census. Guernsey, Channel Islands. Parish of St Peter Port. Registration district of Guernsey. Address: 13 Distillery Road, St Peter Port.
Together with sons William (4), Sydney (2), Edwin (1), Robert (1m):
William Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 40. Tobacco Pipe Maker. Born in England.
Maria Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 38. Born in England.

Ref 1871 census. Guernsey, Channel Islands. Civil Parish of St Peter Port. Registration district of Guernsey. Address: Grand Bouet Road, St Peter Port.
Together with children William (14), Sidney (13), Edwin (12), Robert (10), Ada (8), Charles (6):
William Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 52. Master Pipe Maker. Born in England.
Maria Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 50. Born in England.

Ref 1881 census. Guernsey, Channel Islands. Civil Parish of St Peter Port. Registration district of Guernsey. Address: 47 Grand Bouet, St Peter Port.
Together with children William (23), Sidney (22), Charles (15), Ada (17):
William Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 62. Master Pipe Maker. Born in England.
Maria Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 60. Born in England.

William died 12 Apr 1887 (ref APT).

Ref 1891 census. Guernsey, Channel Islands. Civil Parish of St Peter Port. Registration district of Guernsey and adjacent islands. Address: 1 Mount Arrive, St Peter Port.
Maria Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 69. Born in England, Devon.
Ada M Chapple. Dau. S. Age 27. Plain Worker. Born at St Peter Port, Guernsey.

Maria died in 1894 (ref APT).



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    Children:  
  1. Ada Maria CHAPPLE born 1855 at Guernsey, Channel Islands  
  2. William Hannaford CHAPPLE born c1857 at St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands  
  3. Sydney James CHAPPLE born c1859 at St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands  
  4. Edwin Southard CHAPPLE born 1859 at St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands  
  5. Robert Henry CHAPPLE born 1861 at St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands  
  6. Ada Maria CHAPPLE born 1863 at St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands  
  7. Charles Adolphus CHAPPLE born 1865 at St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands
 
5.   Robert CHAPPLE
Bap 7 Sep 1821 at Saint Sidwell, Exeter, Devon, son of James Chapple & Elizabeth (ref FamilySearch C05051-2).

Not found in 1841 census.
Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Wolborough. Registration district of Newton Abbot. . Address: Bridewell Court, East Street, Wolborough, Newton Abbot.
Robert Chapple. Head. Unm. Age 29. Pipe Maker (Tobacco). Born Exeter Devon.

Marr reg Dec qtr 1855 at Newton Abbot dist of Robert Chapple to Sarah TAPPER (ref FreeBMD). She was born c1836 at Kingsteignton, Devon (ref census).

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Wolborough. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: East Street, Wolborough, Newton Abbot.
Together with children S E T (4), R H J (3), N R M (1):
Robert Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 38. Tobacco Pipe Maker. Born at Exeter.
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 25. Born at Kingsteignton.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Wolborough. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: East Street, Wolborough, Newton Abbot.
Together with children Sarah E T (14), Robert H J (12), Rachel N M (10), Frederick E V (7), James S H (4), Edith F A (2):
Robert Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 48. Clay tobacco pipe maker / master employing 1 man, 2 females, 1 boy. Born Devon Exeter.
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 34. Born Devon Kingsteignton.

Ref 1881 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Highweek. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: Moor Park, Highweek.
Together with children Sarah E T (24), Frederick E V (17), Sydney Hearn (14), Florence E A (11), James P E (9), Mary A H (7),Mable B (4), Gertrude C (1):
Robert Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 58. Tobacco pipe maker employing 1 man. Born Exeter Devon.
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 45. Born Kingsteignton Devon.

Death reg of Robert Chapple Jun qtr 1885 at Newton Abbot dist aged 64 (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE Robert. Personal Estate 1,304. 10 July 1885. The Will of Robert Chapple late of Highweek in the County of Devon Tobacco Pipe Manufacturer who died 29 April 1885 at Highweek was proved at Exeter by Frederick Jones Tapper of Horsham in the County of Sussex Farmer and William Henry Adams of Crediton in the County of Devon Tanner the Executors." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1891 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Highweek. Registration district of Exeter. Address: Moor Park Villa, Highweek Village, Highweek.
Together with daus Florrie (21), Pollie (15), Mabel (14), Gertie (11):
Sarah Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 53. Living on own means. Born Newton Abbot Devonshire.

Ref 1901 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Highweek. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: Moor Park, Highweek, Newton Abbot.
Together with daus Mary (24), Gertie (20):
Sarah Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 63. Living on own means. Born Devon.

Death reg of Sarah Chapple Jun qtr 1903 at Newton Abbot dist aged 65 (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE Sarah of Moorpark Highweek Devonshire widow died 15 June 1903 Probate Exeter 19 August to Mary Ann Hearn Chapple and Mabel Beatrice Chapple spinsters Effects 121 9s. 7d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)




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    Children:  
  1. Sarah Elizabeth Tapper CHAPPLE born 1856 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  2. Robert Henry James CHAPPLE born 1858 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  3. Norah Rachel Mary CHAPPLE born 1860 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  4. Frederick Edward Victor CHAPPLE born 1864 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  5. James Sidney Hearn CHAPPLE born 1866 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  6. Edith Florence Annie CHAPPLE born 1869 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  7. James Prince Alexander CHAPPLE born 1872 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  8. Mary Ann Hearn CHAPPLE born 1874 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  9. Mabel Beatrice CHAPPLE born 1876 at Newton Abbot, Devon  
  10. Gertrude Cirato CHAPPLE born 1879 at Newton Abbot, Devon
 
    Issue of John Chapple and Nancy Bake  
1.   Ann Marwood CHAPPLE
Born 1 Feb 1827, bap 21 Mar 1827 at Bodmin, dau of John & Nancy, residence Laniddon (?); Farmer (ref Cornwall OPC & FamilySearch).

Ref 1841 census. Cornwall, England. Civil parish of Bodmin. Registration district of Bodmin. Address: Fore Street, Bodmin.
Together with her mother and step-father:
Ann Chapple. Age 14. Born in Cornwall.

Ref 1851 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Bodmin. Registration dist of Bodmin. Address: Fore Street, Bodmin.
Together with her mother and step-father:
Ann M Chapple. Step Daughter. Unm. Age 24. Born Bodmin, Cornwall.

Died 29 Sep 1858; buried 4 Oct 1858 at Bodmin parish, Ann Marwood Chapple, residence Fore Street, aged 31 (ref Cornwall OPC).
Inscription at St Petrock's Churchyard, Bodmin, Ann Marwood Chapple, died 29 Sep 1858, aged 31, dau of John (ref Cornwall OPC).



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    Issue of Charles Chapple and Maria  
1.   Laura Ann Moore CHAPPLE
Bap 2 Jan 1811 at St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon, dau of Charles & Maria (ref fmp). Note that she always appears a bit younger.

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of East Stonehouse. Registration district of East Stonehouse. Address: Edgcumbe Street, East Stonehouse, Devonport
Together with her father and sister:
Laura Chapple. Age 25. Born Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of East Stonehouse. Registration district of East Stonehouse. . Address: 24 Edgcumbe Street, East Stonehouse.
Together with her father and sister:
Laura Chapple. Dau. Unm. Age 36. Born East Stonehouse Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of St Mary Magdalen. Registration district of Launceston. Address: Old Hill, St Mary Magdalen, Launceston.
In the home of Samuel C Clarke (40), Perpetual Curate of St Thomas, and family:
Laura A M Chapple. Unm. Age 44. Governess. Born Stonehouse, Devon. [indexed as Apple in fmp]

Ref 1871 census. Somersetshire, England. Civil Parish of Weston Super Mare. Registration dist of Axbridge. Address: Beach, Weston Super Mare.
Together with the wife of her cousin William Gould Chapple and other relatives:
Laura A M Chapple. Cousin Visitor. Unm. Age 57. Born Devon Plymouth. [1st cousin to William Gould Chapple]

Death reg of Laura Ann M. Chapple Jun qtr 1879 at Axbridge dist, Somerset, aged 63 (ref Ancestry deaths).



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2.   Charles Henry CHAPPLE
Born c1814 approx, inferred from his marriage year and from his son Arthur who is "cousin" (2nd cousin) to Thomas James Chapple, son of William Gregory Chapple, in 1891 census.

Marr 12 Dec 1839 at St Clement Danes, Westminster, Middlesex, of Charles Henry Chapple to Eliza Wickham BAYLY; Charles was son of Charles Chapple, and Eliza was dau of Charles Bayly; both were single (ref FamilySearch). There is a probable entry for Eliza Bayly in FamilySearch: born 3 Aug 1807; bap 3 Apr 1808 at Bath Street Rook Lane Presbyterian or Independent, Frome, Somerset, dau of John Bayly [sic - different from marriage] and Mary Bayly (ref FamilySearch).

Ref 1841 census. Surrey, England. Civil parish of St Mary. Registration district of Lambeth. Address: York Road, St Mary, Waterloo 2nd, Lambeth.
Together with son Frederick (4 mths):
Henry Chapple. Age 25. Surgeon. Not born in Surrey.
Eliza Chapple. Age 25. Not born in Surrey.

Residence in 1841 & 1842, York Road, occupation Surgeon (ref baptisms).
Residence in 1844, Bridge Road, occupation Surgeon (ref baptism).
Residence in 1846, Waterloo Road, occupation Surgeon (ref baptism).

There are possible death registrations for Henry Chapple Sep qtr 1847 at Clerkenwell dist and Jun qtr 1849 at Whitechapel dist; none for Charles (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Saint Pancras. Registration district of Saint Pancras. Address: 6 Hartland Place, Saint Pancras, Saint Marylebone.
Together with sons Frederick (10), Edwin (8), Arthur (4):
Eliza Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 43. Annuitant. Born Somerset Frome.

Ref 1861 census. London, Surrey, England. Parish of Lambeth. Registration district of Lambeth. Address: Cowley Road, Lambeth.
Together with sons Frederick (20), Arthur (14):
Eliza Chapple. Lodger. Widow. Age 52. Born Somerset Frome.

Ref 1871 census. London, Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Lambeth. Registration dist of Lambeth. Address: Sidney Road, Lambeth.
Together with sons Frederick (30), Edwin (29) and a servant:
Eliza Chapple. Head. Wid. Age 63. Annuitant. Born Somerset Frome.

Death reg of Eliza Wickham Chapple Mar qtr 1880 at Lambeth dist aged 68 (ref FreeBMD).








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    Children:  
  1. Frederick Charles Henry CHAPPLE born 1841 at Lambeth, Surrey  
  2. Edwin Stewart CHAPPLE born 1842 at Lambeth, Surrey  
  3. Albert Bayly CHAPPLE born 1844 at Lambeth, Surrey  
  4. Arthur Frank CHAPPLE born 1846 at Lambeth, Surrey
 
    Issue of Charles Chapple and Sophia Gould  
3.   Emma CHAPPLE
Born c1821 at East Stonehouse, Devon (ref census).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of East Stonehouse. Registration district of East Stonehouse. Address: Edgcumbe Street, East Stonehouse, Devonport
Together with her father and sister:
Emma Chapple. Age 21. Born Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of East Stonehouse. Registration district of East Stonehouse. . Address: 24 Edgcumbe Street, East Stonehouse.
Together with her father and sister:
Emma Chapple. Dau. Unm. Age 30. Born East Stonehouse Devonshire.

Ref 1861 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Falmouth. Registration district of Falmouth. Address: Florence Place, Falmouth.
Together with her father, 7 child boarders, 2 servants and a visitor:
Emma Chapple. Head. Unm. Age 40. Teacher of the Classes to Young .. Born Devon, Stonehouse.

Ref 1871 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Falmouth. Registration dist of Falmouth. Address: Florence Place, Falmouth.
Together with 7 scholar boarders and 2 servants:
Emma Chapple. Head. Unm. Age 50. Classical Educational Professor. Born Devon Plymouth.

Ref 1881 census. Somersetshire, England. Civil Parish of Weston-Super-Mare. Registration district of Axbridge. Address: 90 High St, Weston-Super-Mare.
In the home of George J Green (36), Wine and Spirit Merchant:
Emma Chapple. Boarder. Single. Age 60. Born Millbay, Devon.

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    Issue of Elizabeth Chapple and John Smith  
1.   Jane SMITH
Bap 17 Apr 1816 at Bodmin, Jane Smith, dau of John and Elizabeth, residence Bodmin, Farmer (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1841 census. Cornwall, England. Civil parish of Bodmin. Registration district of Bodmin. Address: Fore Street, Bodmin.
Together with her mother and 2 siblings:
Jane Smith. Age 22. School Mistress. Born in Cornwall.

Ref 1851 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Bodmin. Registration dist of Bodmin. Address: Lower Bore Street, Bodmin.
Together with her mother, brother and unidentified niece:
Jane Smith. Dau. Unm. Age 30. Schoolmistress. Born Bodmin Cornwall.

Marr 28 Jul 1852 at Bodmin of Jane Smith to Richard HOOPER; Richard was a bachelor, Miner, age 36, residence Bodmin, son of Thomas (decd), Miner; Jane was a spinster, Schoolmistress, age 36, residence Bodmin, dau of John (decd), Farmer; witnesses were Julia Chapple & J (?) Chapple (ref Cornwall OPC).

