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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Twyford Church

    house , 15 a., 4 marks a year from manors in Buckinghamshire where the Capellas had land, 94 and tithes; Gunnersbury manor in Ealing was also considered to belong to the chapelry, presumably paying tithes. 95 The chapel was equipped

    Ealing and Brentford Roman catholicism

    became independent of Downside 1947 and became an abbey 1955. 46 St. Dunstan's , Gunnersbury , opened in hall on E. side of Gunnersbury school in Gunnersbury Ave. 1931. 47 Seated 250 in 1978 . 48 Holy Family church, Vale

    Ealing and Brentford Manors

    of Gunnersbury Park ; some was interspersed with other estates and some was included in Ealing and Gunnersbury parks. 49 The manor house was called Ealingbury in 1422 , 50 Ealingbury House in 1813 , 51 and Ealingbury or Gunnersbury

    Chiswick Introduction

    of Turnham Green the line of the Roman road and the former boundary are followed by Chiswick High Road through Gunnersbury , a district mainly in Ealing but later with its railway station and other public buildings in Chiswick .

    Chiswick Protestant nonconformity

    of religious obligation' : 50 a.m. ; 44 aft. ; 30 p.m. 2 Closed by 1903 . Turnham Green or Gunnersbury Cong. church originated in mtgs. in lecture hall from 1873. Hall burnt down 1875, plot bought S. side Chiswick

  • * British History Online * *

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    Ealing

    Sir Thomas Frowick, (born at Gunnersbury 9 ,) was a very eminent lawyer, and became Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. He was settled at Finchley: his elder brother Sir Henry 10 inherited Gunnersbury, which appears to have descended

    General Index, G, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    , a ship from Guionneau , Lewis Guise , Sir John Gulieker , Peternel Gullan , Mistress Gulstein , Mons. Gunnersbury Gunpowder plot , the Gure , Christian Gurney , Commander Gurtruy , Guthrie , John Guy , Henry Mr. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1591-31 December 1594

    trial at Guilford , coppices in Guise , Duke of, (Charles of Lorraine) Gullell , alias Gulwell, Elbright, pardon to Gunnersbury , Middlesex Gunpowder , or powder consumption of demand for estimate of quantities of required for cannon makers of Subscribers-only content

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

    (Goulley, Gullie) -, Christopher, 8, 71, 74, 429 -, James, 322, 348 Gunne , Richard, 56 -, William, 255, 435 Gunnersbury , 115 Gunter , Roger, 203, 215, 427 Gurden , see Jurden. Gurley , Ralph, 71, 163 Gurnett ,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, March 1737, 21-31, 21 March 1737-31 March 1737

    and others. L. Hobart, for Sale of Gunnersbury House, Bill. The Lord Lovell reported from the Lords Committees to whom the Bill, intituled, "An Act for Sale of the Capital Messuage of Gunnersbury , and other Lands and Hereditaments, late

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FURNESE, Henry (d.1756), of Gunnersbury, Mdx.

    (d.1756), of Gunnersbury, Mdx. Constituency Dates Dover 20 Dec. 1720 1734 Morpeth 18 May 1738 1741 New Romney 1741 30 Aug. 1756 Ofifces Held Sec. to Treasury July-Dec. 1742; ld. of Treasury Dec. 1755- d. Biography Apprenticed as a young

    MAYNARD, Sir John (1604-90), of Gunnersbury, Mdx.

    John (1604-90), of Gunnersbury, Mdx. Constituency Dates Totnes Apr. 1640 6 Dec. 1648 Plymouth 1656 1658 Newtown IoW 1659 Totnes 16 Mar. 1660 Plymouth 4 June 1660 Exeter 29 Dec. 1660 Bere Alston 16 May 1661 Jan. 1679 Plymouth Mar.

    MAYNARD, John I (1604-90), of Gunnersbury and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx.

    I (1604-90), of Gunnersbury and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx. Constituency Dates Totnes Apr. 1640 Totnes Nov. 1640 Plymouth 1656 Newtown IoW 1659 Plymouth 9 June 1660 Exeter 4 June 1660 Bere Alston 16 May 1661 Plymouth Mar. 1679 Plymouth Oct.

