Social and economic history: Appendix 3

A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 2, General; Ashford, East Bedfont With Hatton, Feltham, Hampton With Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Laleham, Littleton. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1911.

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, 'Social and economic history: Appendix 3', in A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 2, General; Ashford, East Bedfont With Hatton, Feltham, Hampton With Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Laleham, Littleton, (London, 1911) pp. 109. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/middx/vol2/p109 [accessed 22 May 2024].

. "Social and economic history: Appendix 3", in A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 2, General; Ashford, East Bedfont With Hatton, Feltham, Hampton With Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Laleham, Littleton, (London, 1911) 109. British History Online, accessed May 22, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/middx/vol2/p109.

. "Social and economic history: Appendix 3", A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 2, General; Ashford, East Bedfont With Hatton, Feltham, Hampton With Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Laleham, Littleton, (London, 1911). 109. British History Online. Web. 22 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/middx/vol2/p109.

APPENDIX III

Inclosure Acts In Middlesex, 1702-1876

Ruislip, 1769.
Laleham, 1774.
Enfield Chase, 1777.
Ickenham, 1780.
Stanwell, 1789.
Hillingdon and Cowley, three fields, 1795.
Feltham, Sunbury, and Hanworth, 1798, 1799, 1800, and 1801 (39, 40 & 41 Geo. III, cap. 51 & 146).
Teddington, 1799, 883 acres.
Edmonton, 1800, 1,231 acres.
Enfield Common and Common Fields, 1801, 3,540 acres (41 Geo. III, cap. 143).
Harrow, 1802-3 (43 Geo. III, cap. 43).
Ruislip Common, 1804 (44 Geo. III, cap. 45).
Harmondsworth Common, 1805, 3,000 acres (45 Geo. III, cap. 176).
Chiswick, extinction of Common, 1806 (46 Geo. III, cap. 111).
Harrow, 1805-6 (46 Geo. III, cap. 33).
Ashford Common, 1809, 1,200 acres (49 Geo. III, cap. 17).
Hayes Common, 1809, 2,000 acres (49 Geo. III, cap. 151).
Harlington, 1810 (50 Geo. III, cap. 33).
Finchley Common, 1811, 900 acres (51 Geo. III, cap. 23).
Hampton Common, 1811 (51 Geo. III, cap. 138).
Harefield and Moor Hall Common, 1811, 700 acres (51 Geo. III, cap. 66).
Hillingdon, 1811-12, 1,400 acres (52 Geo. III, cap. 28).
Littleton, 1811.
East Bedfont and Hatton Common, 1813, 1,300 acres (fn. 1) (53 Geo. III, cap. 172).
Hornsey Common, 1813, 400 acres (53 Geo. III, cap. 7).
Isleworth, Heston and Twickenham Common, 1813, 7,870 acres (53 Geo. III, cap. 174).
Laleham, 1813 (53 Geo. III, cap. 25).
Hanwell Common, 1813, 350 acres (53 Geo. III, cap. 6).
Great Stanmore Common, 1813, 216 acres (53 Geo. III, cap. 11).
Greenford Common, 1814, 640 acres (55 Geo. III, cap. 5).
Chiswick, 1814, 40 acres (54 Geo. III, cap. 69).
Willesden, 1814, 560 acres (55 Geo. III, cap. 49).
Harmondsworth, 1815 (56 Geo. III, cap. 72).
Cranford Common, 1818, 395 acres (private) (58 Geo. III, cap. 50).
Heston, 1818 (58 Geo. III, cap. 10).
Harlington Common, 1819, 820 acres
West Drayton Common, 1824 (5 Geo. IV, cap. 44).
Northolt Common, 1825 (6 Geo. IV, cap. 59).

Footnotes

  • 1. Dr. Slater states the area inclosed at 1,100 acres.