Over The Years: Part 1, A – F. A List of Articles Published in the Honeslaw Chronicle journal, 1978 – 2013 and continuing

THE HONESLAW CHRONICLE, the Journal of the Hounslow and District History Society is published twice-yearly and is sent to subscribing members of the society. This list is in alphabetical order of the subject or title (whichever is more appropriate), of each article. Photocopies of individual articles may be obtained by contacting Feltham Library Local Studies desk (tel. 020 8583 5497; or use the e-mail contact form on this website). Purchasers will be asked to pay the current library photocopying charge (0.17p per A4 sheet, in October ’17); 2nd class postage; and to make a £1.00 donation to the Hounslow & District History Society. The society is unable to accept either card or electronic payments; we ask that cheques be made payable to THE HOUNSLOW & DISTRICT HISTORY SOCIETY.

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Adams, John Quincey. The sixth President of the United States of America lived in Brentford during his service as the United States Ambassador to Great Britain; article by Janet McNamara. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2001.

Airport Memories. Recollections of Hanworth Air Park and Heathrow Airport by Pat Cox. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2008.

Albermarle Gazette. Article on the The Albermarle Gazette – a hand-written family magazine produced weekly by the children of the Thomason family (Hounslow’s local newspaper proprietors) from 1898-1910 . HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1999.

Almshouses: The Heston Almshouses and Cranford Cottage Homes by M. E. Lang. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1978.

Almshouses: Some more local almshouses – The Fairholme Estate, Bedfont and The Butchers’ Charitable Institution, Hounslow. by M. E. Lang. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1979.

Archaeology, Isleworth: Isleworth in the year 4300 B.C. by A.C. Urwin. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1981.

(An) Armenian Girl in Bedfont: Armenian girl refugees fleeing Turkish aggression were brought to Bedfont by the Rev. Gentle-Cackett of Bedfont’s Tabernacle Baptist Church, a Middle-Eastern scholar, linguist and traveller. By Mary Beamson, HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1987.

Ashbee, C. R. (1862-1942): Isleworth born architect and designer, was a leading figure in the Arts and Crafts movement and member of the Toynbee Hall university mission, East London. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1999.

Aston Martin: A Day in September 2013: Commemorating One Hundred Years of Aston Martin (a Feltham-based company between 1926 and 1964); by James Marshall; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2014.

Aungier, George James: Transported for Life: the Sad Fate of Local Historian George Aungier (author of The History and Antiquities of Syon Monastery and the Parish of Isleworth, 1840); by Mary Marshall; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2014.

Avenue House, Cranford: Avenue House and the Graham family, by Andrea Cameron. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Baber Bridge, Hounslow Heath. One of a series of articles on local people, places and ladmarks; by Brian Grumbridge; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2014

Balaclava, battle of: Trumpet Major Henry Joy and the Charge of the Light Brigade, by Andrea Cameron. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1979.

Balch, John, Butcher of Old isleworth, early 1900’s: mentioned in More About Old Isleworth. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994.

Barat, Margery, of Isleworth, d. 1356: The will of Margery Barat of Isleworth transcribed by A.C. Urwin. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1984.

Barnham, Flt. Lt. Denis: Spitfires over Malta, Two Local Pilots in the Air Battles of 1942; by James Marshall; Sgt. Pilot Graysmark of Isleworth and Flt. Lt. Denis Barnham of Feltham; based on One Man’s Window – A memoir of ten weeks in battle for Malta, by Denis Barnham (1956); HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2016.

Bath Road, the, and its Links to the Origins of the Town of Hounslow; by James Marshall. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2016.

Battle of the Somme, WWI: Some Local Casualties in Hounslow Borough Cemeteries; by Mary Marshall. Article in the Honeslaw Chronicle, Autumn 2016.

Bedfont, An Armenian Girl in: Armenian girl refugees fleeing Turkish aggression were brought to Bedfont by the Rev. Gentle-Cackett of Bedfont’s Tabernacle Baptist Church, a Middle-Eastern scholar, linguist and traveller. By Mary Beamson, HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1987.

Bedfont – an Outline History by The Bedfont Research Group: Note on issue of H&DHS publication and a review article in HONESLAW CHRONICLE, issues for March and September 1987.

Bedfont and Hatton National School: The school Log Book described by Pauline Espie. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1978.

Bedfont Gunpowder Mills: the Taylor correspondence (1750-1831) by Eileen Startin. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1986.

Bedfont Gunpowder Mills: archaeological excavations by Phil Philo and J. Mills, review of booklet publication, HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1986.

