Gunnersbury belonged to the Bishop of London from at least the 11th century until the 19th. He leased it to a succession of wealthy families, including, in the 1370s, Alice Perrers, mistress of Edward III. In 1422, Gunnersbury passed to the Frowycks, a family of wealthy London mercers and traders, who retained it for over a century. The estate was then passed by marriage to a judge, Sir John Spelman, whose family owned it until the 1560s.
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