Drayton Remembers

1921 Census: Frederick Dabinett and his wife ran the Crown Inn at Drayton. Six of their children were living in the pub with them.

Frederick & Elizabeth Dabinett and family.
1921 Census. The Eastment family. Two brothers and two sisters were living at Drayton Court, all unmarried. They had three servants and two 12 year old guests from Russia were staying with them.
The Eastment family outside Drayton Court. People not identified, so do not know if any of these were living at the Courtat the time of the census.
1921 census: The Mead family. They were living at Drayton Manor.
An earlier photo of the Mead family in the drive of Drayton Manor
Major Maurice Trevilian and his family who were living at Midelney Place at the time of census. They also had a chauffeur, Frank Alford and a butler, Walter Maslin.
The Trevilian family – earlier than 1921 as Edwin Trevilian is standing in the middle, with a beard. He died in 1914. Maurice is standing on the left.
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1 thought on “Drayton Remembers”

  1. Penelope Jayne Fitzsimmons

    One of the servants at Drayton court listed on the 1921 census Dorothy Maude Willey was my Grandmother. She is buried in St Catherine’s church cemetery at back of church. When she got married to Lennard Herbert Chard they lived at Garden Cottage, School St. They had one daughter my mum who was married in the church and I was christened there as well.

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