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Englefield Green is a large village in northern Surrey, England.It is home to Royal Holloway, University of London, the south eastern corner of Windsor Great Park, borders the town of Egham and more tightly-clustered village of Virginia Water.Its nearest main commercial hubs are Staines-upon-Thames (2.5 miles (4 km)) and Windsor (4 miles (6 km)).
I was born in 6 Milton Road, Egham on 13-05-1947 and we shortly moved to 9 Almond Close, Englefield Green. You can search for units that covered the particular location you are interested in by typing a postcode into our home page, or by using our Historic maps section, zooming in, selecting the Information option, and then clicking on your location. 1972. The name probably means 'Inga's open space' from a personal name. 'Parishes: Egham', in A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 3, ed. It is likely that Englefield Green has been a settlement at least since Saxon times. These were last in use for education itself as the 'In 2007, Brunel advertised the buildings for sale.
The history of Egham and Englefield Green.
 Oliver, S. A. showing the Armstrong Gun public house
An introduction. It was between two French refugees, Lt. Frederic Constant Cournet and On the road north of the halls of residence is the The memorial sits on a hill overlooking the celebrated Thames meadow of Just north of the village proper are seven halls.
↑ Website for the alumni of Shoreditch College of Education Retrieved 2014-12-27. Victoria Street, Englefield Green showing the Armstrong Gun public house and G.Long, fishmongers; c.1919.
Englefield Green is a large village in northern Surrey, England. 419–427 A feld was a large grassed area used as pastural land by the community.By the 18th century the land and be split up in to smaller plots of arable land, leaving only the heath areas as open pastures still held as common land. Victoria Street, Englefield Green
The Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society (EbRHS) was established in 1967 and covers north-west Surrey, specifically Egham, Egham Hythe, Englefield Green, the Surrey part of Sunningdale, Thorpe, Thorpe Lea and Virginia Water.
The community was focused around the green area with a cluster of houses being built.
Please note that these units are listed here because their boundaries covered the point location we hold for Englefield Green. Oliver, S. A. Royal Holloway looked for provision of a quota of student accommodation to complement its adjacent Kingswood Hall. It is home to Royal Holloway, University of London, the south eastern corner of Windsor Great Park, borders the town of Egham and more tightly-clustered village of Virginia Water. The Society promotes interest in all aspects of local history. n.d. [Typewritten]. ↑ Englefield Green Village Residents Association Retrieved 30-06-2007.
and G.Long, fishmongers; c.1919It is likely that Englefield Green has been a settlement at least since Saxon times. ↑ Oracle website Retrieved 30-06-2007. From the 18th century the area was developed with large houses being built for the gentry who were moving to the area as the Borough, with its closeness to the Royal household at Windsor, became a fashionable place to live.
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The name ''Inga's Feld'' shows that the history of the area lies in an agricultural past.
H E Malden (London, 1911), pp. A circular walk from Cooper's Hill in Englefield Green taking in the Runnymede meadows, a stretch of the River Thames and visiting three beautiful memorials along the way, the John F Kennedy Memorial, the Magna Carta Memorial and the Air Forces Memorial. Englefield was a tithing of the manor of Egham and formed part of the estates which belonged to Chertsey Abbey until 1537. The name ''Inga's Feld'' shows that the history of the area lies in an agricultural past. Reflections by Mr. Sidney Oliver on life today and in his youth, with mention of benefactors of Egham and Englefield Green… After a long and varied history over the years, the campus was sold by Brunel and a … [Typewritten]. I first attended school at St Jude's infants in 1952, Mrs Searl was head, one of my earliest memories is of my Dad collecting me at the gate and taking me to see 'Gunfight at the OK Corral'.
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The earliest surviving reference to Englefield Green as 'Hingefelda' dates back to 967 A.D. Only the green itself was exempt.For further information on Egham, Englefield Green, Thorpe and Virginia Water please contact the Museum or Egham Museum.Egham Museum, Literary Institute, High Street, Egham GU25 4ANOpening Hours Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 10 - 12.30 pm and 2 - 4.30 pm