Index: K-Z

A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 10, Hackney. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1995.

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Karim, abp. of, see Nicholson

Kates Lane, see Northwold Rd.

Keate, Geo.,

Keates (housing est.),

-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Moses, and his w. Joanna,

Keir Hardie (housing est.),

Kelsey, Thos.,

Kelvington, Jas.,

Kempner, Jacob,

Kempner & Brandon,

Kenmure Rd.,

Kenninghall Rd.,


Kent, Geo.,

Kent, see Eltham; Herne Bay; Tonbridge; Tunbridge Wells

Kentish Bus Co.,

Kentish Homes,

Kenton Rd.,

Kenworthy (formerly Sidney) Rd.,

Kerrison, J.,

Kestrels speedway team,

Keydon, Mordecai,

Killick, Mr.,

King Edward's Rd.,

King John's Palace, see Pilgrim's ho.

King's (or Prince's) Arms P.H. (Kingsland),

King's Arms P.H. (Upper Clapton),

King's Coll., Lond.,

King's Coll. Sch. mission,

King's Cross, see St. Pancras

King's Head academy, see Homerton Coll.

King's Head P.H.,

King's Nurses' Home,

King's Place (ho. and est.), see Brooke Ho.

King's Rd., see Digby Rd.

King's Row,

Kingscroft Point (flats),

Kingsford, Revd. F.W.,

Kingsgate (housing est.),

Kingshold (formerly Percy) Street,

Kingshold (housing est.),

Kingshold man. (Knights Hospitallers' est.), and n,
-, cts.,
-, copyholds,
-, labour svces.,
-, liberties,
-, man. ho.,
-, officers,
-, and see Tyssen-Amhurst est.

Kingsland, in Hackney,
-, Amhurst hall,
-, basin (canal), q.v.
-, chs.
-, cinemas,
-, coach svces.,
-, Conduit Terr.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, ests.,
-, factories and workshops,
-, farmhos.,
-, fire sta.,
-, green,
-, growth,
-, high street, see Kingsland High Street
-, leper hosp.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, retail trade,
-, Ridley Rd. mkt., q.v.
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, Stonebridge common,
-, turnpike gates and tollho.,

Kingsland Assoc.,

Kingsland Crescent, see Kingland Rd.

Kingsland (formerly Shoreditch) basin,

Kingsland High Street,

Kingsland Place,

Kingsland Rd. (Ermine Street), pls.
-, Beauvoir Terr.,
-, bridge,
-, Kingsland Crescent,
-, mkt.,
-, Prospect Terr.,
-, Upsdell's Row,
-, Warwick Place,
-, and see Kingsland

Kingsland Row,

Kingsmead (housing est.),

Kingston-on-Thames (Surrey),

Kingston-upon-Hull (Yorks.),

Kinnoul Mansions,

Knell, Thos., vicar of Hackney,

Knight, John,

Knightland Rd.,

Knights Hospitallers (Knights of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem), and n

Knights Templars,

Knights Templars' (later Knights Hospitallers') est., see Kingshold man.; Wick man.

Kyverdale Rd.,

L.C.C., see London County Council

L.G.O.C., see London General Omnibus Co.

L.N.W.R., see London & North Western Rly.

Labour party and voters,

Lady Eleanor Holles's sch., n,

Lamb Farm est.,
-, farmho. (?'Old Lamb'),
-, ho., later Richmond Lodge, q.v.

Lamb Lane (later part of Forest Rd.),

Lamb Lane (formerly Tower Street, off Mare Street),

Lamb Lane est., see Alvares est.

Lamb P.H. (Hackney village),

Lamb P.H. (Kingsland),

Lambe, Judith,

Lambert, Edith,

Lambeth (Surr.),

Lampard Grove (formerly Grove Lane),

Lamprell-Jarrett, Peter,

Lancashire, see Preston

-, Jas.,
-, -, m. - Newell,

Lanchester & Lodge,

Land, Thos.,

Landmann, Geo. Thos.,

Langford, Wm.,

Langhorne, Revd. W.H.,

Lansdowne Drive (formerly Place, then Rd.),

Larkham, Mrs. and Mr.,

Latham, Jas.,

Latimer Ho. (flats),

Latimer, Lady, see Nevill

Latter-Day Saints,

laundries, and n

Laura Place, pl.

Lauriston Ho. (flats),

Lauriston Rd., see Grove Street

Lavender Grove East,

Lavers & Barraud,

Lawley, A.G., Baron Wenlock, rector of Hackney,

Lawrence's Buildings,

Lazarus, Reuben, bootmakers,

Lea bridge, pl. hamlet,

Lea Bridge, Leyton & Walthamstow Tramways Co.,

Lea Bridge Rd.,
-, turnpike gates and tollho.,
-, turnpike trust,

Lea Ho. (flats),

Lea river,
-, boatyards,
-, bridges, and see Lea bridge
-, canal, see Hackney (or New) cut
-, ferries, and see Jeremy's ferry; High Hill ferry; Smith's ferry
-, fisheries,
-, Horse Shoe Point,
-, ind.,
-, mills, pl.
-, pollution,
-, recreation,
-, reservoirs and filter beds,
-, wharves and docks,
-, Lea dock,
-, Middlesex wharf,
-, and see Lee Conservancy Bd.; Lee Valley Park Authority; River Lee Navigation trustees

Lea Valley laundry,

Lea View Ho. (flats),

Leabank Sq.,

leather mill,

Leather Trades sch.,

Leatherhead (Surr.),

leatherworking inds.,

Lecuona, John,

-, Baptist,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Sir John (d. 1674),
-, John (fl. 1819),
-, Sir Rob., ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Thos.,

Lee Conservancy Bd., n,

Lee Valley Park Authority,

-, Edw. (d. 1758),
-, Edw. (fl. 1772),
-, Ric.,

Leigh, Wm.,

Leigh Ho. (flats),

Leighton, Sir Thos.,

Lennox, ctss. of, see Douglas, Lady Margt.

Lennox Ho. (flats),

Lenthall (formerly Grange) Rd.,

Leny Smith's silk mill,

Lesbia Rd.,

Lesney Products,

Leswin Street,

Lewcock, R.A.,

-, Chas.,
-, Geo.,
-, Rob.,
-, Susanna, m. Sir Ric. Glyn, Bt.,
-, Sir Wm., ld. mayor of Lond.,

Leweston Place,

-, John, curate at Hackney,
-, Rob., curate at Hackney,
-, Wm.,

Leyton (Essex),
-, ind.,
-, mills, and n
-, Ruckholt est.,
-, Ruckholt mills,
-, vicar,

Leyton, Low (Essex),

Leyton Orient football club,

Leyton U.D.C.,

Liberal party and voters,

Lichfield and Coventry, bps. of, see Ryder; Sampson; Wood

Lichfield, canon of, see Wright, Rob.

Liddell, Hen., Baron Ravensworth,

Limehouse dock (formerly in Stepney),

the Limes (Shacklewell),

the Limes (Well Street), see Grove Cottage

Lincoln, prebendary of,

Lincolnshire, see Elsham

Lingwood Rd.,

Link Street (formerly New Cut, then Ball's Buildings),

Linscott Rd.,

Linthorpe Rd.,

Lion Ho.,

Liscombe, Ric.,

Lister, Jos.,

Littelton, Mr.,

Little Sisters of the Assumption,

Little Sisters of the Poor,

Livermore, Eliza,

Lizhards or Leezhards, see Clapton House est.

