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Heston Parish, hundred of Isleworth, about 12 miles southwest of the centre of the City of London, abt 3 mi. from Twickenham Parish and 1½ mile northwest of Hounslow, containing, with a portion of the town of Hounslow… The living is a vicarage, in the archdeaconry of Middlesex, and diocese of London… and in the patronage of the Bishop of London… within the jurisdiction of a court of requests… held at Brentford during the summer, and at Uxbridge during the winter. Hounslow, a chapelry (formerly a market town) partly in the parish of Isleworth, but chiefly in that of Heston, hundred of Isleworth, 9½ miles west southwest of London. The population is returned with the respective parishes. Hounslow is within the jurisdiction of a court of requests for the recovery of debts under 40s., held at Brentford during the summer half year, and at Uxbridge during winter. The living is a perpetual curacy, in the archdeaconry of Middlesex, and diocese of London, and in the alternate patronage of the Bishop of London, and the Dean and Canons of Windsor. The ancient chapel of the priory, which, since the Reformation, had been used as a chapel of ease to Heston, was taken down, and in June 1828, the erection of a new church on its site was commenced, which was completed in December 1829, at an expense of £5310. 10., defrayed partly by the parliamentary commissioners, and partly by voluntary contribution: it is a fine edifice in the later style of English architecture, with a low spire and two turrets; and it contains one thousand and thirty-five sittings, of which, four hundred and eighteen are free. Hounslow is about to be constituted a distinct parish, so far as regards ecclesiastical affairs. (Lewis, 1831)

18 Oct 1562 Heston Parish. Groom: ANDREWS (or ANDROS), Robert & Bride: PURDUN, Elina

23 Jul 1566 Heston Parish. Groom: ANDREW (or ANDRO), John & Bride: WYKS, Agnes.

03 Oct 1577 Heston Parish. Groom: COOMES, Henry, Bride: BROWNE, Cicilia

07 Jun 1579 Heston Parish. Groom: ANDREWS (or ANDROWES), Radulphus & Bride: SHEPARD, Betricia

04 Oct 1584 Heston Parish. Groom: ANDREW (or ANDROWE), Nicholas & Bride: LANE, Elizabeth

26 Jul 1591 Heston Parish. William PALMER and Elizabeth ANDREWS (ANDROES)

05 Nov 1604 Heston Parish. Groom: COOMBS, Henry, Bride: COLLIER, Lucia.

15 Jul 1604 Heston Parish. Groom: COOMBS, Henry, Bride: BROCKWELL, Maria.

08 Feb 1618 Heston Parish. Groom: COOMES, Henry, Bride: ROADES [RHODES], Ellin

31 Jan 1647/8 Heston Parish. Groom: ROBERTS, Richard & Bride: COMBS, Elizabeth

15 Apr 1649 Heston Parish. Groom: YATES, John & Bride: COMBS, Ann

24 Sep 1649 Heston Parish. Groom: ROCHEL, John & Bride: COMBS, Ann

13 Aug 1671. Heston Parish. Groom: TEYLOR, Mathew [TAYLOR] & Bride: COMBES, Jane

13 Oct 1672 Heston Parish. Groom: COMBES, Richard & Bride: TILLER, Dorothy
Marriage Source, except where otherwise stated, is: Middlesex Marriages. Note: All post-1699 marriages have not yet been added in to our parish reports. See Later Marriages of Middlesex for the remainder.

Geographical Sources, except where otherwise stated are A Topographical Dictionary of England, Samuel Lewis, S. Lewis and Company, London, 1831, and parishinfo.mdb by by Terry Lawson, Gerry Lawson and Derek Boys.

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