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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spelthorne Hundred Hanworth Lych Gate, Hanworth Dayrell

    There is a Wesleyan chapel, which was built in 1867 . The most distinctive feature of the parish is Hanworth Park , which occupies the north-east corner and extends over the boundary into Feltham parish. It contains many fine trees,

    Heston and Isleworth Hounslow Heath

    referred to about 1200, and inclosures were made in Heston by the Crane and nearby in the Beavers. 3 Hanworth Park (200 a.) was said in 1517 to have been inclosed since 1495 from former arable land, but its situation

    Sport, ancient and modern Angling

    17 March, 1838 -more than seventy years ago. 19 The promoters of the movement were Mr. Henry Perkins of Hanworth Park , Mr. C. C. Clarke , and Mr. Edward Jesse of Twickenham , Dr. Henry Jepson and Mr. Richard

    Spelthorne Hundred Feltham Cottington

    in 1524 , in return for other lands in Feltham which Henry VII had taken for the enlargement of Hanworth Park , and for which no recompense had been made. 56 The Rye then consisted of a barn and toft,


    seat; Henry made it the scene of many of his sporting pleasures. 121 Towards the end of his reign Hanworth Park was settled in dower on Queen Katherine Parr , who frequently resided there after the king's death, with her

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 9 June 1643, 09 June 1643-09 June 1643

    the Committee of this House for Sequestrations do take Order to assign the House of the Lord Cottington at Hanworth Park , Sir Thomas Lawleye's House in Twittenham Parish, Twittenham Park House belonging to Sir Thomas Nott , Sir Nicholas

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 15 August 1642, 15 August 1642-15 August 1642

    pulling down the Pales of Hanworth Park. The Petition of Cowes , & c. Servants to the Lord Cottington , complaining, "That divers Persons lately attempted to pull down the Pales of Hanworth Park , and came with Guns and


    he could find sureties "for hunting and taking partridges" (p. 24). Three inhabitants of Littleton were indicted for entering Hanworth Park "the free warren of Sir William Killigrewe" (the famous supporter of the drama), and killing seven rabbits with ferrets

    General Index, H, I, J, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    Thomas, the younger; Wallop, Sir Henry. Lord Lieutenant and Vice-Admiral, see Conway, Edward, Viscount. Hanwell , Andrew Gerard Mary Hanworth Park , co. Middlesex Happy Entrance , the Harbord , Charles letters of Harby , Job warrant to his cordage Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for H. De Burgh, Esq., for Hayes and Hil. lingdon. Reynolds, Thomas, Hanworth, appointed by H. Parkin, Esq., for Hanworth Park. Stone, James, West Drayton, appointed by H. De Bargh, Esq., for West Drayton and Colham. Smith, Charles, Harefield, appointed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Spectrum, out of Hemp- ;0) test Park May engagements. May 6, at 9 a.m., Donald Cairn, out of Hanworth Park and WolseylWeltere, at Ktanapton Park May Meeting; filly by Nut- its bloom Ideans pedigree unknown), 2 yre, filly by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the t secoud, Mtessrs. Reilly and Crosse sharing £500. between them. ti 0, In tle decider for this Hanworth Park Stakes, Pamcla Was i %v lucky in defeating Master John, who led thrse lengths, nod after the wiilte had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tnstras.NEs or GU YMAXSXXNG. On the second day, the February Steeplechase nay go to Fn=aL or CmuemuG NANcy, the Hanworth Park Hurdle Plate to Voacaso or IscaUnsa, the Hunters' Hardle Race to Wur NoT or Caze.nau, and the Hempton Park Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'anwrth 'Park, £800.; ad -George 'Eeen, ,,;.bhthe' .under.gams. keeper, William' Sealey: lcdgekeepei:, and Eliz' -Sanby, the' hoikeepbi '. Hanworth Park, 1egciesf .£250,. eaolh. Theestator.:gives to bie tri5,eS. a aualof 'g0'0,0t0', part of an. accoun cialled thbe. "-nobea aecouit,!' belonging Subscribers-only content

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