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

 

 

 

 

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Pre-1936 number / name

 
 

Pre-1893 number/name

 

Salcombe Villas

 

Salcombe Villas

 

Salcombe Villas

 TIMELINE

  1-4 Salcombe Villas, Vineyard Passage 

  1892

Row of 4 villas built in Vineyard House garden. The Vineyard Passage had previously had a bend in it to give more space for the garden. It was now straightened which left a building plot for the house that is now 24.

1901

Census:
1, Ann Mackrell, Church Attendant, with 3 children and a lodger
2, Emma Bond and 3 boarders
3, Eliza Foster, her daughter and a boarder
4, Robert Burgess, ironmonger's shop assistant, his wife, 2 daughters and a grand-child 

1911

Census:
1, Maurice Hoffman, Tailor, his wife 3 children and a visitor providing 'treatment of disease by the system known as Brozel Home treatment'
2, Emma Mary Bond, Boarding house keeper, and 4 boarders.
3, Arthur Knussen, Accountant, his wife and son
3, Alice Ironmonger, of independent means, and her niece
3, Abraham Clapperson Calbon, Metropolitan Police constable, and his wife
4, Eliya Louise Burgess, dressmaker, her sister and niece.

  

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