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  Themes Homepage > Maxwell Fraser & the History of Slough > The manor of Upton by Maxwell Fraser
The manor of Upton by Maxwell Fraser
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Brief Description: Chapter 4 of the History of Slough by Maxwell Fraser takes you through the post-reformation Lords of the Manor of Upton and the history of Upton Court.
Subject Date: 15/04/1538 - 15/04/1852
Creator: Maxwell Fraser
Article: Chapter 4: The manor of Upton
Publication: The history of Slough
Publisher: Slough Corporation
Owner: Slough Library
Contributor: Slough Library
Full Description: The history of Slough by Maxwell Fraser was originally a series of articles that appeared in the Slough Observer. In 1973 Fraser combined her articles, together with some other research, and produced the History of Slough. This article is a chapter from the second edition of her book which was published in 1980. It has been reproduces by permission of Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales and with the blessing of the Slough Observer and the Slough & District Civic Society.
Collection: Maxwell Fraser Collection
Place: Bedfordshire ; Datchet ; Fulmer ; Henlow Warden Bedfordshire ; Upton ; Windsor Wyndesore ; Bath Road ; Beckensfild ; Beaconsfield ; Chalvey ; Chalvey Green ; Chalvey Grove ; Datchet ; Farnham Road ; Farnham Royal Parish ; Langley ; London ; Poke Lane ;
Dimensions: 21 x 29.7 cm
Subject: Manors ; Charities ; Monasteries ; Parish Registers ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Boundaries ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Charities ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Parish Registers ; Lordships of manors ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Fields ; Field names ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Field names ; Boundaries ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Boundaries ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Mill-ditch ; Journalism ; Ghosts ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Convalescent Homes ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Ghosts
Name Subject: Robert Barker ; The Authorised Bible ; Bible Sermon ; Cedars ; Charles I ; Sir Marmaduke Darrell ; Darvill family ; Sir Charles Doe ; Thomas Duck ; Mrs. Duck ; Vigorous Edwards ; Edwards family of Henlow Warden Bedfordshire ; Effigies ; Elizabeth I ; Erlwyne ; Urlwyn ; Urlyns ; Urlyon family ; Robert Ertlwyne ; Robert Urlwyn ; Robert Urlyns ; Robert Urlyon ; Farm and Farm-house Slough ; Charles Harbord ; Hencroft ; Edward Hungerford ; James I ; Sir Thomas Lake ; Anne Lane ; Benjamin Lane ; John Lane ; Lane Charity ; Merton Priory ; E. Lionel Reynolds ; Slough Farm ; Slough Farmhouse ; Upton Manor ; Edward VI ; George Gyffard ; George Gifford ; Pitt family ; Survey of the Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey ; Survey of Upton Manor ; Woodward Woodwarde ; Pitt family ; William Erlwyne ; William Urlwyn ; William Urlyns ; William Urlyon ; American Civil War ; Cippenham Park ; Cornhill Magazine ; Crimean War ; Charles Dickens Household Words ; Robert Erlwyne ; Robert Urlwyn ; Robert Urlyns ; Robert Urlyon ; Eton College ; Sir Douglas Forsyth ; Francis R. Groves ; Earls of Harewood ; Benjamin Lane ; Lascelles family ; Earls of Harewood ; The Marsh Upton-cum-Chalvey ; Marshmead Upton-cum-Chalvey ; Queen Mary ; Mary Princess Royal Countess of Harewood ; The Myrke Bridge ; The Merke Bridge ; Mill ditch Upton ; Mundaies Green ; Northcote of Upton Court and Upton Lea ; Savage Club ; Spring Corner Upton ; Temple Bar Magazine ; W.M. Thackeray ; River Thames ; Spring Corner ; Upton Wood ; Andrew Windsor ; Woodward Woodwarde ; George Augustus Sala ; Upton Court ; Carlist War ; Paddington Green Children's Convalescent Home ; Dudley Court ; Eastbourne ; Sir Douglas Forsyth ; Franco-Prussian War ; General Guiseppe Garibaldi ; Paddington Green Children's Hospital Convalescent Home Upton ; David Roberts ; Echoes from the Past ; Streets of the World ; Temple Bar Magazine ; Upton Court Rolls ; Windsor Castle ; John Bradstok ;
Content Type: Book
Location: Slough Library
Local Ref: MF Chapter 4
Unique ID: sl-sl-max_chapter04-d-02-000.pdf
IPR: National Library of Wales
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