Copyright Hatfield Local History Society.  March 2016

Hatfield Local History Society


HATFIELD LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY NEWSLETTERS


INDEX


No. 1 June 1990           No.2 October 1990        No. 3 December 1990

No. 4 Easter 1991         No. 5 Autumn 1991       No. 6 Spring 1992

No. 7 Summer 1992       No. 8 December 1992    No. 9 April 1993

No.10 August 1993        No.11 December 1993   No.12 March 1994

No.13 June 1994           No.14 September 1994  No.15 December 1994

No.16 March 1995         No.17 June 1995          No.18 September 1995

No.19 December 1995    No.20 March 1996        No.21 June 1996

No.22 September 1996   No.23 December 1996   No.24 March 1997

No.25 June 1997           No.26 September 1997  No.27 December 1997

No.28 March 1998         No.29 June 1998          No.30 September 1998

No.31 December 1998    No.32 March 1999        No.33 June 1999

No.34 September 1999   No.35 December 1999   No.36 March 2000

No.37 June 2000           No.38 September 2000  No.39 December 2000

No.40 March 2001         No.41 June 2001          No.42 September 2001

No.43 December 2001    No.44 March 2002        No.45 June 2002

No.46 September 2002   No.47 December 2002   No.48 March 2003

No.49 June 2003           No.50 September 2003  No.51 December 2003

No.52 March 2004         No.53 June 2004          No.54 September 2004

No.55 December 2004    No.56 May 2005           No.57 June 2005

No.58 September 2005   No.59 December 2005   No.60 March 2006

No.61 June 2006           No.62 September 2006  No.63 December 2006

No.64 March 2007         No.65 June 2007          No.66 September 2007

No.67 December 2007    No.68 March 2008        No.69 June 2008

No.70 September 2008   No.71 December 2008   No.72 March 2009

No.73 June 2009           No.74 September 2009  No.75 December 2009

No.76 March 2010         No.77 June 2010          No.78 September 2010

No.79 December 2010    No.80 March 2011        No.81 June 2011

No.82 September 2011   No.83 December 2011   No.84 March 2012

No.85 June 2012           No.86 September 2012  No.87 December 2012

No.88 March 2013         No.89 June 2013          No.90 September 2013

No.91 December 2013    No.92 March 2014        No.93 June 2014

No.94 September 2014   No.95 December 2014   No.96 March 2015

No.97 June 2015           No.98 September 2015  No.99 December 2015

No.100 March 2016       No.101 June 2016         No.102 September 2016

No.103 December 2016  No.104 March 2017       No.105 June 2017

No.106 September 2017 No.107 December 2017  No.108 March 2018

No.109 June 2018


Note: References are to newsletter issue no. followed by (allotted) page numbers, each issue taken as beginning with page 1.

The Supplements to Newsletters 34 and 56 are indexed as pages 5, 6 and 7.

Inserts to newsletters starting with no. 74 are indexed just as ins.

Page references are given in the form: issue.page(s).

The newsletter issue no. is followed by a stop; page numbers in that issue are separated by commas; newsletter references are separated by semi-colons. Thus – 40.2; 44.1, 3; 51.2-3; 76.ins

would indicate page 2 of newsletter 40, pages 1 and 3 of newsletter 44, pages 2 to 3 of newsletter 51 and the insert to newsletter 76.

References in italics indicate illustrations.

Article titles are given “in quotes”, under the names of the authors.

Book titles are listed in italics, under the names of the authors if given/known, or under the book titles.

Major headings appear in boldface.

Names of HTC/HLHS committee members are listed only for first or significant references.

Abbreviations used:

CM for committee member DH for de Havilland Aircraft Company

exh for exhibition HLHS Hatfield Local History Society

HPC Hatfield Parish Council HTC Hatfield This Century L letter

WWI World War I WWII World War II. 2


AA Box 62.4, 4

A.T.A. Women (Air Transport Auxiliary Women) 66.3

A1 (Old North Road) 65.3

see also Barnet By-Pass

A1 Dairies 103.4

A1M motorway 63.3

tunnel 6.2

A414 road 7.2

Abbey National 34.3; 66.4

Aboukir, HMS 83.ins, ins

Acland, Col 100.4

Adams, Fred 10.2

death 30.2

L 23.2

Adams, Linda 50.2

Adamson, Sarah 76.ins

Adcock, J.F.L. 59.3

Adderly, Charles Bowyer (Lord Norton) 109.3

Adey & Whites 80.2, 3

Aerodrome, Hatfield

Air Races Event 1951 83.3-4, 4

“Greyhound racing and Speedway at de Havilland Aerodrome” 85.4-5

Hatfield Aerodrome 81.3

map 81.3

navigation beacon 62.2, 2, 3; 63.1; 78.1; 83.4, 4; 85.4; 91.1

squash courts 104.ins

swimming pool 89.ins; 104.ins, ins

see also de Havilland Aircraft Company

Aerofilms 89.ins

Affinity Water 93.1

Agate, Sue 23.1

Agent Zig-Zag (Macintyre) 64.4

Air Cadets 102.1

Air Ministry 72.3; 78.4; 93.2

Air Race, Comet, England-Australia 54.3; 55.1

anniversary 70.1

display 56.3

Air Races Event 1951 83.3-4, 4

air raid shelters 42.2; 64.2

in schools 40.2; 68.3, 107.8

Air Training Corps 15.2

Air Transport Auxiliary Women 66.3

Airfield Pub 56.4

Aitken, Maria

A Girdle Round the Earth: Women Travellers and Adventurers 68.1

Alban Way 82.1; 90.4; 96.8; 98.1

Guided Walk 98.ins

improvement plans 96.8

Albion Terrace / Villas / Flint Cottages 56.4; 105.2

Aldershot Command 69.2

Alexandra, Queen 55.3

Alexandra House School 59.3-4

poem about 70.4

Sports Programme 61.4

Alice, Princess of Greece 109.3

Allan, J. 45.1

Allen, Dan

talk 79.ins

Allen, Horace F.C. 53.3

Allen, Mike

talk 99.5; 100.5 3


Allen, William 73.3

allotments

Briars Lane 40.2

French Horn Lane 34.3

Glebeland 34.5

Mill Green 5.2

Roe Green 21.2

almanac, 18th c. 108.3-4, 4

Altham Court 34.2; 74.4; 75.1-2

Alwood, Ros

talk 511.4

Amaravati, Buddhist Monastery 71,2

Amateur Historian 50.2

Ambridge, Sidney 31.2

American War of Independence 73.3

Ames, Stan 100.7

Ampthill Army Training 102.2

anagrams 13.1; 14.1

Andrews (draper) 46.2

Andrews, Mrs (shopkeeper, Newtown) 45.4

Andrews, Rachel

L 74.4

Angel, Mildred May 80.ins

Angel, William (criminal c. 1849) 73.3

Angell, W. (of Pond Hill, c.1918) 93.4

Angerland Common 78.3

Anjou, Francis, Duke of 81.2

Ansell, James 73.3

Antiques Roadshow 78.4, 4

Antrobus, Rev. Jocelyn 63.2-3

“Some memories of Bishop's Hatfield” 47.3

Antrobus Jewellers 109.3

Antrohan, Mary 81.1

archaeology

Astwick Manor 106.4

DH airfield 106.4

Essendon 13.1

Harpsfield 54.4, 89.4, 4

Howe Dell School playing field 87.1

see also Hatfield and District Archaeological Society

Archer, James 73.4

Archer, William 73.3

Architectural Review 11.2

Archive Awareness Campaign 66.1

Argent, Rod 95.4

Arlington Securities 38.1

Army see British Army

Arris, Edward 46.3; 48.2

Art Deco 75.1; 80.4

Artist's Impression, An (Lawrence) 39.2; 40.1; 49.3

Ascots farmhouse 103.3

Ascots Lane 30.2; 75.3

ASDA 4.1; 90.2

Ashley Court 51.2; 102.4

Ashworth, Mary 79.4, 4

Asquith, 1st Earl of 100.2

Astwick Farm 34.5; 42.1; 46.2’79.2

Astwick Manor 38.1; 59.2; 69.4; 79.1, 2; 80.2

archaeological finds 106.4

DH Apprentices Training School 21.2

Astwick Manor Farm 109.2

Atkinson, Councillor 59.2 4


Attridge, Mike 87.ins

Attwood, Thomas 73.3

Auld, Jock 96.3

Austen, Jane

Pride and Prejudice 107.2

Austin, Archibald 28.1; 29.2

Austin, Douglas 109.2

Austin, George 95.ins, ins

Austin, Jonas 51.3

Austin, Vincent (of HPC) 101.2

Austin, Pte Vincent J. 59.3; 101.2

Austin's (hairdressers) 66.2; 67.3

Australia 73.3

Air Race, England-Australia 54.3; 55.1

anniversary 70.1

display 56.3

DH tests 75.4

place-names 73.3, 4

transportation to 73.3

Aviation Forum 83.4

Aviation Heritage Centre 53.3

Axford, Jessie

talk 32.1

Ayling, James 98.4

Ayton, Capt. M. 59.3

B

Back Street (Church Street) 22.2; 38.2; 61.3; 84.ins

Bacon, Jim 85.5

Baden Powell, Lord Robert 100.1, 3, 4

Scouting for Boys 100.1, 3

Badger Wood 104.4

Badham, Lew 83.2; 90.4

BAe see British Aerospace

Bahadur Shah Zafar 97.2-3, 3

Bailey, Catherine and David (of Great Nast Hyde) 51.1; 60.3

Bailey, Jocelyn

“Hatfield Street Name Signs” 105.4

Bailey, Joseph (transported, 1844) 73.3

Bailey, Steve 77.4

Baird, Bill 27.2

Baker, R. (architect) 13.2

Bakers Arms public house 64.3; 91.3

Ballance, Dr Alaric 57.2

ballet classes 103.1; 106.2

Balley, Eric

“Hyde Farm” 42.2

Balniel, Lord, MP 43.2

Bamford, Tom 49.2

bands 77.4; 82.1; 99.7-8

Boys Brigade 85.2, ins

at Breaks Youth Club 83.1-2

Cheetas 99.7

Hatfield Town Band 63.2; 85.2, ins

Luton 43.2

“Music and Planes” 56.3; 79.ins

Vincents 99.7

Banfield, Frank 96.8

banking 12.2; 48.1; 66.3

see also names of banks

Barbaraville 75.3

barbers 38.2 5


see also Moore, Charlie; Taylor, H.R.

Barclay, John 92.3

Barclay's Bank 12.2; 28.1; 65.4, 4; 66.4

Barker, Anne (née Ashby) 39.2

Barker, Mr (carpenter) 42.2

Barker family 42.2

Barley Mow Lane 75.3; 83.2

Barley Mow pub 94.4

Barn Theatre 100.5, 5; 101.ins

Barnes, Andrew 105.2

Barnes, Frederick George 65.3

Barnes, J. 86.3

Barnes, Nick 105.1

Barnes, Nina (Justina Aileen) 105.1-2, 2

Barnes, Spencer 86.3, 3; 105.2

Barnes Wood House 100.4

Barnet 108.3

Hadley Wood 108.1

Barnet & District Gas and Water Company 23.2

Barnet, Mrs (Bush Hall Hospital staff) 58.2

Barnet By-Pass (A1; A555) 9.2; 10.1, 2; 11.1; 41.1; 47.1; 63.3; 96.4 ; 107.3

bridge 23.1-2, 23.1

Comet Way 23.1

construction 62.3

flats 34.2

junction 42.2

in WWI 42.2

Barnet Water Co 19.1

Barnfield 79.1

barrage balloons 57.ins

barrel organ 42.1

Barton, Reg 45.3

Batterdale 34.3, 4; 38.1; 48.4; 108.ins

18th c. 108.4

Militia 69.2

Batterdale House 69.2

Battle of Britain 100.7; 104.2; 105.ins

Event 2015 99.6, 6

Beach, Dennis 73.2

beacons

DH / London Aeroplane Club navigation 62.2, 2, 3; 63.1; 78.1; 85.4; 91.1

return to Hatfield 83.4, 4

radio 80.4

Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of 5.2; 15.2

Beaconsfield Road / Terrace 5.2; 37.2; 49.3; 54.4; 57.4; 67.2; 96.5

name 15.2

Bean, Pte Percy Frederick 91.ins

Beck, Gordon 75.4

Beckerson, John 66.1

talk 67.4; 69.1

Becket, Pamela 58.2

Beckwith, Isabel

“Nostalgia” poem 53.4

Bedford

Hertfordshire Militia in 69.2

Bedford, Duke of (1799) 76.3

Bedfordshire Regiment

memorials 32.2

Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire (Herts and Beds) Regiment 56.3; 102.2

Bedwell Park Essendon 9.2

Beech Cottage 76.4; 77.3; 78.2; 79.1; 104.4

beer 107.4 6


Dragon's Blood ale 81.4

Entire beer 91.3-4

Entire Butt Porter 99.6

Hatfield Brewery 99.6; 102.1

Pryor Reid Brewery 91.3-4; 93.1; 99.6; 102.1

Belcher, Charlie 99.7

Bell, Harry 77.3

Bell, Hazel 93.ins

“Hatfield in Fiction” 107.2-4

Bell, John 67.3

Bell, William 88.2

Bell Bar

brickworks 19.2

Farm 69.3

Bell Inn 73.4

Bellringer Street (Richardson) 107.3-4

Bellringers, Hatfield 30.1; 31.2; 32.1; 95.ins, ins; 96.ins

bells 17.1

bicycle 21.2

Burmese 71.2

Roe Green 21.2

school 8.2; 9.2

St Etheldreda's 96.1-2, 2

St Michael and All Angels Church, Birchwood 71.2

Belmont Cottages 4.1; 89.4

Belsen Concentration Camp 75.2

Bennet, George W. 9.1;

“Growing up in Hatfield Before 1945” 12.1-2; 39.2

L 27.1

Bennett, Elizabeth 58.1, 3, 4

Bennett, Joyce 76.1

Bennett, Mrs (at Bush Hall) 58.3, 4

Bennett, T.W.M. 87.4

Bennie, A. 45.2

Benskins Brewery 5.2; 12.2; 66.4; 78.3; 81.4; 97.2, 3; 109.4

Hertford 11.1

of Watford 44.4; 45.4; 77.3; 80.2; 91.2

Benson, E.F. 86.3

Benson, Ivy 76.4

Bentley Priory Museum 104.ins; 105.ins, ins

Beresford, Jill 79.2; 81.3

Berry's (newsagent) 106.2-3, 3

Bevens, Roger 88.3-4

Bidwell, Denis 56.4

Bigby, Paul 45.2

Bigg, Joseph 45.4; 46.3

Bigg, Mary 47.3; 67.3

Bigge, Sybil Constance 70.2

Bilby Towers 99.1

Bilton, David 73.4

Bilton, Mrs (fl. 1878) 68.3

Bingo Hall 74.1, 2

Birch, Daniel 28.1

Birchwood 15.1; 78.ins; 99.2

barbers 38.2

Church Hall 103.1

Lone Star factory 31.2

Methodist Church 50.2; 70.2

Millennium Loop 43.3, 4

booklet 44.4

1950s 103.1-2

railway bridge 90.4 7


St Michael and All Angels Church 15.1

bell 71.2

exhibition 70.2

Birchwood Avenue Primary School 34.2

Birchwood Estate 80.4

Birchwood Residents Association 43.3; 44.4

Bird, Jane 90.3

Bird, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2

Bird, Rev. John Cox 90.3

Bird, Rev. Samuel 18.2

Birtles, Phillip 30.1; 33.1

de Havilland Heritage: A History of the Mosquito Aircraft Museum (Birtles) 27.2

letter from, “Old DH buildings” 53.3

talk 32.1; 33.1

Bishop, Eva 51.2

Bishop, Pte Henry W. 91.ins

Bishop, Polly

talk 43.4

Bishop, Ronald 72.2-3; 93.3

Bishop, Sidney 50.2

Bishop's Hatfield Girls' School 77.ins; 79.4

Bishops Hatfield Parish Magazines see Parish Magazines

Bishop's Palace see Old Palace

Bishop's Rise 105.2; 105.4

Bisset, Anna 43.4

Blackditch 26.1

Blacksmith's Mead 30.2

blacksmiths 44.1; 56.3; 63.4

Blake, John 73.3

Blakeley, Alice 14.2

Blanks, Beryl

“Girl Guides Centenary” 77.2

Bleak House, Ellenbrook 60.3

Bletchley Park 73.3; 100.7

Bligh, George and John 80.2

Bligh, Henry 57.3

blizzard, 1925 62.1

Blow, G. Percival 87.ins

Blue Plaques

Burgess family 81.ins

project 69.4; 70.1

Bluebell Wood 100.2

Bluntstone, Colin (singer) 88.3; 95.4

Blunt, Elizabeth 61.3

Boar and Castle pub 35.1; 45.1; 64.3; 76.4; 80.2-4, 3

Boeing 104.1-2

Boer War 30.2; 81.2

bombs 37.2; 56.6; 75.3

found, 61.2

1940 on DH 27.2; 29.1; 40.2; 53.3; 57.4; 61.2; 71.1.4; 107.7

1944 flying bomb 13.2; 35.2; 45.3; 49.3; 57.4; 58.3; 67.2; 68.4; 71.3; 76.3

“rabbit holing” 61.2

bonfires

navigation 62.2

1935, Silver Jubilee 45.4

V.E. Day 56.6

Bonus, Charles 85.6

BOOM TIME Hatfield 1950s & 1960s 26.2; 34.2

Booth, A. 30.2

Bosanquet, B.J.T. 43.3

Bosanquet, George Jacob 43.3

Boswell, Mary 58.2 8


Boteler, Sir Francis 47.3; 50.2

Boteler, Ralph 47.3; 50.2

Boteler Charity 47.3

Bourne, John (Jehu) 105.2

Bovington Tank Museum 7.1; 9.2; 101.4

Bowen, Elizabeth

To The North 107.3

Bowes-Lyon, T. 76.3

Box Factory 28.2; 66.3; 103.2

Boxmoor 71.2

Boys Brigade Band 85.2, ins

Bozier, Maureen and Dennis 106.3

Bracey, Isaac 73.3

Bradshaws (brewers) 19.1; 79.4; 91.2

Bradshaws, South Hatfield 79.4

Brain, Dennis 34.5

Brain Close 34.5

Bramble Road 45.1; 60.3

Brandon, Ken 78.2, 3

Brandon, Olive 78.3

Bray, Arthur 21.2

Breaks Manor 82.1, 1; 94.4

and Technical College 30.1-2

Breaks Youth Club (The Breaks) 63.3; 82.1; 83.1; 94.4; 103.2; 107.ins

60th anniversary 82.1; 83.1-2, 2

Brewer, Dr 69.3

Brewery Hill 48.1; 66.2; 95.4

Brewery History Journal 91.3

brewing 45.3-4

see also names of breweries

Briant, John 96.1

Briars Lane 40.2

chalk mines 60.1, 2; 61.2; 89.1-3; 100.3

subsidence 59.2

Bricket House Hospital 60.4

brickmaking 19.2; 44.4; 50.3

Brickwall Farm 50.4

Bridgens, John 71.1, 4

bridges, railway 66.2; 103.3

Barnet By-Pass 23.1-2, 23.1

Birchwood 90.4

Ellenbrook 103.3

Fiddle Bridge 42.4

Howe Dell 104.4, 4

Red Lion 57.ins; 67.2; 71.3

Briggs, H.K. 59.3

Briggs, Josiah 85.6

Bright, Fred 61.3

Brindle, Daisy

death 99.4

Brindle, Jon 72.1; 93.4; 95.3; 99.4; 101.1

award 102.ins

“Bunchley's Pond” 76.2-3

“Confessions of a Telephone Engineer at BAe” 94.3-4

“The Golf Course” 81.3-4

“Growing up in South Hatfield 1063-66” 104.3-4

“Miss Violet Godfrey” 73.2

Brine, Cyril 85.4

Brine, Percy 85.4, 5

Brinkley, Susannah 73.3

Brinley, David 73.3

Bristlebank, Clara 88.2 9


Britain from Above website 89.ins

British Aerospace (BAe / B.Ae.) 4.1; 14.2; 20.2; 25.2; 34.1

Aeronautical Society 29.1

archives 29.1

bombs found 61.2

buildings 10.1

Charity Air Day 7.1; 8.1

exh 8.1

Great Nast Hyde 60.3

Housing Partnership 61.1

site 38.1

telephones 94.3-4

see also de Havilland Aircraft Company

British Army

Militia 69.2

reforms, 1871 69.2

Territorials 16.2; 55.3

see also Bedfordshire Regiment; Hertfordshire (Herts) Regiment

British Legion 23.2; 41.1

social club 92.2, 2

Brittain, Frank

on Scouting 100.3-4

talk 103.ins; 104.ins

Brittain, Dr Percy Morgan 34.4; 42.1; 46.2; 48.4

Broad, S.T. 30.1

Broadway, The 56.4; 65.4

Broadway Café 66.4

Brocket Hall 48.3

and Canadian Pacific Railway 44.2

furniture sale 48.3

horse racing 76.3

Prince of Wales visits 48.1; 76.3

Brocket Park

gamekeeper 84.3

walk in 41.1

Brodie, John 92.2, 2

Brook in Pyghtle 105.4

Brookmans Park 30.1

Golf Course 82.2

Wolf Cubs 100.1

Brooks, Elizabeth 109.2

Brookside, Ellenbrook 60.3

Broom, David

talk 46.4

Broomfields 89.2

Brown, Gladys M. 9.2; 19.1; 53.2

Hatfield and Its People: Farming Yesterday and Today 50.2

L 26.1

Walk Around Old Hatfield 24.1; 25.1

Brown, H.J.

