His life and works
|Rosa Mary Louise Kipping|
|Born: 1864 Higher Broughton|
|Died: 1950 Southport|
|James Stanley Kipping 1822-1899|
|Julia Du Val|
|Emily Victoria Julia Kipping 1862-1934|
|Frederic Stanley Kipping 1863-1949|
|Helena Maud Kipping 1866-1949|
|William Cecil Kipping 1867-1908|
|Anita Fanny Kipping 1868-1955|
|George Herbert Kipping 1871-1935|
|Ernest Henry Norbury 1857-1935|
|Doris Rose Norbury 1887-|
|Gilbert Norbury 1888-|
|Muriel Norbury 1893-|
Rosa Kipping in 1875
Rosa Mary Louise Kipping was born in 1864, the daughter of James Stanley Kipping, a senior official in the Manchester Branch of the Bank of England of which his father was the head.
Her mother was Julia Kipping nee Du Val. They lived at Higher Broughton, on the outskirts of Manchester where James Stanley Kipping owned a small farm.
In 1884 she was married at Chorlton in Manchester to Ernest Henry Norbury, the son of James Craig and Susannah Anne Norbury of Withington in Manchester. James Craig Norbury was born in 1827 in Manchester, and was a master printer employing fourteen men and fourteen boys.
Ernest and Rosa Norbury had the following children, all born in Manchester:
Doris Rose Norbury. She was born in 1887.
Gilbert Norbury. He was born in 1888.
Muriel Norbury. She was born in 1893.
In 1891 the family were living at 41 Palatine Road, Withington. By 1901 they had moved to Downthorne, Pine Road, Didsbury in Manchester, and were still there in 1911.
Ernest Norbury died in 1935 at Chapel-en-le-Frith in Derbyshire aged 77 years.
Rosa Norbury died in 1950 at Southport in Lancashire aged 86 years.