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Houses of Local Interest & their Occupiers
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1743 House built by Robert Parsons (d1753), carpenter of Church Lane, Twickenham
1745 *George Jones, solicitor
1752 *Robert Cramond, slave trader
1753 Eleanor Land & James Newton by inheritance
1756 *Isaac Fernandez Nunez (d1762)
1764 *Stafford Briscoe (1713-1789), goldsmith
1784 James & Thomas Land by inheritance
William Land
1789 *John Briscoe (1747-1809)
1801 John Briscoe
1809 John Ivatt Briscoe (1791-1870) by inheritance
1843 Lord Kilmorey
1853 Frederick G Watkins
1855 *Edward Chapman
*Charles James Freake
1858 Frederick G Watkins
1860 Edward Jas Coleman Esq; Charles Clark & Son, surgeons
1871 W Vernon Harcourt, M P
1872 Richard Laming
1878 ?Mr Quick
1882 J Quick
1887 ditto
1906 House demolished

detail from an engraving by A Walker after a drawing by Augustin Heckel
detail from an engraving by A Walker after a drawing by Augustin Heckel

the house seen from Strawberry Hill
the house seen from Strawberry Hill

the house seen from Strawberry Hill
detail of the house seen from Strawberry Hill



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