Lloyd (later Alderson), Chris. Alderson,

Lloyd Baker est.,

Lobb, Howard V.,

Lobel, Matthias de,

Lock, W.C.,

Lock bridge,

Lockhart, Revd. Wm.,

Lockner, W.C.,

Lockner (formerly Derby) Rd.,

Lockner Road (housing est.),

-, Conrad (d. 1826),
-, Conrad (d. 1898),
-, Geo.,

Loddiges's nursery,

Loddiges Rd.,

Loddiges Terr.,

Lomax, Ann, m. Ric. Ryder (d. by 1739),

-, Aldersgate,
-, Aldgate, see Thomas of Aldgate
-, Bethlehem hosp.,
-, Bishopsgate,
-, Charterhouse,
-, chs. and pars.:
-, St. Botolph Aldgate,
-, St. Bride, Fleet Street,
-, St. Dionis Backchurch,
-, St. Martin Outwich,
-, St. Mary Woolnoth,
-, St. Olave Hart Street,
-, citizens and merchants,
-, City:
-, Bakers' Co., almshos.,
-, City of Lond. institution, see E.
-, Lond. Union workho.
-, companies,
-, corporation,
-, ct. of aldermen,
-, Drapers' Co.,
-, Goldsmiths' Co.,
-, Grocers' Co.,
-, and see Grocers' Co. sch.
-, (ld.) mayors, see Avenon, Sir Alex.; Bamme, Adam; Bartholomew; Bolton; Bowyer, Sir Wm.; Francis, Adam; Glyn, Sir Ric.; Hayward; Lee, Sir Rob.; Lewen, Sir Wm.; Musgrove, Sir John; Philpot, Sir John; Rowe, Sir Hen. and Sir Thos.; Stodeye, John of; Vyner, Sir Thos.; Ward, Patience; Whitmore, Sir Geo.
-, Mercers' Co.,
-, Merchant Taylors' Co.,
-, Pewterers' Co.,
-, Skinners' Co., and see Skinners' Co.'s girls' sch.
-, coach svces.,
-, E. Lond. Union workho., q.v.
-, Hambro synagogue, burial ground,
-, hosp. of St. Mary without Bishopsgate (as landowners),
-, ind.,
-, Jewry Street,
-, Lady Eleanor Holles's sch., q.v.
-, Levant Co.,
-, Lond. bridge,
-, Moorgate,
-, New synagogue,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, Pinners' Hall,
-, Plasterers' Hall,
-, rly. stas.
-, St. Bart.'s hosp.,
-, St Paul's cathedral, q.v.
-, schs.,
-, Sir John Cass's sch.,
-, water supply,
-, Whitefriars glass works,

London diocese:
-, bps., n, and see Bonner; Campbell, H.C. Montgomery
-, suffragan, see How
-, as lords of Stepney and Hackney
-, man.,
-, as patrons of chs.,
-, as patrons of Hackney rectory,

London & North Western Rly. (L.N.W.R.),

London & Suburban Land & Building Co.,

London City & Midland Bank,

London City Mission,
-, Ayahs' and Amahs' Home,

London Corresponding soc.,

London County Council (L.C.C.),
-, fire,
-, hosps.,
-, as housing authy.,
-, members,
-, pks. and open spaces,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, tech. educ.,

London Electricity Board,

London Female Penitentiary,

London Fields, in Hackney,
-, Ann Tayler centre,
-, asylums,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, ests.,
-, factories,
-, flats,
-, growth,
-, ind.,
-, landholders,
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, omnibus svces.,
-, open space,
-, pub. hos.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, swimming pool,

London Fields East Side,

London General Omnibus Co. (L.G.O.C.),

London Ho.,

London Labourers' Assoc.,

London Labourers' Dwellings Co.,

London Lane,

London Orphan Asylum, pl.

London Passenger Transport Board,

London Penny Bazaar, see Marks & Spencer

London Place,

London Public Omnibus Co.,

London Rd., see Clapton Way

London school board, see School Board for Lond.

London Standard Motor Omnibus Co.,

London Transport, and see Ash Grove

London Univ., and see King's Coll.

Lordshold or Hackney man.,
-, copyholds,
-, cts.
-, customs,
-, demesne,
-, enfranchisements,
-, labour svces.,
-, lords, as patrons of ch.,
-, manorial (roadside) waste, see Hackney, common lands
-, officers,
-, and see Tyssen-Amhurst est.

Loudon, J.C.,

Love Lane, see Cecilia Rd.

-, Sir Hugh,
-, Hugh,
-, Stuart Hen.,

Lower Clapton Rd., pl.
-, Maitland Place,
-, Portland Place,

Loyal Hackney Volunteers,

Lubavitch Foundation,

Lubavitch Ho.,

Lucas, Phil.,

Lucca (Italy),

Ludski, Mrs. Clara,

Luker, Warren,

Luker, Smith & Lewis,

Lupton, John,


Luxembourg hall,

Lyme Grove (formerly St. Thomas's Passage),

Lymsey, John,

Lynmouth Rd. (formerly Grove Rd. or Place),

Lyon, Rob.,

Lyons, Eric,

M.B.W., see Metropolitan Board of Works

Mabley Green rec. ground, see Hackney Wick

Mabley Street,

Machell, John,

Mackay, John,

-, Ralph (fl. 1653),
-, Ralph (fl. 1690s),

Madras Ho. (sch.),

Magdalen Coll., Oxford,

Magpie P.H. (Mare Street),

Magpie P.H. (Hackney village),

Maitland, John,

Maitland Place, see Lower Clapton Rd.

Mallory, And.,

Mandeville Street,

-, John,
-, fam.,

Manor Ho. (Dalston),

Manor Ho. (Hackney village),

Manor Ho. (Upper Clapton Rd.),

Manor Ho. (Shacklewell), see Shacklewell: man.

Manor Place,

Manor Rd., see Holcroft Rd.

Mapledene (housing est.),

Mapledene Rd. (formerly Shrubland Grove),

Marchant, Eliz.,

Marcon Ct. (flats),

Mare Street, in Hackney,
-, Bayford industrial centre,
-, Cambridge Heath, q.v.
-, Cambridge Row,
-, Cambridge Terr.,
-, Cordwainers' coll., q.v.
-, dom. bldgs., pl.
-, Elizabeth Fry refuge,
-, ests.,
-, factories and workshops,
-, flats,
-, growth,
-, ind.,
-, Lady Eleanor Holles's sch., q.v.
-, mkt.,
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, Morley hall,
-, New Lansdowne club,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, omnibus svces.,
-, open space,
-, pond,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, St. Joseph's hospice, q.v.
-, tram svces.,
-, Warburton Place,

Marechal Ruchon, briar pipe makers,

Margaret Street, see Collent Street

Margetts, Cornelius,

Marian Ct. (flats),

Marks & Spencer (formerly London Penny Bazaar),

Marlow, Jeremiah,

Marlow Ho.,

Marlowe, fam.,

Marreys, John,

-, Anne, see Powell
-, Revd. Rob.,

-, Edw.,
-, Grace, see Parker
-, Thos. (d. 1657),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1677),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1682),
-, Thos. (fl. 1724),
-, fam.,

Marsh farm,

Marsh Hill,
-, tollho.,

Marsh Hill est., see Alvares est. (Homerton)

Marsh Lane, see Millfields Rd.

Marshall, Thos.,

Martello (formerly Tower) Street,

-, Joan, see Monger
-, Joanna,

Martin Luther, Church of,

Mary, princess (later Mary I),

-, Edgar,
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,

-, Cath.,
-, Hen. Geo.,
-, fam.,

Massie Rd.,

Matcham, Frank,

Matchbox model vehicles,

Mather, And.,

Matthew, John,

Matthews, Marmaduke, (and Wilkinson),

Maury Rd.,

Mayfield Close (housing est.),

Mayfield Rd. or Street, see Beechwood Rd.

Mayo, Dan.,

Mecca Ltd.,

Median Rd.,

-, John,
-, Thos.,

Meeson Street,

Meeting House path,

Meggs, C., boatyard,

Mehetabel Rd.,

Melbourne Ho.,

Melbourne Lodge asylum,

Mentmore (formerly Grosvenor) Terr.,

Mentmore Manufacturing Co.,

Meppershall (Beds.),

Merchant Taylors' sch.,

Mermaid inn (Hackney village), n, pls.

Mermaid (Old Mermaid) P.H. (Hackney village), east side of Church Street,

Mermaid Yard,

-, C.F.,
-, L.P.,

Metal Box factory,

metal working,

Methodists (including Wesleyans),

Metropolitan Assoc. for Improving the Dwellings of the Industrious Classes,

Metropolitan Asylums Board,

Metropolitan Board of Works (M.B.W.),
-, fire,
-, pks. and open spaces,
-, road improvements,
-, sewerage,

Metropolitan District Rly. Co.,

Metropolitan Free hosp.,

Metropolitan Gardens Assoc.,

Metropolitan Provident Medical Assoc.,

Metropolitan Tramway & Omnibus Co.,

Metropolitan turnpikes commissioners,

Metropolitan Water Board,

Meynell Crescent,

Meynell Gardens,

Meynell Rd.,

M.F.I. (furniture store),

Middle Street,

-, Harriot, see Acton
-, Sarah, m. Adm. Sir Geo. Nathaniel Broke, Bt.,
-, Sir Wm. Fowle Fowle, Bt.,
-, fam.,

Middleton Arms P.H.,

Middleton est., see Burganes est.

