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Dr Paul M Chapman
I have been researching my family history for over twenty years following the trail through Africa, India, France and finally to the UK and Wales. I am hoping someone in your area would be able to provide any information on a Dr Paul M Chapman (B1852-D1932) and his wife Alice E Chapman (B1862-D?). I believe Alice E Chapman was born somewhere near Cascob, Radnorshire. Unfortunately I do not know what her maiden name was. I know that they had three sons, one of them (named for my great grand father) died at Suvla Bay in 1915. I believe his name was Philip Evershed Chapman. I have discovered that Dr Paul M Chapman was my great grandfather's brother (Philip Chapman B1844-D1889). My great grand father (Philip) traveled to South Africa in 1878 and had two children there ( Mary(B1880-1966) & Francis (1882-1938)). Unfortunately in April 1889 he took ill and returned to England and died in October 1889 at his brothers (Paul) residence/surgery at "1 St Johns St Hereford". All of Philip's descendents are from his son, Francis. His daughter had no children. I Hope these snippets may trigger some memories. Thank you for your time. Keran, Australia.

Posted: 2009
Cascob, Casgob, Radnorshire


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