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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 6: Friern Barnet, Finchley, Hornsey with Highgate (1980), pp. 207-218. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22533 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Among the abbreviations used in the index, sometimes with the addition of an s to indicate plurality, the following may need elucidation: agric., agriculture; Alb., Albert; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; alms-ho., alms-house; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Assoc., Association; Bart., Bartholomew; bd., board; Benj., Benjamin; bldg., building; bldr., builder; boro., borough; bp., bishop; Bros., Brothers; bt., baronet; Capt., Captain; Cath., Catherine; Cathm., Catholicism; ch., church; chars., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; co., company; Col., Colonel; Coll., College; Colln., Collection; ct., court; cttee., committee; ctss., countess; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dist., district; dom., domestic; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; Ern., Ernest; fam., family; Fran., Francis; Fred., Frederick; gdn., garden; Gen., General; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; govt., government; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katharine; Lawr., Lawrence; ld., lord; libr., library; Lond., London; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; mchss., marchioness; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Pat., Patrick; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pk., park; pop., population; pub., public; q.v., quod vide; Reg., Reginald; Revd., Reverend; Ric., Richard; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; soc., social or society; Sq., Square; sr., senior; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; svce., service; Thos., Thomas; Vct., Viscount; Vctss., Viscountess; w., wife; Wal., Walter; wkho., workhouse; wks., works; Wm., William.

Abbey National Building Soc.,

Abbot, Wm., and his w. Jane,

Abingdon (Berks.), abbot of,

Abney, Sir Thos., ld. mayor of Lond., and his w. Mary,

Ackermann, Rudolph,

Acton,

Adamson, Eliz.,

Addison:
-, John (fl. c. 1800),
-, John (d. 1817, ? another), and his w. Eliz. Cath.,
-, Wm.,

Advance Cleaners & Launderers,

Aglionby:
-, Ambrose,
-, Cecily, w. of Thos., m. - Payne,
-, Thos.,

Aislabie, Mrs. (fl. 1777),

Albion Estates Co.,

Alden, Rob.,

Aldenham, Thos.,

Alder, J. S., architect,

Alderton, Thos.,

Alexander:
-, Joshua,
-, W.C.,

Alexander & Co.,

Alexandra Palace, in Wood Green,
-, Alexandra Pk.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, tram svces.,

Alfrey, John,

Allen:
-, Ann,
-, Chas. Wm.,
-, Edw. (d. 1625),
-, Edw. (d. 1692),
-, Edw. (d. 1774),
-, Eliz., w. of Edw. (d. 1692),
-, Eliz., w. of Jas.,
-, Jas.,
-, Sir John,
-, Mary, see Weld
-, Ralph,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Thos. (d. 1764),
-, (formerly Greenhalgh), Thos.,
-, Thos. (d. 1830),
-, fam.,

Allerthorpe, Lawr. of, see Lawrence

Altham:
-, Helen,
-, Sir Jas.,

Aluminium Supply Co.,

Amélie, queen of Portugal,

Amwell, Great (Herts.),

Anderson:
-, Wm.,
-, (or Sanderson), Wm.,

Andrew, Thos. Harrison,

Andrews, Jane,

Angell, Sam., architect,

Anger:
-, Anne, see Tyther
-, John,

Anglo Continental Clock Co.,

Anne, Queen,

Archer, Thos., rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,

architects, see Alder; Angell; Baines; Barnett & Birch; Barry; Bateman, J. A.; Bell, Chas.; Bennet & Richardson; Bennett, T. P.; Billing; Blomfield, Sir Art.; Boney; Brooks; Brown, Sir John; Butler, C. G.; Caroë Caroë, W. D., & Passmore; Clarke; Cockerell; Crickmer; Cutts; Dawkes; Ferrey; Gibbons; Glover; Groom; Habershon; Hubbard; James; Knight, E. F.; Ladds; Le Corbusier; Leach; Lubetkin & Tecton; Mileham; Milne; Moore, Temple; Morgan; Morris, Randall; Mumby; Newman & Billing; Nicholson, Sir Chas.; Norton; Papworth; Parkinson; Pawley; Pearson; Pike; Pinhey; Poley; Pott; Richardson & Gill; Salomons, E., & Jones; Salvin, Ant.; Scott, T. H. B.; Searle, Messrs.; Sedding; Seely & Paget; Silley; Smith, Geo.; Soutar; Stephen; Stockdale; Sutcliffe; Tarring; Tayler & Green; Thomson; Thorpe, John; Uren; Vulliamy; Wallen; Waymouth; Willoughby; Wilson, Hen.

Archway Road, in Hornsey and Islington,
-, Archway,
-, Archway tavern,
-, ch.,
-, Jews,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, rly. sta.,
-, soc. life,

Archway Road Co.,

Arden:
-, Alb. Hen.,
-, Edw. Cooper,
-, Geo. E.,

Arderne:
-, Hugh of, see Hugh
-, Rog. of, see Roger

Areskine:
-, John,
-, Rose, see Baston

Arlington, earl of, see Bennet

Armitage, Sam.,

artists and designers, see Bacon, John; Hone; Kempe, C. E.; Morris, Wm.; Roubiliac

Arundel, earl of, see Howard, Thos.

Arundell:
-, Eliz., m. John Charnock,
-, Sir John,
-, John,
-, Mr.,

Ashridge (Herts.),

Ashurst:
-, Eliz., see Draper
-, Sir Hen., bt.,
-, Sir Wm., ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Wm. Pritchard,

Ashwy, Ric. de,

Assemblies of God,

assizes of bread and ale,

Associated Motor Omnibus Co.,

Astley:
-, Lady Ann,
-, fam.,

athletics,

Atterbury, Lewis, rector of Hornsey, lecturer at Highgate,

Attfield, Ric.,

Attkins, Sam., and his w. Etty,

Audley:
-, Hen. de,
-, Jas. de,

Austin, Fran. M.,

Austin & Hayes,

Avery, John,

Aylmer:
-, John, bp. of Lond.,
-, Sam.,

Ayrey, Thos.,

B.B.C.,

Baber:
-, John Draper,
-, Mary, see Draper

Bacon:
-, Fran., Vct. St. Alban,
-, Fran. Darcy,
-, John,
-, John, jr., sculptor,
-, John Wm.,
-, Maria, m. Sir Wm. Johnston, bt.,
-, fam.,

Baggaley, Jas.,

Baines, Geo., & Co., architects,

Baker, Hugh, rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,

Baker's omnibus co.,

Banbury, Thos. of, see Thomas

Bancroft, John, rector of Finchley,

Banks:
-, C. O.,
-, Thos.,

Baptists,

Barbauld:
-, Letitia,
-, Rochemont,

Barber, Miss A.,

Barentyn:
-, Drew, mayor of Lond.,
-, Reynold,

Barham, Geo.,

Barker:
-, Anne, see Cage
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Barkham, John, rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,

Barking, bp. of, see Chadwick

Barnes:
-, Hen. Broadway,
-, John, mayor of Lond.,

Barnet, in Chipping Barnet (Herts.) and South Mimms,
-, fair,
-, Lond. boro., arms,
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, poor law union, wkho.,
-, rural sanitary authority,
-, schs.,

