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      • According to a list of colonial occupations, a chapman is a peddler or dealer of goods, usually itinerant, going from village to village. The related word chapbook is a later coinage from the 19th century which appears to refer to the fact that chapbooks were very cheaply made.
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  2. So the Nigerian Chapman or shapman drink is made of a bottle of Fanta, sprite, Angostura aromatic bitters, grenadine syrup, fruit juice, ice cubes, and other garnishing Ingredients. That is how to make Chapman drink, the most popular drink for cocktail parties in Nigeria. Here is the video for chapman, as made by David, watch and enjoy.

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  5. Chapman (surname) - Wikipedia

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    According to a list of colonial occupations, a chapman is a peddler or dealer of goods, usually itinerant, going from village to village. The related word chapbook is a later coinage from the 19th century which appears to refer to the fact that chapbooks were very cheaply made.

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  6. THE CHAPMAN FAMILY. - Pagenweb

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    THE CHAPMAN FAMILY. THE CHAPMAN FAMILY, The pioneer ancestor of the Chapman family was John Chapman, who was born at Stanhope, or Stanehaugh, in the county of Durham, England, about the year 1635. He was a son of John Chapman, of Froslerty, Durham, and the Parish records show that the family had been residents in that locality for several generations and that some of their descendants continue to reside there.

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    The Chapman Family The Chapman Family can trace its roots to the Mayflower and England. The Chapmans traveled to the colonies on the Mayflower settling in Massachusetts. Later, they moved to Virginia then to Tennessee there becoming good friends with the Hedges family.

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