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23. Robert CHAPPLE [Parents] Born 1726 & died 1817, age 91. On 16/4/1759 when Robert was 33, he married Ann CHARLES, in Axminster. Born 1730, Ann died in 1804, age 74. They had the following children:


(1) Robert (2) Henry (3) John (4) William, born 1766. (5) Richard, born 1768. (6) Ann, born 1773.


24. Joel CHAPPLE [Parents]. Born 1734 & died in 1810, age 76. On 29/8/1765 when Joel was age about 31, he married Joan BAKER in Dalwood. Joan was born 1737. It’s not known when she died. They had the following child:


(1) Aserith, born 1766.

25. John CHAPPLE [Parents]. John’s baptism & death dates are unknown. John married Mary, marriage date & maiden name unknown.

They had the following children:


(1) John, born 1780. In 1805. (2) Francis, born 1787. (3) Thomas

26. William CHAPPLE [Parents]. Baptized 27/6/1737 & died 1800, age about 63. In 1769, when William was age about 32, he married Ann SALTER. Ann died 1795. They had the following children:


(1) Henry (2) Betty, born 1769. (3) Amos, born 14/6/1772 & died 1825, age 52. (4) Nancy, born 1777.


27. Henry CHAPPLE [Parents]. Henry died 1805. On 18/2/1764, Henry married Elizabeth JOY. Elizabeth died 1809. They had the following children:


(1) William (2) Mary, born 6/12/1766. (3) Ann, born 7/8/1767. (4) Betty, born 1/4/1769. (5) Esther, born 7/12/1770. (6) Henry, born 1/3/1773 & baptized 11/3/1773. Henry died 1/4/1773, age 1 month. (7) Samuel, born 29/5/1779, died 28/2/1798, age 18. (8) Richard


28. Amos CHAPPLE [Parents]. Baptized 27/9/1747. Amos married Susanna WATTS, date unknown. They had the following children:


(1) Anthony, born 1777. (2) John Watts, born 1777. (3) Mary, born 1784. (4) William, born 1788 & died in childhood. (5) William, born 1792.

Chapple of Dalwood, Devon

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