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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heston and Isleworth Osterley Park

    Heston and Isleworth Osterley ParkOSTERLEY PARK. Like Syon, of which it has been described as an architectural miniature, 43 Osterley (see plate facing p. 101) is in origin a 16thcentury house largely remodelled by Robert Adam . In this

    Industries Paper

    and 1576 another eminent London citizen, Sir Thomas Gresham , set up a paper mill on his estate at Osterley Park , Middlesex . This mill formed the subject of an Exchequer inquiry to determine whether it had encroached on

    List of illustrations

    Entrance Hall, Syon House. From a photograph by Country Life , 1 Dec. 1950 , p. 1873 " 100 Osterley Park and Stables. Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd., 1932 " 101 Great West Road at Brentford . Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd.,

    Heston and Isleworth Manors

    acres. 35 The Osterley property was probably the later Fawkeners fields (about 30-40 a.), which were afterwards inclosed in Osterley Park . 36 Several life interests in William de Eyston's lands were granted in the next 50 or so years.

    Norwood , including Southall Introduction

    . Turning eastward it followed the canal, Western Road , and Clifton Road and, crossing the north end of Osterley Park , ran through the lake to the Brent . After turning north up the river it ran west across

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHILD, Samuel (1693-1752), of Osterley Park, Mdx.

    (1693-1752), of Osterley Park, Mdx. Constituency Dates Bishop's Castle 1747 14 Oct. 1752 Biography Samuel Child was a partner in Child’s bank till the death of his brother Francis in 1740, when he became head.[footnote] Before the election of 1747

    CHILD, Francis (c.1735-63), of Osterley Park, Mdx.

    (c.1735-63), of Osterley Park, Mdx. Constituency Dates Bishop's Castle 1761 23 Sept. 1763 Biography In 1756 Francis Child became a partner in the family bank; and in 1761 was returned without a contest for Bishop’s Castle, which his father had

    CHILD, Robert (1739-82), of Osterley Park, Mdx.

    (1739-82), of Osterley Park, Mdx. Constituency Dates Wells 15 Jan. 1766 28 July 1782 Biography Robert Child became a partner in the family banking business in 1760, and in 1763 succeeded his brother as titular head of the firm-it is

    CHILD, Robert (1674-1721), of Portugal Row, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and Osterley Park, Mdx.

    Row, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and Osterley Park, Mdx. Constituency Dates Helston 22 Dec. 1710 1713 Devizes 1713 1715 Ofifces Held Livery, Goldsmiths’ Co. 1698, asst. 1709, prime warden 1714–15; alderman, London 1713–d. Ofifces Held Treasurer, R. Artillery Co. 1704–8; dir.

    WALLER, Sir William I (1598-I668), of Osterley Park, Mdx.

    I (1598-I668), of Osterley Park, Mdx. Constituency Dates Andover Apr. 1640 Andover 3 May 1642 Middlesex 1660 Ofifces Held Prizer and butler of wine imports 1619-52, Sept. 1660-d.; member, committee of both kingdoms 1644-8; trustee for the Elector Palatine 1645;

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 23 Henry VI (1444-5)

    the assignment as situate opposite S. Paul's bakehouse (Hist. MSS. Com., Ninth Report, Appendix, p. 27 a). 1 Near Osterley Park. 2 Little S. Bartholomew or S. Bartholomew by the Exchange. 3 Among the archives of S. Paul's Cathedral is

    General Index, O, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    256 Osbrooke , Nicholas, 315 Osgate , Richard, 136 Osmond , Henry, 76, 231 Osmotherelaw (Osmotherly), Thomas, 100, 123 Osterley Park , 315 Osulstone , Hundred of, 76, 446 -, -, -, Bailiffs of the, 248, 441 -, -, -,

    Wills, 32 Edward III (1358-9)

    having S. John the Baptist for its patron saint. 1 Codicil, originally a small will. 2 Sheriff, 1328; Mayor, 1342 and 1355. 1 Co. Northampton. 2 Henley on Thames. 3 Near Osterley Park, Brentford. 4 Co. Oxford. 5 Co. Surrey.

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1576

    of Heston aforesaid, on the 7th day of May 18 Elizabeth, with staves, twopronged forks, spades and axes at Osterley Park (the said Queen being then there at Osterley House, with divers of the magnates and honourable men of Her

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1613

    at the next Session of the Peace, to answer for lopping and breaking down Sir William Reade's trees in Osterley Park. G. D. R., 12 Jan., 11 James I. 27 December, 11 James I. True Bill that, at Charterhouselane co.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    creesawyd 600 o fechgyn a genethod y Noddfeydd Cenedlaethol i Blant Di- caartref ac Amddifaid i'r 'grounds' perthynal i Osterley Park. gan IarllT a'r Arghiyddes o Jer- sey. Yr Iarl 'ydyw Llywydd *y Neddfeydd. Yr wythnos ddiweddaf croesawodd Mr. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    visit of congratulation on the auspicious event. Thi Royal party breakfasted together. Lord Derby left London ott Saturday for Osterley Park, and the other members of tile Cabinet are either resident in town or are staying in the vicility of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the morning, but returned to Brighton in the evening. The Earl of Derby left London on Saturday evening tor Osterley Park. Mr. Spencer Wal- pole proceeded to Baling. The other members of the Cabinet remain in the mnetropollsaand its vicinity. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Osborne yesterday, at twenty-five minutes before two o'clock, from Windsor Castle. Lord Stanley left town on Tuesday for Osterley Park. WI~e 3ShtrzpThs. THE SMITHFIEI.D CLUB C.ATTLE Saow.-Tlhe Smitlifield Club Cattle Show was opened on Tuesday to the public, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Clemen- tina Villiers. The lamented deceased, who was in the bloom of womanhood, expired on Tuesday last at Osterley Park, the Countess of Jersey's seat, near Hanwell. Lady Adele was the youngest of the family of the Countess of Subscribers-only content

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