Dora Chapman





Dora Chapman


Born
in Nottingham, The United Kingdom
August 05, 1893

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Born in 1893 in Nottingham, Dora Barr Chapman was the daughter of a grocer. She married James Harold Francis, another grocer, in 1925. She published most of her children's novels - all girls' school stories - under the name Dora Chapman, with the exception of The Knights of Study 13 (1935), for which she used her married name, Dora B. Francis. It is possible that Chapman worked, at some point, as a teacher, as indicated by the first-hand experience of schools that is evident in her work. She had at least one daughter.



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