Savoy Close, Harefield, Middlesex

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Harefield

Harefield is the only sizeable village in what was Middlesex that remains separate from the London sprawl.

Harefield enters recorded history through the Domesday Book (1086) as Herefelle, comprising the Anglo-Saxon words Here '[danish] army' and felle 'field'.

Before the Norman conquest of England Harefield belonged to Countess Goda, the sister of Edward the Confessor. Her husbands were French, Dreux of the Vexin and Count Eustace of Boulogne.

Following the Norman conquest, ownership of Harefield passed to Richard FitzGilbert, the son of Count Gilbert of Brionne. It was listed in the Domesday Book as comprising enough arable land for five ploughs, with meadow land only sufficient for one plough. Woodland areas in Middlesex were registered in the number of pigs which could be supported there; Harefield had 1200, the second highest in the Hundred of Elthorne (to Ruislip, with 1500). Ten villeins (tenants) are also counted; they held their land freely from the lord in exchange for rent payments and labour. By the 12th or 13th century their land is believed to have passed back to the lord and become unfree. There were also seven bordars (poorer tenants) with five acres each, while one had three. In addition, three cottars, who owned a cottage and garden, also feature.

Harefield was eventually split into the main manor of Harefield, and the two smaller submanors of Brackenbury and Moorhall. It had been owned by the Clares, descended from Richard FitzGerald, before passing to the Batchworths by 1235. In turn, the Swanlord family took possession in 1315. By 1446, the Newdigate family owned Harefield - they still owned some land in the 1920s. John Newdigate exchanged most of his land in 1585 with the Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, Sir Edmund Anderson.

Harefield saw a steady increase in population from 951 inhabitants in 1801 to 1516 in 1841. 160 years later, the population of Harefield was recorded as 7399 in the 2011 Census.

The Grand Junction Canal had opened in 1797 and industry came to Harefield and Uxbridge as a result; the copper mills opened in 1802.

The Napoleonic Wars were followed after 1815 by an economic depression, which held back industrial growth for a time. The coming of peace also probably reduced the demand for copper from the works. In 1851 the copper mills employed only 86 people. By 1871 the mills had turned over to paper making and employed about 40 people. In the 1830s much of west Middlesex changed to hay farming, which was less labour intensive than arable.

During World War I, Harefield Park was used as an Australian military hospital. The bodies of the servicemen who died there were buried with full military honours within the graveyard of St. Mary's Church; this area, which also included the ground where the Harefield Place building stood, became a military cemetery.

The village fête is held annually in July.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Harefield:   Harefield is the only sizeable village in what was Middlesex that remains separate from the London sprawl.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
, UB9 · A412, UB9 · Anderson Close, UB9 · Ash Grove, UB9 · Bankside Close, UB9 · Barden Close, UB9 · Barrington Drive, UB9 · Belfry Avenue, UB9 · Bellevue terrace, UB9 · Breakspear Road North, HA6 · Breakspear Road North, UB9 · Broadwater Gardens, UB9 · Broadwater Lane, UB9 · Burbery Close, UB9 · Canal Way, UB9 · Chapel Row, UB9 · Childs Avenue, UB9 · Church Hill, UB9 · Church Road, UB9 · Coppermill Lane, UB9 · Coppermill Lock, UB9 · Countess Close, UB9 · Dairy Farm Lane, UB9 · Dellside, UB9 · Denham Court Nursery, UB9 · Dewes Lane, UB9 · Dexter Road, UB9 · Dovedale Close, UB9 · Dunster Close, UB9 · Fallowfield Close, UB9 · Gilbert Road, UB9 · Gore Close, UB9 · Hall Drive, UB9 · Harvil Farm, UB9 · Harvil Road, UB9 · Harvill Road, UB10 · Harvill Road, UB9 · Heart Science Centre, UB9 · HERON PLACE, UB9 · High Street, UB9 · Hill End Road, UB9 · Hillingdon Trail, UB9 · Hillside, UB9 · Hinkley Close, UB9 · Jackets Lane, UB9 · Jacks Lane, UB9 · Jacks Lane, WD3 · Knightscote Close, UB9 · Lewis Close, UB9 · Leys Close, UB9 · Linden Square, UB9 · Lovett Road, UB9 · Merle Avenue, UB9 · Milne Way, UB9 · Moorhall Road, UB9 · Morse Close, UB9 · Mossendew Close, UB9 · Mount Pleasant, UB9 · New Park Road, UB9 · New Years Green Lane, UB9 · Newdigate Green, UB9 · Newdigate Road East, UB9 · Newdigate Road, UB9 · Newyears Green Lane, UB9 · Northwood Road, UB9 · Northwood Way, UB9 · Old Shire Lane, UB9 · Orchard Close, UB9 · Park Lane, UB9 · Park Place, UB9 · Peerless Drive, UB9 · Plough Lane, UB9 · Pond Close, UB9 · Priory Avenue, UB9 · Priory Cottages, UB9 · Rickmansworth Road, UB9 · Royal Quay Coppermill Lock, UB9 · Salamander Quay West, UB9 · Salamander Quay, UB9 · Sanctuary Close, UB9 · Sanderson Road, UB9 · Savoy Close, UB9 · School Parade, UB9 · Shelley Lane, UB9 · Shrubs Road, UB9 · Shrubs Road, WD3 · Smallholding, UB9 · Springwell Lane, UB9 · Springwell Lane, WD3 · Springwood Close, UB9 · St Annes Road, UB9 · St Anneís Road, UB9 · St Marys Close, UB9 · St Marys Road, UB9 · ST MARYíS CLOSE, UB9 · St Maryís Road, UB9 · Sullivan Crescent, UB9 · Summerhouse Business Park, UB9 · Summerhouse Lane, UB9 · Summerhouse lane, WD3 · The Furrows, UB9 · The Long Room Coppermill Lock, UB9 · The Manor House Royal Quay Coppermill Lock, UB9 · The Poplars, UB9 · The Shrubs, UB9 · Truesdale Drive, UB9 · Vernon Drive, UB9 · WATERSIDE MEWS, UB9 · WATERSIDE MEWS, WD3 · Wickham Close, UB9 ·


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