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2015 Cripps Family Reunion

A family reunion was held on Sunday, March 1st for the descendants of Tom Cripps and Norma Lymburner formerly of Mumby farm, Northampton.

Tom is the eldest son of Charles Thomas Cripps and Margaret Haigh nee Williams, pioneers of Northampton who took up farming on their property at west Ogilvie in 1894 by swapping a team of horses. 371 more words

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Charter, Cripps, Agnew, Heemskirk & Lyell

Ah, at last this weekend was coming! It had been set aside for three days filled with mischievous adventure for a few months, as we found it would be the only weekend we could both get out and about together. 2,483 more words


Charter, Cripps, Agnew, Heemskirk, Lyell: 8-10 November

This weekend had been set aside a month or two ago, when Jess and I went through all the dates between then and the end of the year and discovered that this was the only weekend we both had free. 4,272 more words


Charles Thomas (Snr)

There have been many wars over the course of history but one that stands out was the “Great War”, which began on July 28, 1914 with Austria-Hungary’s declaration of war with Serbia. 710 more words

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Pte Thomas Richard Cripps

The Battle of the Somme, also known as the Somme Offensive, was a battle of the First World War fought by the armies of the British and French empires against the German Empire. 845 more words


Pte David Charles Cripps

Today, 12 September 2014 marks the 70th anniversary of the sinking of the “Rakuyo Maru” on the 12th September 1944.  541 Australian Army Personnel lost their lives when approximately 700 Australian and 600 British POW servicemen were on board, sailing from Singapore to Japan. 1,440 more words


Ganged Pots! (yo)

Even pots have, like, their hoods ‘n’stuff where they’re, like, protecting their turf. You got the reds v the blues, the Sharks and the Jets, and right there you got your Logs v your Linears. 39 more words