- [S27] Record BC0002, Birth certificate #0002 Margaret Elaine Macculloch, (14 June 1946), Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives., unknown repository address.
- [S53] Record BC0012 and BC0012a, Birth Certificate of Janet Ann Macculloch. 2 May 1940, Tudor House, Newington Green. 2 copies issued same day, (23 May 1940), Two copies of the birth certificate produced on the same day. D 878744 printed in block capital letters. D 878745 initial capital letters in script., Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
- [S54] Letter from Hugh Bowie Macculloch (unknown author address) to JAM, 1942-1945; Private Family Collection GF00 (unknown repository address). Listed by ME Macculloch 26 Oct 1996.
- [S57] Holidaycamp Photographer, compiler, "M0023b Photograph of Hugh Bowie Macculloch, Margaret Gertrude Hilda (Judd) Macculloch, Janet Ann Macculloch, Margaret Elaine (Macculloch) Hall."; Ancestral File (Summer 1947), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
- [S58] Alexandra Palace, General File General A007a 'View Over Hornsey 1876' Postcard. Hornsey Collection No. 4. General A007b Notes on Public Houses see Supplemental. General A007c Newspaper articles. d Start of BBC broadcasting. e article on 'Userly Friendly Muswell Hill' 20 Sep 2000 with picture of lake. (General A007: London: n.pub., General A007: 1997 visited).
- [S60] M.E.M., compiler, "O0004 Reminiscences by Mother to M.E.M."; Ancestral File (From 1997 onwards), Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives., unknown repository address.
- [S64] Hugh Bowie MACCULLOCH (10), compiler, "O0008 Reminiscences by Hugh Bowie Macculloch to Margaret Elaine (Macculloch) Hall."; Ancestral File (From about 1951 to 17 Sep 1987), unknown repository, unknown repository address.
- [S65] Multi-volumes, MC0010 and 0011 Marriage Certificate of Hugh Bowie Macculloch http://www.hornseyhistorical.org.uk/tower/home.htm
http://www.communigate.co.uk/london/fohct/page1.phtml, (27 Jun 1937), http://www.communigate.co.uk/london/fohct/page1.phtml
A view of the Three Compasses Inn, and St. Mary's, in about 1830, by George Scharf
There have been a church and a burial ground on this site probably since Saxon times. The mediaeval church, of which we have historical evidence dating back to 1291 and information about building and repair work dating to the mid 14th century, was demolished in 1831 (apart from the tower) and replaced by another which was itself demolished in 1927. On the site of the present St Mary's Infants' School, a third, larger church was completed in 1889, but soon suffered structural problems due to subsidence: this was demolished as recently as 1969.
The tower is all that remains of these structures. It was heightened in 1832, probably using some of the stone from the demolished mediaeval nave. The lower portion of the tower bears much evidence of its mediaeval origins.
The burial ground was closed to burials in the late 19th century. It was turned into a public garden in the 1950s, at which date many of the gravestones were laid flat and others removed.
, General Register Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, England.
- [S68] John Richardson, GenB0006 'The Local Historian's Encyclopedia' (New Barnet, Herts: Historical Publications Ltd, 1993).
- [S69] EE & LW Cowie, General File B0007 Bibliography: 'Environment through Photographs, The'.
Architecture for interwar houses - notes in relation to Priory Road, Hornsey. (See indivdual citations and Supplemental memo). (London: Cassell, 1974).
- [S91] MEH, compiler, "M0043 Janet Ann Macculloch #12 'This is Your Life!'"; Ancestral File (2 May 1998), Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives., unknown repository address.
- [S92] Unknown article title, M0005 Feature on Haringey, unknown location, Wednesday 21 May 1997, 17.
- [S100] Unknown article title, O0011 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10 Obituary, unknown location, Friday, 25 Sep 1987, 23.
- [S166] Unknown article title, General File P0005: Priory Park, Hornsey, London. Article 'Lark in the Park'. One of series showing '..you just how green and beautiful our borough is'., unknown location, May 1998.
