I read with interest David Frith’s story of Grove Lodge in the September Newsletter. In that there is a mention of, ‘the tree-lined strip which is still there and called Grove Lodge Gardens’. I rediscovered this ‘strip’ or path a few years ago.
There were three large houses on the eastern side of Muswell Hill until the late 19th century – Bath House, The Grove and Grove Lodge. By far the oldest site was the one which still remains, Grove Lodge.
Hampstead Heritage Trail is one of a new series of booklets describing a 15-mile walk through London’s Northern Heights from Camden Town to Alexandra Palace.
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.
HHS Bulletin 48 includes articles about synagogues in Hornsey, the North Middlesex Photographic Society Collection at the HHS and memories of Alexandra Palace & Park.
A 40th Anniversary edition including articles about the Quakers in Muswell Hill and recollections of trade unionism in Hornsey.
HHS Bulletin 53 includes the story of Wilson’s department store in Crouch End and a celebration of the Muswell Hill Odeon.
Hornsey Historical Society Bulletin 59 contains articles with a wide chronological range, covering aspects of the history of our part of London from the Middle Ages to the present day.
The articles in HHS’s Bulletin 60 focus on the century between the ending of the First World War and the present day.
A 1972 series of Hornsey Journal articles by Ian Murray, first Chairman of Hornsey Historical Society and Haringey Council Archivist. The HHS gratefully acknowledges the kind permission of Archant/Ham and …