Bertie Reginald Chapman

#33291, b. 20 June 1901, d. September 1925

Individual's Timeline

Christening20 June 1901Bertie Reginald Chapman1
Death RegSeptember 1925Bertie Reginald Chapman2

Primary events

  • Christening: Bertie Reginald Chapman was christened on 20 June 1901 in St Mary's Church, Wilby, Suffolk, England.1
  • Death cause: Death was caused by by accident, shot by his own shotgun whilst rabbiting.3
  • Death Reg: Bertie's death was registered in the quarter ended in September 1925 in the Tendring registration district. (His age calculates to 24 years and 2 months).2

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: Bertie was a baker's roundsman.

Census details

Citations

  1. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au,
    First name(s)     Bertie Reginald
    Last name     Chapman
    Birth year     1901
    Baptism year     1901
    Baptism date     20 Jun 1901
    Parish     Wilby, St Mary
    Place     Wilby
    Father's first name(s)     Harry
    Mothers first name(s)     Kate
    Father's occupation     Labourer
    County     Suffolk
    Country     England
    Source     Suffolk Baptism Index (part 3)
    Entry number     7121
    Record set     Suffolk Baptism Index 1538-1911
    Category     Life Events (BDMs)
    Subcategory     Births & baptisms
    Collections from     United Kingdom.
  2. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, First name(s)     BERTIE R
    Last name     CHAPMAN
    Gender     Unknown
    Birth day     -
    Birth month     -
    Birth year     1901
    Age     24
    Death quarter     3
    Death year     1925
    District     TENDRING
    County     Essex
    Volume     4A
    Page     605
    Country     England
    Record set     England & Wales deaths 1837-2007
    Category     Life Events (BDMs)
    Subcategory     Deaths & burials
    Collections from     United Kingdom.
  3. Find my past web sites, online http://www.findmypast.com or http://www.findmypast.com.au, Chelmsford Chronicle 21 August 1925.