PGPT302

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 in 1980s (Restoration Begins) | No Comments

PGPT302 Date: 1980 Source: Photograph by volunteer For other pictures of the fountain in the early 1980s see PGPT085,181,201/2. This view has been taken looking West, so the Plantation house can be seen top left through the overgrown saplings.

PGPT319

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 in 1980s (Restoration Begins) | No Comments

PGPT319 Date: 1980 Source: photograph by volunteer This photograph shows as clearly as the 1980 photographs of the fountain (e.g. PGPT302) what a task was taken on by the original volunteers in the garden. A comparison with PGPT320, of the same view, indicates how much work was done to remove the years of growth of […]

PGPT183 and 208

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 in 1990–2000 | No Comments

PGPT183 and 208 Date:1990 Source: photograph by volunteer This photograph appeared on the back cover of Ex Fonte no.12 1991, and was taken during an open Day in September 1990. At that time the garden was not open to the public on a daily basis; visits had to be on a Sunday, on an Open […]

PGPT085

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 in 1980s (Restoration Begins) | No Comments

PGPT085 Date Early 1980s Source Photgraph by Allan Sewell, a volunteer The photgraph shows Bryony Nierop-Reading, who organised the first meeting, in Norwich City Library, of people who would be interested in starting the restoration of the Plantation garden. She had been alerted to the existence of the garden by a midwife who attended the […]

PGPT181

Posted on Nov 10, 2014 in 1980s (Restoration Begins) | No Comments

PGPT181 Date: 1980s Source: photogaraph by volunteer Allan Sewell In Ex Fonte no 1, 1980, there is a description of the state of the fountain and what needed to be done. This photograph illustrates the description: ‘At a first glance the fountain appeared, almost more than anything else in the garden, to be in imminent […]

PGPT045

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PGPT045 Date: 1960 Aerial view some time during the sixties. The Palm House area and half the lawn has already been abandoned and the fountain basin is empty

PGPT140

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PGPT140 Date: 1956 Source: as PGPT137 This time the group of midwives has chosen the wall at the northern end of the lower lawn as a background for their photograph (cf PGPT060) The pedestal on the left clearly lacks an urn which should stand on top. The plaque is one of several of the same […]

PGPT137

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PGPT137 Date: 1956 Source: Photograph donated by Mrs High, trainee midwife George Green’s death in 1929 marked the end of the use of the Plantation as a private house. In the following decades it was used first as a private clinic, and then as a hostel for midwives in training. Fortunately some of them took […]

PGPT142

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PGPT142 Date: 1956 Source: as PGPT137 As in PGPT141, these midwives also have chosen the Doulton fountain on the upper lawn as the background of their photograph. Cardigans and different plants in the fountain basin indicate a different time of year!

PGPT141

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PGPT141 Date: 1947-50 Source: as PGPT138 Another of the photographs taken by midwives staying at the Plantation. The background chosen here is the Doulton fountain then situated on the lawn beside the house (see PGPT014)

PGPT150

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PGPT150 Date: 1947-50 Source: as in PGPT138 The midwives are seen here in front of Plantation house, in their uniforms, setting off for work on their bicycles, their accustomed method of transport.

PGPT139

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PGPT139 Date: 1947-50 Source: as PGPT138 Here the style of numbers on the original date stone can be seen clearly (see PGPT136)

PGPT138

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PGPT138 Date: 1947-50 Source: Photograph donated by Mrs Dalziel Mrs Dalziel was also a trainee midwife and she donated photographs of herself and her contemporaries after she visited the garden in September 1990 from her home in the Wirral.

PGPT188

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PGPT188 Date: 1940s/50s? Source: donated by visitor Date and subject not known. The interest lies in a further illustration of the original 1857 date plaque (see PGPT186 etc).

