Over The Years: Part 2, G – M. 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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Ghosts: Hounslow Avenue. The ghost of North’s Terrace (now Hounslow Avenue), an account by S. N. Falconer in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1978.

Glossop, Rev. Henry; and His Memorial. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1988, by Andrea Cameron.

Glossop Family of Isleworth and Silverhall, Isleworth, The: by Brian Grumbridge; article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2016.

Gotelee and Sons, printers, of Hounslow, 1832-. Article by Brian Grumbridge in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2016.

Graham family, Avenue House, Cranford. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982, by Andrea Cameron.

Graysmark, Sgt. Pilot: 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.

Great Western Road, The. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Mary Beamson, September 1983.

Green, Father, of Isleworth. Father Green’s War, at Gallipoli and in the Eastern Mediterranean: the experiences of a Catholic Priest, by Stuart Bagnall. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2011.

Green School, Isleworth, The. The Little (Green) School. The first Green School opposite the entrance to Syon Park on Park Road/Church Street, Isleworth. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, by D.M. Yarde, Autumn 1994.

Green School, Isleworth, The. 200 Years of The Green School, by M. C. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1996.

Grove Road School, Hounslow: elementary education and taking the eleven-plus examination at Grove Road School c.1950, remembered in Hounslow’s Forgotten Street – growing up on Frampton Road, Hounslow Heath; by Joyce Sluszny, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2017.

Gresham, Sir Thomas, of Osterley House. The Gresham connection with Osterley, by M. E. Lang. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1983.

Gumley family, The. The Gumley family of Isleworth. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by M.E. Lang, September 1981.

Gumley family, The. The Gumley family of Isleworth: Researching the lives of William Pultney and the Gumley family of Vienna, Austria. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Andrea Cameron, September 1983.

Gunnersbury Park and Museum. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1984, by Ann Balfour Paul.

Gunnersbury Park and Museum. Book Review: publication of a history of the Gunnersbury estate and guide to the museum, 1984. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Gunpowder Mills, Hounslow. A Lost Generation: employee deaths in works explosions at the powder mills; by Chris Hern. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2012.

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

Gunpowder Mills, Crane Park. Historical Walk in Crane Park; a note by Liz Mammatt in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2016.

Habitative Place-Names in West Middlesex. Anglo-Saxon place-names. Article by James Marshall in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2004.

Hanworth. The Tudor Project: revealing Hanworth’s Past; AND The proposed redevelopment of Hanworth Park House; by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2013.

Hanworth Air Park, 1916-1946. Book review of local publication, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1997.

Hanworth Council Schools, 1903-04. Extracts from the Minute Books of the School Managers. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Hattat, John. The Rustler of Wallop. A Stock-man, resident in Isleworth; and hanged for sheep-stealing in Wiltshire in 1828. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by J. Hattat Armstrong, March 1984.

Henry VIII. The last days of King Henry VIII. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2006.

Hermitage, the, or The Thatched Cottage, Sutton, Heston. A short article on The Thatched Cottage in Upper Sutton Lane, Heston, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2001.

Heston House: a History. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2008, by Andrea Cameron.

Heston House: a Home for the Poor Parish Children from St. Giles-in-the-Fields and St. George’s, Bloomsbury, 1827-62. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Marjorie Crump, Spring 2008.

Heston Swimming Baths. A brief history of Heston Swimming Pool by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2013.

High Street, Hounslow. Book Review: Looking Back on Hounslow High Street and District, published by Hounslow & District History Society with the Borough Library Service, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Hogarth’s House, Chiswick. A visit to the restored Hogarth’s House by members of the H&DHS, by Liz Mammatt, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2012.

Holy Trinity Church, Hounslow, auction, 1828. In the Reverend Henry Trimmer and his Friend Joseph M W Turner; by D. M. Yarde. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995.

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

Hounslow. Hounslow Town, 1910-1915, by S. W. Martin, editied by Andrea Cameron. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1978; AND Further Memories of Hounslow Town 1910-1915, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1978.

Hounslow. Memories of Hounslow, 1902-62; by C. Spencer. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1988.