Barnet, battle of,

Barnet, East (Herts.),
-, local board dist.,

Barnet, Friern (formerly Little Barnet),
-, agric.,
-, allotments,
-, alms-hos.,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, chars.,
-, chs.,
-, Colney Hatch, q.v.
-, common fields,
-, common meadow and pasture, and see Finchley, common
-, customary wks. and svces.,
-, drainage,
-, electricity,
-, farms and farm-hos.,
-, Church,
-, Coppetts,
-, Cuckolds,
-, Frenchman's (formerly part of Friern Lodge estate),
-, Goodyers,
-, Hillside,
-, Manor,
-, Manor Ho.,
-, Muswell Hill,
-, Newmans,
-, Oakleigh Pk.,
-, Sayers,
-, Tromers,
-, and see Colney Hatch, asylum
-, fire,
-, friendly socs.,
-, Friern Barnet Village, q.v.
-, gas,
-, halls and institutes,
-, hermit,
-, hosps., and see Colney Hatch, asylum
-, housing and council estates, II,
-, Finsbury,
-, Friern Pk.,
-, Holly Pk.,
-, Myddelton Pk.,
-, Oakleigh,
-, Torrington Pk.,
-, White Ho.,
-, ind.,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, local bd.,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, Halliwick, cts., ho.,
-, Sarners Barnet,
-, Whetstone or Friern Barnet, cts., ho. (Friary or Friern Ho.), officers,
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, Oakleigh Park, q.v.
-, omnibus svces.,
-, par. officers,
-, pks., medieval:
-, Friern great pk.,
-, Friern little pk.,
-, pks. and open spaces,
-, Friary,
-, police,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, rlys. and Underground rlys.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, rectors, and see Brook; Duncon; Hall, Edw., Fred.; Morris; North; Roberts; Trillo
-, rectory,
-, retail trade,
-, road, and see Great North Road
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, soc. life,
-, sport,
-, tithes,
-, town hall,
-, tram svces.,
-, urban dist.
-, arms,
-, council,
-, water,
-, Queen Elizabeth's well,
-, Whetstone, q.v.
-, woodland,
-, and see Friern Barnet, pks., medieval
-, wkho.,

Barnet, Friern, village, in Friern Barnet,
-, ch.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Friary or Friern Ho., see Friern Barnet, mans.
-, Manor Ho.,
-, Mayfield,
-, Okehampton,
-, Rectory,
-, pop.,
-, schs.,

Barnet, High (Herts.):
-, rly.,
-, Rom. Cathm.,

Barnet, Little, see Barnet, Friern

Barnet, New (Herts.), rly. sta.,

Barnet District Gas & Water Co.,

Barnet District Water Co.,

Barnet Gas Co.,

Barnet Press and General Advertiser,

Barnet Press (group of cos.),

Barnett, Thos.,

Barnett & Birch, architects,

Barnville:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Frowyk, Thos. Jakes,
-, fam.,

Barrett, Alf.,

Barry, Sir Chas., architect,

Bartlett-Burdett-Coutts, see Coutts, W. L. A.

Barville, John, rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,

Basing:
-, Adam de, mayor of Lond.,
-, Avice de, m. Wm. de Hadestok,
-, Joan de, m. Hen. le Waleys,
-, Thos. de,
-, fam.,

Bassindale, Ann,

Baston:
-, Eleanor, m. John Worgan,
-, Eliz., m. Fred. Heinzelmann,
-, Rose, w. of -, m. John Areskine,

Bateman:
-, Hester, see Searle
-, J. A., architect,
-, Sir Jas.,

Batey, John,

Bath:
-, ctss. of, see Pulteney, Henrietta
-, earl of, see Pulteney, Wm.

Batho, Wm.,

Baxendale:
-, H. Lloyd,
-, Jos.,
-, fam.,

Baxter, Ric.,

Beaker, John,

Beauchamp:
-, Alice, w. of Rob. de,
-, Jas. de,
-, Rob. de,

Beauclerk:
-, Chas., duke of St. Albans,
-, Harriot, duchess of St. Albans, see Mellon
-, Topham,
-, Wm. de Vere, duke of St. Albans,

Beauvais, Louis,

Becket:
-, Jeremy (fl. 1664),
-, Jeremy (fl. 1669),
-, Mary, see Orme

Bedyk:
-, Adam de,
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, w. of Adam de, see Hadestok
-, Joan, w. of Hen. de, m. Ernald de Mounteney,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

Behnes, Wm.,

Bekmore, see Bigmore

Bell:
-, Chas., architect,
-, John,

bell-founders, see Janaway; Langhorne; Mears; Pack & Chapman; Warner, J.

Belmeis, Ric. de, bp. of Lond.,

Bennet:
-, Hen., earl of Arlington (d. 1686),
-, John, Ld. Ossulston (d. 1695),

Bennet & Richardson, architects,

Bennett:
-, Arnold,
-, T. P., architect,

Benning:
-, Fran., n
-, Wm.,

Bensley, Thos.,

Benyon, Sir Geo.,

Bernays, Stewart, rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,

Berry, Hen.,

Berveyr, John,

Bestchurch, John,

Bethell, Ric., Ld. Westbury,

Bethnal Green (formerly in Stepney),

Bethune, Mrs.,

Betjeman, Sir John,

Betstile (later New Southgate), in Southgate and Friern Barnet,
-, dom. bldg., Betstile Ho.,
-, ind.,

Bewick, John,

Bibbesworth:
-, Edm., and his w. Godith,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Bicknell:
-, Chas.,
-, Dorothea,
-, Eliz., m. - Hay,
-, Jane,
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Biggs Wall & Co.,

Bigmore (Bekmore), fam.,

Billing, A. E., architect,

Bindley, Jas.,

Bird:
-, Col. J. W.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Birkbeck Freehold Land Co.,

Bishop, Thos.,

Bisshopp:
-, Hugh,
-, Susan, see Hedges

Blackett's brook,

blacksmiths and wheelwrights,

Blake:
-, Dan.,
-, Fran.,
-, Wm., n,

Blaker Motor & Welding Co.,

Blakewell (Blakwell):
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Blechenham:
-, Olive, w. of Thos. of, m. Edm. Laner,
-, Thos. of,

Blind, Mathilde,

Blomfield:
-, Sir Art., architect,
-, Chas., bp. of Lond.,

Bloom, Chas.,

Bloomsbury, see Holborn

Bloxam:
-, Anne,
-, C. J.,
-, Emily,
-, Wm.,

Boarded River, see Stroud Green brook

Bohener, Mrs.,

Boise, Hannah,

Bolingbroke, Rog.,

Boltby, Eve of, see Eve

Bond:
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Boney, W. H., architect,

Bonython:
-, Chas.,
-, Ric.,

Booth:
-, Sir Felix, bt.,
-, John Gillyatt,
-, Phil.,

Bootle, Rob.,

Boswell, Jas.,

Boulogne, honor of,

Bounds Green brook,

Bourke, John, Ld., n

Bourn, Chas.,

Bourne, Wm. St. Hill, rector of Finchley,

Bower (firm),

bowls,

Bowstread, Wm.,

Bowyer, John,

boxing,

Boyce, Ric., and his w. Marg.,

Bradford:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Bradman:
-, Jas.,
-, John,

Bradshaw:
-, John Ant.,
-, Wm.,

Braham, John,

Brand, prebendary of Brownswood,

Brandon, Thos.,

Braithwaite, Ric.,

Brembre, Nic., mayor of Lond.,

Brent brook, see Dollis brook

Brentford,

Brereton:
-, Eliz., see Savage
-, Urian,
-, Sir Wm.,

Brethren,

brewing,

brick-making and bldg.,

Bridge, Sir John,

Bridlington, John,

Briers, Benj.,

Bristol, bp. of, see Westfield

British Broadcasting Corporation, see B.B.C.

British and Foreign Schs. Soc. and British schs.,

British Land Co.,

British Legion,

British Rail,

British Road Services,

British Women's Temperance Assoc.,

Brokherst:
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, m. Wm. Underhill,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bromfield, Wm.,

Bromley (by Bow), see Poplar

Bromwich, Thos.,

Brook, Sam., rector of Friern Barnet, vicar of Tottenham,

Brooks, Jas., architect,

Brooks, Jas., and Godsell, architects,

Brown:
-, Abraham,
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., see Haynes
-, Frances, m. - Markham,
-, Hen.,
-, Oliver Madox,
-, Sarah, m. Percival Chandler,
-, Sarah, m. Thos. Gregg,
-, Thos.,
-, W. Campbell,

Brown, Sir John, and Henson, architects,

Brown & Sweetland,

Brown Boveri,

Brownswood, in Hornsey,
-, man., see Hornsey, man.
-, prebendaries, and see Brand; Crowther, Jos.; Harrington, Rob.; Harvey, Ric.

