Houses in Beard's Hill
Houses in Beard's Hill
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Houses in Beard's Hill
This view shows the rows of terraced houses on the east side of Beard's Hill, Hampton. The name commemorates the tenor John Beard (c1717-91), who was a contemporary of David Garrick living at nearby Rose Hill, which is now Hampton Library. Beard's Hill, and similar housing in the adjacent Rosehill and some in Oldfield Road, were built by Hampton UDC in the former grounds of Rose Hill house in 1903. Many were occupied by manual workers and labourers employed at the nearby Hampton Water Works. A Humber Imperial and a Triumph 1300 can be seen parked in the road.
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