Surnames registered by Beryl Timbrell
OXSIL User No.: 6082

TRIP 19C Warborough

Notes: I am researching the TRIP family, although the name can be spelt TRIPPE. The people I am interested in were John and Sarah Tripp. They lived in Warborough in the early 1800s. John it seemed was a butcher and his wife Sarah became the owner, or ran a beer house, maybe the Cricketers Inn. They had a daughter Emma who married a Frederick Egerton in the 1850s. Frederick was living in London. There were other TRIP children John, Charles, Alfred, George, Matilda and Jane. I traced George working as a butcher in London and Matilda as an apprentice in Wallingford St, Mary. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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