Bedfont: Market Gardening. A Market Garden in Bedfont, by Pauline Espie. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1984.

Bell Road Dispensary, Hounslow: by Mary Beamson in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1994.

Blue School, Isleworth: 350 years of Isleworth Blue School by Gillian Morris in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1980.

Bombing of Feltham in World War II: by James Marshall; Part I HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2008; Part II HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2008.

Brazil Mill, Isleworth: A history of the Brazil Mill in Isleworth by Stuart Bagnall in HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2013.

Brentford, Battle of, 1642: article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2003.

Brentford Magistrates Court, a Visit to, by members of the Hounslow & District History Society (April 2011): HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2011. The court closed in December 2011.

Brentford Magistrates Court. Licensed to Sell: the Brentford Magistrates Court pub watercolours; by Mary Marshall, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2017. 20 paintings by JT Wilson of pubs in Brentford, Isleworth and Kew, c. 1865-70, purchased at auction by Andrew Pears JP and presented to Brentford magistrates’ court in 1900. Donated to Hounslow Libraries Local Collection 2012.

Brewing and Breweries: article by A. Hopman in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1981.

Bull Baiting on Hounslow Heath: SEE – Trimmer, Rev. Henry Scott, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995.

Bulstrode Family: The Bulstrodes Today, by Walter Morris in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Busch, John; Busch House and Busch Corner: one of a series of articles on local landmarks places and people; by Brian Grumbridge; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2015.

Butchers’ Charitable Institution, Hounslow: Some More Local Almshouses by M.E. Lang, HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1979.

Butts Farm Estate, Hanworth: William Whiteley and the Butts Farm Estate, compiled from “Orchards and Gardens, Ancient and Modern” by Alfred Barnard, 1895, by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1979.

Camplin, Percy Walter, Chief Librarian, Hounslow Library 1912-18. Two New Local War Memorials and an Old One Restored; by James Marshall; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2015.

Canada Geese in Britain and a goose shot at Brentford in 1731: in Historical Animal Snippets by Kevin Brown, in HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1993.

Catholic Community in Isleworth: The origins of the community, by Stuart Bagnall, in HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2000.

Chelsea Physic Garden – A Visit by H&DHS Members: by Liz Mammatt, HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2007.

Cherrill, Virginia (Chaplin’s Girl): Article about American actress Virginia Cherrill, who married the 9th Earl of Jersey, by Liz Mammatt, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2012.

Chick, Susan: A Lady of Bedfont; by Patsy Langley; Book Review by Eddie Menday; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2015.

Child Family of Osterley House: The Child family and the Jersey inheritance by M.E. Lang, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Child – Villiers Family of Osterley House: ‘Granny’s Footsteps’, article by Wendy Sim in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2013. Like her grandmother, Sarah Anne, Adela Villiers also eloped to Gretna Green and married without her family’s approval.

Chiswick Bus Works and the Routemaster: Moving Millions – Hounslow’s Place in the History of Public Transport in London; by James Marshall; part 2 in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2016.

Chiswick House: The Genius of the Place (English Heritage article reprinted), HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1989.

Chubb Limited: SEE – 100 years of Fire-Fighting, 1881-1981 by J. Wilson, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985. (Includes references to Minimax; Pyrene; Rampart Engineering; Read & Campbell.)

Coaching in Hounslow in 1836: An article by the Chairman in the  HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1996.

Collecting Local History: An article by the Chairman of the H&DHS in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1991.

Connell, George, Dairyman of South Street, Isleworth: SEE – More About Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994.

Cook, John Finall (1771-1856): High Constable of the Hundred of Isleworth by J.P. Blake, in the  HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Cornwall, Richard, Earl of: The House of Richard Earl of Cornwall in Isleworth by A.C. Urwin in HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Crane Park: A Diabolical Wheel and a Mystery Solved (a re-thinking of the function of the Shot Tower at Hounslow Gunpowdwer Works); by Chris Hern; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2014.

Cranford, Avenue House: Avenue House and the Graham family, by Andrea Cameron. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Cranford, History: House of Sea Shells – Change and Development in Cranford Between the Wars; by R. Pigram in HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1979.

Cranford, History: Lecture notes by A.C. Marshall written c.1940, reprinted in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1980.

Cricket: SEE ALSO – Hounslow Cricket Club

Cricket: LBW – Law Before Wicket (Sunday Cricket? Not in 1870!); A report from the pages of the Middlesex Chronicle, Hounslow’s weekly newspaper. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2014.

Cycling Club Runs: A Trip With The Albermarle Cycling Club, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1999.

