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Charles Edward Repington Esq. Amington Hall.1810

Charles Edward Repington Esq. Amington Hall.1810

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Charles Edward REPINGTON1,2,3

also known as Charles Edward REPPINGTON

26th Oct 1755 - 27th Jun 1837

Life History

26th Oct 1755

Born in Amington Hall, Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire

between 1764 and 1786

Misc in Lord of Atherstone Manor


Military in Officer in the 6th regiment of dragoons

20th Jun 1805

Married Katherine Jesse CHOLMLEY in Scrayingham, Yorkshire

England, Marriages, 1538–1973
Groom's Name: Charles Edward Reppington
Bride's Name: Catharine Jesse Cholmley
Marriage Date: 20 Jun 1805
Marriage Place: Scrayingham,York,England
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M07390-2
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 918409
Reference Number:
REPINGTON, CHARLES-EDWARD, esq. of Amington Hall, in the county of Warwick, b. 26th October, 1755,
m. 20th June, 1805, Catherine-Jesse, eldest daughter of Henry Fane Cholmley, esq. of Whitby and Howsham, in Yorkshire.


Misc in built Repington Arms, later renamed "Pretty Pigs"

2nd Dec 1836

Wrote will


Interred in St. Editha,Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire

27th Jun 1837

Died in Amington Hall, Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire

Jul 1837

Buried in Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire

29th Nov 1837


Other facts


1st succession by Vice-Admiral Edward Henry À COURT REPINGTON


2nd succession by Colonel Charles ASHE À COURT REPINGTON


Resident in Amington Hall, Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire

Upon the death of Charles Edward Repington in 1837, the Amington Manor passed to his cousin, Edward Henry à Court, who assumed the name of Repington in accordance with the will, by royal license Sept. 1847.


  • Name: Charles Edward Repington
    Dates: 1776-1800
    Location: Ammington Hall Warws
    Title: Esq.
    Gender: Male
    Address: Address(Es): Ammington Hall, Warws
    Source Date: 1798
    Source Info: Subscribed to The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire compiled from the manuscripts of Huntbach, Loxdale, Bishop Lyttelton, and other collections of Dr. Wilkes, T. Feilde, &c. &c. including Erdeswick's Survey of the County, and the approved parts of Dr. Plot's Natural History ... Illustrated (Vol. 1), 1798, SHAW, Stebbing. London
    Subject: history
  • Manor of Atherstone: Court Rolls and Minute Books
    Administrative history:
    Names of Lords and Stewards of the Manor
    Charles Edward Repington, Esq. 19 Dec. 1764-8 Nov. 1786
  • Charles Edward Repington was Lord of Atherstone Manor until 8 Nov 1786, transferring it to Stafford Squire Baxter, Esq. 4 Jan 1787.
  • Tamworth, Staffordshire History:
    1761: Lawsuit rages between the Repingtons of Amington Hall and the Corporation as to the appointment of Tamworth Vicars. Settled in favour of the former.
    1828: Repington Arms built by Charles Repington of Amington Hall, later renamed "Pretty Pigs".
  • Bonhams:
    Sale 13573 - British & Continental Pictures
    Knightsbridge, 13:00 16 May 2006
    English School, circa 1810
    Portrait of Charles Edward Repington, half-length, in black costume with a white cravat before a read curtain.
    Inscribed 'Charles Edward Repington Esq. Amington Hall.1810', oil on canvas, 76.2 x 64cm (30 x 25 1/8in)
    Sold for £288 inclusive of Buyer's Premium
  • Manduessedum Romanorum:
    Charles Edward Repington unmarried, now (1779) an officer in the 6th regiment of dragoons.
    Repington bears Gules a fess double dancet Ermine between six billets Argent.
  • The National Archives
    Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, Lichfield Record Office
    Messrs Hinckley, Birch and Exham, Solicitors, Lichfield
    Correspondence about holding courts in the manor of Lapley and Aston.
    Manors of Amington and Atherstone, nr. Tamworth, co. Warwick, held by the Family of Repington.
  • Staffordshire Archives
    Collection  William Salt's Original Collection
    Section  Archives
    Section  Letters
    Series  Miscellaneous Autograph Letters
    SubSeries  Miscellaneous Autograph Letters: Letter H
    LocatedAt William Salt Library
    Level Item
    DocRefNo S. MS. 478/8/24
    Title Receipt by [Nathaniel Lord] Harrowby for £220 from Charles Edward Reppington (paid by Mr Baxter), interest on a 1778 mortgage.
    Date 2 June 1779
    Extent 1 document
  • Parish Records Collection burial
    First name(s): Charles Edward
    Last name: REPINGTON
    Date of burial Jul 1837
    Age at death: 81
    Calculated year of birth: 1756
    Place of burial Tamworth
    Dedication: St Editha
    County: Staffordshire
    Tamworth St Editha:
    Denomination: Anglican
    Coverage 1549 - 1890
    Number of entries: 22,864
    Record source: National Burial Index
    Data provider: Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry
    Charity Number: 243180
    Date Registered: 1965-07-22
    Date Removed: 2005-06-06
    Income: £0
    Spending: £0
    Icnpo Classifications: Emergency and Relief
    Governing Document: WILL DATED 2 DECEMBER 1836 (UV 50 P. 264);
  • LocatedAt: William Salt Library
    DocRefNo: S. MS. 478/18/7
    Title: Letter from Charles Edward Repington, about erecting a monument to his sister, and choosing the right church
    Date: 26 Jan 1778
    Description: Letter from Charles Edward Repington, Wolverhampton, to `Dear Sir'. His wish to erect memorial to his sister [Barbara, d. Stony Stratford, Bucks, 1775].
    Selects one [from a catalogue, missing] for about £30. Need to erect it in the church where she is buried, not the other, burned and ruined.
    Makes only slight change to addressee's inscription. Letter from Sudbury. Social news. 26 Jan 1778
    Extent: 1 letter
  • Reference: PROB 11/1886/490
    Description: Will of Charles Edward Repington of Amington Hall, Warwickshire
    Date: 29 November 1837
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record

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