Middlesex County Times
Late 19th century coverage would provide fascinating insight into large section of what is now major part of Greater London
The Owner/Resident of Heath House was a George Mason, who was featured in your paper, as he was developing an aeroplane, one of the first.
I am trying to trace my ancestors, they lived at Heath House, Boston Manor Road, Hanwell up to the early 1900's. It is now the fire station and ambulance depots. Are there any photos of the house please?.
I am trying to find photos of Heath House in Boston Road, Hanwell, pref late 1800's -- 1920's. Can anyone help please?.
Katrina Ing commented
Can I possibly find the date of an article which I have in my possession reporting the funeral of George William Blackwell and his subsequent burial in The City of Westminster Cemetery. I think this may be around 1940 or so, unfortunately the date of the newspaper cutting has not been preserved. He died as a result of a fall whilst sleepwalking. I am researching my Family Tree and he was my Stepfather's Father, his son being Royston and wife was Florence.
John Carpenter commented
I also agree. A lot of artists I am researching lived or worked in Ealing, and this newspaper would be a great help.
Bob Beaver MDIA commented
My family are from here 2 decades ago and information is hard to find
Christine Vickers commented
I have been researching a missionary who left Ealing in 1890 and have a piece of correspondence from the editor, whose surname was KIdman who also supported such activities as the YMCA and local churches. Like others I think that more information about life in Ealing would be very valuable.
Mark C commented
Totally agree. Ealing is not served yet and this would be a valuable West London addition.