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Frederick Elkington

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Frederic Elkington (1826-1905) of Elkington and Co

1826 Born in Birmingham the son of George Richards Elkington and his wife Mary

1861 Living at Selly Wood House, Northfield, Worcs: Frederic Elkington (age 34 born Birmingham), Manufacturer employing 800 persons. With his wife Maria Emily Elkington (age 30 born Redditch) and their five children; Gerard Bartleet Elkington (age 6 born Northfield, Worcs.); Emily Mary Elkington (age 5 born Northfield, Worcs.); Gertrude Elizth Elkington (age 4 born Northfield, Worcs.); Maude Elkington (age 2 born Northfield, Worcs.); and R. Howard Elkington (age 1 month born Northfield, Worcs.). Eight servants.[1]

1901 Living at Sion Hill, Wolverley, Worc: Frederick Elkington (age 74 born Birmingham), J.P., D.L. Worcestershire, Silversmith, Electro-plate Manufacturer - Employer - Widower. With his daughter Gertrude E; Elkington (age 39 born Selly Oak). Eight servants.[2]

1905 January 2nd. Died, of Sion Hill Wolverley. Probate to Herbert Frederick Elkington and Gerard Bartleet Elkington

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1901 Census