The Old Dairy at Crouch Hill

…About the author John Hinshelwood lives in Harringay and was HHS Curator & Archivist, 1998-2005. John is a frequent contributor to the HHS Bulletin and spends his time researching and…

A Brief History of Crouch End

…End Four Walks, Hornsey Historical Society, 2015 Janet Owen & John Hinshelwood, A Vision of Middlesex The North Middlesex Photographic Society’s Survey & Record of Middlesex, Hornsey Historical Society, 2011,…

The Parish of Hornsey

An article by John Hinshelwood The land ownership and holdings of early manors (see The Manor and Sub-Manors of Hornsey) probably defined the borders of Hornsey Parish which contained the…

The Manor and Sub-Manor of Hornsey

An article by John Hinshelwood The Manor of Hornsey was said in 1294 to have been part of the Bishop of London’s manor of Stepney from time immemorial. The bishop…

A Brief History of Highgate

…the Crown The Extraordinary Life of Sir Roger Cholmeley, Highgate School, 2015 Janet Owen & John Hinshelwood, A Vision of Middlesex The North Middlesex Photographic Society’s Survey & Record of…

Public Local History Surgeries

John Hinshelwood is restarting the local history surgery. This is an opportunity for all members of the public, as well as members of the HHS and the Crouch End and…

The 2021 HHS Bulletin

…than 100 years ago. There is also a variety of articles from regular contributors. John Hinshelwood’s story of a local magnate Edward Grey. Peter Barber’s account (with Kenneth L. Edmondson)…

The Old Dairy, Crouch Hill

…Company and would welcome more information about the buildings, the company and the preparation of milk. John Hinshelwood Editor’s note The Friern Manor Dairy Company is often confused with the…

Hornsey in History: South of Hog’s Back

…and his wife has been found to be spurious. Research by John Hinshelwood, together with a section of carved panel saved in the 1980s from the house at the time…