Brownswood Park, in Hornsey,
-, ch.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Eel-Pie ho. (later Highbury Sluice-Ho. tavern),
-, Hornsey Wood Ho. (Hornsey Wood tavern),
-, Vicarage,
-, flats,
-, libr.,
-, police,
-, pop.,
-, sewerage,
-, vicars, see Latreille; Turberville
-, water,

Brun:
-, Isabel le, m. Everard the goldsmith
-, Rog., n
-, Wm. le (fl. before 1287),
-, Wm. le (fl. 1287),

Brydges:
-, Anna Eliz., m. Ric. Nugent-Temple-Grenville, Earl Temple,
-, Jas., marquess of Carnarvon, duke of Chandos,
-, Marg., see Nicholl

Buckingham, marquesses of, later dukes of Buckingham and Chandos, and see Grenville
-, estates of,

Buckton, Geo.,

Bullen, Jas. Rob.,

Bulwer-Lytton, see Lytton

Bunyan, John,

Burdett-Coutts, see Coutts, Angela

Burley:
-, Joan, see Cockayn
-, Rob.,

Burnell, Wm.,

Burridge, Mrs. Ethel W.,

Burton's Bakeries,

Bury:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Butcher, Thos.,

Butler:
-, C. G., architect,
-, fam.,

Byron, Ld., see Gordon

CAV Ltd.,

Caesar, Sir Julius,

Caffyn, R., & Son (later F. P. B. Caffyn & Co.),

Cage:
-, John,
-, Nic., and his w. Anne, m. Rob. Barker,

Calvert:
-, Chas.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wal.,

Cambridge, St. John's Coll., q.v.

Cambridge Instrument Co. (formerly Cambridge & Paul),

Cambridge Scientific Instrument Co.,

Cambridgeshire, see Trumpington

Camden, Lond. boro.,

Campbell, H. C. Montgomery-, rector of Hornsey, bp. of Lond.,

Campe:
-, Lawr. (d. 1613),
-, Lawr. (d. by 1645),
-, Lawr. (fl. 1655),
-, Sarah, w. of Lawr. (d. by 1645), m. Wm. Trott,

Campion, And.,

Campsbourne stream,

Candish, Ric.,

Canonbury, see Islington

Canterbury, abps. of, see Chichele; Warham

Cantlowes, in St. Pancras:
-, man., see St. Pancras, man.
-, prebendaries,

Carey, Eustace,

Caroë, W. D., architect,

Caroë, W. D., & Passmore, architects,

Carpenter, Ric.,

Carr, Sam., rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,

carriers,

Carter, Thos., master of Cholmley's sch., reader at Highgate,

Cartwright, John,

Cary:
-, Lucius Chas., Vct. Falkland,
-, Sarah, Vctss., see Inwen

Castle:
-, Wm. (d. 1775),
-, Wm. (fl. 1784),

Causton, T. H., vicar of St. Mic.'s, Highgate,

Cave:
-, Sarah,
-, Sarah Otway,

Cavendish, Sir Wm.,

Cecil, Thos.,

Central Electricity Generating Board,

Central London Building Co.,

Chadwell (Herts.),

Chadwick, W. F. P., vicar of Christ Ch., Crouch End, bp. of Barking,

chamberlain, Wal. the, see Walter

chamberlain, Wm. the, see William

Chambers:
-, Ric. (d. 1632-3),
-, Ric. (d. 1658), and his w. Cath. and Judith,
-, Susannah, w. of Ric. (d. 1632-3),

Chambré, Sir Alan,

Champnez, Sir John,

Chancellor, Fred.,

Chancery, see Inns

Chancery Lane, see Holborn

Chandler:
-, Percival,
-, Sarah, see Brown

Chandos, dukes of, see Brydges; Buckingham

Channing, Wm. Ellery,

Chaplin, Wm.,

Chaplin & Horne,

Chapman:
-, A. C. B. (Colin),
-, Edw. Hen.,
-, Thory,

charcoal,

Charing Cross, Euston & Hampstead Rly.,

Charles I,

Charles II,

Charnock:
-, Eliz., see Arundell
-, John,

Charterhouse, see London

Chatelaine, John,

Chelmsford (Essex), bp. of, see Trillo

Chelsea,

Cheshunt (Herts.),

Chester:
-, Guy,
-, Harry,
-, Wm.,

Chester, earl of, see Ranulph

Cheyney:
-, Anne, m. Sir John Parrott,
-, Cath., m. - Kempe,
-, Frances, m. - Crisp,
-, Frideswide, see Frowyk
-, Sir Thos.,

Chichele, Hen., abp. of Canterbury,

Child:
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., see Clulow
-, Fran. Wm.,
-, Geo.,
-, Martha, see Clulow
-, fam.,

Childe, - (fl. 1866),

Chipstead, Thos.,

Chiswick,
-, Sutton,

cholera,

Cholmley:
-, Eliz., see Slade
-, Sir Hugh,
-, Humph.,
-, Jasper,
-, Ranulph (Randal),
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Rog.,
-, Rog.,
-, Wm. (d. 1546),
-, Wm. (fl. 1656),

Choppin, Fran. H.,

Christian Scientists,

Christ's Hospital, see London

Church Building Soc.,

Church Commissioners, see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church End, in Finchley,
-, cage,
-, ch.,
-, Christ's Coll.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Abbottesgarden,
-, Angells, Lt.,
-, Avenue Ho.,
-, Bakers,
-, Bay Tree Cottage,
-, Bibbesworth man.-ho., see Finchley, mans.
-, Brent Lodge,
-, church-ho.,
-, clerk's ho.,
-, Cornwell Ho.,
-, Critchendell Ho.,
-, Cyprus Hill Lodge,
-, Derwent Ho.,
-, Elm Grange (formerly Villa),
-, Elm Ho.,
-, Elm Place,
-, Falkland Ho.,
-, Finchley Hall,
-, Flints,
-, Gibbs,
-, Grove Ho.,
-, Hertford Lodge,
-, Holly Cottage,
-, Huddes,
-, Kentesgarden,
-, Long Lodge,
-, Maple Ho.,
-, Park Ho.,
-, Rectory,
-, Rocklands,
-, Rodbardes,
-, Sawyers,
-, Sellars Hall,
-, Warren's Gift,
-, Wentworth Lodge,
-, White Ho.,
-, Willow Lodge,
-, flats,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, office bldgs.,
-, Olders Hill,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Queen's Head,
-, Railway hotel,
-, Red Lion,
-, rly. sta.,
-, ratepayers,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,

Church Farm Estates Ltd.,

Church Pastoral Aid Soc.,

Church Patronage Soc.,

Church Schools' Co.,

cinemas,

City of London Brewery,

Claridge:
-, Isabel,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,

Clark (Clerk):
-, Bart.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Clark's Bakeries,

Clarke:
-, J., architect,
-, T. Chatfeild, architect, and see Haughton Clarke

Cleave, Thos.,

Cleeve:
-, John (d. 1725),
-, John (d. 1748),

Clements:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Clerk, see Clark

Clerkenwell,
-, ch.,
-, detached part, n, gas, sewerage,
-, Knights of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem at,
-, prior of,
-, par. officers,
-, priory of St. Mary, prioress,

Cleveland, duke of, see Vane

Clewer, Sisters,

Clewin:
-, Dan.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah,
-, fam.,

Clissold Park, in Hornsey and Stoke Newington,

Clulow:
-, Eliz., m. - Child,
-, Martha, m. - Child,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. Whitaker,
-, fam.,

coach-bldg.,

Cobham, Eleanor, duchess of Gloucester,

Cobley, fam.,

Cockayn:
-, Frances, m. Wm. Markham,
-, Humph.,
-, Joan, m. Rob. Burley,
-, John,

Cockerell, F. P., architect,

Cockshott:
-, Anne,
-, Rob.,

Cokeham, Geo.,

Cole:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., rector of Hornsey,

Colebrook, Jas.,

Coleridge, Sam. Taylor,

Collett, Thos.,

Collins, W. J.,

Colney Hatch, in Friern Barnet,
-, asylum (later Friern Hosp.),bldgs.,
-, farm,
-, Avenue, the,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pop.,
-, ch.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Brook Ho.,
-, Greenbank,
-, Hermitage,
-, Priory,
-, Springfield,
-, White Ho.,
-, Woodlands,
-, flats,
-, Freehold, the,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pop.,
-, ratepayers' assoc.,
-, schs.,
-, soc. life,
-, gas,
-, Holly Park,
-, pop.,
-, schs.,
-, soc. life,
-, ind.,
-, 'man.',
-, pop.,
-, pub. ho., Orange Tree,
-, rly. sta.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, Southgate, New, q.v.

