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Isaac Fripp

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Isaac Fripp (c1858-1941) of Catford

1900 Patent 21,907. Nicholas Way and Isaac Fripp, London : Improvements in means for saving life at sea.[1]

1901 Listed in Sydenham as a Sergeant in the Metropolitan Police.[2] Retired as Detective Inspector.[3]

1906 Patent. An escape device from submarines. Isaac Fripp, residing at 72 Ranvensbourne road, Catford[4][5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Lloyd's List - Thursday 13 December 1900
  2. 1901 Census
  3. Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - Friday 09 June 1939
  4. 1906/11/17 llustrated London News
  5. [1]