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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hanwell Charities

    in Hanwell , see p. 235. Char. Com. files. M.R.O., CH/H. 31/72. See p. 224, n. 84. See rep. in Hanwell Gazette , 3 Aug. 1901 (copy in Char. Com. files). Ex inf. the rector. Char. Com. files. M.R.O., Hanwell

    Hanwell Mills

    Hanwell Mills MILLS. There was a mill in the manor of Hanwell in 1086 . 41 No other references to a water-mill in the parish have been found, though a rental of Greenford manor (including Hanwell ) for the early

    Hanwell Economic and social history

    221. H.O. 67/16. M.R.O., Hanwell Incl. Award; cf. Gream, ' Plan of par. of Hanwell 1803', in St. Mary 's ch., Hanwell . Jnl. Stat. Soc. of Lond . vi. 124; cf. e.g. Ealing Libr., Hanwell Vestry Min. Bk. sub

    Hanwell Manor

    that Hanwell was then a subsidiary hamlet of Greenford ; from the middle of the century the manor was generally called ' Greenford and Hanwell ', and lands in Hanwell were described indifferently as held of Greenford manor or Hanwell

    Hanwell Churches

    was retained by the rector of Hanwell . 51 Since 1908 the foundation of new parishes within Hanwell proper has reduced that of the parish church to a comparatively small area. The patronage of Hanwell church belonged to the Abbot

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 06 February 1629, 06 February 1629-06 February 1629

    Question, Three to preach at the Fast, 2. Upon Question, Mr. Harrys, the Lecturer of' St. Margarett's, Mr. Harrys, of Hanwell in Oxon, and Mr. Fitz-Jeofferey, to acquaint them with it. They to agree among themselves who shall .... Examining

    Hanwell

    HanwellHANWELL Situation and boundaries. Extent, soil, & c. Hanwell is situated in the hundred of Elthorne, at the distance of between eight and nine miles from Tybourn turnpike. The parish is bounded by New Brentford, Greenford Magna, Ealing, Northall,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 24 March 1628, 24 March 1628-24 March 1628

    Preachers to be appointed, to preach at the Fast: Nameth Mr. Dyke, of Epping in Essex, and Mr. Harrys, of Hanwell in Oxfordshire. Sir Ro. Phillippes moveth, there may be One Englishman, and One Scottishman. Agreed, Mr. Belcanquo and Mr.

    Cases brought before the committee, December 1653, 01 December 1653-31 December 1653

    13 164 96 160 Thos. Grimsell (late). 30 Dec. 1653. Vol. A No. or p. Order on petition of Thos. Hanwell, his executor, who married his only daughter, begging the Publi c Faith for 50 l . 1 s . Subscribers-only content

    Greenford Magna

    about nine miles from Tybourn-turnpike. It lies in the hundred of Elthorne, and the parish is bounded by Harrow, Northall, Hanwell, Norwood, Ealing, and Greenford Parva, or Perivale. It contains about two thousand acres of land exclusive of roads; about

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Horsa-Dun Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Park Hotel, Hanwell, London, England 1914 Harrow District Masonic Centre, Kenton, London, England 1970 Beetham’s School, Greenford, London, England 1905

    Hanwell Lodge

    Hanwell Lodge (4676) Lodge Details Named in: 1924 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1924 Warrant of Constitution: 5th November 1924. Consecrated 13th February 1925 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Date of Hall Stone Medal:

    Southall-Norwood Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Park Hotel, Hanwell, Middlesex, England 1926 Masonic Temple, New Windsor Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex, England 1953 Uxbridge Masonic Centre, Western House, Hercies Road,

    Fortitude Lodge

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Park Hotel, Hanwell, Middlesex, England 1947 Harrow District Masonic Centre, Kenton, Middlesex, England 1961 Harrow District Masonic Centre, Northwick Circle, Kenton, Middlesex,

