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J. Arundel Chapman (1885-1934)

J. Arundel Chapman was born in Nottingham and educated at the City of London School and Trinity College Oxford. He trained for the Wesleyan ministry at Headingley and in 1909 became Assistant Tutor at Handsworth and later Headingley. After thirteen years circuit work, Chapman was appointed to the Chair of Systematic Theology at Didsbury College and in 1930 was transferred to the Theological Tutorship at Headingley.

Chapman was among the last to be appointed to the Wesleyan Legal Hundred.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1934

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