Tottenham, Lordship Lane c.1910

Tottenham, Lordship Lane c.1910

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Memories of Tottenham

Growing Up In Tottenham

Hi All. I was born in 1941 at 1 Oulton Road (now long gone) but lived in Harringay Road at No 27 with the grandparents until we got a flat at 107 Harringay Road, 1945 ish was sent to school at what is now Chestnuts primary school. Grandad Wright used to have a horse and cart for moving peoples furnature about, I ...Read full memory

A memory of Tottenham by Norman Smith

Find Family

Born railway terrace tottenham n 17 next to railway bridge in white hart lane family cant and johnson went to st frances de sales then onto risley avenue would love to hear from anyone remembering me very hard ,but great times rose andrews thanx

A memory of Tottenham by r_schaffer

A Long Long Time Ago

We were a dyed in the wool London family, some time before World War 11, 1939, we moved from Earlsmead Road to Breamar Road off West Green Road and lived there at number 73 untill 1951, when we moved out into the country to Waltham Cross. I was born in 1945 and had two older brothers Bill and Brian some 7 and 9 years ...Read full memory

Sheringham Avenue

My Dad was born in Tottenham sheringham Avenue His Father was Maurice Redman and he worked for the local council as a bricklayer. they had three boys reg maurice and gordon.They moved down to billericay about 1929.I wondered if anyone remembers the family.vicki

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