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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cranford Mills

    1650 Cranford joined the neighbouring parishes in petitioning for a corn-mill to be built near the sword-blade mills on Hounslow Heath , 42 which were on the Duke of Northumberland's River , but this mill was never in fact built.

    Heston and Isleworth Hounslow Heath

    Heston and Isleworth Hounslow HeathHOUNSLOW HEATH . It seems likely that the great tract of heath in south-west Middlesex extended originally over most of the area covered with Taplow gravel. The gravel reaches roughly from Smallbury Green and Fulwell

    Cranford Economic and social history

    references to pasture and meadow; most of the pasture was probably on the common, which formed an edge of Hounslow Heath . In 1299 the Templars were granted common of pasture on the heath in the manor of Isleworth by

    Harlington Introduction

    those of the two manors of Harlington and Dawley. 6 In the south the extent of the parish over Hounslow Heath may not have been defined before the 16th century. 7 The parish was reckoned to contain 1,384 acres in

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    Glover in the possession of the Duke of Northumberland , Syon House " 90 Mock Siege of Buda on Hounslow Heath , 1687. From a drawing by Willem van de Velde in the Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam " 91

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Ease for the Inhabitants of these Parts: Which said Chapel was built by King James the Second , at Hounslow Heath , for his Use, when he had his Camp there, and was by the late King William given to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FREEMAN, Ralph (c.1655-86), of East Betchworth, nr. Reigate, Surr.

    and made no speeches in either the second or third Exclusion Parliaments. He was killed in an affray on Hounslow Heath in August 1686. His assailant, an army officer named William Freeman, was found guilty of manslaughter, but pardoned by

    GRANVILLE (GRENVILLE), Bevil (1665-1706).

    on the records of James II’s Parliament. He became an army officer, and was knighted in the camp on Hounslow Heath in 1686. At the Revolution he was sent to Jersey to bring over the garrison to William of Orange.

    NEVILLE, Sir Edward, 1st Bt. (c.1651-85), of Grove, nr. East Retford, Notts.

    a youthful misdemeanour that brought him before the Privy Council on a charge of poaching the royal game on Hounslow Heath, Neville was appointed to the lieutenancy on the recommendation of the 1st Duke of Newcastle, and to the commission

    LEE, Robert atte, of Reading, Berks.

    of his sureties was John Farham†, a former MP and twice mayor. How atte Lee came to find, on Hounslow Heath, ‘a certain sum of money which belongs to the King by reason of his prerogative’ is unknown, but in

    CAYLEY, William (d.1768), of Scampton, Lincs.

    CAYLEY, William (d.1768), of Scampton, Lincs. Constituency Dates Dover 7 Feb 1752 Apr. 1755 Ofifces Held Sec. to Sir Thomas Saunderson, M.P., minister to Lisbon 1722; chargé d’affaires at Lisbon 1723-4, 1725; consul at Cadiz 1726-39; consul at Faro,

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Peter Minchal, George Stockwell, Theft, 31/08/1687

    on the 29th, of July ; upon Tryal it appeared that Sir Bevil's Stable in the Camp time on Hounslow Heath being broken open , and the Goods mentioned taken thence, Stockwell was Apprehended in Kings-street, Westminster as a Suspitious

    Francis Norris, Killing, 31/05/1688

    Gentleman's Footman at Hounslow Heath in the time of the Camp, on the 17th. day of June , in the Second year of His Majesties Reign, & c. was Tryed for Killing Miles Inhall . The Evidence for the King

    George Read, William Selwood, William Mackquear, Violent Theft, 22/04/1691

    Ring, value 10 s. and 20 s. in Mony . The Prosecutor said, That the Prisoners met him upon Hounslow heath and Robbed him of the aforesaid Mony and Goods, which were found about them when taken at the Parish

    William Paradice, Violent Theft, 07/12/1726

    a Coach with a Lady, a Servant Maid and some Children, they had come but a little Way on Hounslow Heath when he saw a Person on Horseback making towards them; a little before he came at the Coach he

    John Turner, Violent Theft, 17/10/1727

    he could not help it: I bid him look upon the Men hanging in Chains. (for it was on Hounslow Heath , in Sight of the Gibbet) I took particular Notice of him, and do verily believe this to be

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    infatna ltealiedt on the head of C60beel Wardle 7 nay, even his conviction far a bighway rob- bers on Hounslow Heath, could not alter or affect the f'zcts which he has established in tlhe 1Iouse of Commons. But of Oonle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the "Glorious Revolution" of 1688, whith was nevertheless the work of foreign force, and the " mutinous":0 military on Hounslow Heath. Ilferely too'! Asif it' was a trifle among the signsof the. times, -that the power of the sword; which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fellows." He robbed Oliuer Cromiwell twice; once as lie was comiig out oF thus Parliament House, 'itud oaice on Hounslow Heath; tind When at Colapte, lie robbeu King Charles II., tten in his exile, of as much l plate usq Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a verdict of " Insanity." ,ExprosioNr OF A POWDER-MILu.L-On Thursday morning, about four etelock, th neihbb ,burhood of Hounslow Heath, Hatton, and its vicinity, were dreadfully alarmed by the explosion of a powder-mill, belonging to Oir Taylor, tie report Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bodies of William Parkes and Nathaniel Edmonds, the two men killed by the recent explosion of a powder-mill on Hounslow Heath. Verdict-Accidental Death. JAr Stir- ling, the Coroner, enquired of one of the partners in the powder-mill (in which it Subscribers-only content


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