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Samuel Ryland Phipson

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Samuel Ryland Phipson (1803-1887) of Thomas Phipson and Sons

1803 June 20th. Born the son of Thomas Phipson (1768-1814) and Sarah Barroll, his wife

1831 December 22nd. Married. At Brandon-place, Glasgow, Samuel Ryland Phipson, of Edgbaston, to Ellen Emma Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Captain Lambe, of Sychampton, Warwickshire.[1]

1846. Partnership dissolved. '....the Partnership carried on for some time past at Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, between Samuel Ryland Phipson and Frederick Henry Tootal, under the firm of S. R. Phipson and Co. Stock and Share Brokers, was dissolved, by mutual consent,...'[2]

1871 Living at Wandsworth: Samuel Phipson (age 65 born Birmingham), Landowner. With his wife Ellen Phipson (age 53 born Ombersley, Worcs.) and their son Thomas L. Phipson (age 37 born Birmingham), Professor of (?); their daughter-in-law Catherine Phipson (age 32 born Scotland} and their daughter Florence Phipson (age 21 born Brussels, Belgium). Also two visitors and two servants.[3]

1881 Living at The Cedars, Putney: Samuel Ryland Phipson (age 75 born Warwickshire). With his wife Ellen Emma Elizabeth Phipson (age 64 born Worcester) and their daughter Florence G. Phipson (age 29 born Belgium). Two servants.[4]

Their children were-

  • Thomas Lambe Phipson (1833-1908)
  • Wilson Weatherley Phipson (1838-1891)
  • William Barroll Phipson (1838-1907)
  • Emma Julia Phipson (1840-1840)
  • Emmeline Claridge Phipson (1843-1921)
  • Florence Phipson (1852–1907)

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Birmingham Gazette - Monday 26 December 1831
  2. [1] Gazette Issue 20630 published on the 7 August 1846
  3. 1871 Census
  4. 1881 Census