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Father: Thomas LEPPER (*1794 +24 Jul 1874)
Mother: Ann POYNTER (*1795 +18 Dec 1878)

John LEPPER (*29 Dec 1828 +3 May 1916)

Wife 1 : Mary LINNELL
Children
  1.  Arthur Carey LEPPER
  2. +Mary Kate LEPPER (*ABT 1852 )
  3. +John Louis LEPPER (*15 Jun 1856 +ABT 1942)
  4.  William Ernest LEPPER (*1858 +27 Aug 1940)
  5. +Agnes Anne LEPPER (*31 Oct 1860 +1946)
  6. +Thomas Albert LEPPER (*1863 )
  7.  Frederick James LEPPER (*ABT 1868 +4 Jul 1928)
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                                    _William LEPPER _+
                  _Thomas LEPPER __|
                 |                 |_Jane WIDDOWS ___
 _Thomas LEPPER _|
|                |                  _John FORSTER ___
|                |_Esther FORSTER _|
|                                  |_Mary ___________
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|--John LEPPER 
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|_Ann POYNTER ___|
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[2605] 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


1866 probably John Lepper:
Croydon's Weekly Standard 22 December 1866
SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT.- On the night of Friday the 7th instant one of the London and North-Western Railway Company’s porters was killed at Wolverton station, by coming into collision with a carriage whilst riding on the steps of an engine. An inquest was held on Monday at the Radcliffe Arms Inn, before J. Worley, Esq., coroner, and a respectable jury, Mr. J. Lepper, foreman.
http://www.mkheritage.co.uk/cv/docs/people/coroner.html


Came out on the "Northumberland" left London 23 Oct 1880, Arrived Wellington 25 Dec 1880. Captained by Capt. Babet. the ship was taking in water so the family was disembarked in Sydney and transferred to a Steamer which was the first steamer to enter Wellington Harbour. the family was Quarintined on Soames Island as there was measles on board



Travelled aboard SS Tekapo from New Zealand to Sydney, Austraila, arriving 22 August 1892

[2607] [S229] 1851 Census

[2608] [S73] Birth Certificate for son John

[2609] [S205] Andrew Parker

[2601] [S172] Hilary Lepper

[2602] [S380] Parish Register micro fiche

[2603] [S179] IGI Records

[2604] [S473] Diary of John Louis Lepper

[2606] [S218] Letter written by Winifred Gow to to her cousin May Lepper

[2610] [S218] Letter written by Winifred Gow to to her cousin May Lepper