Richard was bap 31 Dec 1815 at Perranzabuloe, Cornwall, son of Thomas & Mary; residence Penhallow; Father's profession Miner (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1861 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Liskeard. Registration district of Liskeard. Address: Pound Lane, Liskeard.
Together with childrren Charles (6), Elizabeth J (3), Jane's mother and another relative:
Richard Hooper. Head. Mar. Age 44. Copper Miner. Born Perranzabuloe, Cornwall.
Jane Hooper. Wife. Mar. Age 45. Born Bodmin, Cornwall.

Ref 1871 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of St Cleer. Registration dist of Liskeard. Address: Railway Terrace, St Cleer.
Together with children Charles (16), Elizabeth J (13):
Richard Hooper. Head. Mar. Age 54. Engine Driver. Born Cornwall, Perranzabuloe.
Jane Hooper. Wife. Mar. Age 55. Born Cornwall, Bodmin.

Ref 1881 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of St Cleer. Registration district of Liskeard. Address: Railway Terrace, St Cleer.
Together with dau Bessie (23):
Richard Hooper. Head. Mar. Age 64. Engine Man Copper Mine. Born Cornwall Perranzabuloe.
Jane Hooper. Wife. Mar. Age 65. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Death reg of Jane Hooper Dec qtr 1888 at Liskeard dist aged 72 (ref FreeBMD).
Death reg of Richard Hooper Mar qtr 1889 at Liskeard dist aged 72 (ref FreeBMD).
"HOOPER Richard. Personal Estate 182 8s. 11 March. Administration of the Personal Estate of Richard Hooper late of Railway-terrace St. Cleer near Liskeard in the County of Cornwall Engine Tenter a Widower who died 25 January 1889 at Railway-terrace was granted at the Principal registry to Charles Hooper of 32 Lord-street Burnley in the County of Lancaster Joiner the Son and one of the Next of Kin." (ref Ancestry National Probate)



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    Children:  
  1. William Henry HOOPER born 1853 at Bodmin, Cornwall  
  2. Charles HOOPER born 1854 at Bodmin, Cornwall  
  3. Elizabeth Jane HOOPER born 1857 at Bodmin, Cornwall
 
2.   James Chapple SMITH
Bap 16 Mar 1818 at Bodmin, James Chapple, son of John & Elizabeth, residence Bodmin, Farmer (ref Cornwall OPC).

James may have been living in Bodmin in 1841 as a man servant to Frederick Chapple. Ann Coppin was living with her parents and sister Rebecca at Cardinham, reg district of Bodmin.

Marr reg Dec qtr 1844 at St Lukes dist, Middlesex, of James Chapple Smith to Ann COPPIN (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 13 Dec 1844 at the parish church of Saint Luke; James was full age, bachelor, son of John Smith, Farmer; Ann was of full age, spinster, dau of Richard Coppin, Farmer; both were marked as Hair dresser, of 53 Chiswell St; witnesses were Harriet Smith & Richard Coppin (ref Ancestry London Marriages). Ann was probably bap 7 Feb 1819 at Cardinham, dau of Richard & Anne, residence New Park, occupation Parish Clerk (ref Cornwall OPC); there is another Ann dau of Richard & Margery bap 29 Jul 1821, residence Tepton, occ labourer (ref Cornwall OPC).

In 1847 James was a Cheesemonger of Bullfields, Greenwich (ref Ancestry London Baptisms).

Ref 1851 census. Norfolk, England. Parish of Hilgay. Registration district of Downham. Address: Creek House, Hilgay.
Together with children James (5), John C (4), Fredrick C (2), William T (4 mos):
James Chappel Smith. Head. Mar. Age 32. Railway Station Clerk. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 31. Born Cornwall Cardinham.

Ref 1861 census. Norfolk, England. Parish of Pentney. Registration district of Freebridge Lynn. Address: Narborough Station, Waterloo Place, Pentney.
Together with children James (15), John Coppin (14), Fredc (12), William Thos (10), Jane (8), Ellen (7), Louisa Ann (5), Julia (3):
Jas Chapple Smith. Head. Mar. Age 43. Station Master. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Chapple. Wife. Age 42. Born Cornwall Cardinham.

Ref 1871 census. Norfolk, England. Civil Parish of Pentney. Registration district of Freebridge Lynn. Address: Railway Station, Pentney.
Together with children Fred Chas (21), Lousia Ann (15), Julia (13):
James C Smith. Head. Mar. Age 53. Railway Station Master. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 52. Born Cornwall Cardinham.

Ref 1881 census. Norfolk, England. Civil Parish of Pentney. Registration district of Freebridge Lynn. Address: Pentney Railway Station, Pentney.
Together with dau Ellen (26):
James Chapple Smith. Head. Mar. Age 63. Station Master (Rly). Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 62. Born Cornwall Cardingham.

Ref 1891 census. Norfolk, England. Civil Parish of Pentney. Registration district of Freebridge Lynn. Address: G E R Station, Broad M Common, Pentney.
Together with dau Ellen (37):
James Chappel Smith. Head. Mar. Age 73. Station Master. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 72. Born Cornwall Cardinham.
[All indexed in fmp as SMTIH]

Ann died between 1891 and 1901.

Ref 1901 census. Norfolk, England. Civil Parish of South Lynn. Registration district of Kings Lynn. Address: All Saints Street, South Lynn, King's Lynn.
Together with dau Julia (41):
James C Smith. Head. Widower. Age 84. Retired Railway Station Master. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Clifford R Smith. Grand Son. Age 8. Born Yorkshire Bramley. [To be identified]

Death reg of James Chappel Smith Sep qtr 1902 at King's L dist aged 85 (ref FreeBMD).














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    Children:  
  1. James SMITH born 1845 at Woolwich, Kent  
  2. John Coppin SMITH born 1846 at Woolwich, Kent  
  3. Frederick Charles SMITH born 1849 at Hilgay, Norfolk  
  4. William Thomas SMITH born 1850 at Hilgay, Norfolk  
  5. Jane SMITH born 1852 at Middleton, Norfolk  
  6. Ellen SMITH born 1853 at Middleton, Norfolk  
  7. Louisa Ann SMITH born 1855 at Middleton, Norfolk  
  8. Julia SMITH born 1857 at Middleton, Norfolk
 
3.   Frederick SMITH
Bap 12 Jan 1820 at Bodmin, Frederick Smith, son of John & Elizabeth, residence Bodmin, Farmer (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1841 census. Cornwall, England. Civil parish of Bodmin. Registration district of Bodmin. Address: Fore Street, Bodmin.
Together with his mother and 2 siblings:
Frederic Smith. Age 20. Ag Lab. Born in Cornwall.

Married Sarah, surname unknown. She was born c1826 at Woolwich, Kent (ref census).

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Stoke Damerel. Registration district of Stoke Damerel. Address: 33 Garden Street, Stoke Damerel.
Together with children Frederick (4), Louisa J (2), Matilda (1 mos):
Frederick Smith. Head. Mar. Age 31. Foreman Ordnance Dept. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Sarah Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 25. Born Kent Woolwich.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St Budeaux. Registration district of Plympton St Mary. Address: RI Labor Cottages, St Budeaux.
Together with children Elizabeth (15), Frederick (13), Louisa Jane (11), Matilda M (9), Sarah Ann (7), John Henry (5), George E (3), James (1):
Frederick Smith. Head. Mar. Age 40. Foreman RI Labour. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Sarah Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 35. Born Kent Woolwich.

Probable death of Frederick Smith Mar qtr 1864 at Stoke D. dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Stoke Damerel. Registration dist of Stoke Damerel. Address: Charlotte Terrace, West, Stoke Damerel.
Together with children Frederick (23), Louisa (18), George (11):
Sarah Smith. Head. W. Age 43. Born Kent Woolwich.

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    Children:  
  1. Elizabeth SMITH born c1845 at Woolwich, Kent  
  2. Frederick SMITH born 1846 at Woolwich, Kent  
  3. Louisa Jane SMITH born 1848 at Stoke Damerel, Devon  
  4. Matilda Manning SMITH born 1851 at Stoke Damerel, Devon  
  5. Sarah Ann SMITH born 1853 at Stoke Damerel, Devon  
  6. John Henry SMITH born 1855 at Stoke Damerel, Devon  
  7. George Edward SMITH born 1857 at Stoke Damerel, Devon  
  8. James SMITH born c1860 at St Budeaux, Devon
 
4.   Charles SMITH
Bap 28 Apr 1823 at Bodmin, Charles Smith, son of John & Elizabeth, residence Laveddon, Father's profession Farmer (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1841 census. Cornwall, England. Civil parish of Bodmin. Registration district of Bodmin. Address: Fore Street, Bodmin.
Together with his mother and 2 siblings:
Charles Smith. Age 15. Ag Lab. Born in Cornwall.

Ref 1851 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Bodmin. Registration dist of Bodmin. Address: Lower Bore Street, Bodmin.
Together with his mother, sister and niece:
Charles Smith. Son. Unm. Age 24. Porter S W Railway. Born Bodmin Cornwall.
In 1851 Ann was with her parents James and Ann, and 4 siblings, in Bodmin.

Married Ann Wadge Veale DUMBLE. Marriage not found. Ann was bap 7 May 1820 at Bodmin, dau of James & Ann, residence Bodmin, Victualler (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1861 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Saltash. Registration district of St Germans. Address: Turnpike Gate, Saltash.
Together with children Charlotte (4), Frederick (1):
Charles Smith. Head. Mar. Age 38. Agricultural Labourer. Born Cornwall Bodmin. [indexed as 33 in fmp]
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 40. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

In 1864/65, Charles held voter rights, abode Fore Street Saltash, qualification Freehold house and garden, property address Near the turnpike gate (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1871 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Saltash. Registration dist of St German. Address: 72 Fore Street, Saltash.
Together with children Elizabeth A (14), Frederick (11), Phoebe (8):
Charles Smith. Head. Mar. Age 48. Toll Taker for Steamer Co. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 50. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Ref 1881 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Saltash. Registration district of St Germans. Address: 134 Fore Street, Saltash.
Together with children Elizabeth Ann (24), Frederick (21), Phoebe (18):
Charles Smith. Head. Mar. Age 61. Laborer Ordnance Department. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 60. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Ref 1891 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Saltash. Registration district of St Germans. Address: 48 Fore Street, Saltash.
Together with children Elizabeth A (34), Phoebe (28):
Charles Smith. Head. Mar. Age 68. General Labourer (Government). Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Ann Smith. Wife. Mar. Age 70. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Death reg of Charles Smith Jun qtr 1899 at St Germans dist aged 79 (ref FreeBMD).
Burial 7 May 1899 at St Stephens by Saltash, Charles Smith, aged 79, residence Saltash (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1901 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Saltash. Registration district of St Germans. Address: 6 North Road Terrace, Saltash.
Together with dau Elizabeth A (42) and family:
Ann Smith. Mother. Widow. Age 80. Living On Own Means. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Death reg of Ann Wadge V Smith Sep qtr 1902 at St Germans dist aged 82 (ref FreeBMD).
Burial 5 Aug 1902 at St Stephens by Saltash, Ann Wadge Veal Smith, aged 82, residence Saltash (ref Cornwall OPC).



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    Children:  
  1. Elizabeth Ann SMITH born 1857 at Bodmin, Cornwall  
  2. Frederick SMITH born 1859 at Bodmin, Cornwall  
  3. Phoebe SMITH born 1862 at Saltash, Cornwall
 
    Issue of William Chapple and Julia Frances Mary Gould  
1.   William Gould CHAPPLE
Bap 1 Jun 1817 at Bodmin, son of William & Julia Chapple, Non-Conformist, also registered at Paternoster Row, London (ref FamilySearch).

Marr (1) 1837 at St George the Martyr, Southwark to Eliza FISHER; the marriage was 20 Feb 1837; they were bachelor and spinster of the parish (ref Ancestry London Marriages).

No found in 1841 census. Eliza died between 1843 and 1846.

Marr (2) reg Mar qtr 1846 at Hackney dist of William Gould Chapple to Amelia Sarah NEWTON (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 1 Jan 1846 at the parish church of West Hackney; William was full age, Widower, Commercial Traveller, abode St Leonard Shoreditch, son of William Chapple, Surveyor; Amelia was full age spinster, abode West Hackney, dau of John Newton, Coal Merchant; witnesses were John Newton & ? Newton (ref Ancestry London Marriages). She was bap 7 Jun 1820 at St Michael Bassishaw, London, dau of John & Sarah (ref Ancestry London Baptisms).

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Hackney. Registration district of Hackney. Address: 14 Bartholomew Place, Hackney.
Together with his son William (8) and a house servant:
William G Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 33. Traveler Spirit Trade. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Amelia Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 30. Born London.

Ref 1861 census. Somersetshire, England. Parish of Weston Super Mare. Registration district of Axbridge. Address: 7 Stiverd Place, Weston Super Mare.
William G Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 43. Wine & Spirit Dealer. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Amelia S Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 40. House Keeper. Born Middlesex London.
Sarah F Newton. Sister In Law. Unm. Age 37. House Keeper. Born Middlesex London.
Together with a visitor and 3 servants.

Ref 1871 census. Somersetshire, England. Civil Parish of Weston Super Mare. Registration dist of Axbridge.. Address: Beach, Weston Super Mare.
Amelia S Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 50. Wine merchant's wife. Born Middlesex London. [Wife of William Gould Chapple]
Sarah F Newton. Sister. Unm. Age 47. Born Middlesex London.
Amelia S James. Niece. Age 10. Scholar. Born Herefordshire Hereford. [Not found]
Laura A M Chapple. Cousin Visitor. Unm. Age 57. Born Devon Plymouth. [1st cousin to William Gould Chapple]
Together with 4 servants.

