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801 Thomas died intestate. Administration of his estate granted to Ronald Thomas Wakeling, postman. Effects valued at £277 6s 4d WAKELING, Thomas Henry (I1638)
802 Thomas left a will. Probate granted to Richard Edward Robinson, cost clerk. Effects valued at £184 16s 8d WITHAM, Thomas Edward (I2377)
803 Thomas left a will. Probate granted to son Albert. His effects were valued at £136 9s 11d RIPPINGALE, Thomas (I646)
804 Thomas left a will. Probate granted to William Wells, solicitor & William Oakden, bank manager. His effects were worth £6712 1s 6d RIPPINGALE, Thomas (I340)
805 Thomas received nothing in his father’s or mother’s will but his child did. This child wasn’t named in William’s will but is in his mother’s. I think that Thomas was the eldest son as he married well before his brother Edward, and so would have inherited the real estate by right. The extent of his parents’ property isn’t specified in their wills. RIPPINGALL, Thomas (I2788)
806 Thomas was the main beneficiary of his father’s will. As the eldest son, he inherited the land and property in Belchamp Walter after 15 years. Thomas was born between 1580 & 1585, so he would be 30-35 when he came into his property. His step-mother, Cicely was to have use of it until then. Thomas was to pay his sister Joan £10 3 years after entrance, his half-sister Ann £5 4 years later & Elizabeth £5 5 years later. He was also to get ‘the table, the bench, the cubbard & the forme as they now stand in the hall & also the [--] vessel as it now hangeth ‘ Given the amount of money that he left in his will, he must have prospered as his father’s property seems fairly modest.

I don’t know when Thomas moved to Suffolk. His marriage to Jane is 17 years after the death of his father, so it suggests that he waited for his inheritance to be sorted out before he married.

Thomas also left a will. His wife was pregnant when it was drawn up and the bequests depend on whether the child was a boy or girl. If a boy, then he was to get Thomas’ land and the income from the land was to pay for the upkeep of himself and his mother. It was also be used to pay bequests to his elder sister, Joan and to his mother-in-law, her husband and her child. If the child died or was a girl, then the land was to be sold and his half-siblings would then benefit from the money from the estate.

Thomas left £140 to his sister Joan unconditionally; £120 to his wife conditionally; £100 to his brother Edward conditionally. 
RIPINGALE, Thomas (I1853)
807 Thomas’ father, Smith snr. and his family emigrated to the USA. This must have been sometime before 1850 as his son Charles was born in Brooklyn ca 1850. In the 1875 New York census, Smith, his 3 sons and daughter and their families were all living in the same building in Brooklyn but enumerated as separate households.

Thomas was a bricklayer by trade but in 1910, Marie was working in a candy store and by 1920, she and Thomas had their own store. Their son Thomas and his family were at the same address in 1920 & 1925 
RIPPINGALE, Thomas Reeve (I3085)
808 Thomas’ father, William bequeathed him 6 quarters of malt but there was no mention of any money or property. I suspect that he would have inherited the main house by right as William’s, wife, Grace was to move into a second house, presumably with her minor children. William talks about the disposal of this second house on Grace’s death or remarriage but doesn’t mention his first house. This would make sense if it was already disposed of. RIPPINGALE, Thomas (I2805)
809 Thomas’s parish is given as London in the marriage register RIPPINGALL, Thomas (I121)
810 Timothy and Mary had a ‘clandestine’ marriage, as did his brother Daniel. An irregular or clandestine marriage was a marriage conducted by an ordained clergyman, but without banns or licence. Although they breached canon law, these marriages might still be legally valid, and could be recognised as such in English Common Law. The marriages were normally performed outside the home parishes of the bride and groom, and originally took place in prison chapels, though they were not necessarily disreputable in any way. Clandestine venues and ceremonies allowed the couple to avoid the trouble and expense of an ecclesiastical licence and afforded them some degree of privacy.
Their place of marriage is not given but the marriage register contains records from the Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel. 
RIPPINGARL, Timothy (I1695)
811 U.S., Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1795-1972 (World Archives Project) about Elizabeth Emma Sackville
Name: Elizabeth Emma Sackville
Age: 43
Birth Date: 10 Dec 1890
Birth Location: England
Spouse: George E
Children: Alma M, George E
Arrival Year: 1923
Issue Date: 11 Sep 1934
State: California
Locality, Court: Southern District, Central Division, Los Angeles, California, District Court
Record Type: Petition for Naturalization 
RIPPENGALE, Elizabeth Emma (I1331)
812 U.S., Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1795-1972 (World Archives Project) about Fanny Rippengale
Name: Fanny Rippengale
Age: 63
Birth Date: 17 Dec 1862
Birth Location: England
Spouse: Edward
Arrival year: 1924
Issue Date: 10 Aug 1926
State: California
Locality, Court: Southern District, Central Division, Los Angeles, California, District Court
Record Type: Declaration of Intention

