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_William LEPPER ___+ _Thomas LEPPER ___________| | |_Sarah MANNING ____ _John LEPPER ______________| | | _George JACKSON ___+ | |_Charlotte Smith JACKSON _| | |_Charlotte SMITH __ | |--Esther Jane LEPPER | | _Joseph LABRUM ____+ | _Thomas LABRUM ___________| | | |_Elizabeth REVITT _ |_Mary Ann Franklin LABRUM _| | ___________________ |_Caroline FRANKLIN _______| |_Susanna FRANKLIN _+
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From the "Maidenhead Advertiser"
Among those present at the Juvenile Ball held in 1902 to celebrate the coronation of Edward VII were: Rose Lepper (15), Edith Lepper (13) & Jennie Lepper (11)
Dale Schultz has an envelope from a letter sent by Hugh Lutkens to his future wife franked 23 February 1918. The envlope reads:
On Active Service
Miss Jean Lepper
6 Cookham Rd
It was also stamped by the censor.
Esther Jane Lepper was known as 'Jen' hence the 'Jean'
1928 sailed from Port Elizabeth to Southampton aboard the Usambara with her three daughters arriving on 18 June 1928. The trip was to see get Pam's hearing fixed, to no avail. Their expected address was 6 Cookham, Road, Maidenhead, Berks. This is the address of where Esther originally lived.
1941 House at 60 Gleneagles Rd, Greenside, Johannesburg registered in her name.
DESCRIPTION EX PARTE APPLICATION. HUGH EDGAR LUTKENS AND ESTER JANE LUTKENS
Grandson Dale Schultz has postcard dated 28 August 1952 acknowledging change of voter district.
DESCRIPTION LUTKENS, ESTHER JANE. (BORN LEPPER).
REMARKS HUGH EDGAR LUTKENS.
Buried in West Park cemetary, grave 1421-2
IN may 1977, her daughter, Joan paid for a new text to be added to the existing stone:
OUR BELOVED MOTHER
ESTHER JANE (LEPPER)
Thomas George Lepper
Arther James Gilroy
 [S195] Birth Certificate
 [S562] Marriage certificate