Augustus Frederick Elmslie

1823 - 1914


London West India merchant in the post-Emancipation era and later wharfinger and dock owner. Son of James Elmslie (q.v.) and grandson of John Elmslie senior (q.v.). His first identifiable partnership, Richardson and Elmslie West India merchants of 32 Moorgate Street, was dissolved in 1843. He left £10,000 at death in 1914.


London Gazette 20289 28 November 1843 p. 4095

Further Information

Wealth at death
£10,752 4S 1D

Legacies Summary

Commercial (2)

Founder partner
Name partner

Cultural (1)

Two companion portraits by George Henry Laporte, 'Portrait of Augustus Frederick Elmslie on his hunter Whitestocking' and 'Portrait of Augustus Frederick Elmslie on his hunter Sobersides' c. 1873.... 
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Relationships (4)

Son → Father
Grandson → Grandfather
Nephew → Uncle
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Augustus Frederick Elmslie was co-excutor of the will of his uncle William in...

Addresses (1)

Endsleigh Street, London, Middlesex, London, England