The last name Chappell has an established history in Europe dating back to the middle ages. Chappell was originally from Anglo-Saxon origins. Records dating back to 1163 suggest there was a contingency of Chappell's in the county of Suffolk. In the sixteenth century a large group of travellers known as Chappell's migrated to Australia.
Chappell is currently at number 1397 of the UK's most popular last names. Throughout the world there are around 112179 people with this surname. The county of Worcestershire in England holds the highest density of families with the surname Chappell. If history is to be believed the late 19th century Chappell's liked a drink or three. Never too far from controversy a pair of brothers Chris Chappell and David Chappell were sent to jail in 1857 for allegedly stealing a horse.
Warm and friendly is how previous generations of the Chappell family can be described. Chappells are contradictory, imaginative and charismatic. The name is linked with Pluto, the planet of confinement. It is often seen for members of this family to flee from a a possible romantic situation, quite often over looking the potential. 104
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