Person    | Male  Died 1937

Alderman John Scott Balfour

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: Scotland

Alderman John Scott Balfour

Mayor of Hornsey 1906-07 and 1912-13.

From Stones of Haringey: "Born in Cupar {Scotland} he came to London in the early 1860s and rose to become the managing director of iron merchants Croggon & Co, Upper Thames Street. He lived at 51 Mount Pleasant Villas, Stroud Green.  He was a member of the Crouch Hill Presbyterian Church.  At the time of his death in 1937 at the age of 92 he was said to be the oldest Justice of the Peace in North London ... and in his will left £100 to the Salvation Army (The Scotsman, 24 December 1937, p. 8)."

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Alderman John Scott Balfour

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Hornsey Central Hospital - foundation stone, 1907

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