The Chappel Family History

This is a site where you can find information about the history of the Chappel family.

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The Chappel Family in the Census

Census Freqency of the Surname Chappel
1841 Census75
1851 Census419
1861 Census762
1871 Census1013
1881 Census1037
1891 Census1293
1901 Census1102
1911 Census627

Most Frequent Forenames for the Chappel Family in the Census

Name 1841 Census 1851 Census 1861 Census 1881 Census 1871 Census 1891 Census 1901 Census 1911 Census Total
William Chappel 9 37 54 50 61 74 77 28
Mary Chappel 5 25 58 83 51 65 55 27
John Chappel 4 28 49 57 60 48 50 29
George Chappel 4 21 31 39 36 53 46 21
Elizabeth Chappel 4 22 37 42 44 45 28 15
Sarah Chappel 4 24 39 34 27 42 15 10
Thomas Chappel 1 18 30 37 34 33 28 12
James Chappel 1 12 15 25 24 26 28 21
Joseph Chappel 3 13 22 23 22 30 23 6
Emma Chappel 0 9 26 31 25 23 14 8
Charles Chappel 2 11 23 18 20 34 17 10
Henry Chappel 0 10 11 19 19 28 23 11
Ann Chappel 2 16 23 20 13 14 6 7
Annie Chappel 0 0 2 15 24 33 20 15
Eliza Chappel 2 12 20 24 11 17 8 2
Alice Chappel 0 1 3 16 22 31 17 13
Emily Chappel 0 5 11 15 20 14 17 5
Jane Chappel 0 10 17 13 16 16 6 3
Ellen Chappel 0 4 5 24 17 14 13 7
Alfred Chappel 1 8 11 10 12 23 12 6

Your Family History Search

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Etymology and History of the Surname: Chappel

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