HHS Bulletin 46 includes articles about the boundary of Hornsey parish with St. Pancras, Robert Harrington, parson of Hornsey 1560-1610 and a family story of Harringay at war.
- The boundary of Hornsey parish with St. Pancras, Malcolm Stokes
- Feet of Fines, Christopher Elrington
- Robert Harrington, parson of Hornsey 1560-1610, a man of ‘godly simplicity and singleness of hert’, Doreen Agutter
- The Barons of Coleraine and the Bruce Castle connection, Jacqueline McAlister
- Hornsey’s District Surveyor’s Returns – 1845-1852, John Hinshelwood
- Harringay at War – A Family Story, Mark Bailey
- Poached Eggs, Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce, Jeremy Buck
- Two site visits in Muswell Hill, Ken Gay
- Recording the face of Hornsey: A national context for the N.M.P.S. collection, Joan Schwitzer
Notes & Queries
- The Muswell Hill Cottage Home for Girls, Joyce Horner
- A Wood Green event recalled, Ken Gay
- Hornsey Rise Training College, Douglas Barnes
- Recollections of shopping in Muswell Hill in the 1930s, Sheila Leslie
- Wood Green Chocolatiers, Thyrza Meacock
- Clara Collet 1860-1948: An Educated Working Woman, Joan Schwitzer
- Haringey Pubs, Ken Gay
- My Hornsey of 75 Years 1929-2004, Ken Gay
- Haringey At War, Malcolm Stokes
- Gin and Hell-Fire: Henry Batchelor’s memoirs of a working-class childhood in Crouch End 1823-1837, David Winskill
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We aim to send out all items within 5-7 days but as a small Society run entirely by volunteers turnaround times may sometimes vary.
Write for the Bulletin
We welcome contributions to the Bulletin from interested authors, who do not need to be members of the Society. Articles for inclusion should be concerned with Hornsey, its residents and its history. A length of about 2-3000 words is suggested, but shorter pieces such as letters or reviews of books about local history can also be accepted.
All articles are read prior to acceptance by members of the Publications Committee, who may suggest revisions. Material should be sent by email attachment in Word format (not PDF) to the Editor, Professor Sandra Clark, who will be happy to deal with any questions about potential contributions. Illustrations are encouraged.