'chapman' can also refer to...

Abel Chapman (1851—1929) naturalist and hunter

Agatha Louisa Chapman (1907—1963)

Alison Chapman

(Anthony) Colin Bruce Chapman (1928—1982) racing car designer and motor manufacturer

(Arthur) Percy Frank Chapman (1900—1961) cricketer

Beth Nielsen Chapman (b. 1956)

Carrie Chapman Catt (1859—1947)

Chapman and Hall

Chapman Cohen (1868—1954) freethought writer and lecturer

Chapman's New Zealand Monthly Magazine

Charles Chapman (1752—1809) East India Company servant and emissary to Vietnam

(Charles) Chapman Barber (c. 1802—1882) barrister

Chinn And Chapman

Christopher Chapman (d. 1756)

Christopher S. Chapman

Crossroads (Tracy Chapman album)

David Leonard Chapman (1869—1958) physical chemist

David M. Chapman

Deeper Still (Beth Nielsen Chapman album)

Edmund Chapman (1705—1738) man-midwife

Edmund Chapman (1538—1602) Church of England clergyman

Edward Chapman (1804—1880) bookseller and publisher

Edward John Chapman (1821—1904) mineralogist

Ellen Chapman (1831—1899) lion tamer

Frank Chapman Sharp (1866—1943)

Frederic Chapman (1823—1895) publisher

Frederick Chapman Robbins (1916—2003)

Frederick Spencer Chapman (1907—1971) explorer and mountaineer

Fredrik Henrik af Chapman (1721—1808)


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An itinerant pedlar of small general wares. The chapman’s importance to the book trade is that he supplied printed items to an unsophisticated public who would rarely, if ever, visit ...

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