(See also: Links)

On this page there are links to:
* A timeline of events connected with historic places in Richmond, Sheen, Kew, Ham and Petersham
* Richmond at War 1939-45, our project to collect reminiscences in Richmond town of World War II
* Richmond Old Burial Ground, where more than 1000 graves, recording the deaths of over 2000 people, have been photographed and the inscriptions noted by a group of volunteers
* Richmond Poor Law Union application and report books Over 103,000 names of people applying for poor relief in Richmond Poor Law Union between 1870 and 1912 are now searchable, free of charge, on Surrey History Centre’s website
* Manor Grove, Richmond and London’s first Council housing A posting on the Municipal Dreams blog tells the story of the “Richmond Experiment” as it was known. London’s first Council housing was built in Manor Grove, Richmond in the 1890s