1332 November 12
The earliest recorded incumbent of St Mary's Church in Twickenham, William Browne, is presented.
A 3 storey brick mansion set in 74 acres, later known as Cambridge Park, is built by Sir Humphrey Lynd.
York Farm, now known as York House, is built for Andrew Pitcarne, Groom of the Bedchamber of Charles I.
Pitcarne dies in 1640 and York House is eventually sold by his family to the Earl of Manchester.
York House is bought by Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, Lord Chancellor to Charles II.
The house, later known as Radnor House, is built, probably by John Hooker.
A private estate on the West Field corner of Hounslow Heath comprising 12 acres of land and a substantial house becomes known as Whitton Park.
Sir Godfrey Kneller buys and demolishes an earlier house and builds a new house, Whitton Hall, which is later known as Kneller Hall, on the site.
James Johnston, Secretary of State for Scotland, commissions John James to design his new house, to become known later as Orleans House.
1713 April 9
Nave and chancel of St Mary's Church collapse leaving only the fifteenth-century tower, itself the survivor of an earlier building.