The English Standard Version has a footnote for Jonah 1:17 stating that the verse is "Chapter 2:1 in Hebrew".
The Miles Coverdale, Geneva and 1611 Authorised Version all contain Jonah 1:17, while the Septuagint and Vulgate match the Hebrew chapter division. It is my understanding is that chapter divisions preceed the Reformation and the translation of the Old Testament into English, for example according to Wikipedia, they were added to the Vulgate in 1205.
I am aware of some cases where pre-Authorised Version English bibles follow the chapter divisions of the Vulgate, rather than the Hebrew Bible (i.e. in Lamentations), but the fact that the Vulgate contains the same chapter division as the Hebrew Bible has left me perplexed.
Does this variant chapter division originate from outside of the Bible's translation into English, or is it just an English Bible aberration?