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William Booth (1829 – 1912) Founder of the S.A. lived here from 1903 until his death

‘The Homestead’ 19 Crescent East, EN4, London, United Kingdom

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The world's first cash dispenser was installed here 25 years ago on June 27, 1967

Church Street, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

Site of the Independent Congregation of Chapel 1789 – 1971 John Williams 1796 – 1839 Missionary was educated here

“Florence Hayes” Recreation Ground (Park), Fore Street, N18 (By L.B. Haringey boundary), Enfield, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Wyer Hall demolished 1818 Home of the Leeke family to 1609 Then the Huxley family 1609 - 1801

On frontage of house at 8 Weir Hall Gardens N18, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

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Site of "The Bell" demolished 1963 immortalised in Cowper’s poem "John Gilpin" 1785

On building (ex Job Centre), Fore Street, N18 (between College Gardens and Cowper Road), Enfield, London, United Kingdom

Gladys Aylward 1902-1970 missionary lived here

67 Cheddington Road, N18, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Firs Hall where lived Sir James Winter Lake 1742 – 1807 Deputy Governor Of The Hudson's Bay Company Edmonton, Alberta, was named from his place of residence

335 Firs Lane, N13, London, United Kingdom

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Formerly Bush Hill House Sir Hugh Myddelton Engineer of the New River lived here

On pillar at entrance to Cunard Crescent N21, off of Bush Hill Road N21, London, United Kingdom

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Site of "The Angel" where met the Stamford Hill Green Lanes Turnpike Trust 1713 – 1826

On a building at the southern end of Angel Place N18, off of Fore Street N18 (183 Fore Street), London, United Kingdom

Myddelton House Edward Augustus Bowles 1865 – 1954 Botanist and Horticulturalist lived here

On Myddelton House, Bulls Cross, EN2 – above entrance door (Lee Valley Regional Park offices), London, United Kingdom

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William Pitt 1st Earl Of Chatham 1708 – 1778 Lived at South Lodge near this Site prior to 1754

44 Merryhills Drive N2, London, United Kingdom

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Charles and Mary Lamb lived here

Clarendon Cottage, 17 Gentlemans Row EN2, London, United Kingdom

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In a house on this site lived Benjamin Waugh when in 1884 he founded the N.S.P.C.C. "The only voice which reached him was the cry of the child"

33 The Green N14 (now Salcombe Pre School, was Bank), London, United Kingdom

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Thomas Hood 1799 – 1845 Poet & humourist Lived in Rose Cottage on this site

59 Vicars Moor Lane, N21, London, United Kingdom

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Site of "ice wells" which supplied ice to London in the 19th Century

On block of flats at Redwood Close, N14 (at end of The Vale), London, United Kingdom

Capt Frederick Marryat 1792-1848 Novelist was educated at “Holmwood” on this site

470 Baker Street N2, London, United Kingdom

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John Thomas Smith 1766 -1833 Artist and engraver lived at Myrtle Cottage on this site 1788 – 1795

314 Firs Lane, N13, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Minchenden House Home of 3rd Duke of Chandos demolished 1853

18 The Green, N14, London, United Kingdom

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John Bradshaw 1863 – 1939 Benefactor of Southgate lived in a house on this site

The Bourne N14, London, United Kingdom

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Thomas Wilde 1st Baron Truro 1782 – 1855 Lord Chancellor 1850 – 1852 Lived here

2 Kelvin Avenue, N13, London, United Kingdom

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Gerald Massey 1828 – 1907 Poet, Christian Socialist lived here 1877 - 1890

Grove Road Baptist Church Hall, 1 Grove Road, N11, London, United Kingdom

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Site of the Offices of The Edmonton Local Board Of Health 1850 – 1884

Site of former Fire Station on wall of Church Street, N9, Ladbrokes – Betting office, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

John French 1st Earl of Ypres 1852 – 1925 Field Marshal lived at the Manor House near this site 1907 - 1918

Bulls Cross, EN2, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Duchess Pond (removed 1925)

Towards the south-east corner of The Green, N14 , near to Arnos Grove N14, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

Site of the Weld Chapel Build by Sir John Weld In 1615 (replaced by Christ Church 1862)

On south wall of graveyard, Christ Church, Waterfall Road, N14 (The Green N14 end), Enfield, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Durants Arbor An ancient moated site. Home of the Wroth and Stringer families

In area of Durants Road, Durants Park and The Ride, EN3, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

Upon this site stood the village hall erected for the benefit of the Parish of Southgate 1882

151 High Street, N14, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

In 1881 this house became the first seat of local government in Southgate

40 High Street, N14, London, United Kingdom

This house was occupied by Charles Lamb September 1827 until October 1829

87 Chase Side EN2, London, United Kingdom

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On this site formerly stood the cottage in which the poet John Keats served his apprenticeship (1811 – 1815) to Thomas Hammond a surgeon of this parish

3 Keats Parade, Church Street, N9, London, United Kingdom

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Gladys Aylward 1902 – 1970 Missionary to China and a pupil of this school AYLWARD SCHOOL

Aylward School. Windmill Road, N18, London, United Kingdom

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Henrietta Cresswell 1855 – 1931 writer and artist lived here 1893 – 1899

Station Road, Winchmore Hill, N21, London, United Kingdom

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Upon this site stood the South Gate to Enfield Chase

Mallinson House, 321 Chase Road, N14, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Elsynge Hall in which stayed Edward VI and Elizabeth I as children

On excavation site, Forty Hall estate, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

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Cast iron aquaduct on the course of the New River constructed 1820 - 1821

Whitewebbs aquaduct in Whitewebbs Park, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

Mc Murdo House

8 Private Road, EN1, London, United Kingdom

"Grovelands" 1798 Designed by John Nash, Surrounding grounds laid out by Humphry Repton

Grovelands House, The Bourne, N14, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Pymmes House destroyed 1940 Dr Thomas Wilson Lord Burleigh Sir Robert Cecil Elizabethan statesman lived here

On building in the south-east corner of Pymmes Park, N18, by walled garden, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Enfield Palace 1522 – 1928 Robert Uvedale 1642 – 1722 Horticulturist Lived here 1670 - 1722

Within Pearsons shop, Church Street, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

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In a house on this site Isaac D’Israeli 1766 – 1848 Author (Father of Benjamin D’Israeli) was born Charles Cowden Clarke 1787 – 1877 Author was born and John Keats Poet was educated (The house became Enfield’s first railway station in 1849)

Enfield Town Railway Station, London, United Kingdom

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Formerly Bush Hill House. Sir Hugh Myddelton engineer of the New River lived here 1609-1613

Cunard Crescent/Bush Hill Road, N21, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins 1861-1947 Biochemist Nobel Prize Winner 1929 Lived in this house 1878/1898

Lilburn Lodge,50A The Ridgeway, Enfield, United Kingdom

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