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The Hermitage in Snow
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 The origin of the name Hanewelle or Hanwell is possibly Saxon, with the word Han meaning cockerel, or Hana (a Saxon name) and Welle meaning spring. It was mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086AD and still has a village and community feel. The Hermitage is a Grade 2 listed 19th century cottage and legend has it the original Han Well is situated in the grounds. 
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The origin of the name Hanewelle or Hanwell is possibly

Saxon, with the word Han meaning cockerel, or Hana (a Saxon name) and Welle meaning spring. It was mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086AD and still has a village and community feel. The Hermitage is a Grade 2 listed 19th century cottage and legend has it the original Han Well is situated in the grounds.