Category: History

Edmonton Hundred Historical Society

The Edmonton Hundred Historical Society is a local history society representing the Edmonton Hundred area of what was Middlesex and is now North London. The area covered by The Society is shown in the 1820 map below, representing the Edmonton Hundred area as shown in the Domesday Book in 1086.

Map of Edmonton Hundred at time of Domesday Book

Hornsey Historical Society

The Society has produced many publications documenting the history of Hornsey, has been active in campaigning for the recognition and conservation of our heritage of buildings and open spaces. and is represented on the local Conservation Area Advisory Committees. It supports the work of the Friends of Hornsey Church Tower and other local conservation groups, and maintains close links with Bruce Castle Museum, and local history societies. The Society organises a regular programme of talks, visits and educational and other events.

London Historians

londonhistoriansLondon Historians was founded in August 2010 primarily to act as a facilitator which:

  • enables all those interested in London’s history to find what they’re looking for quickly and in one place
  • provides a hub for the many dozens of disparate institutions and societies and thousands of individuals, all of whom have a common interest
  • supports conservation and historical research
  • encourages both amateur and professional historians to meet and make new friends with like-minded enthusiasts

Belonging to London Historians is very much a shared experience. We can only be as strong as our membership. We hope you’ll join us for what we’d like to make a perpetual adventure, exploring the history of our amazing city.

London, Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

The Enfield Branch meets on the first Wednesday of the month in the St Paul's Centre, Enfield Town.  Non-members are charged £2 per talk.

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The Historical Association - North London Branch

The Branch meets on Tuesdays at 8pm in Jubilee Hall, Parsonage Lane, Enfield.

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