|Death: ||Feb. 12, 1920|
He was the son of David L. and Ida Chapman and had at least three brothers and three sisters. The family lived in Spokane, where his father worked as a laborer doing odd jobs to support the large family.
His older brother, Charles Edward Chapman is also buried at Greenwood in Lawn 20.
He was only 18 years old, working at the Crescent Machine Company, when he was stricken during the flu epidemic. He died at the family home at S. 619 Elm. His married sister, Mabel Whitesides, had died the previous Sunday, February 8th, from the illness. By the time of his death, two brothers and two sisters survived him.
He was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America.
His obituary appeared in the February 14th edition of the Spokesman-Review under the heading, "Influenza Takes Seven".
David Lawrence Chapman (1862 - 1925)
Harriett Adelaide Procunier Chapman (1864 - 1945)
Greenwood Memorial Terrace
Plot: Lawn 21
GPS (lat/lon): 47.65911, -117.46661
Created by: Pauline
Record added: Sep 28, 2012
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