Fanny lived in California for 25 years. She died in December, 1947, after fracturing her hip when she tripped over an exposed gas pipe. 
KNIGHT, Fanny (I1328)
813 U.S., Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1795-1972 (World Archives Project) about Jeane Junod
Name: Jeane Junod
Age: 38
Birth Date: 1 Jan 1896
Birth Location: England
Spouse: Albert P
Children: George A
Arrival Year: 1919
Issue Date: 20 Nov 1934
State: California
Locality, Court: Southern District, Central Division, Los Angeles, California, District Court
Record Type: Declaration of Intention 
RIPPENGALE, Jane (Jean) (I1332)
814 U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

Name: Brenda Kathleen Smith
SSN: 325301744
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 15 Jul 1927
Birth Place: Cambridge, United Kingdom
Death Date: 27 Jun 2003
Father: Edward Rippingale
Mother: Beatrice Robinson
Type of Claim: Original SSN. 
RIPPINGALE, Brenda Kathleen (I1582)
815 U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

Name: Madeleine Rippingille 
SSN: 377033825
Birth Date: 2 May 1914
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan
Father Name: Edward V Rippingille
Mother Name: Agnes M Mullen
Death Date: 8 Apr 1998
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Relationship of Signature: Signature name differs from NH’s name.
Notes: Dec 1936: Name listed as MADELEINE RIPPINGILLE; Oct 1965: Name listed as MADELEINE RIPPINGILLE KIMBALL; 17 Apr 1998: Name listed as MADELEINE R KIMBALL 
RIPPINGILLE, Madeleine (I1092)
816 U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

Name: Mary Lillian Stahl
SSN: 330343763
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 13 Apr 1922
Birth Place: Joliet Will, Illinois
Father Name: John W Ripingill
Mother Name: Bridget Gibbons
Death Date: 24 Feb 1994
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Jul 1957: Name listed as MARY LILLIAN STAHL; 03 Mar 1994: Name listed as MARY L STAHL 
RIPINGILL, Mary Lillian (I2491)
817 U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: Faye Sarahhan Rippengale
SSN: 545167550
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 18 Mar 1907
Birth Place: Pittsburg, Texas
Father Name: Oscar L Hanson
Mother Name: Mary E Reardon
Disability Status: Disability denied - no record of type.
Death Date: 25 Jan 1988
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Nov 1937: Name listed as FAYE SARAHHAN RIPPENGALE; 28 Jan 1983: Name listed as FAYE S RIPPENGALE; 26 Feb 1988: Name listed as FAYE RIPPENGALE

California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Faye Sarah Rippengale
Social Security #: 545167550
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 10 Mar 1907
Birth Place: Texas
Death Date: 25 Jan 1988
Death Place: San Bernardino
Mother's Maiden Name: Reardon
Father's Surname: Hanson 
HANSON, Faye Sarahhan (I104)
818 U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: Romuald George Rippengale [Romuald G Rippengale] 
SSN: 562108504
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 16 Jan 1919
Birth Place: Edmonton Alb, Canada
Father Name: Harry Rippengale
Mother Name: Helene Larose
Death Date: 26 Jul 1994
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Dec 1936: Name listed as ROMUALD GEORGE RIPPENGALE; 05 Aug 1994: Name listed as ROMUALD G RIPPENGALE

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Romuald G. Rippengale
Name: Romuald G. Rippengale
SSN: 562-10-8504
Last Residence: 95388  Winton, Merced, California, USA
Born: 16 Jan 1919
Died: 26 Jul 1994
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951)

California, Death Index, 1940-1997 about Romuald George Rippengale
Name: Romuald George Rippengale
Social Security #: 562108504
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 16 Jan 1919
Birth Place: Canada
Death Date: 26 Jul 1994
Death Place: Stanislaus
Mother's Maiden Name: Larose 
RIPPENGALE, Romuald L George (I3020)
819 UK, Commonwealth War Graves, 1914-1921 and 1939-1947 about Arthur Rippingale
Name: Arthur Rippingale
Age: 26
Birth Date: abt 1892
Death Date: 12 Nov 1918
Cemetery: Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre
Burial Country: France
Father: Walter Rippingale
Mother: Harriet Rippingale
Service Number: 126456
Region or Memorial: France 
RIPPINGALE, Arthur (I1323)
820 UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960 about Leonard William Rippengale
Name: Leonard William Rippengale
Gender: Male
Age: 23
Birth Date: abt 1900
Departure Date: 26 Apr 1923
Port of Departure: London, England
Destination Port: Melbourne, Australia
Ship Name: Borda
Shipping line: P & O Branch Service
Official Number: 135340
Master: Captain R Holland

Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839–1923 about Mr L W Rippengale
Name: Mr L W Rippengale
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1900
Age: 23
Arrival Date: 14 Jun 1923
Arrival Port: Melbourne, Australia
Departure Port: London
Ship: Borda
Nationality: English

Australia Cemetery Index, 1808-2007 about Leonard William Rippengale
Name: Leonard William Rippengale
Death Date: 16 Dec 1976
Cemetery: Warrnambool
Cemetery Location: Warrnambool, Victoria
Compiled By: Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies
Remarks: additional information available from AIGS

Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 about Leonard William Rippengale
Name: Leonard William Rippengale
Death Place: Warrnambool, Victoria
Age: 76
Father's Name: William Amos
Registration Year: 1977
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 938
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1901 
RIPPINGALE, Leonard William (I1986)
821 UK, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services, 1900-1928
Name: Walter James Partridge
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 31 Jan 1894
Birth Place: Halstead Essex
Service number: K18167
First Service Date: 12 Feb 1913
First Ship Served On: Victory II
Last Service Date: 13 Jun 1921
Last Ship Served On: Victory II 
PARTRIDGE, Walter James (I2889)
822 UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919

Name: Arthur Rippingale
Birth Place: Dalston, Middlesex
Residence: Lower Edmonton, Middlesex
Death Date: 2 Sep 1918
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Tottenham, Middlesex
Rank: Private
Regiment: Essex Regiment
Battalion: 10th Battalion
Regimental Number: 44090
Type of Casualty: Killed in action
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre
Comments: Formerly 44129, Bedfordshire Regt.

Arthur’s died just over a month before the end of the War. His final resting place is unknown and his name is listed on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Panel 7.
The pay owing to him, a total of £14 1s 13d, was divided among his siblings as both his parents were dead. 
RIPPENGALE, Arthur (I1464)
823 UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919 about George Rippingale
Name: George Rippingale
Birth Place: Ilford, Essex
Residence: Belvedere, Kent
Death Date: 31 May 1918
Death Place: France and Flanders
Enlistment Place: Woolwich, Kent
Rank: Private
Regiment: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex) Regiment
Battalion: 23rd Battalion
Regimental Number: G/60662
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre 
RIPPINGALE, George Ernest (I1592)
824 Under his grandfather’s will, John was to get £5 to set him up in an apprenticeship should his own father die before 1 May 1653. RIPPINGALE, John (I1887)
825 Walter gives his father’s name as Saunders Broyde in the marriage register RIPPINGALE OR BROYDE, Walter (I603)
826 Walter left a will. Probate granted to widow, Edith Rosa. Effects valued at £1272 13s 7d RIPPENGAL, Walter (I1156)
827 Was 14 when she was baptised - perhaps a non-conformist baptism elsewhere? RIPPENGALL, Mary Ann (I2760)
828 Was a widow on marriage to Robert. Signed marriage register X BURTON, Ann (I2743)
829 Was a widower on marriage to Ruth LEEDEL, Joseph (I2455)
830 Was left £10 in her Uncle Thomas’s will STEVENS, Margaret (I1880)
831 Was widower when married Hannah WILLSHON, Job (I201)
832 Went to Australia in 1897. In 1908, he was working as a salesman for Moran & Cato’s of Chapel St, Melbourne, where he reported the theft of his overcoat. He must have returned to England shortly afterwards as he was initiated into the Freemasons in Devon, 1899. Percy then returned to Australia where he married Ada Mann in 1900.
Ada petitioned for divorce on the grounds of cruelty in 1902 in the British High Court after two years of marriage - her submission makes shocking reading and was strongly denied by Percy. She alleged that Percy was often drunk and habitually beat her, on one occasion holding a gun to her head and threatening to shoot her. It seems that this petition wasn’t granted as Percy and Ada were living at the same address in New South Wales in 1913.

