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History

During Edward the Confessor’s time, Hanworth was a sparsely populated manor and parish held by Ulf, a “huscarl” of the King. Huscarls were the bodyguards of Scandinavian Kings and were often the only professional soldiers in the Kingdom. The majority of huscarls in the kingdom were killed at Battle of Hastings in 1066, and William the Conqueror granted Hanworth to Robert under Roger de Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, the Earl of Arundel and Shrewsbury. After his death, his second son held the land until his death in the Mowbray conspiracy of 1098, after which it passed to his eldest son, Robert of Bellême, 3rd Earl of Shrewsbury, who also rebelled against the Crown in 1102 with the result that the lands were confiscated.

Towards the end of the 14th century, the manor was occupied by Sir Nicholas Brembre, who was Mayor of London in 1377 and 1378. Sir Nicholas was hanged at Tyburn in 1387, having been accused of treason.

In 1512 Hanworth came to the Crown, and Henry VIII of England, who enjoyed hunting on Hounslow Heath, gave the manor to Anne Boleyn for life. After her execution, the manor returned to the King who held it until his death in 1547 but passing to Katherine Parr, who lived in the house with her stepdaughter Elizabeth I of England. When the princess became Queen, she stayed at Hanworth Manor several times, often hunting on the heath.

In 1784 William Roy, the military draughtsman, supervised the Principal Triangulation of Great Britain project. That measured a base line from King's Arbour, across Hounslow Heath passing through Hanworth Park, to Hampton, London Poor House. This measurement, which earned the General the Copley medal of the Royal Society, was the origin of all subsequent surveys of the United Kingdom, and still forms the basis of the Ordnance Survey maps today.

In 1797 the manor house was destroyed by fire, leaving only the stable block, which survives today as flats, and the coach house, which was converted into homes. Tudor House was built in 1875 as a replacement for the house that was built in the manor ruins, and is today used as flats.

By the end of the 19th century, William Whiteley, of Whiteleys in Bayswater, had bought of farmland that had previously been Butts and Glebe farms. Renamed Hanworth Farms, these supplied all the produce for the store’s food hall having been transported daily by horse and cart. Following Whiteley's murder by his illegitimate son in 1907, his legitimate sons sold the farm to a jam manufacturer who operated there until selling the land for new homes in 1933.

Manors

The Ambassador to Charles I of England, negotiating the secret treaty of 1631 with Spain, who had good knowledge of the country, was raised to the peerage as Baron Cottington of Hanworth, referring to his Hanworth Park estate, receiving the honour 'at Greenwich in a very solemn manner.' As the Civil War drew near he declared himself an active Royalist, and after hostilities had broken out he joined the king at Oxford. He was excepted by Parliament from 'indemnity and composition', and spent the remainder of his life abroad, dying in Spain in 1652. His estates were assigned in 1649 to John Bradshaw (judge) who had earlier insisted on Charles's execution and were recovered at the English Restoration by his nephew and heir Charles Cottington who sold it in 1670 to Sir Thomas Chamber. Chamber died in 1692 and was succeeded by his son Thomas. Thomas Chamber left two daughters and co-heiresses, and Hanworth passed, through agreement on marriage of the elder, to Vere Beauclerk, who was created Baron Vere, of Hanworth in 1750. The manor was inherited by his son and heir, Aubrey, in 1781, who succeeded his cousin as Duke of St. Albans six years later but who sold it shortly after 1802 to James Ramsey Cuthbert. Frederick John Cuthbert was lord of the manor in 1816 from whom it passed to Henry Perkins. After the death of his heir Algernon Perkins it passed to a firm of solicitors, and the main home was acquired in the early part of the next century by Court of Appeal judge turned politician Ernest Murray Pollock, 1st Viscount Hanworth.

Hanworth Aerodrome
London Air Park was a grass airfield, operational 1917-1919 and 1929-1947. It was in Hanworth Park; that includes the grounds of Hanworth Park House, an 1802 rebuild of Hanworth Palace. In the 1930s, named London Air Park, it was best known as a centre for private flying, society events, the aircraft manufacture by General Aircraft Limited (GAL) 1934-1949, and the visit by the LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin airship in 1932.Sherwood 1999, p.47 Amelia Earhart flew to Hanworth after landing in Ireland at the end of her 1932 crossing of the Atlantic; Walter Sickert recorded ''Miss Earhart's Arrival'' in a painting now owned by the Tate Gallery. Feltham District Council purchased the park in 1956. Feltham Swimming Baths was built on parkland beside the Uxbridge Road in 1965, later refurbished and renamed Feltham Airparcs Leisure Centre.Sherwood (1999)Feltham Arts Association (1997) That public sports facility was renamed in 2010 as Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre & Libraryhttp://www.hounslow.info/libraries/hanworth/index.htm

1970s
The construction of an elevated M3 motorway (Great Britain) feeder road (now part of the A316 road) in the 1970s cut Hanworth in two; in preparation for this, the library was relocated to ''Mount Corner'', so-named for being opposite the Hanworth Park House icehouse mound. Forge Lane Infants and Junior School was built on the south side of the new road, and the war memorial was relocated. |population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

Sport and leisure

Hanworth has a Non-League football club Hanworth Villa F.C. who play at Rectory Meadow and play in county level leagues.

