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1840 Bulmers Directory Market place Driffield
Edward Creaser and Jas. Elgey Druggist.
1851 census shed 49 Middle St Driffield James Elgey age 35 Head Druggist born Holme Ann Elgey age 30 Wife born Hull John thornehill Elgey 2 son Driffield Mary Thornhill 25 visiter unmarried Hull Reubin Shepperson 18 apprentice
1861 census Source RG9/3608 folio4 enu1, Gt Driffield North side of Market Place James Elgey age 45 Head Druggist born Wetwang Ann Elgey age 40 wife Kingston upon Hull John thornhill Elgey age 12 son scholar Gt. Driffield Charles arthur Elgey age 4 son scholar Gt. Driffield Harry Elgey age 2 son scolar Gt Driffield William Southwick age 20 apprentice Gt. Driffield Henry Scaif age 19 apprentice Pocklington George Calvert age 17 apprentice Howden Alice Walker age 17 housemaid Gt. Driffield Mary Wharram age 13 nurse maid Fridaythorpe
1881 Cencus Place Chemist 27-28 Market Place Driffield James Elgey age 65, Head, born Wetwang Ann E. Elgey age 63, Wife, born Gt Driffield (2nd wife) James W. Elgey age 26, son born Gt Driffield Mary E. Elgey age 16, dau born Gt Driffield
1891 cencus Place 28 Market place, Driffield James Elgey age 75 Widower James Wm. Elgey age 36 son Mary Eliz Elgey age 35 son's wife William J. Elgey age 5 grandson Edith Mary Elgey age 3 grand daughter
1892 Baines Directory
Elgey and son Chemist 27-28 Market Place
Elgy Ltd (JW Elgy, W Parkinson, CJ Southall)
Chemist and druggist,
wholesale and retail grocer, provisions merchants.
Market Place TN 0189
Eastriding.gov.uk/libraries/ Elgey search Collection GREAT DRIFFIELD DEEDS
Level Item Finding No DDX330/9 Title Conveyance for land and property at Great Driffield Date 30 Nov 1886 Description Parties: 1) York Union Banking Company Limited, James Elgey, Charles Forbes Sharp, William Scotchburn, John Frank Sheperdson and Henry Ward all of Great Driffield 2) London and Yokshire Bank Limited Property: land on the west side of Market Place or Middle Street, Great Driffield, with the dwellinghouse then used as a bank and the workshop and stables erected thereon Consideration: £850 Witnesses: William R Braithwaite, clerk to Foster, Tonge and Botlerill, solicitors, Driffield, Henry Botlerill and George B Tonge, solicitor, Great Driffield Includes: plan Extent 1 item
updated 12 feb 2003