PGPT046 and PGPT047

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PGPT046 Date 1940s Source Photograph given to PG archive by someone who had lived in the Plantation house during her training as a midwife PGPT 047 Date 1936 Source Photograph given to PG archive by Mrs Trick nee Drake (the child in the photograph) The side elevation of ‘The Beeches’ with its 19c conservatory is […]

PGPT014

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PGPT014 Date:1940s/50s Source: unknown This photograph was taken on the lawn to the South of Plantation House. It shows a gardener standing beside a fountain, parts of which were discovered here in 1980 and removed into the protection of the brick shed in the Plantation garden. This ceramic fountain was made by Doulton, and is […]

PGPT149

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PGPT149 Date: 1940 Source: photograph from Harvey family This photograph, showing Edward and Connie Harvey in 1940 resting after a game of tennis, was donated with quite a story. Edward Harvey’s sister was on the midwifery staff at Plantation house and so when he came home on leave from the army in 1940 he was […]

PGPT052

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PGPT052 1940 A pre-war aerial view from the south. The fountain appears to be in action

PGPT048

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PGPT048 Date 1935 Source Photograph given to PG archive by Mrs Trick, nee Drake The rustic summer house shown here in the garden of ‘The Beeches’ (cf PGPT051) was of similar taste to the summer house in The Plantation (cf PGPT007). This garden has been built on since 1980 for an extension to the hotel […]

PGPT146

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PGPT146 Date: 1930s Source: Photograph donated by a nurse The background chosen here was the front of the Plantation house. The nurse looks very similar to the one in PGPT145. Was this a record of a patient being collected after a successful stay in the maternity home?

PGPT145 and PGPT155

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PGPT145 Date: 1930s Source: as PGPT143 As in PGPT143, a smartly uniformed nurse is showing off her charges – in a rather risky conveyance! The Roman Catholic cathedral can be seen in the background of this photograph taken on the lawn beside the house. Mr Walwyn identified himself as one of the babies in the […]

PGPT144

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PGPT144 Date: 1930s Source: as PGPT143 Presumably a mother with the baby she has borne in the Plantation clinic. In the background are visible an urn shaped like a shell (still there) and the balustrade (now restored, see PGPT040/1/2). Photographs dating to 1947 and 1956 (in the archive but not included here) show the same […]

PGPT143

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PGPT143 Date: 1930s Source: Photograph donated in 1997 by Mr T.C.L. Walwyn In the 1930s the Plantation was home to a maternity clinic/nursing home where private doctors performed operations and delivered babies. During this time the room to the right of the front door was converted into an operating theatre see PGPT….).Here a group of […]

PGPT153

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PGPT153 Date: 1930s Source: as PGPT151/4 PGPT152 gave the view of the garden looking South, here we have the view looking North. The label was ‘House from grounds showing tennis court.’ The contrast between the untidiness of the bed on the West of the lawn (left) and its neat appearance in PGPT019, 021 is striking.

PGPT152

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PGPT152 Date: 1930s Source: as PGPT151/4 This photograph (label ‘View of Garden’) must have been taken from the rustic bridge, looking South. The Palm House has been demolished and replaced by a rose garden(?). In the foreground a framework can just be seen beneath climbing plants: was this the remains of the glazed structure (entrance […]

PGPT017

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PGPT017 Date: unknown Source: Green family album This view has been taken from the rustic bridge, looking South (cf PGPT001) It appears to be a companion photograph to PGPT006. It is notable that the lawn and main path have been grassed over: the trangles of ivy on the terrace walls (cf 001) have been replaced […]

PGPT151 and PGPT154

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PGPT151 and PGPT154 Date: 1930s Source: Advertising brochure for nursing home in 1930s After the death of George Green in 1929 a group of doctors took over the lease of the Plantation and set up a clinic and nursing home. (Since the garden was opened to the public in 1980 many visitors have told us […]

PGPT023

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PGPT023 Date:c.1930 Source: see below This photograph was given to the Trust by Kathleen Barnard, great grand-daughter of Henry Trevor. It was taken by her father, Stanley Trevor, who was one of the two grandsons to whom Henry Trevor left the residue of his estate.

PGPT063 and 230

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PGPT063 and 230 Date 1919/20 Source Detail from photograph in Green family album In the family album. George Colman Green, son of George Green, has written ‘The North Elmham Naval Boys at the Plantation, 1919-20’ On the same page is a photograph of the boys in their sailor hats with the Lady Mayoress (Mrs Green). […]

PGPT033

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PGPT033 Date suggested 1920s. Source of original unknown. . The date on the back of this postcard (cf PGPT032) was probably based on the size of the trees along the West wall. Interesting features are the rustic fence in the lower left hand corner, the steps on the West bank, the urns on the pedestals […]

PGPT024, 025, 026

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PGPT024, 025, 026 Date unknown, of unknown subjects in the garden.

