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cumgranissalis  •  Link

from Alan Bedford on Thu 13 Mar 2003,
Okay, Huntsmore is/was a hamlet in the parish of Iver, Buckinghamshire, mentioned in “Magna Brittania” (1806), quoted at: http://met.open.ac.uk/genuki/big/eng/BKM/Iver/I...
“Thorney is the principal hamlet in the parish; Riskins, Sutton, Shredding-Green, Grist, Bengers, Delaford, and Huntsmore, are in the parish.”
Grahamt on Thu 13 Mar 2003,
Huntsmore/Huntsmoor
Huntsmoor Park is between Iver and Uxbridge, (at the side of Chris Rea’s “Road to Hell”: the M25) on what is now the western edge of Greater London. See:
http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=...
for a map. Zoom out to see it in relation to Heathrow and London. There is also an aerial photo of Huntsmoor Park farm.
Added to the above Route fort your trip :From London to Buckingham be 60 Miles, thus reckoned.
To Acton 8, to Uxbridge 10, to Amersham, but get off at Hayes To Goulds Gr. onto the edge of map.
map for Windsor Huntsmore Brentford
http://www.londonancestor.com/maps/map-leigh.htm

or take the other route From London to Bath [Bath be 108 Miles, thus reckoned.]
To Brentford 10, to Hounsloe 2, [before [turn north at Hammonds Worth] ] ( to) Colbrook 6,
http://www.motco.com/map/81001/SeriesSearchPlat...
see Cowley
http://www.motco.com/map/81001/SeriesSearchPlat...
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As a modern map indicates it be east of Iver and SW of Cowley under the M25.

Grahamt  •  Link

South of Huntsmoor:
On the second map is a little place called Heathrow Field. That is now Heathrow Airport; the world's busiest International airport.

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