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Father: Thomas LEPPER (*1756 +1835)
Mother: Esther FORSTER ( )

Thomas LEPPER (*1794 +24 Jul 1874)

Wife 1 : Ann POYNTER
Children
  1. +William LEPPER (*1823 )
  2. +John LEPPER (*29 Dec 1828 +3 May 1916)
  3. +Anne Agnes LEPPER (*1833 +ABT Dec 1908)
  4.  Mary LEPPER (*1836 +5 May 1851)
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                                     _William LEPPER _+
                   _William LEPPER _|
                  |                 |_Susannah BROWN _
 _Thomas LEPPER __|
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|--Thomas LEPPER 
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|                  _John FORSTER ___|
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|_Esther FORSTER _|
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                  |_Mary ___________|
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[2557] NRO G1247
Thomas Lepper was a workman involved in supplying 2925 bricks 160 squares 100 tiles to John Blunt at Grafton for which J Roper was paid £93 9s 5½d on 30 April 1824

Thomas Lepper was a workman involved in supplying bricks lime and tiles to J. Carvill at Bozenham Mill, Linnell at Stoke, Robert Scrivener at Heathencote, Revd. Wm. Butlin at Roade for which J Roper was paid £26 18s 5½d on 17 April 1828

NRO G2380
Thomas Lepper and Thoms Durrant were workmen involved in the supply of bricks, tiles and lime for Mr Seabrook, Mr Gallard & Joseph Smith at Grafton, Robert Scrivener & Mr Hill at Heathencote late Rd. Campion J. C. Richardson new barn at Hartwell John Newman & William Roddis cottage at Paulerspury Mr Rigby at Lords Fields for which Jogn Roper was paid £84 19s 10d
on 5 December 1829


On April 4 1833 Lepper was paid £84 19s 10d for bricklaying work on 'The Kennels'


1851 Census
1 Pury End, Paulerspury
Thomas Lepper, Head, M, 56, M, Builder & Publican employing 3 men, Paulerspury
Ann Lepper, wife, M, 56, F, ,Paulerspury
William Lepper, son, U, 27,M, Bricklayer and Mason, Paulerspury
Anne Lepper, dau, U, 18, F, Apprentice ??maker, Paulerspury
Mary Lepper, dau, U, 15, F,,Paulerspury
Charlotte? Forster, Neice, U, 19, Lacemaker, Paulerspury
Anne Forster, Neice, U, 16, Lacemaker, Paulerspury

Their son John is thought to be next door with his aunt:

2 Pury End, Paulerspury
Mary Poynter, Head, U, 59, F, Grocer and Tea Dealer, Paulerspury
John Lepper, nephew, U, 22, M, Shopman, Paulerspury

1861 census
108 Pury End, Paulerspury
Thomas Lepper, Head, M, M, 66, Public House, Paulerspury
Anne Lepper, Wife, M, F, 66, , Paulerspury
Archibal Inglis, Son in Law, M, M, 28, Draper, Scotland
Ann Agnes Inglis, Dau, M, F, 28, ,Paulerspury
Mary Rutledge, Servant, , F, 20, servant, Alderton Nothamptonshire

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[2559] [S534] Baptism entry in Parish Register for son William

[2560] [S207] Baptism entry in Parish Register for son John

[2561] [S126] Baptism entry in Parish Register for daugher Ann Agnes

[2562] [S229] 1851 Census

[2563] [S317] Marriage certificate of son William

[2553] [S42] Bill Lepper

[2554] [S380] Parish Register micro fiche

[2555] [S172] Hilary Lepper

[2556] [S42] Bill Lepper