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Chapman, William 1768-1810
Convict who was transported for seven years for 'feloniously stealing...four hundred pounds weight of lead'. He became a plumber and glazier and married Ann Marsh, who assisted him in various business activities including a bakery, butchery and a general store. He was buried at Old Sydney Burial Ground and then his stone was later removed to Elizabeth Street Burial Ground on the site of modern day Central Station before it was moved to Bunnerong Cemetery where it did not survive the test of time.