Another in the occasional series on “Far-Flung Lost London” …

Southall was first recorded in 1198 as Suhaull, meaning, in Old English, southern (suth) nook of land (halh) (in contra-distinction to Northolt).  The surrounding area remained essentially rural and sparsely populated until the nineteenth century, and the coming of the railway.  Southall is now a bustling western suburb of London, with a large proportion of persons of south Asian extraction among its population.

Southall Manor and Manor House

Southall Manor was bequeathed to Wulfned, Archbishop of Canterbury, in 830.

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Southall Manor House dates in part to the sixteenth century.

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