[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]



Henry O. RIPLEY, 77, of 372 South Ave., a resident of Attleboro, Mass.,
for 55 years and for many years a poultry farmer until he retired four
years ago because of failing eyesight, died in Sturdy Memorial
hospital. He had been in the hospital for a week as the result of a
fall at his home. Mr. Ripley was born in Nova Scotia, a son of the late
John and Julia (Siddall) Ripley. He worked in the jewelry industry in
Attleboro for many years at the S.O. Bigney company and later at the
L.G. Balfour company before starting his poultry business. He was a
member of the Christian Science Church. He leaves his widow, Mrs.
Elizabeth A. (Johnson) Ripley, and two sons, Richard A. and Clarence J.,
both of Attleboro, three grandchilddren, Robert C., Richard E., and Joan
W. Ripley; a brother, Arthur Ripley of Londonderry, N.S., and a sister,
Mrs. Howard L. Miller of Hartford, Conn., and several nieces and
nephews. The funeral service was held at the John W. Monoy Funeral
home, 160 Park St. Burial took place in the family lot at North
Purchase cemetery.

From the Amherst Daily News Newspaper, published Friday, 2 January
1953, page 4.