Colney Hatch Gas Co.,

Colquitt, Nic.,

Combes, Thos.,

Commercial Union Assurance,

Communist party,

Compagnie Générale des Omnibus de Londres,

Compton:
-, Anne, w. of Pet., m. Wm. Herbert, earl of Pembroke,
-, Hen., Ld. Compton,
-, Pet.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, Wm., Ld. Compton (earl of Northampton),
-, fam.,

Congregationalists (Independents),

Conservative Land Soc.,

Conservative party,

Cooke:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Coombes, Thos. Merriman,

Cooper:
-, Edith Cassandra,
-, Revd. Edw.,
-, Revd. Edw. Phill.,
-, Isaac Sutton,
-, Jas. Fenimore,
-, Sophia, m. Fred. Fitzgerald,
-, fam., n

Co-Partnership Tenants,

Copwood:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Corbould, Ric.,

Corbrond:
-, Marg., see Turvey
-, Thos.,

Corbusier, see Le Corbusier

Cornwall, earl of, see Edmund

Cornwallis:
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Cosimo III, grand duke of Tuscany,

Costa (Da Costa):
-, Abraham,
-, Alvares,
-, Ant.,
-, Moses,
-, fam.,

Cotton:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Wm., rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's, bp. of Exeter,

Cousins:
-, Abraham,
-, Fred.,
-, Louisa,

Coutts:
-, Angela Burdett-, Lady BurdettCoutts),
-, Harriot, see Mellon
-, Thos.,
-, W. L. A. Bartlett-Burdett-,

Cowper, Wm., and his w. Cecily,

Cox:
-, Edw.,
-, Mary,
-, Rob. Kilby,

Coxhead, Pet.,

Coysh, Dr. Elisha,

Cozens:
-, John (d. 1772),
-, John (fl. 1772),

Crabbe, Geo.,

Crane:
-, Edw.,
-, Eleanor,
-, Ellen, m. - Cropper,
-, Geo.,

Crawshay, Geo.,

Creek, H. M.,

Cressingham, Hugh,

Creswick, Wm.,

cricket,

Crickmer, C. M., architect,

Crisp:
-, Frances, see Cheyney
-, Fred.,

Critchett, Geo.,

Crombie, Alex.,

Cromer:
-, Anne,
-, Marg., see Kempe
-, Wm.,

Cromwell:
-, Oliver, Lord Protector,
-, Ric., Lord Protector,
-, Thos. (earl of Essex),

Cropley, Sir John,

Cropper, Ellen, see Crane

Crosfield, Sir Art., bt.,

Crouch End, in Hornsey,
-, Broadway chapel (later hall),
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, clock-tower,
-, Crouch End Hill,
-, Crouch Hill,
-, rly. sta.,
-, schs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Alresford Ho.,
-, Amedee Villa,
-, Cecile Ho.,
-, Crouch End academy,
-, Crouch Hall,
-, Crouch Hall, Old,
-, Green Lettuce,
-, Holland Ho.,
-, Lake Villa,
-, Lightcliffe Ho.,
-, Limes,
-, Linslade Ho.,
-, Oakfield Ho.,
-, Oakfield Villa,
-, Topsfield Hall,
-, Womersley Ho.,
-, flats,
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, halls and institutes,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, opera ho.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Bear,
-, Harringay Arms,
-, King's Head,
-, Maynard Arms,
-, Three Tuns,
-, rly. sta.,
-, retail trade,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, sport,
-, theatre,
-, vicars, see Chadwick; Green, Bryan; Matthews, W. R.; Sharp, C. J.
-, water,

Crouch End and District Advertiser,

Crouch End and District Review,

Crouch End and Hornsey Weekly News and Highgate Advertiser,

Crowe, Wm., rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,

Crowther:
-, Geo.,
-, Jos., prebendary of Brownswood,

Cruikshank, Geo.,

Crunden, Isaac,

Cubitt, Thos.,

Curtis:
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1829),
-, Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1847), and his w. Mary Anne,
-, Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1870),

Cutbush:
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., & Son,

Cutler:
-, Martha, see Ive
-, Rob.,

Cutts:
-, J. E. K., architect,
-, J. P., architect,

Dabbs, Wm. Mattocks,

Da Costa, see Costa

Dale, Thos.,

Dalton, C. B., vicar of St. Mic.'s, Highgate, canon of St. Paul's,

Darlington, earl of, see Vane

Dauncy:
-, Eliz., see Skeffington
-, Sir John,

David Copperfield,

Dawkes, S. W., architect,

Day:
-, E. C.,
-, Thos.,

De Dion Bouton,

De La Salle Brothers,

De Prati, Joachim,

de Salis, Revd. Hen.,

Deard's, Rob., Ltd.,

Defoe, Dan.,

demesnes,
-, leasing of,

Dental Manufacturing,

Denton:
-, Sir Edm., bt.,
-, Mary, see Rowe

Derby, bp. of, see Pearce, Edm.

Dette, John,

Devereux, Jos.,

Dickens:
-, Ant.,
-, Chas., novelist,
-, Chas. Scrase (d. c. 1833),
-, Chas. Scrase (fl. 1856),
-, C. R. Scrase,
-, Fran., and his w. Rachel,
-, Sally, see Scrase
-, Thos.,

Dickinson, A. E. C.,

Ditton, Mat. of, see Matthew

Dollis or Brent brook (formerly Tateburn),

Dollis Park Dairy Co.,

domestic svce.,

Domville, Sir Wm.,

Donaldson, St. Clair, rector of Hornsey, bp. of Salisbury,

Dorchester, John,

Dorchester, marquesses of, see Pierrepont

Dorman, Sam.,

Doughty, Jas.,

Dower, -, schoolmaster,

Dowling, Dan.,

Down:
-, Edw.,
-, Ric.,

Downer, Hen.,

Draper:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Hen. Ashurst,
-, Jasper,
-, John,
-, Mary, m. - Baber,
-, Mary, w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Ric., n
-, Rob.,
-, Rog.,
-, Sarah, w. of Thos. (d. 1631), m. 2 - Kemp,
-, Sir Thos., bt.,
-, Thos. (d. 1612),
-, Thos. (d. 1631),
-, fam.,

Drinkwater, John,

Duckett, Lawr.,

Dudley:
-, John,
-, Rob., earl of Leicester,

Dufferin, Lady, see Sheridan

Duncan, Benj.,

Duncombe:
-, Giles, and his w. Cecily,
-, Sarah, m. Sir Hen. Rowe,

Duncon:
-, Edm., rector of Friern Barnet,
-, John, rector of Friern Barnet,

Dunn:
-, E. A., vicar of St. Jas., Muswell Hill, canon of St. Paul's,
-, Geof.,
-, Thos.,

Durham, John,

Dyke:
-, Mary,
-, Wm.,

Dyne, J. B., headmaster of Highgate Sch.,

Ealing,

East Barnet Gas and Water Co.,

East End, in Finchley,
-, ch.,
-, Cuckolds Haven,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Belle Vue,
-, Cromwell Hall
-, East End Ho.,
-, Elmshurst (formerly Elm Ho.),
-, Grange,
-, Knightons,
-, Manny Pennys,
-, Oak Lodge,
-, Old Ho.,
-, Park Hall,
-, Park Lodge (formerly Gate),
-, Porters,
-, Prospect Ho.,
-, Redings,
-, Sedgemere,
-, Verandah or Bow-Window Ho.,
-, Worthy Ho.,
-, flats,
-, Hogmarket,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, Parkgate, and see Finchley, mans.
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Bald-faced Stag, n,
-, Dirthouse,
-, Five Bells,
-, George, n
-, Hog Driver,
-, Red Lion, n
-, Sow and Pigs,
-, Spaniards,
-, Three Horseshoes,
-, White Lion,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, and see Finchley, East

Eastern Electricity Board,

Eastern Gas Board,

Easthope, John,

Ebury, see Westminster

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Commissioners, as landowners:
-, in Friern Barnet,
-, in Finchley,
-, in Hornsey,

