Dr THR Cashmore Collection

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

This is a collection of research undertaken by Dick Cashmore, as it relates to Richmond. This is largely in the form of notes, photocopies and correspondence. Topics include, but are not limited to, Twickenham Vestry, Church Street (Twickenham), Marble Hill, and Orleans House.

Administrative / Biographical History

Cashmore worked for the Kenya Colonial Service, followed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) while also gaining a PhD at Cambridge. He was also a member of the Twickenham Local History Society, contributing to much research and publications.

Conditions Governing Access

We are currently in the process of cataloguing our collections. To protect personal data, some or all of the records within this collection may be closed for access. If you would like to view this collection, please contact Richmond upon Thames Local Studies Library and Archive. Our contact details are listed online at: http://www.richmond.gov.uk/localstudies

Related Material

Richmond upon Thames Local Studied Library and Archive also holds one vertical file. 'Highshot House' by THR Cashmore, manuscript copy (Ref: L 728.83 T1, search room 24:3) 'York House' annotated BOTLHS paper (Ref: 728.83 T1, search room 24:3) The De Broval Letters (Translation). Written to Mrs Margaret Forbes of Northend House, Twickenham and Seaton near Aberdeen 1804-1810. Translated from the French by Mrs Joan Heath with an introduction and noted by Dr T H R Cashmore. (Ref: CAT/2763) The De Broval letters (Translation). Written to Mrs Margaret Forbes of Northend House, Twickenham and Seaton near Aberdeen 1804-1810. Translated from the French by Mrs Joan Heath. With an introduction and notes by Dr T H R Cashmore. (Ref: CAT/2762) The Twickenham poor in the eighteenth century. The evidence of the Poor Law Overseers' disbursement accounts 1748-1800. (Ref: LC/12729) See also the Morris Family Collection (Ref: DC17)