Jevons; Burrell

Edward Enos JEVONS and Wallis Byron JEVONS

Edward E JEVONS was born in Lincoln 1829 and died in Market Rasen 1877

He married Sarah Jane Wallis in 1856, is listed as a Chemist of Market Rasen

1856-White’s- EE Jevons, chemist, Market Place

1869-Bayons Lodge 1286, Masonic Hall, John Street, consecrated, a resuscitation of Lodge 612 (1834). EE Jevons was one of the founders

1872-White’s-Edward Enos Jevons, chemist and druggist, oil and colour merchant and insurance (Royal) agent, King Street

1876-Post Office Directory-Edward Enos Jevons, chemist and druggist, oil and colour merchant and insurance agent, King Street

Edward E JEVONS died in 1877

His son Wallis Byron JEVONStake over his fathers business.

WB JEVONS born 1859 in Market Rasen, he married Grace Appleton (1858-1948) in 1884.

1881-Census; Wallis Byron Jevons, aged 21, chemist, King Street. Living with Mum, Sarah J (43) widow, servant Betsy A Waddingham (17). Chemist, 1 assistant, 1 appre. And 1 Boy.

1882-White’s-Wallis Byron Jevons, chemist and druggist, oil and colour merchant and insurance agent, King Street

1889-Kelly’s-Wallis Byron Jevons, chemist and druggist, agent for W & A Gilbey, wine and spirit merchants, King Street. Secretary of the Foal Show, held in the last week in September.

Mrs Jevons senior living at the Villa, Chapel Street.

1892/3- Kelly’s/White’s –Wallis Byron Jevons, chemist and druggist, agent for W & A Gilbey, wine and spirit merchants, King Street, and mineral water manufacturer, Caistor Road.

Member of the Local Board.

1896-Kelly’s-Wallis Byron Jevons, chemist and druggist, agent for W & A Gilbey Limited, wine and spirit merchants, King Street, and mineral water manufacturer, Caistor Road.

1900-Kelly’s-Wallis Byron Jevons, chemist and druggist, agent for W & A Gilbey Limited, wine and spirit merchants, 4 Queen Street,

and mineral water manufacturer, Caistor Road.

1898 parish Magazine

1905-Kelly’s-Wallis Byron Jevons, chemist and druggist, agent for W & A Gilbey Limited, wine and spirit merchants, 4 Queen Street, and mineral water manufacturer, Caistor Road.

1909-Kelly’s-Wallis Byron Jevons, chemist and druggist, 4 Queen Street

1911 Census

W.B JEVONS Agricultual Chemist, Dealer Aerated Water Manufacturer, with Wife Grace and 2 children, and 1 servant. 2 children have died by 1911, had 5 in total. Living in 12 King Street, CS STARBUCK chemist assistant living at 14 King Street…. 10, 12 and 14 owed by Mr Jevons.

1912-W.B Jevons died, aged 53 years.

He had been hon.secretary for Market Rasen Dispensary and Cottage Hospital. Also a Magistrate. He was a “Petrol Head” first in Market Rasen see article below.

1920 Grace sells to Frederick Charles BURRELL

Frederick Charles BURRELL 1871-1938

Son of a Blacksmith born in Hayton, Notts.

1881 Census-Frederick Charles Burrell, aged 10, living with Dad Charles, Mum Ann and brothers Albert and John in South Street, Middle Rasen

1891 Census-Frederick at home with Mum and Dad, High Street, Middle Rasen

1901 Census-FC Burrell was an assistant chemist in Lincoln.

He married Edith Rose Marris in 1905

1911 Census-Frederick and Edith are living at 31 Union Street, with 2 small children. He is a chemist manager. One child had died.

1913-Kelly’s-Frederick Charles Burrell, chemist, 4 King Street (lived at 41 King Street)

1914-local Almanac-Frederick Charles Burrell, chemist, 4 King Street (lived at 41 King Street). His father Charles Burrell – Waterloo Street

1919-Kelly’s-Frederick Charles Burrell, 12 King Street, chemist, sheep dip, cattle medicine, potato sprayer, sheep dipper, and wine and spirit merchant, mineral water manufacturer.

1920- Frederickbuys 10,12 and 14 King Street from Widow Jevons

1926-Kelly’s-Frederick Charles Burrell MPS, chemist, 12 King Street,

1930-Kelly’s-Frederick Charles Burrell MPS, chemist, 12 King Street,

1937-Kelly’s-Frederick Charles Burrell MPS, chemist, 12 King Street,

1938 FC Burrell died

1970 Harold Burrell sold the land behind the shop to WLDC for Festival Hall carpark.