Life in a Victorian Gamekeeper's Cottage 84.3

Brown, Mr (Headmaster) 96.4

Brown, S. (golf-boy) 82.2

Browne, Henry 36.1

Brownies 76.1

Bruce, Hamilton 36.1

Bryan, Rose 79.1

Bryans, Rev. R.F. 87.4

Bryett, Alan 55.4; 58.4

Buccaneer aircraft accident 8.2

Buddhist Monastery, Great Gaddesden 71.2

Bunchley's Ponds 76.2-3, 2; 77.4; 104.3 10


Bunker, Mr (builder, fl. 1878) 68.2

Bunnyfields 50.3

Burford, Earl of 76.3

Burgess (and Sons), J. J. (undertakers) 34.4; 51.3; 90.2-3

and war memorials 54.3; 57.1; 91.ins

Burgess, Jas. (fl. 1878) 68.2

Burgess, Justin 54.3; 81.ins

talk 107.6

Burgess, M.E. 45.4

Burgess family

Blue Plaque 81.ins

Burke, Anne 26.2

Burleigh School 31.1

Burns, Sir George 36.1

Burrell, Tom and Till 37.2

Burton, H.V.Y.

“The Bias” (play) 81.1

Burton, Major 25.2

Burville Holmes, Mrs 58.2

Bury, Oliver 67.2; 98.1

Bury Road 5.2; 67.2; 83.3

Busby, Richard 39.1; 40.1

guided walk 41.1

oral recordings 26.2; 46.2

Pictorial History of Hatfield 19.1

retirement 12.2

talk 35.1, 2

buses 42.2; 77.3; 95.3; 96.6

Bush Hall 100.8

Bush Hall Cottage 84.4

Bush Hall Hospital, 1940-45 58.1-3; 59.1

staff listed 58.2

Bush Hall Hotel 30.2

Bush Hall Lane 7.2; 46.3; 47.3

paper mill 46.3; 47.3; 48.2; 67.1/3

Bush Hall Lodge 30.2

Bush Hall school 84.4

Business Park 106.4

butchers 109.1-2

see also Butler’s

Butler, Alan S. 79.2; 85.3; 98.4; 104.4

and Technical College 20.2; 54.2; 86.4

Butler, Charles 84.3

Butler, Frederick 109.2

Butler, James (sculptor) 84.1-2, 2

Butler, Lois 98.4, 4

Butler, Patrick 109.2

Butler, Reg 106.3

Butler, Thomas 109.2

Butler’s (butcher's) 12.2; 42.2; 46.2; 67.3; 109.1-2, 1

Butterfield, William 15.2

Butterfield, Winifred 68.3; 74.2

Buzza, Rev. W.A. 18.2

By-Pass see Barnet By-Pass

Byras, Joe 65.3

C

Caesar, Misses 71.2

Cage, The (barbers/lock-up; Church Street) 38.2; 108.ins

Cage Hill 61.3, 4

Caie, Malcolm 96.1

Cain, Ken 11


talks 63.4; 64.4; 77.2; 78.2

Cameron, Alastair 95.4; 102.1

boyhood memories 95.3-4; 96.3-5

Cameron, Mrs (physiotherapist) 96.3, 4

Camfield Place 84.3; 95.2

Camp, Mr (of Roe Green) 16.1

Camp Road 96.8

CAMRA 99.6

Canada

Geoffrey de Havilland Jnr in 72.2; 93.2

Women's Institute 97.3

in WWII 73.1

Canadian Pacific Railway 44.2

Candlestick pub 74.4, 4

Canham, Mr (Landlord) 46.2

Canham, Percy 101.3

Canham, Robert (fl. 1889) 15.2

Cannon, Walter Albert 88.2

Cannon, William 25.2

Capel, Arthur, 1st Baron of Hadham 53.4

Cardinal, Dr 46.2

Carlisle, Sir Hildred 22.2; 63.2

Carnoy, Northern France 101.6, 6

Carolines, The 88.3

Carter, Richard 98.2

Carter's Pond 98.2-3, 2

Cartland, Dame Barbara 6.1; 85.3; 92.2; 95.2; 97.4

Barbaraville 75.3

Castle, Doris 58.2

Castle, Ivy 58.2

Castle, Mr (gardener) 58.1, 2

Cat and Fiddle pub 66.3; 82.1; 91.2, 2

Cater, Mrs C.L. 97.4

Catlin, Edward 73.4

Cavendish Hall 88.3

Cavendish Way 105.4

Cecil, Lord David 107.2

Cecil, Lady Florence 85.2, ins

Cecil, Lady Gwendolen 46.2

concern for TB 67.2; 88.1, 2

Cecil, Lord Hugh 82.2

Cecil, Lord Robert (1892) 19.2

Cecil, Rupert 96.1

Cecil, Lord William, Bishop of Exeter 32.2; 34.1, 5; 43.2; 55.3; 63.2; 96.1

Cecil Crescent 66.2; 67.3; 96.7

Cecil Sawmill 46.3

Cedars house, St Albans Road 40.2

Cemetery, Newtown see St Luke’s Church

census records 29.2; 41.1; 57.2

The Hertfordshire Census 1851 59.4; 109.3

1861 78.2

1881 42.2

1891 3.1; 28.1; 66.1

1911 89.4

online 9.1

chalk mines 59.2; 60.1, 2; 61.2; 89.1-3; 100.3

Chalkdrawers Arms inn 61.2

Challis, A.J. 30.2

Chamberlain, Paul

talk 71.2; 77.2; 78.2

Chance Light 78.1

Chancery 47.2 12


Chantry Green 109.2

Chantry House 88.1-2, 1, 2

patients listed 88.2

Chantry Lane 30.1; 88.1; 92.1

Spinney 61.2; 89.1, 1

Chapman, Audrey 2.1; 6.1

Chapman, Charles 89.3

Chapman, Dr (of Chantry Lane) 30.1, 2

Chapman, Dr W.A. (of New Towns Commission) 97.4

Chapman, Eddie 28.2; 30.2; 64.4

Chapman, James (bricklayer) 89.2

Chapman, William 73.4

Chapman family 89.2

Chapmans Field 89.2

Chapmans Terrace 36.2; 54.4; 80.4; 89.2; 102.4

Chapman's Yard 89.2; 90.2-3

Charles, Claude 99.7

Charles, H.R.H. Prince 85.3

Charlton, J. 45.2

Charlton, Mr and Mrs (of Torilla) 41.1; 43.4

Chauncy, Sir Henry 47.3

History of Hertfordshire 96.1

Cheetas band 99.7

Chelwood Avenue 103.2

Chequers half-penny 45.3-4

Chequers Inn (Park Street) 45.3-4

beer mugs 45.4

Chequers pub, Essendon 74.4, 4

Chequers road 7.2

Cherry Tree Public House 86.ins

Cherry Way 92.2; 104.3, 4

Chrichton, Andrew 56.4

Christ Church Congregational Church 5.2; 67.2; 109.ins., ins.

Christian, T. 91.3

Christmas

meetings 56.3; 99.5

parties at Public Hall 108.ins

at Old Palace 62.1

Truce, 1914 99.6, 6

Christopher (barbers) 38.2

Church, John (of Woodside) 70.2; 87.1

Church, Sir William Selby 68.1; 70.2

Church, William (d. 1893) 90.3

Church Army Rest 42.1; 71.4

Church Lane 68.3; 95.3

Church of England 16.1

Church of England School for Girls, French Horn Lane 34.4-5

Church Row 23.2

Church Street 34.5; 38.2; 61.3; 66.2; 68.3;70.3; 71.1; 74.3; 91.ins

Back Street 22.2; 38.2; 61.3; 84.ins

The Cage (barbers / lock-up) 38.2; 108.ins

Church Youth Fellowship 45.2

Churchill, Winston

letter to 5th Marquess of Salisbury 94.1

cinema

Embassy, WGC 57.4

Hoddesdon 10.2

St Albans 75.2

see also films; Hatfield Cinema

Civic Trust 67.4

Clarendon, Earl of (1799) 76.3

Clark, Michael 53.4 13


Clark, Michael K.

“Happy Memories” 49.2

Clark, Mick (of Gray’s) 87.3

Clark, Peter C. 69.1

“The First Town Council” 68.1

on HPC Chairmen 69.4; 70.2; 71.2

talk 65.4; 66.2

Clark, Richard 25.2

Clarke, Walter 77.3

Claxton, Bob 49.3

Claxton family 67.3

Clayton, Frank 41.1; 53.1; 55.1, 4

CM 7.1; 17.1

death 60.1, 1

Clayton, Jim 56.2

Clayton, Stanley 20.1; 53.3

CM 25.1; 26.1

death 49.1; 49.4, 4

early life 56.2

“My naïveté at the age of 16” 45.3

Clifford, John 98.4

de Havilland and Hatfield 1910-1935 98.4

Clock Restaurant 11.1

clocks

public 97.4, 4

Quickswood manor-house 47.2

St Etheldreda's 96.1-2; 101.1

Stonehouse 10.2

Clough, G. 82.2

Clout, Edward 28.1

Cobern, Joan 45.1; 57.1; 77.ins

“Heritage Open Day Success” 51.1

Cochrane, Bob 45.4

Cochrane, John and Lucy 45.1

Cochrane, Robert 45.1

Cock pub, Colney Heath 75.3; 85.4; 91.3, 4, 4

Cockaigne Housing Group 51.1

listed 50.1; 54.1

Open Day 67.4

Cockington, Wm 73.4

Coke, Charlotte 48.3

Cole Green Park 93.4

Cole Green station 9.1

Coleman, Joan 9.1

Coleman, Reg B. 8.2; 12.1; 31.1; 33.2; 55.1; 67.1; 69.3; 77.ins; 82.1; 102.4

Birchwood Estate 80.4

Chairman HLHS 54.1; 56.4; 57.1

CM 2.1; 13.1; 17.1; 25.1; 51.1; 53.1; 89.ins

death 102.4

and DH 3.1; 6.1; 7.1; 65.1

“The Fulham Connection” 37.2

“I Lived There” 36.2

L 55.4

talks 40.2; 54.4

College Lane 30.2; 34.5

College of Technology see Technical College, Hatfield

College Youth Society 96.1

Collins, H.G. 59.3

Collins, Malcolm 99.6

Collins, Tom 95.3

Collins Wells, J.S. 30.2

Colne Valley Water Co 69 14


Colney Heath 25.2; 83.3; 85.4

St Mark’s Church 109.3

Colney Heath Chronicle 96.8

Comer (née Lenihan), Maureen

L29.1

Comet aircraft 65.2; 98.4

Air Race, England-Australia 54.3; 55.1

anniversary 70.1

display 56.3

disaster 20.2

display 57.1

Flight Shed 88.4; 94.3

Hangar 66.1

tableau 45.2

toy models 31.2

Comet bridge 21.2

“Comet Country” 79.2

Comet Hotel 5.2; 26.1; 42.2; 55.1; 109.4

Comet Junction 42.2

Comet Way 19.1

Commonswood Nature Reserve 49, 50

Community Centre 43

Community Fun Day 85.8, ins

Community News 67.4

Community Resource Centre 59

commuters 28.1-2; 29.2; 34.3

Compton, Denis and Leslie 43.2

computers 9.1; 27.2

Conningsby, John 36.1

Conningsby, Ralph 36.1

Conservative Club 34.5

convicts 73

Conway, Chris 53.3

Cook, Elizabeth 61.3

Cook, Matilda 28.2

Cook, Maureen 99.5

Cook & Son, M. 28.2

Cooper, Alfred 87.3

Cooper, Henry 90.1

Co-op Dairy, St Albans 103.4

Co-operative Store 5.2; 67.2

Education Department 19.1

butcher's 66.2; 67.3

grocer's 66.2

Coopers Green Lane 77.3; 79.1

Copping, Martin

talk 65.4; 66.2

Coppye Lane 105.4

Corbett, Mary 26.2

Corner Houses 5.2; 34.4, 5; 56.3; 67.2

Coronation Gardens 17.2; 45.2

Coronation Year 43.2; 45.1, 2

Cortinas band 83.2, 2

Cosens, W. 68.1

Cosgrove, F. 71.4

Cottrell, Miss (teacher) 107.8

Council Offices 42.2

Countess Anne / Anne’s /Ann's School 66.2

bell 67.3

Charity School 34.4; 68.3

rules 41.2

evacuees 67.1; 70.3 15


Infants school 62.1

Primary School, Church Street 67.2; 74.2, 3

County & Westminster Bank 66

County Constabulary

formation 67.2

HQ

DH buildings 65.2

Goldings, St Albans Road 5.2; 34.4; 67.2; 68.1

bombed 45.3

Hertford 47.2

at Stanborough 10.2;

houses 45.3; 49.3

Police Quarters 67.2

recruitment 79.3

Watson 20.1

When Coppers Carried Capes 44.1

County Garden Cup 50.2, 2

County Hall 26.1; 30.1; 35.2

Archives 38.2

County Police see County Constabulary

County Record Office, Hertford 3.1; 4.1; 7.1; 9.1; 10.2; 24.2; 26.1

County Show / Hertfordshire Agricultural Show 12.1-2; 43.1 45.1; 57.4; 69.4

County Surveyor's Office 5.2; 16.1; 48.1; 67.2

plaque 16.1

Court House 35.2

Cowle, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2

Cowper, Francis, 7th Earl 44.2

Cowper, George, 6th Earl 48.3

Cowper, William, 1st Earl 93.4

Cowper Arms 9.1

Cox, David

“Barbarous times in Hatfield” 38.2

“Early days at Newtown Primary School” 40.2

“Early film shows” 57.4

“Hatfield in War Time” 42.2

L 74.3

Cox, Frank (editor, HTC Newsletter 1-71) 4.1; 8.2; 33.2; 41.2; 46.4 ; 81.ins; 97.ins

CM 17.1; 25.1; 33.1; 53.1; 61.1; 63.1; 77.ins

death 97.ins

as editor 14.1; 20.1; 57.1; 59.1; 63.1; 70.1; 71.1; 72.1

“I Lived There” 34.2; 75.4

“In Memoriam” 59.3

“The Iron Duke” 46.3

“Lone Star” 31.2

“Primrose Cottages” 67.2

“Puttocks Oak” 5.2

The Tingeys of Hatfield 39.2

tribute to Isobel 52.4

Cox, Frank (headmaster) 40.2; 106.ins

Cox, Isobel 4.1

CM 7.1; 8.2; 14.1; 17.1; 21.1; 25.1; 26.1; 33.1; 41.1; 49.1

death 51.1; 52.4; 53.1

“Primrose Cottages” 67.2

“Puttocks Oak” 5.2

Cox, Jean 51.2

Cox, John

talk 85.8, ins; 86.ins

Cox, Terry

talks 55.4; 56.1; 59.4; 60.4; 61.1; 75.ins; 76.ins

Cox (chemists) 46.2

Cranborne Function Rooms 83.3

Cranborne Road 5.2; 34.3; 67.2 16


Cranborne Rooms 64.1; 65.1; 106.2, 3

Crantock house 34.4

Crawford, Dan 63.2

Crawford Farm 56.2; 103.2

Crawford Road 45.3; 87.3

V.E. Day 56.6, 7

Creswick, Thomas 47.3; 67.3

Crichton, Janet 14.2

cricket 43.3

Charity matches 43.2

The History of Hatfield Cricket (Gray) 10.1; 51.1; 82.3

in pageant 43.2

Victoria's Diamond Jubilee 85.2, ins

cricket club 43.2

crime 73.3

Crimean War 69.2

Croft Field 92.3

Cromer Hyde Lane 49.3

Cromwell, Thomas 107.2

Cronkshaw, Rev John 57.2

Crooked Billet, The 5.2; 30.2; 107.5; 109.4, 4

Crooked Chimney 72.2; 93.2

Cross, Godfrey 63.2

Cross, Jean 102.1

Crouch, Mrs A. 88.2

Crow, James 57.2

Crow, Rev T. 18.2

Cull, Alan 96.ins

Cull, Diane 100.1, 2

Cull, Edgar F. 45.2

“The Scene in the Lane 100 years ago” 1983 42.1

Cull, F.W. 45.2

Cull, L.F. 45.2

Cull, Leonard 96.ins

Cull, S. 45.2

Cull, Terry 81.4

Cull, Topsy 16.1

Cull, Victor 41.1; 42.1

Cumberland Court 74.4; 76.4

Cunningham, John (“Cat’s Eye”) 27.2; 46.4; 65.2; 74.4

and Scout Group 100.1

Cunningham, Stella 2.1; 3.1; 5.1; 7.1

Currell, James 73.4

Curtis, Eileen 29.1

Curtis, Lynne

L 47.1

Cyclists Rest 84.ins

D

Dagg, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.3

Dagmar House School 59.3, 3; 60.1; 70.4; 101.2

memorial to members, WWI 59.3. 3; 101.2, 2

poem about 70.4

Sports Programme 61.4

Daily Sketch 1933 81.1

Daily Telegraph 17.2

Daisy Gray's (toy shop) 66.2; 67.3

Dalum-Tilds, Grete

talk 95.ins

dances 76.3; 86.2

dancing

ballet classes 103.1; 106.2 17


ballroom 106.2, 3

Hobson's Dancing Classes 76.3

schools 38.2; 45.2; 103.1

Daniel, Col 55.3

Daniell, Harry 48.3

Dann, Eliza (nurse) 88.2

Dare, John 59.3

Dare, Mary Ann 59.3

David Lloyd Health and Sports Club 88.4; 94.3

Davies, Owen 75.4

Davies, Peter 38.2

Davies, Rev. Richard 61.3

Davies, W. J. 7.2

Davis, J.A. 59.3

Davis, Tim 49.3

Dawes, Mr (teacher) 106.ins; 107.8

Dawson, Mr (DH employee) 45.3

Dawson (Drapers) shop 12.2

Day, Cllr. Bill “Skipper” 19.1; 40.2

Day, W. 86.2

de Havilland, Sir Geoffrey 27.2; 56.4; 66.3; 85.3; 88.ins; 96.4

and Air Race 54.3

early aeroplanes 37.2; 54.4

first flight 47.4

statue 54.2

de Havilland, Geoffrey jnr. 56.4; 72.2-3; 93.2-3

de Havilland, John 72.2; 93.2

de Havilland Aeronautical Technical School 20.2; 27.2; 98.4

de Havilland Aircraft Company (DH; subsequently Hawker Siddeley; British Aerospace q.v.) 6.2; 30.1-2; 45.1; 98.4

