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88. Joseph CHAPPLE [Parents]. Born about 1868 in Manchester Square, Marylebone, Joseph died 6/6/1933 in Wimborne, age about 65. Occupation: Baker. In quarter ending March 1891, when Joseph was age about 22, he married Gertrude PALMER in Christchurch, Hampshire. Gertrude was born about 1870 in Blandford, Dorset. They had the following children, born in Bournemouth:
(1) Hilda Gertrude, born quarter ending September 1892. (2) Eric Ainsworth, born quarter ending September 1898. (3) Ivor Miller, born 8/7/1901, died quarter ending March 1971 in Christchurch, age 69.
89. William Allan CHAPPLE [Parents]. Born 14/7/1864 in Alexandra, NZ, died 19/10/1936 in Paddington, London, age 72. Trained as a doctor in New Zealand & had a high profile practice which he combined with a number of business ventures & local politics. William represented the Tuapeka electorate in the NZ House of Representatives from June to October 1908 after a by-election, but was defeated in the general election of 1908. He sailed for England in 1910 & represented Stirlingshire in the House of Commons from 1910 until 1918. Following boundary changes in 1918, he was unsuccessful in Clackmannon & East Stirlingshire, but was returned as member for Dumfrieshire from 1922-1924. On 1/1/1891 when William Allan was 26, he married Sarah Douglas TURNBULL, in Wellington, NZ. Born in 1870 in San Francisco, Sarah died 1954 in Cuckfield, Sussex, age 84. They had the following children:
(1) Louisa Douglas, born 16/12/1891 in Motueka, NZ & died 17/2/1985 in Haywards Heath, age 93. (2) Nelca Allan, born 14/1/1894 in Wellington & died quarter ending March 1949 in Barkston Ash, age 55. (3) Elizabeth Ewing, born 31/3/1896 in Wellington & died quarter ending December 1971 in Hove, age 75. (4) Jean Stewart, born 27/7/1900 in Wellington & died 1994 in Worthing, age about 94. (5) & (6) Twins, names unknown, born & died 1905.
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