PGPT027

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PGPT027 Date:1920s Source: Green family album The path on the left has been grassed over to enlarge the lawn for a tennis court. The ivy on the terrace is very overgrown, and so are the plants on the rockworks. There is a structure which was described as an umpire’s stand at the top of the […]

PGPT069, 070, 071

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PGPT069, 070, 071 Date 1920s Source Green family album These are duplicates of PGPT022

PGPT022

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PGT022 Date:1920s Source: Green family album Rather poor copies of rather poor photographs from the family album of the Greens. George Green held the lease of the Plantation throughout the 1920s, and here members of his family are playing tennis on the lawn and 2 young children are peeping through the balustrades at the top […]

PGPT016

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PGPT016 Date:1927 Source: Brian Page, grandson of J.J.G.Page produced this view, looking North from the terrace, with his box camera (cf PGPT005) Steps can be seen (before the fountain) leading up to the ‘window folly’ ( ), the rustic bridge is just visible beyond the fountain, and the central lawn has become a tennis court […]

PGPT005

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PGPT005 Date:c.1927 Source:family album of the Page family (cf PGPT016) This photograph was taken by Brian Page, grandson of the John Joseph Gray Page who was the eldest stepson of Henry Trevor. Bettine Page produced it for the PGPT. This view was taken from the rustic bridge and can be compared with 001. By this […]

PGPT006

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PGPT006 Date: 1920s Source: Green family album This is a companion photograph to PGPT017. It is notable that the Palm House has been demolished, and probably a rose garden has replaced it. The ivy on the supporting wall is overgrown (cf PGPT001) as is the bank in front of it. There are at least 3 […]

PGPT004

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PGPT004 Date:1920s Source: photo in PG archive Group of Baptist ladies who were organising a fête in PG. This was during the period when George Green () lived in the Plantation. He was a strong supporter of St. Mary’s Baptist Church. This photo was produced (at a talk given in June 2008) by the child […]

PGPT087

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PGPT087 Date 1919/20 Source Photograph in PGPT archive copied from Green family album When George Green became Lord Mayor in 1919 he wanted to live in an establishment suitable for that office. He settled upon the Plantation, and lived there until his death in 1929. This photograph shows him and Mrs Green setting out in […]

PGPT062

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PGPT062 Date 1920s Source Photograph in PGPT archives from Green Family Mr and Mrs Green are shown posing in the garden (cf PGPT 059) on the steps between the remains of the propagating house (Guide book p.33) on the left and the ‘Window’ (cf PGPT 061) on the right. Cf PGPT096 for the appearance of […]

PGPT061

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PGPT061 Date 1919/20 Source Photograph in PGPT archive Another photograph (cf PGPT060) recording an occasion when George Green welcomed a group of visitors into the garden. Perhaps these were ministers attending a Baptist conference. George Green is wearing the mayoral chain of office. The group is posing in front of the ‘Window’ built by Henry […]

PGPT060

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PGPT060 Date 1920s Source Photograph in PGPT archive As mentioned in PGPT059 George Green used the garden for various events. On this occasion he seems to be entertaining the staff of his shops in Norwich and Yarmouth. Everyone is wearing a hat except Mr and Mrs Green! The wall in the background is the ‘medieval’ […]

PGPT059

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PGPT059 Date 1920s Source Photograph in PGPT archive George Green held the lease of the Plantatation from 1919, when he became Mayor, until his death in 1928. He and Mrs Green played a prominent part in various aspects of Norwich public life, and used the garden as a background for many occasions as can be […]

PGPT033

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PGPT033 Date suggested 1920s. Source of original unknown. . The date on the back of this postcard (cf PGPT032) was probably based on the size of the trees along the West wall. Interesting features are the rustic fence in the lower left hand corner, the steps on the West bank, the urns on the pedestals […]