Aerodrome see separate entry

Air Race, England-Australia 54.3; 55.1

anniversary 70.1

airfield 56.4; 78.1; 106.4

de Havilland Airfield Community Heritage project 74.3; 77.ins; 78.1; 81.ins

Airspeed design office 27.2

Apprentices Training School 21.1

bankers 12.2

beacon see separate entry

Blue Streak rocket 75.4

bombing, 1940 27.2; 29.1; 40.2; 53.3; 57.4; 61.2; 71.1, 4; 104.2; 107.7

casualties 53.3

grave of men killed 53.3; 54.2

buildings

Admin. block 53.3; 70.1; 75.1

listed 11.2; 53.3; 55.4; 65.2; 70.1; 91.ins

transformed 53.3; 70.1; 75.1

Boys Club 20.1; 102.4, 4

and Breaks 82.1

Chapman’s explosion 28.2; 30.2

Chester 66

Comet aircraft see separate entry

Control Tower 88.4; 99.2

Coronation Day 45.2

de Havilland and Hatfield, 1910-1935 (Clifford) 98.4

DH Gazette 29.1

displays / exhibitions 6.1, 2; 7.1; 45.2; 56.3; 57.1; 58.4; 90.ins

“Chocks Away” 88.ins

“Engine of Change” 8.1; 9.1; 11.1; 25.1; 52.4; 91.ins

Dove aircraft 56.3; 57.1; 58.4; 65.2

Dynamics site 75.4; 77.2, 3

The Early Days of de Havilland 94.ins 18


Enterprise magazine 85.1.ins

Fair 103.2

farming 79.2, 2; 80.1

golf course 81.3-4

Gooseneck flares 78.1

Great Nast Hyde House 25.2; 60.3

Greyhound racing 85.4-5

Gun-Butts 78.4

wall 77.2; 78.4

Heritage Trail 76.ins

Heritage Trust 33.1

archives 29.1

Home Covert 104.4

Horsa 27.2

James Hall Collection 77.ins

Main Gate 96.4

Mosquitos see separate entry

Moth aircraft 12.1; 13.1; 14.1; 21.2; 98.4, 4; 104.1-2, 2

night flying 78.1-2

open days 82.2

Operations Support 92.4

The Past on Your Doorstep 56.1

Poles 30.2

Puss Moth 85.3, 6

Research /Reminiscence / social history projects 2.1; 3.1; 4.1; 6.1; 20.2; 65.1; 74.3; 75.4; 77.ins; 78.1; 81.ins; 90.ins

Royal visits 85.3, 3

runway area 81.3; 84.ins

Salisbury Hall 27.2; 36.2; 62.2; 105.ins

School of Flying 78.1; 85.4; 98.4

signage / display boards 76.ins; 77.ins; 78.1

Speedway 85.4-5

Sports and Social Club 20.1; 76.3; 83.2; 85,4

Sports Day 103.2

and street names 105.4

strike 15.2

tableau 45.2

Technical School 27.2

telephones 94.3-4

Tiger Moth 104.1-2, 2

Training School 78.1, 2, 4

Tridents 20.2

and Technical College / UH 20.2

College Lane Campus 54.2

Vampire 27.2; 59.1; 72.2-3; 93.2-3

women 65.2 65.1; 66.3

workers 20.2; 45.3; 49.4; 56.2, 3, 4; 57.4; 64.2; 65.2; 72.2; 74.4; 75.1, 3, 4; 76.4; 78.4; 82.2; 83.2; 87.2; 93.2; 94.3-4; 96.4; 99.3; 103.3; 104.2

WWII 36.2; 42.2; 66.3

see also bombing (above)

de Havilland Aircraft Museum Trust Ltd 27.2

de Havilland and Hatfield 1910-1935 (Clifford) 98.4

de Havilland Apprentices Training School 21.2

de Havilland Art Society 36.2

de Havilland Engine Company Test Beds 78.4

de Havilland Flying Club (DHFC) 104.1-2, 2

de Havilland Museum 10.1; 11.1;29.1; 30.1

de Havilland Reminiscence project 65.1; 66.1; 75.4;77.4, ins; 78.1; 81.ins

de Havilland School 56.1, 4; 79.4

de la Warr, Earl 43.2

de Soyres, Mary

L 44.4 19


Dead Brewers Society 91.3-4; 93.1; 99.6

Dean, Colin 51.1

Dell Mead 61.2

Dellfield Road 40.2; 42.2

Dellfield School 74.3; 89.2; 103.4

School Hall 88.3

Denchfield, Mrs 45.2

Dent & Co 96.2

Dent, David

talk 84.ins

Department of National Heritage 10.1

Desborough, Lady 93.4

Deuchar, Lachlan

“Real Tennis” 52.2

Development Corporation, Hatfield 2.1; 3.1; 20.2; 23.2; 38.1; 69.2; 82.1

Devils Dyke 87.1

Dewhurst (butcher's) 67.3; 106.3

DH Gazette 29.1

Diamond Rover 16.1

Diana, Princess 85.3

Dickens, Charles

Bleak House 60.3

“Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings” 107.3

Oliver Twist 107.2-3

Dickenson, David 88.3-4

Diddams, Edna 76.1; 77.2

Die Cast Machine Tools (DCMT) 24.1; 28.1; 31.2

Digswell House 84.1

Dimsdale, Dr (to 6th Earl of Salisbury) 47.2

Dimsdale, Dr (of Hertford) 49.2

Dip Dell 61.2

display boards

DH 76.ins

Old Hatfield 65.3; 66.1; 69.1; 70.1; 71.1

unveiled 75.3

District Health Authority 71.4

Dixon, George 75.1; 76.4

Dixon, Herbert Cooper 88.2

doctors 46.2; 57.2

see also names

Dodds, David 42.1

Dog Kennel Lane 34.5

Doherty, Stevie 56.4

talk 55.4

Doig, Tom

talks 51.4; 52.3; 77.2; 78.2; 81.ins

Dollimore (greengrocer) 44.4; 56.6; 66.2

Domesday book 46.3; 87.1

Donaldson, Marion 54.4

donkey-stone 89.2

Donowell, John (architect) 71.1

Dorsett, Louisa 96.7

Double, Mrs (at Antiques Roadshow) 78.4

Douro Arms see Hatfield Arms

Dowding, Sir Hugh 105.ins

Downs Farm 108.1-3, 1, 2, 3; 109.2-3

Youth Club 83.2; 104.3, 3

Drage, Dr Charles 54.4; 57.2

Drage, Dr Lovell 13.2; 46.2; 63.2

Drage, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.3

Drage, R. 86.2

Dragon's Blood ale 81.4 20


Drama Clubs

Barn Theatre 100.5, 5

Hatfield Pirates 86.3

Draper, Molly

L 74.1

Dray Horse public house 64.3

Drome Café 76.4

Drury Brothers (outfitters) 66.2

Duane, W.M. 34.1

Duck Lane 25.2; 26.1

Dudley, Adrian 79.4

Dummer, Brian

talk 88.ins; 89.ins

Duncan, W.J. 30.2

Dunham (builder fl. 1878) 68.3

Dunham (builder, c. 1931) 51.3

Dunham, Christine 51.2

Dunham, F. (builder) 49.2; 51.3

Dunham, Frank 51.2

Dunham, Fred (builder) 51.2

Durkin, Robert 73.3

Dye, Mr (sweep) 42.1

Dynamic News 75.4

E

East Goldings 34.3,4

East Herts Hospital 71.4

East India College Arms 97.1

East India Company 97.1

East Indian Chief pub 30.2; 44.3; 46.2; 51.3; 64.3; 96.3; 107.5

name 97.1-3

sign 97.2, 2

Eastern Counties Railways 52.3

Easton, Josiah 98.3

Eaton, Frank 91.3

Eccleshall, Frances

L 64.1

Edgar, King 87.1

Edgemere house 34.5

Edinborough, N.D. 59.3

Edmonds, Mick 92.3

Edmonson, Eric 95.ins, ins

Edrich, Bill 43.2

Edward VII, King 55.3

Edward VIII, King (as Prince of Wales) 48.1

Egremont, Earl of 76.3

Eight Bells Inn 44.3; 64.3; 67.4; 88.3

almanac found 108.3-4, 3

in fiction 107.3

flood 1878 68.3

name 96.1

Elizabeth I, Queen 43.2; 81.2; 85.3; 96.ins; 107.2; 109.1

Elizabeth II, Queen 85.1; 85.3

Diamond Jubilee 85.1, 3

(as Princess) 83.4; 85.3; 109.3

Elizabethan pageant, 1937 43.2; 57.4

Elizabethan pageant, 1937 43.2; 57.4

Elkins, Anne 17.2

Elkins, Roy 30.2

Ellen, Annie (cook) 88.2

Ellenbrook 60.3

Holly Lodge 60.3 21


Honister 60.3

map 86.1

stream 78.2

see also Nast Hyde Halt; Torilla

Ellenbrook bridge 103.3

Ellenbrook Crescent 660.3

Ellenbrook Fields 79.2; 100.7; 104.4

Ellenbrook Lane 60.3; 96.3

Ellice & Sons, R.G. 15.1

Elliott, Ezekiell 68.1

Ellis, Phoebe 84.ins

Eltisley History Society 60.4

Ely 87.1

Emerton, Joy 7.1; 8.2

death 76.ins

L 76.3

Emerton, Mrs L. 44.4

Emerton, Robin 76.ins

Endymion Mews 34.4

Endymion Road 5.2; 34.3, 4

bomb 67.2; 67.3

Primrose Cottages 37.2; 67.2

school 34.4-5; 87.2 see also St Audrey's School

Enfield 10.2

“Engine of Change” exhibition 8.1; 11.1; 25.1; 52.4; 91.ins

English, Maureen 89.ins

English Heritage 35.2; 90.4

English Partnership 59.2; 61.2

Enterprise magazine 85.1, ins

Entire beer 91.3-4

Environment Day 78.ins

Escombe, W.M.L.

“The Oak Bureau” 48.3

Essendon 12.1; 17.2; 76.4; 84.3; 87.1; 109.ins.

archaeology 13.1

Bedwell Park 9.2

Candlestick pub 74.4, 4

convicts 73.4

Ox Wood 73.4

triangulation pillar 99.2, 2

workhouse 71.1

Essendon, Australia 73.3

Essendon, Lord 9.2

Essendon Lodge 12.2

Esserin, Angela 26.2

evacuees 29.1; 37.2; 64.2

Avonmore Road school 37.2

project 77.ins

Stroud Green school 62.1; 69.1, 1; 70.1

Evans, David 11.1

Evelyn, John 107.2

Evening Standard 109.3

Everett, Percy 100.3

Ewington, Alfred 102.2

Ewington, Edith (“Molly”) 102.2-4, 2

Ewington, Harry 34.4; 102.2-3, 2, 3

Ewington, J. 73.4

Ewington, Rosemary see Marshall

Excelsior Quartetta 85.2

Express Dairies 103.4

Exton, William 66.4 22


F

Faithfull, Rev. Francis J. 34.1, 5; 47.3; 61.3

Faithfull family 61.3

Family History 9.1; 56.4

genealogy 18.1; 19.1

Hertfordshire Society 80.ins

Faraday, Judy

talk 73.4

Farmer, Florence 46.2

Farmer, George (“Trotty”) 45.4

farming 45.3

DH 79.2, 2; 80.1

Harpsfield Hall Farm 84.ins

Hatfield and Its People: Farming Yesterday and Today 45.3; 50.2

see also names of farms

Farr, George 46.3

farriers 44.2

forge 48.4

Feather Dell 89.2

Feathered World, The 53.1-2

Fell family 67.3

Feltham, John 91.3

Fern, Alderman 30.1

Ferrars, Lady 106.ins

Festival of Britain 83.3-4

fiction 107.2-4

Fiddle Bridge 42.2

Fiddle Bridge Hall 82.1

Field, J. 73.4

field gun 40.2

films 4.1; 48.2; 57.4; 82.4

Aerofilms 89.ins

BFI 98.ins

HH 98.ins

Rock Around the Block 94.4

Saving Private Ryan 77.3

Smallford Station 96.8

St Etheldreda's Church 101.1

Finchley Amateur Film Club 96.8

Fire Brigade, Hatfield

1985 77.4

WWI 95.2

fire insurance 92.1

Fire Service 42.2

Fire Station 19.2

V.E. Day 56.6

Fireman's Ball 76.3

First Right of Way 17.1; 24.2

Fisher, Gary 102.1

Fisher, Roger

L 70.1

Five Bells original name of Eight Bells, q.v.

Five Oaks house 104.3

Flack, Jenny 49.3

L 48.4

flag flying 52.1

flare paths 78.1

Flaxland 52.4

Fleck, Clare

talk 47.4

Fleet Air Arm 104.1

Fleetville, St Albans 70.4; 104.2 23


Flegg, Jim

garden 17.2

Fleming, Peter

L 104.ins

Fletcher, J. 73.4

Fletcher, Peter 96.2

Flight 83.4

Flint Cottage, Woodhall Lane 42.2

Flint Cottages / Albion Terrace / Villas 56.4, 4; 105.2

Flogs Yotcham 79.1; 105.4

Flood, Susan

talk 7.1

floods 26.1; 51.3; 62.1

1878 68.2-3

flour milling 46.3

Flower and Poultry Show 51.3

Flower's brewery 80.2; 81.4

Flying Scotsman 57.4

Flypast magazine 8.2

Food Office 57.ins; 67.3

foot and mouth disease 41.1; 43.1

football 10.1; 12.1; 76.2

Hatfield Choirs League 95.3

Hatfield Pirates FC 86.2-3, 3

Hatfield Town FC 78.3

Hatfield United Football Club / team

Welwyn Hatfield Sunday Football League 106.4

Forbes, Bryan 76.2

Ford Motor Company

magazine 79.2; 80.1; 81.3

Fordham, Harry 53.3

Fore Street (formerly Front Street) 30.2; 34.1; 42.1; 44.2-3; 51.3; 96.3; 97.1

achievement on wall 107.5, 5

Butler’s (no. 11) 109.1-2, 1

cottages 65.3; 73.2

in fiction 107.3-4

Goodrich House 44.3; 45.4

King's visit, 1909 55.2; 55.2, 3

Morton House 45.4; 50.4; 59.3

pubs 97.1; 107.4

residents 106.2

shops 12.2; 47.3; 59.1; 66.4; 67.3; 74.2, 3; 102.2; 3

Foresters 76.3

Forge Museum, Much Hadham 44.4; 46.1

Forum 45.1

car park 61.2; 62.3

Theatre 100.2

fountain 84.1-2; 85.7

Fowle, Lt-Col 57.2

Fowler, Eileen 66.3

Fowler, Peter 109.2

Fox twins (poachers) 56.4

Foxglove Close 75.4

Foxlee, Mrs 106.2

Foxlee, William 54.4

Franklyn, William 43.2

Franks, Captain William 43.3

Franks, William 43.3

Freeman, Bert 56.3; 83.3

Freeman, Pte Herbert Edward 101.2

French, Ben 56.4; 79.1; 85.4, 6; 86.1; 103.3, 3; 105.4

Biplanes to Rockets: 48 Years in Aviation 103.3; 105.4 24


death 105.4

on DH night flying 78.1-2

“Greyhound racing and Speedway at de Havilland Aerodrome” 85.4-5

“The Gun Butts at de Havilland's” 78.4

“The House in the Woods” 78.2

L 63.1

French, John 97.2

French Horn Lane 5.2; 11.1; 34.3-5; 67.2; 79.3

Church of England School for Girls 34.4-5

Militia 69.2

Spring Villas 34.5; 59.3

Friendship House, Wellfield Close 55.1; 56.1; 57.1; 59.1; 60.1; 93.ins

Frogmore Paper Mill 107.6; 108.ins

Front Street see Fore Street

Fry, Maxwell 84.1

Fulham 37.2

Full Measure pub 97.1

Fuller, Harry 19.2

Fuller, Herbie 19.2

fulling 48.2

fun fair 1945 57.ins

G

Galleria 6.2; 11.1; 55.1; 90.2

Galleycroft 24.2

gamekeepers 84.3

Gammage, David 14.2

Gape family 105.3

Garden Village 45.1

Garlick, Rev. George 71.2, 4

Garman, John

“The One Bell Public House” 77.3

Gas House Lane 34.3

Gas Works, Hatfield 34.3, 4, 5; 35.1; 42.1

Gascoyne, Frances Mary 46.3

Gascoyne Cecil, John Arthur 30.2

Gascoyne Cecil, Randall William 30.2

Gascoyne Cecil, Rupert Edward 30.2

Gascoigne Cecil Estates 73.2

Gascoyne Cecil / Salisbury Estates 23.2; 34.4; 43.3; 57.1; 69.2; 74.2 103.3; 107.5

staff staff 96.7; 98.3

Clerk of Works 65.3

Secretaries 69.3

Gascoyne Cecil School 16.1; 34.2; 103.1

Gaskin, Len 78.4

Gaskin, Miriam 57.1; 65.1; 87.ins

Gateway 90.2

Gaussen, Cecilia 43.3

Gaussen, Robert William 43.3

Gaussen, Samuel Robert 43.3

Gear, Gillian

talks 43.4; 47.4; 84.ins

Geary, Dick 85.4

Geary family 85.4

genealogy 18.1; 19.1

Family History 9.1; 56.4

General Data Prtection Regulation 109.ins.

General Post Office (GPO) 100.7

George IV, King (as Prince of Wales)

