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Wembley Exhibition 1924 Details

Wembley Exhibition 1924 Details

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Charles Stockley RIPPINGTON2,3

also known as Charles Stockley REPENTON

1888 - about 1950

Investigator

Life History

1888

Born in Littlethorpe, Cosby, Leicestershire

between 1891 and 1901

Resident in Littlethorpe, Cosby, Leicestershire

1901

Occupation Baker - Bread Maker

between 1904 and 1916

Military in Enlisted in the British Army - Coldstream Guards

1905

Birth of son Edward Charles RIPPINGTON

1912

Emigrated from England to Canada

1919

Occupation Constable

6th Nov 1919

Misc in met Prince of Wales - Edward (VIII)

Canadian Railway and Marine World 1920 p.15

1923

Occupation Investigator

18th Jul 1923

Married Adelaide Victoria CAPON in Ontario, Canada

City of Toronto, 1923, part 5
4318-23 Charles Stockley RIPPINGTON, 36, investigator, England, Toronto, s/o George RIPPINGTON (b. England) & Emily BACH, married Adelaide Victoria BENJAMIN, 36, widow, England, Toronto, d/o Henry CAPON (b. England) & Elizabeth FOOTE, witn: Rhoda M. CURTIS & E. STUBBS both of Toronto on July 18, 1923

1924

Birth of son Ernest RIPPINGTON in Canada

19th Apr 1924

Immigrated to from St. John, New Brunswick, Canada to Liverpool.1

c/o C.P.R Wembley Exhibition, London - Sergeantc/o C.P.R Wembley Exhibition, London - Sergeant

21st Aug 1924

Emigrated from from Southampton to Montreal, Canada

C.P.R. Police

about 1950

Died in Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Other facts

 

Emigrated from England to Canada, from Liverpool to Qu├ębec

Notes

  • passenger transcript details
    Name: Charles RIPPINGTON
    Date of departure: 21 August 1924
    Port of departure: Southampton
    Passenger destination port: Montreal, Canada
    Passenger destination: Montreal, Canada
    Date of Birth: 1885 (calculated from age)
    Age: 39
    Marital status:
    Sex: Male
    Occupation: C P R Police
    Passenger recorded on: Page 6 of 20
    Ship:
    Official Number:
    Master's name:
    Steamship Line:
    Where bound:
    Square feet:
    Registered tonnage:
    Passengers on voyage:
    MELITA
    136367
    A H Clews
    Canadian Pacific
    Montreal, Canada
    14000
    624
  • Name: Charles Rippington
    Birth Date: abt 1885
    Age: 39
    Port of Departure: St John, New Brunswick, Canada
    Arrival Date: 19 Apr 1924
    Port of Arrival: Liverpool, England
    Ship Name: Montrose
    Search Ship Database: View the 'Montrose' in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
    Shipping Line: Canadian Pacific Steamship Line
    Official Number: 145919
  • Name: Charles Stockley Repenton
    Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1888
    Registration district: Blaby
    Inferred County: Leicestershire
    Volume: 7a
    Page: 58
  • Charles Stockley Repenton enlisted in the British Army in 1904, just shy of his 16th birthday.  He served approx. 12 years in the Coldstream Guards...  came to Canada in 1912, returned for WWI, and finally returned to Canada.
    Detail provided by Cathy Purvis
  • Charles Stockley Rippington met Prince Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) on Nov 6, 1919
  • Royal and viceroyal transport in Canada:
    The Canadian Pacific Railway Alexandra was built and used as the primary VIP transport by members of the Royal Family, governors general, and prime ministers through to the 1920s.
    It was used, and, in contrast to his opinion of royal trains in Britain, enjoyed by Prince Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII), during his months long tours of Canada; as he said in 1919:
    "I progressed westward in a magnificent special train provided by the Canadian Pacific Railway.
    My quarters were in the rear car, which had an observation platform.
    This last... while providing me with a continuous view of the varied Canadian landscape had however the drawback of making me vulnerable to demands for ad lib speeches from the crowds gathered at every stop."
    Four years later, the Prince briefly took the controls of the CPR 4-6-2 engine pulling the Royal Train.

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