The home of Fanny Cradock's maternal grandparents and named after Apthorp Villa, in Weston, Somerset, where Fanny's grandfather Charles Hancock had been born. This all implies that it was built by Charles in the late 1800s, or at least that they were the first owners. Demolished 1930.
Building To 1930
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Lion rampant 'H' boundary markers
These markers are similar in function to Elger's boundary marker, but with no names or dates to assist. The local manor house, Highbury House, used to be on the site of Eton House, Leigh Road, to ...
At 1 Rosslyn Gardens, Hampstead. We don't know what went on in "Rosslyn Heights", nor when it ceased, assuming it has.
John Cornelius Park
From The Teddington Society: "a prominent builder and land owner. He was born in Wootton-under Edge, Gloucestershire but by the 1851 Census was living in Teddington. He bought the Lordship of the M...
Valuation surveyor involved in the creation of Burgess Park. He was piloting a Cessna 172 light aircraft when it crashed in a field near Biggin Hill Airfield, Kent. Three colleagues from work were ...
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