Richard RIPPINGTON Richard WARLAND Jemima Elizabeth RIPPINGTON Thomas RIPPINGTON Henry James CARPENTER Alice Marcia CARPENTER Vera Rippington CARPENTER Leslie Richard S CARPENTER William Henry RIPPINGTON Alice WARLAND Mini tree diagram
St. Nicholas, Marston

St. Nicholas, Marston

Anne Jane RIPPINGTON2,3,4,5,6

1868 - 3rd Apr 1904

Life History


Born in Marston, Oxfordshire

8th Mar 1868

Baptised in Marston, Oxfordshire

between 1871 and 1885

Resident in Marston, Oxfordshire


Married Henry James CARPENTER in Headington Registration District, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Name: Anne Rippington to Henry James Carpenter
Year of Registration: 1888
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
District: Headington
County: Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire
Volume: 3a
Page: 1192


Birth of daughter Alice Marcia CARPENTER in Durham, County Durham


Resident in 49 Kingston Rd., Oxford, Oxfordshire


Birth of daughter Vera Rippington CARPENTER in Durham, County Durham


Birth of son Leslie Richard S CARPENTER in Durham, County Durham

24th Dec 1899

Death of Henry James CARPENTER in Woodstock, Oxfordshire


Resident in Banbury Road, Kidlington, Oxfordshire


Resident in Durham House, Kidlington, Oxfordshire

3rd Apr 1904

Resident in 39 Pembroke Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire

3rd Apr 1904

Died in Oxford, Oxfordshire

28th Apr 1904



  • Ann had been admitted to Marston Village School when she was seven and a half.  She appeared to be a model student, finally leaving in April 1881 having passed standard 5, and probably studied for standard 6.  Having just left the school with a good academic record, she was an ideal person for an unofficial stipendiary monitor.  At the inspection in the following year she was described as a failure.  However, she did continue in the school but in 1885 she resigned as her family was leaving the village (her mother Alice had moved into Oxford by the 1891 Census).  She gave her notice in on the Monday, and left on the Friday.  Two weeks later she came back "invited by the children, to receive a few small presents at their hands as a token of their love and esteem and as a small return for her kindness and gentleness to them during the time she had acted as a monitress.  On entering the school, a girl of the 1st class, previously selected by lot, presented her with a bouquet of flowers.  After which the master, in a few suitable words, made a presentation consisting of a workbox and a substantial and well filled 'housewife'.  The ceremony throughout was a very pleasing and affecting one for there is no doubt Miss Rippington, during her four years of service in the school, had gained the confidence and affection of all the children with whom she had come in contact.  On leaving, she was accompanied through the village to her home, by all the girls in the third standard and upward"
  • Name: Ann Rippington
    Year of Registration: 1868
    Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
    District: Headington
    County: Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire
    Volume: 3a
    Page: 606
  • Name: Anne Carpenter
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1868
    Year of Registration: 1904
    Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
    Age at Death: 36
    District: Oxford
    County: Berkshire, Oxfordshire
    Volume: 3a
    Page: 469
  • Probate:
    Name: Anne Carpenter
    Probate Date: 28 Apr 1904
    Death Date: 3 Apr 1904
    Death Place: Oxfordshire, England
    Registry: Oxford


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