Following his retirement from active government service in 1854, Edwin Chadwick moved to Richmond (red spot), several miles west of London. The southwestern boundaries of Reynolds' Map of 1859 is shown in orange and the River Thames is presented in blue. Click on Richmond for more details. 
Source: London and Windsor. in Reprint of the First Edition of the One-Inch Ordnance Survery of England and Wales, Sheet 71. First published Aug 1, 1822 by Major Colby Tower. Features added in 1822-24 (early printing), 1824-40 (James Gardner printing), 1840-7 (post Gardner, pre-electrotype printing), 1847 (electrotype printing), and 1850-90 (middle and late electrotype printing). Finally, railways were inserted in May, 1891. 
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