This photograph was sent to us by Jonathan Jennison a relative of George Clay Cutler. It shows George sitting in a pony & trap alongside his daughter Ada Cutler [later Jennison]. They are outside his Saville Green Brewery which I believe was somewhere off Torre Road. George died in 1902 and is buried in Beckett Street in plot 6940 along with his wife and several other family members. In Sylvia Barnard`s book "To Prove I`m Not Forgot" she writes in the chapter "The Great & the Good"
"George served on the Burial Grounds Committee administering the affairs of Beckett Street, Hunslet & Holbeck cemeteries. He struggled from unprivileged beginnings to run first a grocer`s shop and then the Saville Green Brewery, supplying his own beer house and some others round about with pale & mild ales, and stout. He became a Conservative councillor, serving on no fewer than 5 committees."
At the time of his death George was living at "The Elms", a house which stood where the Dominion Cinema would later be built in Chapel Allerton [now both demolished].