George V, King

Silver Jubilee 45.4

George VI, King 85.3, 3; 94.2 25


funeral train 44.4; 45.4

Gerard, John 53.4

Germany 99.3-4

German reconnaissance 86.1

“Hitler's holiday snaps” 86.1, 1; 103.3

Ghatia, Satya

L 99.4

Gibbs, Anstice 76.1

Gibbs, Frederick W. 53.3

Gibbs, Kenneth F. 34.5

Gibbs, W.H.N. 59.3

Giblenn, Anthony 66.1; 87.2

“A Journey to School” 66.2

“School Days” 68.3-4

Gibson, Harry

L 44.4

Gibson, Mr (solicitor) 92.2, 2

Gilbert, George 86.3

Gildea, David 84.4

Girdle Round the Earth, A; Women Travellers and Adventurers (Aitken) 68.1

Girl Guides 70.3; 75.3; 76.1-2, 1; 77.2

Trefoil Guild 51.2

uniform 77.2

Girling, Mr (bank manager) 12.2

Gladstone, W.E. 68.1; 81.2

Glaxo Welcome 36.1; 38.1; 39.2

Glazebrook, H. 73.4

Glebe Cottages / Glebelands 4.1; 7.1; 34.5; 56.4; 65.3; 68.3; 74.2; 76.ins

Glebe Court 34.5

Glebe Field 85.2, ins

Glebeland 31.2; 34.3, 5

Gloistein, Phillip 56.4

Gobions 43.3

Goddard, Rev. Paul 106.2

Godfrey, Herbery 73.2; 74.2

Godfrey, Miss (teacher of Fore Street) 106.2

Godfrey, Violet E. (teacher, St Audrey’s School) 73.2, 4; 74.2, 3

“Hatfield Park” (poem) 73.4

Golden Bird restaurant 79.3

Golden Jubilee (1887) 14.2

Goldings 5.2; 67.2

East 34.3, 4

West 34.4; 51.2

Goldings Crescent 67.2

Goldings Dairy 42.1; 44.4; 80.2

bottles 80.2, 2

Goldings Farm 103.3-4

Goldsmith, Walter 27.2

Golf Courses 82.3

DH 81.3-4

HH 82.3-4

Gomm, Sir William 97.3, 3

Goodrich, Mrs (at Bush Hall Hospital) 58.2

Goodrich, Thomas, Bishop of Ely 49.4

arms 107.5, 5

Goodrich House 49.4; 51.3; 107.5

plaque 107.5, 5

Goose, Nigel

The Hertfordshire Census 1851 59.4

Gosling Stadium 10.2; 62.3

Goss, Annie Constance 70.3

Goss, Ron 26


L 95.ins

Goward, Chris 99.5

Gower, Ernest 50.2

Gower, Pauline see Hannigan 66.3; 68.1

Gower, Rose and Sidney 56.ins

Grace, Clarice 104.2, 2

Grace, Ian 104.1-2

Grace, William 104.2, 2

Gracemead 19.1; 23.2; 38.1; 64.4, 4

Cottages 54.4

Graham, Sir Richard 65.3

Gravatt, Lucy

L 46.4

Grave, Mary 47.2

Gray, Daisy 16.1

Gray, Henry W. 43.3; 53.3; 6.1; 80.ins

“North Place Hatfield” 57.2

Gray, James 16.1; 34.4, 5

Gray, (Herbert) John 10.1; 12.1; 15.1

death 51.1

“Childhood recollections of the original French Horn Lane” 34.3-5

Football in Hatfield Pre-1940 10.1; 12.1

The History of Hatfield Cricket 10.1; 51.1; 82.3

“Hyde Farm” 43.3

“I Lived There” 35.1

L 41.1

Up the Blues 10.1; 12.1; 51.1

“We will remember them” 63.2-3

Gray, John (of Hatfield Hyde, c.1836) 73.4

Gray, John (of West Hyde Farm, 1820s-1830s) 43.3

Grays of Hatfield / Gray's Garage 16.1; 34.4; 49.2; 68.3; 87.3; 99.4

Graysfield 43.3

Great Australian Air Race 54.3; 55.1

anniversary 70.1

Great Bellfield 105.4

Great Eastern Railway 52.3

Great Nast Hyde Estate 81.3

Great Nast Hyde House 38.1; 50.1; 98.1

DH at 66.3

“Great Nast Hyde House” (Lawrence) 25.2

“Great Nast Hyde House” (Lodge) 73.3

visit 51.1; 60.3; 65.1; 73.3

Great Nast Hyde Manor 79.2

Great North Road / Way 34.4; 66.4; 95.3; 104.4

Belisha crossing 70.3

Broadway 56.4; 65.4

cottages 24.2; 77.1

in Hatfield Park 44.3

house no. 102 105.1, 1

Militia 69.2

1903 48.1

No. (30) 65.4

Great Northern Hotel see Hatfield Arms

Great Northern public house 64.3

Great Northern Railway 5.2

brickworks 19.2

company houses 23.2; 38.1

employees 20.2; 54.4; 63.3; 87.2

Green, Andrew 75.4

Green, J.W. (brewery) 81.4

Green, Jack 42.1

Green, Mr (architect) 105.1 27


Green, Mr (barber) 38.2

Green Lanes Primary School 95.3; 96.3; 99.4; 103.1

Green Man pub 30.2; 44.3; 46.2; 64.3; 107.5, 5; 109.4

Green Street 77.1

Greenacres 56.ins

Greenham, Arthur 61.3

Greenham, Charlie 75.1; 76.4

Greenham, Frank 61.3

Greenham, Frank Henry (hairdresser) 61.2, 4

Greenham, J. 106.1

L 106.1

Greenham, James 74.1

Greenham, John 75.1

Greenham, Kate 61.3

Greenham, Richard W

“The Greenham family” 61.3

L 74.1

Greenham, Ron 61.3

Greenwood, Ruth 58.2

Gregory, John 34.4

Gregory, L. Sgt. 99.6

Gregory, Mr (grocer) 68.2, 3

Gregory, Philippa

The Virgin's Lover 107.2

Greville, Baron 36.1

Greyhound Inn 50.3

greyhound racing 85.4; 90.4

Griffin, Ken

talk 53.4; 54.4

“Transported beyond the seas” 73.3-4

Griggs, Paul 83.2, 2; 99.6

Grimshaw, Ann

talks 50.4; 53.4; 54.5; 58.4; 61.4; 62.4

Grimston, Lady Ann, tomb 50.2

Grimston, Viscount 43.3

Groom, Frank 95.1-2, 2; 96.7, 7

Groom, John 95.2

Groom, Sheila 95.2

Groom, William (plumber) 12.2; 66.4

Grooms Merrie Minstrels 85.2, ins

Grosvenor House Hotel 55.1; 57.1

Ground Lane 56.5, 6; 71.3

Guide Hut 76.1; 77.2

Groundwork Hertfordshire 56.1; 57.1

Growing Up in Hatfield before 1945 series 39.2; 40.1

Grundy, Hugh 88.3; 95.4

Guide Huts

Ground Lane 76.1; 77.2

Hatfield Park 76.2;77.2

Guild of Old Scouts 45.2

guitars 99.7-8

Gun Inn 44.4; 45.1; 46.2; 56.4

Gun Yard 46.2

Gunn, Dennis 97.ins

Gunn, Joseph Alfred (ship's steward) 47.1

death 72.4; 97.ins

Gunn, Joseph Smee (1854-1935) 72.4

Gunn, Mr (blacksmith of Pond Hill) 48.42

Gunton, Richard Thompson 69.3

Gustards Wood 82.3

H 28


Haddon Court 74.4; 75.1-2; 76.4

Haigh, Peter 43.2

Haileybury College 97.1

Haines, F. 86.3

Hale, Ann 73.4

Hales, Mr (fl. 1799) 76.3

Halford Laboratory 78.4

Halfway Oak Pond 98.2

Halifax 66.4

Hall, Douglas

L 75.1-2, 4

Hall, G.H. 96.2

Hall, James 77.ins

Hall, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.3

Hall, Mr (verger) 106.2

Hall, Susan

“Removal of graves from Park Street Chapel” 90.2-3

Halliday, Val 97.4

HALS see Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies 90.3

Halsey, Col. 22.2; 63.2

Halton, Ann (née Hewett)

“Growing up in South Hatfield 1063-66” 104.3-4

Hamilton, Rev. E. 63.2

Hammer, Eckhard 99.3-4

Hammer, Frau 99.4

Hampden, Lord 22.2; 63.2

Hampton, Sister-in-Charge 58.2

Hampton Court (poem) 41.2

Hancock, Mr and Mrs 56.

Hankin, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2, 3

Hankin's ladies shop and outfitters 106.3

Hanlon, George

L 64.3; 76.4

“The Boar and Castle Pub” 80.2-4

Hanlon, Joe 64.3

Hanney, Miss (of Bush Hall Hospital) 58.2

Hannigan, Pauline (née Gower) 50.2; 60.2; 67.4

“V.E. Day” 56.5-6

Harcourt Williams, Robin 6.1; 26.1; 43.3; 49.2; 50.3; 81.2; 81.ins; 82.2; 107.5

“Carter's Pond” 98.2

L 45.4

“The Wicked Earl” 47.2

Hardiman, Ken 99.6

Hare, Samuel 69.2

malting 69.2

hare coursing 85.4

Harmer Green, Welwyn 100.2

Harmonica Blueboys 48.4; 49.3

Harpsfield Broadway 12.2; 61.2; 66.4; 75.1; 83.2; 84.ins

Harpsfield Farm 54.4, 4; 84.ins

Harpsfield Hall 48.4; 78.4; 79.1, 2; 84.ins, I; 105.3, 3

bronze eagle statues 105.3, 3

Harradine, Miss (teacher) 107.8, 8

Harris, Clive

talks 39.1; 41.1

Harrison, Susan

articles on industries 46.3; 47.3; 48.2; 67.3

Harrow, John 26.1

Hart, Evelyn

poem 41.2

Hart, Evie 51.2

Hart, Mary 74.1 29


Hart, Mr (grocer) 106.3

Hart, Mr (of Poplars) 42.1

Hart-Dyke family 25.2

Hartley, Frederick 53.3

Hartley, Howard J.

L 55.1

Harvey, Jack 48.1

Harvey, Mrs (ballet teacher) 106.2, 3

Haseldine 19.1

Haseldine, John Francis 23.2

Haseldine Meadows 23.2

Hastings, Miss (teacher) 40.2

HatFest / Hat'Fest / Hatfield Festival

1991 4.1

1992 5.1; 6.1, 2; 7.1

1993 8.1; 10.1

1965 4.1

1996 22.1; 25.1

1997 24.1

1998 26.2

2002 46.1

2016 101.ins; 12.ins

Hatfield

Hertfordshire Militia in 69.2

Johnson’s sketches 36.2

Hatfield, Australia 73.4

Hatfield Aerodrome see Aerodrome

Hatfield Air Cadets 102.1

Hatfield and its people (WEA series) 37.1; 47.1; 48.1; 49.2

reproduced 49.2; 50.4; 51.4; 54.3; 66.1; 93.ins; 95.ins

Book (1) 57.3

(2) Roe Green 61.2; 88.1

(3) Pubs and Publicans 77.3; 78.3; 80.2; 91.3

(8) Schools 69.2

(9) Farming 45.3; 50.2; 84.ins

(10) Houses 71.1

(11A, B) Families and Trades 69.2; 89.2-3

(12) 84.ins

Cumulative Index 98.ins

Hatfield Answers the Call (Lawrence) 94.ins, ins; 95.1; 95.ins

Hatfield (and District) Archaeological Society 7.2; 22.1; 23.1; 26.1; 44.3; 46.3; 47.3; 48.2; 67.3

Hatfield Arms (formerly Douro Arms; Great Northern Hotel) 64.3; 76.3.ins; 83.3

Hatfield Art Society 36.2

Hatfield at War (Lawrence) 15.1; 17.1; 18.1; 19.1; 24.1; 42.2

republished 102.ins; 103.ins

Hatfield Bell Ringers 8.1; 30.1; 31.2; 32.1; 95.ins, ins; 96.ins

Hatfield Bowls Club 87.4

Hatfield Boys' School, Endymion Road 34.4-5

Hatfield Brewery 10.2; 45.4; 78.4; 91.2-3, 4; 93.1; 97.1; 107.5; 109.4

beers 99.6; 102.1

Hatfield Church Youth Fellowship 45.2

Hatfield Cinema 74.1, 2, ins; 75.2-3

beauty competition 75.2

Bingo Hall 74.1, 2

demolition 64.1; 70.1; 74.1

history 74.2

Odeon 42.2; 75.3; 103.2

Public Hall 57.4

Regent 75.2; 76.4; 82.4; 91.2

see also films

Hatfield College Youth see Hatfield Bell Ringers

Hatfield College of Technology see Hatfield Technical College 30


Hatfield Collegiate Schools 59.3; 101.2

see also Alexandra House School; Dagmar School

Hatfield Development Corporation see Development Corporation, Hatfield

Hatfield Gallery of Antiques 49.3; 107.5

Hatfield Garden Village 97.ins

Hatfield Girls' Grammar School 79.4

Hatfield Grammar School 86.4

Hatfield Grene 105.3

Hatfield Guide Company 70.3; 75.3; 76.1-2, 1

Hatfield Herald 8.2; 78.3; 79.4

1965 90.2-3

Hatfield Heritage Signs (display boards) 65.1; 66.1; 69.1; 70.1; 71.1

unveiled 75.3

Hatfield Heritage Trail 18.1; 19.1

Hatfield House 25.2

archives 23.2; 24.2; 57.2; 69.3; 81.2

Cecil Papers 81.2

Christmas 95.3-4

in fiction 107.2

fire 45.4; 46.3

Flower Festival 59.1

400th anniversary 83.1

gardens 52.4; 55.3

library 69.3

lighting 98.3

Manuscript Room 69.3

military hospital 56.4; 68.4; 73.1; 85.3; 98.3

Old Palace see separate entry

Real Tennis Court 50.1; 51.1; 52.2; 54.1

Riding School 85.2, ins; 101.4, ins; 102.1

Royal Visits 85.3, 3

1909 55.3

staircase carving 52.4

vane 99.2

Victoria's Diamond Jubilee 85.2, ins

Vineyard 47.1

water supply 50.3; 98.2-3

see also Gascoyne-Cecil / Salisbury estates

Hatfield Hyde 39.2

Hyde House 100.8, 8

St Mary's Church 100.8, 8

War Memorial 63.2

Hatfield Lawn Tennis and Bowling / Bowls Club 34.5; 44.4; 87.4

Hatfield Library 85.8, ins; 103.ins

displays and exhs

DH 90.ins

1970s 104.ins

VE 15.1

flooded, 1878 68.2

Local History / Studies section 25.1; 33.1; 60.3; 64.1

Open Days 70.1

oral history 25.1; 26.2; 27.1

30th anniversary 8.1

Hatfield Local History Society (HLHS; formerly Hatfield This Century, q.v.) 53.1

AGMs 37.1; 41.1; 45.1; 49.1-2; 53.1; 57.1; 61.1; 65.1; 77.ins; 81.ins; 92.ins; 96.ins; 100.6

committees 33.1; 34.1; 37.1; 45.1; 49.1; 51.1; 52.1; 54.1; 56.1; 57.1; 59.1; 61.1; 63.1; 64.1; 65.1; 70.1; 87.ins; 89.ins; 96.ins

constitution 33.1, 2

displays 45.1; 46.1; 101.4, ins; 102.1, ins, ins

Birchwood 78.ins; 81.ins

DH 58.4

Heritage Fairs and Open Days 67.4; 91.ins, ins; 99.5, 5 31


historic photos 101.4; 102.1

Kaleidoscope 64.1

Lone Star 47.1; 51.1

WWII 67.1; 86.ins

entrance charges 41.1

name changed to 33.1; 97.ins

newsletters 103.ins

editors 14.1; 20.1; 57.1; 59.1; 63.1; 70.1; 71.1; 72.1

online 103.ins

in US 104.2

publications 39.2; 40.1; 84.4

update of WWI In Memoriam Album 91.ins; 95.1

see also Hatfield and its people

subscriptions 39.1; 41.1; 47.1; 74.ins

talks see names of speakers [search on talk]

visits see separate entry

walks see separate entry

Hatfield manor 57.2

Hatfield Mitre Club 108.ins; 109.ins.

Hatfield Navy Week competition 75.3

Hatfield Oak (sawmill) 50.3

Hatfield Paper Mill 46.3; 47.3; 48.2; 67.1/3

Hatfield Parish Church Fabric Fund 43.2

Hatfield Parish Council 6.2; 45.2

Chairmen 68.1; 69.4; 70.2; 71.2; 73.4

election, 1894 68.1

origins 68.1

and Wellfield Hospital 15.2; 17.2

Hatfield Park 43.1-2; 53.2; 66.2; 103.1; 106.1, 2

Antiques Roadshow 78.4, 4

bonfire 45.4

boundary 5.2

Brick Kiln Wood 19.2

charity cricket matches 43.2

Coombe Wood 76.2

Coronation Year 43.2

Countess Anne School in 68.3

County Show 12.1-2; 45.1; 57.4

Cubs and Scouts events 100.4

deer 50.3; 53.2

Elephant Dell 43.2; 108.ins

fetes and fairs 43.1, 2

Elizabethan, 1924 43.1-2; 81.1, 1; 86.2

Elizabethan pageant, 1937 43.2; 57.4

Olde Englishe Fayre 1938 43.2

Tudor, 1933 81.1

golf course 82.3-4, 4; 94.2

Green Hill 67.3; 108.ins

Guide Hut 76.2; 77.2

guided walk 49.2; 50.3

Home Farm 34.4

pea picking 46.2

poem about 73.4

reservoirs 98.2-3, 3

Royal visit, 1909 55.3

sawmill 46.3; 50.3

in snow 108.ins

statue 48.1

tank see separate entry

trees 85.3; 98.2

V.E. Day 43.1

and war memorial 63.2 32


West Avenue 76.2

“wooding” 51.3; 64.2; 67.3; 68.4

WWI, army in 48.4

see also Gascoyne Cecil / Salisbury Estates

Hatfield Pirates 86.2-3

Dramatic Club 86.2, 3

F.C. 86.2-3, 3

Hatfield Polishing & Plating Co 106.3

Hatfield Polytechnic 77.4; 85.3; 86.4

see also Hatfield Technical College; University of Hertfordshire

Hatfield Railway Station 19.2; 86.ins

accident at 60.4

bookstall 63.3

bridge 67

level crossing 67.2

1903 48.1

Royal Waiting Room 66.2; 67.3

Hatfield Rotary Club 79.ins

Hatfield Rural District Council 44.4

Hatfield Society of Model Engineers 82.1

Hatfield - St Albans branch line railway 21.2; 25.2; 62.1; 83.2; 90.4; 92.2-3; 96.8

Alban Way see separate entry

anniversary 96.7; 98.1, ins; 98.ins

bridges 23.1-2; 103.3

closure 83.2, 2

The Hatfield and St Albans Branch Line 19.2

see also Nast Hyde Halt; Smallford Railway Station

Hatfield Swim Centre 37.1; 39.1; 41.1; 43.1; 43.1; 49.1; 50.1; 54.1; 55.1

Hatfield Tapestry 6.1, 2; 7.1; 8.1, 2

Hatfield Technical College (later Hatfield Polytechnic) 86.4, 4

construction 30.1

library 20.

opening 54.2

scupture 90.ins

see also Hatfield Polytechnic; University of Hertfordshire

Hatfield This Century group

constitution 30.1; 33.1, 2

founded 1.1, 2.1; 69.4; 97.ins

AGMs 5.1; 7.1; 10.1; 13.1; 17.1; 21.1; 25.1; 29.1; 33.1

committees 2.1; 7.1; 13.1; 14.1; 17.1; 20.1; 25.1; 26.1

displays 22.1; 23.1; 31.1; 33.1

name 25.1; 27.1

changed to Hatfield Local History Society (q.v.) 33.1; 97.ins

newsletters 25.1; 103.ins

publications 19.1; 24.1; 25.1

visit to County Hall 26.1

see also titles

Hatfield Town Band 85.2, ins

Hatfield Town Council 4.1; 5.1; 6.2; 7.1; 8.1, 2; 15.2; 35.2; 69.1, 4; 91.ins; 99.6

awards 102.ins

Hatfield Town FC 78.3; 91.4

Hatfield 20-35 Club 82.1

Hatfield Union (four parishes) 17.2

Hatfield United Football Club / team 10.1; 44.4; 96.7

1910-11 95.2

19141 95.2

Hatfield voices” (recordings) 45.1

Hatfield Woodhall 47.3

Hatfield Working Men's Club 63.2

Hatfield Youth Centre see Breaks Youth Club

Hatfield Youth Centre Building Fund 43.2

Hatfield's First New Town 25.1; 91.ins 33


Havelock, Gen. Sir Henry 97.1

Havelock Arms pub 97.1

Haven bungalow 40.2

Hawker Siddeley Aircraft 8.1; 20.2; 66.3

Trident 92.4

see also de Havilland Aircraft Company

Hawkins, John 83.2

Hawksyeotham 42.1

Hayes Burns, Walter 36.1

Haynes, Dr 57.2

Hazel Grove 61.2; 100.2, 3; 103.3

Healthy Living Centre 62.3

Hearle, Mr (DH Director) 20.1

Heathcote Avenue 70.2; 103.1

Hedach, J. 25.2

Heldrett, W. 59.3

Help the Aged 34.5

Hemmings, Alice 47.1

Hemmings, George and Ted 101.3

Hemmings, William 47.1

Hempsall, Mr 64.1

Hennessy, Tom 53.3

Hentall, Ralph 18.1

talk 21.1

Hepworth, Barbara 90.ins

Herald & Post 2.1

Heritage Fairs

2010 76.ins; 77.ins

2013 90.ins; 91.ins, ins

2015 98.ins, ins; 99.5

2017 106.ins; 107.6

Heritage Open Days 46.4; 47.4; 49.1; 50.1; 57.1; 58.3; 69.1

2003 51.1

2004 54.1

2007 64.1; 65.3; 65.4; 66.1; 67.4

2008 69.4

Hertford 9.1; 46.2; 65.4; 68.1

Brewery 17.1

Local Studies Library 24.2

Militia in 69.2

museum 5.1, 36.1

railway stations 9.1

see also County Record Office

Hertford Heath 99.2

Hertford Museum 5.1; 36.1

Hertford Road 5.2; 7.2; 66.2; 109.4

flood 68.3

Hertfordshire Agricultural Show 45.1

see also County Show

Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies (HALS) 74.ins; 77.ins; 85.7; 97.ins; 98.ins

Garden Party 50.2

Herts Memories/Our Hatfield website 76.ins; 78.2; 80.ins; 85.8, ins; 90.ins; 94.ins; 95.1-2; 102.ins; 103.ins; 108.3

James Hall Collection 78.ins

Recorder scheme symposium 64.1

Hertfordshire Association for Local History 15.1; 41.2; 102.ins

Hertfordshire Building Preservation Trust 46.1

Hertfordshire Census 1851, The 59.4

Hertfordshire (Herts) Constabulary see County Constabulary

Hertfordshire Court records 73.3

Hertfordshire Countryside 24.1; 107.7

on banks 1995 66.4 34


“The Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment” 1988 56.4

“Beresford Johnson” 1999

“Countess Anne's School” 1995 22.2

“Great Nast Hyde House” 1997 25.2; 60.3

“John Tradescant” 1968 52.4

letter from M. Donaldson 2004 54.4

letter from Territorials, 1977 16.2

limerick 45.4

“The Poor Old Great Eastern Railway” 1960 52.3

“Real Tennis” 1988 52.2

on Roe Green, 1993 21.2

“The Scene in the Lane 100 years ago” 1983 42.1

Hertfordshire (Herts) County Council 20.2; 35.2; 71.1, 4; 76.2; 77.3; 81.ins; 84.ins; 86.4

Archaeology Dept. 106.4

Departments, 1903 48.1

Highways Dept. 34.5

Libraries Arts and Information Dept. 27.2

Poor Law 17.2

records see County Record Office, Hertford

Hertfordshire Family History Society 56.4; 72.3

Hertfordshire Hitchin Bank 66.4

Hertfordshire Home Guard Living History Group 99.5

Hertfordshire Manorial Documents Register 74.ins

Hertfordshire Monumental Inscriptions 80.ins

Hertfordshire / Herts Mercury 85.2, ins; 87.ins; 91.3

Hertfordshire Militia 34.3, 4; 43.3; 69.2

band 34.3; 85.2

Hertfordshire News 92.2

Hertfordshire Nursing Association

Hertfordshire Police Authority 70.1

see also County Constabulary

Hertfordshire puddingstone 48.2

Hertfordshire (Herts) Regiment 41.1; 51.3

band 55.3

Battalion of Infantry 55.3

Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire / Herts and Beds Regiment 56.4; 102.2

