The Vineyard, Richmond
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Present number/name

Pre-1936 number / name

Pre-1893 number/name

No 22

No 18

Leslie Villa

TIMELINE

22 The Vineyard

1726 A house first appears on Rates Records. Occupant: I Henckel
1771

Richardson map schedule for plots 355 and 356 shows the owner as Hon Catherine Lessley. (cf Vineyard House)

A parcel of ground about one rood and 4 perches on part of which a coach house and stable is now standing and the other part is converted into garden ground and through and over which runs the footway from Paradise row to the Vineyard and Friars style situate at or near the Vineyard and in her occupation abutting south east in part on the carriageway there and in other part on the garden belonging to a freehold messuage of the said Catherine Lessley north west on a copyhold field of John Halford called Conduit Field north east on a freehold half now belonging to the parish and south west on other copyhold land of said John Halford in part and in other part on said carriageway … Admitted in 1771 on surrender of said John Halford

1881 Census: Leslie Lodge occupied by Thomas Parker, his wife, 5 children and a lodger.
 1891  Census: Jane Butlin, living on her own means, her daughter a music teacher and 10-year old son.
 1901  Census: unoccupied
 1911  Census: Edgell William Mapper, Barister at Law.

 

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