House that stood near to east side of Bishopsford Road, and close to Bishopsford House. Built in 1863 by Samuel Bidder. It was demolished in the 1930s to make way for housing, on what is now Hillfield Avenue.
In the 1911 census, occupants were the Devenish family and servants:
|Name||Relation to head||Birth Date||Age||Gender||Marital Status||Years Married||Occupation||Birth Place|
|Henry Weston Devenish||Head||1859||52||Male||Married||Barrister||Weymouth, Dorset, England|
|Bertha Devenish||Wife||1863||48||Female||Married||22||Kensington, London, England|
|George Weston Devenish||Son||1894||17||Male||Single||School||Surrey, England|
|Henry Purcell Devenish||Son||1896||15||Male||Single||School||Surrey, England|
|Elizabeth Thurton||Servant||1842||69||Female||Single||Domestic Cook||Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England|
|Hester Browning||Servant||1883||28||Female||Single||Ladies Maid Domestic||Soudley, Gloucestershire, England|
|Helena Eliza Tugwell||Servant||1883||28||Female||Single||Domestic Parlourmaid||Clapham, Surrey, England|
|Dora Gladys Kett||Servant||1897||14||Female||Single||Domestic Housemaid||Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire, England|
World War 1 Connections
Lieutenant George Weston Devenish
Maps are reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.