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The History of Kingsbury
(Kingsbury, NW9, North West London, London borough of Brent, Greater London)
Kingsbury is an area in the London Borough of Brent, northwest London. The name Kingsbury means "The King's Manor".
Kingsbury was historically a small parish in the Hundred of Gore and county of Middlesex. Until the nineteenth century it was largely rural with only scattered settlements. Oliver Goldsmith lived at Hyde Farm in Kingsbury from 1771 to 1774. David William Murray, 3rd Earl of Mansfield was buried at St. Andrew's churchyard in 1840.
Fryent Country Park together with Barn Hill Open Space is a large park situated in the north of the London Borough of Brent. It covers 103 hectares (254 acres) of rolling fields and small woods. The Park is surrounded by suburbia and bisected by Fryent Way and it lies about 15km north-west of central London.
A designated nature reserve, it is also used by local conservation volunteer groups like Friends of Fryent Park and the Barn Hill Conservation Group, as well as recreation use.