|7 High Street, Ewell|
|Current Occupier (2013)||Tiger PC|
Computer sales and repairs
Residential Flats above
|Occupier in 1911||Charles William Elliott|
|Details of 1911 Proprietor||Born 1849 Epsom, son of James, then a police constable and later the parish beadle; he was the brother of Marian Elliott, who married Thomas Furniss. His first wife (married 1871) was Mary Ann Molyneux, who died in 1881; they had four children, all born in Ewell - Emma Elizabeth (born 1872, probably died unmarried 1918), Lily Molyneux (1874), Charles James Molyneux (born 1875, rose to Captain in the regular army, married Florence Susannah Daynes) and Frederick (born 1877, railway signalman, married Rosetta Wells). In 1883 Charles married Elizabeth Andrews from Leckford, Hampshire, who was working as a domestic nurse in Cuddington. There were three more children - Herbert Frank (1884-1949, also a local baker; married Anna Mary Lee), Olive Elizabeth (born 1888, married Albert George Spence) and Hilda Mary (1891). Charles died in 1931, then living at 37 College Road, Epsom.|
|Details of building, where known||Run as a bakery by various members of the Wood family up to 1905. Became Carpenter's bakery in 1913. Late mediaeval timber frame building with an Oriel window and 19th century shop front, demolished in 1957.
7 High Street, June 1956
Image courtesy of Bourne Hall Museum.
7 High Street, 2013
Photo by Brian Bouchard