Ecken, fam.,

Edgware, Highgate & London Rly.,

Edgware Road (Watling Street),

Edmondson:
-, Jas., & Son,
-, Mrs. Jas., n

Edmonton, n
-, hundred,
-, ind.,
-, local bd.,dist.,
-, poor law union, wkho.,
-, sch.,
-, sewerage,

Edmund, earl of Cornwall (d. 1300),

Edrich, Thos.,

Edward I,

Edwards:
-, H., vicar of St. Mic.'s, Highgate, canon of St. Paul's,
-, John,

Elder:
-, Hen. Weston,
-, Sarah,
-, fam., n,

elections:
-, local,
-, parliamentary,

electrical ind.,

Elias, Julius Salter, Vct. Southwood, and his w.,

Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance,

Elizabeth I, formerly Princess Elizabeth,

Elliot, Sir Gilb.,

Ellis, Sam.,

Elrington, Sir John,

Elthorne hundred,

Enfield:
-, Chase, n
-, technical coll.,
-, wkho.,

engineering,

Erskine, John, earl of Mar,

Essex, see Harlow; Thaxted; Walthamstow

Essex, archdeacon of, see Vigorous

Eustace:
-, Giles,
-, Thos.,

Evangel Press,

Evangelical Assoc. for the Propagation of the Gospel,

Evans, Wm.,

Eve of Boltby,

Ever Ready Co. (Great Britain),

Everard the goldsmith,
-, his w. Isabel, see Brun

Everton, Steph.,

Ewers:
-, Cath.,
-, Thos.,

Exeter, bp. of, and see Cotton, Wm.

Express Dairy Co.,

Eyre:
-, Chas.,
-, Mary,

Fairclough, Marg.,

Fairholt, F. W.,

Falkland, Vct., see Cary

Fane:
-, Chas., Vct. Fane,
-, Susannah, Vctss. Fane, see Juxon

Fanning, Wm.,

Farnham, John,

Farrer, J.,

Fauconer, Rob., n

Feckenham or Howman, John, rector of Finchley, dean of St. Paul's, and abbot of Westm.,

Feld, atte, fam.,

Felixstowe (Suff.), ch.,

Felton, Wm., master of Cholmley's sch. and reader at Highgate,

Fenner, Zachariah,

Ferme Park, in Hornsey,
-, ch.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, sport,

Ferme Park Properties,

Ferour, Sim. le,

Ferrar, Nic.,

Ferrey, E. B., architect,

Field, see Feld

Fields, Gracie,

Finchley:
-, Ric. of, see Richard
-, fam.,

Finchley,
-, agric.,
-, allotments,
-, alms-hos.,
-, baths,
-, boro.,
-, arms,
-, council,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, Brownswell, see Finchley common
-, cemeteries,
-, chantry,
-, chars.,
-, charter,
-, Church End, q.v.
-, chs.,
-, coach svces.,
-, Coleharbour, see Whetstone
-, common fields,
-, common meadow and pasture,
-, inclosure,
-, and see Finchley common
-, crosses,
-, Cuckolds Haven, see East End
-, customary wks. and svces.,
-, drainage,
-, East End, q.v.
-, East Finchley, see Finchley, East
-, electricity,
-, Fallow Corner, see North End
-, farms and farm-hos.:
-, College,
-, Courthouse,
-, Crockford's,
-, Fallow or Cobley's,
-, Furzby,
-, Grotes (later Grass),
-, Grove Ho.,
-, Hendon Lane,
-, Lodge,
-, Manor, farm-ho. in East End Rd., farm-ho. (later Manor Dairy Fm.) in Hornsey, n,
-, Park,
-, Plant,
-, Sabin (later Furzby),
-, Sheephouse (later College),
-, Spaniards,
-, Vale,
-, Woodside,
-, Finchley common, q.v.
-, Finchley Hill, n
-, fire,
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, halls and institutes,
-, Hampstead Garden Suburb, q.v.
-, Hogmarket, see East End
-, hosps.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Halliwick,
-, Woodhouse,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, local bd.,
-, dist.,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, Bibbesworth, cts., man.-ho., officers,
-, Ballards Reading,
-, Bibwell,
-, Finchley, cts., officers,
-, High or Rote Reading,
-, Little Readings,
-, Lordsfield,
-, Marches or Normans, ho.,
-, Oxleas,
-, Park Gate,
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, mkts. and fairs,
-, mills,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, North End, q.v.
-, North Finchley, see Finchley, North
-, Olders Hill, see Church End
-, omnibus svces.,
-, par. officers,
-, par. wards,
-, Parkgate, see East End
-, pks. medieval, see Hornsey park
-, pks. and open spaces,
-, police,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, rlys. and Underground rlys.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, ratepayers' assoc.,
-, rectors, and see Archer; Baker; Bancroft; Barkham; Barville; Bernays; Bourne; Carr; Cotton, Wm.; Feckenham; Goulston; Hall, John; Hill, John; Latewar; Marshall; Preston; Scaldeford; Spendlove; Vigorous; Waller; White, Thos., Reader; Worrall; Worsley, Ralph; Wykes
-, rectory,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Bishop's Avenue,
-, and see Great North Road; North Circular Road
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, convents,
-, schs., and see Church End, Christ's Coll.
-, sewerage,
-, soc. life,
-, sport,
-, Strawberry Vale, see Finchley common
-, Tally Ho Corner, see North End
-, tithes,
-, Towers, the,
-, tram svces.,
-, urban dist.,
-, council,
-, water,
-, West Finchley, see Finchley, West
-, Whetstone, q.v.
-, woodland,
-, Bishop's wood,
-, Finchley wood, see Finchley common
-, Woodside, see Whetstone
-, wkho.,

Finchley, East (formerly East End), in Finchley,
-, ch.,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, rly. sta.,
-, schs.,

Finchley, North (formerly North End), in Finchley,
-, ch.,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, retail trade,
-, schs.,
-, vicar,

Finchley, West, in Finchley,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, rly. sta.,

Finchley common (formerly Finchley wood), in Finchley,
-, Brownswell, well,
-, Friern Barnet inhabitants, rights of meadow and pasture,
-, Hornsey inhabitants, rights of meadow and pasture,
-, inclosure,
-, military camps,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pub. ho., Green Man (formerly Huntsman), n
-, settlement,
-, sport,
-, Strawberry Vale,
-, Lincoln Lodge,
-, woodland,

Finchley Co-Partnership Soc.,

Finchley District Nursing Assoc.,

Finchley Electric Light Co.,

Finchley Free Press,

Finchley Gas Co.,

Finchley Guild of Social Service,

Finchley Motor Engineering Co.,

Finchley Press,

Finsbury,
-, St. Luke, Old Street,

Finsbury Park, in Hornsey, n,
-, halls and institutes,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, open space,
-, rly. sta.,
-, schs.,
-, water,

Finsbury Park, Crouch Hill and Hornsey House and Property Register,

Fisher:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

fishing,

FitzAlan, Hamon,

Fitzgerald:
-, Fred. A. H.,
-, Sophia, see Cooper

Fitzneal, Ric., bp. of Lond.,

Fitzroy:
-, Chas., Ld. Southampton (d. 1797),
-, Chas., Ld. Southampton (d. 1872),
-, Geo., Ld. Southampton,
-, Thos. Wm. Coke,
-, fam.,

Fletcher, Ric., bp. of Lond.,

Flete, John,

Fluellin, Rob.,

Foliot, Gilb., bp. of Lond.,

Folkes, Ric.,

football,

Forster, Sam.,

Fortis Green, in Hornsey,
-, brewery,
-, common,
-, inclosure,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Albion Cottage,
-, Albion Lodge,
-, Firs,
-, Fortismere,
-, Midhurst,
-, Woodlands,
-, fire,
-, flats,
-, gas,
-, hosp.,
-, schs.,
-, water,

Foster Cambridge (firm),

Foster Instrument Co.,

Fox, Geo.,

franchises, see assizes of bread and ale; frankpledge; gallows

Francis:
-, Alice, m. Sir Thos. Travers,
-, Maud, w. of Sim.,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos.,

frankpledge, views of,

Free English Church,

Freehold and Leasehold Investment Co.,

Freeman, John,

French, Ric.,

Friends, see Quakers

Friern Barnet, see Barnet, Friern.

