Sunday, February 8, 2009
An Historical Account of Those Parishes in the County of Middlesex, which are Not Described in the Environs of London Which are Not Described in The E
An Historical Account of Those Parishes in the County of Middlesex, which are Not Described in the Environs of London Which are Not Described in The Environs of London. By the Rev. Daniel Lysons, ... By Daniel Lysons: "The Cedar houfe was the feat of General Rich Ruflell who died in 1735 It is now the property of Thomas Heming Efq and in the occupation of Lacey Primatt Efq On the north fide of Hillingdon heath is a houfe built by the late Houfes on Admiral Drake now the property of Peter De Salis jun Efq who a Jhngdon married his daughter Sophia and farther on is a houfe which was formerly parcel of the demefnes of the manor It was inhabited for feveral years by the Duke of Buccleugh and afterwards by General Columbine who died in 1746 Mr Dodd fold it to John Blen cowe Efq It is now the property of the Rev William Blen cowe and was lately in the occupation of Mrs Hallifax relicl of the late Bimop of St Afaph On the fouth fide of the heath is a large manfion lately built by Peter De Salis Count of the Holy Roman Empire It ftands on an eftate called Coomes alias Little London formerly the inheritance of the Walker family and lately belonging to the Greenwoods 43 41 From the information of Benjamin 43 From the information of Fyfh Df Way Efq Burgh Efq lord of the manor Cowley"