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    Have you looked at the entries on Family Search?

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    Th death in Feb 1907 is registered in Belfast, that would account for the probate being in London when the residence was Manchester. On one of Clement's children's marriage certificate Clement is stated as being a Cabinet Maker.

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    My point was that as Clement died in Belfast did he have a connection to Ireland and could he have been there and not in England when the 1861 census was taken. Unfortunately the Ireland 1861 census and later ones, prior to 1901, were intentionally destroyed by the government after statistical information had been collated from the manuscripts. https
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    Edited to add that the surname Halway seems to be popular in Ireland after doing an all censuses search o ancestry.
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    Sue,What records on family search should i look at?
    Clement's death record i have already.

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    I just did a search for Clement Channing Chappell to see what came up. Also looked for a marriage for John and Mary (I know you gave us the date previously). I am wondering if there COULD be two Clement's. One thing in your post number 10 do you mean that John was a Reverend (Clement's father)?. I have looked at the churches in Yaxley and also on the web generally but cannot find any mention of a Reverend John Chappell.

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    London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1938
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    Reverend John Chappell
    Record Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 7 May 1823
    Marriage Place: St Leonard, Streatham, Lambeth, England
    Spouse: Mary Ann Gibbons of the parish of St Leonard Streatham
    Register Type: Parish Register

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    The Reverand John Chappell of the parish of Yaxley, in the county of Huntingdonshire, bachelor, by license. Rector Herb. Hill. Witnesses Harry? Casey and ?? Gibbons

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    Just been puddling around to try and find something of use.Another of John's sons,John Theophilus Chappell,marries in Hackney on 25 Dec 1856,his father's trade or calling is recorded as "Jeweller".
    Notes in post 10 are taken from Yaxley PR's on CD.
    This may have to sit and stew for a while.
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    Can anyone read the occupation on the 1841 census. I am sure this is John, Mary and the family

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    Quote Originally Posted by suemalings View Post
    Can anyone read the occupation on the 1841 census. I am sure this is John, Mary and the family
    What a mess these pages are on ancestry. I can only read one or two of the occupations. Does the first word of John's occupation end in 'ting' maybe? It is a bit clearer image on FMP than ancestry and the second word maybe minister?
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    Quote Originally Posted by christanel View Post
    What a mess these pages are on ancestry. I can only read one or two of the occupations. Does the first word of John's occupation end in 'ting' maybe? It is a bit clearer image on FMP than ancestry and the second word maybe minister?
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    The drewry.net website describes him as a dissenting minister.

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