Middleton Rd.,

Midhurst (formerly Avenue) Rd.,

Midland Bank,

-, Chas. and his w. Sarah (fl. 1707),
-, Chas. (d. c. 1774, another),
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Mildenhall Rd.,

Mildmay, Sir Wal.,

Mile End (in Stepney), and see Hulls man.

Mile End New Town,

Mill Hill sch.,

Millfields (housing est.),

Millfields Rd. (formerly Marsh Lane, Pond Lane), pl.

-, E.D.,
-, J.R.,

Milton Ho.,

Milton Ho. Mansions,

Misselden, Edw.,

Mission of Help for the Suffering Poor,

The Missionary Reporter,

Mitchell, Ric.,

Moat Ho., see Tower Place est.

Mocatta, Rachel, m. Jos. Montefiore,

-, Bridget, see Swayne
-, Hen. (d. by 1669),
-, Joan, wid. of Wm. Martin,

Monger Ho.,

Monger's char. est.,

-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

-, John de, earl of Salisbury,
-, Maud de, ctss. of Salisbury, see Francis
-, Thos. de, earl of Salisbury, and his w.,

Montague, Baron see Pole

-, Abraham,
-, Claude,
-, Henrietta, see Rothschild
-, Jos.,
-, Moses Vita,
-, Rachel, see Mocatta

Montefiore Ct. (flats),

Montefiore Ho.,

-, Chas. Hen.,
-, Geo., rector of Hackney,

Moorhouse, Nehemiah, rector and vicar of Hackney,

Mordaunt, Lewis, Baron Mordaunt,

-, Cecily, m. Giles Heron,
-, Sir Thos.,

-, Benj., high master of St. Paul's sch.,
-, Lydia, m. Hen. Newcome,
-, Martin,
-, Sir Sam.,

Morland (housing est.),

-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,

Morley hall, see Mare Street

Morning (or Money) Lane, pl.

Morningside (housing est.),

Morpeth Rd.,

Morris, J.,

Morrison, Herb. Stanley, M.P., later Baron Morrison of Lambeth,

Morris's ferry, see High Hill ferry

Mortimer Rd.,

Mortlake (Surr.), perpetual curate of, see Cornthwaite

Mosley, Hen., rector of Hackney, bp. of Stepney,

Moss Bros.,

Moss Empire,

Mothers' Sq.,

Motor Bus Co.,

motor repairing,

motorcycle racing,

Moulins Rd.,

Mount (housing est.),

Mount Pleasant Hill,

Mount Pleasant Lane, n

Mount Pleasant P.H.,

Mountford (housing est.),

Municipal Reform party,

Murray, John, marquess of Tullibardine and later duke of Atholl,

-, John, the elder (d. 1820),
-, Sir John, Bt., ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Susannah, see Frames

Musgrove Ho. (flats),

Muslims, and see Clapton, Lower; Hackney; Shacklewell

Mutton Lane, see Westgate Street

N.L.R., see North London Rly.

Nag's Head P.H. (Mare Street),

Nalder Bros. & Thompson,

Nape, Wm.,

Narford Rd.,

'Narrow Way',

National Projectile factory,

National Soc. and National schs.,

National Trust,

Natural Method of Teaching,

Naudin, John,

Navarino Mansions,

Navarino Rd.,

Navarino Terr.,

needle making,

Neighbours, Rob.,

Neilson, fam.,

Nelme, Sam.,

Netil Ho., see Hackney Coll. (tech.)

Nevill or Neville:
-, Lucy, wid. of John Nevill, Baron Latimer,
-, Margt., m. Sir Rob. Southwell (d. 1559),
-, Ric., earl of Warwick and of Salisbury,
-, Sir Thos.,

New Cut, see Link Street

New Gravel Pit chapel, see Homerton

New Lansdowne club, see Mare Street

New River Co.,

New Testament Church of God,

Newbury Ct. (flats),

-, Revd. Benj.,
-, Hen. (d. 1756),
-, Hen. (another),
-, Peter (d. 1779),
-, Peter, vicar of Hackney,
-, Capt. Peter,
-, Ric.,
-, Sam. Prout,

Newcome's Academy or Hackney sch., pl.

Newcome Ho. (flats),

Newell, Mrs., see Lance

Newham, Mr.,

Newick Park (Suss.), rector, see Powell

Newick Rd.,

Newington, see Stoke Newington (part, in Hackney par.)

Newington Street, see Stoke Newington High Street

Newington common, see Stoke Newington common

Newington Green, nonconf. (protestant),

Newington or Stamford bridge,

Newlon housing trust,

Newman & Billing,

Newport (Essex),


Newton, Mrs.,

Nicholson, Harold Percival, abp. of Karim,

Nightingale (housing est.),

Nightingale Rd.,

Nisbet Ho. (flats),

Nisbet Street,

Nixon, Sam.,

Noble, J.,

Noble's nursery,

Nolan, Fred., asst. curate of Hackney,

nonconformity (protestant), see Agapemonites; Baptists; Brethren; Brotherhood Ch.; Catholic Apostolic Ch.; Celestial Ch. of Christ; Christian Scientists; Christian Tulipeans; Church Army; Church of the Call Out; Congregationalists; Evangelical and Reformed Ch.; Evangelical Free Ch.; First Deeper Life Ministry; Free Ch.; Free Eng. Ch.; German Lutheran Ch.; Huguenots; Jehovah's Witnesses; Latter-day Saints; Martin Luther; Methodists; New Testament Ch. of God; Pentecostalists; Presbyterians; Salvation Army; Society of Friends; Spiritualists; Unitarians; United Reformed Ch.

Norbury Ct. (flats),

Norcott Rd.,

Norfolk, see Norwich

Norfolk Ho. (flats),

Norfolk Rd., see Cecilia Rd.

-, H. Wroxton,
-, Henrietta Cath.,
-, Hen. (d. 1762),
-, Hen. (d. 1790),
-, Hen. (d. 1889),
-, Hen. Everard Du Cane,
-, Hen. Handley (d. 1804),
-, Hen. Handley (d. 1850), rector of South Hackney, and n,
-, Hester,
-, Hugh (d. 1661),
-, Hugh (d. 1693),
-, Hugh, his s.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Norris Ct. (almshos.),

Norris est., hos., and n, pl.

North Cross route,

North London Amateur Rowing Assoc.,

North London Rly. (N.L.R.),

North Metropolitan Tramways Co.,

North Street, see Northiam Street

North West London Press Group,

North Woolwich (Essex),

Northchurch (formerly Church) Rd.,

North-East Lond. Institute,

Northiam (formerly North) Street,

Northumberland, earl of, see Percy

Northumberland Mansions,

Northwold (housing est.),

Northwold Rd. (formerly Dows Lane, Kates Lane, and Brooke Street),

Norton, Ric. of, see Richard of Norton

Norwich (Norf.),

Novello, Vincent,

Nursery Place, see Well Street

Nye, Phil.,

Nye Bevan (housing est.),

Oak Field Rd.,

Ockway Ho. (offices),

Odell, Islip, n

Offer, Geo., n

office equipment makers,

-, John (d. 1658),
-, John, his s.,
-, Thos.,

Offor, Geo.,

Offspring, Mary, m. Thos. Blackall,

Ogier, Abraham,

Okey, Col. John,

Old Ford (formerly in Stepney),

Old Gravel Pit chapel, see Homerton

'Old Lamb', see Lamb Farm est.

