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From Ukraine to Harringay 120 years ago

Richard Rapahel (nee Zubrasky), (©Laurence Raphael, grandson) Eight years ago, I added a short post about Raphael Zubrasky, aka Raphael Z…

Started by Hugh

11 Jan 16
Reply by Hugh

Overlays of St Ann's and St John's Lodge

  I've been inspired/triggered by the development plans for St. Ann's and have done a little playing around with maps to see how the site d…

Started by anne barwick

5 Nov 11, 2022
Reply by anne barwick

Another bit of Harringay Cycling history

Just for doors up from where Claud Butler was to open, this shot from 1899 shows, what I imagine was Harringay's first cycling shop, nest t…

Started by Hugh

3 Oct 26, 2022
Reply by John Shulver

A Harringay Story - From Boys Home to Running an Elocution School

Coincidental to my responding to Henry Busiakiewicz's recent thread about house names on the Ladder, I've just discovered that apparently o…

Started by Hugh

1 Oct 12, 2022
Reply by Geraldine

Free | Copy of Hornsey Historical Society's People & Places

I've somehow ended up with two copies of this book. So, I'm offering my second copy free to a good home. It's here on the HHS website.

Started by Hugh

3 Aug 13, 2022
Reply by Hugh

St Mary's Church Hornsey ~ old Development?

This image is from a scrap book collection on ebay just now and it's a bit different from yer usual St Mary's tower images, methinks. I'm…

Started by Ken Stevens

4 Jan 3
Reply by Ken Stevens

Edward Henry Chapman of Harringay House – Harringay's City merchant ‘prince’

If you find longer items less amenable to reading online (which, though you might not think it, I certainly do), this article has been conv…

Started by Hugh

4 Jun 17, 2022
Reply by Hugh

Bob Oseman's Memories of growing up in wartime Harringay

Many thanks to Bob for sending us this set of memories of growing up in Harringay. (Attached below as pdf)

Started by Hugh

10 Jul 22, 2022
Reply by John Shulver

The Gardens at Harringay House - the place, the plants the people

If you find longer items less amenable to reading online (which, though you might not think it, I certainly do), this article has been conv…

Started by Hugh

20 Dec 5, 2022
Reply by Hugh

Harringay in Grey and Green, The Alexanders of Harringay House

William Cleverly Alexander and his family lived at Harringay House for five years between 1869 and 1873. I’ve written before about the Jame…

Started by Hugh

13 Oct 7, 2022
Reply by Hugh

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