Over The Years: Part 3, N – Y. 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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Neal’s Corner, Hounslow. A disastrous fire in February 1910 – an extract from the Middlesex Chronicle newspaper, 18th February 1910, re-printed in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1995.

Needham, Francis Jack, 2nd Earl of Kilmorey and his Mausoleum in St. Margarets. Book Review – The Borough of Twickenham Local History Society paper number 75, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1998.

Nixon, Stanley, photographer and laundry agent c. 1914-26. SEE More about Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994.

North Feltham Trading Estate. A history, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2002.

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

Northumberland, 10th Duke of, Algernon Percy. An account of the 10th Duke of Northumberland and the English Civil War by Neil Chippendale, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1992.

Obituaries and Memorial Tributes to Former Members of the Hounslow and District History Society, and Others.

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

Old Isleworth. SEE ALSO: Isleworth

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

Old Isleworth. Old Isleworth before and during World War I, by Tom White, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1987.

Old Isleworth Customs, by Gillian Morris, notes extracted from the ISLEWORTH CITIZEN and re-printed in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1979.

Old Isleworth. Isleworth of Old, by Mary Brown, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1992.

Old Isleworth. More about Old Isleworth, by T E White, in the Honeslaw Chronicle, Spring 1994.

Osterley House. The Gresham Connection with Osterley, by M E Lang, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1983.

Osterley House. More residents of Osterley House, by M E Lang, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1984.

Osterley House. The Childs of Osterley House and the Jersey inheritance, by M E Lang, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Osterley House and Park. A note on the National Trust’s take-over of the management of the property and on the progress of interior restoration, by Margaret Collins, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, [DATE TO CHECK].

Osterley Park: Royal Army Service Corps Training Camp in Osterley park During WW1; Articles by Andrea Cameron and Brian Grumbridge in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015.

Parr, Nowell. T H Nowell Parr (1864-1933) and his work in Hounslow, by R Thorne of GLC Historic Buildings Division, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1982.

Pears, A & F Limited, soap manufacturers. Andrew Pears and his transparent soap, by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE: Part 1, March 1990; Part 2, September 1990; Part 3, March 1991.

Pears, Andrew. 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.

Percy, Algernon, 10th Duke of Northumberland and his role in the English Civil War, by Neil Chippendale, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1992.

Pepys, Samuel: extracts from his diaries relating to Hounslow, Isleworth, Syon and Brentford; compiled by Brian Grumbridge, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2017.

Phillips family, Vicarage Farm, Hounslow. Book Review: Letters from Windemere, British Columbia, 1912 – 1914 edited by R Cole-Harris and E Phillips. The letters refer to the Phillips family of Vicarage Farm, Hounslow. HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1986. SEE ALSO: Vicarage Farm, Heston, Hounslow, article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1983, by Miss E Phillips.

Piccadilly Line and District Railway’s Hounslow Branch (1883-1933): Moving Millions – Hounslow’s Place in the History of Public Transport in London Since Victorian Times (Part 1); by James Marshall. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015.

Pocahontas at Brentford End, by Neil Chippendale, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1997.

Place-Names make history: the Anglo-Saxon Settlement of South West Middlesex, by James Marshall, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2003; AND Habitative Place-Names in West Middlesex, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2004; PLUS Topographical Place-Names in West Middlesex and Surrounds, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2002.

Postcard Collecting (Deltiology) by Mary Brown, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, December 1979.

Prince of Wales, marriage of (1863), by Doug Cotterell, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1998.

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

Pyrene Limited. SEE: 100 Years of Firefighting; by J Wilson, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Q Theatre, Brentford. ‘On Q’: the History of the Q Theatre by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1992.

Q Theatre and the De Leons. Book Review, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1992.

Quakers in Brentford and Isleworth. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1989 (re-printed from St. Francis’ Church Magazine)

Quinion family of Hounslow. Article by Miss A Cornell in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1979.