Oldfield, Geo.,
-, rope works,

Oldhill (formerly Hill) Street,

Olinda Rd.,

Oliver, Isabel,

Ongar (Essex),

optical glass works,

Orchard Street,

Orion hall,

Orthodox Hebrew Congregations, Union of,

Osbaldeston Rd.,

Osborne Street,

Osment, Wm.,

Ossulstone hundred,
-, Tower Division,

Our Lady of the Retreat in the Cenacle, Institute of,

-, John (d. 1683),
-, John (fl. 1703),
-, John (fl. 1728), ?his s.,
-, Rebecca, see Tryon
-, Thos. Tryon,

Oxford, bp. of, see Hall

Oxford Univ., vice-chancellor of, and see Magdalen Coll.

Oxley, Wm.,

Pacifico, Emanuel,

Pacifico's almshos., see Jews


Paine, Messrs. W., and Wilson,

paint manufacturers,

Painter, Geo.,

Palace Rd.,

Palatine, count, see Frederick V

Palmer, Sam.,

Pande, Ric.,

Pangbourne, Thos.,

Panter's Farm,

paper making,


Paradise Place (later part of Chatham Place),

Paradise Row,

the Paragon,

Paragon Rd., pl.

Paragon shoe works,

Park Ho., see Spurstowe's House est.

Park Place, see De Beauvoir Town

Park Place or Rd., see Parkholme Rd.

Park Street, see Fremont Street

-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Hamond,
-, Eliz., w. of Dr. Wm.,
-, Grace, w. of Dr. Wm., m. Edw. Marsh,
-, Grace (d. 1781),
-, Dr. Wm.,
-, Wm. (d. 1728),
-, Wm. (d. 1776),

Parker omnibus svce.,

Parkes, Alex.,

Parkholme Rd. (formerly Park Place or Rd.),

Parkside (housing est.),

Paroissien, Geo., asst. curate of Hackney, rector of W. Hackney,

-, John,
-, Sam.,

Pate, Edw.,

Paxton, Sir Jos.,

Pearse, Peter,

-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Pedro Street,

Pemberton Place,

Pembroke, earl of, see Herbert

Pembroke Ho.,

Pembury Grove,

Pembury (housing est.),

Pembury Rd.,

Pembury works,

pencil making,

Penn (Bucks.),

Pennethorne, Sir Jas.,

Pennethorne Close,

Penpoll Rd.,

Penshurst Rd.,


Pepys, Sam.,

Perch Street,

Percy, Hen., earl of Northumberland, and n

Percy Rd.,

Percy Street, see Kingshold Street

Pereira, Abraham Lopez,


-, Mary,
-, Rob.,
-, Susanna,

Perwich's ho.,

Petty, Geo.,

Peyton, Sir John,

Philips, Kath.,

Phillips, Eleazer, shoemakers,

-, Edw.,
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Sir John (d. 1384), mayor of Lond.,
-, John (d. c. 1436), n
-, John (d. 1484),
-, John (d. 1502),
-, Sir John (fl. 1634),
-, Margt., see Stodeye
-, Margt., m. John at Hale,
-, Sir Peter,
-, Thos. (fl. 1389),
-, Thos. (d. 1586),

piano making,

Pickbourne, Jas.,

Pickering, Thos.,

Picton, J.A.,

Pigwell or Pitwell brook,

Pilgrim, Abel,

Pilgrim's ho. (later King John's Palace),

Pilgrims' Lodge almshos.,

Pilkington, Wm.,

Pincey Rd., see Daubeney Rd.

-, Joanna, see Keeling
-, John,

Pinheiro, Gabriel Lopes,

Pink, H.A.S., rector of Hackney,

Pinter, Harold,

Piss Pot Hall,

Pitcairn Ho. (flats),

Pite, A.R.,

-, Cecil,
-, Mr.,


-, Edw., earl of Salisbury,
-, Geo., duke of Clarence and earl of Salisbury,
-, Margt., ctss. of Salisbury, m. Sir Ric. Pole,

plastics ind.,

Platignum Ho. (factory),

-, Sir Thos.,
-, Lady,

Pleasant Place,

Pleasant Row,

Plews, Miss E.,

Plough Lane,

Plough P.H.,

Plumridge, Geo.,

-, Hen., Baron Montague,
-, Margt., ctss. of Salisbury, see Plantagenet

Polikoff, Alf.,

Polikoff's clothing firm,

Pond Farm (housing est.),

Pond Ho., pl.

Pond Lane, see Millfields Rd.

Ponsford (formerly Bridge) Street,

-, Matt.,
-, Valentine,

Poole Rd.,

Poole's char. est.,

Poplar (formerly in Stepney),

porcelain manufacturing,

Portland Ave.,
-, tram depot,

Portland Mansions,

Portland Place, see Lower Clapton Rd.

Potter, Chas.,

Potter Bros.,

Potts, Jas.,

Pouget, Fras.,

powder mill,

-, Anne, m. Revd. Rob. Marriott,
-, Art.,
-, Baden (d. 1802),
-, Baden (d. 1844),
-, Revd. Baden (d. 1860),
-, David (d. 1784),
-, David (d. 1810),
-, Revd. Geo.,
-, Hester, m. Baden Powell (d. 1844),
-, Jas. (fl. 1718),
-, Jas. (fl. 1765),
-, Jas. (d. 1824), and n,
-, Jas. (d. 1840),
-, Revd. Jas. Cotton,
-, Jas. David,
-, Jas., & Sons, stained glass makers,
-, Joshua,
-, Laetitia,
-, Maria,
-, Rob., Baron Baden-Powell (d. 1941),
-, Revd. Thos. Baden, rector of Newick,
-, fam.,

Powell Ho. (flats),

Powell Rd.,

Pownall, Geo.,

Pratt, Wm., and his w. Jane,

Pratt's Lane, see Glyn Rd.


Preston (Lancs.),

Price, Dr. Ric.,

Prideaux Ho. (flats),

Priestley, Jos., n,

Priestley Close (housing est.),

Primrose Omnibus Co.,

Prince, Hen. Jas.,

Prince of Wales P.H.,

Prince Street,

Prince's nursery,

Princes Risborough (Bucks.),


printing ink making,

Prior, Thos.,

the Priory,

Priory Ct. (flats),

Progressive party,

Prospect Row, see Shacklewell

Prospect Terr., see Kingsland Rd.

Prout Rd.,

Providence Place,

Providence Row (Dalston),

Providence Row, see Grove Street

-, A.W.N.,
-, E.W.,

Pulley, Chas. Horton,

-, Edw. Hen.,
-, F.W.,

Purnell, W.,

Queensbridge (formerly Queen's) Rd.,
-, Hope Cottages,

Quested Ct. (formerly Buildings) (flats),

Radley, V., boatyard,

ragged schs.,

Ralph de Burgham,

-, And., and Eleanor his w.,
-, Anne, w. of Steph., n
-, Steph.,

Ramsay, David,

Rance, John,

Ranking, Mrs.,

Ravenscroft Point (flats),

Ravensdale Rd.,

Ravensworth, Baron, see Liddell

Reading Lane,

Rectory Rd.,

Red Cow P.H.,

Red Lion P.H. (Cambridge Heath),

Red Lion P.H. (Kingsland),

Red Path,

Redmond, Wm.,

Redruth Rd.,

Redwald Rd.,

-, And.,
-, Sir Chas., M.P.,

-, Abraham,
-, C.G.F.,
-, Dr. Geo.,

Reeves & Sons' colour works,

Regent Ct. (flats),

Regent's canal,
-, wharves,
-, and see Kingsland basin

Regent's Canal Co.,

Regnart, Chas.,

Reighton Rd.,

Reilly, H.C.,

Rendlesham Rd.,

Retreat Place,

-, Cecil,
-, Revd. Fras. Wm. (d. 1878),
-, Sam. (d. 1794),
-, Sam. (d. 1822),
-, Thos. (d. 1787),
-, Thos. (d. 1856),
-, Thos. Wm. (d. 1885),
-, Wm. (d. 1769),
-, Wm. (d. 1843),
-, Wm. Art. (d. 1856),
-, fam., n,

Rhodes (housing est.),

Ribstone (formerly Thomas) Street,

Ribstone Ho. (flats),

Ricardo, David,

Rich, Rob., Baron Rich and earl of Warwick,

Richard atte Grove,

Richard of Hastings,

Richard of Norton,
-, his w., see Borewell

-, Revd. Geo.,
-, Mary,
-, Thos.,
-, W.,

Richards's nursery,

Richardson, Thos.,

Richmond (Surr.),

Richmond Ct. (flats),

Richmond Lodge,

Richmond Place,

Richmond Rd.,

Richmond Terr.,

Richmond Villas,


Ridley Rd.,
-, mkt.,

Rio Centre,

Risley, Sir John,

Risley Ho. (flats),

Ritson (formerly Alma) Rd.,

ritualism and High Church practices,

-, Chas.,
-, fam.,

River Lee Navigation trustees, and see Lea river

Roach, Revd. Ric., rector of Hackney,

Road Car Co.,

Robert of Wick (fl. c. 1180),

Robert of Wick (fl. c. 1232),

Roberts, Mary,

-, Hen.,
-, J.T.,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Robinson's Retreat (almshos.), pl.