In 1905, a bankruptcy notice was issued against him by James Clarke solicitor. In 1908, Percy was arrested for being drunk and disorderly in Hull - he spat at and kicked the arresting officer - so there may have been at least some truth in Ada’s allegations. 
RIPPINGILLE, Percy (I1090)
833 When Albert died, probate was granted to his widow Margaret Louisa Rippingale. His effects were worth £2065 RIPPINGALE, Albert George (I1510)
834 When Elizabeth’s mother also Elizabeth died, Elizabeth would have been about 10 years old. IHer mother left Elizabeth£10-00 at age 21, a chest, 4 pairs of sheets, a table cloth, 1/2 doz. napkins & 2 pillowcases (pillowcoates). RIPPINGALL, Elizabeth (I2656)
835 When Francis died, administration of his estate was granted to widow Sarah. Effects valued at £137. COLLYER, Francis James (I1850)
836 When he died, probate was granted to Herbert Smith, timber merchant. Effects valued at £969 2s 4d. RIPPINGALE, Percy (I351)
837 When he was 14, William was arrested and tried in 1839 for stealing a cheese, value 6d, the goods of Charles Knight and another. In his defence, he asserted that a man in a ‘smock-frock’ had promised him 5d if he carried the cheese to Whitechapel. William received a ‘good character’ and one of the witnesses promised to employ him. He was recommended to mercy and confined for seven days.

William ended up in Australia and became a sailor. On 10 Feb 1853, he was drowned at Port Jackson (now Sydney Harbour) when a plank on which he was standing gave way, while he was scraping the hull of the barque Proteus. One of his shipmates dived in after him but couldn’t find the body. His body was eventually recovered and a Coroners Inquest was held, which returned a verdict of accidental death. He was buried in Devonshire St Cemetery.
(Many thanks to Wayne Hill for sending this information to me.) 
RIPPINGALE, William (I1182)
838 When her first husband Alfred died, Louisa was granted administration of his estate. Alfred kept the Lord Napier Beerhouse, Chadwell Heath FINTON, Louisa (I2258)
839 When John died, he left Katherine his house in Great Ryburgh and half of his moveable property for use during her lifetime JEKELL, Katherine (I127)
840 When John’s mother Elizabeth died, John would have been about 6 years old. In her will, she left John £10-00 when he became 21 and a chest RIPPINGALL, John (I2969)
841 When Sara’s mother Elizabeth died, Sara would have been about 18 years old. Her mother left Sara £10-00 at age 21, a joined chest, 4 pairs of sheets, a table cloth, 1/2 doz. napkins & 2 pillowcases (pillowcoates).

After her parents death, Sara must have moved to Canterbury. She was married in St Mary Bredman, the church where her sister Eleanor was later buried. 
RIPPINGALL, Sara (I2968)
842 When she made her will, Elizabeth was a widow and 'late the wife of John Rippingale'. She had 6 living children: Ellyn, the eldest and executrix; Thomas, John, Sara, Elizabeth and an unnamed child 'that I now goe withall'. This must have been William who was baptised 4 months before probate was granted. All the other children were under 21, except perhaps her eldest daughter, Eleanor.
She left all her children £10-00 and some household goods when they reached age 21, except Ellyn who was the residuary legatee.
The legacy of any son who died was to go to the remaining sons; similarly the legacy of any deceased daughter to the survivors.
She also left her mother 20s.
Her daughters seem to have been better provided for than her sons on the face of it (greater share of the household goods) but I expect that the sons inherited land from their father (I don't have his will). The fact that she was able to leave each of her children £10-00 suggests that she was moderately prosperous. No agricultural produce or effects are mentioned: they could have been previously bequeathed by her husband or perhaps this was some kind of artisan or merchant family and lived in the town of Faversham.

Given the date of Elizabeth’s will, she may have died shortly after the birth of William. 
FUGLER, Elizabeth (I2654)
843 When she married Ellen was 29, and James 54 and a widower. RIPPENGALE, Eleanor (Ellen) (I777)
844 When Stanley joined up in 1915, he lied about his age, giving his year of birth as 1897, rather than 1898. He was only just 17 and was killed 2 years later by the same trench mortar as his brother, Benjamin.

Canada, CEF Burial Registers, First World War, 1914-1919 about Stanley H Rippingale
Name: Stanley H Rippingale
Death Date: 16 Jul 1917
Unit: 20th Battalion
Rank: Private
Service Number: 195361
Cemetery Location:France [Aix-Noulette Communal Cemetery]

Canada, Soldiers of the Great War:
While on duty with a Lewis Gun Crew in a machine gun post in COOPER TRENCH, North of Lens, he was instantly killed by an enemy trench mortar that exploded directly on the post 
RIPPINGALE, Horace Stanley (I1563)
845 When Sylvestro petitioned for naturalisation, he stated that he was married with 1 child BARBI, Sylvestro Raffaelo F (I3238)
846 When Thomas’ mother Elizabeth died, Thomas would have been about 14 years old. In her will, she left Thomas £10-00 at age 21 and a chest RIPPINGALL, Thomas (I2967)
847 Widow on marriage to William PICKETT, Mary (I520)
848 Widow when married Edward BARKER OR BAKER, Elizabeth (I58)
849 Widower on marriage to Judith. HARVEY, Thomas (I298)
850 Widower on marriage to Lucy HUDSON, John (I1816)

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