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Uxenden Hall or Uxendon Hall was an English manor house near Harrow-on-the-Hill. In the sixteenth century it was inhabited by the family of Jerome Bellamy.〔(【引用サイトリンク】title=Robert Southwell, Venerable )〕 The family would, in 1586, shelter the rebel Anthony Babington here, following the plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I of England.
The hall's name was first recorded in 1257 as ''Woxindon'', meaning "Wixan's Hill", and is thus related to Uxbridge. The Wixan were a 7th-century Saxon tribe from Lincolnshire who also began to settle in what became Middlesex.
The hall stood near where Preston Road tube station now stands, and is preserved in the street names "Uxendon Crescent" and "Uxendon Hill".
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