    West Ealing Lodge

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Park Hotel, Hanwell, London, England 1946 Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, Surrey, England 1955 Park Royal Hotel, Western Avenue, Ealing, Middlesex,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sylwasom din yn ol y byddai y ewestiwn hwn yn debyg o godi mewn llawer Ile. Mewn lie o'r enw Hanwell, swydd Oxford, aed i ethol bwrdd, ond yn yr etholiad ni enwyd dim ond un, ac wrth weled ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eu rlbesivw. Wvr i'r beonoddwr hu-nr oedd Sainuel Tuke, gwrtlhddrych y byu-graffiad. Iddo ef yn blenaf y mao bodolacth Gwvallgofdy Hanwell yn ddy- ledus, yr hwvn sydd Mwedi hod or ei nefydliad 3i 1842 yn gynillull i sefydhlinac1 cytfelyl). Bu. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Peter, Cornhill-Nr. RoHEaTs-lta9 also the Living ofTotMen- hatr, Middlesex. St. Vedast, Foa'ter-tene-Ur, WArmsarvstv-has likeivise the very valuable Rectory of Hanwell, Middlesex. 8tf Michael, Qeenhkhe-Dr. CooMBs-is a Prebendary of Can terbury, and;Minister ofCurzon-street Chape4. St. Jaettes, G4rlqck IfMi-Mr. STnEV5-ig Leeturer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    insurance-broker. At- tornev, Mr. Bowden, Angel-court, T'hrog~rmortcr-Ereet. 3.1 Richardson, 'Pc wkeshnry, otto jr-manaafacwrer. Attorney, .iir. Saundeis, Sidbury, W-orqestershire. N. Cherry, Hanwell, Oxfordshire, miller. Attorney, Mr. Dury, Banbury. J. Noad, sLratford, Esse, baker. Attornies, Messrs. Evitt a.4. Rixon, 11a3don-square, Mfinories. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the parish of fan ltgiiyqo, Anglcsey, ;vhs retained his faculties to thc last. On MonIlday, the 14th init. at Hanwell Grovi, Middlesex, Sophia, eldest i4.qter of Edmand Henry Lushington, Esq. aged 10 years. On lWednesday, at Walthamnstow Howe, Essex, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 April 1742, 12 April 1742

    of Middlefex ; and for " amending the Road leading from Brent Bridge, near " Hanwell-Heath, through the Panflies of Hanwell, " New Brentford, and Ealing, to the great Weftern Road " in the faid County ;" to which they Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1742, 13 April 1742

    " dlefex, and for amending the Road leading from Brent " Bridge, over Hanwsll Heath, through the Parifhes of " Hanwell, New Brentford, and Ealing, to the great " Weftern Road, in the faid County." Ordered, That the faid Bill Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1742, 13 April 1742

    of Mid- cl dlcfex ; and for amending the Road leading from Brent (l Bridge, over Hanwell Heath, through the Parifhes of " Hanwell, New Brentford, and Ealing, to the great " Weflern Road in the faid County," was committed Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1742, 15 April 1742

    County of " Middlefx ; and for amending the Road leading from " Brent Bridge, over Hanwell Heath, through the " Pari(hes of Hanwell, New Brentford, and Eating, to " the great Weftern Road, in the laid County." - The Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1742, 15 April 1742

    of Middlefex; and for amending the " Road leading from Brent Bridge, over Hanivell " Heath, through the Pariflics of Hanwell, New Brcnt- " ford, and Ealing, to the great Weftern R.oad, in the " faid County." " 6. An Subscribers-only content

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Margaret Wollascote

    Details Margaret Wollascote in religion Mary Crescentia Born in Hanwell Died 1766 30 May in Bruges father Thomas Willascote mother Margret Brand

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

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    George Attwell, Theft, 16/07/1685

    the Parish of Hanwell , Indicted for Feloniously Stealing a brown Gelding, value 3 l. from Richard Walden , on May 30th . It appeared upon the Trial, that Attwell brought the Horse to Branford, to the Sign of the

    John White, Theft, 06/09/1693

    s. in Moneys , from one Henry Newman of Hanwell , who declared that the Prisoner was his Fellow- Servant , and when he came to live with him in the same House he had no Money, and therefore he

    Peter Clarke, Theft, 27/02/1696

    the Parish of Hanwell , was indicted for Felony and Burglary, for breaking the house of Robert West on the 4th of April last, about two a clock in the night, and taking thence a Silver Cup, val. 4 l.

    William Oakely, Theft, 19/05/1697

    of the Parish of Hanwell , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Weather-Sheep, val. 18 d. two Ewe Sheep 3 s. one Black one, and two Lambs , the Goods of Robert Reeve , on the 3 d of May

    Isaac Goring, William Hitchin, Theft, Theft, 20/07/1698

    William Hitchin of Hanwell in Middlesex, were Indicted for Felony and Burglary, in breaking the House of Jonathan Townsend on the 3d of June , and taking 30 pound of Tobacco, 5 s. in Mony, and other Goods . They

 

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