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|William "Good Billy" Fripp
This is thought to be the miniature portrait painted during his visit to England in 1836. See his notes for further details.
~~Supplied by Darby family.
|Miniature of "Good Billy" Fripp
This miniature was in the collection of the Ellis family, accompanied by a torn fronticepiece of a book by John Bunyan, copyright 1830, and with William Fripp's signature. It is assumed to be the picture owned by his great grandson, Frampton Errol Ellis