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Richard Rippon

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Richard Rippon, watchmaker

1767 Born

1804 of King Street, Westminster.

Housed his cousin Edward whilst he was an apprentice.

1807 married Elizabeth Davis in Paddington, London[1]

1808 Birth of son Frederick William

Provided accommodation for Dent after he had completed his apprenticeship with Edward Gaudin

1813 Birth of daughter, Mary Elizabeth (1813–1892), who later married Thomas Buckney, senior.

1814 Birth of daughter, Amelia Lydia Sophia (1814–1881)

1817 Birth of son Richard Edward

1835 Died in Paddington[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. London Marriages and Banns
  2. London, Deaths and Burials
  • Biography of Edward John Dent, ODNB