Cadet Company, 14th Herts 48.4

Christmas Truce 99.6

Volunteer Regiment

No. 4 (Hatfield) Co 3rd Battalion 95.2, 2

Hertfordshire Show see County Show

Hertfordshire Society for the Blind 70.3

Hertfordshire's Past 24.1

Herts (Hertfordshire) Advertiser

1916 101.2

1919 re memorial 13.2

1921 re dedication of war memorial 22.2

1938 obituary 79.1

Herts Agricultural Society 69.4

Herts Battalion of Infantry 55.3

HERTS beat 70.1

Herts County Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club 34.5

Herts County Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club 87.4

Herts Gazette 70.4

Herts Gravel Co. pits 10.2; 62.3

Herts Guardian 68.2-3

Herts Manufacturing Co. 87.2

Herts Volunteer Regiment 95.3, 3

Hetfelle 87.1

Hickson, Daphne

“Ladies Working at de Havilland Aircraft Company during World War II” 66.3

Hickson, Edwin 96.7 35


Hickson, Ernest 96.7

Hickson, George 96.7

Hickson, Ireton 96.7

Hickson, Les 96.7

Hickson, Leslie and Vera 76.ins

Hickson, Mary 52.1

Hickson, Tom 96.7

Higgs, John

talk 36.2; 39.1

highwaymen 107.2

Hildesley, Mark 48.3

Hill & Simmons 96.3

Hill, Betty 38.2

Hill, Billy 83.3

Hill, Caroline

The Workhouse: Fact versus Fiction 47.4

Hill, Farmer (Roe Green) 21.2

Hill, Harry 42.1

Hill, Marion

talk 97.ins; 98.ins

Hill, Willy 86.3

Hill End 19.2; 96.8

Hillelson, David

talk 69.4; 70.4

Hinks, David 38.1; 39.2

Hipgrave, Marie 46.2

historic photos exhibition 102.1, 4

Hitchin Singers 88.4

Hitchins, Tella 51.2

Hitler, Adolf 81.2

“Hitler's holiday snaps” 86.1, 1; 103.3

Hobley, McDonald 43.2

Hobson, Mr and Mrs (ballroom dancing teachers) 106.2, 3

Hobson's Dancing Classes 76.3

Hobtails 102.1

Hoddesdon 10.2; 62.3

Hodge's shop 44.3

Hodson, Rev. N.S. 19.2

Hogs Yeotham / Yotham 79.1; 80.1; 81.4; 105.3; 105.4

Holland sisters 106.3

Hollier, Frank 103.3-4

Hollier, Frederick Joseph 34.4; 44.4; 45.2; 80.2; 103.3-4

Hollier, Sidney 86.3; 103.3

Holliers Court 44.4; 51,2; 67.2

Hollier's Dairy 11.1; 34.4; 40.2; 44.4; 66.2; 80.2; 96.3; 103.3-4; 104.3; 105.2; 106.2; 108.3

advertisement 82.4

bottles 80.2, 2; 92.3; 103.4

Field 92.3

horses 92.3

shop 62.2; 106.3

Holly Lodge, Ellenbrook 60.3

Hollybush Lane 42.2

Holman, Elizabeth 56.4

Holmes, Dr 46.2

Holocaust Memorial Day 68.4

Holton, Joyce 8.2

Holton, Sid 5.1; 8.2; 35.1

“Recollections of Mill Green” 5.2; 7.2

talk 34.1; 35.1

Holywell 75.3

Home, Mr and Mrs 105.1

Home Covert 104.4 36


Home Farm, Hatfield Park 34.4

Home Guard 11.2; 19.1; 43.2; 61.2; 71.3; 99.3

Hertfordshire Home Guard Living History Group 99.6

Observation Post 77.4

Honister Care Home 60.3

Honour, Jack

“The Walby Family of Hatfield” 84.3, I

Hook, Elizabeth 39.2

Hooper, Benjamin 73.4

Hoopers, Carriage builders 96.7

hopground 91.4

Hopkinson, Miss (Local Registrar) 109.ins.

Horley Green 105.4

Horn family 50.4

Horne, Lorraine 78.4 44

Horne, Mr. (of Butler’s) 109.2

Horse and Groom public house 34.4; 64.3; 106.3

horse racing 76.3

horse water trough 24.2; 44.4; 66.2

horses 80.4; 92.3

Hoskins, Mrs 86.2

hospitals

QEII 64.3 96.ins, ins

Wellfield 15.2; 17.2; 35.1

hospitals, military

Bush Hall 58.1-3; 59.1; 68.4

HH 56.4; 68.4; 73.1; 85.3; 98.3

Napsbury, WWI 60.3

Shenley, WWII 59.1

Hostler, John 88.3-4

Hotine, Brig. Martin 99.1-2

Howard, Ebenezer 93.4

Howard Centre, WGC 90.2

Howardsgate 86.ins

Howe, Bob 23.2

Howe, Mary 39.2

Howe Dell 51.3; 64.2

flood 68.2

railway bridge 104.4, 4

Howe Dell School 34.1; 34.5; 61.3

Heritage Open Days 50.1; 51.1; 54.1

playing field 87.1; 106.4

Hoy, Edward 108.3-4

Hoy family 108.3-4

Huckle, Stan 7.1; 8.1; 16.2; 25.1; 95.ins, ins

talk 17.1

Hudson, Harry 76.4

Huggins, Pte. 99.6

Hughes, Howard 56.4; 72.2; 93.2

Hughes, Rowland

talk 106.ins

Hulk, William 44.4

Hulkes, Billy 9.1

Hulks, Billie (baker) 42.1; 46.2

Hulks, Henry 10.1

Hulks (bakers) 27.1; 67.3; 107.1, ins

Hulliet, Noella 58.2, 3

Humphrey, Martha 74.1

Humphrey, Mr (of Goldings Dairy) 42.1; 103.3

Humphrey family 34.4

Humphreys, Elizabeth 34.4

Humphreys, Walter H. (“King”) 44.4 37


Hurle, Marian 51.2

Hutton, Barbara 9.2

Hutton, Sir Leonard 56.4

Hyde, Donald James

“Memories of Hatfield” 108.ins; 109.ins.

Hyde, Sir Thomas 36.1

Hyde Farm 42.2; 43.3

Hyde House 100.8, 8

Hyde Lane 7.2

Hygrade Corrugated Cases Ltd 28.2

I

“I Lived There”

Coleman 36.2

Cox 34.2; 75.4

Gray 35.1

Larkin 38.1

Willson 37.2

Ian Allan ABC Locospotter's Book 96.4

ice well 84.4

ICI 87.3; 104.3

Illustrated London News 99.6, 6

Imperial War Museum 32.2; 101.2

Independent, The 25.2

India 97.1, 2-3; 99.4; 100.1

industries 45.3

brewing 45.3-4

flour milling 46.3

fulling and textiles 48.2

paper making 47.3; 67.1/3

InfoCentre 27.2

Inland Revenue

land tax 57.2

maps 4.1; 6.2; 9.1; 81.3

returns, 1910 9.

inn signs 97.1, 2, 2

Innes, Alison 58.2

International Stores 66.2; 67.3; 106.3

iron railings 42.2

Irving, David 67.4

talk 41.2

Isaacs, Mr 42.1

Isabel Hospice 51.2

Ivy Cottage 44.4

Izzard, Mike 98.1

J

Jack Oldings Corner 103.2

Jack Oldings factory 8.1; 10.1-2; 107.7

site 90.2

training depot for RE 9.2

Jacobs, Norman

Speedway in the South East 85.5

Jacob's Ladder 11.1; 98.3

re-opening ceremony 99.5, 5

“Jacobs Ladder” (song) 99.5

Jacob's Well public house 51.3; 68.3

James, Christine

talk 71.2; 73.4

Jamieson, Dr 58.2

Jansen, Miss (at Bush Hall Hospital) 58.2

Janson, Lionel 25.2 38


Jansson, Misses 76.1

Jenkins, Mr (milkman) 106.2

Jenner, Andy 99.6

Jenner, Dennis 6.1; 9.2; 11.1; 15.1; 21.1

CM 2.1; 13.1; 14.1; 15.2; 17.1; 21.1

on Wellfield Hospital 17.2

Jewell, David

“A 1950s recollection of Hollier's Dairy Field” 92.3

Jim MacDonald Centre 104.3

John, Elizabeth

L 27.1

John Mowlem & Co 96.5

Johnny, Mike and the Shades (band) 99.7

Johnson, Amy 54.3; 66.3

Johnson, Beresford 33.1; 36.1; 2

An Artist's Impression (Lawrence) 39.2; 40.1; 49.3

notelets 45.1

Johnson, Manasseh 68.1

Jolly Butcher’s Hill 29.2

Jones (cowman) 42.1

Jones, David 60.2

Jones, Ernest

Memoirs of My Life in Hatfield 79.ins

memories 62.1; 63.3; 64.2

Jones, Fred 108.1, 2

Jones, Jack (farmer) 108.1, 3

Jones, Jess 63.3; 64.2

Jones, Rod

“Downs Farm” 108.1-3

Jones, Will 108.1-3, 2

Jones, Winifred 108.1-3, 2

Jonny Flood and the Trespassers (pop group) 99.6

Joyce, Teddy 76.4

Joyner, R.G. 49.3

L 66.1

Jubb, Audrey 49.3

Juniors (band) 99.6

K

Kahn, Percy 75.2; 82.4

Kaleidoscope Festival 64.1; 65.4; 66.1

2008 70.2

2009 74.ins

Karia, Amisha 90.ins

K.C.V. Precision Tool Company 68.3; 87.2-3

Keep Fit Classes 66.3

Keir, Wesley 87.1

Kell, David 47.1

L 46.4

Kelly's Directories 2.1; 3.1; 5.1; 6.2; 58.4; 88.2

1878 57.2

Hatfield 61.4

1928 87.2

online 9.1

Kemp, William 13.2

Kemp's off-licence 66.2

Kendall, Florida 100.8

Kendall, Henry John Broughton 100.8

Kendall, Mrs Henry 100.8

Kendall, Rev Henry George Omanney 100.8

Kennelwood croquet ground 42.1

Kennelwood House 6.2; 34.5; 63.3; 69.4 39


Kennelwood Lane 107.1

Kentish, John 42.1

Kentish, May 12.2

Kentish, Robert 25.2

Kentish family 60.3

Ketcher, Debbie 104.4

Kidman, H.O. 25.2

Kilmuir, Viscount 43.2

King, David

“Fore Street, Hatfield” 44.2-3

King, Isaac M. 88.2

King, Peter

L 60.4

King George V playing field 43.3

Kingdon, Ron 44.4

L 65.1

photographs and slides 11.1; 20.1; 22.1; 23.1; 26.2; 35.1

“Porthleven” 44.3

talks 11.1; 23.1; 35.1, 2

on tin-plate toys 27.1; 28.1

on trams 29.2

King's Cross Station 71.3

King's Head pub 44.3

Kingsford, Peter 1.1; 9.2; 19.1; 23.1;29.2

“Hatfield's Irony” 20.2

“My arrival in Hatfield” 30.1-2

talks 10.1

Kingy (of Fore Street) 42.1

Kirby, Sue 1.1; 2.1; 3.1; 4.1; 5.1; 6.1, 2; 7.1; 9.1; 11.1; 12.1; 13.1; 19.1; 22.1; 24.1; 26.1, 2; 46.4

L 34.1

leaves Mill Green Museum 33.1

Mill Green Trail 24.1; 25.1; 30.2

“New history and guide for the Mosquito Aircraft Museum” 27.2

Pictorial History of Hatfield 19.1

Kitchen, Arthur 99.3

Kitchener, 1st Earl 9.2; 101.4

Kitchener, Mr (railwayman) 106.2

Kite, Ellen 73.3

Kite, Mr and Mrs (Workhouse overseers) 71.3

Knapp, Shirley 2.1; 10.1; 13.2

“Family Successes at the Hatfield Show” 45.1

Knight, Jim 89.1

Knights of the Shire 43.3

Knott, Daphne 78.2; 79.ins

Knutsford prison clock 10.2

Kohn, Ernest

L 59.1

Kybes Green 76.4; 77.1; 78.2

well 77.1, 1

L

Labour Party, Hatfield 34.5

Lacey, T.W. (pastor of Park Street Chapel, 1925) 18.2

Lacey, Rev. Tommy 109.ins.

Ladies Committee, 1898 71.4

Lamb, Dr 89.3-4

Lamb, John 57.2

Lamb, William, 2nd Viscount Melbourne 48.3; 57.2

Lambe, Sir Matthew 48.3

Lambert, John (surveyor, m. 1725) 51.3

Lambert, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2

Lampert, Mark 84.1 40


lamplighters 42.1; 34.3

Lancaster, Robert

talk 59.4; 60.4

Lane, Caroline 59.3

Lane, Councillor C.W. 30.2

Lane, William 64.3

Langley house 34.3, 4, 5

Langsdale, Simon 91.ins, ins

Lapland 49.1

Larkin, Dorothy 14.2

“I Lived There” 38.1

L 23.2

Larkin, Lena 76.1

Larkin, William 98.3

Laurels, The 63.4

Laurence, Muriel 39.2; 58.2

“Bush Hall 1940-1945” 58.1-3; 59.1

Lawn House 50.3

Lawn Tennis Club 87.4

Lawrence, Alan 49.3

Lawrence, Brian 5.1; 8.1, 2; 9.2; 10.2; 11.2; 13.2; 33.1; 50.4; 51.1; 53.1; 57.1; 67.1, 4; 82.3; 98.ins; 107.1, 6

An Artist's Impression 39.2

“Astwick Manor and Nast Hyde House” 38.1

“Banking in Hatfield” 66.3

on Nina Barnes 105.2

“Beresford Johnson” 36.2

“The Box Factory 1937-1998” 28.2

Chairman HTC 14.1; 17.1; 21.1; 25.1; 26.1; 29.1; 39.1; 49.1

Changing Times 107.6, 7

CM 10.1

display boards 65.3; 66.1; 69.1; 70.1; 71.1; 75.3

“Great Nast Hyde House” 25.2; 60.3

Hatfield Answers the Call 94.ins, ins

Hatfield at War 15.1; 17.1; 18.1; 24.1; 42.2; 102.ins; 103.ins

“Heritage Open Days” 54.1

“Kybes Green” 77.1

Ls 31.2; 62.1; 63.3; 64.2

letter to WH Councillor 59.2

“Long-serving Teachers of Hatfield” 74.2-3

“Looking forward, looking back” 64.3

“Mill Green” 109.4

talks 30.1; 40.2

“Tulips & Tradescant” 53.4

“Victims of War” 32.1-2

Lawrence, Don (DH employee) 78.2; 79.1

The Early Days of de Havilland 94.ins; 100.6

Lawrence, Mr (miller) 46.2, 3

Lawrence, Mr (Park policeman) 12.1

Lawrence, Ted 81.3

Lawson, John (drummer) 49.3

Lawson, John (grocer) 96.3

Le Grain, M. 59.3

Leake, Sir John 49.4

Leaside House 30.2

Lee Bapty, Rosemary 67.4

Lee Valley Water Company 24.1

Leeds, Duke of (1733) 36.1

Leggs Farm 47.3

Lemsford 44.4; 46.2

Lemsford churchyard 44.2

Lemsford Local History Society 100.8; 102.1

Lemsford Mill 46.3 41


Lemsford Road 103.2

and chalk mines 62.3

railway Halt 9.1; 83.2; 90.4; 96.8

Lenihan, Terry 69.1

talk 68.4

Leonard, Miss (teacher) 107.8

Leonard, Rev. Pat 43.2; 76.3

L'Epine, Maria 75.1

Letty Green 87.1

level crossings 4.1; 5.2; 67.2;

Ellenbrook 96.3, 3

Lewer, Alice 109.1

Lewer, Martin 109.1

Lewer, Tite 109.1

Lewer, William 109.1

Lewington, Barry 107.1

Lewis, Dennis 23.1

Lewis, Jim

talk 47.4

Lickman, David

“Hatfield Pop Music Scene in the early 1960s” 99.7-8

Light Railway Act 1896 28.1

Lioncrest Homes 87.ins

listed buildings

Cockaigne Housing Group 50.1; 54.1

Hatfield Court House 35.2

DH 11.2; 53.3; 55.4; 65.2; 70.1; 91.ins

Tudorbethan home 11.2

Workhouse 71.4

Liston, Chris 38.2; 39.2

L 37.1

Little Gaddesden 77.2

Little Nast Hyde 60.3

Little Nuns Brache

Little Rays of Sunshine club 64.3

Littlechild, George 74.4

Livermore, Mrs 13.1; 14.1

Lloyd, John (of Astwick Manor Farm) 34.5; 42.1; 69.4; 79.1

Lloyd, John (Hatfield Parish Council Chairman 1894) 68.1; 69.4

LLoyd, John (city Tobacco merchant) 69.4

Lloyds Bank 12.2; 66.4; 99.6

Lloyds chemist 105.2

Local Government Act 1984 68.1

Local History Days 45.1; 46.1; 52.1

local papers 44.1; 46.4

see also titles

Local Studies Library, Hertford 24.2

Lockhart (wood merchant) 46.2

Lockley, Jack 44.4

Lockley Crescent 44.4

Lodge, Anthony G. 54.2; 65.1

“Great Nast Hyde House” 60.3

London Aeroplane Club 81.3-4; 85.4

London Almanac 108.3-4, 4

London and Westminster Bank 12.2

London Brick Company 109.ins.