Hanworth Air Park is the home of Feltham Rugby Football Club, founded 1947.

Staines Rugby Football Club '''The Reeves''' play home games and train at a rugby ground in Snakey Lane. |population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

Geography

Soil, watercourses and and elevation
Soil in Hanworth varies between gravel close to the surface and a clay-rich loam, with very narrow belts of alluvium closest to the streams. The land is relatively flat and drained by two watercourses heading southward and eastward respectively to meet the River Thames in neighbouring historic parishes, the River Crane, London marking much of the northern border and the Port Lane stream matching approximately the western boundary. Elevations range from 11m to 16m Ordnance Datum.

Neighbouring localities

{{Geographic location
|title = '''Nearest Settlements'''
|Centre = Hanworth
|North = ''across parkland of Hounslow Heath and a railway''Hounslow
|Northeast = Whitton, London
|East = Whitton, LondonTwickenhamHampton Hill
|Southeast = Sunbury-on-Thames
|South = Hampton, London
|Southwest = Cranford, London
|West = Feltham
|Northwest = Southall
}} |population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

Transport

The nearest railway stations serving the area are: Feltham railway station, Hampton railway station and Kempton Park railway station. None are within its boundaries. |population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

Notable people

* Henry Killigrew (playwright) (1613-1700), playwright and chaplain to James II of England (the future king), was born in Hanworth.

* Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford (1539-1621) was in 1563 removed to Hanworth from the Tower of London, where he had been imprisoned on account of his marriage with Lady Catherine Grey.[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22214 Hanworth history]

*The Viscount Hanworth, particularly the 1st Viscount, a former Court of Appeal judge, who established his family seat at Hanworth Park until his estate parted with it as liable to considerable inheritance tax (United Kingdom). |population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

Demography and housing

{| border=yes
|+ '''2011 Census Homes'''
|-
!Ward !!Detached !!Semi-detached!!Terraced!!Flats and apartments!!Caravans/temporary/mobile homes/houseboats!!Shared between households
|-
|Hanworth|| 175 || 1,347 || 1,370 || 1,748 || 4 || 7
|-
|Hanworth Park||309 || 1,534 || 1,146 || 1,479 || 8 || 9
|-
|}
{| border=yes
|+ '''2011 Census Households'''
!Ward !!Population !!Households !!% Owned outright !!% Owned with a loan!!hectares
|-
|Hanworth||12,155 || 4,651 || 18 || 29 || 325
|-
|Hanworth Park||11,408 || 4,485 || 25 || 36 || 364
|-
|} |population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

See also

|population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

References

Citations


Bibliography
*Cameron, Andrea. 2002. Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth. ISBN 1-86077-209-9
*Feltham Arts Association. 1997. Hanworth Air Park 1916-1949
*Sherwood, Philip. (1999) ''Heathrow: 2000 Years of History''. The History Press ISBN 978-0-7524-5086-2
*Sherwood, Tim. 1999. Coming in to Land: A Short History of Hounslow, Hanworth and Heston Aerodromes 1911-1946. [http://www.hounslowlibraries.org Heritage Publications (Hounslow Library)] ISBN 1-899144-30-7
*Wright, John E.B.C. and Finnis, John H.B. Hanworth, A Book of. Tucann Design & Print. ISBN BX61156571
*Wright, John E.B.C. and Finnis, John H.B. Hanworth 2. Tucann Design & Print. ISBN T000092713 http://www.hounslowlibraries.org/ |population_ref =(, wards )[http://neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density] 2011 census Office for National Statistics |area_total_km2=6.89 |civil_parish=n/a |static_image_name= |static_image_caption= |static_image_2_name= |static_image_2_caption= |constituency_westminster = Feltham and Heston (UK Parliament constituency) |post_town = FELTHAM |postcode_area = TW |postcode_district = TW13 |london_borough = Hounslow |dial_code = 020 |os_grid_reference = TQ3682 |static_image_name = |static_image_caption =

External links

* Kenny Farmer's new Hanworth History website [http://www.hanworthnowandthen.co.uk Hanworth Now And Then]



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