Robert CRISFORD Anna Maria RIPPINGTON William RIPPINGTON Thomas John RIPPINGTON Benjamin David RIPPINGTON Sarah Bacon RIPPINGTON Arthur Frederick RIPPINGTON Jane BACON Eliza WILLIAMS Ann Maria RIPPINGTON Mini tree diagram
Rippington (John Crisford) Essex Standard - Friday 07 January 1848

Rippington (John Crisford) Essex Standard - Friday 07 January 1848

John Crisford RIPPINGTON2,3,4

1823 - 11th Dec 18671


Life History


Born in Sedlescombe, Sussex

18th Apr 1824

Baptised in Sedlescombe, Sussex


Occupation Miller's Apprentice


Resident in Willingdon, Sussex

(living with Joseph Seymour & his family)


Birth of daughter Anna Maria RIPPINGTON in Brentwood, Essex


Occupation Mill Manager


Resident in West Thurrock

1st Jan 1848

Married Jane BACON in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, Middlesex, London

Groom's Name: John Crisford Rippington
Bride's Name: Jane Bacon
Marriage Date: 01 Jan 1848
Marriage Place: St. Clement Danes, Westminster, Middlesex, England
Groom's Father's Name: Robert Crisford
Bride's Father's Name: Benjamin Bacon
Groom's Marital Status: Single
Bride's Marital Status: Single
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01056-7
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 1042304
Reference Number: it 4 p 204
Collection: England Marriages, 1538–1973
Essex Standard - Friday 07 January 1848
Jan 1st, in London, Mr. John Crisford Rippington, of Warmock, Sussex, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Benjamin Bacon, of Brentwood.


Resident in Brentwood, Essex


Birth of son William RIPPINGTON in Toot Hill Mill House, Stanford Rivers, Essex


Occupation Miller


Resident in Toot Hill Mill House, Stanford Rivers, Essex


Birth of son Thomas John RIPPINGTON in Barnston, Essex


Resident in Barnston, Essex


Birth of son Benjamin David RIPPINGTON in Dartford, Kent


Birth of daughter Sarah Bacon RIPPINGTON in Carshalton, Surrey

16th Aug 1856

Death of son Benjamin David RIPPINGTON in Carshalton, Surrey


Resident in Carshalton, Surrey


Birth of son Arthur Frederick RIPPINGTON in Lewisham, London / Kent


Resident in Lewisham, London / Kent


Married Eliza WILLIAMS in St. Saviour, Southwark, Surrey, London

Name: John Rippington - Widower
Spouse Name: Eliza Williams - Widow
Record Type: Banns
Marriage Bann Date: 07 Oct 1860
Parish: St Saviour
County: Surrey
Borough: Southwark
Name: John Rippington to Eliza Williams
Year of Registration: 1860
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
District: St Saviour Southwark
County: London, Surrey
Volume: 1d
Page: 20

11th Jan 1860

Death of Jane BACON in Lewisham, London / Kent

23rd Sep 1860

Publication of banns of marriage to Eliza WILLIAMS.5

30th Sep 1860

Publication of banns of marriage to Eliza WILLIAMS.5

7th Oct 1860

Publication of banns of marriage to Eliza WILLIAMS.5


Occupation Journeyman Miller


Resident in Camberwell, Surrey, London


Occupation Miller


Resident in 1 Park Street, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire

11th Dec 1867

Died in South Staffordshire General Hospital, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.1

16th Mar 1868



  • Name: John Crisford Rippington
    Gender: Male
    Baptism/Christening Date: 18 Apr 1824
    Baptism/Christening Place: Sedlescomb, Sussex, England
    Mother's Name: Maria Rippington
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04472-0
    System Origin: England-EASy
    Source Film Number: 1894291
    Reference Number: Item 4 p 35
    Collection: England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
  • Name: John C Rippington
    Estimated birth year: abt 1823
    Year of Registration: 1867
    Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
    Age at Death: 44
    District: Wolverhampton
    County: Shropshire, Staffordshire, West Midlands
    Volume: 6b
    Page: 327
  • West Thurrock
    White's Directory of Essex 1848
    Robert Barry, farmer, Tunnel House
    William Bennett, victualler, Fox and Goose
    Rev. William Shepherd Cotterill, curate, Vicarge
    William Cowland, shopkeeper and victualler, Old Ship
    George Curtis and John Curtis, farmers
    George Greatorex, parish clerk
    William Edward Hunt, gentleman
    Sarah Ingleton, schoolmistress
    John Eaton Joyner, malster and farmer, High House
    Thomas key, beerhouse
    John Morgan, beerhouse and shopkeeper
    Thomas Noakes, miller, Steam Mill
    John Rippington, mill manager
    Cornelius Royce, victualler, Rising Sun
    Thomas James Skinner, farmer
    Thomas Steel, baker
  • In the 1841 census of Willingdon, Joseph Seymour was aged 65, a miller. Phoebe was aged 65 and with them were John Chapman (41), an agricultural labourer, Stephen Seymour (28) an agricultural labourer, Nathan Seymour (21) a miller's journeyman, John Rippington (17), a miller's apprentice, Joseph Seymour (20) an agricultural Labourer, and two servants, Naomi Butler (19) and Louisa Porter (11). All were born in Sussex except Louisa Porter.
  • Joseph Seymour died in the September quarter of 1845, in the district of Eastbourne.
    His will was proved 5 March 1846 and dated 15 May 1843. He is described as a miller and farmer. His executors were John Gorringe, farmer of Eastbourne and Thomas Noakes, farmer of Wannock and his estate was of value under £6000. Under his will he bequeathed £25 a year for life to his widow Phoebe from the income received from the messuage where he then dwelt, with the barn, granary, stable, flour room, lodges, yards, orchard and ground belonging to it. Also several pieces of land bought from Richard Tutt at or near Foul Ride Green, Willingdon, comprising eight acre meadow, five acre arable, the Barn Field meadow and Drimble Orchard. Also seven pieces of land bought from Thomas Luck in Willingdon, a piece of land of 2 roods and 27 perches in the East Wish in Willingdon, 2 acres in Willingdon late Rippington's, before English's, before Tutt's and a messuage at Wannock in Jevington, late Brook's.


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