Robinson's Row,

Robson, Nehemiah,

Rockmead Rd.,

Roger the sheriff,

Rogerson, Miss,

Rolfe, Revd. John,

Roman Catholicism,
-, schs.,
-, and see Charity, Fathers of (Rosminians) and Irish Sisters of; Faithful Companions of Jesus; Jesus, Soc. of; Little Sisters of the Assumption; Little Sisters of the Poor; Our Lady of the Retreat in the Cenacle; Sacred Hearts; St. Camillus; Servite Sisters; Ursulines of Jesus

Rooker, Revd. W.Y.,

Rookwood Ct. (flats),

Rookwood Rd.,
-, depot (Stamford Hill garage),

rope making,

Rose, Matthew, & Sons, pl.

Rose P.H.,

Roseberry Place,

Rosemary Branch P.H.,

Rosina Street,

Ross, John,

Ross's nursery,

Rossendale (formerly Conduit) Street,

Rossington (formerly Wood) Street,

Rothery, Miss J.,

-, Henrietta, m. Abraham Montefiore,
-, Nathan Meyer,

Roubiliac, Louis F.,

Roumieu, R.L.,

Roumieu & Gough, n

-, Sir Hen. (d. 1612), ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1661),
-, Hen. (d. 1670),
-, Hen. (fl. 1685-1711),
-, John Wm.,
-, Col. Owen,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1570), ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1612),
-, fam.,

Rowe chapel, see Hackney, chs.

Rowhill Mansions,

Rowhill Rd.,


-, Hen. Wm.,
-, Hervey,
-, Thos.,

Royal Berkshire Regiment, 5th (Hackney) Battalion,

Royal Wanstead sch.,

rubber making,

Ruckholt mills, see Leyton

rugby football,

Rumbal, John,

Rumbolds or Cobhams man. (in Stepney and Hackney),

Rupert, Prince,

Rushmore Rd.,

Russell, Sir Chas., M.P., later Baron Russell of Killowen,

Ruston, Dr. Thos.,

Rutland Rd.,

-, Ann, see Lomax
-, Dudley, f. of Ric.,
-, Sir Dudley (d. 1756),
-, Dudley, earl of Harrowby,
-, Edw.,
-, Granville Dudley,
-, Lieut. Harry Lefevre, and his wid. Frances Eliz.,
-, Hen., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry,
-, Canon Hen. Dudley,
-, Hen. Dudley,
-, Lomax,
-, Mary Emma,
-, Nathaniel, Baron Harrowby,
-, Ric. (d. 1733),
-, Ric. (d. by 1739), his s.,
-, Ric. (d. 1832),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Ryder est.,
-, ho., see Upton Ho.

Ryder Place,

Rye, Miss S.,

S.B.L., see School Board for Lond.

Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Sisters of the,

-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Sir Ralph,

Safeways Stores,

St. Agnes Close,

St. Albans, archdeacon of,

St. Andrew's Mansions,

St. Augustine of Hippo, community of,

St. Camillus, order of,

St. Francis, Anglican Sisters of,

St. James's Terr., see Clapton, Lower

St. James's Vicarage,

St. James's Villas,

St. John's Church Rd.,

St. John's Coll., Cambridge, master of,

St. John's Institute (Sutton Ho.),

St. John's Mansions,

St. John's Place,

St. Joseph's hospice,

St. Leonard's hosp.,

St. Luke's, Old Street,

St. Margaret, Sisters of,

St. Marylebone,

St. Mary's home for mothers and babies,

St. Pancras, and n,
-, King's Cross smallpox hosp.,

St. Pancras, Marylebone and Paddington Freehold Land Soc.,

St. Paul's cathedral, Lond.:
-, canons, and see Sanders; Shelford; Watson, J.J.
-, dean, see Worsley
-, precentor,

St. Paul's sch., see Morland, Benj.

St. Peter's Rd.,

St. Philip's Rd.,

St. Scholastica's Retreat (later home),

St. Thomas's hosp. (as landowners),

St. Thomas's hosp. est., see Shoreditch Place

St. Thomas's Passage, see Lyme Grove

St. Thomas's Place,

St. Thomas's Rd., see Ainsworth Rd.

St. Thomas's Sq.,

Salisbury, earls of, see Montagu; Neville; Plantagenet

Salisbury Rd.,

Salladine, John,

-, Mrs. (?Eliz. w. of Thos.),
-, Thos. (d. 1672),
-, Revd. Thos., his s.,

Salomons, Israel Levin,

Salvation Army,
-, National H.Q. of Women's Social Work,

Salvation Army Mothers' hosp.,

Sampson, Ric., rector of Hackney, bp. of Chichester and of Lichfield and Coventry,

Samuel Lewis trust,

Samuel Lewis Trust Dwellings,

Samyne, John,

Sanctuary Housing Assoc., see World of Property Housing Trust

Sanders, Revd. E.A.B.,

Sandringham (formerly Church) Rd.,

-, Anne,
-, Hen.,

Sanford Hill, see Stamford Hill

Sanford Lane,

Sanford Place,

Sanford Terr.,

Sanford Walk,

Sanford's cottages,

Sapsworth Ho.,

-, Jas., Baron de Saumarez,
-, Jane, Lady de Saumarez, see Broke

Saunders, Thos.,

Savage, Jas.,

Savill, A.,

Savoy, hosp. of the,

saw mill,

Schomberg, Meyer,

Schonfield, Rabbi V.,

School Board for Lond. (S.B.L.),

-, Freiherr Bruno von,
-, Baron von, later Sir John, Bt.,

Scotland farm,

-, Geo.,
-, J.W.,
-, John,
-, T.,
-, Thos., of Hackney,
-, Thos., of Shoreditch,

sculptors, carvers, and artists, see Anderson; Brooks, Jas.; Carew, J.E.; Earp; Gibbons, Grinling; Nixon; Regnart; Roubiliac; Skidmore; Soward; Webb, Chris.

Seal Street,

-, Lieut. Harry,
-, Hen.,
-, Marian,

Sedgwick Street,

Sell, Thos.,

Senior, Thos.,

Servite Sisters,

Seven Stars P.H.,

Sexey, Hugh,

Seymour, Isabella,

Shacklewell, in Hackney,
-, ch., pl.
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, factories and workshops,
-, flats, pl.
-, Foskett Terr.,
-, Godfrey's Row,
-, green,
-, growth,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, man., see Shacklewell man.
-, mkt. gdns. and nurseries,
-, mission,
-, Muslims,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, ponds and spring,
-, pop.,
-, Prospect Row,
-, pub. hos.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, watchho.,
-, water,

Shacklewell man., man. hos. (Manor Ho.), pl.

Shacklewell Ho. (flats),

Shacklewell Lane,

Shacklewell Rd. (housing est.),

Shacklewell Rd. (formerly Wellington Place, then Rd.),

Shacklewell Row,

Shadwell (formerly in Stepney),

Shadwell, Thos.,

Sharon Gardens,

Sharpe, Messrs., needle makers,

Sheep Lane, see Westgate Street

Sheldon, Gilb., vicar of Hackney, canon of Gloucester, abp. of Canterbury,

Sheldrick, Rob.,

Shelford, Revd. L.E.,

Shephard, Jas.,

Shepheard & Epstein,

-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. Wm.,

Shepherd's lane,

Sherwin-Williams, paint makers,

Shillitoe, John,

Ship P.H. (two of that name),

Shoobert or Shuport, John,

Shoobert's nursery,


Shore, Jane,

Shore Ho. (late 18th-cent.), and see Shoreditch Place

Shore (housing est.),

Shore Place (ho.), see Shoreditch Place est.: man. ho.

