Lost Houses: Stapleton Hall, Stroud Green

…more detail of the history of Stapleton Hall and its ownership see John’s article in HHS Bulletin 51 (2010) which can be purchased through this website. Image credits John Hinshelwood

A Brief History of Stroud Green

…to its population. Their design and historical associations make them a special feature of the conservation area. Further reading: John Hinshelwood, Stroud Green A history and five walks, Hornsey Historical…

Hornsey Wood House – Postponed

…life as a fashionable tea house eventually becoming a sporting venue and Tavern for Londoners before the opening of Finsbury Park. About John Hinshelwood John Hinshelwood is a longstanding member…

St Mary’s Tower Memorial Boards

…panels are found In March 2002 HHS Archivist John Hinshelwood found a message on the answer phone in the Old Schoolhouse about the discovery of four oak memorial panels. He…

A Brief History of Harringay

…Reading John Hinshelwood & Stephen Rigg, Harringay A Century of Change, HarringayTraders’ Association, 2015 John Hinshelwood, How Harringay Happened, Harringay Food Festival Committee, 2011 Steven Denford, Hornsey Past, Historical Publications,…

A Brief History of Hornsey Village

…& John Hinshelwood, A Vision of Middlesex The North Middlesex Photographic Society’s Survey & Record of Middlesex, Hornsey Historical Society, 2011, 76 – 85 Janet Owen, John Farrer The Man…

John Farrer – The Man Who Changed Hornsey

…HHS in 1981 and is currently HHS Publications Manager and a member of the General Committee. Janet has written several HHS Bulletin articles and two books, one with John Hinshelwood….

Stroud Green – A History and Five Walks

By John Hinshelwood This book in a new format describes the growth and development of Stroud Green from a wet and marshy wasteland in mediaeval times to the present-day cosmopolitan…