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Chappell Family

This part of the Chappell family is from Manchester, UK.

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Chappell History

James Light Salthouse Chappell (James Chappell)

James Chappell was the son of Moses Chappell and Sarah Salthouse, born on the 31st August 1827 and christened on the 11th November 1827 at St James, Didsbury. On the 4th October 1854 James Chappell married Sarah Coe at Manchester Cathedral. He had previously been married to Ann O'Donnell and it is likely that he was widowed. (Certificates required).

James' connection with our Salthouse family is in 1859 when he lived at 15 Bark Street, Hulme, and was the informant of the death of Sophia Salthouse of 32 Renshaw St, Hulme. Two years later, in the 1861 census, James is living at 23 Bark Street, Hulme, with his wife and children, and he was self employed as a photographer. By 1871, however, he had moved to 13 Bright Street, Everton, where he still worked as a photographer and in 1875 he is listed as a photographer with a studio at 5 Kilshaw Street, Liverpool. In 1881 James seems to be living with his mother-in-law, Hannah Coe, at 1 Currier Lane, Ashton-Under-Lyne, and has changed his occupation to that of commission agent, but by 1891 he is again a photographic artist and living at 14 Charles Street, Blackpool. Finally, in 1901, the census returns show James as a widower, age 73, still working as a photographer but living with his daughter and son-in-law at 6 East Street, Fleetwood.

John Chappell

   
   
   
 

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