Group    From 1965 

London Borough of Haringey

Created in 1965 by the amalgamation of three former boroughs: Hornsey, Wood Green and Tottenham.

2007 - 10, Haringey Council ran its own historic plaques scheme to commemorate notable or famous local former residents.

Spelling: on creation this council chose the spelling Haringey, but it is not universally adopted by any means, and in the records Harringay is frequently used. We are as confused as anyone.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
London Borough of Haringey

Creations i

Bernie Grant

Bernie Grant 1944 - 2000, trade unionist, council leader, member of parliamen...

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Charlotte Riddell

Unveiled on International Women's Day.

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Conscientious Objectors WW1 - Haringey

Yes, there are two different (but correct) spellings of the name of the borou...

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Councillor's Walk

We've transcribed this inscription correctly and, being the pedants that we a...

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David Greig - N8

David Greig, 1865 - 1952, founder of the chain of grocers and Hornsey schools...

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Other Subjects

E. Shepherd
1 memorial
Archibald Duncan Galloway

Archibald Duncan Galloway

Commoner on the City Lands & Bridge House Estates Committee, 1994.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Peter Mandelson

Peter Mandelson

Labour politician.  Born Hampstead Garden Suburb grandson of Herbert Morrison.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Colonel Algernon Sidney

Colonel Algernon Sidney

Opponent of King Charles II.  Born Baynard's Castle.  Exiled in Rome.  Returned in 1677 and was implicated in the Rye House Plot.  Beheaded on Tower Hill.

Person, Armed Forces, Execution, Politics & Administration, Italy

1 memorial
Sir Charles Morgan

Sir Charles Morgan

In 1792 Charles Gould (1726 – 1806), lawyer and politician, married Jane Morgan and in 1792 inherited her family’s property in Tredegar, Wales. At the same time he changed his name to Morgan and wa...

Person, Politics & Administration, Property

1 memorial