http://www.saund.co.uk/britbase/pgn/191 ... iewer.html
This comprises 32 of the 66 Championship games, 5 from the Major Open, 4 from the Women's Championship and 4 from an unusual (I suspect, fairly informal) match held on the second Monday of the congress between the 12 British Championship competitors and the 12 of the Major Open (which the Major Open XII won by 6½-5½).
The title winner was Richard Clewin Griffith, aged 40, on his first and last appearance in the British Championship. Griffith was then better known as the author of Modern Chess Openings and later became editor of BCM.
A minor snippet about Griffith which I came across earlier today whilst researching the 1912 Championship:
I see Mr Beamish has been mentioned in another thread, earlier today.Morpeth Herald, Friday 30 August 1912 wrote:Mr. R.C. Griffith, who distinguished himself so greatly in the Championship Tournament at Richmond Chess Congress, is an excellent golfer, and filled in a good deal of his time with practice on the Mid-Surrey course, where he is a member. Other well-known chess-players to whom a golf bag is an essential are Mr. Beamish (another excellent golfer) and Mr. A.J. Mackenzie, Mr. E. Macdonald, and Mr. Wardhaugh (who are among the long handicap brethren).
My thanks to Gerard Killoran for help with collecting the game scores.
* note to Richard James: I'm not quite sure where the Castle Assembly Rooms are or were in Richmond, though I haven't tried very hard yet. Any idea?