|Birth: ||Nov. 9, 1658|
|Death: ||May 18, 1739|
He was a man widely known and respected, as of sterling sense and judgment; he was one of the first justices of the peace in Connecticut, and was appointed May, 1698, when that office was first instituted ; was the first representative sent by Windham to the General Assembly, appearing there- May, 1699. " He was also one of the seven pillars or counselors, and justice of the quorum in 1726. Joshua was the son of John and Elizabeth Hobart Ripley.
John Ripley (1621 - 1684)
Elizabeth Hobart Ripley (1632 - 1692)
Hannah Bradford Ripley (1662 - 1738)
Alice Ripley Edgerton (1683 - 1768)*
Hannah Ripley Webb (1685 - 1751)*
Faith Ripley Bingham (1686 - 1721)*
Joshua Ripley (1688 - 1773)*
Margaret Ripley Seabury (1690 - 1774)*
Leah Ripley Cook (1693 - 1775)*
Rachel Ripley Tracy (1693 - 1782)*
Hezekiah Ripley (1695 - 1779)*
David Ripley (1697 - 1781)*
Irene Ripley Manning (1700 - 1726)*
Ann Ripley Wheat (1704 - 1747)*
Jerusha Ripley Brown (1704 - 1792)*
Here lies Interred ye Body of Joshua Ripley, Esqr one of His Majestys Justices for the County of Windham ye husband of Mrs. Hannah Ripley Departed this Life May the 18, 1739 in ye 81 year of his Age.
Note: My 6G Grandfather.
Windham Center Cemetery
Created by: James E. Welch
Record added: Jun 05, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27347010