Photo of Harrow On The Hill, St Mary's Church 1906

Harrow On The Hill, St Mary's Church 1906

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Memories of Harrow on the Hill

Westbourne House

I was about five or six when we moved the Westbourne House, Mount Park, Harrow on the Hill. Mount Park use to be private an there was a couple called the Morrisons who ...Read full memory

I Was Adopted From Hillside

I have no memories of Hillside as I was the baby, but would love to talk to any mothers who were there in 1962 - to 1963, or see any pictures!

Ingleby Court ,Harrow On The Hill.

This half burnt out mansion and wonderful Japanese garden holds very special memories for me.Although it had notices saying it was private and to keep ...Read full memory

Hillside Mother And Baby Home

Does anyone please have any photos or information on Hillside Mother and Baby Home 5 Roxborough Park Harrow on the Hill, around 1965/66.

A memory of Harrow on the Hill

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About this photo

Prominent for many miles, St Mary's has dominated the hill since at least the 12th century. It has always been an extremely important church as a peculiar of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Although quite heavily 'restored' by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1849, the building retains much original fabric, including glass by Kempe and Comper, and memorials by Flaxman and Scheemakers. A particularly striking monument is that by Humphrey Hopper to John North, who died in 1831, which occupies a space adjacent to the north door.