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A 'chapelry' exists by now in Petersham, probably occupying the same site as a Saxon church mentioned in the Domesday Book See in Google maps   
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A documentary reference to Kingston Bridge is first recorded in 1193; it has stone revetments but a flimsy wooden structure in constant need of repair See in Google maps   
Old Kingston Bridge, by Thomas Rowlandson

c. 1200
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A small rectangular flint chapel is built on the site of the present St Mary's church in Barnes See in Google maps   
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St Mary's chapel in Barnes is enlarged See in Google maps   
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The fishery at ‘Kaiho-juxta-Braynford’, which may be the origin of Kew Pond, first appears in the accounts of St Swithin’s Priory at Winchester See in Google maps   
1332   November 12
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The earliest recorded incumbent of St Mary's Church in Twickenham, William Browne, is presented. See in Google maps   
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The Vicars of St Mary's Church in Hampton are known back to 1342 and the old Church possibly existed from c.1250 See in Google maps   
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Edward III begins to transform a royal manor by the Thames at Richmond into a building that can for the first time be called a palace See in Google maps   
Effigy of Edward III, c.1380
National Portrait Gallery

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Anne of Bohemia, the wife of Richard II, dies of plague at Richmond and in his distress the king orders the palace to be demolished See in Google maps   
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Soon after his accession Henry V begins construction of a new royal palace at Richmond See in Google maps