Death reg of William Gould Chapple Sep qtr 1874 at Axbridge dist aged 57 (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE William Gould. Effects under 7,000. 16 September. The Will of William Gould Chapple late of Weston-super-Mare in the County of Somerset Wine and Spirit Merchant who died 27 August 1874 at Weston-super-Mare was proved at Wells by Amelia Sarah Chapple of Weston-super-Mare Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

Death reg of Amelia Sarah Chapple Jun qtr 1876 at Axbridge dist aged 55 (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE Amelia Sarah. Effects under 7,000. 17 May. The Will with a Codicil of Amelia Sarah Chapple late of Weston-super-Mare in the County of Somerset Widow who died 23 April 1876 at Weston-super-Mare was proved at Wells by Ralph Chapman of Weston-super-Mare Solicitor and George Henry Newton of Norway Wharf Hertford-road Kingsland in the County of Middlesex Timber Merchant the Brother the Executors." (ref Ancestry National Probate)













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    Child of William and Eliza:  
  1. William Samuel James Stewart CHAPPLE born c1843 at Paddington, Middlesex
 
2.   Julia West CHAPPLE
Born 8 Feb 1819, bap 4 Apr 1819 at Bodmin Wesleyan, Julia West Chapple, dau of William & Julia, residence Bodmin, registered 26 Apr 1819 (ref Cornwall OPC).
Bap 4 Apr 1819 at Bodmin, dau of William & Julia Chapple, Non-Conformist, also registered at Paternoster Row, London (ref FamilySearch).

Marr reg Jun qtr 1839 at Bodmin dist of Julia West Chapple to Thomas MARSHALL (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 18 Jun 1839 at Bodmin; Thomas was aged 27, residence St Columb Major, bachelor, Draper, son of William, Gentleman; Julia was aged 20, residence Bodmin, spinster, dau of William, Land Surveyor; witnesses were Wm. Chapple & Sarah Stevens (ref Cornwall OPC). Thomas was bap 30 May 1813 at Bodmin, son of William & Mary; residence Bodmon; Gent (ref Cornwall OPC).

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Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of East Stonehouse. Registration district of East Stonehouse. Address: 113 Union Street, East Stonehouse.
Together with children Mary C (11), William T (8), Julia F (7), John (5), Alfred (1) and a servant:
Thomas Marshall. Head. Mar. Age 39. Umbrella & Waterproof. Born Cornwall Bodmin.
Julia W Marshall. Wife. Mar. Age 32. Wool Clothing Manufacturer. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Thomas was on the voters' roll for Bodmin in 1851/2 and 1853/4; his abode 113 Union-street East Stonehouse Devon; qualification Moiety of freehold houses; property address Bore-street and Mount-folly (ref Cornwall OPC).

Death reg of Thomas Marshall Jun qtr 1854 at E. Stonehouse dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1861 census. Norfolk, England. Parish of South Lynn. Registration district of Kings Lynn. Address: Checker Street, South Lynn, Kings Lynn.
Together with sons John (15), Alfred (11):
Julia Marshall. Head. Widow. Age 42. House Proprietor. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Ref 1871 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of St Mary Lambeth. Registration dist of Lambeth. Address: Acre Lane Melbourne Place St Mary Lambeth.
In the home of William Bickerston (42), Outfitter, together with dau Julia F (27):
Julia W Marshall. Visitor. Wid. Age 52. Income from Dividends. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Ref 1881 census. Surrey, England. Civil Parish of Richmond. Registration district of Richmond. Address: Aukland Lodge, Richmond.
Together with children Mary (41), John (36) and a number of other people:
Julia Marshall. Head. Widow. Age 62. Schoolmistress. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Ref 1891 census. Cheshire, England. Civil Parish of Knutsford Inferior. Registration district of Altrincham. Address: Manchester Road, Knutsford Inferior, Knutsford.
Together with dau Julia F (47) and her husband and children, and dau Mary C (51) and a domestic servant:
Julia W Marshall. Mother In Law. Widow. Age 72. Living on own means. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Ref 1901 census. Staffordshire, England. Civil Parish of Burslem. Registration district of Wolstanton. Address: 248 Waterloo Road, Burslem.
Together with dau Julia F (50) and her husband:
Julia W Marshall. Mother In Law. Age 82. Born Cornwall Bodmin.

Death reg of Julia West Marshall Sep qtr 1903 at Wolstanton dist, Staffordshire aged 84 (ref FreeBMD).










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    Children:  
  1. Mary Chapple MARSHALL born 1840 at St Columb, Cornwall  
  2. William Thomas MARSHALL born 1842 at Truro, Cornwall  
  3. Julia Frances MARSHALL born 1843 at Bodmin, Cornwall  
  4. John MARSHALL born 1845 at Shoreditch, Middlesex  
  5. Alfred MARSHALL born 1849 at East Stonehouse, Devon
 
3.   Anne CHAPPLE
Bap 12 Mar 1823 at Bodmin, dau of William & Julia Chapple, Non-Conformist (ref FamilySearch).

Ref 1841 census. Cornwall, England. Civil parish of Bodmin. Registration district of Bodmin. Address: Lower Bore Street, Bodmin.
Together with her parents:
Anne Chapple. Age 17. Born in Cornwall.

Ref 1851 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Bodmin. Registration dist of Bodmin. Address: Higher Bore Street, Bodmin.
Together with her parents:
Annie Chapple. Dau. Unm. Age 28. Born Bodmin.

Ref 1861 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Liskeard. Registration district of Liskeard. Address: Pound Lane, Liskeard.
Together with her cousing Jane and family, and her aunt Elizabeth Smith:
Anne Chapple. Boarder. Unm. Age 39. Fund Holder. Born Bodmin, Cornwall.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Heavitree. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Wonford House Asylum, Heavitree.
Together with many patients:
Annie Chapple. Age 49. birth place not known.

Death reg of Annie Chapple Mar qtr 1872 at St Thomas dist, Devon aged 49 (ref FreeBMD).



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    Issue of Francis Chapple and Elizabeth Gregory  
1.   William Gregory CHAPPLE
Bap 30 Sep 1818 at Sth Petherwin, Cornwall, son of Francis & Elizabeth (ref fmp).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Tetcott. Registration district of Holsworthy. Address: Tetcott Barton, Tetcott.
Together with his parents and 4 siblings:
William Chapple. Age 20. Not born in Devon.

Marr 17 Mar 1849 at Morwenstow, Cornwall of William Gregory Chapple to Jane Ann HARRIS; William was a bachelor, residence Tetcott, son of Francis; Jane's residence was Cleave, dau of Richard; by Bann (ref Cornwall OPC). Jane Ann was bap 19 Jun 1830 at Stratton dist, dau of Richard & Jenny (ref fmp).

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Tetcott. Registration dist of Holsworthy. Address: Tetcote Barton, Tetcote.
Together with son Francis (1), brother Charles Henry (25), 8 servants and 2 visitors:
William Gregory Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 32. Farmer of 350 acres emp 11 lab. Born Sth Petherwin, Cornwall.
Ann Jane Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 20. Farmers Wife. Born Moorwinstow, Cornwall.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Registration district of Holsworthy. Address: Ilcott House, Devon.
Together with children William G (7), Charles Henry (5), Jane Ann (2), Caroline Jane (11m), 5 servants, an assistant and a visitor:
William G Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 63. Farmer of 130 acres emp 2 man 2 boys.
Jane Ann Chapple. Wife.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Tiverton. Registration dist of Tiverton. Address: Angel Hill Angel Hotel, Tiverton.
Together with dau Elizabeth Jane (18), an assistant, 6 servants and 5 visitors:
William Gregory Chapple. Head. Age 51. Hotelkeeper. Born Cornwall Sth Petherwin.
Jane Ann Chapple. Wife. Age 40. Born Cornwall Stratton.

Ref 1881 census. Worcestershire, England. Civil Parish of Great Malvern. Address: Beauchamp Hotel, Graham Road, Great Malvern.
Together with dau Jane A (22), a visitor and 10 servants:
William G Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 63. Hotel Proprietor. Born Cornwall South Petherwin.
Jane A Chapple. Wife. mar. Age 57. Born Cornwall Bude.

Death reg of William Gregory Chapple Dec qtr 1885 at Upton dist, Worcester aged 67 (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE William Gregory. Personal Estate 1,263 14s. 5 March. The Will of William Gregory Chapple formerly of Tiverton in the County of Devon but late of Great Malvern in the County of Worcester Innkeeper who died 12 December 1885 at Great Malvern was proved at Worcester by Jane Ann Chapple of Great Malvern Widow the Relict one of the Executors." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1891 census. Worcestershire, England. Civil Parish of Great Malvern. Registration district of Upton on Severn. Address: Beauchamp Hotel, Graham Road, Great Malvern.
Together with children Laura (24), Emma H (20), Charles H (36), 6 visitors and 10 servants:
Jane A Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 65. Hotel Proprietor. Born Devon Bude.

Ref 1901 census. Worcestershire, England. Civil Parish of Great Malvern. Registration district of Upton on Severn. Address: The Beauchamp Hotel, Graham Road, Great Malvern.
Together with son Charles H (46) and his wife, daughter in law Rose (48), and a cousin, and 12 servants:
Jane A Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 69. Hotel Proprietress. Born Devon Bude.
Louise A Somer. Cousin. Single. Age 27. Hotel Housekeeper. Born Durham Dawlington.

Death reg of Jane Ann Chapple Jun qtr 1908 at Upton dist, Worcester ated 78 (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE Jane Ann of the Beauchamp Hotel Great Malvern Worcestershire widow died 21 May 1908 Probate London 23 July to Francis Chapple warehouseman and Francis Humphreys Harry commercial traveller. Effects 3392 18s. 10d." (ref Ancestry National Probate)



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    Children:  
  1. Francis CHAPPLE born 1849 at Tetcott, Devon  
  2. Elizabeth Jane CHAPPLE born 1851 at Tetcott, Devon  
  3. William Gregory CHAPPLE born 1853 at Tetcott, Devon  
  4. Charles Henry CHAPPLE born 1855 at Tetcott, Devon  
  5. Jane Ann CHAPPLE born 1858 at Tetcott, Devon  
  6. Caroline Harris CHAPPLE born 1860 at Tetcott, Devon  
  7. Frederick Edward CHAPPLE born 1863 at Tetcott, Devon  
  8. John Marwood CHAPPLE born 1865 at Tetcott, Devon  
  9. Laura CHAPPLE born 1866 at Tetcott, Devon  
  10. Thomas James CHAPPLE born 1868 at Tiverton, Devon  
  11. Emma CHAPPLE born 1870 at Tiverton, Devon
 
2.   James CHAPPLE
Bap 9 Dec 1819 at Sth Petherwin, Cornwall, son of Francis & Elizabeth (ref fmp).
Died 1822.
Buried 20 Feb 1822 at Sth Petherwin, Cornwall, abode Trelinna (ref fmp).
 
3.   John CHAPPLE
Bap 22 Oct 1822 at Sth Petherwin, Cornwall, son of Francis & Elizabeth (ref fmp).

Marr Mar qtr 1841 at Bodmin dist of John Chappl[le] to Joan Grey (ref FreeBMD). Her name appears more frequently as Joan GRAY. Joan was bap 1 Jan 1818 at St Endellion, Cornwall, dau of Digory & Elizabeth; residence Trevathen; Profession Gent: Farmer; notes have 'when publicly baptized' (ref Cornwall OPC).

Ref 1841 census. Cornwall, England. Civil parish of St Endellion. Registration district of Bodmin. Address: Trevathen, St Endellion.
Together with her father, Digory Gray (50), Farmer; her mother Elizabeth Gray (50); and her brother Digory (15), and 7 servants:
Joan Chapple. Age 20. Born in Cornwall.
John Chapple. Age 20. Surveyor. Born in Cornwall.

John and Joan migrated to Ontario, Canada between 1848 and 1850 with children Elizabeth and Francis; year given as 1848 in Elizabeth's 1901 census.

Ref 1851 Census of Canada. Address: Middlesex County, Canada West (Ontario).
Together with children Elizabeth (6), Francis F (5), Charles Henry (1):
John Chapple. Labourer. Born in England. Church England. Age 30.
Joan Chapple. Born in England. Age 32.

Ref 1861 Census of Canada. Address: Gore, Kent, Canada West.
Together with children Elizabeth (15), Charles H (9), Warwick G (7), Digory G (5), Mary J (2), Emma (1) and his brother Francis Chapple (26):
John Chapple. Farmer. Born England. Age 37.
Jane Chapple. Born England. Age 41.

Ref 1871 Census of Canada. Address: Camden, Bothwell, Ontario.
Together with children Frederick (23), Charles (20), Digory Gray (14), Mary Jane (12), Emma (10):
John Chapple. Age 49. Born in England. Yeoman.
Joan Chapple. Age 50. Born in England.

Ref 1881 Census of Canada. Address: Dresden, Bothwell, Ontario.
Together with children Charles H (30), Warwick G (26), Digary G (24), Mary Jane (21), Emma (20), an unknown William J Chapple (2), born in Ontario, and unknown Frederick C Chapple (23), born in England:
John Chapple. Age 58. Born in England. Bookkeeper.
Joan Chapple. Age 61. Born in England.

