George Tapps

Hinton Admiral House, Christchurch

British landowner and developer involved in the founding of Bournemouth.

- George Tapps
Hinton Admiral House, Christchurch

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Bournemouth

Coastal resort town in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council area of Dorset, England.

Coastal resort town in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council area of Dorset, England.

Welcome to Bournemouth, England's Coastal Garden
Section of a 1759 map of Hampshire by Isaac Taylor, showing the Manor of Christchurch and the area around the Bourne chine
Photochrom of Invalids' Walk, 1890s
A view of Bournemouth showing the temporary wooden jetty that was replaced by an iron pier in 1880.
Photochrom of the entrance to the pier, 1890s
The Waterfront Cinema and Leisure Complex (now demolished)
Bournemouth Town Hall was built in the Victorian period, originally serving as a hotel for visitors to the town.
Bournemouth Beach and Boscombe Pier
Financial services are crucial to the town's economy and Unisys was a major employer in the industry.
Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) is a national conference and music venue in the town.
Bournemouth Pier including the Pier Theatre
Shops and apartments in the centre of Bournemouth
The grave of writer Mary Shelley and her parents, including Mary Wollstonecraft, in St. Peter's Church, Bournemouth
Bournemouth Christmas Market in 2019
St Peter's Church, completed in 1879
The Grade II listed entrance to Boscombe Pier
Bournemouth railway station, built in 1885, with a replica Victorian iron and glass roof
Bournemouth and Poole College Lansdowne Campus
St Stephen's Church, Bournemouth, built in 1898
The Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation
A blue plaque marking the birthplace of Hubert Parry at 2, Richmond Terrace, Bournemouth
Blue Plaque on the Wall of St Peter's Churchyard commemorating the resting place of members of the Shelley family.

The act, together with the Inclosure Commissioners' Award of 1805, transferred 5000 acres into the hands of five private owners, including James Harris, 1st Earl of Malmesbury, and Sir George Ivison Tapps.

Hinton Admiral House

Hinton Admiral

Estate and ancestral home of the Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick family and located in the settlement of Hinton, near Bransgore in Hampshire, England.

Estate and ancestral home of the Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick family and located in the settlement of Hinton, near Bransgore in Hampshire, England.

Hinton Admiral House

When Sir Peter Mews died in 1726 the house eventually passed to his nephew George Ivison Tapps, whose descendants still occupy the house

Christchurch Inclosure Act 1802

United Kingdom local and personal Act of Parliament (42 Geo.

United Kingdom local and personal Act of Parliament (42 Geo.

The majority of this land belonged to the Lord of the Manor of Christchurch, Sir George Ivison Tapps, and as compensation for his loss of interest in the soil he received from the commissioners several tracts of land totalling over 240 acre.

Hinton Admiral House, built by Mews in 1720

Peter Mews of Hinton Admiral

English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1710 to 1726.

English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1710 to 1726.

Hinton Admiral House, built by Mews in 1720

Hinton Admiral passed to his nephew George Ivison Tapps, whose descendants still occupy the house.

A statue of Tregonwell in the town of Bournemouth which he founded.

Lewis Tregonwell

Captain in the Dorset Yeomanry and a historic figure in the early development of what is now Bournemouth.

Captain in the Dorset Yeomanry and a historic figure in the early development of what is now Bournemouth.

A statue of Tregonwell in the town of Bournemouth which he founded.

Tregonwell was able to buy 8.5 acre of what is now Bournemouth town centre for just £179 11s (£179.55) from Sir George Ivison Tapps, the Lord of the Manor of Christchurch.

East Close Hotel.

East Close House

Building of historical significance and a grade II listed building on the English Heritage Register.

Building of historical significance and a grade II listed building on the English Heritage Register.

East Close Hotel.
Advertisement for the sale of East Close 1834
Map of East Close (1846) showing some of the paths, trees and ponds outlined in the sale advertisement.
Sir George Elliot Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick, 3rd Baronet.
Lady Fanny Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick wife of the 3rd Baronet.
Map of East Close 1872 showing garden walls.

His father, Sir George Ivison Tapps, 1st Baronet, already owned nearby Hinton Admiral House and had been tenant of East Close Farm since 1815.

Danebury Fort – aerial image

Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick baronets

Title in the Baronetage of Great Britain.

Title in the Baronetage of Great Britain.

Danebury Fort – aerial image

It was created on 28 July 1791 for the landowner and developer George Tapps.

Oldest Dwelling in Bournemouth, a Cob barn thought to be over 500 years old

History of Bournemouth

The History of Bournemouth and human settlement in the surrounding area goes back for thousands of years.

The History of Bournemouth and human settlement in the surrounding area goes back for thousands of years.

Oldest Dwelling in Bournemouth, a Cob barn thought to be over 500 years old
The Square in Bournemouth with a tram c1910.
The Bournemouth War Memorial, built in 1921, located in the central gardens.
Pier approach, 1890s
The rebuilt Methodist Church on Exeter Road.

Sir George Ivison Tapps, the Lord of the Manor of Christchurch, paid £1,050 for 205 acre including the East Cliff and part of central Bournemouth.

Hinton Admiral, Christchurch

George Tapps-Gervis

British politician and land developer.

British politician and land developer.

Hinton Admiral, Christchurch

He was the only son of Sir George Tapps, 1st Baronet, of Hinton Admiral.

Benches on Great Cumberland Place.

Great Cumberland Place

Street in the City of Westminster, part of Greater London, England.

Street in the City of Westminster, part of Greater London, England.

Benches on Great Cumberland Place.
Statue of Wallenberg

The residents listed in 1833 were: "Hans Busk, Esq.; Sir Clifford Constable; Sir Frederick Hamilton; Lady C. Underwood; Sir G. Ivison Tapps; Baron Bülow (the Prussian Minister); General Sir R. M'Farlane; Leonard Currie, Esq.; Sir S. B. Fludyer, Bart.; Lady Trollope; Earl of Leitrim; Sir Alexander Johnston; and the Hon. and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Norwich", and in Great Cumberland Street "Lord Saltoun; Mrs. Portman; John Wells, Esq.; Colonel Sherwood; Captain Richard Manby; John Lodge, Esq.; Major Murray; Robert Cutlar Fergusson, Esq.; John N. McLeod, Esq.; and Lord Bagot".