The Twickenham Museum
Research: Houses of local interest and their occupiers

Highshot House

Crown Road, Twickenham

1767 Joshua Spyers (d1768)
1768 *The Dowager Lady Chedworth
1768 Mary Spiers (d1802)
1774 *Vaughan
1776 *Baron d'Aguilar
1784 ?Mr Nettleship (Samuel Lewis)
1789 Samuel Shuker (d1822)
1793 *Captain Hardyman
1800 *Louis Phillipe, Duc d'Orleans > 1807
1809 *Mrs Pope
1819 *Captain James Foy (d1825)
1822 Catherine Matthews by inheritance (d1852)
1825 *Mrs Foy
1845 ?Trustees of G Nettleship
1852 Edwards family of Great Ness, Shropshire
*Mrs Hough (d1885), widow
1872 Mrs Hough
1873 Henry George Bohn of Northend House (d1884)
F H Munton, by inheritance
1882 *Mrs Hough
1883 *Col Lewis Hough & Misses Hough
1885 *Dr Harrison Branthwaite; a Home for Inebriates
1889 Home run by messrs Boone & Gibbs
1892 Home run by Dr Ezra Neale & wife
1892 Home run by Dr Robert Welsh Branthwaite
1902 Dr Thelwell Pike
1905 Home ceased to be licensed unde the inebriates Act. Becomes private nursing home run by Mr & Mrs Hada Dadson
1909 House empty
1913 *Crown Royal Institute
1915 Mr William Belcher
1918 R H Heward & Co, Surgical Appliance Makers
1927 House demolished for commercial redevelopment
Highshot House in about 1806

Note: * signifies tenant or lessee of property, where known. Many of the dates noted are "spot" dates taken from rate books, directories, Enclosure Award, maps, or other sources and may not indicate arrival or departure of an occupier. Occupation is shown chronologically although some exact dates have not yet been ascertained.