Alice Rigg (nee Kempton) (1866-1936Q3)

Alice Rigg (nee Kempton) (1866-1936Q3)

Alice Kempton was born in 1866 and on 14th December 1895 at the Parish church, Leytonstone, West Ham married John Henry Rigg (1865 - ???). The fathers given on the marriage certificate are James Rigg (deceased) a Tailor, and George Kempton a Builder. The witnesses were Arthur Thomas Rigg and Jane Rigg. Alice had a daughter Rebecca Alice Rigg (1897-??) and another daughter who died young. Alice Kempton-Rigg died in Bromley 1936Q3.

In the 1871 census at Stanbrook Cottages Erith there resided:

In the 1881 census [RG11/858] at 1 Western Cott Foots Cray Kent are recorded:

In the 1891 census[] at 228 Shirley Road "Alice Cottage", Foots Cray, Kent there resided:

In the 1901 census at 2 Makepeace Cottages Foots Cray Kent there lived:

and at 1 Makepeace Cottages Foots Cray Kent there lived:

In the 1911 census[RG14PN3714 RD42 SD4 ED10 SN141] for Sidcup Cottage Hospital, is a patient:

In the 1911 census[RG14PN3711 RG78PN140 RD42 SD4 ED7 SN73] at 7 Cambridge Road, Didcup there resided:

Alice is included in a photo of the aunts and uncles of my grandfather Alfred John Rigg (1889-1955).

At one time they lived at 7 Cambridge Road, Sidcup, Kent.

His parents were James Rigg (1816-1883) and Catherine McDonald (1827-1899).
Her parents were George Kempton (1840-??) and Rebecca ??-Kempton (1841-??).

Two family groups are included below of John Henry, his wife Alice Kempton-Rigg and daughter Rebecca Alice Rigg. Rebecca Alice married Reg B Mason and had a daughter Sheila. I believe the pram in which I first enjoyed the open air as a baby was donated to my mother from Sheila Mason.

Alice Rigg was an aunt of my grandfather.

John Henry family

John Henry, his wife Alice, and daughter Rebecca Alice.

John Henry family

John Henry, his wife Alice, and daughter Rebecca Alice.