John Thomas Chapman was born 11 December 1853 in Macdonald River, New South Wales, Australia to William George Chapman (1814-1883) and Elizabeth Dark (c1821-1905) and died 17 March 1933 10 Waratah-street, North Strathfield, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Jane Walters Roberts (1851-1923) 1877 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of John Thomas Chapman and Jane Walters Roberts (1851-1923)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Leslie John Chapman (c1878-c1948)
Ethel Jane Chapman (1880-1955)
Elizabeth Dark Chapman (c1882-c1951)
Olive A Chapman (c1885-c1893)
William George Chapman (c1887-c1941)
Richard Austin Chapman (c1889-1918) 31 July 1889 Greta, New South Wales, Australia 25 August 1918 Suva, Fiji Grace Elizabeth M Douglass (1888-c1972)
Wallace Clyde Chapman (c1893-c1971)
Milton James Chapman (c1896-c1951)

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¶ Death
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  • CHAPMAN.—March 17, 1933, at 10 Waratah-street, North Strathfield, John Thomas Chapman, dearly beloved father of Leslie, Ethel (Mrs Howarth), Elizabeth, William, Clyde, and Milton aged 79 years.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 March 1933, page 12
§ Remains
  • CHAPMAN.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. CHAPMAN and FAMILY, Mrs. E. J. HOWARTH and FAMILY, Miss E. D. CHAPMAN, Mr. W. G. CHAPMAN and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. CHAPMAN are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved FATHER and GRAND-FATHER, John Thomas; to leave 10 Waratah-street, North Strathfield, THIS DAY, at 3.15 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, by road. per Motor Service By request no flowers.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 March 1933, page 11