Mill Hill or Acton Hill House was built for Richard White in the early 1800s on farmland. Much of it was demolished in 1877 but part remains as 11 Avenue Crescent. See Mill Hill Estate for more info.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Acton Hill House
Richard White, founder of the Mill Hill Park estate, eminent lawyer and found...
As WW2 wore on, there was an increasing need for metal to make bombs, planes and tanks. To this end, the gates and railings around parks and open spaces were reclaimed as part of the war effort. Li...
Event, Architecture, Property
A social enterprise and charity providing affordable housing for Londoners. It was founded by Bruce Kenrick who had moved to Notting Hill in 1963 (which was then a far cry from the desirable area i...
Group, Property, Social Welfare
Norway House and Norway Yard. By the beginning of the 19th century this fine house set in its own large garden, had become a famous boarding academy for young gentlemen. We know that in 1805 the ...
Building, Education, Property
Builders in 1949.
Grand Prior of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 1501-1527. In 1504 he rebuilt St John's Gate. We guess the Docwra family are descended from Sir Thomas or his family.
Person, Property, Religion