Hounslow Aerodrome. A New Memorial to a Pioneering Aerodrome. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by James Marshall, Autumn 2016.

Hounslow. Childhood Memories of Old Hounslow – a Poem, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Part 1, Autumn 2006; Part 2, Spring 2007.

Hounslow & District History Society. The society from 1990 to 2000. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2009, by Andrea Cameron.

Hounslow & District History Society. The society from 2000 to 2010. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2010, by Andrea Cameron.

Hounslow Almshouse, Hanworth Road, Hounslow. Some more local Almshouses; by M. E. Lang in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1979.

Hounslow Avenue, Hounslow. The ghost of North’s Terrace (now Hounslow Avenue) by S. N. Falconer, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1979.

Hounslow Boy, A. Extracts from ‘A Hounslow Boy’ by E. Douglas Wilson, Part 1, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2003; Part 2, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2004.

Hounslow: The Battle of the Local (Government) Board, 1863. Part 1 in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2006; Part 2 in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2006; by Chris Hern.

Hounslow Cricket Club. Articles on the club’s history in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE: Part 1, March 1987; Part 2, September 1987; Part 3, March 1988.

Hounslow’s German Connection. Paul Mecklenberg and Herman Sahler, two Germans living in the Hounslow area between 1870 and 1920. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2001.

Hounslow Green, Essex, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Walter Morris, Autumn 1993.

Hounslow Gunpowder Mills. A Diabolical Wheel and a Mystery Solved – Rethinking the Function of the Shot Tower at Hounslow Gunpowder Works; by Chris Hern; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Part 1, Spring 2014; Part 2, Autumn 2014.

Hounslow Heath, Military Encampments on. The military encampments of King James II on Hounslow Heath by W. C. Cunnington. Articles in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Part 1, March 1989; Part 2, September 1989.

Hounslow Heath, The Military Heritage and Significance of; by Howard Simmons; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2015.

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

Hounslow Heritage Guides. An article about the Heritage Guides group in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2011.

Hounslow Library Local Studies Service. Relocation to Feltham Library following the closure of Hounslow Treaty Centre Library and its transfer to Hounslow’s Civic Centre in May 2017. A note in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE Autumn 2017.

Hounslow Manor. Hounslow Manor and the Priory: excavations at Hounslow Police Station, 1995; by Walter Morris in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE Autumn 1997.

Hounslow’s Forgotten Street: growing up on Frampton Road, Hounslow Heath (1940-1950’s); by Joyce Sluszny, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2017.

Hounslow’s Place in the History of Public Transport in London Since Victorian Times: Moving Millions; by James Marshall, Part 1 in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015 [The District and Piccadilly Lines to Hounslow 1883-1933; Trams, Tube Trains and Trolley Buses – Made in Feltham]

Howe, Henry, actor 1812-1896 and Cedar Cottage, Isleworth; by Mary Brown. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2016.

Isleworth. Old Isleworth Customs, notes extracted from ‘The Isleworth Citizen’, by Gillian Morris,  re-printed in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1979.

Isleworth. Isleworth at the end of the nineteenth century; by Mr. F. Scott, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1980.

Isleworth Film Studios. The Other Isleworth Film Studios; Roy Moore’s memories of running a film production, props and studio facilities business in the former Odeon Cinema at Isleworth, 1960-1972. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE Autumn 2017.

Isleworth: village life in the early 1900’s by Gertrude Sanders in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995.

Isleworth, Where the City Ends.  A description of Isleworth approached from the Thames, first published in The Thames and Medway Magazine, c.1952. Article by Alan Barker in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Isleworth Bourne. An article about the Isleworth Bourne stream, also known as the Hounslow Brook, by Stuart Bagnall, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2012.

Isleworth Brewery. The early days at Isleworth Brewery by D. M. Yarde, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1991.

Isleworth Conservation Area. The proposed redevelopment of Old Isleworth, by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1983.

Isleworth Fair. Fair trading – a review of the Isleworth Fair in July 1999, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1999.

Isleworth Porcelain. A brief history of porcelain manufacture at Isleworth Pottery, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2000.

