Hornsey Wood Tavern, 25 Alexandra Villas, Finsbury Park N4

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Hornsey Wood House was pulled down in 1866, at which time the tea-gardens and grounds became absorbed into Finsbury Park. At Seven Sisters Road in 1874; and address is at 376 Seven Sisters Road by 1944. Demolished in the 2000s

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Hornsey Wood House in 1835

Hornsey Wood House in 1835

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Residents at this address.

1805, John Berkenhead, tavern and tea gardens, Hornsey Wood House/../../Holdens Directory

1851/James Stones/Victualler/43/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eleanor A Stones/Wife/35/Kensington, Middlesex/Census
1851/Edward H Stones/Son/6/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1851/James Stones/Son/5/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1851/Ann Heartnall/Mother in Law, Widow/81/Epsom, Surrey/Census
1851/Ellen Mahoney/General Servant/36/Hammersmith, Middlesex/Census
1851/Emma Helsy/General Servant/31/Walworth/Census
1851/Harriet Sanders/General Servant/24/St Marylebone/Census
1851/James Smith/General Servant/32/Beerbrook, Essex/Census

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle 28 May 1854
Jack Fishing - Notice to Anglers - The Proprietor of Hornsey Wood Tavern intends converting the Lake at the rear of the tavern, into a Jack Preserve. Notice will be given when the fish will be ut into the lake - N.B. Pleasure boats let by the hour.

Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch 18 February 1860
Rifle Practice, 300 yards range.-
At Old Hornsey Wood Tavern, Upper Holloway. The Government Inspector having pronounced and certified that the enclosed rifle ground, attached to the above tavern, is the safest and best near London, the Proprietor begs to call the attention of Gentlemen and Rifle Volunteers that the ground is now open for public and private practice.

1861/James Stones/Victualler/56/Tottenham Court road, Middlesex/Census
1861/Eleanor Annie Stones/Wife/46/Kensington, Middlesex//Census
1861/Edward Henry Stones/Son/16/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1861/James Stones/Son/15/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1861/Elizabeth Swift/Visitor/61/Romford, Essex/Census
1861/Mary Ann Murdien/Servant/38/Buckinghamshire/Census

1871/Thomas Oldis/Builder & Licensed Victualler, Widow/54/Cork, Ireland/Census
1871/Edward Charles Oldis/Son, Chemist & Druggist/18/London, Middlesex/Census
1871/Eliza Margaret Oldis/Daughter/15/London, Middlesex/Census
1871/Emily Jane Oldis/Daughter/13/London, Middlesex/Census
1871/Eliza Leonard/General Servant/54/Dublin, Ireland/Census

1874/Elizabeth Hart, Hornsey Wood Tavern, Seven Sisters road, Hornsey, N/../../Post Office Directory

1878/Urie Jas Canfor/../../../Post Office Directory

1890/H F Foale/../../../Post Office Directory

1894/Henry Francis Foale/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Frank Edward Woods/../../../Post Office Directory

1919/William Keeble/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Mrs Eliz Gannon/../../../Post Office Directory

1940/Mrs Eliz Gannon, Hornsey Wood Tavern, 376 Seven Sisters road N4/../../Post Office Directory

1944/J R Carmoody/../../../Post Office Directory

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