Death of Joan Chapple 13 Jan 1882 at Kent, Ontario, aged 63, Matron, born in England, informant Jno Chapple, Clerk, Dresden; John Chapple was the Registrar for this and a number of other deaths.

Married (2) 18 Jun 1883 at Middlesex, Ontario to Esther HOYT; the record says that John was aged 55, born England, son of Francis & Elizabeth Chapple, residence Dresden, Widower, Accountant; Esther was aged 49, born London, Widow, dau of Thomas & Sarah Plantrore [Plant Rose] (ref Ancestry Ontario Marriages). Esther ROSE was bap 6 Mar 1831 at Stepney St Dunstan and All Saints, England and was previously married to Robert MARRIOTT (1811-1871) and Richard O. HOYT.

John died 5 Nov 1898 at Dresden, Kent, Ontario, Canada, aged 76, born Cornwall, England (ref Ancestry Ontario Deaths).
Esther died 25 Mar 1913 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (ref APT).






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    Children of John and Joan:  
  1. Elizabeth CHAPPLE born 1846 at Holsworthy dist, Devon  
  2. Francis Frederick CHAPPLE born 1848 at Holsworthy dist, Devon  
  3. Charles Henry CHAPPLE born c1850 in Ontario, Canada  
  4. Warwick Guy CHAPPLE born c1854 in Ontario, Canada  
  5. Digory Gray CHAPPLE born c1856 in Ontario, Canada  
  6. Mary Jane CHAPPLE born c1859 in Ontario, Canada  
  7. Emma CHAPPLE born c1860 in Ontario, Canada  
  8. Richard Digory CHAPPLE born c1861 in Ontario, Canada
 
4.   Charles Henry CHAPPLE
Bap 16 Aug 1825 at Sth Petherwin, Cornwall, son of Francis & Elizabeth (ref fmp, Cornwall Family History Soc)

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Tetcott. Registration district of Holsworthy. Address: Tetcott Barton, Tetcott.
Together with his parents and 4 siblings:
Charles Chapple. Age 15. Not born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Tetcott. Registration dist of Holsworthy. Address: Tetcote Barton, Tetcote.
Together with his brother William Gregory (32) and family:
Charles Henry Chapple. Brother. Unm. Age 25. Annuitant. Born S Petherwin, Cornwall.

Marr reg Dec qtr 1855 at Tavistock dist of Charles Henry Chapple to Harriet STEER (ref FreeBMD). She was born c1825 at Stokenham, Devon (ref census).

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Germansweek. Registration district of Okehampton. Address: Germansweek Village, Germansweek.
Together with children William H (4), Frederick (3), Chas L (4m) and a visitor:
Chas H Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 35. Schoolmaster. Born Cornwall Sth Petherwin.
Harriet Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 36. Born Devon Stokenham.

Charles and the children migrated to Canada between 1861 and 1871. Harriet's death is not found and she may have died in England or Canada. The wife in the 1871 census is named Mary and is much younger. This may be an error in the census, as the names of the children are the wrong way around.

Ref 1871 Census of Canada. Address: Chatham, Kent, Ontario.
Together with children Charles (16), Wm (14), Frederick (12) - names wrong way around:
Charles Chappel. Age 40. Mar. Born in England. Farmer.
Mary Chappel. Age 34. Mar. Born in England.

Mary (or Harriet) died between 1871 and 1881 in Canada.

Ref 1881 Census of Canada. Address: Dover, Kent, Ontario. (The middle initials are placed before the name.)
Together with children William H (24), Frederick (22), Charles L (20), Mary J (18), and his brother Francis (48):
Charles H Chapple. Age 55. Born in England. Farmer. Wid.

Death of Charles Henry Chapple 22 Feb 1889 at Ontario, Canada, aged 63, Farmer, born England, informant Frank Chapple, Yeoman, Dresden (ref Ancestry Ontario Deaths).



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    Children:  
  1. William Henry CHAPPLE born 1856 at Lifton, Devon  
  2. Frederick CHAPPLE born 1857 at Plymouth, Devon  
  3. Charles Luscombe CHAPPLE born 1860 at Beaworthy, Devon  
  4. Mary Jane CHAPPLE born 1862 at Okehampton dist, Devon
 
5.   Mary Jane CHAPPLE
Bap 16 Oct 1828 at Tetcott, Devon, dau of Francis Chapple & Elizth (ref FamilySearch).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Tetcott. Registration district of Holsworthy. Address: Tetcott Barton, Tetcott.
Together with her parents and 4 siblings:
Mary Chapple. Age 12. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census.Cornwall, England. Parish of Bodmin. Registration dist of Bodmin. Address: St Nicholas Street, Bodmin.
Together with her uncle Frederick, and her sister Ann:
Mary Jane Chapple. Niece. Unm. Age 22. Farmers Daur. Born Tetcott, Devon.

Marr reg Mar qtr 1854 at Holsworthy dist of Mary Jane Chapple to Henry Venning HARRIS (ref FreeBMD). He was born c1831 at Redruth, Cornwall. They went to Ontario, Canada.

Mary Jane died 5 Dec 1854 aged 26 in childbirth and was buried at Blackburn Cemetery, Dresden, Ontario (ref APT where there is a photo of her tombstone).
"MARY J. / CHAPPEL/ WIFE OF M.V.HARRIS/ DIED DEC 5 1854/ AGE 26 YEARS / F.J. HARRIS / 1854 - 1935 / HIS WIFE / W.W. HUFF / 1858 - 1930"

Henry returned to England with his son.

Ref 1861 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of Lesnewth. Registration district of Camelford. Address: Church Town, Lesnewth.
Henry V Harris. Head. Widower. Age 30. Farmer of 200 Acres. Born Redruth, Cornwall.
Jane Harris. Sister. Unm. Age 20. Born Cornwall Lesnewth.
John Harris. Son. Age 6. Farmers Son. Born Canada America.
Alfred Penfound. Cousin. Age 14. General Servant. Born Cornwall St Cleather.
Together with 3 servants.

Henry marr (2) Jun qtr 1862 at Redruth dist to Elizabeth Ann WICKETT (ref FreeBMD). She was born c1840 at Redruth, Cornwall.

Ref 1871 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Lesnewth. Registration dist of Camelford. Address: Gryles, Lesnewth.
Together with Henry's son John (16), and Henry & Elizabeth's children Henry (7), Nicholas (5), Sydney (2), William (2), a nurse and a servant:
Henry Harris. Head. Mar. Age 40. Farmer. Born Cornwall Redruth.
Elizabeth A Harris. Wife. Mar. Age 31 [indexed as 61]. Born Cornwall Redruth.

Ref 1881 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Tintagel. Registration district of Camelford. Address: Trethevey, Tintagel.
Together with their children Henry (19), Nicholas (16), Sydney (12), William (12), a servant and a visitor:
Henry Harris. Head. Mar. Age 50. Farmer of 70 ac empl 8 labs. Born Cornwall Redruth.
Elizabeth Ann Harris. Wife. Mar. Age 40. Farmers Wife. Born Cornwall Redruth.

Death reg of Elizabeth Ann Harris Jun qtr 1891 at Camelford dist aged 51 (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1891 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Tintagel. Registration district of Camelford. Address: Trethevey Farm, Well Town, Tintagel.
Together with sons Sidney W (22), William B (22), a visitor and 2 servants:
Henry V Harris. Head. Widower. Age 60. Farmer. Born Cornwall Redruth.

Ref 1901 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of Tintagel. Registration district of Camelford. Address: Hermitage Knight Kave, Tintagel.
Henry Harris. Head. Widower. Age 70. Living on own means. Born Cornwall Redruth.
Together with a domestic servant.

Death reg of Henry Venning Harris Jun qtr 1907 at Marylebone dist, Middlesex aged 77 (ref FreeBMD).



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    Child:  
  1. Francis John HARRIS born 1854 at Dresden, Ontario
 
6.   Ann CHAPPLE
Born c1830 at Tetcott, Devon.

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Tetcott. Registration district of Holsworthy. Address: Tetcott Barton, Tetcott.
Together with her parents and 4 siblings:
Ann Chapple. Age 11. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census.Cornwall, England. Parish of Bodmin. Registration dist of Bodmin. Address: St Nicholas Street, Bodmin.
Together with her uncle Frederick, and her sister Mary Jane:
Ann Chapple. Niece. Unm. Age 21. Farmers Daur. Born Tetcott, Devon.

Marr Mar qtr 1855 at Launceston dist, Cornwall of Ann Chapple to Richard PETER (ref FreeBMD). He was born 12 Nov 1821, bap 14 Dec 1821 at Mary Magdalene Wesleyan, Launceston, Cornwall, son of Samuel & Elizabeth Peter (ref FamilySearch).

Ref 1861 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of South Petherwin. Registration district of Launceston. Address: Roland Cottage, Danes House Road, South Petherwin.
Together with sons Francis (4), Henry Vincent (2), Ernest Peter (1) and 2 servants:
Richard Peter. Head. Mar. Age 39. Corn and Manure Merchant. Born Cornwall Lewannick.
Ann Peter. Wife. Mar. Age 31. Born Devon Tetcott.

Died 31 Dec 1864 at Sth Petherwin, Cornwall (APT).
Buried 4 Jan 1865 at South Petherwin, Ann Peters, age 34, residence Penlaurel Cottage Dawes House (ref Cornwall OPC).
Probable registration of Anne Peters Mar qtr 1865 at Launceston dist (ref FreeBMD).

Richard married (2) reg Jun qtr 1868 at Bristol dist of Richard Peter to Ann HORNE (ref FreeBMD). In the 1861 census Ann Bryant HORNE was a Schoolmistress in Norfolk (ref FamilySearch). She was born c1829 at Kenninghall, Norfolk, and appears in the 1841 census in the family of John & Kezia Horne.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of St Andrew. Registration dist of Plymouth. Address: Union Terrace, St Andrew, Plymouth.
In the home of Thomas Peter (61), Draper:
Richard Peter. Visitor. Mar. Age 49. Merchant and Auctioneer. Born Cornwall Lewanick.
Anne Peter. Visitor. Mar. Age 42. Born Norfolk Kenninghall.

Ref 1881 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of South Petherwin. Registration district of Launceston. Address: Dawshores, South Petherwin.
Together with his dau Catherine (18):
Richard Peter. Head. Mar. Age 59. Merchant Land Agent. Born Cornwall Lewannick.
Ann B Peter. Wife. Mar. Age 52. Born Norfolk Kenninghall.

Ref 1891 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of St Mary Magdalen. Registration district of Launceston. Address: Carbolle Villas, St Mary Magdalen, Launceston.
Together with his dau Catherine (28):
Richard Peter. Head. Mar. Age 69. Auctioneer Land & House Agent, Insurance Agent. Born Cornwall Lewannick.
Annie B Peter. Wife. Mar. Age 62. Born Norfolk Kenninghall.

Ref 1901 census. Cornwall, England. Civil Parish of St Mary Magdalene. Registration district of Launceston. Address: Carboth Villa, St Mary Magdalene.
Together with his dau Catherine (38):
Richard Peter. Head. Mar. Age 79. Auctioneer & Land Agent. Born Cornwall, Lewannick.
Anne B Peter. Wife. Mar. Age 72. Born Norfolk Kennington.

Death reg of Richard Peter Mar qtr 1908 at Launceston dist aged 86 (ref FreeBMD indexed as PETEP).
"PETER Richard of Carboth Villa Launceston Cornwall auctioneer died 28 March 1908 Probate Bodmin 25 April to Anne Bryant Peter widow and Catherine Peter spinster. Effects 90." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1911 census. Cornwall, England. Parish of St Mary Magdalene. Registration district of Launceston. Address: Carboth Launceston.
Together with her stepdaughter Catherine (48):
Ann Peter. Head. Widow. Age 82. Private Means. Born Norfolk Kenninghall.

Death reg of Ann Peter Sep qtr 1911 at Launceston dist aged 83 (ref FreeBMD).



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    Children of Richard Peter and Ann Chapple:  
  1. Francis PETER born 1856 at Launceston, Cornwall  
  2. Henry Vincent PETER born 1858 at South Petherwin, Cornwall  
  3. Ernest PETER born 1859 at South Petherwin, Cornwall  
  4. Mary Elizabeth PETER born 1861 at South Petherwin, Cornwall  
  5. Catherine PETER born 1862 at South Petherwin, Cornwall
 
7.   Francis CHAPPLE
Born 4 Mar 1832 (ref 1901 census).
Bap 3 Oct 1832 at Tetcott, Devon, son of Francis Chapple & Elizth (ref FamilySearch).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Tetcott. Registration district of Holsworthy. Address: Tetcott Barton, Tetcott.
Together with his parents and 4 siblings:
Francis Chapple. Age 9. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of Saint Leonard Shoreditch. Registration district of Shoreditch. Address: 5 Trafalgar Road, Saint Leonard Shoreditch.
In the home of Alexander Young (31), Printer Compositor:
Francis Chapple. Visitor. Unm. Age 19. Linen Draper. Born Devonshire Tetcott.

Francis went to Ontario, Canada between 1851 and 1861.

Ref 1861 Census of Canada. Address: Gore, Kent, Canada West.
Together with his brother John and family:
Francis Chapple. Born England. Age 26.