Rabbits in Britain: Rabbits in Isleworth and the Earl of Cornwall’s Coneygarth. Historical Animal Snippets by Kevin Brown, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1993.

Railways: an Ely Cathedral Epitaph, by Margaret Collins, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1997.

Railways: The Piccadilly Line and District Railway’s Hounslow Branch (1883-1933) in ‘Moving Millions – Hounslow’s Place in the History of Public Transport in London Since Victorian Times (Part 1)’; by James Marshall. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2015.

Rampart Engineering. SEE: 100 Years of Firefighting, by J Wilson, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

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.

Rassam, Hormuz: Assistant Archaeologist at Nineveh, British Consular Emissary in Abyssinia and Spring Grove, Isleworth resident in the 1880’s. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1988.

Read and Campbell Ltd. SEE: 100 Years of Firefighting, by J Wilson in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985.

Richard, Earl of Cornwall and Lord of the Manor in Isleworth. The House of Richard, Earl of Cornwall at Isleworth, by A C Urwin, article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1982.

Roman Catholics in Isleworth. Isleworth’s Catholic Chapel, a Discovery by Kevin Brown (written by Stuart Bagnall), in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2011.

Roman Roads. Hounslow’s Roman Road, by James Marshall. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2017. The article discusses thew A315 Staines and London Road, which forms High Streets in Hounslow, Bedfont, Brentford and Chiswick.

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

Royal Manor of Hanworth. A look at the 18th century stables of Hanworth Palace, by Andrea Cameron. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2009.

Sahler, Herman Charles, a Baker in Old Isleworth in the 1880’s. SEE: More About Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994; AND A German involved in local politics between 1870 and 1920, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2001.

St. Catherine’s Church, Feltham. The centenary of St. Catherine’s Church, by K G Baldwin, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1980.

St. Dunstan’s Church, Cranford. Thomas Fuller and Cranford Church, by D Yarde, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1985.

St. Dunstan’s Church, Feltham. Extracts from the Vestry Minutes (note) in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1980.

St. Dunstan’s Church, Feltham. The 1000th Anniversary of St. Dunstan’s death, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Andrea Cameron, September 1988. AND A note on the plans for a festival, March 1988.

St. Dunstan’s Church, Feltham. Thanksgiving service for the recent refurbishment of the church. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1993.

St. John’s Recreation Ground, Isleworth. An article by Mary Brown in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1985.

St. Leonard’s Gardens, Heston. An account of the V1 flying bomb incident on 19th June 1944, by Shirley Freke, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995.

St. Leonard’s Church, Heston. The consecration of the rebuilt church in 1867, by D M Yarde, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1990.

St. Leonard’s Church, Heston. Sweet Singing in the Choir: memoirs of a choirboy, 1932-39; by Charles J Ginn, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1984.

St. Mary’s Church, Bedfont. The yew trees at the church gate, beside Bedfont Green – a leafy Chinese puzzle. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1999.

St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Schools, Isleworth. The history of the schools by Stuart Bagnall, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2012.

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London. A visit by members of the H&DHS to the restored railway station hotel, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2012; AND a second party’s visit to the St. Pancras station hotel; article by Brian Grumbridge in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2012.

St. Stephen’s Road, Hounslow. A history of St. Stephen’s Road by Chris Hern, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2010.

Salopian House, London Road, Hounslow. An article on the house by its owner, Joan Temple, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1981. (Includes and explanation of the house’s name)

School Days in Heston and Hounslow c. 1910, by T R Weston, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1979.

Scouts, 1st Cranford. 75th Anniversary article (with content re-printed from HEADQUARTERS GAZETTE, 14th December 1916) in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1985.

Shot Tower, Crane Park. A Diabolical Wheel and a Mystery Solved (a rethinking of the function of the Shot Tower at Hounslow Gunpowder Works), by Chris Hern, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2014.

Silverhall Estate, Isleworth. An article on the history of Silverhall in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, by P Ogden, September 1986.

