See also

Family of Charles HUNTRISS and Elizabeth Louisa SABIN

Husband: Charles HUNTRISS



Wife: Elizabeth Louisa SABIN


Elizabeth Louisa SABIN, 1911, age 59

  • Name:

  • Elizabeth Louisa SABIN2,4

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Father:

  • -

  • Mother:

  • -

  • Birth:

  • 1852

  • Calworth, Northants

  • Death:

  • 1926 (age 73-74)


Note on Husband: Charles HUNTRISS

1861 Census - Halifax

Confirmed when at Blackheath school

1871 Census - living in Milton, Oxfordshire

1881 Census states occupation as "Farmer of 128 acres, employing 3 men, 2 boys" Redlands Farm, Lighthorne Warwickshire

1891 Census - Banbury Road, Wardington, Banbury , living on own means

1901 Census - "living on own means" at Manor House, Milton, Adderbury, with Elizabeth, 5 servants; groom, cowman, houseboy, housemaid and cook. William H Smith, a medical practicioner/surgeon born in Somerset, was a visitor at the time.

Resident of Wardington, Oxfordshire circa 1891




Milton Manor

Milton Manor House, High St, Milton, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 4EN Tel: 01235 862321

Milton Manor is a tall classically inspired mid-17th century red-brick house. Milton Manor stands on the edge of the village and the first view of the house is across a lake. The main block, dating from the 17th century, is five bays wide and has three storeys and a basement under a hipped roof. The main facades have Ionic pilasters and further decoration is provided by the white-painted eaves cornice. Each floor has four rooms.

The Hall and Drawing Room are on the ground floor of the entrance or east front. The Hall is reached through screen opening off the passage which divides the building. The Dining Room is on the garden front, next to the staircase which rises to the height of the house. Many of the rooms were remodelled by Bryant Barrett in the 18th century but the carved wooden chimneypiece in the Hall is contemporary with the original house. The Drawing Room has a plaster ceiling, with oak and laurel wreaths, which is also original. The Library situated in the south wing is a larger 18th century room decorated with a plaster frieze and cornice. The Gothic windows and bookcases were carved by Richard Lawrence of London and are surmounted by ogee arches. Items from the family's collection of late-18th and 19th century English porcelain are now displayed in the Gothic bookcases. Over the fireplace is a group portrait of Bryant Barrett, with his wife and brother-in-law by Joseph Highmore. The Gothic Chapel was dedicated in 1773. The windows contain medieval English and 17th century Flemish stained glass. Some of the Mass vestments date from 1760. The grounds surrounding Milton Manor House were laid out when the house was remodelled by Bryant Barrett in the 18th century. The park has some fine old trees and there are two lakes. There is also a walled garden and stables. Pony rides and shire horse cart rides are often available and other animals to be seen include rare-breed pigs and llamas.






Kelly's Directory of Oxfordshire, 1907


Huntriss, Charles, manor House

Note on Wife: Elizabeth Louisa SABIN

. Lived at Northants - 1901 census

Visitor with James Fox, Bristol at 1921 Census


1911 census - with her sister, Mary Arkell, at London Road, Moreton-in-marsh. Birth year said to be 1861.



GRO (via Simon Giles).


Richard C Huntriss.


1881 Census.


1901 Census.


1891 census.