Ref 1871 Census of Canada. Address: Harwich, Kent, Ontario.
In the home of Hugh T McKerral (30):
Frank Chapple. Age 37. Born England. W Meth. Farm Labourer.

Ref 1881 Census of Canada. Address: Dover, Kent, Ontario.
Together with his brother Charles and family:
Francis Chapple. Age 48. Born in England. Farm Labourer.

Ref 1891 Census of Canada. Address: Southwold, Elgin West, Ontario.
In the home of John Warren (57):
Frank Chapple. Age 57. Born England. Meth. Farm Labourer.

Ref 1901 Census of Canada. Address: Chatham, Bothwell, Ontario.
In the home of A. Wees (58):
Frank Chapple. Age 69. Born 4 Mar 1832 in England. Methodist. Laborer.

Death not found in Ontario records.




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    Issue of Samuel Chapple and Sarah Matthews  
1.   John CHAPPLE
Bap 5 Aug 1810 at Staverton, Devon, son of Samuel Chapple & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05239-1).
Death [burial ?] 25 Aug 1811 (ref FamilySearch C05239-1).
 
2.   Wiliam Matthews CHAPPLE
Bap 22 Apr 1812 at Ashburton, Devon, son of Samuel Chapple & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).

Marr reg Dec qtr 1837 at Newton Abbot dist of William Mathews Chapple to Ann STILSON (ref FreeBMD spelt as Anne). She was born c1806 at Wolborough, Devon (ref census).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Wolborough. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: White's Court, Wolborough, Newton Abbot.
Together with children James (3), Samuel (1):
William Chapple. Age 25. Printer. Born in Devon.
Ann Chapple. Age 30. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Highweek. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: Highweek Street, Highweek, Newton Bushell.
Together with children James (13), Samuel (11), Sarah (9), Jane Perram (1):
William M Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 39. Organist. Born Ashburton, Devon.
Ann Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 45. Born Wolborough, Devon.

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Highweek. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: Highweek Street, Highweek, Newton Abbot.
Together with children Samuel (21), Sarah (19), Jane (11):
William M Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 49. Organist. Born Ashburton Devon.
Ann Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 53. Born Newton Abbot Devon.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Highweek. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: Highweek Street, Highweek, Newton Bushell.
William M Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 59. Professor of Music. Born Devon Ashburton.
Ann Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 64. Born Devon Newton Abbot.

Ref 1881 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Highweek. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: Highweek St, Highweek.
William M Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 69. Organist. Born Ashburton Devon.
Ann Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 74. Born Newton Abbot Devon.
Bertha Quick. Grand Daughter. Age 12. Scholar. Born Newton Abbot Devon. [dau of Sarah]
Maria Tapper. Sister in Law. Widow. Age 61. Born Newton Abbot Devon. [nee Stilson, sister of Ann, who married Henry Tapper sep qtr 1853 at Exeter]

Death reg of William Matthews Chapple Mar qtr 1886 at Newton Abbot dist aged 74 (ref FreeBMD).
Death reg of Ann Chapple Mar qtr 1888 at Newton Abbot dist aged 82 (ref FreeBMD).






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    Children:  
  1. James CHAPPLE born 1838 at Wolborough, Devon  
  2. Samuel CHAPPLE born 1839 at Wolborough, Devon  
  3. Sarah CHAPPLE born 1841 at Wolborough, Devon  
  4. Jane Perram CHAPPLE born 1849 at Highweek, Devon
 
3.   James Matthews CHAPPLE
Bap 22 Sep 1814 at Ashburton, Devon, son of Samuel Chapple & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).

Marr (1) reg Mar qtr 1838 at Newton Abbot of James Matthews Chapple to Sarah WAYCOTT (ref FreeBMD as Naycott). She was bap 29 May 1817 at Ashburton Devon, dau of John Waycott & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Ashburton. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: West Street, Ashburton.
Together with children William (2), Saml (1):
James Chapple. Age 25. Musician. Born in Devon.
Sarah Chapple. Age 23. Born in Devon.

Death reg of Sarah Waycott Chapple Jun qtr 1845 at Newton Abbot dist (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Ashburton. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Addrress: West Street, Ashburton.
Together with his son William (12) and mother Sarah (64):
James Matthews Chapple. Head. Widower. Age 36. Organist Printer & Stationer. Born Ashburton Devon.

Marr (2) reg Dec qtr 1858 at Exeter dist to Susanna Mary COLEMAN (ref FreeBMD). She was born c1836 at Ashburton, Devon (ref census).

Ref 1861 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Ashburton. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: East Street, Ashburton.
Together with his son William W (22):
James M Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 46. Printer Maker. Born Devon Ashburton.
Susan M Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 25. Born Devon Ashburton.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Ashburton. Registration district of Newton Abbot. Address: North Street, Ashburton.
Together with son James (8), a visitor and servant:
James M Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 56. Printer & Stationer. Born Devon Ashburton.
Susan Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 35. Born Devon Ashburton.

Death reg of Susan Mary Chapple Jun qtr 1871 at Newton Abbot dist aged 35 (ref FreeBMD).
Death reg of James Matthews Chapple Dec qtr 1879 at Newton Abbot dist aged 65 (ref FreeBMD).






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    Children of James and Sarah:  
  1. William Waycott CHAPPLE born 1838 at Ashburton, Devon  
  2. Samuel CHAPPLE born 1839 at Ashburton, Devon  
    Child of James and Susanna:  
  3. James Coleman CHAPPLE born 1863 at Ashburton, Devon
 
4.   Sarah CHAPPLE
Bap 24 May 1816 at Ashburton, Devon, dau of Samuel Chaple & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).
 
5.   Samuel CHAPPLE
Bap 11 Sep 1818 at Ashburton, Devon, son of Samuel Chapel & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Wellington. Registration dist of Wellington. Address: Buckwell, Wellington.
In the home of George Hill (40), Lab:
Samuel Chapple. Age 20. Cabinet M. Not born in Somerset.

Marr reg Jun qtr 1842 at Wellington dist, Somerset of Samuel Chapple to Mary VINTON (ref FreeBMD). She was born c1823 at Wellington, Somerset, her birth not found.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of St Sidwell. Registration district of Exeter. Address: 8 Sandford Street, St Sidwells, Exeter.
Together with children Mary S (7), Fredrick (6), Ellen (3), Harry (2) and a visitor:
Samuel Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 32. Cabinet Maker. Born Devon Ashburton.
Mary Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 28. Born Somerset Wellington.

Ref 1861 census. London, England. Parish of Marylebone. Registration dist of Marylebone. Address: 59 Seymour Place, Marylebone.
Together with children Frederick (16), Ellen (14), Harry (12), Emma (10):
Samuel Chapell. Head. Mar. Age 40. Cabinet Maker. Born Devon, Ashburton.
Mary Chapell. Wife. Mar. Age 38. Born Somerset, Wellington.

Probable death of Mary Chapple Mar qtr 1869 at Liverpool dist aged 47 (ref FreeBMD).

Ref 1871 census. Lancashire, England. Civil Parish of Hulme. Registration district of Chorlton. Address: Bonsall Street, Hulme, Manchester.
Together with children Ellen (23), Samuel (9), Alfred (3):
Samuel Chapple. Head. Widower. Age 48. Cabinet Maker. Born Devon Ashburton.

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    Children:  
  1. Mary Sarah CHAPPLE born 1843 at Wellington, Somerset  
  2. Frederick CHAPPLE born 1844 at Wellington, Somerset  
  3. Ellen CHAPPLE born 1847 at Torquay, Devon  
  4. Harry CHAPPLE born 1849 at Honiton, Devon  
  5. Emma CHAPPLE born 1851 at Exeter, Devon  
  6. Samuel CHAPPLE born 1862 at Marylebone, London  
  7. Alfred CHAPPLE born 1868 at Manchester, Lancashire
 
6.   Henry CHAPPLE
Bap 29 Dec 1820 at Ashburton, Devon, son of Samuel Chaple & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).

Ref 1841 census. Devonshire, England. Civil parish of Brixham. Registration district of Totnes. Address: Spring Gardens, Brixham.
In the home of M B Martin (30), Tailor:
Henry Chapple. Age 20. Born in Devon.

Ref 1851 census. Monmouthshire, Wales. Parish of Chepstow. Registration dist of Chepstow. Address: Moor Street, Chepstow.
In the home of James O Leary (50), Butcher, and family:
Henry Chappell. Visitor. Unm. Age 31. Taylor. Born Devon Ashburton.

Ref 1861 census. Lancashire, England. Parish of Manchester. Address: 5 Dyers Lane, Manchester.
In the home of Louisa Draycott (74), Lodging House Keepter:
Henry Chappel. Boarder. Unm. Age 40. Tailor. Born Devon Ashburton.

Ref 1871 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Exminster. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: The Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster.
Together with many others:
Hy Chapple. Patient. Age 50. Born Devon Ashburton.

Ref 1881 census. Devonshire, England. Civil Parish of Exminster. Registration district of St Thomas. Address: Devon County Lunatic Asylum, Exminster.
Together with many others:
Henry Chapple. Patient. Single. Age 61. Tailor Lunatic. Born Devon Ashburton.

Death reg of Henry Chapple Sep qtr 1886 at St Thomas dist aged 65 (ref FreeBMD).



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7.   George CHAPPLE
Bap 4 Mar 1823 at Ashburton, Devon, son of Samuel Chapple & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).
Died [burial?] 5 Jan 1824 (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).
 
8.   Jane Parhan CHAPPLE
Bap 22 Apr 1825 at Ashburton, Devon, dau of Samuel Chapple & Sarah (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).
Died [burial?] 24 Aug 1825 (ref FamilySearch C05020-1).
 
    Issue of Richard Allen Chapple and Jane Grigg  
1.   Charles CHAPPLE
Bap 16 May 1819 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address Northampton St, occupation Plumber (B.Chapple 2011). In his burial record in the Nyack registers his birth is given as 16 Apr 1818.

Migration of Richard and eldest son Charles to America
Richard and Charles migrated to America in 1836 using the name 'ALLEN' as a surname. The shipping records which have been found by John Chapple spell this as 'ALLAN' but there are other family references to Allen indicating that at least some of the children knew of his situation. The second name, Allen, was found in the 1852 marriage of the daughter Frances and in her death certificate, seeming to indicate that she was aware of his name change, and there is a possibility that her husband Edwin Exon visited the Chapple family in New York (Charles died in 1886) when he went there in 1888 & 1899 or 1901 (with thanks to researcher John Chapple 2013).

LIST OF PASSENGERS (ref Ancestry.com)
Note that there is another similar entry for a Richard Allen with the ship name being Colchis.

REPORT AND LIST of the Passengers taken on board the Cholchy of Boston whereof Elias D. Knight is Master, burthen Four Hundred and Twenty One tons and 59th of a ton, bound from the Port of Liverpool for New York.
Name: Richard Allan
Arrival date: 26th April 1836
Born: abt 1790
Age: 46
Gender: Male
Occupation, trade or profession: Plumber
Country of which they severally belong: Somersetshire
Country of which they intend to become inhabitants: New York
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Cholchy
Remarks relevant to any etc: [too faint to read]

Name: Chas [Charles] Allan
Arrival date: 26th April 1836
Born: abt 1819
Age: 17
Gender: Male
Occupation, trade or profession: Painter
Country of which they severally belong: Somersetshire
Country of which they intend to become inhabitants: New York
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Cholchy
Remarks relevant to any etc: [too faint to read]


Charles reverted to his own surname by the time he was noted in official documents in the USA. His son in law Henry De Baun refers to Charles in a sworn affadavit in 1917 as "That my said wife's father was born in England, and became a naturalized citizen of the United States and resided in said County of Rockland about fifty years, until his death" (ref Ancestry U.S. Passport Applications for Watson Edwin DeBaun).

In the 1840 US census, Richard and Charles are not found in Nyack. However, heads of families include Thomas Collier (see below), Isaac Lydecker, John Lydecker and Abraham Lydecker on the same page.

Charles Chapple married Sarah Amanda LYDECKER on 2 Apr 1843 in Nyack, Rockland County, New York, USA, as follows: "At Nyack, April 2nd, by the Rev. Charles S. Hegeman, Mr. Charles Chapple to Miss Sarah Amanda Lydecker, both of the former place" (from the newspaper "Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church") (personal ref 2016/1).

She was born 16 Nov 1821 in Rockland, New York, USA, dau of Harmanus Lydecker & Eve Myers (ref APT and B.Chapple 2011).

In 1841 there is a reference in "Abstracts of Rockland Co." as follows to money owed by Charles Chapple by Thomas Collier:
"No. 890. fol. 82
Charles Chapple of Nyack, creditor of the decedent,
Estate of Thomas Collier of Nyack.
Aug. 7, 1841" (ref John Chapple 2013)

Charles was naturalized 23 Oct 1844 in the Superior Court, New York County; ref C140; Vol or Bundle No 10; copy of Record No. 253; address N.Y.C.; former nationality English; witness Robt. H. Nicholls, N.Y.C. (ref Ancestry).

Ref 1850 US Federal Census, Orangetown, Rockland, New York (ref Ancestry).
Together with children Mary A (7), James A (5), Charles E (4), Margaret L (2), Rachel E (0):
Charles Chapple. Age 31. Painter. Born in England.
Sarah Chapple. Age 28. Born in New York.