Friern Hospital, see Colney Hatch, asylum

Friern Manor Dairy Co.,

Friern Watch Dairy,

Frost, Jas.,

Frowyk:
-, Eliz., see Barnville
-, Frideswide, m. Sir Thos. Cheyney,
-, Sir Thos.,

Fry:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Rog.,

Fryth, atte, fam.,

Fulham,
-, bp. of Lond.'s palace, n,
-, man.,

Fulwood's Rents, see Holborn

furniture-making,

Fynch, Ric.,

G.E.R., see Great Eastern Rly.

G.L.C., see Greater London Council

G.N.R., see Great Northern Rly.

Galliardietto, Fran.,

gallows,

Gamage:
-, Alf.,
-, Wm.,

Gardiner, Sir Thos.,

Gas Light and Coke Co.,

Gauges and Instruments Ltd.,

Gaywood, Wm.,

Gazeley, Mrs.,

George:
-, John,
-, Mary, see Ive

Gibbons, J. H., architect,

Gibson, Sarah, see Holden

Gifford, ctss. of, see Sheridan

Gilley, Wm.,

Gillman:
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Gilpin:
-, John,
-, Thomasina, w. of John, m. Wm. Querry,

Gings, bailiwick of,

Gittens, Wm.,

Gladstone, Wm.,

Glasshouse Yard,

Gloucester, duchess of, see Cobham

Glover, Morton M., architect,

Godolphin, Wm.,

Godzer, see Goodere

goldsmith, Everard the, see Everard

golf,

Gomin, David,

Good Shepherd, Sisters of the,

Goodere (Goodyer, Godzer):
-, Albany,
-, Fran.,
-, Hen.,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1486),
-, John (fl. 1496),
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Goodyear

Goodlake, Thos., and his w. Joan,

Goodson, Thos.,

Goodwin:
-, Anne, w. of John,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Goodyear:
-, Fred. (fl. c. 1879),
-, Fred. (d. 1937),

Goodyer, see Goodere

Gordon, Geo., Ld. Byron,

Gordon Riots,

Gore hundred,

Gould:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Eliz., Lady,

Goulston, Thos., rector of Finchley,

Graeff:
-, John Geo., sr.,
-, John Geo., jr.,
-, Mary, w. of John Geo., see Jordan

Grant, John,

Grattan Ltd.,

Graves:
-, Sir Edw., bt.,
-, Hester, see Tyther
-, Marg., m. Edw. Maddison,

Gravesend:
-, Ric. de, bp. of Lond.,
-, Steph. de, bp. of Lond.,

Gray, Edw.,

Great Eastern Rly.,

Great North Road,

Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Rly.,

Great Northern and City Rly.,

Great Northern Motors,

Great Northern Rly. (G.N.R.),

Great Ormond Street Hosp., see Holborn

Greater London Council (G.L.C.),

Green:
-, Bryan, vicar of Christ Ch., Crouch End, canon of Birmingham,
-, Chas., aeronaut,
-, Chas., brewer,
-, John,
-, Susan, & Son,

Green Lanes,

Greenhalgh, see Allen, Thos.

Gregg:
-, Sarah, see Brown
-, Thos.,

Greig, David,

Grenville:
-, Anna Eliz. Nugent-Temple-, see Brydges
-, Ric. Nugent-Temple- (d. 1839), Earl Temple (later TempleNugent - Brydges - Chandos-, marquess of Buckingham, duke of Buckingham and Chandos),
-, Ric. Plantagenet Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-, duke of Buckingham and Chandos (d. 1861),

Griffin, R. S.,

Grigg, Mic.,

Grignon and Hull, Misses,

Grimaldi, Jos.,

Grisewood, fam.,

Groom, John, architect,

Grote:
-, And.,
-, Rog.,

Groves, Jas.,

Gunstone, Thos.,

Gurney, Wm. Brodie,

Guy, Hen.,

Guybon, John,

Gwyn, Rees,

Gwynne, Nell,

Gye, Fred.,

Habershon, W. G. and E., architects,

Hackney:
-, Isabel, dau. of Ric. of, m. Wm. Olney,
-, Ric. of,

Hackney,
-, Lond. boro.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, sewerage,

Hadestok:
-, Avice de, see Basing
-, Joan de, m. Adam de Bedyk,
-, Wm. de,

Haggerston, see Shoreditch

Hale, Wm.,

Halewyc:
-, Hen. de,
-, John de,

Haliwell, see Shoreditch

Hall:
-, Edw. Gage, rector of Friern Barnet,
-, Ellen Maria,
-, Fred., rector of Friern Barnet,
-, John, rector of Finchley,
-, John, curate in Finchley,

Halmer, Wm.,

Hamilton:
-, Fran. A.,
-, Mrs. F. A.,
-, -,
-, fam.,

Hammersmith,

Hammond, Rob.,

Hampstead,

Hampstead and Highgate Express,

Hampstead Garden Suburb, in Hendon and Finchley,
-, ch.,
-, trust,

Hampstead Heath, in Hampstead and Hendon,

Hampstead Record (later Hampstead and Highgate Record and Chronicle),

Handel, Geo. Fred.,

Hankey:
-, John Pet., and his w. Isabel,
-, Sir Wm.,

Haringey, Lond. boro.,
-, arms,
-, educ.,

Harlesden, see Willesden

Harlow (Essex),

Harringay, Manfred of, see Manfred

Harringay, in Hornsey,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Harringay Ho.,
-, Vicarages,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, man., see Hornsey
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pop.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, schs.,
-, sport,
-, vicar,

Harrington:
-, Sir Jas.,
-, John,
-, Rob., rector of Hornsey, prebendary of Brownswood,
-, Harris, Sir Thos.,

Harrison:
-, Fred.,
-, Revd. John, and his w. Marg.,
-, Ralph,
-, Richardson,
-, Major-Gen. Thos.,
-, fam.,

Hartell, Edw., n

Hartwell:
-, John,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1731),
-, Wm. (fl. 1759),

Harvey:
-, Ric., rector of Hornsey, prebendary of Brownswood,
-, Wm.,

Hastings:
-, Ann, w. of Geo., Ld. Hastings, n
-, Cath., w. of Wm., Ld. Hastings,
-, Cath., w. of Hen. Hastings, earl of Huntingdon,
-, Edw., Ld. Hastings,
-, Geo., Ld. Hastings,
-, Mary, w. of Edw., Ld. Hastings,
-, Wm., Ld. Hastings,
-, fam.,

Hatton, Sir Wm.,

Haughton, Steph.,

Haughton Clarke:
-, Sir Phil, bt.,
-, Sir Sim., bt. (d. 1833),
-, Sir Sim., bt. (d. 1849),
-, fam.,

Haversham, Ric. of, see Richard

Hawkes:
-, Ric.,
-, Rob., and his w. Alice,

hawking,

Hawkins:
-, Revd. Hen.,
-, Sir John, and his w. Sidney,
-, John Sidney,

Hawtin Industries (later Hawtin Ltd.),

Hay:
-, Eliz., see Bicknell
-, John, Ld. Yester, marquess of Tweeddale,
-, Mary, Lady Yester, see Maitland

Haygarth, fam.,

Hayne, Rob.,

Haynes:
-, Abraham,
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Brown,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hayton:
-, Rog.,
-, widow (fl. 1664),

Heal:
-, Ambrose,
-, Annie,
-, Frank,
-, John Harris,

Hedges:
-, Anne, see Searle
-, Chas.,
-, John,
-, Susan, m. - Bisshopp,
-, Sir Wm.,

Heinzelmann:
-, Eliz., see Baston
-, Fred. Balthasar,

Hendon,
-, boro.,
-, man., Frith, n,
-, cts.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, farm, Decoy, n
-, Mill Hill, q.v.
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, technical coll.,

Henley:
-, D. F.,
-, W. E.,

Henley's Medical Supplies,

Hennessy, Geo.,

Henningham:
-, Nic.,
-, Wal.,
-, and see Heveningham

Henry VII,

Henry, prince of Wales,

Henry of Sandwich, bp. of Lond.,

Hereford, bp. of, see Tyrhtel

Hernicus the tailor,

Heron:
-, John (fl. 1504),
-, John, jr. (fl. 1504),
-, Wm.,

Herring, T. B.,

Hertfordshire, see Amwell; Ashridge; Barnet; Chadwell; Cheshunt; St. Albans; Totteridge