Shore Place (rd.), see Shore Rd.

Shore Rd. (formerly Shore Place), and n

-, Eliz., see Tey
-, Eliz.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir John of (d. 1345), and his w. Ellen,
-, John, s. of Nic.,
-, John (fl. 1422),
-, Nic. of,
-, Rob.,
-, fam., n

-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, ests.,
-, growth,
-, Haggerston, q.v.
-, Hoxton, q.v.
-, ind.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pop.,
-, retail trade,
-, St. Leonard's hosp., q.v.
-, schs., and n
-, soc. life,
-, turnpike gate,
-, workho.,

Shoreditch Ho., see Shoreditch Place

Shoreditch housing assoc.,

Shoreditch Place (St. Thomas's hosp.'s) est., or 'Ingilroweshold', n,
-, De la Grave or Grove ho. (man. ho.), later Shoreditch Ho., Shore Place or Ho., n; pl.

Shoulder of Mutton (later Cat and Mutton) P.H.,

Shrubland Cottage,

Shrubland Grove, see Mapledene Rd.

Shrubland Rd.,
-, Dalston garage,


Shuttleworth's hotel,

Sidney Ho. (also called Wick Ho.), n,

Sidney Rd., see Kenworthy Rd.

Sidworth Street,

Siemens Bros.,

Sigdon Rd.,


Sikes, John,

Silesia Buildings (factories),

Silesia orphanage,

Silk Mill Row,

silk mills,


Silva, Moses,

-, Dr. (later Sir) John,
-, John, his s.,

Simmonds, Hen.,

Simpson, Simeon,

Simpsons' factory,

Sinclair, Mr.,

Sion Ho.,

Sir John Cass Foundation, and see Cass est.

Sir John Cass tech. institute, see South Hackney tech. institute

Skidmore, F.A & Co.,

Skingle, Rob.,

Skinners' Co.'s girls' sch., and n,

Skipworth Rd.,


-, Anne, see Spurstowe
-, Wm.,

Slack, Wm.,

Slater, Hannah,

Smalley Rd. (housing est.),

smalt mill,

Smirke, Sir Rob.,

-, Alf.,
-, Edw.,
-, John, nurseryman,
-, John, of Hammersmith,
-, John Pye,
-, Leny,
-, Leny Deighton,
-, Phil.,
-, Thos.,
-, W.H., & Sons,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, Mrs.,

Smith's ferry,

Smiths' nursery, and see Luker, Smith & Lewis

Smyth, Geo.,

Smyth-Pigott, John Hugh,

Snewin, S.P.,

snuff mill, see tobacco

Social Democrat party,

Society of Arts,

Society of Friends (Quakers),

Solomon, Lewis,

Somerford (housing est.),

Somerford Grove,

Somerset, see Bruton; Compton Durville; Spaxton; Taunton

Sommer, Jas. van,

-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

South, Ric.,

South Cross route,

South Hackney par.,
-, almshos. (Norris's),
-, chars.,
-, char. sch.,
-, chs., pl.
-, churchyard,
-, ch. rates,
-, rector, see Norris
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, vestry,
-, and see Grove Street; Well Street

South Hackney tech. institute (later Sir John Cass's Hackney institute),

South Mimms,

Southend (Essex),

Southgate Rd.,

Southwark, see St. Thomas's hosp.

-, Margt, see Neville
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1514),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1559),

Southwell, bp. of,

Southwold Rd.,

Southwold Rd. (housing est.),

Soward, John,

Spackman, Jos.,

Spackman's Buildings,

Spalding, Myers & Attenbrow,

Spaxton (Som.),

Spear, Fras.,

Speldhurst Rd.,

Spendlove, John, rector of Hackney,

-, Dan.,
-, Dan.'s works, pl.
-, Geo.,
-, Geo., & Co.,

Spiller, Jas.,


Spitalfields, see Hackney and Spitalfields Exhibition Foundation

Spitalfields trust,

Sportown clothing firm,

sports and recreations:
-, sports centres and grounds,
-, and see amateur dramatics; angling; archery; athletics; ballooning; bicycling; boating; bowling; boxing and prize fighting; bullbaiting; cricket; fishing; football; greyhound racing; gymnastics; horse racing; ice-skating; motorcycle racing; riding; rowing; rugby football; shooting; shuffleboard; skittles; tennis; trap ball

Spring Hill, pl.

Spring Hill Ho.,

Spring Lane, pl.

Springfield Cottage,

Springfield est.,

Springfield Ho.,

Springfield marina,

Springfield pk.,

Springfield (rd.) (formerly Spring Place),

-, Anne, m. Wm. Skrine,
-, Hen., alderman,
-, Hen., his s., n
-, Dr. Wm., vicar of Hackney,

Spurstowe Rd.,

Spurstowe Terr.,

Spurstowe's almshos.,

Spurstowe's char. est., n,

Spurstowe's House est., ho. (Park Ho.),

stained glass artists and makers, see Burlison & Grylls; CachemailleDay; Comper; Crane, Wal.; Heaton, Butler & Bayne; Holder; Lavers & Barraud; Powell, Jas., & Sons; Spear, Fras.; Wailes

Stainforth Ho.,

Stamford Grove East,

Stamford Grove Mansions,

Stamford Grove West,

Stamford Hill (Sanford or Saundfordhill), in Hackney,
-, chs.,
-, cinema,
-, coach svces.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, ests.,
-, flats,
-, gibbet,
-, growth,
-, inclosures of waste,
-, Jews, pl.
-, libr.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, offices,
-, pond,
-, pub. hos.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, reservoir,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, tram svces.,
-, turnpike gate and tollho.,
-, turnpike trust,
-, workshops,

Stamford Hill (housing est.),

Stamford Hill Mansions (flats),

Stamford Lodge (flats),

Stamford Mansions,

Stamford Rd.,

Stamford Terr., see Belfast Rd.

Stanhope, Chas., earl of Harrington,

Stanley Rd.,

Stannard Rd. (formerly Albion Grove),

Stanton Ct. (flats),

Stapleton, A.,

Steere, Edw., bp. of Zanzibar,

Steigenberger, see Berger

Stephens, Wm.,

Stephens, T.B., department store,

-, Bethnal Green, q.v.
-, ests., and see Hulls; Rumbolds
-, hosps.,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, Limehouse dock. q.v.
-, man.,
-, cts.,
-, Mile End, q.v.
-, Old Ford, q.v.
-, poor,
-, Poplar, q.v.
-, schs.,
-, Shadwell, q.v.
-, Whitechapel, q.v.

Stepney, bp. of, see Mosley

Stern, David,

Sterrett, J.E.,

-, Peter,
-, Phil.,

Stockmar (formerly Albion) Rd.,

-, John of, mayor of Lond.,
-, Margt., w. of John Birlingham, m. 2 Sir John Philpot (d. 1384), Adam Bamme,

Stoke Newington (part, in Hackney par.),
-, chs.,
-, common, see Stoke Newington common
-, Cooke's Rents (almshos.), see West Hackney
-, dispensary,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, ests.,
-, fire sta.,
-, flats, pl.
-, growth,
-, high street, see Stoke Newington High Street
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, pond,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, tram svces.,
-, West Hackney almshos.,
-, workshops,
-, and see Stoke Newington par.; West Hackney

Stoke Newington par.,
-, chs.,
-, cinemas, n
-, coach svces.,
-, growth,
-, housing,
-, ind.,
-, Jews,
-, local govt.,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos., n
-, rectory est.,
-, schs.,

Stoke Newington common (formerly Cockhanger green),
-, common pasture,
-, inclosures, n

Stoke Newington High Street (formerly Newington Street),
-, Coronation Row,
-, Webb's Yard,