Ref 1860 US Federal Census, Nyack, Orangetown, Rockland, New York (ref Ancestry).
Together with children Mary A (17), James A (15), Charles E (14), Margaret L (12), Rachel E (10), Richard D (7), Victoria F (2):
Charles Chappel. Age 42. Painter. Born in England.
Sarah A Chappel. Age 37. Born in N.York.

Ref 1870 US Federal Census, Nyack, Orangetown, Rockland, New York (ref Ancestry).
Together with children Mary A (27), Rachael E (20), Richard D (17), Victoria (12):
Charles Chapple. Age 50. Salesman. Born in England.
Sarah A Chapple. Age 47. Keeping House. Born in New York.

Ref 1880 US Federal Census, Nyack, Rockland, New York (ref Ancestry).
Together with children Mary A (37), Rachel E (30), Richard D (27):
Charles Chapple. Husband. Age 60. St.Bt. [Steam Boat] Steward. Born in England.
Sarah A Chapple. Wife. Age 57. keeps House. Born in N.Y.

Charles died 15 Mar 1886 in Nyack, Rockland County, New York, USA and was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Nyack (ref B.Chapple 2011).

Other census records for Sarah Amanda Chapple: 1892, 2nd Election District, Orangetown, Rockland County, New York State; 1894, Elysian Ave, Nyack; 1897, 1902-3: 57 Elysian Ave, Nyack (ref B.Chapple).

Ref 1900 US Federal Census, Orangetown, Rockland, New York (ref Ancestry).
Together with children Mary A (57), Rachael E (50):
Sarah A Chappell. Head. Age 78. Wd. Born Nov 1821 in New York.
Elmira M Lydecker. Sister. Age 79. S. Born Oct 1820 in New York.

Ref 1910 US Federal Census, Orangetown, Rockland, New York (ref Ancestry).
Together with dau Rachael (60):
Sarah A Chapple. Mother. Age 88. Wd. Born in New York. Children 7 born, 5 living.

Sarah died 23 Nov 1914 in South Nyack Village, Orangetown, Rockland County, New York, and was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Nyack (ref B.Chapple 2011).







    Children:  
  1. Mary Ann CHAPPLE born 1843 in New York, USA  
  2. James Albert CHAPPLE born 1844 in New York, USA  
  3. Charles Edwin CHAPPLE born 1845 in New York, USA  
  4. Margaret Louisa CHAPPLE born 1847 in New York, USA  
  5. Rachel Eleanor CHAPPLE born 1850 in New York, USA  
  6. Richard Doranda CHAPPLE born 1852 in New York, USA  
  7. Victoria F. CHAPPLE born 1858 in New York, USA
 
2.   Elizabeth Jane CHAPPLE
Bap 5 Nov 1820 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address 2 Northampton Street, occupation Plumber (ref B.Chapple 2011).
 
3.   Edwin CHAPPLE
Occupation: Tailor (1841-1857), Police Officer (1857-1881).
Bap 5 Feb 1823 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address 2 Northampton Street, occupation Plumber (ref B.Chapple 2011).

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Walcot. Registration district of Bath. Sub-registration district of Lansdown. Address Northampton Street, Walcot.
Together with his mother and siblings:
Edwin Chapple. Age 15. Tailor Apr. Born in Somerset.

Marr reg Dec 1848 at Marylebone dist (ref FreeBMD). Marr 6 Nov 1848 in St Andrews Church, Marylebone, London, to Sarah BENNETT (ref Ancestry London Marriages). The groom was of full age, bachelor, a Tailor, son of Richard Chapple, Builder. The bride was of full age, a spinster, dau of John Bennett, a Builder. Both were of Castle (?) Street (ref Ancestry London Marriages). Sarah was born c1831 at Pimlico (ref 1851 census). The birth of Edwin John gives her middle name as Maria. Note that Sarah was claiming to be "Mrs Chapple" some 18 months prior to their actual marriage.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St James Westminster. City of Westminster. Address 92 Berwick Street, Westminster.
Together with children Edwin (3), Sarah (2), Eliza (3 mths):
Edwin Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 28. Tailor. Born Bath.
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Age 20. Born Pimlico.

Edwin put his sister Fanny's name down as his mother on his application to join the Metropolitan Police (ref John Chapple 2013).

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St George Bloomsbury. Address: 45 Russell Square, Bloomsbury, London.
Together with children Frederick (8), Eliza (10), William (6), Alice (2 mon):
Edward Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 33. Policeman (in charge of house [?]). Born Somerset, Walcot.
[incorrect entry for Edwin]
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 30 Born Middlesex, Westminster.
Foster Stephens. Visitor. Un. Age 27. Plasterer. Born Gloucestershire, Bristol.

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Paul Covent Garden. Address: 28 Bedford St, London.
Together with children William C (15), Alice C (10), Sarah R (4), Georgina E (6 mon):
Edwin Chaple (sic). Head. Age 45. Serjeant of Police. Born Somerset, Bath.
Sarah Chaple. Wife. Age 40. Born Middlesex, London.

Ref 1881 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Pancras. Address 13 London St, St Pancras.
Together with children Rosaline (14), Georgiana (11), Beatrice (8):
Edwin Chapple. Head. Mar. Age 53. Inspector of Police. Born Somersetshire, Bath.
Sarah Chapple. Wife. Mar. Age 50 Born Middlesex, Pimlico.

Edwin died 30 Jul 1886 at 7 Ravensfield Villas, Hendon, Middlesex. Death reg of Edwin Chapple Sep qtr 1886 at Hendon dist aged 63 (ref FreeBMD).
"CHAPPLE Edwin. Personal Estate 71 10s. 26 November. Administration of the Personal Estate of Edwin Chapple late of 7 Ravensfield-villas Church-lane Hendon in the County of Middlesex who died 30 July 1886 at 7 Ravensfield-villas was granted at the Principal Registry to Frederick Chapple of 21 Dornton-road Balham in the County of Surrey Tobacconist the Son and one of the Next of Kin." (ref Ancestry National Probate)

Ref 1891 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Hammersmith. Registration district of Fulham. Address: 23 Brooklyn Road, London.
Sarah Chapple. Head. Wid. Age 60 Living on own means. Born London, Hammersmith.

In 1899 she was Executor for her daughter Sarah Rosalind:
"CHAPPLE Sarah Rosalind of 10 Grove End-road St. John's Wood Middlesex spinster died 21 August 1899 Administration London 10 November to Sarah Chapple [mother] widow Effects 450." (ref Ancestry National Probate). She then looked after Sarah Rosalind's son Adrian; his name was changed to GORE.

Ref 1901 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Fulham. Address: 25 Harbledown Rd, Fulham.
Sarah Chapple. Head. Wid. Age 70. Living on own means. Born Norwich.
Adrian Gore. Grandson. S. Age 10. Born London, Hampstead.

Ref 1911 census. London, England. Parish of Fulham. Registration district of Fulham. Address: 34 Studdridge Street Fulham SW.
Together with her grandson Adrian Gore (20):
Sarah Chapple. Head. Widow. Age 80. Born Pimlico London.

Death reg of Sarah Chapple Mar qtr 1915 at Fulham dist aged 84 (ref FreeBMD). No probate found.
Sarah died 8 Feb 1915 at 34 Studdridge St, South Fulham, London (ref B.Chapple 2006).




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    Children:  
  1. Edwin John CHAPPLE born 1847 at Saint Pancras, Middlesex  
  2. Sarah Frances CHAPPLE born 1849 at St Anne Westminster, London  
  3. Eliza Jane CHAPPLE born 1850 at St James Westminster, London  
  4. Frederick Foster CHAPPLE born c1853 at St James Westminster, London  
  5. William Charles CHAPPLE born 1855 at Marylebone, Middlesex  
  6. Alice Clara CHAPPLE born 1861 at Bloomsbury, Middlesex  
  7. Sarah Rosaline CHAPPLE born 1867 at Westminster, Middlesex  
  8. Georgina Elizabeth CHAPPLE born 1870 at Westminster, Middlesex  
  9. Beatrice Mary Ann CHAPPLE born 1872 at Marylebone, Middlesex
 
4.   Mary Anne CHAPPLE
Bap 25 Dec 1824 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address 2 Northampton St, Bath, occupation Plumber (ref B.Chapple 2011).

Ref 1841 census. Shropshire, England. Civil parish of St Chad. Registration district of Shrewsbury. Address: Market Street, St Chad, Shrewsbury.
Together with Mary & George Fox and their daughter:
Mary Chapple. Age 15. F.S. Not born in Shropshire.
[Mary Fox and Mary Chapple were 1st cousins through Jane Grigg, see the Cornish tree for Mary Smith on page 8]

Marr reg Sep qtr 1848 at S Pancras dist to George EDDOWES (ref FreeBMD). Marr 19 Sep 1848 at St Pancras Parish Church Middlesex of Mary Ann Chapple to George Eddowes; the groom was of full age, bachelor, Draper, abode St Chad Shrewsbury, son of Richard Eddowes, Dead; the bride was of full age, spinster, of St Pancras, dau of Richard Chapple, Dead (ref Ancestry London Marriages and IGI). George was born c1816 at Worthen Salop (ref most census recs). In 1841 census at Worthen he appears age 25 with Thomas Eddowes, farmer age 60, Mary age 55, and Richard age 25.

Ref 1851 census. Shropshire, England. Parish of Shrewsbury St Chad. Town of Shrewsbury. Address: Mardol, St Chad, Shrewsbury.
Together with son Geo. A. (1) and nephew Willm Eddowes (11), 2 apprentices and 2 servants:
Geo. Eddowes. Head. M. Age 35. Mercer. Born Salop, Brownlow.
[incorrectly indexed as Geo Edwards]
Marianne Edwards (sic). Wife. Age 26. Born Bath.
[incorrect listing for Eddowes]

Ref 1861 census. Shropshire, England. Parish of St Alkmund. Town of Shrewsbury. Address: Pride Hall, Shrewsbury.
Together with sons George A (12), William C (10), Walter C (8), Ernest D (4), and 4 assistants and a servant:
George Eddowes. Head. Mar. Age 44. Mercer + 4 assistants + 4 boys. Born Salop, Worthen.
[incorrectly indexed as George Addona]
Marianne Eddowes. Wife. Mar. Age 36. Born Somerset, Bath.
[incorrectly indexed as Mariana Addona]

Ref 1871 census. Shropshire, England. Civil Parish of St Alkmond. Town of Shrewsbury. Address: Pride Hill, Shrewsbury.
Together with sons William (19), Walter (18), Ernest (14), and 3 workers and a servant:
George Eddowes. Head. Mar. Age 55. Draper. Born Salop, Worthen.
AND
Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of St Giles in The Fields. Address: 443 Oxford St (Hotel), St Giles in The Fields, London.
Together with son George A (20):
Mary A Eddowes. Mother. Mar. Age 45. Draper. Born Bath, Somersetshire.

Ref 1881 census. Shropshire, England. Civil Parish of Shrewsbury St Julian. Address: Fern Villas Oak St, Shrewsbury.
Together with sons William C (30), Ernest D (24), and a servant:
George Eddowes. Head. Mar. Age 65. Retired Draper. Born Salop, Worthen.
Mary A. Eddowes. Wife. Mar. Age 55. Born Somerset, Bath.
[all incorrectly indexed as Edwards]

George EDDOWES was Mayor of Shrewsbury 1882/3.

Ref 1891 census. Shropshire, England. Civil Parish of Holy Cross and St Giles. Town of Shrewsbury. Address: Caerleon House, Shrewsbury.
Together with son William C (39), grandsons Percy G (5), Cecil W (3), and 2 servants:
George Eddowes. Father. M. Age 74. Living on own means. Born Shrewsbury.
Mariann Eddowes. Mother. M. Age 65. Born Somersetshire.
Together with 2 servants.

George's death reg Mar qtr 1899 at Atcham District age 83 (ref FreeBMD).
Died 28 Mar 1899 at Caerleon House, Monkmoor Rd, Shrewsbury (ref his Death Cert from John Chapple).
Mary Ann's death reg Jun qtr 1899 at Atcham District age 74 (ref FreeBMD).
Died 30 Mar 1899 at Monkmoor Rd, Shrewsbury (ref her Death Cert from John Chapple).




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    Children:  
  1. George Alfred EDDOWES born 1849 at Saint Chad, Shrewsbury  
  2. William Chapple EDDOWES born 1851 at Saint Chad, Shrewsbury  
  3. Walter Charles EDDOWES born 1852 at Saint Chad, Shrewsbury  
  4. Ernest Dickin EDDOWES born 1856 at Saint Alkmund, Shrewsbury
 
5.   Frances (Fanny) Judith CHAPPLE
Bap 2 Apr 1826 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address 2 Northampton Street, occupation Plumber (ref B.Chapple 2011).

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Walcot. Registration district of Bath. Sub-registration district of Lansdown. Address Northampton Street, Walcot.
Together with her mother and siblings:
Frances Chapple. Age 15. Dressm Apr. Born in Somerset.

In 1844 she was present at the death of her mother in Bath.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St Marylebone. Ecclesiastical District of St Marys, Bishop of London. Town of London. Address: 24 Portman St, London.
In the home of Ann Brown (55), Embroideress:
Fanny Chappel (sic). Servant. U. Age 26. Born Bath, Somersetshire.
AND
Ref 1851 census. Somerset, England. Parish of Trinity Walcot. City of Bath. Address: 4 Kingsmead St, Bath.
Together with Edwin's sister Hannah (21) and nephew Richard (1):
Elizabeth Exon. Widow. Un. Age 48. Straw Bonnett Maker. Born St Jas Bath.
Edwin Exon. Son. Un. Age 18. Porter. Born St Jas Bath.