Heveningham (? Henningham), -,

Hewett, Sir Wm., ld. mayor of Lond.,

Heybourn:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Heywood, Capt. Pet.,

Hicks, Chas.,

High Barnet, see Barnet, High

Highbury, see Islington

Highgate, in Hornsey, Islington, and St. Pancras, n,
-, allotments,
-, alms-hos.:
-, Pauncefort's,
-, Wollaston's,
-, boundaries,
-, Broadbent's Yard,
-, cage,
-, cemetery, see St. Pancras, Highgate cemetery
-, chapel (hermits', later Cholmley's or free sch.'s, closed 1832), frontispiece,
-, clerks,
-, lecturers, and see Alterbury; Latham, Dan.; Mayo; Saunders, Jas.; Strachey; Yardley
-, readers (and masters of free sch.), and see Carter; Felton
-, chars., Gould char. estate,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Albion Cottage, Arundel Ho., (another),
-, Ashurst or Mansion Ho.,
-, Avalon,
-, Bank Point Cottage,
-, Betchworth Ho.,
-, Bisham Ho.,
-, Blue Ho.,
-, Bowden Lodge,
-, Byron Cottage,
-, Byron Ho.,
-, Caen Terrace,
-, Castle Yard,
-, Cholmeley Ho.,
-, Cholmeley Lodge,
-, Church Ho.,
-, Coombe Ho.,
-, Copley Dene,
-, Cornerhouse,
-, Cottage,
-, Cromwell Ho.,
-, Dorchester Ho.,
-, Dormy Ho.,
-, Dufferin Lodge,
-, Englefield Ho.,
-, Fairseat,
-, Farquhar Ho.,
-, Gloucester Ho.,
-, Grange,
-, Grove: (nos. 1-6), (nos. 7-12),
-, Grove Bank,
-, Grove Ho.,
-, Hampden Ho.,
-, Hermitage,
-, Hertford Ho.,
-, High Street,
-, Hilldrop,
-, Hillside,
-, Holly Lodge,
-, Holly Terrace,
-, Hollyside,
-, Ingleholme,
-, Ireton Ho.,
-, Ivy Ho.,
-, Lauderdale Ho.,
-, Lawns,
-, Lightwells,
-, Lilford Ho.,
-, Limes (later Southwood hosp.),
-, Linden Ho.,
-, Lyndale Ho.,
-, Morton Ho.,
-, Naomi Cottage,
-, North Hill,
-, North Road,
-, Northgate Ho.,
-, Oak Lodge,
-, Old Hall,
-, Park Ho.,
-, Parkfield,
-, Pond Sq.,
-, Priory,
-, Rock Ho.,
-, Russell Ho.,
-, St. George's Ho.,
-, Slingley,
-, South Grove,
-, South Grove Ho., n,
-, Southwood,
-, Southwood Cottage,
-, Southwood Ct.,
-, Southwood Hall,
-, Southwood Ho.,
-, Southwood Lane,
-, Southwood Lawn,
-, Southwood Lodge,
-, Springfield Cottages,
-, Sutherland Ho.,
-, Sycamores,
-, Vicarages,
-, Voel,
-, Well Cottages,
-, (Highgate) West Hill,
-, West View,
-, Winchester Hall (formerly Winches Ho.),
-, Witanhurst,
-, York Buildings,
-, electricity,
-, fair,
-, flats,
-, Cholmeley Lodge,
-, High Point,
-, Hillcrest,
-, South Grove Ho.,
-, Southwood Pk.,
-, Verandah Cottages,
-, fire,
-, forge,
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, Gatehouse, frontispiece, see also Highgate, pub. hos.
-, green,
-, inclosures,
-, ponds,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, Northfield hall,
-, hermits,
-, hosps., n,
-, dispensary,
-, Southwood hosp.,
-, and see St. Pancras, infirmary
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, librs. and reading rooms, and see Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution
-, local govt.,
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, museum,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, police,
-, horse patrols,
-, lighting and watching,
-, petty sessions, ct.-ho.,
-, robber's fund,
-, Pond Sq.,
-, poor hos.,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, pound,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Angel,
-, Bull,
-, Castle,
-, Flask,
-, Fox and Crown,
-, Gatehouse,
-, Mitre,
-, Red Lion,
-, Rose and Crown,
-, Wellington,
-, White Hart,
-, White Lion,
-, rly. stas.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Castle Yard,
-, Grove (formerly Pemberton Row and Quality Walk),
-, High Street,
-, Highgate Hill, the Bank, n,
-, Highgate West Hill (formerly West Hill),
-, Jackson's Lane,
-, North Grove,
-, North Hill,
-, North Road,
-, South Grove,
-, Southwood Lane, wells,
-, Wood Lane,
-, Rom. Cathm., and see Islington, Rom. Cathm.
-, Rom. remains,
-, schs.,
-, Channing (formerly Channing Ho.),
-, Ladies' Hosp.,
-, and see Highgate School
-, sewerage,
-, soc. life,
-, Swearing on the Horns,
-, and see Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution
-, Southwood common,
-, sport,
-, Townsend's Yard,
-, tram svces.,
-, vicars, and see Causton; Dalton; Edwards, H.; Trinder
-, watch-ho.,
-, water,
-, Waterlow Pk.,
-, windmill,

Highgate and Muswell Hill Post,

Highgate Dwellings Improvement Co.,

Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution,

Highgate School (formerly Cholmley's sch. or free sch.),
-, bldgs.,
-, Big School,
-, boarding hos.,
-, chapel (closed 1832), see Highgate, chapel; (from 1867),
-, Cholmeley Ho. (jr. sch.),
-, Dyne Ho.,
-, gateway,
-, headmaster's ho.,
-, old school-ho.,
-, sanatorium,
-, School Ho.,
-, science bldgs.,
-, chapel field estate,
-, governors,
-, playing fields,
-, masters and headmasters, see Highgate, chapel; Dyne
-, statutes,

Highgate Times,

highwaymen,
-, and see Sheppard; Turpin

Hill:
-, Prof. A. V.,
-, Anne,
-, Constance,
-, J. C.,
-, John (fl. 1500),
-, John, rector of Finchley, canon of St. Paul's,
-, Marg.,
-, Philadelphia,
-, Wm., & Son,
-, fams.,

Hill & Sons,

Hill Homes Ltd.,

Hitler, Alois, and his w. Bridget,

Hobart Manufacturing Co.,

Hodgson:
-, J. H., vicar of St. Augustine's, Highgate,
-, Ric.,

Holborn,
-, Bloomsbury,
-, Chancery Lane,
-, Christ Church, Woburn Sq.,
-, Fulwood's Rents (later Place),
-, Great Ormond Street Hosp. for Sick Children,
-, Kingsgate Street,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, Portpool,
-, Saffron Hill,
-, St. Giles-in-the-Fields,

Holden:
-, Hen. D.,
-, Jos.,
-, Jos. D.,
-, Sarah, m. - Gibson,

Holland:
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Holles:
-, Fran., Ld. Holles,
-, John, earl of Clare, duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne,

Holloway, see Islington

Holly Village, see St. Pancras

Holtoft, John,

Holy Trinity, see London, Aldgate; Minories

Homan, Ebenezer,

Home:
-, Anne, m. John Maitland, earl of Lauderdale,
-, Mary, w. of Alex. Home, earl of Home,

