Chapman


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United States pioneer who planted apple trees as he traveled (1774-1845)

archaic term for an itinerant peddler

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Survivors include his wife, Gledith Chapman of Pinckneyville; one son, Mark Chapman of Ann Arbor, Mich.
I've been dealt my share of unexpected blows over the course of my almost fifty years but nothing as serious as the one I heard from my doctors two weeks ago when they uttered those dreaded three words, 'You have cancer,'" Chapman wrote.
13) However, this record, sparse as it is, is enough to tell us that Cruickshanks was working as a chapman in the Cowgate of Edinburgh at this time.
Chapman, 54, was caught as he waited at Edinburgh's Waverley Station to drive the late-night service on May 25.
The press gather to greet Edward Chapman VC on his return home <B
The council acted outside the bounds of reasonable responses in dismissing Mr Chapman," she said.
The latest industry accolade marks the end of a busy 12 month period for Chapman Freeborn, who recently secured an innovative new strategic cooperation agreement with Lufthansa Cargo to handle all of the airline's third-party chartering requirements.
In 1875, after his death, his son, also Hedley Chapman, decided to branch out from North Shields and started operations in Northumberland Street, in Newcastle, where the business was eventually concentrated.
In October 2003, and again in July 2004, Chapman was imprisoned for failing to comply with the requirements of his registration as a sex offender.
Chapman, who retired in 2008, handing over to his granddaughter Ruth Carr, whom he continued to assist, died suddenly last week aged 77, having collapsed soon after completing the night feeds at his Mowbray Farm yard at Stillington.
I wear sunglasses and a hat on the street," The New York Post quoted Chapman as saying in an interview posted today on the website of German magazine Der Spiegel.
EVIL Peter Chapman murdered 17-year-old Ashleigh Hall after police failed to lock him up for an arson attack weeks earlier.
Chapman to take down the structure, because it violates zoning ordinances.
More than an expert in Native American arts, Chapman became a respected and beloved figure whose influence helped foster a virtual renaissance of Southwest pottery craft during the 1920s.
Survived by his wife Myra Nutting Chapman; daughters, Jennifer Chapman and Elizabeth Chapman-Foxx; son, Mark Woolsey Chapman; Brother, Philip Dwight Chapman; and granddaughters, Sarah Kendall Allison and Madeline Chapman Allison.