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This is page 4 of 4 tracing the history of the Tippins family. Originally from the Shoreditch and Hackney areas of London, it shows the branches that moved to Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Lancashire and Sleaford, Lincolnshire as well as the link by marriage to the Chapple family  If you have a connection to any individual or family featured here, or if you want to leave us your feedback, contact us. Browse the Tippins pages by clicking the forward/back arrows or following the numbered e.g. [2] or parental [Parents] links.

The Tippins Family of Shoreditch, London

Fifth Generation

11.Link to census Walter George Leslie TIPPINS [Parents]. Born quarter ending March 1897 in Stratford, Walter George Leslie died 15/3/1940 in Brentford, age about 42. Occupation: Butcher.

An entry in the England & Wales National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1861-1941 reads:  “Tippins Walter George Leslie of 246 Twickenham Road Isleworth Middlesex died 15 March 1940 Administration London 15 June to Amelia Elizabeth Sarah Tippins widow. Effects £730.” (The equivalent of about £43,000 today.)

In the quarter ending December 1919, when Walter George Leslie was age 22, he married Amelia Elizabeth Sarah RAINBIRD in West Ham. Born 1894 in West Ham, it is not know when Amelia Elizabeth Sarah died. Walter was Amelia’s second husband. She married her first, Walter JOPLING, on 12/5/1913 at St Paul, Bethnal Green. Walter was born about 1891 in Bethnal Green & died 9/2/1919 in France.

Walter George Leslie & Amelia Elizabeth Sarah had 4 children, all of whom may still be alive so are not shown.

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