Person    | Female  Born 9/8/1950  Died 8/2/2004

Carol Paula Chapman

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Carol Paula Chapman

Trustee, fundraiser and volunteer of the Charles Dickens Museum.

The 2004 book 'Shakespeare's Non-Standard English: A Dictionary of His Informal Language' by Norman Francis Blake was dedicated "In memory of Carol Paula Chapman1950–2004".

No sooner published than our colleague Andrew Behan provided some information including the dates, having found The Telegraph: Born Carol Paula Ingham. Married Peter Chapman and had children Amanda and Nicholas. Died in Westminster.

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Carol Paula Chapman

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Carol Paula Chapman

With gifts from her family and friends, Friends of the Museum and the Dickens...

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