Marr 26 July 1852, at Bath, to Edwin EXON, born 5 Mar 1833 at Bath, Somerset, baptised 1833, son of Richard EXON, plasterer, and Elizabeth SANDFORD. Edwin's sister Ann Maria (Hannah) married Fanny's brother Richard.

Edwin's father, Richard Exon, was born at Little Stoke, Somerset about 1784, and enlisted in the Grenadier Guards (1st Regiment of Foot Guards) on 9 Dec 1813 at the age of 29. He served in the Army for 12 years and 84 days and fought in the Battle of Waterloo which gained him an extra 2 years service. He was discharged in 1825 in consequence of Asthma & Disease of the Sternum. His description is as follows: "He is about forty one years of age, is five feet nine inches in height, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion, and by trade or occupation a labourer." (Ref John Chapple from military discharge records on findmypast.) He married Elizabeth Sandford on 12 Jul 1828 at Bath St James (ref findmypast).

Fanny and Edwin departed Bristol on 10 Aug 1852 on the Winchester, arr Melbourne 20 Jan 1853.
After Richard (brother of Frances) and his second wife Matilda Chapple had died, their younger orphaned children came under the care of Edwin and Frances.
Edwin was the Superintendent of the Melbourne Orphanage Asylum. For an extensive description of his life and his work at the orphanage, download the attached document. Edwin travelled extensively in 1887 and 1888 throughout the world, and many newspaper articles about his life, travels and work are available on Trove at
http://trove.nla.gov.au/.

Frances died 18 July 1896, at their residence, Windermere St, Middle Brighton, Victoria, Australia (Vic reg 8785), bur 20 July 1896 at St Kilda General Cem.

Edwin died 18 May 1910 at Sandringham, Victoria, Australia (Vic reg 7626). .



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    Children:  
  1. Elizabeth Mary Ann EXON born 1855 at Prahran, Victoria, Australia  
  2. Jane EXON born 1858 at Prahran, Victoria, Australia
 
6.   William CHAPPLE
Bap 3 Feb 1828 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address 2 Northampton Street, occupation Plumber (ref B.Chapple).
Occ. storekeeper, fruiterer, grocer.

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Walcot. Registration district of Bath. Sub-registration district of Lansdown. Address Northampton Street, Walcot.
Together with his mother and siblings:
Willm Chapple. Age 13. Shoe M Apr. Born in Somerset.

1851 census record not found.

William arr. Melbourne, Victoria in Apr 1855 on the Gipsy Queen age 28 (ref Victorian unassisted shipping records).
There is no record of William in the Ballarat Directories of 1856 and 1857.

In 1860 there is a reference to William Chapple:
"DISTRICT POLICE COURT. Monday, 14th May. (Before the Police Magistrate.) FURIOUS DRIVING.- William Chapple, for driving furiously through the streets, was discharged, as the horse had bolted." (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Tue 15 May 1860)

William and Richard tried their hands in a gold mining company in March 1861 at forty pounds each:
"THE BUTE GOLD MINING COMPANY, BROWN'S. - We, the Undersigned being a majority in number and value of the shareholders in the Bute Gold Mining Company, situate at Brown's, hereby comment that the said company shall be registered under the provisions of an Act intituled an Act to Limit the Liability of Mining Partnership, made and passed in the 24th year of the reign of Her Present Majesty Queen Victoria, and numbered one hundred and nine."
The list of 35 names includes Richard Chapple and William Chapple.
"THE BUTE GOLD MINING COMPANY, Brown's, (Limited.) - I, the undersigned James Smith, hereby make application to register the Bute Gold Mining Company, (Limited) under the provisions of the Mining Partnership Limited Liability Act, 1860, and I do solemnly and sincerely declare that the following statement is to the best of my belief and knowledge true in every particular:-
1. The name and style of the company is the Bute Gold Mining Company, (Limited)
2. The place of operations is at Brown's, in the mining district of Ballarat.
3. The nominal capial of the company is four thousand pounds, in one hundred shares of forty pounds each.
4. The amound already paid up is two thousand eight hundred and seven pounds ten shillings.
5. The name of the manager is James Smith.
6. The office of the company is at Lydiard street, Ballarat.
7. The names and several residences of the shareholders, and the number of shares held by each at this date are as follows:"
The list of names includes 1 share to William Chapple of Raglan st., Ballarat, and 1 share to Richard Chapple of the same street.
(ref Trove: The Star, Ballarat, Sat 9 Mar 1861)

Further note about the BUTE GOLD MINING COMPANY in 1867: "By telegram we learn that the Bute Gold-mining Company's property was, with the exception of the office, entirely consumed, and a loss incurred of about 800. The engine-driver was alone on the claim when the fire brok out, the cause of which is unknown." (The Argus Melbourne Fri 4 Jan 1867)

By the following month in 1861, William's address was given as Eyre street:

"BALLARAT YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. - A Soiree in connection with the above association, will be held in the Baptist Chapel, Dawson street, (Rev. W.Sutton's), on Tuesday, 30th April, 1861. Tea on the table at six p.m. precisely. After tea the chair will be taken by the president, and addresses will be delivered on various subjects by members of the association and others. Tickets can be obtained from Messrs Vale, Sturt street; Birtchnell, Mechanics' Institute Reserve; J. H. Hammond, Main road; Wm. Hardie, Armstrong street; A. Kay, Raglan street; W. Chapple, confectioner, Eyre street; J. Little, fancy bazaar, Armstrong street; and of the secretaries and members of committee. Single tickets, 2s 6d; double ticket, admitting a lady and gentleman, 4s. Robert M. Walker, Frrederick Stocks, Hon. Secs." (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Mon 29 Apr 1861; this article provides a link between the Chapple and Little families; William Chapple's son Frederick Joseph married John Little's granddaughter Fanny Beatrice in 1910).

In the 1862 Ballarat Directory, is the entry 'Chapple, William, pastrycook etc' in Eyre Street (East to West, Right Hand).

The following reports confirm that William's shop was on the corner of Eyre and Armstrong streets:
"Early on Monday morning some thief or thieves entered the shop of Mr W. Chapple, at the corner of Eyre street, and stole a quantity of tobacco, and other property, valued at 7." (Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Tue 23 Sep 1862)
"LICENSES. A refreshment license was granted to Mr Chapple for premises at the corner of Eyre and Armstrong streets. (Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Fri 26 Sep 1862).

Marr 20 Oct 1863 at residence of William Tarrant, Drummond St, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia (Vic reg 4065) to Mary Ann TARRANT, born 10 Oct 1835 at Oxford, England (dau of William TARRANT and Mary Ann MOBLEY), occ. housekeeper. Witnesses to the marriage were William Tarrant and Mary Ann Symons.
"MARRIAGE. On 20th October, by the Rev. M. W. Bradney, at the residence of the bride's father, William Chapple, late of Bath, to Mary Ann Tarrant, eldest daughter of Mr William Tarrant, late of the city of Oxford. Home papers please copy." (ref Trove, The Star Ballarat, Wed 21 Oct 1863).

It is not certain when Mary Ann emigrated to Victoria, although her parents and other siblings arrived on 2 Sep 1857 on the Hornet. See TARRANT tree for further information.

They had a stillborn child, born and died at Eyre St, Ballarat; bur 24 June 1864 at Ballarat Old Cemetery, location unknown, address of child Eyre St (ref cem records).

The Star is only indexed up to 1864 in Trove.
In the 1865-66 Ballarat directory, there are two listings for William Chapple, grocer, both referring to the corner of Armstrong St and Eyre St.
In 1870 William became insolvent. The report is in Trove (The Argus, 29 Oct 1870):
"NEW INSOLVENTS (Schedule filed in Ballarat.) William Chapple, of Sturt-street, Ballarat, fruiterer and confectioner. Liabilities, 183 19s. 1d.; assets, 10; deficiency 173 19s. 1d."

William died 2 Feb 1875 at Cecil St, Emerald Hill, Victoria (now South Melbourne) ("disease of the heart (valvular) exhaustion"), bur 3 Feb 1875 St Kilda Cem (CofE C250) (ref death cert). He left 6 small children of whom 2 had died by 1877.

Mary Ann died 1918 at Armadale, Victoria (Vic reg 11356).

FROM WHOM FRED SHADE IS DESCENDED.



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SEE TARRANT TREE
    Children:  
  1. Edwin Exon CHAPPLE born 1865 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  2. Arthur William CHAPPLE born 1867 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  3. Edith Annie CHAPPLE born 1869 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  4. Frederick Joseph CHAPPLE born 1871 at Ballarat West, Victoria  
  5. Walter Herbert CHAPPLE born 1873 at Ballarat, Victoria  
  6. Ernest Bertram CHAPPLE born 1874 at Ballarat, Victoria  
7.   Richard CHAPPLE
Bap 2 Aug 1829 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address 3 Northampton Street, occupation Plumber (ref B.Chapple 2011).

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Walcot. Registration district of Bath. Sub-registration district of Lansdown. Address Northampton Street, Walcot.
Together with his mother and siblings:
Richd Chapple. Age 11. Born in Somerset.

Marr (1) 19 Mar 1849 in Church of St Mary, Parish of Stanton, District of Clutton, Somersetshire to Ann Maria EXON, born c1829 at Bath, Somerset, bap 24 May 1829 (dau of Richard EXON, plasterer, and Elizabeth SANDFORD and sister of Edwin EXON who married Frances CHAPPLE; Richard was a pensioner of London in 1865).

Ref 1851 census. Somerset, England. Parish of St Michael, Bath. Address: 8 New Bond St, Bath.
Together with William Amery, Confectioner, and 15 people in total:
Richard Chapel. Serv. Mar. Age 21. Working Confectioner. Born Bath, Somerset.

Ref 1851 census. Somerset, England. Parish of Trinity Walcot. City of Bath. Address: 4 Kingsmead St, Bath.
[with no mention of Richard in this entry]
Hannah Chappel (sic). Wife. Mar. Age 21. Straw Bonnett Maker. Born St Jas Bath.
Richard Chappel (sic). Son. Un. Age 1. Born St Jas Bath.
Elizabeth Exon. Widow. Un. Age 48. Straw Bonnett Maker. Born St Jas Bath.
Edwin Exon. Son. Un. Age 18. Porter. Born St Jas Bath.
[the last two being the mother and brother of Hannah/Ann.]

Richard, wife and 3 children (Richard, Frances and Edwin) departed London on the Tasmania on 18 Feb 1855 and arrived in Melbourne, Victoria on 10 May 1855. They lived in Geelong, and moved to Ballarat between 1857 and 1858.

In Sep 1858, Richard was involved in an occurrence in Ballarat which shows that he was living there from at latest July 1858:
"The Body Found in the Coach – Inquest
An inquest upon the body which was found dead in a coach, as reported in our Wednesday’s issue, was held before the coroner at the Georges Hotel, on the 29th inst. Mr Richard Chapple, confectioner, identified the body as that of a person named Tempest Graham, who had been about four years in the colony, and whom he had known for some three months. He had mentioned to the witness that he had formerly been an officer in the Navy, and was suspended for fighting a duel with a brother officer. He was at the witnesses’ house on the previous Sunday and left about mid-day, after which he never saw him alive. He had never seen him in liquor, nor was he addicted to drinking. Had no profession or calling and worked at every job he can get. Mr Brunig deposed to noticing the man asleep at the bottom of the old coach at the back of Mr Eaves’, Armstrong Street. This was about eight o’clock in the morning. He was lying on the floor of the coach between the seats, and breathing very hardly. He thought him in liquor, and took no notice, until he heard of the dead body being found there. Dr Dimock made a post mortem examination, and deposed that he found a black handkerchief tied tightly round his neck, but not so as to cause strangulation. There was blood oozing from the nostrils. He judged the cause of death to be sanguineous apoplexy, arising from extreme congestion of the membranes of the brain. A verdict in accordance with the foregoing evidence was returned."
(ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Vic, Thursday 30th Sep 1858)

In 1859, Richard was working as a confectioner at Mair street, Ballarat:
"Presbyterian Soiree. ... About 200 persons sat down to an ample repast, supplied by Mr Chapple, of Mair street, each alternate seat being spread with edibles, and each other being left vacant for the guests." (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Thur 5 May 1859)

Likewise in 1860:
"The Western Fire Brigade Ball and Supper... Dancing was kept up with spirit till about midnight, when the company adjourned to the supper rooms, where an ample refection had been prepared by Messrs Chapple, confectioners, Mair street." (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Sat 15 Dec 1860)

Likewise in 1861, with the coincidence of a member of the Cazaly family (Peter) providing the entertainment:
"Parliamentary Club Soiree. .. ... company sat down to tables amply furnished by Mr Chapple with the good things usually provided on such occasions. The business of the evening was agreeably enlivened by songs by Messrs D. and A. Oliver, Cazaly, and Pope, who were accompanied on the piano by Mr Turner, conductor of the Philharmonic Society." (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Tue 3 Sep 1861)

