STAINES , amarket
See also:town in the
See also:parliamentary division of Middlesex, England, on the
See also:Thames at the junction of the
See also:Colne, 19 M . W.S.W. of
See also:London on the London & South Western and
See also:Great Western
See also:railways . Pop. of urban
See also:district (1901), 6688 . Breweries and
See also:mustard mills employ many hands . A
See also:rifle range for the Metropolitan
See also:Volunteers and others was opened in 1892 . A
See also:village was situated here at the
See also:crossing of the Thames on the
See also:main road from London to south-western Britain, and the crossing was certainly one of the earliest bridged . A
See also:grant of oaks from Windsor
See also:forest for the repair of the
See also:bridge is recorded in 1262 . The existing bridge, from the designs of
See also:Rennie, was opened in 1831, after three bridges had failed in the previous
See also:forty years . The name of Staines appears in the Domesday Survey, and it has been supposed that the town is so called from a
See also:stone which marks the limit of the former jurisdiction of the City of London over the
See also:lower Thames . This is still considered to be the boundary between the upper and lower Thames . In the immediate neighbourhood, though included in the
See also:parish of
See also:Egham, Surrey, is
See also:Island, where
See also:John signed the Magna Carta .
GEORG ERNST STAHL (1660-1734)
STAIR (0. Eng. stagger, step, from stigan, to climb...
please could someone please tell me where in staines does 110 year old ellien watson live i would like to come and vist her if thisis possibile if you can not help mep[lease can you tell me who can thank you christopher sharp email@example.com
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