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Gerard Bartleet Elkington

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Gerard Bartleet Elkington (1854-1933) of Elkington and Co

1854 October 5th. Born the son of Frederick Elkington and his wife Emily

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 Reddich) 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]

1886 Married at Kidderminster to Ethel Marion Wilding

1891 Living at Darygraig, Pembrey, Carmarthenshire: Gerard B. Elkington (age 36 born Selly Oak), J.P., and Manager of Copper Works. With his wife Ethel M. Elkington (age 25 born Arley, Staffs.). Also visitors Hugh Nevill (age 36 born Llanelly), J.P., and Copper Smelter and his wife Maud Nevill (age 31 born Selly Oak). Two servants.[2]

1906 Of 19 Randolph Road, London W. J.P. Director of Elkington and Co and of Ariel Motors (1906) [3]

1911 Living at 51 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, London: Gerard Elkington (age 50 born Northfield, Worcs.), Manufacturing Silversmith - Employer. With his wife Marion Elkington (age 40 born Arley). Married 24 years with no children. Also a visitor Gertrude Elkington (age 40 born Northfield, Worcs.). Seven servants.[4]

1933 August 1st. Died, of 3 Cardogan Court Gardens, Cardogan Place, Mddx.


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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. The Times, Monday, Apr 02, 1906
  4. 1911 Census