- [S169] Ordnance Survey, General File L0015: 'London A-Z' (London: Geographer's A-Z Map Company Limited, 1998).
- [S171] G Agello & Sons Ltd., compiler, "A0001 C Agello & Sons Ltd receipt for Piano : Sophia Agnes (Howell) Macculloch #14"; Ancestral File (17 July 1926), Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives., unknown repository address.
- [S180] Peter Curtis, General File W0005: 'In Times Past Wood Green and Tottenham with West Green and Harringay'. 'An Illustrated Journey into More Peaceful Life Styles'. #10 et al (The Old School House, 136 Tottenham Lane, Hornsey, London N8 7EL: Hornsey Historical Society, The, 1999).
- [S197] Littlewoods, GenA0009 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10. Official Littlewoods Challenge Cup Final Arsenal v Liverpool Programme. (n.p.: Littlewoods, Sun 5 Apr 1987).
- [S215] Record DC0013, Gordon Caldwell Gemmell Macculloch Death 22 Sep 1948., (11 Oct 1948), General Register Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, England.
- [S229] Unknown name of person, Will 0018 Alfred Hugh Harry DONALD Hillatt Macculloch unknown file number, Somerset House GenS004, unknown repository address.
- [S279] Kew Public Record Office, General File P0001 PRO Records Information Sheets (Repository #17: Public Record Office, Kew, Continuous).
- [S282] Ian. b Cherry, Bridget a Murray, General File C0007 St Mary's, Hornsey. a 'The Old Parish Church of Hornsey'
b 'Hornsey Church Tower A Brief History and Guide'. (n.p.: The Friends of Hornsey Church Tower, a 1986. b 1993).
- [S285] Hornsey Historical Society, compiler, "General File P0006 Priory Road Postcard. 'Trams ran along Priory Road from 1905 till replaced in 1938 by petrol buses.'"; Ancestral File (19 Dec 1998), Hornsey Historical Society GenH003, The Old Schoolhouse, 136 Tottenham Lane, Hornsey, London, England.
- [S324] Letter from Margaret Calkin James (London Transport Museum @ Kenwood) to #1 #2 #3 #4, Before 17 Sep 1987; Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives. (unknown repository address). Also 'Country Houses of London', Kenwood House Gen/K003 English Heritage. Hampstead Lane, London, NW3. 0171 222 1234.
- [S401] Unknown volume, P0002 HB Macculloch MGH Judd Travel Documents, (1960s), Joint Passport. Descriptions and Signatures, Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
- [S564] Letter from MEH (unknown author address) to Institute of Bankers; Chartered Institute of Bankers GenO001 (London, England).
- [S632] Capt T D Manning, M0033 HB Maccullo #10 'The British Destroyer'. Research Notes HMS Valorous, with photocopies, and HMS Holderness. Also mentioned of general interest Donald Macintyre 'The Battle of the Atlantic' (1961) BT Batsford Ltd. (n.p.: Putnam, 1961).
- [S690] Unknown article title, N0023 Hugh B Macculloch #10. Newspaper reports of 'first national day celebrated in liberated Norway..' The Times., unknown location, 17 and 18 May 1945, May 17: 5. May 18:3 and 6.
- [S796] MoD Naval Historical Branch, H0003 'HMS Holderness Summary of Service 1940-1957' and 'Battle Honours' Hugh Bowie Maccculloch #10 served in this Royal Navy Destroyer during World War II (3-5 Gt Scotland Yard,Ldn,SW1A2HW: Unknown - Typescript, Jul 1976).
- [S928] Celebration Organisers, compiler, "M0006 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10. 'Programme for the Celebration of the 17th of May 1945' Norway 'HMS Valorous'"; Ancestral File (17 May 1945), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
- [S929] Joint Naval Military & Air Force Cmdrs, M0007 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10 'Allied Forces in Norway - Extracts from Standing Orders' Allied Liberation Forces Norway 1 Mar 1945 (n.p.: Allied Forces, 1 Mar 1945).