William and Richard tried their hands in a gold mining company in March 1861 at forty pounds each:
"THE BUTE GOLD MINING COMPANY, BROWN'S. - We, the Undersigned being a majority in number and value of the shareholders in the Bute Gold Mining Company, situate at Brown's, hereby comment that the said company shall be registered under the provisions of an Act intituled an Act to Limit the Liability of Mining Partnership, made and passed in the 24th year of the reign of Her Present Majesty Queen Victoria, and numbered one hundred and nine."
The list of 35 names includes Richard Chapple and William Chapple.
"THE BUTE GOLD MINING COMPANY, Brown's, (Limited.) - I, the undersigned James Smith, hereby make application to register the Bute Gold Mining Company, (Limited) under the provisions of the Mining Partnership Limited Liability Act, 1860, and I do solemnly and sincerely declare that the following statement is to the best of my belief and knowledge true in every particular:-
1. The name and style of the company is the Bute Gold Mining Company, (Limited)
2. The place of operations is at Brown's, in the mining district of Ballarat.
3. The nominal capial of the company is four thousand pounds, in one hundred shares of forty pounds each.
4. The amound already paid up is two thousand eight hundred and seven pounds ten shillings.
5. The name of the manager is James Smith.
6. The office of the company is at Lydiard street, Ballarat.
7. The names and several residences of the shareholders, and the number of shares held by each at this date are as follows:"
The list of names includes 1 share to William Chapple of Raglan st., Ballarat, and 1 share to Richard Chapple of the same street.
(ref Trove: The Star, Ballarat, Sat 9 Mar 1861)

Further note about the BUTE GOLD MINING COMPANY in 1867: "By telegram we learn that the Bute Gold-mining Company's property was, with the exception of the office, entirely consumed, and a loss incurred of about 800. The engine-driver was alone on the claim when the fire brok out, the cause of which is unknown." (The Argus Melbourne Fri 4 Jan 1867)

The following notice appeard in 1861, but the reason for it is not known:
"TO PREVENT MISTAKES. RICHARD CHAPPLE, Pastry Cook and Confectioner. Begs respectfully to inform his customers and the public in general, that he has not removed from Mair street, and trusts by keeping goods at prices to suit the times, to merit a continuance of that patronage so liberally bestowed on him for the last four years.
N.B. - Wedding breakfasts, ball suppers, teas, &c, Supplied on the most Reasonable Terms." (ref Trove, Star, Ballarat, Sat 10 Aug 1861)

In the 1862 Ballarat Directory is the entry 'Chapple, R., pastry cook and confectioner' in Mair Street.
In 1863 Richard was still working as a confectioner:
"Borough Council of Ballarat. .. From R. Chapple, asking permission to erect a booth for the sale of confectionary in the Botanical Gardens on New Year's Day." (ref Trove, The Star, Ballarat, Tue 22 Dec 1863)

They had five known stillborn children, all born in Ballarat, and buried at Ballarat Old Cemetery on (1) 4 Nov 1861, (2) 24 Nov 1862, (3) 1 Aug 1863, possible twin to Janet, (4) 27 July 1864, (5) 10 Apr 1865 (ref cemetery records, location unknown, only information given is address of Ballarat).

Curiously, the following notice has been found in the Star, Ballarat, in 1864. It is unclear why this would have occurred (it was not specified as an insolvent estate), unless it is referring to another Richard Chapple, perhaps the father of this one?:
"WEDNESDAY, 23rd MARCH. By order of the Trustees in the Estate of RICHARD CHAPPLE.
J.S. Carver has received instructions to sell by auction, on the premises, Raglan street, next to the Red House Baker, on Wednesday, 23rd March, at 12 o'clock,
The equity of redemption of allotment 10, section 20, on which is erected shop and dwelling -- a first-class position for business.
Immediately after the above,
Shop glasses, Lolly and biscuit machines, baking tins, cutters and dockers, trucks, skillets, pans, mortar, stove, trough, sponge pans, patty pans, Cape hoops and tins, shop stove, scales, and weights, tanks." (ref Trove, Star, Ballarat, Mon 21 Mar 1864)
And further to this:
"IN the Estate of RICHARD CHAPPLE, a first and final dividend is now payable at the office of the undersigned, Armstrong street. F. M. CLAXTON and CO." (Trove, Star, Ballarat, Tue 17 May 1864).

The Star is only indexed up to 1864 in Trove. There is never more than one Richard Chapple in the Ballarat directories searched from 1856-1866.

In the 1865-66 Ballarat directory is the entry 'Chapple, Richard, confectioner, Raglan Street'. This might have referred to the business above which was sold in 1864.
Richard's residence was Ballaarat West in 1865.

Ann Maria died 2 Nov 1865 at Ballaarat West, Victoria, Australia (Vic reg 8042). She was buried 5 Nov 1865 at Ballarat Old Cemetery (CofE) (ref her Death Certificate) or 4 Nov as recorded at the Old Cemetery. The details are: age 36; Area CEN, Sec 7, Row 2, Grave 20, with husband Richard and his daughter Florence, headstone CHAPPEL.

Richard marr (2) 20 Oct 1866 at 34 Macarthur St Ballarat North, (Vic reg 3444) to Matilda Ada SAVILL, born 4 July 1844 at 1 Sun Row, Tibberton Square, Islington East, London, England (dau of Edward SAVILL, plumber, and Mrs Mary Ann OAKWELL nee SANDFORD); she arr at Hobsons Bay, Melbourne on 11 July 1865 on the Oceanica which had departed Liverpool on 3 April 1865. Richard Chapple's two wives, Ann Maria EXON and Matilda Ada SAVILL, were first cousins, their mothers being sisters.

In 1877 Richard became insolvent. The report is in Trove (The Argus, 18 Sep 1877):
"NEW INSOLVENTS. Richard Chapple, confectioner, Ballarat. Causes of insolvency - Losses in business and pressure of creditors. Liabilities 246 2s. 6d.; assets, 2; deficiency, 244 2s. 6d, Mr. H. Levinson, assignee."

Richard died 23 May 1881 at Eyre St, City of Ballarat, Victoria (Vic reg 3467), bur 24 May 1881 at Ballarat. His death cert incorrectly gives his mother as Fanny Craig instead of Jane Grigg. His cemetery details are: age 53, occupation Confectioner, Area CEN, Sec 7, Row 2, Grave 20, with wife Ann Maria and his daughter Florence, headstone CHAPPEL.

After Richard's death Matilda and the surviving children moved from Ballarat to Melbourne (ref Barry Chapple).

Matilda died 10 Feb 1885 at Richmond, Victoria aged 40 (Vic reg 3081), bur 11 Feb 1885 at Melbourne General Cemetery (Church of England). The younger surviving children came under the guardianship of Edwin and Frances EXON, Frances being Richard's sister (ref Barry Chapple).
"CHAPPLE - On the 10th inst., at Rowena Parade, Richmond, Matilda Ada, relict of the late Richard Chapple, of Ballarat, aged 39 years." (ref Trove, The Argus, 11 Feb 1885)



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    Children by Ann Maria Exon:  
  1. Richard CHAPPLE born 1849 at Bath, Somerset  
  2. Frances Judith CHAPPLE born 1852 at Bath, Somerset  
  3. Henry (1) CHAPPLE born c1854 at Bath, Somerset  
  4. Edwin William CHAPPLE born 1854 at Bath, Somerset  
  5. Henry (2) CHAPPLE born c1857 at Geelong, Victoria, Australia  
  6. Jane CHAPPLE born c1860 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
  7. Janet CHAPPLE born 1863 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
    Children by Matilda Ada Savill:  
  8. Edgar George CHAPPLE born 1867 at Ballarat West, Victoria, Australia  
  9. Maud Matilda CHAPPLE born 1869 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
  10. Adeline Frances CHAPPLE born 1870 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
  11. Florence Louisa CHAPPLE born 1872 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
  12. Rachel CHAPPLE born 1874 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
  13. Emily CHAPPLE born 1875 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
  14. Ernest William CHAPPLE born 1877 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia  
  15. Percy Herbert CHAPPLE born 1879 at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
 
8.   Henry John (1) CHAPPLE
Bap 8 Apr 1832 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, address 3 Northampton Street (ref B.Chapple 2011).
Died 1833, buried 11 March 1833 at Bath aged 1 year (ref Walcot Parish Church register).
 
9.   Henry John (2) CHAPPLE
Bap 26 Feb 1834 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, son of Richard Chapple & Jane Chapple (ref FamilySearch I02135-6); address 2 Northampton Street (ref B.Chapple 2011).

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Walcot. Registration district of Bath. Sub-registration district of Lansdown. Address Northampton Street, Walcot.
Together with his mother and siblings:
Henry Chapple. Age 7. Born in Somerset.

Ref 1851 census. Devonshire, England. Parish of Bideford. Registration district of Bideford. Address: Quay, Bideford.
In the home of William Hooper (29), Auctioneer Pawn Broker &c:
Henry Chapple. Servant. Unm. Age 18. Pawn, Assistant Shopman. Born Bath Somerset.

Came to Victoria 1853 on the Roxburgh Castle.
Occ. barman.
Not married.
Died 20 Dec 1869 in hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Bur 21 Dec 1869 at St Kilda Cem (CofE C250).




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10.   Eliza CHAPPLE
Bap 1 May 1836 at Walcot Parish Church, Bath, Somerset, dau of Richard Chappell & Jane Chappell (ref FamilySearch I02135-6); address 2 Northampton Street (ref B.Chapple 2011).

Ref 1841 census. Somerset, England. Civil parish of Walcot. Registration district of Bath. Sub-registration district of Lansdown. Address Northampton Street, Walcot.
Together with her mother and siblings:
Eliza Chapple. Age 5. Born in Somerset.

Ref 1851 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St George Hanover Square. City of Westminster. Address: 28 Grosvenor St West, Hanover Square, London.
Together with an unrelated household of 8 others:
Eliza Chappel (sic). U. Age 15. Apprentice dressmaker. Born Somerset, Bath.

Marriage reg Sep qtr 1859 at Marylebone district to Thomas TOMES (ref FreeBMD). The marriage was 23 Aug 1859 at St Mary's Church, Marylebone, London; the groom was of full age, bachelor, Warehouseman, of 19 Weymouth St, son of William Tomes, Whitesmith; the bride was of full age, spinster, of 24 Portman St, dau of Richard Chapple, Plumber (ref Ancestry London Marriages). He was born 1834, baptised 30 Mar 1834 at Leamington Priors, Warwick, England, son of William Tomes and Ellen (ref IGI).

Ref 1861 census. Middlesex, England. Parish of St John Hackney. Address: 1 Dalston Rise, Hackney.
Together with son Frank H (10 mths) and a servant:
Thomas Tomes. Head. Mar. Age 27. Scotch Muslin Warehouseman. Born Warwick, Leamington.
Eliza Tomes. Wife. Mar. Age 25. Born Somerset, Bath.

Eliza died 11 May 1862 at 1 Dalston Rise, Dalston, Middlesex (ref her Death Cert). Her death was reg Jun 1862 at Hackney district (ref FreeBMD).

Thomas remarried 12 Jan 1866 at St Johns Church Paddington to a widow, Emma Martin (nee WHEELER). They had no further children.

Ref 1871 census. London, England. Civil Parish of Marylebone. Address: 20 Wigmore St. Marylebone.
Together with his son Frank H (10) and a servant:
Thomas Tomes. Head. Mar. Age 37. Warehouseman to a Scotch and manchester muslin firm. Born Warwick, Leamington.
Emma Tomes. Wife. Mar. Age 38. Dressmaker. Born Oxon, Weston on the Green.

Ref 1881 census.Middlesex, England. Civil Parish of Tottenham. Address: Leamington Lodge, Page Green Estate, Tottenham.
Together with his children Frank H (20), Eliza (18) and a servant:
Thomas Tomes. Head. Married. Age 47. Draper employing 6 females. Born Warwickshire, Leamington.
Emma Tomes. Wife. Married. Age 48. Born Oxon, Weston on the Green.
[all incorrectly indexed as Jones]

Ref 1891 census. Hampshire, England. Civil Parish of Crondall. Town of Fleet. Address: Aldershott Rd, Fleet.
Thomas Tomes. Head. M. Age 57. Retired draper. Born Warwick, Leamington.
Emma Tomes. Wife. M. Age 58. Born Oxfordshire, Weston on the Green.

Ref 1901 census. Hampshire, England. Civil Parish of Fleet. Town of Fleet. Address: "Stoneleigh", Aldershot Rd, Fleet.
Thomas Tomes. Head. M. Age 67. Retired wholesale drapery warehouseman. Born Warwick, Leamington Spa.
Emma Tomes. Wife. M. Age 68. Born Oxon, Weston on the Green.

Thomas died 28 Sep 1906 at Aldershot Road, Fleet.

Ref 1911 census. Hampshire, England. Parish of Fleet. Registration district of Hartley Wintney. Address: Aldershot Road Fleet.
Emma Tomes. Head. Widow. Age 78. Independent Means. Born Weston on the Green Oxon.
Together with a Lady's Companion.

Thanks to Nicola Townsend, a descendant, for this section.
Emma Tomes, nee Wheeler, died 6 Mar 1925 at "Stoneleigh", Aldershot Road, Fleet, Hampshire (ref B. Chapple).




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1911 census
    Children:  
  1. Frank Henry TOMES born 1860 at Dalston, Middlesex  
  2. Eliza TOMES born 1862 at Dalston, Middlesex  



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