London Borough of Haringey

Haringey Council runs its own historical plaques scheme to enable us to more easily commemorate notable or famous local former residents. Haringey’s Green Plaques Scheme is similar to the Blue Plaques Scheme run by English Heritage.
Green Plaques provide posterity for Haringey’s famous people and knowledge for local residents or anyone with a historical interest in this part of London. The idea for a local plaques scheme came from the Muswell Hill and Fortis Green Association, who provided support in setting the Scheme up in 2005. The first plaque was unveiled on 3rd October 2007.

http://www.haringey.gov.uk/index/housing_and_planning/planning-mainpage/conservation/green_plaques.htm

William Heath Robinson 1872-1944 illustrator and comic artist lived here 1913-1918

25 Southwood Avenue, Highgate, London, United Kingdom

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David Greig 1885-1952 founder of the chain of grocers and Hornsey school's benefactor lived here

32 High Street, Hornsey, N8, London, United Kingdom

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Charlotte Eliza Lawson Riddell (born Charlotte Cowan) (1832-1906)

St John's Lodge, Hanger Lane, formerly partly on the site of East Gate Lodge, St Ann's Hospital, St Ann's Road, London, United Kingdom

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Priscilla Wakefield 1751-1832

Ship Inn Yard near High Cross United Reform Church, 310 High Road, Tottenham, London, United Kingdom

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George Shadbolt (1819-1901)

Cecile House, 104 Crouch Hill, London, United Kingdom

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Coventry Kersey Dighton Patmore 1823-1896

Highwood Lodge, 85 Fortis Green, London, United Kingdom

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William Bernhardt Tegetmeier 1816-1912

101 St James's Lane, Muswell Hill, London, United Kingdom

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William Jefferies Collins 1856-1939 architect and developer lived in 'Rookfield' that once stood here

14 Cranmore Way, Muswell Hill, London, United Kingdom

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Oliver Tambo 1917-1993 President A.N.C. Adelaide Tambo 1929-2007 lived here

51 Alexandra Park Road, Muswell Hill, London, United Kingdom

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William Barlow 1845-1934 crystallographer mineralogist lived here

74 to 80 Muswell Hill Broadway, Muswell Hill, London, United Kingdom

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John Alfred Prestwich (1874-1952)

1A Lansdowne Road N17, London, United Kingdom

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Walter James MacQueen-Pope (1888-1960)

33 Etheldene Avenue, N10, London, United Kingdom

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John Eliot Howard (1807-1892)

"Lord's Meade" formerly partly on the site of 1 Lordsmead Road, N17, London, United Kingdom

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