Isleworth in Pre-history. Isleworth in the year 4300 BC, by A. C. Urwin, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1981.

Isleworth Society: 50th Anniversary Celebration at Syon Park. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2010.

Isleworth Vestry Minutes. Extracts from the Minutes presented by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1978.

Jones, Elizabeth Jane, and the Fairholme Estate at Bedfont. Some more local Almshouses by M. E. Lang, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1979.

Joy, Trumpet Major Henry, and the Charge of the Light Brigade. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1979, by Andrea Cameron.

Jubilee Sailing Trust: a holiday with a difference. An account of a voyage on the sail-training ship Lord Nelson, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1992, by Lorna Newman.

Kilmorey Mausoleum. Book Review of Borough of Twickenham Local History Society paper number 75, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1998.

King Charles I and the Battle of Brentford in November 1642. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2003.

Lampton. In and Around Lampton in World War I. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Andrea Cameron, Autumn 2016.

Lampton in World War II; by Andrea Cameron. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE Autumn 2017.

Layton Collection, The. Note in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, AND a description of Thomas Layton of Brentford re-printed from ‘The King of Brentford’ by Mrs. Robert Henry, both in the issue for March 1990.

Layton, Reverend, of St. Stephen’s Church, Hounslow. A Very Victorian Affair, by Chris Hern: Part 1 in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2007; Part 2, Spring 2008.

Logan Road, Hounslow Heath: Re-named Frampton Road in 1911. SEE Hounslow’s Forgotten Street – growing up on Frampton Road (1940-50’s); by Joyce Sluszny, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2017.

London, some churches of the City of; a report of a visit of members of the society to 6 city churches, guided by Brian Grumbridge; by Liz Mammatt, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE Autumn 2017.

London Road. Hounslow’s Roman Road; by James Marshall. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE Autumn 2017.

London Road, Isleworth: A Glimpse of the Past. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Christine Diwell and the late Colleen Gilles; Spring 2009.

Longford River. 350 Years of the Longford River, by Peter Rowlands. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1988. SEE ALSO: A History of the Duke of Northumberland’s River in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE September 1987, with addendum March 1988.

Male & Son, Coal and Corn Merchants, South Street, Isleworth. SEE More About Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994.

Malta, in WWII: 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.

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

Market Gardening, Feltham. Nursery and Market Gardeners of Feltham; by Mary Beamson, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1986.

Mecklenberg, Paul. A German resident who was involved in the politics of Hounslow between 1870 and 1920. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2001.

Middlesex Chronicle: Snippets from Hounslow’s Weekly Newspaper. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1995.

Middlesex, South West, Life in c. 1874. Article by Gillian Morris in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE: Part 1, Autumn 1996; Part 2, Spring 1997; Part 3, Autumn 1997; Part 4, Autumn 1998.

Military Heritage and Significance of Hounslow Heath, The; by Howard Simmons; HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2015

Minimax Limited, Feltham. SEE 100 Years of Fire-Fighting; by J. Wilson, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Mona Lisa, The Isleworth. Isleworth’s own Mona Lisa; fact or fiction? Article by Margaret Collins in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2005.

M.T.A.S.C. [Motor Transport (section) Army Service Corps] Training Camp in Osterley Park During WW1; Articles by Andrea Cameron and Brian Grumbridge in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015.

Moving Millions: Hounslow’s Place in the History of Public Transport in London Since Victorian Times; by James Marshall, Part 1 in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015 [The District and Piccadilly Lines to Hounslow 1883-1933; Trams, Tube Trains and Trolley Buses – Made in Feltham]

Moving Millions: Hounslow’s Place in the History of Public Transport in London Since Victorian Times; by James Marshall, Part 2 in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2016 [Piccadilly Line Airport Extension; Chiswick Bus Works and the Routemaster; Charles Holden’s new stations for the Piccadilly Line Hounslow extension and a new Hounslow East station for the 21st century.]

Musical Museum, Brentford. A visit by the Hounslow & District History Society, May 2011, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2011.

 

Posted by James Marshall 22 October 2013 04:50:00