Survey of London Monograph 12, Cromwell House, Highgate. Originally published by Guild & School of Handicraft, London, 1926.
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A list of the owner-occupiers of Cromwell House, Highgate, from Elizabethan times to the present day, compiled principally from the entries in the Court Rolls of the Manor of Hornsey—
|1658.||Anne Sprignell (widow of (Sir) Richard).|
|1661.||Sir Robert Sprignell and Anne his wife.|
|1669.||Sir Thomas Hooke.|
|1676.||Alvares (or Alvaro) da Costa.|
|1716.||Anthony, Joseph and John da Costa.|
|1718.||John surrenders his part.|
|1729.||Joseph surrenders his part.|
|1747.||Abraham da Costa.|
Sir John Thompson.
Dame Catharine Thompson (widow of Sir John).
|1766.||William St. Quintin who surrenders at once to Thomas Saunders (of Highgate).|
|1821.||Richard Cumberledge (Cumberlege) Ware.|
|(fn. 1) 1824.||Thomas Hurst.|
|(fn. 1) 1833.||Richard Nixon.|
|(fn. 1) 1840.||Thomas Bedgood (Bedggood).|
|(fn. 1) 1862.||Jane Russell.|
|Present owners and occupiers :—|
|1924.||The Mothercraft Training Society.|
Note.—It was in 1868 that the house was first leased to the Hospital for Sick Children.