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Joseph Wippell

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Joseph Wippell (1810-1894)

1842 Birth of son Henry Hugh Wippell

1851 Living at 219 High Street, Exeter: Joseph Wippell (age 40 born Exeter), Woollen Draper and hatter. With his wife Elizabeth, one son and four daughters.[1]

1861 Living at 219 High Street, Exeter: Joseph Wippell (age 50 born Exeter), Woollen Draper and Tailor Employing 21? With his wife Elizabeth and three daughters and a son.[2]

1871 Living at St. David's Hill, Exeter: Joseph Wippell (age 60 born Exeter), Woollen Draper. With his wife Elizabeth, their son and three daughters and two grand-daughters.[3] (This house is listed next to Pack Horse Inn - was this 44 or was 44 and 45 built on this plot))

1881 Living at 44 St. David's Hill, Exeter: Joseph Wippell (age 70 born Exeter), Retired woollen Draper. With his wife Elizabeth, daughter Eliza and three grand-daughters.[4]

1891 Living at 44 St. David's Hill, Exeter: Joseph Wippell (age 80 born Exeter), Retired Woollen Draper. With his wife Elizabeth, daughter Eliza and a grand-daughter.[5]

1892 January 20th. Death of his wife Elizabeth.[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1871 Census
  4. 1881 Census
  5. 1891 census
  6. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 22 January 1892