London County & Westminster Bank 66.4

London Aeroplane / Flying Club 81.3; 83.4, 4; 85.4; 91.1

London North Eastern Railway (L.N.E.R.) 62.1; 63.3

ticket 90.4

London Regiment 101.2, 2

London Rifle Brigade 101.2 42


London Road girls' school 62.1

London Road C of E school 51.3

girls from 51.3

London Road National School 9.2, 87.1

London Road School 54.4; 87.2

building 69.2; 87.2

Old London Road School 68.3

Lone Star 24.1; 27.1; 28.1; 31.2; 65.1; 99.4

exh 47.1; 51.1

Longfield 79.1

Longmead 74.4; 100.1

Longmore, Col C.E. 55.3

Longmore, Charles 35.1

Lord, Betty 103.1, 1, 2, 2

Lord, Vivienne and Pat 103.1, 2

“Growing up in Birchwood in the 1950s” 103.1-2

Lord Lieutenants

Lord William Cecil Memorial Hall 5.2; 43.2; 67.2

Lothair Villas 5.2; 67.2; 68.1

Louth family 88.1-2

Lovell, G.D. (blacksmith) 45.2; 56.4

Lovell, Mr (of Vicarage) 46.2

lovespoons 21.1

Loyal Excelsior Lodge 14.2; 15.1; 40.1; 41.1

Ludwick Hall 46.4; 47.1

Ludwick Hyde 47.3

Luff, Mrs 67.3

Lusty, Olive 34.5; 64.4

Lyons, Bill 106.3

M

Macdonald, Barbara 25.2

MacKay, G. 34.1

Mackay, Stuart 12.1; 13.1

Maclean, Diane 90.ins

MacMillan Bloedel 28.2

Maddex, Nicholas

talk 55.4; 56.1

Madoc, Ruth 90.1

Magdalen, A.G. 59.3

magistrates court 35.1

Maine, Veronica 6.2

Male Voice Choir, WGC 99.5

Malting Mead 5.2; 34.4; 67.2

maltings 26.1; 69.2

Manfield and Berner maltings 34.4

Manchester 56.2

Manor Court 48.2

Manor House, Baldock 47.2

Manor Road 57.4; 79.1

Mantel, Hilary

Wolf Hall 107.2

maps

1598 102.ins

Inland Revenue 4.1; 6.2; 9.1; 81.3

railway 9.1

Roe Green 7.1

see also Ordance Survey

Mardall, George 69.2

Margaret, H.R.H. Princess 83.4

Marquis of Granby pub 97.1

Marris, Phil 93.ins; 102.ins 43


L 85.7

“The Original Lawn Tennis Club” 87.4

The Ryde Remembered 86.ins

talk 86.ins; 88.ins

Marshall, Mather (Estate Agent) 34.5

Marshall, Mr (Clerk of Works at Hatfield House) 65.3

Marshall, Peter

“A Few More Memories of Hatfield in the '30s and '40s” 57.4

Marshall, Rosemary (née Ewington) 102.2

“Girl Guiding in Hatfield” 76.1-2

L 102.4

“Rifleman Harry Ewington” 102.2-3

Marsham, Rev Thomas 57.2

Marshmoor, Welham Green 75.3

Marshmoor Sidings 96.5, 5

Signal Box 96.5

Marston, Tony 59.4

Marten, William 78.2

Martin, John (Jock) 79.3-4, 3

Martindale, Chris 26.1; 29.1; 35.1; 41.1; 49.1; 53.1; 65.3; 66.1; 69.3-4; 70.2; 94.ins, ins; 102.ins

“BOOM TIME Hatfield 1950s & 1960s” 26.2

Chairman HLHS 77.ins; 84.ins; 89.ins

“Diamond Jubilee Celebrations 1897” 85.2

“Heritage Open Days Weekend” 67.4

“The James Hall Collection” 77.ins

“Kaleidoscope Festival 2008” 70.2

L 55.4

“St Albans South Signal Box Visit” 89.ins

Martindale, Derek 102.ins

“Centenary of the First Day on the Somme” 101.2-3

“Gunner David Page and the HMS Aboukir” 83.ins

“Henry John Broughton Kendall and a town called Kendall” 100.8

Martinware 34.1

Mary, Queen to George V 44.2

Marychurch 67.4

Masefield, Charles 11.1

Maslen, Rev. Charles 18.2

Mason, Rev. Richard 28.2

Massingham, Peter 49.2; 50.4; 51.4; 54.3

Massingham, Teifi 95.ins, ins

Masson, J. 59.3

Maudling, Reginald, MP 79.4

Maynard, C.G., Alderman 82.1

McCarren, Mary Campion

L 61.4

McCowan, Col J.C. (Agent) 82.3; 96.7

McCullough, Edwin 101.4

McIndoe, Archibald 58.3

McKay, Stuart 92.4

McKellar, Quinten 91.1

McKenzie, A.J. 45.2

McLellan, Denise and Richard 99.1, 2

McMullen's Brewery 15.1; 16.2; 17.1; 77.3

advertisement 82.4

McSweeney, Mrs 46.2

McSweeney's Chemist Shop 105.2

Meadow View house 34.4

Mearing, Julie

L 66.1

Megs Garden 105.4

Melbourne, William Lamb, 2nd Viscount 48.3; 57.2; 76.3

Memorial Hall 44


Lord William Cecil 5.2; 43.2; 67.2

old 76.2

tiles 80.ins

memorials

in St Etheldreda’s Chuch 32.2; 34.5; 51.2; 57.2; 75.1; 101.2, 2

St Luke's Church 80.ins

see also war memorials

Menat Trust 60.3

Mendez, Linda 68.4; 102.1, 1; 102.ins

Menzies, Elizabeth A.

Open and Local Justice 34.1; 35.2

talk 34.1; 35.1

Mercer, D.

talk 41.2

Methodist Church

Birchwood 50.2

Oxlease 97.4

Michael, A.C. 99.6

Midland Bank 12.2; 66.4

midwifery

1930s 89.3-4

Miles, Mr (wagonner) 42.1

Miles, Stan (of St Albans) 96.6

Militia 69.2

see also Hertfordshire Militia

Milkwell Field 52.4

Mill Green hamlet 5.2; 7.2; 35.1; 50.1

archaeological/ist post 6.1; 7.1

Mill Cottages 23.1

Old Mill House 23.1

pubs 109.4, 4

see also Green Man pub

stables 104.4

Mill Green Mill 7.2; 34.2; 46.2, 3; 50.1

inscriptions

Mill Green Museum 4.1; 6.1; 15.1; 16.1; 22.1; 33.1; 34.1; 46.1; 50.1; 56.1, 4; 92.ins; 99.5

budget 7.1

exh 45.1; 54.1; 90.1; 100.5

“The Age of Steam” 72.1

“Chocks Away” 88.ins

Comet aircraft 55.1

“Engine of Change” 8.1; 11.1; 25.1; 52.4; 91.ins

New Town 13.1

1950s-60s 34.2; 79.4

River Lea 36.1

Jubilee Garden 50.3; 57.3

Open Days 67.4

opened 23.1

oral recordings 11.1; 25.1; 39.2

photographs 36.1; 46.1

Resources Room 39.2; 43.1; 48.1; 60.1; 61.1, ins

WWI 44.3; 94.ins

WWII 44.3; 77.ins; 78.ins; 94.ins

Mill Green Residents' Association 107.5

Mill Green Trail 38.1; 46.1

Mill Green Trail (Kirby) 24.1; 25.1; 30.2

Mill Green Trust 69.4

Mill House 7.2

Mill Pond 68.2, 3

Millar, Eric 57.22

Miller, D. 59.3

milling 46.3 45


Millington, Gerald

“Banking and Finance in Hatfield” 12.2

Mills, A.R. 31.2

Mills, Gordon 35.1; 46.1

talk 34.1; 35.1

Mills, Pat 109.3

Mills, Victor J. 1.1; 35.2; 37.1

Millwards Park 98.2

Millwrights International 85.6, 6

Mission Hall, Roe Green 16.1

Mission Hall, St Albans Road 55.2, 2

Mitchell, Robert 84.2

Mitsubishi 9.1; 76.2

Mollison, Jim 54.3

Monks Walk school 100.2

Montgolfier, Joseph 98.3

Moo Cow Chapel 34.5; 50.2; 70.2

Moore, Charlie 32.1, 2; 38.2; 45.1; 64.4

Moore, Ernest 50.2

Moore, Frederick Charles 49.4

Moore, Gerald

L 55.2; 105.2

Moore, Henry (sculptor) 46.1

Moore, Julie

talk 93.ins; 94.ins

Moore, Maisie 57.ins

Moore, Marianne (May, née Willmott)) 40.1; 44.2

“No. 80 St Albans Road” poem 32.1-2

Moore, Mary

L 64.2; 65.1

Moore, Victor Frederick 55.2

Moorhouse, Nick

talk 74.ins

Moorlands Cars 68.3

More, Sir Thomas 108.1

Morgan, David 107.5

Morgan, Howard, Mayor 79.4

Morin, Pierre 53.4

Morrel, Walter 48.2

Morris, John 45.4

Morrison, Sir William Garth 100.3, 3

Mortuary 5.2

Mosquito aircraft 36.2; 72.2; 78.4; 93.2-3, 3; 100.6; 104.2

factory 28.2; 30.2

prototype 27.2

Mosquito Aircraft Museum (Salisbury Hall) 11.1; 27.2; 29.2; 30.1; 36.2; 62.2

aircraft on show 27.2

de Havilland Heritage: A History of the Mosquito Aircraft Museum (Birtles) 27.2

Mosquito Appeal Fund 27.2

Mosquitoes band 83.3

Motorcycle Speedway 85.4-5

Mount Pleasant 19.2

Mountstephen, Lord 44.2; 48.3

Move, The (band) 99.6

Mowlems 77.4

Much Hadham 44.4; 46.1

Munch Factory 87.2

Munns, Joseph 73.4

Murdin, Rev William 57.2

Murphy, Flying Officer 83.4

Murray, John 43.2

Music 94.4 , 99.7-8 46


Breaks 82.1

Festival 13.2

Musical Youth (pop group) 90.1

Rumbelow, Sydney, Orchestra 83.3

shops 16.1

Universal Music Company 99.7, 7, 8

see also bands

Musical Youth (pop group) 90.1

Musman, Ernest Brander 81.4

Myers, John 103.ins

N

Naden, J. 51.3

Naden, Marion 80.ins

Naden, Tim 34.4

Nags Head Pub 81.4, 4; 97.1

Nairn, C. 86.2

Napier, Sir Charles 97.3

Napsbury Hospital 60.3

Nash, Vicky 75.3

Nashe, Kit 56.3

Nason, Frederick George 29.1-2

Nason, Michael F.C.

L29.2

Nast Hyde Estate 60.3

Nast Hyde Halt, Ellenbrook 21.2; 83.2; 96.3, 3, 7; 83.2; 98.1, ins

Nast Hyde Road 60.3

National Army Museum 97.2

National Health Service 71.4

Area Health Authority 17.2

National Insurance Office 67.3

National Omnibus Transport Company 5.2

garage 67.2

National Provincial Bank 66.4

National School 9.2; 87.1

see also London Road School

National School for Boys 5.2; 67.2

National Trust Industrial Heritage 69.1

National Union of Railwaymen (NUR) 87.2

National Westminster Bank 66.4

NatWest 96.ins

Navigation Beacon 62.2, 2, 3; 63.1; 78.1; 83.4, 4; 85.4; 91.1

Neale, Rev. William 57.2

Neale, Sydney 45.2

Neeles House 79.1

New Barnfield 84.1

library 76.2

waste incinerator 76.2; 84.ins; 104.4

New Briars School 60.2; 89.1

New Civil Engineer 60.2

New Fiddle pub 91.2, 2, 3

New House, Fore Street 97.1

New Town, Hatfield 6.2; 20.2; 45.1; 66.4; 103.4

map 3.1; 6.2; 95.ins

New Town / Newtown Project 1.1; 2.1

brochure 3.1; 4.1; 5.1; 6.1; 7.1; 9.1; 10.1; 13.1

exhibition 12.1; 13.1

map 3.1

New Towns Commission 30.2; 67.2; 76.3; 77.4

Newsome, John 30.1

newspapers, Hertfordshire 73.4

see also titles 47


Newton, Thomas 57.2

Newton, William 57.2

Newtown 1.1; 44.1, 4; 45.1; 46.2; 109.4, ins.

Cemetery / Churchyard see St Luke’s Church

Next Generation Club 67.4

Reading Room & Social Club see separate entry

Newtown Church see St Luke's Church

Newtown House 105.2

school 59.3-4; 64.1

Newtown Primary / Junior School 40.2; 62.1; 107.8

1936-39 106.ins

1939-1942 107.7-8, 8

Nicholas family 67.3

Nicholls, Marion 6.2

Nickson, Theo 79.4

nightingales 21.2

1950s & 1960s Hatfield 26.2; 34.2

Nissen Huts 45.3

Nivea Cream Factory 66.3; 105.2

Nixon, W.E. 20.1; 30.2

Nobbs, Corp. William V., letter, 1916 101.3

Noelle, Robyn

L 100.8

Norris, Henry 35.2

North, Thomas 92.2-3

North Mymms / Mimms 17.2; 68.2

convicts 73.4

Park 36.1; 39.2

Red Hall Farm 74.1

workhouse 71.1

North Mymms Local History Society 41.2

website 60.1

North Mymms Manor House 25.2; 36.1

tour 38.1

North Place 57.2

North Road 5.1

North Weald Aerodrome 62.2, 3

Northaw 17.2

Northcotts 57.2; 63.2; 96.3

clinic 96.3, 4

Northcotts house, Fore Street 96.3

Northwold house 58.1

Norton Grinding Wheels 66.3

“Nostalgia” (poem; Beckwith) 53.4

Notcutts garden centre 79.2; 85.4, 5; 86.1

Nowakowski, Marian 82.4

nursery school 103.4

Nutley House 38.2

O

Oak View school 95.1

Oakley, Tom 10.2

Tom Oakley, demolition contractors 10.2; 62.3

“Odd Cottage” 24.2

Oddfellows 14.2; 15.1; 40.1; 41.1

Odell, Jack 31.2

Odeon Cinema see Hatfield Cinema 103.2

Offord, Donald 49.3

O'Hogan, Ambrose 2.1; 3.1

Old Farm 49.4; 50.4

Old Fiddle pub 30.2; 66.3

Old French Horn Lane 34.3-5 48


Old Hall 60.3

Old Hatfield / Old Town 64.3; 65.3, 4

history boards 65.1; 66.1; 69.1; 71.1

unveiled 75.3

walk 19.1; 66.1

Walk Around Old Hatfield (Brown) 24.1; 25.1

Old Hatfield Residents Association 99.5

picnic 98.ins, ins

Old Hertford Road 5.2; 67.2

Porthleven house 44.3

Old Leys 104.4

Old London Road School 68.3

Old Palace / Bishop's Palace 46.2; 47.4; 49.4; 55.3 ; 60.3; 62.1; 81.2; 106.2

nursing training 58.1

Duke of Wellington’s tablet 46.2

Youth Club 95.4

Old Place (North Place) 57.2

Old Rectory 34.1, 5

Old Rectory Drive 67.2

Old Rectory Lodge 34.5

Old St Albans Road 67.2

Old Stone House pub 86.ins

Old Warden 55.1

Old Workhouse Yard 69.2

Olding, Jack 58.3

see also Jack Olding’s factory

Oliver, B.H. (Bertie; headmaster) 12.1; 50.2, 2; 57.4; 68.4 ; 74.2-3

Oliver, Mrs (teacher) 74.3

Oliver, Rosemary 58.2

Olley, F.C.

“The Poor Old Great Eastern Railway” 52.3

Olympics and Cultural Olypiad 84.ins; 86.ins

One Bell pub 14.2;29.2; 61.4; 64.3; 77.3; 91.3; 95.3; 106.3

“One Fine Day” (song) 99.7

Onslow, John 79.4

Onslow, Sir Fulk 34.1

Onslow School 67.2

Onslow St Audrey's School 90.ins

WWI exh 96.ins, ins

oral history recordings 1.1; 2.1; 3.1; 4.1; 5.1; 6.1; 7.1; 9.1; 12.1; 24.1

archived 11.1; 18.1l; 25.1; 33.1; 39.2

Hatfield voices” 45.1

Mill Green Museum 11.1; 25.1; 39.2

1997 group 26.2; 27.1

tapes 25.1

purchase 19.1

2005 57.1; 59.1

2007 66.1

Ordnance Survey 99.1

Landranger Sheet (166) 99.2

maps 4.1

1879 98.2

1880 89.1

1898 89.2

1919 82.3

1924 89.2

triangulation pillars 99.1-2. 1; 100.7

Ormesby-Gore, Mrs 58.2

Our Hatfield website see under Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Owers, C.L.

L 41.1

Owers family 60.3 49


Oxlease 104.4

Bridge 95.3; 96.5

Oxlease Methodist Church 97.4

Oxley, Jenny

talk 81.ins

Oxton, Phillip 25.2

P

Packham, Mike

talk 53.4; 54.4

Padget, Bob 77.3

Padget, Mary 44.1

death 66.3

Dreams Come True 46.4

“Forgotten Sounds of Old Roe Green” 21.2

“Gratitude” 46.4

L 62.1

“To Church in Lapland” 49.1

“Whitegates” 58.4

Padgett, Mrs 45.2

Padget, T.L. (Tom) 58.4; 74.2, 3

Page, David 84.ins

Page, J.M. (Jim) 52.1

“Re: Newsletter No. 95 December 2014” 96.7

talks 51.4; 52.1, 4; 56.4; 59.4

Pallett, Barbara and Den 74.4

Palmer, Caroline 95.1, 2

Palmer, Jacqueline 109.1, 2

Palmer, Michael 109.2

Palmerston, Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount 48.3; 57.2

burial place 55.3

Pankhurst, Beryl 58.3

Pankhurst, Fanny Elizabeth 109.2, 3

Pankhurst, Henry John 109.2

Pankhurst, Martha 57.3

Pankhurst, Terry 8.2; 69.4; 81.4

Chairman HTC 10.1; 13.1; 59.1; 61.1; 65.1; 69.1

CM 54.1; 57.1

family 19.1; 18.1; 57.3

“Hatfield Aerodrome Navigation Beacon” 62.2

on Hogs Yeotham 80.2

“Our Future” 69.3

“Pepper Hall” 57.3

“The Rabbit Hole” 61.2

talks 18.1; 19.1; 59.4; 60.4; 75.ins

“Tenuous Connection to Downs Farm” 109.2-3

When the Bombs Dropped 77.ins

Pankhurst, William 57.3

Pankhurst, Winfield (Winifred) 109.2-3

Panshanger Estate 50.4

Airfield 70.2; 81.4

House 93.4, ins

oak tree 93.4, 4; 93.ins, ins

Park 92.ins; 93.4, ins

stable block 92.ins; 93.ins

Panter, A. (organist) 101.2

Panter, Pte Gordon M. 101.2

Panter, Mr (railway clerk) 101.2

Panter, Mrs E. 45.2

paper making 47.3; 67.1/3

paper mill

Pardoe, Mark Andrew 50


talks 69.4; 70.4; 96.ins; 97.ins

Parish Church see St Etheldreda's Church

Parish Magazine 14.2; 16.1

1892 19.2

1912 97.ins

1914 84.ins; 100.8

1916, letters from WWI 101.3

1921 63.2

1938 40.1

WWI letters 104.ins

Park Close 77.1; 90.3

Park Lodge 96.7

Park Street 45.4; 46.3; 51.3; 84.ins; 94.2

No. (1) 45.3

cottages 106.3

Duck Lane 25.2; 26.1

flood, 1878 68.2-3

residents 68.1; 106.2

shops 34.4

Vicar's House 9.2, 2

Park Street Chapel 17.1; 18.2, 2; 19.1; 36.2; 94.2; 109.ins.

burials 77.1; 90.3

foundation stone laid 51.3

headstone inscriptions listed 90.3

removal of graves 90.2-3

Rev. George Garlick 71.2

Park Villas 76.ins

Parker, Anne Marie

talk 43.4; 44.3

Parker, Jim 53.3; 55.1; 56.3; 79.1

CM 45.1; 57.1

L 58.4

“Save the Beacon” 62.3

“Summer Outing” 46.1

Parkway School 73.2

Parrott, George (of Congregational Church) 109.ins.

