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Edith Margaret Garrud 1872 - 1971 the suffragette that knew ju jitsu lived here

60 Thornhill Square, N1 1BE, London, United Kingdom

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George Orwell 1903-1950 novelist & essayist lived at 27B 1945

27B Canonbury Square, London, United Kingdom

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Headquarters of the Social Democratic Federation 1926-1937 founded by Henry Hyndman in 1884

54 Colebrooke Row, Islington, London, United Kingdom

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St. John Street Turnpike stood here c1746-1830

Spa Green Estate, St John's Street, Islington, London, United Kingdom

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George Cruikshank 1792-1878 engraver and illustrator lived here

69-71 Amwell Street, London, United Kingdom

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Coppice Row Turnpike stood near here c1750-1830

Farringdon Road, EC1, London, United Kingdom

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Here stood the house of Thomas Britton 1644-1714 The Musical Coalman

Jerusalem Passage, Clerkenwell, London, United Kingdom

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Fenner Brockway (Lord Brockway) 1888 - lived here 1908-1910

60 Myddelton Square, Islington, London, United Kingdom

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City Pesthouse Built here in open fields 1593 Used during the Great Plague 1665 Demolished 1736

Bath Street, Islington, London, United Kingdom

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Mary Wollstonecraft 1759 - 1797 Writer, teacher and feminist opened a school for girls near this site in 1784

Newington Green Primary School, Matthias Road, N16 8NP, London, United Kingdom

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Archway Toll Gate stood near here 1813-1864

1 Pauntley Street, London, United Kingdom

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Dr Jabez Bunting 1779-1858 leading Wesleyan Methodist lived here 1833-1858

30 Myddelton Square, EC1, London, United Kingdom

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Charles W. Bowerman (1851-1947) veteran of the printing trade union movement lived here 1894-1947

4 Battledean Road, N5, London, United Kingdom

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Roman camp site

141 Hungerford Road, Islington, London, United Kingdom

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London Headquarters of the African National Congress 1978–1994

28 Penton Street, Islington, London, United Kingdom

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The London home from 1970 of Benjamin Britten composer (1913-1976)

8 Halliford Street, N1, London, United Kingdom

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W. R. Sickert 1860-1942 had his school of painting & engraving here 1927-34

1 Highbury Place, N5, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Michael Sobell 1892-1993 Recognising his contribution towards this Centre for the local community

Sobell Leisure Centre, Hornsey Road, N7, London, United Kingdom

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Kenneth Williams 1926-1988 Comedy actor and writer Born in a house on this site

13-15 Bingfield Street, N1, London, United Kingdom

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John Wright MBE (1905-1991) master puppeteer founded the Little Angel Theatre here in 1961

Dogmar Passage, London, United Kingdom

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Near this site during the Peasants' Revolt 1381 Highbury Manor was burnt and destroyed

Highbury Barn Tavern, London, United Kingdom

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The Keskidee 1971-1992 Britain's first arts and cultural centre for the Black community established here

Christ Apostolic Church, Gifford Street, N1, London, United Kingdom

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In memory of Crystal Hale (1915-1999) saviour of the City Road Basin

City Road Basin (on the wall of Hanover School), N1, London, United Kingdom

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In memory of Jim Veal (1931-2006) Chairman of the Tenants & Residents Association which campaigned for the redevelopment of the Market Estate and the creation of these new homes for the local community

Jim Veal Drive, N7, London, United Kingdom

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Marie Stopes 1880-1958 opened here the Mothers' Clinic. First of its kind in Britain 1921-1925

61 Marlborough Road, N19, London, United Kingdom

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James Upjohn clock maker 1765-1794

33 St John's Lane, EC1, London, United Kingdom

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Historic Site Peacock Inn Stood here 1564-1962 London Borough of Islington

Islington High St, London, United Kingdom

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City Road Turnpike stood near here 1766-1864

112 City Road, EC1, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Alfred Cruft dog show promoter lived near here 1913 - 1938

Ashurst Lodge, Highbury Grove, N5 1HN, London, United Kingdom

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Kate Greenaway 1846-1901 children's book illustrator and artist lived here 1852 - 1873

147 Upper Street, N1 1RA, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Arthur Keith (1866–1955) anatomist, anthropologist

17 Aubert Park, Highbury, N5, London, United Kingdom

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John Kingsley Orton (Joe Orton) 1933-1967 playwright lived here 1960-1967

25 Noel Road, Islington, N1, London, United Kingdom

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In Elizabethan times a favourite spot for archery contests. Edward Lear 1812-1888 born and lived nearby in Bowman's Lodge

Bowman’s Mews, Seven Sisters Road, N7 6AA, London, United Kingdom

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James "Bronterre" O'Brien (1805-1864) democrat & chartist lived at 20 Hermes Street near this site 1863-1864

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School, Donegal Street, N1, London, United Kingdom

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Copenhagen House famous tavern & tea-garden stood here from early 17th century until 1855, Caledonian Market held here from the 1870s until 1939

The Clocktower, Market Road, Holloway, N7, London, United Kingdom

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John 'Jack' Kennedy 1935-2003 campaigner for justice lived here 1960-84

166 Drayton Park, London, United Kingdom

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James Edmondson 1857-1931 Highbury Builder Developed the surrounding streets from these premises 1894-1897

86 Highbury Park, London, United Kingdom

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Wallace Bligh Cheesman 1865-1947 founder of the Fawcett Association lived here 1926-1927

8 Highbury Grange, Highbury, N5, London, United Kingdom

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Highbury Barn famous London pleasure resort 1861-1871

Highbury Barn Tavern, Highbury Grove, N5, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Francis Ronalds 1788 - 1873 Meteorologist, inventor and pioneer of electric telegraphy Lived and worked here 1796-1813

1 Highbury Terrace, London, United Kingdom

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Nina Bawden CBE 1925-2012 Writer and Campaigner for Railway Safety Lived here 1976-2012

22 Noel Road, Islington N1, London, United Kingdom

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