Skinners Company, The. The Skinners Company and Corpus Christi (including Percy Bilton Court, Sutton Road, Heston), by D M Yarde, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1996.

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

Soyer, Emma (Elizabeth) and Soyer, Alexis Benoit (1809-58). Two Isleworth Connections by Mary Brown and Margaret Collins, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1997.

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.

Spring Grove. The history of Spring Grove, by Gillian Morris, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1983.

Spring Grove estate, a walk around part of the, by the walk’s guide, Andrea Cameron. The walk included a visit to Clifton House, Thornbury Road, also known as Nineveh House and built c.187 8. Report in the Honeslaw Chronicle, Autumn 2017.

Spring Grove House. My Brother’s Reminiscences of His Schooldays There in the 1950’s (anonymously authored), in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994.

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

Staines Road, number 238, Hounslow. A note on the history of the property by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1983.

Stationers’ Hall, London. A visit to Sationers’ Hall by members of the H&DHS, by Brian Grumbridge, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2013.

Sundial Magazine, of All Saints Church, Isleworth. Editing a church magazine, by K Cooper, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1981.

Sword Mill, Hounslow Heath. The Hounslow Sword Makers by John Toft-White, articles in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE: September 1978; AND The Sword-Blade Makers at Hounslow Sword Mill, Part 1, September 1980; Part 2, March 1983.

Syon House. The visit of HM The Queen to a garden party for the 70th anniversary of the Cancer Fund Campaign, 22nd June 1993, by Margaret Collins, article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1993; AND The work of the Syon House Guides, by Margaret Collins in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1994.

Tales From The Tower: Hounslow Gunpowder Mills by Chris Hern. Book Review by Kevin Brown, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2016.

Taylor and Son, Ironmongers of Isleworth. SEE More About Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1994.

Tinkers; by Mary Beamson. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1992.

Toll Gates. Extracts from ‘Turnpikes and Toll-Bars’ by M Searle, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1978.

Tom o’ Ten Thousand of Longleat and a Syon Connection; by Margaret Collins, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995.

Topographical Place-Names: Anglo-Saxon place-names in West Middlesex that reflect their surroundings; by James Marshall, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2002.

Trams, Tube Trains and Trolleybuses – Made in Feltham; by James Marshall, an 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.’

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

Trimmer, Reverend Henry Scott and his friend J M W Turner; by D M Yarde, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995;

Trimmer, Sarah. Sarah Trimmer’s spinning wheel, by D M Yarde, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1984; AND Book Review; Sarah Trimmer of Brentford and Her Children: Early Writings 1780-86; by D M Yarde, an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1990.

Turner, Edgar, 2nd Lt., of Brentford 1895-1916. His photographs of the Salonika Campaign in Northern Greece, May-October 1916; by James Marshall, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2011.

Turner, J M W. Turner in Brentford; by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1996.

Turnpike Roads. The Coming of the Turnpike Road from Brentford to Bagshot; by Mary Beamson, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1982.

Underground Railways. Travel on the Underground at the turn of the (19th/20th) century; by Colonel E J Bonnett, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1980.

Underground Railways: 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]

Underground Railways: 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.]

Urwin A C B. Historian of Isleworth and Twickenham. Obituary article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1998.

Vicarage Farm, Heston, Hounslow. Book Review; Letters from Windemere, British Columbia 1912-1914; edited by R Cole-Harris and E Phillips. The letters refer to the Phillips family of Vicarage Farm. An article in the HONESLAW CRONICLE, March 1986; AND Vicarage Farm, Heston, Hounslow, by Miss E Phillips, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1983.

Victoria County History of Middlesex Vol. III (including Heston and Isleworth). Book Review; re-publication of volume III in facsimilie re-print, 1984, ana rticle in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1985; AND Book Review; publication of Vol. VII (including Brentford and Chiswick); by Andrea Cameron, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1983.

