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Frederick William RIPPINGTON

1887 - 1963

Fishmonger Poulterer

Life History


Born in Wood Green, London


Resident in Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire


Occupation Home Vendor's Assistant (Marine Store)


Resident in Chapel Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire


Occupation Fishmonger Poulterer


Resident in High Street, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire


Married Florence B DEAN in Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Name: Frederick W Rippington
Year of Registration: 1912
Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep
Spouse's Surname: Dean
District: Wycombe
County: Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire
Volume: 3a
Page: 2186


Birth of daughter Brenda J RIPPINGTON in Amersham, Buckinghamshire


Death of Florence B DEAN in Amersham, Buckinghamshire


Died in Amersham, Buckinghamshire


  • Name: Frederick William Rippington
    Year of Registration: 1887
    Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
    District: Edmonton
    County: Essex, Hertfordshire, Middlesex
    Volume: 3a
    Page: 337
  • Name: Frederick W Rippington
    Birth Date: abt 1885
    Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1963
    Age at Death: 78
    Registration district: Amersham
    Inferred County: Buckinghamshire
    Volume: 6a
    Page: 305
  • Marine Store Dealer was a licensed broker who bought and sold used cordage, bunting, rags, timber, metal and other general waste materials.
    He usually sorted the purchased waste by kind, grade etc.
    He also repaired and mended sacks etc.
    Marine Store Dealers were governed by an Act of Parliament 1st. Geo. IV. sec.16 cap.75. Which enacted that every marine-store-dealer shall have his name inserted in legible characters over his shop-door and shall also keep a book in which he shall insert the name and address of any person from whom he shall buy any article.
    Apparently Marine Store Dealers were also not allowed to buy full lengths of rope.
    A search of the "Times" archive brings up many references to them and nearly all were in relation to police courts.
    In Dicken's "A Christmas Carol" is Joe, a marine store dealer and receiver of stolen goods.
    Cotton rags were used to make paper.

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