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Re: LEPINE
« Reply #45 on: Monday 08 January 18 10:29 GMT (UK) »
Jon

Again thank you for all your info. -- On the above, would you be able to supply the details of the children from both the Stephen Lepine b1792 two marriages of Lucy Pawley and Married Allen ? Many thanks   J


Jon,
Many Many thanks again,
  Are you / do you have the information of what 2 Son's received the inheritance, or can you tell me where the best place to start to look for this info, please ????
 
  Best Regards,     JUST J

Here you go...

Children of Stephen Lepine (1792-1861):

With first wife Lucy Pawley\Lepine (1793–1825) who he married in 1812

1. Rev. Stephen Lepine (1813–1895)
2. William Lepine (1815–1815/29)
3. John Lepine (1818–1839)
4. Eliza Lepine (1820–?)
5. George Lepine (1823–1886)

With second wife Mary Allen\Lepine (c1801/2–?) who he married in 1827:

6. James Lepine (1827–aft 1861)
7. William Lepine (1829–?)
8. Edward Lepine (1832–?)
9. Marianne\Mary Ann Lepine\Dane (1834–?)
10. Robert Lepine (1836–1865)
11. Maria Lepine\Reynolds (1838–aft 1863)
12. Angelina Lepine (1842–1851)
13. Henry Lepine (1845–?)
Maycock LAMBETH 1700-1960's
Burcham NORFOLK ??/LAMBETH 1700 - 1960's
Wentzell CRIPPLEGATE/SOUTHWARK 1700-1960's
Sadler CAMBERWELL / LEWISHAM 1700 - 1960's
Elliott WALWORTH / 1700 -1960's
Lepine FRANCE/KENT/WALWORTH/1550's-1950's
Barnes DORSET / WALWORTH

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Re: LEPINE
« Reply #46 on: Monday 08 January 18 13:20 GMT (UK) »
Jon,
Many Many thanks again,
  Are you / do you have the information of what 2 Son's received the inheritance, or can you tell me where the best place to start to look for this info, please ????
 
  Best Regards,     JUST J


The information is on his probate can be found at the link below and you can also order a copy of the will form the site. The names on this are for the executors but I don't know what the will says.

https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/Calendar?surname=lepine&yearOfDeath=1861&page=6#calendar

The probate shows he had effects of less than £200. Using the National Archives currency converter, this would have been the equivalent of £8,632.00 in 2005.

The document shows that he was of the Queen Ann Inn in Maidstone. There is still a Queen Ann pub in Maidstone which is presumably the same place.

Kind regards,
Jon

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