Stoke Newington Improved Dwellings Syndicate,

Stoke Newington Rd.,
-, Prospect Terr.,

Stokes, Rob., vicar of Hackney,

Stoll, Sir Oswald,

Stone, Jas.,

Stonebridge common, see Kingsland

Stoneham (formerly Winslade) Rd.,

Story, Miss,

Stratford Bow,

Stratford (Essex),

Stratton, Sam.,

-, Alf.,
-, Jas.,

Strype, John,

Studley Close (flats),

Stukeley, Wm.,

Suburban Villa and Village Assoc.,


Summit (housing est.),

Summit Ho., (another), n

Sun P.H. (Hackney village), n

Sun P.H. (Stoke Newington), n

Sundridge Ho. (flats),

Sureties, Jos.,

Sureties's or Gigney's farm,

Surrey, and see Clapham; Crystal Palace; Kingston-on- Thames; Lambeth; Leatherhead; Mortlake; Richmond; Vauxhall; Woolwich

Surrey Ho.,

Sussex, and see E. Grinstead; Horsham; Newick Park

Sutton, Thos.,

Sutton Ho., and see St. John's Institute

Sutton House soc.,

Sutton Lodge,

Sutton Place,

Swaine, Wm.,

Swan Lane,

Swan (formerly White Swan) P.H. (Clapton Common),

Swan P.H. (Kingsland Rd.),

Swan P.H. (three in Mare Street),

-, Bridget, m. Hen. Monger,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. (d. 1649), his neph.,

Swears & Wells,

-, Eliz.,
-, Martha,
-, Mary,

Swinnerton Rd.,

Swinnerton Street,

Sylvester Ho. (flats),

Sylvester Path,

Sylvester Rd.,

-, Jelinger, asst. curate of Hackney and min. of Stamford Hill chapel, and n, and n
-, Jelinger Cookson, n


tar works,

Tarring, J., & Son,

Taunton (Som.),

Taylor, John, the 'water poet',

Tebbutt, Thos.,


'Templars' ho.', n; pl.

Templars' mills, see Temple Mills

Temple Mills,
-, bridge,
-, ind.,
-, mills,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, tollgate,

Templecombe Rd.,



Terrace Lodge,


Territorial Army,

Tesco Stores,

Tey (or Taye):
-, Eliz., m. Geo. Shoreditch,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Thames Water Authority,

Theatrical Journal,

Thelluson, Peter,

Thistlewaite Rd.,

Thomas, vicar of Hackney, n

Thomas of Aldgate,

Thomas of Wickham, vicar of Hackney, n

Thomas Street, see Ribstone Street

-, Geo.,
-, Jos.,
-, Kath.,
-, Wm.,

Thornbury Park (ho.),

Thornhill Point (flats),

-, Susannah, see Fremeaux
-, Thos.,

Three Blackbirds inn,

Three Colts P.H.,

Three Compasses P.H.,

Three Cranes inn,

Three Tuns P.H.,

Throckmorton, Raphael,

-, Jas.,
-, Mr.,

-, Jas.,
-, John,

Tidy, Chas. Meymott,

Tillesley, Ric.,

timber ind.,

timber merchants,

To, Fred.,

tobacco and snuff mills,

tobacco pipe making,

Toc H hostel,

Tombs, Eliz.,

Tomlins, Sam., lecturer at Hackney,

Tonbridge (Kent),

-, chs., n,
-, coach svces.,
-, ests.,
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, rly. sta.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, turnpike gate,

Tottenham Rd.,

Tower Ct. (flats),

Tower Hamlets, Lond. boro.,

Tower Hamlets Artillery Volunteers,

Tower Hamlets coll. of further educ.,

Tower Hamlets commissioners of sewers,

Tower Hamlets militia,

Tower Hamlets Volunteer Rifles,

Tower Place est.,
-, hos.,
-, Moat Ho.,

Tower Street, see Lamb Lane

Tower Street, see Martello Street

-, Chas.,
-, Geo., asst. curate of Hackney,

Tradesmen's Rowing Club Assoc.,

Trafalgar Place,

-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Sigismund,

Tranby Place,

trap ball,

Travis Perkins,

Trebor Sharps,

Trehurst Rd.,

Trehurst Street,

Trelawney (housing est.),

Trelawney Rd.,

Trent, W.E. and W.S.,

Tresham Walk (formerly Ave.),

Treswell, Ralph,

Tre-Wint industrial home,

the Triangle,
-, open space,

Triangle Ho., see Hackney Coll. (tech.)

Trowbridge (housing est.),

Truman, John,

-, Eliz., m. Ric Wilkinson,
-, Rebecca, m. John Owen,
-, Thos.,

Tryon's Place, and see Tudor Rd.

Tryon's Terr., and see Tudor Rd.

Tuck, Wm. Fred.,

Tucker, S.J. and W.J.,

-, Ant.,
-, Jonathan,

Tudor Rd. (formerly Tryon's Place and Tryon's Terr.),

Tuke, Dr.,

Tullibardine, marquess of, see Murray

Tunbridge Wells (Kent),

-, C.H., bp. of Islington,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., farmer (fl. 1812),
-, Wm., builder (fl. 1867),

Turner & Sons,

Turnpike inn or tavern,

Two Black Boys P.H.,

Twyford, West, n

Tyer & Co.,

Tyndale Ct. (flats),

-, Fras. (d. 1699),
-, Fras. (d. 1710),
-, Fras. (d. 1717),
-, Fras. (d. 1813),
-, Fras. John (d. 1781),
-, Fras. John (d. 1814),
-, John,
-, John, his s.,
-, Mary, m. Ric. Benyon,
-, Mary, m. John Amhurst,
-, Rachel, see de Beauvoir
-, Sam. (d. 1747 or 1748),
-, Sam. (d. 1800),
-, Sam. (d. 1845),
-, Sarah, wid. of Sam. (d. 1747 or 1748),
-, Sarah, dau. of Ric. Boddicott, m. Sam. Tyssen (d. 1800),
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n, n,
-, and see Daniel-Tyssen; Tyssen-Amhurst; Tyssen-Amherst

Tyssen Arms P.H.,

Tyssen Rd.,

Tyssen Street,

Tyssen-Amherst, Mary Rothes Margt., Baroness Amherst of Hackney, m. Lord Wm. Cecil,

-, (later Tyssen-Amherst) Wm. Amhurst, Baron Amherst of Hackney,
-, fam.,

Tyssen-Amhurst est. and trustees,

Ufton Grove,

Union Street or Rd., see Hollar Rd.


United Dairies,

United Reformed Church,

United States of America, and see Adams

Universal (International) Holdings,

Upper Clapton Rd.,
-, Buccleuch Terr.,
-, Summit Place,

Upper Homerton (rd.),

-, Peter,
-, Thos.,

Upsdell's Row, see Kingsland Rd.

Upton Ho.,

Ursulines of Jesus,

Urswick, Chris., rector of Hackney and dean of Windsor, n,

Urswick Rd.,

Utton Ct. (flats),

Valentine Rd.,

Valette Buildings (flats),

Valette Street,

Valley Ho. (flats),

Vane, Sir Hen.,

Vanguard Co.,

Vanner Point (flats),

-, Cornelius,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

varnish making,

Vartry Rd. (Tottenham),

-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Wm., Baron Vaux of Harrowden,

Vauxhall (Surr.),

Venus Pencil Co.,

Ver, see William de Ver

Verdon's boatyard,

-, Edw. de, earl of Oxford,
-, Eliz. de, ctss. of Oxford,

Victoria Grove,

Victoria Park Rd.,

Victoria Pk.,
-, bathing,
-, growth,
-, lodges,
-, sports grounds,

Victoria Rd.,

Victoria Street,

Victory works,

Village Itinerancy or Evangelical Assoc. for the Propagation of the Gospel,

Vine Cottage,

volunteers, see Co. of Lond. Regt.; Essex Rifle Volunteers; Loyal Hackney Volunteers; Royal Berks. Regt.; Tower Hamlets Artillery Volunteers; Tower Hamlets militia; Tower Hamlets Volunteer Rifles

Vote, Jas. Kent,

-, Sir Geo., Bt.,
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1665), ld. mayor, of Lond.,
-, Thos. (d. 1666 or 1667),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1683),

Vyner Ct.,

Vyner (formerly John) Street,

Vyners' est.,

Wadmore, Jas.,

Waifs and Strays Soc.,

Wailes, W.,

-, Edw.,
-, Gilb.,

Wakelyn Ho. (flats),

Wales, Geo.,

Walker, Mrs. and Miss,

Wallace, John Bruce,

Wallis, Mrs.,

Walthamstow (Essex),

War, Dept. of,

-, Dr. John,
-, Sister Kate,
-, Thos.,

Warburton Ho. (flats),

Warburton Place, see Mare Street

Warburton Rd.,

Warburton Sq.,

-, John,
-, Patience, ld. mayor of Lond.,

Ward's ho., pl.