PGPT066

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PGPT066 Date 1909 Source Boulton and Paul 1909 catalogue (copy in Norfolk Record Office) This photograph of the interior of the Palm House, built in 1895, at Carrow House, owned by the Colman family (of Colman’s mustard fame), gives us the best idea we can have of the interior of the Palm House in the […]

PGPT034

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PGPT034 Date 1st quarter 20c Source of original unknown. This image is a postcard (cf PGPT 032) The gardener’s cottage in The Plantation is described in the 1897 auction particulars*. In the 1860 census one George Woodhouse* and his family were living in the cottage, and he was still Henry Trevor’s head gardener in 1897 […]

PGPT018

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PGPT018 Date:1890s Source: Photograph in PGPT archive The cathedral of St John the Baptist (R.C.) is an immediate neighbour of the Plantation garden. It was built between 1884 and 1910 on the site of the old city gaol. It was built for the 15th Duke of Norfolk and designed by G.G.Scott Jun. Henry Trevor must […]

PGPT017

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PGPT017 Date: unknown Source: Green family album This view has been taken from the rustic bridge, looking South (cf PGPT001) It appears to be a companion photograph to PGPT006. It is notable that the lawn and main path have been grassed over: the trangles of ivy on the terrace walls (cf 001) have been replaced […]

PGPT056

Posted on Nov 4, 2014 in 1842 to 1897 (The Early Years) | No Comments

PGPT056 Date 1897 Source Detail of PGPT001 This enlargement shows clearly the propagating house (described in the auction particulars as ‘span-roof…..24ft by 10ft), with the row of finials along the top, an open door and plants standing on the shelf inside. There is also a cold frame behind. On the pedestals around the fountain urns […]

PGPT055

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PGPT055 Date: 1897 Source: See PGPT054 This is the southern section of the map shown in PGPT054. Notable features include the fountain (top right), the glass propagating house (crosshatched), steps, paths and flowerbeds. The number ‘1’ is the lot number of this property at the auction and the names on the right hand side are […]

PGPT054

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PGPT054 Date: 1897 Source: the map that was used by Spelmans in the auction particulars when Henry Trevor’s estate was sold in 1897. It was based on the O.S. map of 1883/4 This is the northern section of the 1883/4 map. The entrance to the garden lies further north, leading off the Earlham Rd .Henry […]

PGPT051

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PGPT051 Date: 1897 Source: Auction sale particulars, as PGPT008 This photograph shows ‘The Beeches’, which Henry Trevor built in the 1860s between his own dwelling house and the Earlham Rd. The conservatory, garden and thatched summerhouse (cf PGPT047/8) are visible to the left of the house. Henry Trevor let the property to tenants. In 1897 […]

PGPT010

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PGPT010 Date:1897 Source: as PGPT008/9. The photograph shows The Elms, Heigham Grove. In 1897 and for many years before, Henry Trevor’s stepson, John Joseph Gray Page (PGPT168) lived in this house with his large family.

PGPT008 and PGPT009

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PGPT008,009 Date:1897 Source: Spelman (auctioneers) included these photographs in their particulars of sale of the lease of the Plantation house and garden and other properties owned by Henry Trevor. The sale was held after Henry Trevor’s death in May 1897. PGPT008 shows part of the terrace of 7 houses which Henry Trevor built in the […]

PGPT169

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PGPT169 Date: 14th July 1892 Source: original poster in Norfolk Record office, copy in PGPT archive This poster advertises ‘An International bazaar and Garden Party’ to be held in The Plantation ‘through the kindness of Henry Trevor Esq.’ in aid of the Y.M.C.A. Stalls represented goods from various countries (ivory from Bombay, Japanese wares, Spanish […]

PGPT015

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PGPT015 Date:1890s Source: negative donated by J.F.C.Mills The photograph was taken from the lawn of the Plantation house, looking across the top of the Palm house to St John’s Catholic cathedral. The cathedral is only partly built, and this is how the photograph can be dated to the 1890s. N.b. the globe lights beside the […]

