List of people from the London Borough of Hillingdon

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Location of the London Borough of Hillingdon within London

This list of people from the London Borough of Hillingdon includes residents who were either born or dwelt for a substantial period within the borders of this modern London borough, formed in 1965 by the amalgamation of Hayes and Harlington Urban District, the Municipal Borough of Uxbridge, Ruislip-Northwood Urban District and Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban District in West London. The 2001 census recorded the population of Hillingdon as 243,006.[1]

Notable residents[edit]

Academia and research[edit]

Drama and film[edit]

Anne-Marie Duff at the 60th British Academy Film Awards in February 2007

Military[edit]

Music[edit]

Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones
  • Musicians Daniel/Matthew Persell Thompson (Croft & Cotes), were born in Eastcote

Nobility[edit]

At Hillingdon Court

Politics[edit]

Religion[edit]

  • Annie Isherwood (1862–1906), Anglican nun and founder of the Community of the Resurrection in Grahamstown, Southern Africa, was born in Uxbridge.[59]

Sport[edit]

Television[edit]

George Orwell in 1933, in which year he lived and worked in Hayes

Visual art[edit]

Writers[edit]

Places in Hillingdon[edit]

References[edit]

Citations
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