Hone, Evie,

Hope, Vice-Admiral Sir Wm. Johnstone,

Horne:
-, Benj. Worthy,
-, Wm.,

Hornsey,
-, agric.,
-, allotments,
-, baths,
-, boro., arms, council,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, Brownswood Park, q.v.
-, cage,
-, Campsbourne, see Hornsey village
-, chantry,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, Clissold Park, q.v.
-, coach svces.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadow and pasture, and see Finchley common; Fortis Green; Highgate, Southwood common; Muswell Hill inclosure,
-, cross,
-, customary wks. and svces.,
-, Crouch End, q.v.
-, Crouch Hill, see Crouch End
-, detached parts:
-, northern,
-, southern,
-, drainage,
-, electricity,
-, farms and farm-hos.:
-, Ferme,
-, Manor, see Finchley
-, Rowledge,
-, Upton,
-, Ferme Park, q.v.
-, Finsbury Park, q.v.
-, fire,
-, flats,
-, Fortis Green, q.v.
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, halls and institutes,
-, highway bd.,
-, Harringay, q.v.
-, Highgate, q.v.
-, Hornsey, South, q.v.
-, Hornsey village, q.v.
-, hosps.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Campsbourne,
-, Grove Ho.,
-, Haswell Pk.,
-, Hornsey Pk.,
-, Rookfield Garden Village,
-, St. Mary's,
-, Sluice-Ho.,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, local bd.,
-, depot,
-, offices,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, Brownswood, cts., man.-ho. (Copthall),
-, Farnfields, cts.,
-, Harringay or Hornsey, cts., man.,- ho., officers,
-, High or Rote Reading, see Finchley, mans.
-, Muswell, cts., man.-ho.,
-, Topsfield (Topsfield Hall, or Broadgates), ct., man.- ho.
-, and see Tottenham, man.
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, mills,
-, Muswell Hill, q.v.
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, omnibus svces.,
-, par. officers,
-, pks., medieval, see Hornsey park
-, pks. and open spaces,
-, Priory Pk.,
-, and see Alexandra Palace; Clissold Pk.; Finsbury Pk.; Highgate, Waterlow Pk.; below,
-, woodland
-, police,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop., immigrants,
-, pounds,
-, pub. hos.,
-, rlys. and Underground rlys.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, rectors, and see Atterbury; Campbell; Cole, Wm.; Donaldson; Harrington, Rob.; Harvey, Ric.; Jeakes, J.; Lant; Sheppard, Chas.; Walter of Lond.; Westfield; Willanton
-, rectory,
-, retail trade,
-, roads, and see Archway Road; Great North Road; Green Lanes; Highgate, roads; Shepherd's Hill
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, Rom. remains,
-, schs., Sch. (later Coll.) of Art,
-, sewerage,
-, Shepherd's Hill, q.v.
-, soc. life,
-, sport,
-, Stroud Green, q.v.
-, town hall,
-, tram svces.,
-, urban dist., council, wards,
-, watch-ho.,
-, water,
-, woodland, Churchyard Bottom, Gravel Pit, Great Coldfall (formerly Colefall), Highgate, Hornsey or Brownswood, Queen's, and see Hornsey park
-, wkho.,

Hornsey, South, in Hornsey,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, gas,
-, electricity,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, local bd.,
-, pop.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, urban dist.,

Hornsey Affair,

Hornsey and Finsbury Pk. Journal,

Hornsey and Harringay Mercury,

Hornsey and Middlesex Messenger,

Hornsey and Tottenham Press,

Hornsey Gas Co.,

Hornsey Hawk Eye,

Hornsey Hornet (later Hornet),

Hornsey Housing Trust,

Hornsey Journal,

Hornsey park, in Finchley and Hornsey,
-, bishop's lodge,
-, demesne estates in,
-, gates, n, n; and see Highgate, Gatehouse
-, great pk.,
-, herbage,
-, little pk.,
-, tolls,
-, woodland,

Hornsey village, in Hornsey,
-, Campsbourne,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Brick or Tower Place,
-, Campsbourne Lodge,
-, Chestnuts,
-, Eagle Cottage,
-, Eagle Ct.,
-, Elm Cottage,
-, Elm Ho.,
-, Elms,
-, Fairfield,
-, Frieze Ho.,
-, Grove Ho.,
-, Hermiston Lodge,
-, Manor Ho.
-, Priory,
-, Rectory,
-, Rokesley Ho.,
-, Rose Cottage,
-, flats,
-, friendly socs.,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, police, coroner's ct.,
-, poor hos., Wastelands Cottages,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos., Nightingale, Three Compasses,
-, rly. sta.,
-, roads, High Street,
-, schs.,
-, sport,

horse-dealing,

horse-racing,

Horton, Silvanus,

Horwood, John,

Hounshill, Martin,

House of Mercy, see London Diocesan Penitentiary

Housman, A. E.,

Howard:
-, Chas., duke of Norfolk,
-, Hen., earl of Suffolk,
-, Ld. Hen.,
-, Sarah, ctss. of Suffolk, see Inwen
-, Thos., earl of Arundel,

Howitt:
-, Mary, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm.,

Howman, see Feckenham

Hoxton, see Shoreditch

Hoxton Itinerant Soc.,

Hubbard, Geo., architect,

Hugh of Arderne and his w. Alice,

Hugh the English,

Hulson, John,

Hunt, -, schoolmaster,

hunting,

Huntingdon, ctss. of, see Hastings, Cath.

Hurwitz, Hyman,

Hyde, Leonard,

Idle, fam.,

Imperial Gas Light and Coke Co.,

Imperial Property Investment Co.,

Ind Coope & Co.,

Independents, see Congregationalists

industrial schs.,

industry, see blacksmiths and wheel- wrights; brewing; brick-making and bldg.; carriers; charcoal; coach-bldg.; domestic svce.; electrical ind.; engineering; furniture-making; horse-dealing; motor ind.; soda water; tanning

Ingram, Thos.,

Inns of Chancery,

Inns of Court,

Inskip, see Lade

Inwen:
-, Sarah, m. Hen. Howard, earl of Suffolk, Lucius Cary, Vct. Falkland,
-, Thos.,

Ireton:
-, Hen.,
-, Sir John, ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, fam.,

Irwin, Lady Ann,

Isherwood, Thos.,

Islington,
-, Archway Road, q.v.
-, burial bd.,
-, Canonbury,
-, Highbury,
-, Highgate (part of) in, n,
-, Holloway,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, police,
-, Rom. Cathm., St. Joseph's retreat,
-, schs.,
-, Tollington,
-, Tollington Park, q.v.
-, Tufnell Park,
-, wkho.,

Ive:
-, Martha, m. Rob. Cutler,
-, Mary, m. John George,
-, Nic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Ivimey, Jos., n

Jackman, H.,

Jackson:
-, Benj. Watson,
-, J. B.,
-, Mary, m. Wm. Tash,
-, Nic. Lane,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., vicar of St. Jas., Muswell Hill, bp. of Lond.,

Jacobites,

Jakes:
-, Eliz., see Barnville
-, Thos.,

James I,

James, C. H., architect,

Janaway, T., bell-founder,

Jankyn:
-, Geo. Faulkner,
-, Revd. John,

Jaques, Chas.,

Jeakes:
-, J., rector of Hornsey, canon of St. Paul's,
-, Col. J. W.,

Jeanneret, see Le Corbusier

Jehovah's Witnesses,

Jelks, Wm.,

Jemmett:
-, Anne, m. Sir Jonathan Raymond,
-, Phil.,

Jennings:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

Jerningham, Mary,

Jersey Farm Dairies,

Jeynson, Philippa,

John, King,

John of Northampton, mayor of Lond.,

Johns, Mic.,

Johnson:
-, Bruce,
-, Humph.,
-, John Grove,
-, Nic.,
-, Rob.,
-, Dr. Sam.,
-, Mr. (fl. 1649),

Johnston:
-, Maria, see Bacon
-, Sir Wm., bt.,

Johnstone, later Pulteney, see Pulteney, Sir Wm.

Jones:
-, Ann,
-, Eliz. Anne,
-, John (fl. 1764),
-, John (fl. 1896),
-, Maria,
-, Sarah,
-, Wm. Pearce,

Jonson, Benj.,

Jordan:
-, Edw. (d. 1797),
-, Edw. (d. c. 1810),
-, Mary, m. John Geo. Graeff, sr.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Joslin (firm),

Joyce, P. O., Ltd.,

Joyner:
-, Cath.,
-, Chris. (d. 1690),
-, Chris. (fl. 1721),
-, Eliz.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1704),
-, Thos. (d. by 1721),

Juxon:
-, John,
-, Susannah, w. of Sir Wm., m. Chas. Fane, Vct. Fane,
-, Wm., bp. of Lond., abp. of Canterbury,
-, Sir Wm., bt.,