Parrott, George (lamplighter) 42.1

Parrott, Maisie 48.2

Parrot, Thomas 109.1

Parry, Wendy 22.1

talks 13.1; 24.2; 25.1

Parsonage Farm 77.4; 99.1

Past on Your Doorstep, The 56.1, 4

Pasture View 100.7

patchwork/collage 5.1; 6.2

Pateman, Mr (butcher) 106.3

Payne, Edwin 96.ins

Payne, Sgt James 63.2

Payne, T.G.S. 59.3

Payne's (printers) 66.2

pea picking 46.3

Pearce, David

talk 61.4; 62.4

“Pearl in the Oyster” sculpture 84.1-2, ins, 2; 85.7, 7; 103.ins

Pearson, John 80.ins

talk 63.4; 64.4; 65,1

Peartree Farm 54.4

Pennington, John

CM 10.1; 17.1; 21.1; 45.1

Pepper Alley / Hall 57.3; 109.2

Pepys, Samuel 107.2

Percival, Capt. A.E. 101.3 51


Perkins, Robin

talk 35.1; 36.2

Perks, Marjorie 58.2

Perry, J. 45.2

Peters, Sandra 82.3

Peters, W. E. (Bill) 82.3

Peters, William 82.3

Petit's (grocery's) 59.1

Petty Sessional Court House 68.4; 96.4

Phillips, Dorothy 58.2

Phipp, Nathaniel 97.1

Phipps-Jones, Rev. D.E. 90.3

photographs and slides 8.1

Aerofilms 89.ins

historic photos exhibition 102.1, 4

James Hall Collection 78.ins

Kingdon’s 11.1; 20.1; 22.1; 23.1; 26.2; 35.1

Mill Green Museum 36.1; 46.1

photo-history project, WGC 1.1

Wright’s 86.ins; 98.ins; 104.3

Pickard, Margery 81.1

Pickett family 43.3

Pictorial History of Hatfield 19.1

Pike, Geoffrey 58.4

Pilot, The 70.4

Pinder, Frank 34.4

Pinhorn, Malcolm

L 50.4; 51.3

Pinna, Antonio 88.2

Pitman, Frederick 69.3

Pizza Hut 34.3; 67.2

plague pit 89.1-2

Platelayers Arms 64.3

Plumb, John 80.1, 1

Plumer, Daphne70.3

Plumer, General Sir Herbert Charles Onslow 70.3

Plumer, Lady Constance 70.3

Plumer, Rosemary 70.3

Plumer, Thomas Hall Rokeby, 2nd Viscount Plumer 70.3

Plumme, Viscount 97.4

Plummer, David John 49.3

“Poets House” 78.2; 79.1; 80.2

oven 79.1

Police Force, County, see County Constabulary

Police Station Cottages 49.3

Police Stations

Ivy Cottage, Hatfield’s first 44.4

Goldings, 1880s 5.2; 34.4; 79.3; 103.4, 4; 105.2, 2

St Albans Road 5.2; 48.1; 71.4;

demolished 79.3

former DH building 70.1; 75.1

policing, 1960s 79.3-4

Polytechnic, Hatfield 20.2; 21.2

see also Technical College; University of Hertfordshire

Pond Hill 34.4; 48.4, 4; 64.1; 67.3

flood 68.2, 3

Ponfery, Mr (teacher) 40.2

Poole, Brian 103.2

Poor Law 46.2; 71.1

Commissioners 17.2

pop music 96.6; 99.7-8

see also bands 52


Popefield Farm 86.1

Popes Farm 90.4

Poplars house, Bull Stag Green 42.1; 87.4

Porter, Leonard 9.2, 2

Porter, Phillip 10.2

on Park Street graves 9.2-3

talks 45.2; 46.4; 51.4; 69.4; 70.4

Porthleven house 44.3

Post Office 102.2

flood, 1878 68.2-3

General Post Office (GPO) 100.7

postcards

St Etheldreda's Church 97.ins

WWI 31.2; 93.4

Pot-Pourri of local history 8.1; 10.1

Potter, Beatrix 107.2

Potterell, Dick 45.4

Potterill, T. 73.4

Potters Bar Railway Station 96.5

poultry 53.1-2

Povey, Mrs 106.2

Powell, Mark 47.3; 67.3

Powell, Mervyn (photographer) 66.2; 106.3

Poynter, Mr (fruiterer) 42.1

Poynton, T.R. 49.4

prefabs 62.1; 63.3; 64.2

Prentice, Mr and Mrs 70.4

Presland, Bill 42.1

Press, Diana 79.4

Price, A. 59.3

Price, Chase, MP 47.2

Price, Dick 78.3

Price, G.W. 59.3

Price, Ron 20.1; 87.2; 88.4; 98.4; 106.2

Price, Sylvia

“Living in Old Hatfield late 1940s to early 1950s” 106.2-3, 3

Prime, G. Austin 51.3

L 59.1

Prime, Harold 51.3

Prime, Wilfred 51.3

Primrose Cottages 4.1; 49.3; 66.1; 67.2

built 5.2; 37.2

flying bomb, 1944 13.2; 57.4; 58.3; 67.2; 68.4; 76.3

Primrose League 65.3

Prince of Wales pub 38.2; 45.1

Prior, Arthur 92.3

Prior, Mr (Roe Green) 21.2

Prior Reed pubs 10.2

Priory House 66.2; 89.2

prisoners of war 55.4

Gloistein 56.3

Italian 108.2

Pinna 88.2

Proctor, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2

Propeller Post 43.4

Prosser, Lee

talk 45.2; 46.4

Protz, Roger 99.6

Providence Place 76.ins

Pryke, Mr 40.1; 41.1

Pryor, Alfred (brewer, 1815) 45.4

Pryor, Alfred (brewer, 1878) 68.2, 3 53


Pryor, Edward Vickris 91.2

Pryor, Geoffrey 91.2, 3

Pryor, Winifred 91.2

Pryor Brewery, Baldock 91.4

Pryor family 12.2

Pryor Reid Brewery 12.2; 45.4; 66.4; 91.2-3

beer 91.3-4; 93.1; 99.6; 102.1; 109.4

East Indian Chief 97.1-2, 3

Public Hall 63.2; 66.2; 68.4; 71.3; 76.3; 83.3; 86.2, 3; 105.2

cinema 57.4

Christmas parties 108.ins

public library

(1878) 68.3

see also Hatfield Library

Public Records Office, London 17.2

Pubs and Publicans (W.E.A.) 77.3; 78.3; 80.2

puddingstone 48.2; 50.3; 51.2

pumping station 5.2; 7.2

Puttocks Oak 4.1; 5.2; 16.2; 49.3; 67.2

Puttocks Oak Cottages 67.2

Pye Piccadilly records 99.7-8

Pyke, Richard 101.1

Q

QE2 Hospital 64.3; 96.ins, ins

Quakers

bankers 12.2; 66.4

brewers 91.2

Tapestry 6.2

Queens Head pub 91.4

Queensway 67.2; 86.ins

Quickswood manor-house 47.2

clock 47.2

quiz 55.4; 56.3

R

Raban, Rev. Samuel 18.2

radio beacon 80.4

Radio Maintenance Company 16.1

radio programmes 103.2

radio shops 16.1

radio station, secret 100.7

Radio Times 82.1

RAF see Royal Air Force

Rag and Bone Man 96.3

railway 14.2; 15.2; 24.2; 64.3; 96.3, 5-6

accident 48.4; 49.3

Branch Line booklet 72.1, 4; 73.1

commuters 28.1-2;29.2

construction 75.3

Eastern Counties Railways 52.3

footbridge 57.4

Great Eastern Railway 52.23

Great Northern Railway see separate entry

Hatfield-Kings Cross line 28.2

Hatfield-St Albans line see separate entry

Ian Allan ABC Locospotter's Book 96.4

Light Railway Act 1896 28.1

maps 9.1; 19.2

Marshmoor Sidings 96.5, 5

1903 48.1

workers 24.2; 57.4; 62.1; 67.3; 75.3 54


WWII 72.1/3

see also bridges, railway; Hatfield Railway Station; level crossings; St Albans South Signal Box; trains

Railway Cottages 19.1; 48.4; 49.3; 96.3

Railway Mission 17.1; 19.1

Railway Mission Hall 55.2

Randall / Randell, Robert Brian 43.4; 45.4

Rank Xerox 87.3

Ransome, Terry

talk 83.ins; 84.ins

Ranters Row 42.2

Rawle, Caroline 36.1

Rawson, Luke 46.3; 48.2

Reading Room & Social Club (Recreation Room), Newtown 14.2; 15.2; 81.ins; 86.2

in 1892 Parish Magazine 19.2

Real Tennis 52.2; 54.1

Club 50.1; 51.1

rules 52.3

Record Office see County Record Office, Hertford

Recreation Ground 79.3

Rectory 34.1

flood, 1878 68.2

Red Cross 58.1; 62.4

Red Hall Farm, North Mimms 74.1

Red Lion bridge 57.ins; 67.2; 71.3

Red Lion field 56.5

Red Lion public house / Hotel 17.1; 66.2; 67.2; 73.2; 83.3; 87.4

Cranborne Rooms 64.1; 65.1; 106.2, 3

Reddington, D.

talk 32.1

Redman, Bob

talk 80.ins

Redman, Nicholas 55.1

Redmond, Bob

talk 79.ins

Reed, Loise

talk 80.ins

Reed, Mary Ann (Nurse) 89.3-4

Reed Pond 26.1; 68.2

Reeve, R.W. 30.2

Reeves, Ada 79.1

Reeves, Alf 42.1

Reeves, Fred 33.1

Reeves, Mrs (of Mill Green) 104.4

Reeves, Pte. Henry 99.6

Reeves, Rene 79.1

Regent Cinema see Hatfield Cinema

Registrar’s Office 16.1

Reid, Ethel 91.2

Reid, Leonard 98.4

Reid, Percy 45.4; 91.2-3

family 91.2

Reider, Frank R. 88.2

Relph, George 59.1

Remembrance Day 63.2

Repton, Humphrey 93.ins

Reynolds, Chris

“Harpsfield Hall” 105.3

talk 73.4; 74.ins

Reynolds, George 92.2, 2

Rhind, Lottie 65.3

Rhodes, Christine 102.2, 4

Richardson, Albert 30.2 55


Richardson, Heather 25.1; 65.1; 68.4; 95.ins, ins; 102.1

CM 63.1; 69.1; 81.ins

Richardson, J. 59.3

Richardson, Maurice 21.1; 25.1; 29.1; 33.1; 41.1; 63.1; 72.1

“Hatfield's Old Chalk Mines” 59.2

“World War II and the aftermath” 72.1/3

Richardson, Robert

Bellringer Street 107.3-4

Richardson, W.J. 51.3; 106.2

Richardson of Park Street (builder) 19.2

Richardsons (Builders Merchant, Broadway) 56.4; 106.2

Richardson's (drapers) 99.4

Richardsons (haberdashers) 51.2

Richmond Cottages 30.2

Ridgeway, Mrs 58.2

Rifle Brigade 102.2-3

Rigby, Carol 36.1

Rights of Way 19.1; 28.1; 45.1; 89.2

1st 17.1; 24.2

3rd 35.1; 46.2

Riseley, Martin 60.4

Rising Sun public house 5.2; 67.2; 68.3-4; 73.1

River Lea 36.1; 84.4; 98.2, 3; 103.1

River Mimram 93.4

Roberts, Ted 30.1, 2

Robertson, Jack 43.2

Robin Hood pub; 45.1

in WWI 16.2

Robinson, Janet Hope (née Tingey) 89.4, 4

Family Matters 105.ins; 106.ins

“The Hatfield Pirates” 86.2-3

L 24.2; 45.4; 51.3; 56.4; 64.1, 4; 75.2; 81.2; 82.4

“Nurse Reed and 1930s Midwifery” 89.3-4

talks 27.1; 28.1; 29.1; 33.1; 104.ins; 105.ins

The Tingeys of Hatfield 39.2

Robinson, Mr (curate) 43.3

Robinson, Mr (dairyman) 42.1

Robinson, Richard (clerk to Boteler Charity) 47.3

Roche Products 66.3

Rock Around the Block (book) 84.4, 4; 85.8, 8, ins; 86.2; 88.4; 95.ins; 99.7

Rock Around the Block (film) 94.4

Rodney Court 74.4; 75.1, 1

Roe, Cathy

L 84.ins

Roe Green 42.1

allotments 21.2

Chapel 21.2; 46.4

Dells 61.2

maps 7.1

Mission Hall/Room 16.1; 97.3-4

shopping parade 105.2

sounds 21.2

The Story of Roe Green (W.E.A.) 61.2; 88.1

Tingeys 27.1; 33.2; 56.34

Whitegates 58.4

Women's institute 97.3-4, 4

Roe Green Farm 103.4

Roe Green Lane 21.2; 65.1

Roe Hill Pavilion 97.4

Roe Hill playing fields 99.6

Roe Stock 61.2

Roebuck pub 97.1 56


Rogers, Harry 57.4

Rogers, Mike

talk 37.1

Rolfe, Mr and Mrs (hairdressers) 106.3

Rolph, Ernest George 49.3

Rolph, George 48.4; 49.3

Rolph, Herbert 48.4; 49.3

Roman Baths 6.1; 87.1

Romans 87.1; 106.4

Romany travellers 44.2; 75.3, 3

Rook, Tony

talks 63.4; 64.1; 65.4; 66.2; 71.2; 76.ins

Rose Cottage, Bull Stag Green 105.1

Roseleigh, Ellenbrook 60.3

Ross, Mary 69.2

Round Wood 77.2, 3; 78.4

Rover Diamond 34.4

Rowan, Sylvia

L 49.4

Rowe, Anne

talks 58.4; 88.ins; 89.ins; 90.ins; 100.5; 102.ins

Rowlatt, P.T. 87.4

Royal Aeronautical Society 20.2

Royal Air Force

Air Training Corps 15.2

Battle of Britain 99.6, 6; 100.7

Benevolent Fund 27.2

Camp, Mill Green 30.2

Flying School 13.1; 98.4

Royal Commission on the Aged Poor 71.4

Royal Engineers 9.2; 23.2

Royal Tank Regiment 9.2; 101.4

Royal Victoria Hospital, Welwyn 58.1

Royal visit, 1909 55.2, 3

Royds, Fanny 69.4

Royds, Henry John

Ruby, Jenny

talk 50.4

Rule, Fiona 109.2

Rumbelow, Millicent 70.3; 76.1; 77.2; 79.ins; 106.3

Rumbelow, Sydney 56.4; 79.ins; 99.7

Orchestra 83.3

shops 16.1

Rumbold, T. 73.4

Rumney, “Chin” 50.2

Runaway Boys 83.2

Russell family 5.2

Ruttledge, Dennis 15.1; 17.1

Ryde, The 57.ins; 58.1, 4; 87.4

Ryde Field 13.2

Ryde Remembered, The (Marris) 86.ins

Ryde School 79.4

Ryder, Joan 9.2

Ryder, Samuel 9.2

Ryder's Seed Trial Ground 9.2

Rye House 85.4

S

Sabey, Alan

L 43.4

Sackville West, Lady Mary 46.3

Sainsbury, Lt-Col J.D. 19.1 57


The Hertfordshire Regiment - An Illustrated History 69.2

talks 18.1; 50.4

Salisbury, 1st Earl of, Robert Cecil 48.2; 52.4

Salisbury, 2nd Earl of, William Cecil 26.1; 48.2; 52.4

Salisbury, 6th Countess of, Elizabeth Keet 47.2

Salisbury, 6th Earl of, James Cecil 45.4; 47.2

Salisbury, 7th Earl of, James Cecil 47.2; 99.5

Salisbury, 1st Marchioness of, Emily Mary Hill 96.2

death 45.4; 46.3

Salisbury, 1st Marquess of, James Cecil 17.2; 43.3; 71.1

Salisbury, 2nd Marchioness of, Frances Mary Gascoyne 46.3; 47.2

Salisbury, 2nd Marquess of, James Gascoyne-Cecil 43.3; 69.2

and Duke of Wellington 46.3

Salisbury, 3rd Marchioness of, Georgina 14.2; 15.2; 16.1; 81.ins; 85.2, ins

Salisbury, 3rd Marquess of, Robert Cecil 5.2; 34.3, 5; 37.2; 49.3; 63.4; 67.2; 69.3; 80.ins; 81.2; 85.2; 98.3

in House of Lords 68.1

and Militia 69.2

and railway 28.1-2

statue 48.1

Salisbury, 4th Marchioness, Cicely Alice Gore 54.4; 55.3; 58.1, 3, 4; 96.7

Salisbury, 4th Marquess of, James Cecil 43.2; 44.3; 58.3; 69.3; 81.ins; 82.2; 87.4, ins; 106.1

BBC interview 94.1-2

memorial to nephews 32.3

on Royal visit 55.3

and tank 9.2; 94.1;-2; 101.4

and War Memorial 13.2; 22.2; 63.2-3

Salisbury, 5th Marchioness of, Elizabeth Vere Cavendish 82.1; 85.3

Salisbury, 5th Marquess of, Robert Cecil 23.1; 63.2; 85.3

Golden Wedding 43.1

Salisbury, 6th Marquess of, Robert Gascoyne Cecil

death 50.3

Salisbury, 7th Marquess of, Robert Michael James Gascoyne-Cecil 94.1, 1; 101.4; 102.1, 1, 4

Salisbury Arms Hotel 66.4l 107.3

Salisbury Crest Hotel, Essendon 109.ins.

Salisbury Estate

bungalows 56.6

see also Gascoyne Cecil Estate

Salisbury Hall 27.2

DH and 27.2; 36.2; 105.ins

Mosquito Aircraft Museum 11.1; 27.2; 29.2; 30.1; 36.2; 62.2

Salisbury Hotel 48.1; 51.2; 83.3

Salisbury Square 11.1; 37.2; 45.4; 65.4

flooded, 1878 68.3

Militia 34.3; 69.2

old 34.3; 62.2, 3

picnics 97.ins; 98.ins, ins

shops 16.1; 38.2

Salisbury Village 59.2; 79.2

street names 105.4

Salmon, Bill 30.1; 82.1; 83.1; 103.2

Salmon, Rose 82.1; 103.2

Salvation Army 17.1

Citadel 19.1

Hall 78.3; 107.7

Samways, Angela

L 58.4

Sankey, Frank 73.1

Sarson, Bernard 99.5

Sault, Joseph E. 70.4

Savage, Ernest J. 34.5

Savill, Ernest 44.4

Saving Private Ryan (film) 77.3 58


Sawmills 46.3; 98.2, 3

Hatfield Oak 50.3

Streader's 56.4

Say, Rev. David 28.2

Scarborough, Peggy 86.2

School Lane 5.2; 67.2

Schroder, John 99.7

Scott, Charles 54.3

Scott, G.W. 86.3

Scott, W. 73.4

Scout Association 100.1-4

see also Wolf Cubs

Scout Groups 75.3; 100.1-3

County Rally 100.4

Gang Show 100.2

Hatfield & District 100.1-3

badge 100.2

1st Hatfield 100.1-3

2nd Hatfield/ 1st Brookmans Park 100.1, 3

World Scout Jamboree 100.4

Scout Hut 76.2; 100.1

Scrope, John 98.3

sculpture

Moore 46.1

“Pearl in the Oyster” 84.1-2, 1, 2; 85.7, 7; 103.ins

UH 90.ins

Sear, Miss (cook) 58.3, 4

Searancke, Francis Carter 45.3-4

Searancke, John 44.3

Searancke, Mary 69.2

Searancke (Serin), Thomas 45.3-4

Searancke Brewery 45.4

Searle, A.E. 59.3

Sears, Mrs 106.3

Seattle, Washington 104.1

Selby Church, Sir William 68.1; 70.2

Sellers, Peter 43.2

Selwyn 45.1

Selwyn Avenue 95.3; 96.3

Service, John 109.3

Seymour, Lady Katherine 97.4

Shackleton, Jean 58.2

Shacklock, Alan 99.6

Shambrook, J. 73.4

Shannon, Del 107.1

Shapps, Grant, MP 61.2; 70.2, 2; 79.4; 87.ins, ins; 91.1; 101.4

Sharp family 74.2

Sharpe, Albert J. 88.2

Sharples, John 66.4

Sharples, Tuke, Lucas & Seebohm bank 12.2; 65.4; 66.4

Shearing, George 76.4

Sheehan, John Raymond 59.3

Sheehan, Lavinia 59.3

Sheehan, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2

Sheehan, Prof. John 59.3

Sheehan-Dare, Caroline 59.3

Sheehan Dare, J.R. 70.4

Sheepcote Mead 105.4

Sheerman, Dick 106.3

Sheldrake, Miss H.A. 64.4, 4

Shenley military hospital 59.1

Shephard, J.C. 45.2 59


Shepherd, Bert 106.3

Sheppard, William 24.2

Sheriff's shop 66.2

Sherrard, Eric 8.2; 9.1; 15.1; 52.1

Chairman HTC 2.1; 10.1; 91.ins

death 91.ins

talks 8.1; 11.1; 38.2; 39.1; 40.1; 43.4; 44.3; 44.3; 45.1; 47.4; 49.2

“Hatfield's first commuters?” 28.1-2

on Hatfield from 1900 40.1

Sherrard, Pat 14.1; 18.1; 20.1; 21.1; 26.1; 41.1; 45.1; 53.1; 61.1

death 79.2, ins

Sherrardswood school 103.4

Sherriff, Arthur 53.2

Sherriff, Miss M. 97.4

Sherriff, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.3

Sherriff, Walter 53.2

Sherriff's Brewery 91.2

Sherriff's farm 53.1-2

Shillito, H. 65.3

Shipton, Colin 99.7, 8

Shredded Wheat Factory 66.3

Silos 56.2

Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden AErodrome 54.3; 55.1

Sibthorpe, Coningsby 36.1

silk winding 71.1

Silver Jubilee, King George V 45.4

Sim, William George 53.3

Simkins, Edmund 109.2

Simkins, James 109.2

Simkins, Mary 109.2

Simmons (bakers) 44.4; 57.ins; 106.3; 107.1, 1

Simmons, R.C. 30.2

Simmons, Reginald (baker) 44.4; 86.3

Simonshyde 105.4

Sims, David

talk 63.4; 64.4

Sims, Joy 39.2; 42.2

Sinclair, James 84.ins; 105.3

Sinclair, L.F.C.

L 48.4

Sinclair, Lindsay (of Tollgate Farm) Spinney, Chantry Lane 61.2; 77.4; 105.3

Sinclair family 105.3

Singh, Jasdeep 97.2-3

Sir Philip Howard School 86.ins

Skeggs, Jane 13.2

Skeggs, Peggy 38.2; 60.2

L 75.2

“Women in de Havilland 1949-1960” 65.2

Skeggs, Pte. Albert Edward

Skeggs, Rube 21.2

Skidmore, Gill 99.3

Skips Grove 100.2, 3

Skylon 83.3

Sloan, Doreen 92.2, 2

Smallford 83.2; 86.1; 94.4

radio station 100.7

Speedway 85.4-5, 5

Smallford Railway Group 102.1

Smallford Railway Station 90.4, 4; 92.2-3, 3; 96.6, 6, 8, 8

film 96.8

Stationmaster 92.2-3

Smallford Residents Association 96.8; 98.1 60


smallpox 49.2

Smith, Alice 88.2

Smith, Barry and June 75.3

Smith, Charlie 109.ins.