Wardell, W.W., n

Wardle (formerly Albert or Belshaw) Street,

Ware, John,

Waredraper, Thos.,

Warne, W.A.,

Warneford Street,

Warren, Sir Ralph,

Warwick, earls of, see Greville; Neville; Rich

Warwick Ct. (flats),

Warwick Grove (formerly Rd.),

Warwick Ho.,

Warwick Place, see Kingsland Rd.

Wase, Chris.,

Water Gruel Row,

Water Lane,

watercress beds,

Waterloo Terr., see Well Street

Watermint Quay (hos.),


Wates Ltd.,

Watford (Herts.),
-, vicar, see Woodcock

Watkinson, E.,

-, J.J., vicar and rector of Hackney, n, his w.,
-, Joshua, and n, n,
-, Thos.,

-, John (fl. 1660),
-, John (fl. 1713),
-, Thos.,

Wayman Ct. (flats),

Weaver's Arms P.H.,

-, Anne,
-, Chris.,
-, Eliz.,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Chapman, Bt.,
-, Hen.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1750),
-, Wm. (fl. 1845),

Webb (est.),

-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Weeks, Chas.,

Welbury (formerly Blomfield) Street,

Weld, fam., n

Welford, fam.,

Well Street, in Hackney,
-, burial ground,
-, bus garage,
-, chs., and see South Hackney
-, common field (also called Hackney common),
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, ests.,
-, farm,
-, growth,
-, housing ests.,
-, ind.,
-, mkt.,
-, mkt. gdns.,
-, Monger's almshos.,
-, pl.
-, nonconf. (protestant),
-, Nursery Place,
-, pop.,
-, poverty,
-, pub. hos.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads
-, schs.,
-, slum clearance,
-, Waterloo Terr.,
-, workshops,
-, and see South Hackney

Wellington Place or Rd., see Shacklewell Rd.

Wellington Street, see Arcola Street

Wells, Giles, and Mary his wid.,

Welshpool Ho. (flats),

Welshpool Street,


Wenlock, Baron, see Lawley

-, Henrietta Maria, Baroness Wentworth,
-, Philadelphia, see Cary
-, Thos., Baron Wentworth (d. 1551),
-, Thos., earl of Cleveland,
-, Thos., Baron Wentworth (d. 1665),
-, fam.,
-, as patrons of Hackney rectory,

Wesley, John,

Wesleyans, see Methodists

West Bank,

West Hackney par.,
-, almshos. (formerly Cooke's Rents, afterwards W. Hackney Ho.),
-, chars.,
-, chs., pls.
-, ch. rates,
-, chyd.,
-, rectors, see Campbell, H.C. Montgomery; Easthaugh; Hugo; Paroissien
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, vestry,

West Hackney Ho., see W. Hackney, almshos.

West Ham (Essex),

West Ho.,

West Lodge,

West Springfield (ho.),

West Street, see Elsdale Street

Westcliff-on-Sea (Essex), n

Westgate Street (formerly Sheep, or Mutton, Lane),

-, Covent Garden theatre,
-, Oxford Street,
-, St. Anne's, Soho,
-, St. James's, pub. hos.,
-, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, vicar of,
-, Strand,
-, West End theatres,
-, York (later Lancaster) Ho.,

Weston, John Webbe,

Weston Ho. (flats),

Wetherell Rd.,

Wheeler, E.P.,

-, David,
-, E.M.,

-, Esther, wid. of Steph.,
-, Hen.,
-, Sir Steph. (d. 1678),
-, Steph. (d. 1681),
-, Thos., of Middle Temple,
-, Thos., his s.,
-, Wm.,

White Hart P.H. (Clapton),

White Hart P.H. (Hackney village),

White Hart P.H. (Kingsland),

White Hart P.H. (Temple Mills),

White Ho. (Brooksby's Walk),

White Ho. (Hackney village),

White Ho. (Hackney Wick), pl.

White House P.H.,

White Lion P.H.,

White Lodge,

White Swan P.H., see Swan P.H. (Clapton Common)

Whitechapel (formerly in Stepney),
-, Jews,
-, nonconf. (protestant),

Whitefield, Geo.,

-, Sir Geo., ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Wm. (d. 1593),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1634),
-, Wm. (d. 1678),
-, Wm. (d. 1684),

Whitmore Rd.,

Wick, see Robert of Wick

Wick Hall,

Wick Ho. (Kenworthy Rd.), see Sidney Ho.

Wick Lane,

Wick Lane bridge,

Wick man.,
-, ho.,
-, Manor Farm,
-, Wick tenement,
-, the Wick, Hackney Wick Ho., or Wick Ho.,

Wick Rd.,

Wick Street,

Wickenden, Geo.,

Wickham, see Thomas of Wickham

Wickstead, Thos.,

Wigan Ho. (housing est.),

Wigginton, W.,

Wilkes, John,

-, Eliz., see Tryon
-, Geo. Horatio,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Matthews

Willerby & Co.,

-, Revd. Edw.,
-, Fras.,

Willey, John,

William de Ver,

William I,

William of Hastings,

-, Geo.,
-, J. De Kewer, and n
-, Sir Owen,
-, Thos. Geo.,
-, Dr. Wal. Davis,

Williams Holdings,

Willington Ct. (flats),

Willis, Jacob,

Willoughby, John, vicar of Hackney,

Willow Walk,

Wilman Grove,

Wilmot, Anna,

Wilton (housing est.),

Wilton Way (formerly Rd.),

Winch, Mrs.,

Winchester, bp. of, see Hoadly

Windsor, dean of, see Urswick

Windsor Rd., see Berkshire Rd.

Windus, Art.,

Windus Rd. (formerly Birdcage Walk then Chapel Rd.),

Winslade Rd., see Stoneham Rd.

Wise, Fred.,

Withers, Edw.,

-, Anne,
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1671),
-, Mary, m. - Cranmer,
-, Thos. (d. 1649),
-, Thos., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry,
-, fam.,

Wood's almshos., see Clapton, Lower

Woodard, Revd. Nathaniel,

-, Edw.,
-, Edw., his s., vicar of Watford,
-, Hannah,

Woodfield, John, n

Woodfield Ho. (flats),

Woodford (Essex),

Woodland Mansions,

Woodland Street,

Woodlands (ho.),

Woodruff, G.R.,

Woods and Forests, commissioners of,

woodworking inds.,

Woolley, Hannah,

Woolmer Ho. (flats),

Woolpack Ho. (flats),

Woolpack inn,

Woolwich (Surr.),

Woolworth, F.W., & Co.,

Worcester, bp. of, see Cobham

Works and Public Buildings, office of,

World of Property Housing Trust (later Sanctuary Housing Assoc.),

-, Wm., dean of St. Paul's,
-, Mr.,

Worthington, John,

Wowen, Jane wid. of John,

Wren's Park (ho.), n

Wren's Park Ho. (flats),

-, John,
-, Rob., rector and vicar of Hackney, canon of Lichfield, rector of Downham,
-, Thos.,

writers, see Allen, John; Aubrey; Bonnycastle; Bulwer- Lytton; Creevey; Curwen; Defoe; Dickens; Dod; Evelyn; Fiennes; Hawkins, Sir Ant. Hope; Hoadly, Benj. (d. 1757) and John; Keate; Pepys; Shadwell; Smith, Phil. and Sir Wm.; Wycherley

Wycherley, Wm.,

Wyke, Nic. atte,

Wyke (housing est.),

Wyles, Emma Maria,

Wylson & Long,

Wyvell, Sir Marmaduke,

Xylonite Co.,

Yates, Chas. Fisher, mayor of Hackney,

Yeomans, Miss,


York, abp. of, see Booth

-, Jos., Baron Dover,
-, Phil., earl of Hardwicke,
-, fam.,

Yorke, Rosenberg & Mardall,

Yorkshire, see Kingston-upon-Hull

-, Wm.,
-, Misses,


Zanzibar, bp. of, see Steere

Zouche, Edw. la, Baron Zouche,