- [S1035] Www.ships.co.uk, H0017 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10 'Royal Navy Destroyers of World War Two - V & W Class fast Escort Modified. HMS Valorous L00'. (www.ships.co.uk: n.pub., 17 Aug 2000).
- [S1036] Encyclopaedia Britannica, H0018 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10 Holderness 'Encyclopaedia Britannica'. (London: n.pub., 2003).
- [S1038] The Royal Navy, M0069 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10 The Atlantic Star, The Defence Medal, The 1939-1945 Star (n.p.: n.pub., 19 Aug 2000).
- [S1301] George S Dickson, E0014 H B Macculloch #10. First Prize for Examination Christadelphian Sunday School 'My First Book of Geography.' (n.p.: n.pub., Date awarded 1921).
- [S1302] Jonathan Swift (1667-1745), E0015 H B Macculloch #10. 3rd Prize in Class II for Class Work 1923 North London Christadelphian Sunday School 'Gulliver' Travels'. (n.p.: n.pub., 1726. Awarded 1923).
- [S1303] Cecil H Bullivant, E0016 H B Macculloch #10 prize. General Proficiency LCC Barnsbury Central School 'Every Boy's Book of Hobbies'. (n.p.: n.pub., Awarded March 1924).
- [S1304] BNP, compiler, "M0072 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10 Medaille D'Honneur Du Travail
Presented with Medaille D'Honneur Du Travail, Argent, Vermeil and Or, awarded for quarante-trois annee of service by Compoir descent de Paris. Literal French translation: Silver, Red (bright/ruby), Gold, 43 years."; Ancestral File (9 Jul 1981), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
- [S1305] The Royal Navy, M0008 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10 Certificate of Service of Macculloch, Hugh Bowie in the Royal Navy. Official number C/JX344280 (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
- [S1306] The Royal Navy, M0009 HB Macculloch #10 HMS 'Royal Arthur' Handbook (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
- [S1307] Photographed in Norway, compiler, "M0010 HB Macculloch #10 Paper Photograph Wallet in Norwegian. Certificate of Posting of a Registered Packet Receipt in English addressed to Norway. Believe photographs were those taken while in the Liberation celebrations and ceremonial route."; Ancestral File Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
- [S1309] Unknown article title, M0011 HB Macculloch #10 Newspaper Norway, unknown location, 3.
- [S1310] e-mail address, M0073 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10. HMS Valorous L00 (www.: n.pub., 26 Nov 2002).
- [S1311] Unknown article title, GenP0004 Life History for Posterity Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10. 'I would like to record my life for posterity' and notes on publishing 'Golly Letters'
, unknown location, Before 17 Sep 1987.
- [S1325] BNP, compiler, "M0040 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10. Photograph of Retirement Party by professional photographer"; Ancestral File, Cropped copy from MGH Macculloch (9 Jan 1985), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
- [S1344] "The Fifth" North London Scouts, S0014a Scouting Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10. ' "The Fifth" North London Scouts 50 Years Young April 19th 1908-58, Being a brief History of "The Fifth" North London Scout Group.' S0014b Plus Emails and correspondence with Albert Pinching. (54 Grafton Way, London W.1.: Richard Madley Ltd, Recd 1 Feb 2003 from A Pinching).
- [S1345] Group Scout Leader Albert Pinching, S0015 Scouting Hugh Bowie Macculloch #10. ' "The Fifth" Ninety Years On, a Brief History of the 5th Islington Scout Group 1908-1998.' (n.p.: n.pub., Recd Albert Pinching 30 Jan 2003).
- [S1350] Letter from Mr Albert Pinching (unknown author address) to MEH; 5th North London Scout Group (unknown repository address).
- [S1556] Various, TNA0000 The National Archives UK http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ and Searchable Databases http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/searchourcollections/… (n.p.: n.pub., Various).
- [S1618] Office for National Statistics (ONS), CE 1921 British Census (Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives (TNA), 100 Years after).