Joseph RIPPINGTON Mary Ann RIPPINGTON Celey RIPPINGTON Amelia RIPPINGTON Charlotte Helen RIPPINGTON Charlotte Maria RIPPINGTON William Thomas RIPPINGTON Maria Ellen PRICE Emanuel RIPPINGTON Hannah RIPPINGTON Ann GOULD Mini tree diagram

Thomas RIPPINGTON2,3,4,5,6

1825 - 1913

Papermaker Foreman

Life History


Born in Wooburn Green, Buckinghamshire

13th Mar 1825

Baptised in Wooburn, Buckinghamshire


Resided in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire County Gaol House of Corrections

29th Jun 1841

Fact 1 in Tried for Larceny - Sentence: Imprisoned for 1 month & whipped

2nd Jul 1842

Fact 2 in Acquitted.1


Married Maria Ellen PRICE in Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Name: Thomas Rippington
Year of Registration: 1860
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
District: Wycombe
County: Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire
Volume: 3a
Page: 623

between 1861 and 1871

Resident in Wooburn, Buckinghamshire


Birth of daughter Charlotte Helen RIPPINGTON in Poplar, Middlesex, London


Death of daughter Charlotte Helen RIPPINGTON in Poplar, Middlesex, London


Birth of daughter Charlotte Maria RIPPINGTON in Poplar, Middlesex, London


Birth of son William Thomas RIPPINGTON in Wooburn Green, Buckinghamshire


Occupation Papermaker Foreman


Resided in 6 Milton Street (Florence Cottages), Maidstone, Kent


Death of daughter Charlotte Maria RIPPINGTON in Wycombe, Buckinghamshire


Occupation Army Pensioner


Resident in 8 Hayward Place, Upper Bourne End, Buckinghamshire


Died in Wycombe, Buckinghamshire


  • Name: Thomas Rippington
    Age: 14
    Estimated birth year: abt 1827
    Date of Trial: 29 Jun 1841
    Trial Year: 1841
    Location of Trial: Buckinghamshire
    Crime: Larceny
  • Name: Thomas Rippington
    Estimated birth year: abt 1825
    Year of Registration: 1913
    Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
    Age at Death: 88
    District: Wycombe
    County: Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire
    Volume: 3a
    Page: 1158
  • Name: Thomas Ripping...
    Gender: Male
    Baptism/Christening Date: 13 Mar 1825
    Baptism/Christening Place: Wooburn, Buckingham, England
    Father's Name: Joseph Ripping...
    Mother's Name: Ann
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04273-0
    System Origin: England-EASy
    Source Film Number: 1999836
    Reference Number: item 1 p1
    Collection: England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
  • 1871 Census Wooburn, Buckinghamshire
    Thomas Rippington       1827    44      Wooburn Green, Buckinghamshire
    Maria Rippington        1834    37      Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire
    Charlotte Rippington    1866    5       Poplar, Middlesex
    William Rippington      1870    1       Wooburn Green, Buckinghamshire
  • Bucks Herald - Saturday 2 July 1842
    Stephen Hooker, Thomas Rippington, and John Hobbs were indicted for having, on the 5th of March last, at Bledlow, stolen three brass plugs, weighing 30lbs. each, the property of William and James Magnay, and the said John Hobbs with receiving the same, knowing them to have been stolen. Hooker and Rippington were discharged, in consequence of their accomplice Hobbs refusing to give evidence against them, who, after turning Queen's evidence, was also discharged.
  • 2nd July 1842
    Selected Reports from The Windsor and Eton Express
    Bucks Midsummer Sessions
    On Thursday last these Session commenced at Aylesbury, before Sir Thomas Aubrey, Bart., and G.Carrington, Esq. (chairman), and a full bench of magistrates.
    The following prisoners were acquitted:-
    Stephen Hooker, 21, and Thos. Rippington, 16, committed for stealing 3 brass plugs, the property of William and James Magnay, of Bledlow.
  • Bucks Herald - Saturday 3 July 1841
    Thomas Rippington was indicted for stealing a plaistering trowel, and other articles, the property of George Webb, at Taplow.
    George Webb.-On the 3rd of May last I lost a number of tools from my workshop at Taplow.
    William O'Blake.-On the 5th of May the prisoner offered to sell me some small tools, which I bought for one shilling; afterwards hearing of the robbery I went to the prosecutor and gave him information.
    Cox, the tythingman, apprehended the prisoner, and found part of the stolen property in his possession.
    Verdict-Guilty. Sentence-One month's hard labour and once whipped.


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