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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heston and Isleworth Osterley Park

    Heston and Isleworth Osterley Park OSTERLEY 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

    Greenford Other estates

    18th century is the 201 acres belonging to Robert Child (d. 1782) of Osterley . 69 After his death his estates descended with his neighbouring estate of Osterley , and by 1806 the Earl of Jersey held 211 acres in

    Heston and Isleworth Manors

    but nothing, whether arable or meadow, apparently approaching 80 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

    Heston and Isleworth Other estates

    did not do so may have lain in the more distant parts of the manor, by the Brent , round Osterley and North Hyde , 51 or on the edges of the heath, and may have begun as assarts. 52

    Heston and Isleworth Parks

    . It was demolished when the Great West Road was built. 85 The parks attached to the great houses of Osterley and Syon are discussed below, along with the houses. Cal. Pat . 1266-72 , 285; Rot. Hund . (Rec.

  • * British History Online * *

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    others, all right in the manor of Osterley, 15 messuages, and about 650 acres of land in Heston and Norwood, which had been formerly the property of Thomas, son and heir of John Osterley 14 . It appears by an

    Index, N, O

    -, is pardoned, 624. -, -, assists the Queen to escape, 2172. Ostend , petition of the Burgesses of, 1638. Osterley , 222, 253, 283. Otranto , Cape of, 422. Overloepe , D., 1236. Oxford , 552. Oysel , Henri

    Index, N, O

    863 (2), 1667 (1). Osnabruck , Bishop of, see Munster. Osorius , Hieronymus, 221, 229, 238. Ostend , 1452, 1524. Osterley , 1094, 1205, 1217, 1435, 1702. Ostman , Giles, 933, 971. Otley , Thomas, of Harwich, 1400. Owne ,

    General Index, O, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    Richard, 285 -, Robert, 5, 74, 89, 114, 182 -, William, 211, 289, 292 Ose [Hose ] , Jane, 270 Osterley , 69 Osulstone , Hundred of, Bailiffs of the, 94, 206, 285 -, -, -, Constables of the, 94

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 81, October 1571, 01 October 1571-31 October 1571

    which must be signed and sealed. Reminds him of his suit fo r removing the Lady Mary Grey. Oct. 7. Osterley. 37. Lady Mary Keys (Grey) to same. Prays to be restored to the Queen's favour; God having now removed Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    wherein th'Erle of Oxford did lately inhabit, per Ann. ________ } Middlesex . The Capital Mansion Howse of Osterley , with other Howses , Buildinges, Mylles, and other Commodities and Profts within the Parke there, per Ann. 187

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    READE, Thomas (d.1595), of Osterley, Mdx.

    (d.1595), of Osterley, Mdx. Constituency Dates Peterborough 1589 Peterborough 1593 Ofifces Held J.p. Mdx. from c.1592; ?Berks. from c.1583. Biography Reade’s paternal grandmother’s second husband was Sir Thomas Gresham, in whose household the children and grandchildren of her first marriage

    CHILD, Francis (c.1684-1740), of the Marygold, by Temple Bar, and Osterley Pk., Mdx.

    Marygold, by Temple Bar, and Osterley Pk., Mdx. Constituency Dates London 1722 1727 Middlesex 1727 20 Apr. 1740 Ofifces Held Director, E.I. Co. 1718-19, 1721-5, 1726-30, 1731-5; Goldsmiths’ Co. 1721, prime master, 1723-4; alderman of London 1721, sheriff 1722-3, ld.

    CHESEMAN, Robert (1484/85-1547), of Dormans Well, Norwood, Mdx. and London.

    and influential connexions. By 1539 he had added considerably to his stake in the county, having leased the manor of Osterley (once owned by his father) from Syon abbey in 1534 and the possessions of the Trinity friars of Hounslow

    ROANE, Anthony (d.1583), of Hounslow, Mdx.

    the same year he was asked to investigate complaints of unlawful enclosure of common land by Sir Thomas Gresham in Osterley park. This must have been a delicate task, as he was on very friendly terms with Sir Thomas’s family.

    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;

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Alma Lodge

    Hounslow, London, England 1948 Cole Court Masonic Centre, 150 London Road, Twickenham, London, England 1963 Bulstrode Hotel, Hounslow, London, England 1911 Osterley Hotel, Great West Road, Osterley, London, England 1937 Cole Court Hotel, 150 London Road, Twickenham, London, England 1938

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loss to the French Opposition. On the eti-h ult. suddenly, at Twickenbam, Captain James Foy, late Con- rsanAder of the Osterley East Indiamana, in the 7lth year of his age. On Wednesday, at his brother's bouse, ia Ipper Wimpole street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    believed, some effect, as three rien were a few minutes afterwards seen running cut of breath in the direction of Osterley park; the w hole of whom appeared very mrch alarmed, and one of them seemed lame, and in muclr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her Majesty, which the latter peremptorily denied. The parties met this morn. ing at 5 o'clock, in the neighbourhood of Osterley park Mr Berkeley accompanied by the Honourable W. Ridlet' Colborne, M.P., and Captain Boldero by Mr IV. V Mackenzie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2), 22 to I ogot Nluanykhir (t 25 to/ t), 25 te t agst Stroeghbow (t), 25 to I agst Osterley (t), .3 5t0 1 aro Lt hirt (40004 it._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in very small seuas, but woS not altogettter unimportant, inasmuch as it gave Tue Tartar, Fernlhill, Dotheboys, Joe-o'.Sot, Uriel, and Osterley. a furthser advance for tlse events for whicls they are quoted underncath. Escalade was also in favour for tle Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Fenwick [Fenwick] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Location: Nunkeeling (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Bewholme (Bewholme) : undefined Location: Nunkeeling (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Nunkeeling (Litle Kellinge) : undefined Location: Osterley(Osterley) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Swine (Swine) : ecclesiastical parish

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