PGPT018

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PGPT018 Date:1890s Source: photograph in PGPT archive The cathedral of St John the Baptist (R.C.) is an immediate neighbour of the Plantation garden. It was built, between 1884 and 1910, on the site of the old city gaol, for the 15th Duke of Norfolk. The architect was G.G.Scott Jun. Henry Trevor must have been delighted […]

PGPT007

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PGPT007 Date:1886 Source: original photograph in PGPT archive re-photographed by Sarah Cocke in 1998. This detail is taken from a family photograph (cf PGPT479) posed in front of the rustic summerhouse. It shows John Joseph Gray Page, Henry Trevor’s stepson and business partner (see PGPT295 for a watercolour of John as a charming toddler!) One […]

PGPT231

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PGPT231 Date: 2008 (1880) Source: photograph by volunteer For the story of the discovery of this pediment see PGPT134. We do not know whether these bricks were produced by Gunton Bros. This is the latest date (1880) to appear in the garden.

PGPT341

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PGPT341 Date: 1842 Source: ‘The Plantation Garden’ by Sheila Adam, UEA dissertation 1996 This copy of the tithe map (1842) illustrates the fact that Joseph Gray, Henry Trevor’s father-in-law, owned considerable property in the area of Heigham Grove and Chester Place. At this time there were 2 buildings on the site of the Plantation, and […]

PGPT294

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PGPT294 Date: 18th October, 1842 Source: The Norwich Mercury newspaper See PGPT079 for discussion of Henry Trevor’s advertisement. Here more of the surrounding advertisements are shown, giving a picture of commercial activity in Norwich when Henry Trevor opened his shop.

PGPT079

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PGPT079 Date: 15th October 1842 Source: The Norwich Mercury newspaper This advertisement was placed in the newspaper by Henry Trevor as he opened his shop in Exchange Street (then called Post-Office Street) which ran from the market square down to the river. The salesmanship is skilful: the wide range of products, their modernity, high quality […]

PGPT019

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PGPT019 Date:1890s Source: photograph taken by John Gavin. PGPT003 shows an enlarged detail of this photograph. This view was taken from the Italian terrace looking North, from a point slightly lower than in PGPT002. The plantings are so similar in these 2 photographs that it is tempting to think they come from the same set, […]

PGPT002

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PGPT002 Date:1897 Source: as in PGPT001 This view was taken looking north from the top of the Italian terrace. The Plantation house (PGPT067) can be seen near the horizon on the left, and the Palm House and Winter Garden (PGPT003) are visible at the far end of the garden. The way the ivy has been […]

PGPT001

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PGPT001 Date:1897 Source: Spelman (auctioneers) included this photograph in their particulars of sale of the lease of the Plantation house and garden. The sale was held after Henry Trevor’s death in May 1897. Re-photographed in 1998 by Sarah Cocke from the original in the NRO. This view was taken looking south from the rustic bridge […]

PGPT479

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PGPT479 Date 1886 Source: original 1886 photograph in PGPT archive, re-photographed by Sarah Cocke 1998 It is remarkably fortunate that this family photograph has survived since 1886. members of Henry Trevor’s family are posed in front of a rustic summerhouse in the Plantation garden, probably returned from, or about to set out for, the service […]

PGPT136

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PGPT136 Date: 10th July 2007 Source: photograph by volunteer The ‘Gothic’ fountain was built by Henry Trevor in 1857, a year after he finished his house (cf PGPT366). It must have provided immediately a view point of interest in the quarry where he was planning his garden. It is a unique feature: a tribute to […]

PGPT067

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PGPT067 Date 1897 Source Auction particulars, as in PGPT001 This shows the Plantation house which Henry Trevor completed in 1856 (date on Chimney) He was granted a 75 year lease of the land (a former quarry) from 1855, at a ground rent of £66 p.a. A condition of the lease was that he was to […]

PGPT106

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PGPT106 Date: probably 1850-60 Source: Kathleen Barnard, descendant of Henry Trevor. This photograph is probably of Henry Trevor. The inscription on the back of the original, in the Trevor family’s collection of photographs, reads ‘Great-grandfather Trevor’. Unfortunately, because of a marriage of cousins, there were 2 great-grandfather Trevors – Henry and his brother Frederick. As […]