RIPPER Edwin married Elizabeth THOMPSON 1877
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Edwin RIPPER, born Cornwall, and Elizabeth THOMPSON, born Melbourne,
were married in Victoria in 1877.
Possible death for Edwin is 1901 in Ballarat, Victoria, aged 63 years.
Parents named as Edwin RIPPER and Pricella KENDALL.
Elizabeth died 1938 in Richmond, Victoria, aged 83 years.
Parents named as unknown THOMPSON and Elizabeth WALSH.
Birth note. Elizabeth born 1854 in Melbourne, Victoria.
Parents named as Charles THOMPSON and Eliza WELCH.
Seven children located Victorian records for Edwin and Elizabeth.
Alice Ethel Percilla RIPPER.
Born: 1878 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1884 Sandhurst, Victoria, aged 06 years.
Emily Elizabeth KENDALL.
Born: 1880 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1884 Sandhurst, Victoria, aged 05 years.
Edwin Charles RIPPER.
Born: 1882 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1951 South Melbourne, Victoria, aged 59 years.
Married: Essie Fidelis SCARCE.
William George Harold RIPPER.
Born: 1885 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1972 Melbourne, Victoria, aged 87 years.
James Herbert RIPPER.
Born: 1889 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1979 Windsor, Victoria, aged 90 years.
Married: Jessie Ann KNIGHTON.
Jessie died 1967, Sale, Victoria, aged 77 years.
Parents named as George KNIGHTON and Elizabeth SAMPSON.
Norman Clarence RIPPER.
Born: 1892 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1948 Maffra, Victoria, aged 56 years.
Married: Doris Margaret GIBSON.
Doris died 1935, Stratford, Victoria, aged 40 years.
Parents named as Neil Henry GIBSON and Emblyn BLUNDON.
Beatrice Elizabeth RIPPER.
Born: 1896 Ballarat, Victoria.
Died: 1967 Frankston, Victoria, aged 71 years.
Married: Thomas Harold Anketell WATTS.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
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