Denyer’s Oil and Colourman’s Household Goods Shop, c.1895: SEE – More About Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994.

(A) Diabolical Wheel and a Mystery Solved – The Shot Tower at Hounslow Gunpowder Works; by Chris Hern; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Part 1, Spring 2014; Part 2 Autumn 2014

Dogget, Thomas: Once A Jolly Waterman – The Watermen of Isleworth and the Dogget’s Coat and Badge Race; by Mary Brown in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1984.

Doubleday, William and George: Brickfield owners resident in Spring Grove 1856-80, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1988 AND The Doubledays of St. Mary’s Spring Grove by D. M. Yarde in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1989.

Drovers: by Mary Beamson in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1994.

Duke of Northumberland’s River: Article by Peter Rowlands in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE September 1987, with an addendum in the issue for March 1988.

Dunkirk, WWII: Rapid I, M. V. The Story of an Isleworth Cabin Cruiser in Wartime and at Dunkirk. Articles in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Part 1, Spring 2006; Part 2, Autumn 2006; Part 3, Spring 2007; Part 4, Autumn 2007; Conclusion, Spring 2008

Ely Cathedral: at the End of the Line, a Railway Epitaph; by Margaret Collins, in the  HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1997. Describes an East Anglian railwayman’s epitaph and the 1845 accident in which he died.

Fairholme Estate, Bedfont: Some More Local Almshouses by M.E. Lang in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1979.

Family History: A Personal History and Article on the Use of Local Records by Ken Cox, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Part I September 1983; Part II March 1984.

Farris, Charles, Candlemakers: Article in HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1985 (reprinted by kind permission of Mr. H. Howe, Managing Director).

Farnell Brothers, Brewers of Isleworth: biographical notes on John, James, Charles, Henry and William Farnell, 1786-1863, Part I of an original research by D. M. Yarde in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1991; Part II – William Farnell’s funeral, 1870 by D. M. Yarde, in the  issue for March 1992.

Farnell Brothers of Isleworth; compiled by Brian Grumbridge, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015.

Fawns Manor, Bedfont: Seven Hundred Years – the Story of Fawns Manor by D. Sherborn AND Fawn’s Manor 700th Anniversary Visit by H&DHS Members, by Pauline Espie, both in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1979.

(Bombing of) Feltham in World War II: By James Marshall; Part 1, HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2008; Part 2, HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2008.

Feltham, History: Feltham an Introductory History by Mrs. J.J. Jones (nee Beamson), in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1980.

Feltham, History: The Early Settlement of Feltham 1750 – 1800, by Mrs. J.J. Jones (nee Beamson), in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1983.

Feltham, Market Gardens and Nurseries: article by Mary Beamson in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1986.

Feltham Marshalling Yards: A Brief Time-Line History by Chris Hern, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2011.

Feltham’s Poors’ Land Trust, Minute Books 1866-1883: A selection of entries from the Minute Books of the Poors’ Land Trust, selected by Pat Cox; in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2002.

Feltham’s Trams, Tube Trains and Trolleybuses – Made in Feltham; by James Marshall, Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015. Part 1 of ‘Moving Millions: Hounslow’s Place in the History of Public Transport in London Since Victorian Times’.

Fenn, George Manville: Article on the Isleworth resident author of Victorian boys’ adventure stories, by Kevin Brown in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1981; with bibliograohy of novels written by G. M. Fenn.

Ferry House, Isleworth: A History, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2002.

Ferries, Local: Almost Forgotten Ferries, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1999.

Fire Brigades: Brigades in Conflict, Mumford Against Bumford; by Stuart Bagnall, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2008.

First RFC Fatality at Hounslow Heath Aerodrome; by Chris Seymour; Captain Bindon Blood, 4th Queens Own Hussars and RFC, died 24th September 1915; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2016.

Fords, the Bedfont Butchers: by Pauline Espie; in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Frampton Road, Hounslow Heath: Hounslow’s Forgotten Street – growing up on Frampton Road (1940-50’s); by Joyce Sluszny; in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2017.

Fulham Palace: A Visit by H&DHS Members; by Brian Grumbridge, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2011.

Fuller, Smith and Turner, Brewers of Chiswick: The Early Days of the Chiswick Brewery, 1657 – ; article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1990. AND The Visit of HRH The Prince of Wales for the 150th Anniversary; by D.M. Yarde, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1995.

Fuller, Dr. Thomas: The Rector of Cranford Church, 1658-1661, by D.M. Yarde, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1985.

 

 

Posted by James Marshall 13 October 2013 06:38:00