The Vineyard, Richmond
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Pre-1936 number/name

Pre-1893 number/name



2 Duncan Villas


29 The Vineyard

 1771 Richardson Manor map shows the site to be owned by Late Michels Trust.
 1842 Driver map shows no building at this date
 1861  Census: Mary Webster, her daughter and a servant
 1865 OS map shows the houses built
 1865 Whibleys: Webster Mrs
 1871  Census: Mary Webster, income from horses, her daughter and servant
 1874  Wood: Thuillier, E.
 1881  Census: John Scrivener, Draper's Buyer, his wife, daughter, servant and a boarder.
 1891  Census: Frederick Long, Insurance Clerk, his sister and a servant.
 1901  Census: Frank Lynne, teacher (London School Board),his wife and a servant.
 1910-15  Valuation Office Survey

Description: House, garden,
Occupier: G. Laws
Owner: Clerk of Michel Trustees
Interest of owner: Freehold
Subordinate interest: Mrs A. M. Scrivener, Paradise Road leasehold 63 years from 29/09/1851
Occupier's tenancy: 1 years from 1910
Gross Value: £500

 1911  Census: George Laws, Sanitary Inspector Richmond Borough Council, his wife, father- and mother-in-law and sister-in-law.
 1956 Trustees of Michel's Almshouse Charity sold the freehold to Robert Kenrick Foulkes of 87 Addison Road London for £2900.
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