Elvington History




Population in 1901 was 335

Parish Clerk John Popplewell


Private Residents:

Angus Bell Brinkworth Hall

Rev Canon John Erskine Clarke M A The Grange

Er Coates The Glen

Mrs Fox Derwent House

George Ogg Gauld M B Bank House

William Frederick Hall The Cottage

Frederick Jacques farmer

Rev Wm Hy Phillips The Rectory

Miss Tindale

Wm Trend Hamlyn von Beverhoudt The Hall

James Webster The Villa

Mrs Harriet Whitaker



William Wilfred Atkin joiner

Francis Carr & son farmers

Arthur Coupland saddler

Charles Alfred Daniel farmer

George Henry Daniel farmer, assistant overseer & Parish Council clerk

Mrs Octavia Fox & son coal dealers

George Ogg Gauld Physician, Medical officer and Public vaccinator

Robert Giles farmer Belvoir House

Robert William Giles farmer

Mrs Mary Hare & Nolan farmers

William Beevers Hindsley farmer

William Hornshaw wheelwright

William Jefferson shopkeeper & beer retailer

Thomas Bellerby Lotherington & son builders

Frank Mitchell shopkeeper

Thomas Mitchell farmer

Frederick Sellers blacksmith

Robert Shaw farmer Scotch farm

Thomas Tatterton farmer

George Taylor farmer & bootmaker

Jonathan Taylor farmer

William Taylor farmer

John Theakstone shoemaker

Joseph William Wallis Grey Horse Inn

Thomas Hick Walls farmer

John Williamson farmer & brick & tile maker

George Lund Wise bricklayer

William Frost Young farm bailiff to Mr Jesse Holmes


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