    SHORDITCH, John II (d.1407), of Chelsea, Mdx.

    manors of Stanwell, Middlesex, Knebworth, Hertfordshire, and Northill, Bedfordshire.[footnote] He also joined with his father in acquiring the manor of Gunnersbury, Middlesex, from Thomas Charlton† in 1390, being confirmed in his title by a fine sued out in the court

    SHORDITCH, John I (d.1410), of Hackney, Mdx. and London.

    for either his city properties in the parishes of St. Martin Orgar and All Hallows Barking, or the manor of Gunnersbury, Middlesex, which he purchased from Thomas Charlton† in 1390. The manor of Pinner was described as being ‘of his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his deanery in the county of Antrim, in the 85th year of his age. BABONESS ROTHSCHrLD died on Thursday at Gunnersbury park, her seat, near Baling. The Baroness was seized with determination of' blood to the head on the 25th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    station of that rail- way, a branch from the Kensington station to the North and South- Western Junction Railway near Gunnersbury lane, and thence to Richmond, near the bridge. "An extension from the latter branch to near the Twickenham station Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on m- Mlonday night, and appears to have becn waylaid and 5 a robbed. Of Mr. Osborne, the station-master at Gunnersbury Jeec ct, tion, was huncked down late on Tuesday night by a lili es, engine and killed, both his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. _2 . .. .., . * The Transvaal delegation wcill arrive at Brussiels at the end of the week. The newspaper stamp, still in force in Austria, is to be abolished on January 1, 1885. The 300th performance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    discase has now reached London in what threatens soon to become an epidemic form, the neighbourhoods specially affected being Chiswick, Gunnersbury, and Turuham Green. Some people, and especially those of low vitality and nervous temperament, are more susceptible to the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 March 1736, 15 March 1737

    Torrington. PRAYERS. Hodie 2a vice lecla eft Billa, intituled, " An A<ftL' " for Sale of the Capital Meffuage of Gunnersbury, andoi " other Lands and Hereditaments, late the Eftate of Sirhoufe» Bl11 " John Maynard Knight, Serjeant at Law; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    Commons acquainted therewith, i/>id. Royal Affent, 613 b. GUNDELACH, LAURENCE ef zz/. ;-Naturalization Bill, 4 Geo. 1. w/z/e Ludolph, Martin. GUNNERSBURY in Middlefex ;-Capital Meffuage of;-Bill 10 Geo. 2. for Sale of, iszc. wide Maynard, Sir John. GUNNERTON in Northumberland Subscribers-only content

    An Act for Sale of the Capital Messuage of Gunnersbury, and other Lands and Hereditaments late the Estate of Sir John Maynard, Knight, Serjeant at Law; and for purchasing another Estate to be settled ..., 11 June 1736

    8KJ SfM tm St« ^fe ACT /ör J#/<? 0/ /i>tf Gzp/ta/ i%^zg£ 0/ Gunnersbury, ^*/ ö/ffer L^/^j* #/^ jHkra&ta/«£0/.r fe? £fe £yto£ 0/ J» John Maynard, if/z/gfe, J^r/V^»/ *3tf L^ot; <372^ ft? ja? L/jfcr 0/ ä/> /F/V/. »rpetenö Sir ^o£# Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 August 1725

    Greenwich Hospital, Xeratf Grove, JVe^'wfl7i«wi Gunnersbury, _3/äVi»!/(W.r Gunnerton, JVor^umJirfantf Haddington, County of, <S«^/<ro<tf Hadington, Z(/j«5i«^Ä Hadleigh, &#7i Halsted, JT«»i! Halse Woodford, iVorÜßM/i/ö» Hamsterly, Z>ar/w»B Hanchurch Heath, &'to//öro/ Hunts, County of Hardwyck, Zter&^i/«r« Hareby, Z»i«>/ra Harmston, Zt'nrWn Harthül, Fori Hawksworth, JVoi!7«»^/iff»* Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 August 1725

    1-5 12-18 MIDDLESEX (17 above )• Stocks Market 10-19 Bromley 24-12 Strand (Northumberland House) 16-29 Edmonton 4-28 Threadneedle Street 10-18 Gunnersbury 10..4 Northall 29-48 Hendon 27-19 Paddington 6-10 London (19 above, Stepney 25-16 Bishopsgate Str ;et 10-18 Tottenham 4-28 Brewer'a Subscribers-only content

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

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    BENJAMIN SMITH, Theft, 25/10/1786

    Amelia; the house from whence the lead was stolen, is in the pleasure grounds, in the parish of Ealing at Gunnersbury ; on Saturday morning, on the 21st of October, between eight and nine, as I was going round the

    CRISTOPHER HIGGINS, Theft, 01/04/1818

    stating it to be for stealing the said roots. JOHN HIERSON . I am a gardener , and live at Gunnersbury . WILLIAM HIERSON. I am the prosecutor's son. On the 28th of March, at seven o'clock in the evening,

 

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