Elvington History




Brink North is in the township and parish of Elvington, 6 miles from York

The Church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity, in the Deanery of Bulmer.

The Patron is the Crown

Rev Thomas Maude is the Incumbent

The population is 478


Private residents:

Mrs Ann Cheap Anfield Villa

A H Darley Esq Elvington Hall

Mrs Hume Brinkworth Hall

Thomas Maude Rector



Edward Atkin butcher

Christopher Dresser butcher


John Blanchard

William Bowman Horse & cow Farrier (Vet)

James Burniston

Thomas Carr

Thomas Dodsworth

George Emerson

Benjamin Leafe

John Smallwood

Henry Ramsay Spence Esq

John Turton & coal merchant


William Holmes

John Taylor

William Whittaker


George Appleyard carpenter & wheelwright

William Bellerby Schoolmaster

George Bullock Grey Horse Inn

William Dickson surgeon

James Foster shoemaker

Thomas Lotherington shopkeeper & blacksmith

Charles Milner shoemaker

Henry Raney blacksmith & shopkeeper

Henry Ramsay Spence Esq land agent at York

Joseph Theakstone shoemaker

J Theakstone beer retailer

Robert Ward carpenter & wheelwright


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