The Vineyard, Richmond
  An Online History for residents, their families and friends

 

Present number

65

TIMELINE

63-65 The Vineyard

Pre - 1900 See prior use of the site at Mount Ararat House.
1901 Census: Unoccupied
1911

Census: Thomas Grell, Butcher, his wife, daughter and sister-in-law

 1927 -1939

 Jenny Franklin writes:

My Great Grandfather lived at 65 The Vineyard at least from 1927 until his death on the 26th January 1939.  His wife is still living there on the 1939 register. Arthur Henry Douglass was a shop keeper.  He ran two ironmonger shops with the help of his three children, one at 46A Friar Style Road, Richmond and the other at 205 Lower Mortlake Road, Richmond, Surrey.

On June 8th 1927  his second son, Charles William Dougl ass, was married from this address. He was registered as an electrician and Arthur Henry Douglass is described as a tradesman.

In 1935 his daughter, Gladys Eliza Emma Douglass, was described as a shop assistant in her marriage register.

In 1939 the shop at 46 Friar Style Road was taken over by Arthur's oldest son my Grandfather, Frederick Arthur Douglass.

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