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1850, marriage of Jesse Ripley and Elizabeth Horner. From 1852-1871, children are baptised to Josiah&Bessy, Jesse&Bessy, Josiah&Elizabeth, Joshua&Elizabeth,and Jesse&Elizabeth. Does anyone know if these are the same people? All in Horbury. Particularly interested in Richard Ripley(son of Jesse) bap. 1854 (later m. Elizabeth Turner), also a John Ripley....2 children Berry&Lucy (1877 & 1880) born to John Ripley and Emma. Is this John the son of Jesse?

Posted Apr 2011
Horbury, Yorkshire, West Riding


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