Chapelvale was a small English village, technically a squiredom, granted to Caran De Winn by King Edward III in 1341, and marked on the map by Bishop Algernon Peveril. The land was to be later owned by all future descendants of De Winn.

In 1896, Ben and Ned entered the village, and assisted the current De Winn descendant, Winifred Winn, prove her claim to the land against that of London law firm Jackman Donning & Bowe.

Areas of Interest

These places in Chapelvale are of particular interest:

  • The Almshouse
  • St Peter's Church
  • Hillside Farm
  • Evans Tea Shoppe
  • The Village School
  • The Library
  • The Railway Station
  • The Police Station

Known Chapelvale Residents


Chapevale appears in Castaways of the Flying Dutchman.

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