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Yelverton Lodge

The Yelverton Lodge

Yelverton Lodge is a King George II.

Other owners

  • 1793 James Haverfield
  • 1794 J J Valloton
  • 1805 The Hon Henry Yelverton (d.1805)
  • Henry Cotterell
  • 1806 House rebuilt
  • 1808 William Richards
  • 1851 Emma Ryde & others
  • 1853 Turner Esq MD
  • 1872 Richard Hatton
  • 1879 Vincent Griffiths (1831-1917)[2]

References

  1. ^ Roe, F Gordon (1925). "Annotations to Ruvigny's ‘Blood Royal Of Britain’".  
  2. ^ "Houses of Local Interest & Their Occupiers". Twickenham Museum. Retrieved 5 August 2007. 


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