Victorian Affair. A Very Victorian Affair; by Chris Hern. The story of a romance between the wife of the Vicar of St. Stephen’s Church, Hounslow and an officer at  Hounslow Barracks. Articles in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Part 1 Autumn 2007; Part 2 Spring 2008.

Villiers Family of Osterley House. Granny’s Footsteps. Lady Adela Child-Villiers, 7th child of Sarah Sophia Countess of Jersey, eloped to Gretna Green, just as her grandmother had done. Article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Wendy Sim, Autumn 2013.

Villiers Family of Osterley House. Virginia Cherill. ‘Chaplin’s Girl’, an American Actress married to the 9th Earl of Jersey. An article by Liz Mammatt in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2012.

Warden Family of Isleworth, and Isleworth Church. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by Richard J Smith, Autumn 1995.

Watermen, Isleworth. Once a Jolly Waterman. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, by Mary Brown, March 1984.

Weathers, John, Isleworth Nurseryman extraordinaire, by Mary Brown. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1993.

White, Private Frederick John, the strange death of. SEE Rev. Henry Scott Trimmer and his friend J M W Turner; by D M Yarde, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995. AND Private White’s Gravestone by Andrea Cameron PLUS Book Review ‘The Strange Death of Private White’ by Harry Hopkins, Weidenfield and Nicholson 1977, by Francis Clive-Ross, both articles in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE December 1979.

Whitechapel Bell Foundry. A visit by members of the H&DHS and the Isleworth Society, recorded in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2016.

Whiteley, William. William Whitely and Butts Farm Estate, Hanworth, by Andrea Cameron (compiled from Orchards and Gardens Ancient and Modern by Alfred Barnard, 1985). An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1979.

Wilmott, Ada M, Botanist (d. 1872). Mrs. Wilmott’s Ghost – a variety of Sea Holly, by Mary Brown, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 1995.

Wilson, Douglas E. A Hounslow Boy, articles in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2003 and Spring 2004.

Wilson J T, watercolour painter, 1807-1882. 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.

Winterborne, W, Iron Founder and Engineer of South Street, Isleworth. SEE More about Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE. Spring 1994.

Wisdom, Steam Saw Mills, Builder and Contractor of South Street, Isleworth. SEE More about Old Isleworth in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE. Spring 1994.

World War I. Turner, Edgar, 2nd Lt. of Brentford 1895-1916. His photographs of the Salonika Campaign, Northern Greece, May-October 1916. An article by James Marshall in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2011.

World War I. Father Green’s War: an Isleworth Catholic Priest at Gallipoli and in the Eastern Mediterranean; an article by Stuart Bagnall in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2011.

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

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

World War I, The Battle of the Somme, Some Casualties in Hounslow Borough Cemeteries. Article by Mary Marshall in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 2016.

World War II. The Battle of Britain. Remember September; by Margaret Collins, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1990.

World War II: Dunkirk. 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

World War II: 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.

World War II. Flying Bombs. Take Cover (extracts from The Doodlebugs by Norman Longmate; pbl. Hutchinson; relating to incidents in Heston and Isleworth) an article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1986.

World War II. Flying Bombs. The St. Leonard’s Gardens incident, a Heston V1 explosion on 19th June 1944; by Shirley Freke. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1995.

World War II. The Hare and Hounds public house, Osterley. Wartime memories in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Autumn 1998.

Worton, a hamlet in Isleworth. An article in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE by M E Lang, September 1992.

Worton Farm. Key of the Fields – a memoir of market gardening in Heston and Isleworth by Jessie Lobjoit-Collins, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1980.

Worton Road, Isleworth. A brief history of Worton Road in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, Spring 2000.

Wyke House, Osterley. Recollections, 1904-70; by Mary Brown, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, March 1986.

Yarde, Jack. ‘Lloyd George Knew My Father’: memories of Jack Yarde’s life in London c. 1900-18, by D M Yarde, in the HONESLAW CHRONICLE, September 1981.

 

 

 

 

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