Smith, Doreen 106.ins

Smith, E. 86.2

Smith, Garnet 42.1; 79.1

Smith, Hilda 54.4; 55.2

Smith, Hopkin 54.4; 55.2

Smith, Jim 9.2

Smith, John & Sons 96.2

Smith, John Holmes 53.3

Smith, Lynn 2.1; 5.1; 6.1; 10.1

Smith, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2

Smith, Mr (Senior Deacon) 109.ins.

Smith, Ralph 9.2; 109.ins.

Smith, Ronald

talk 68.4; 69.1

Smith, Russell 96.2

Smith, Sue, W.P.C. 46.4

Smith, Thomas 69.2

Smollett, Tobias

Humphrey Clinker 107.2

snow 108.ins

Social/Trades Union & Labour Club 96.4

Society of Model Aeronautical Engineers 83.4

Somme, battle 56.3; 101.4-3

South Midlands Co-op Community Awards Scheme 18.1

Southway Road 104.4

Spanish Civil War 15.2

Sparks, Lynne 107.6, 6

Spavins, John 106.4

Speaight, F.W. (architect) 44.3; 49.4; 50.4; 51.3; 107.5

Speaight, Robert (actor) 86.3

Speedway 85.4-5

Spigot mortars 61.2

Spinney, Chantry Lane 61.2; 89.1, 1

Spirella 59.4

Sports & Community Awards 102.ins

Spring Glen 19.1

Spring Villas 34.5; 59.3

St Albans 59.2; 60.3; 96.ins

Beer Festival 99.6

City Hospital 58.1

Co-op Dairy 103.4

court house 35.2

music groups 99.7, 8

talk 46.4

Verulamium 87.1; 96.ins

see also Hatfield – St Albans branch line

St Albans Abbey 76.1

St Albans Radio Station 100.7

St Albans Road 30.1; 35.1, 2; 38.2; 40.2; 42.2; 48.1; 51.3; 66.2; 67.2; 73.3; 75.2; 78.3; 107.1

bombing 45.3

Corner Houses 34.4

Cottages 57.3

Gracemead 23.2

Newtown House 59.3-4

no.s (1-6) 56.4

no. (80; poem) 32.1-2

no. (101) 56.4

no.s (110-120) 56.4, 4 61


St Albans Road East

Church Row 23.2

Police Station 34.4; 79.3

shops 51.2; 66.4

St Albans South Signal Box 88.ins, ins; 89.ins, ins

St Audrey's Care Home 105.2

blind residents 95.3

St Audrey's house 70.3

St Audrey's School 57.4; 62.1; 76.4

air raids 74.2

bell 9.2

built 87.2

and County Show 12.1

Elementary 87.2

flying bomb, 1944 13.2; 57.4; 58.3; 67.2; 68.4; 76.3

gardening 50.2; 55.2, 2

girls joined, 1924 51.3

Headmaster 74.2-3

named,1924 34.4

1928 87.2

orchestra 51.3

reunion 48.1

staff 57.4; 58.4; 68.4

Violet Godfrey 73.2

and WWI 42.2

St Etheldreda's Church (parish church) 65.3; 68.3; 73.2

bellringers 32.1

bells 96.1-2, 2; 106.2

Brocket Chapel 32.2

carillon 96.1-2, 1; 101.1

clock 96.1-2; 101.1

choir 88.3; 95.3-4

Church Hall 34.4

documents burned 17.2

in fiction 107.3

film 101.1

flood 68.2

fundraising 101.4, 4; 102.1; 102.ins

graveyard 61.3; 107.3

Guides in 76.1

HLHS visit 34.1; 84.ins; 96.1-2, 2; 101.1

interments 75.1

memorials 34.5; 51.2; 57.2; 75.1

war 32.2; 101.4, ins, ins

Open Days 67.4

postcard 97.ins

on Royal visit 55.3

Salisbury Chapel 55.3

tower 96.1-2, 2; 101.1; 106.2

Wesley at 70.2

St Etheldreda's Drive 34.3

St James Review 45.4

St John Ambulance Brigade 67.3; 85.3

St John's Ambulance Building 81.ins

St John's Church 25.1; 75.3; 88.3

listed 50.1

St Johns Youth Club 88.3

St Luke's Church 23.2; 51.1; 67.4; 102.2

history 80.ins

listed 50.1

graveyard (Newtown Cemetery) 13.2; 61.3; 69.4; 72.4; 79.1; 80.ins

memorials, war 80.ins 62


to DH bomb victims 53.3, 3; 54.3.3

inscriptions 72.3; 80.ins

St Mary's School 79.4

St Michael and All Angels Church, Birchwood 15.1

bell 71.2

exhibition 70.2

St Paul’s Cathedral 95.4

St Peter's Church, Tewin 54.3; 100.2

St Peters Parish 84.ins

Stag Lane 88.ins; 104.2

Stanborough

Farm 109.2

pool 103.1, 2; 104.4

roads 48.1

Stanboroughbury 105.4

Stanford, H.E. 45.2

Staniforth, Miss, School of Dancing 45.2; 103.1

Stanton Cottages 44.3

Stanyon, Mike

talk 79.ins; 80.ins

Starkey, J.H. 59.3

Starkey, Joseph Fletcher 63.4

Starkey Engineering 63.4

static water tank 42.2

Station Cottages 49.3; 67.2

Steabbens (butcher’s) 67.3; 106.3

steam roller 42.1

Steele, George 10.2

Steele, Tommy 76.2

Stephen, George, Lord Mount Stephen 44.2; 48.3

STEPS printing 77.ins

Stevenage 56.3

Stevens, Leonard 9.2; 10.1

Stewart, Sir Hally 109.ins.

Stockbridge, Jennie

“Countess Anne's School” 22.2

Stockbridge Common 71.1

Stoker, Basil 90.4

Stoker, Brian 87.2-3

Stokes, Mary 90.2

Stone, Alfred

Tanks 1914-1918 94.1-2

Stone, Keith 88.3-4

Stone, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.2

Stonecross Field 52.4

Stonecross Road 48.4; 67.3; 73.4

football 78.3; 91.4

Stonehouse 11.1; 12.1; 62.3

items used in construction 10.2; 62.3

Old Stone House pub 86.ins

Stones, Ralph 26.1

straw-plaiting 6.2; 7.1

Streader's sawmill 56.4

Stream Woods 104.4

Street, Joan 31.1; 33.1; 67.3

street names 16.1-2; 19.1; 105.4

The Origin of Hatfield Street Names 22.1; 24.1; 25.1

origins 15.2

signs 105.4, 4

Stretton, Alfred G. 88.2

Stroud Green School 62.1, 1; 69.1; 70.1

Sullivan, Adm. Sir Francis 63.2 63


Summers, Jeremy 49.3

Sun Fire insurance 92.1

Sunday School 63.3; 109.ins.

Sunnyside house 34.4

Surtees, Bill 88.3

Sutterby, Miss 45.2

Sutterby, Reg 79.2, 2; 81.3; 99.3

Sutterby, Ron 50.2

Sweeney's chemist 106.3

Swim Centre, Hatfield see Hatfield Swim Centre

Symonds Hyde Farm 93.1

T

Taking Off: Memories of de Havilland at Hatfield 101.ins; 10.6

“Talking New Towns” project 100.5

tank in Hatfield Park 40.2; 68.3; 71.3; 94.2; 101.4; 106.2

replica 101.4, 2

trials 9.2; 77.3; 82.3; 94.1-2, 2; 101.4

Tanks 1914-18 (Stone)

tanneries 108.4

tapestry see Hatfield Tapestry

Tapp, Miss 56.6

Tasho's (barbers) 38.2

Tauber, Richard 75.2; 82.4

Taubl, George 109.3, 3

Taylor, Charlie (barber) 66.2

Taylor, H.R. (Harry; hairdresser at The Cage) 38.2; 61.4; 108.ins

Taylor, Jacqueline 58.2

Taylor, Joe 14.2

Taylor, John

L 16.2

Taylor, Mick 88.3; 99.6

Taylor's (tobacconist) 106.3

teacher training 56.1, 4

Teather, Jane 81.ins; 85.8, ins; 102.1; 102.ins

Technical College, Hatfield (later College of Technology; Hatfield Polytechnic; University of Hertfordshire) 9.2; 10.1; 19.1; 20.2; 30.1-2; 54.2

Teck, Duchess of 44.2

television

Kavanagh QC 35.2

Poirot 75.1

Temperance Hotel 65.3

Tempest-Hicks, Monica 70.3

Tennant, Trevor 90.ins

tennis

Hatfield Lawn Tennis Club 87.4, 4

Real Tennis

Territorial Army 16.2; 55.3

Tesco 90.2

Tessier, Casemir 80.ins

Tewin 50.2

textiles 48.2

Thatcher, William F. 88.2

Theobalds 53.4

Thistle Field 52.4

Thomas, Dr William Lloyd 57.2

Thomas, Lindy (née Williams)

“Hatfield's Rock and Roll Cafe” 107.1

Thomas, Mary (school teacher) 59.3; 64.1

Thompson, Kate 5.1; 24.1, 2

talks 27.1; 75.ins; 76.ins; 77.ins; 85.8, ins; 86.ins

Thompson, V.G. 82.3 64


Thorn EMI 16.1

3 Brewers 93.1; 99.6

Three Knights of the Shire 43.3

Three Valleys Water Co 5.1; 31.2

Tingey, E.T. (Tom) 34.4; 48.3; 80.ins

Tingey, Emily P. 89.4

Tingey, Eric 86.2-3

Tingey, Florence (“Mog”) 51.3

Tingey, Janet Hope see Robinson

Tingey, John 45.1; 56.4; 81.2; 89.4

Tingey, Norman 27.1; 33.1; 56.4

Tingey, Randall 27.1; 51.4; 56.4; 86.2; 89.3-4, 4

Tingey, Rex 86.2-3, 3

Tingey, Roland 89.4, 4

Tingey & Sons, E.T. (furniture shop) 34.3-4, 5; 48.3; 67.2; 73.2; 102.4

Corner Houses 5.2; 34.4, 5; 56.3; 67.2

HLHS in 56.3

opening 102.4

Tingey & Sons, J. (grocers) 12.2; 56.6; 77.ins; 102.4, 4

bombed 67.3

Roe Green 27.1; 33.2; 56.4

Tingey family 33.1

Family Matters (Robinson) 105.ins; 106.ins

“Tingey Tales” 27.1; 28.1; 29.1; 33.1

Tingeys of Hatfield, The (Cox) 39.2; 40.1

Tingeys’ first shop 42.1; 102.2, 3-4, 4

Titanic, RMS 97.ins

Titmus, Fred 43.2

Toby, John 73.3

Todd, Anne 97.1

Tollgate Farm, Colney Heath 105.3

Tolmers, Cuffley 100.2

Tomey, Peggy 28.2

Tomlin, James 34.3

Tom's Field 49.3

Topp, Pearl 30.1

Torilla, Wilkins Green Lane 25.2; 60.3; 75.1

visits 40.1; 41.1; 43.4

Tosh, Roger

L 76.4

Tott, Brian 89.2; 98.3

Town Band 63.2; 85.2, ins

Town Centre 64.3; 65.4; 69.3

area demolished 1.1

clock 97.4, 4

consultants study 90.2

market 101.ins; 103.ins

No. (1) 56.4; 69.1

see also “Pearl in the Oyster” sculpture

Town Inn 79.3

Townsend, Group Captain Peter 83.4

Tradescant, John 52.4; 53.4

trains 57.4

Diesels 96.6

Flying Scotsman 57.4; 72.3

funeral train of King George VI 44.4; 45.4

streamlined 72.1/3

WWII timetable 72.1

trams 28.1; 29.2

tramps and vagrants 39.2; 73.3-4; 74.1

travellers, Romany 44.2; 75.3, 3

Travellers Lane 76.2 65


trees 44.1-2

H Park 85.3; 98.2

Holocaust Memorial 68.4

Panshanger 93.4, 4; 93.ins, ins

Trefoil Guild 51.2

Tremoloes 103.2

Trethewey, Charles 30.2

Triangle House 34.4; 46.2; 48.4

trigpointing 99.2

Trundle, Fredrick 28.1

tuberculosis (TB) 88.1

sanatorium 88.1-2

Tudor Cottage 51.3

Tudor House 87.ins, ins

Tudorbethan home 11.2

Tudors (pop group) 88.3-4, 4

Tufnell, Gian 44.2

tulips 53.4

tunnels 60.2

Bush Hall 84.4, 4

Hatfield 60.2

Turnbine / Turnpike Cottage 30.2; 46.3; 67.1; 98.3

Turner, George 82.3

Turner, Harry 49.3

Turner, Samuel and Susann 57.3

Turner, Sarah

talk 92.ins; 93.ins

turnpike road 45.4

Turvey, Benjamin 73.4

20th Mile Cottages 42.2

Two Acres 43.3

Two Brewers public house 34.5; 70.2

Tyler, Florence 46.2

Tyler, Margaret

talk 34.1; 35.1

Tyttenhanger Farm 99.2

U

U.S. Army Air Corps 72.2

UK Corrugated 28.2

UK Moth club 104.2

Union Church 18.2

Union Lane (later Wellfield Road) 4.1; 16.2; 28.1; 34.5; 62.1; 63.3

100 years ago 42.1

snowbound 108.ins

Union Workhouse see Workhouse, Hatfield

Universal Music Company 99.7, 7, 8

University of Hertfordshire (formerly Technical College; Hatfield Polytechnic) 20.2; 50.4; 54.2; 55.4; 77.ins; 78.3

College Lane Campus 90.ins

de Havilland Airfield project 74.3; 77.ins; 78.1; 81.ins

de Havilland Auditorium 54.2; 55.1

de Havilland Campus 83.4; 91.1

Diamond Jubilee Reunion 86.4

exhibition of photographs 103.ins

sculture tours 90.ins, ins

Upper field 79.1

Upson, Alan 107.1

Upstairs Downstairs (Antiques shop) 34.4

Upwood Lane 79.1; 105.4

V 66


vagrants and tramps 39.2; 71.4

Valentine (straw binder) 42.1

Valentine, David 77.1

Valentine, Frederick 77.1; 78.2

Valentine, Les 49.3

Valentine, William 77.1; 78.2

Vallance, Thomas 47.3; 67.3

Vann, Frank 29.1

VE Day 43.1; 56.5-6

anniversary 15.1; 43.1; 97.ins, ins

Venables, John 73.4; 78.2

Venables family 77.1

Veolia 84.ins

Verulamium 87.1; 96.ins

viaduct, Welwyn 19.2

Vickers, Dr John 51.3

Vickers, John (Jack, f 1897) 29.1

Vickers, Mary Jane 29.1-2

Victoria, Queen 46.2, 3; 80.ins; 81.2; 85.2, 3, ins

Diamond Jubilee 85.2, ins

Viking bicycle 96.6

Vincents (band) 99.7, 8

Vine Cottage 101.2

visits

Great Nast Hyde House 51.1; 60.3; 65.1; 73.3

St Albans South Signal Box 89.ins

St Etheldreda’s Church 34.1; 84.ins; 96.1-2, 2; 101.1

Torilla 40.1; 41.1; 43.4

von Sponek 61.4

Vyse, Emma 38.2

W

Wackett, G. 73.4

Wade, Bert 92.3

Walby, Diana 84.ins

Walby, George 84.ins

Walby, Joseph 84.3

Walby, M.W. & Son

advertisement 82.4

Walby, Mr (fl. 1878) 68.3

Walby, Phoebe 84.ins

Walby, William George (Bill?) 40.1; 44.1; 73.3

Walby, William b, 1843 84.3, I

L 44.44

Walby family 84.3, I

Walby's (butchers) 46.2; 73.3; 79.ins; 84.3, I; 106.3

Walker, J.H. 59.3

walks 40.1; 49.2; 50.3; 65.4; 67.4

Alban Way 82.1; 90.4; 96.8; 98.1

Birchwood Millennium Loop 43.3, 4; 44.4

Brocket Park 41.1

DH Heritage76.ins

Hatfield Heritage Trail 18.1; 19.1

Hatfield Park 49.2; 50.3

Old Hatfield 19.1; 66.1

Walk Around Old Hatfield (Brown) 24.1; 25.1

A Walk Through the Ridge (Wilson) 44.3

see also Mill Green Trail

Wall Trap Cottages 57.3

Wallace, Alastair 91.3-4; 93.1

Wallace family 67.3

Waller, E.W. 67


cars 49.2

“100 Years Ago” 48.1; 49.2

Waller, J. 73.4

Walls, Tom 10.2

Walton Hassell and Port (grocers) 37.2; 38.2

Wan, Rachel 95.1

Wander Inn coffee bar 99.6; 107.1

War Memorials 32.2

War Memorials, Hatfield 60.4

Dagmar House School 59.3. 3; 101.4, 2, ins, ins

by HH entrance 98.3, 3

dedication / unveiling 22.2; 23.2; 63.2-3; 80.ins; 98.3, 3

names 32.1-2; 63.2; 91.ins; 98.3

planned 13.2; 63.2

repairs 27.2

Hatfield Hyde 63.2

in St Etheldreda’s 32.2; 101.4, ins, ins

in St Luke’s Church graveyard 23.2; 53.3, 3; 54.3.3; 57.1; 80.ins; 91.ins; 98.3, 3

War Office 57.2

Warbey, H. F. (Frank) 28.2

Ward, Anita

talk 100.5

Ward, Doreen 38.2

Ward, Sir Edward 99.3

Warner, Annie 61.3

Warner, Jack (wounded in WWI) 101.3

Warr, John 43.2

Warren, Brian

talk 67.4; 68.4

Warren, Thomas 78.2

Warren Wood 84.3, I

waste incineration 76.2; 84.ins; 104.4

water features 45.1

fountain 84.1-2; 85.7, 7

“Water Mirror”, Town Centre 90.1

water supplies 32.1

in beer 93.1

HH 50.3; 98.2-3

static water tank 42.2

water trough 24.2; 44.4; 66.2

Waterloo (convict ship) 74.1

Waters, George 10.2; 62.3

Waters, J. 10.2

Waters' Garage 10.2; 34.4; 45.4; 62.3

Waterside Cottages 7.2

Watery Lane, Roe Green 21.2

Watson, Dennis (“Doc”) 18.1

“Before I joined the Force” 44.1

CM 2.1

death 51.1

“Flying bomb or 'Doodlebug'“ 45.3

“In the Beginning” 46.4

talk 20.1

When Coppers Carried Capes 44.1; 51.1

W.E.A. see Workers' Educational Association

Webb, Alfred 109.2

Webb, James 109.2

Webb, James Simkins 109.2, 2

Webb, Joan see Young

Webb, Robin

talk 58.4

Webb, Sarah 84.3, I 68


Webb, Sylvia 107.8

websites

Britain from above 89.ins

HALS: Our Hatfield 76.ins; 78.2; 80.ins; 85.8, ins; 90.ins; 94.ins; 95.1-2; 102.ins; 103.ins

HLHS 74.ins; 103.ins; 104.ins

InfoCentre 27.2

Lemsford 67.1

WGC 76.ins

Welwyn Hatfield Council 60.1

Webster, Dave 99.77-8

Webster, Mrs 67.3

Welch, Bruce 88.4

Welch, Thomas 49.4

Welham Green 96.5; 104.3

Guides 76.2

Lone Star 24.1; 31.2

Marshmoor 75.3

Well End campsite 100.2

Weller, Nicky

Nanny: The Story of an Angel 80.ins

Wellfield Home 24.1; 71.1

see also Workhouse, Hatfield

Wellfield Hospital 15.2; 17.2; 35.1

Wellfield Road (formerly Union Lane, q.v.) 4.1; 16.2; 34.4; 34.5; 42.2; 71.1

Wellfield Trust 17.2

Wellington, 1st Duke of, Arthur Wellesley 46.3; 57.2; 64.3

Wells, Denys/Dennis

talk 73.4; 74.ins

Wells, Doug 85.4

Wells, Mrs (Bush Hall hospital) 58.2

Wells, Robin (teacher) 96.4

Welwyn and District Local History Society 49.1

Welwyn Baths 6.1; 87.1

Welwyn Department Stores 56.4, 4; 105.2

Welwyn Garden City 42.2; 56.2; 59.2; 81.3

website 76.ins

Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council 67.1; 69.1; 105.4

Welwyn Hatfield District Council 2.1; 4.1; 6.1; 7.2; 8.2; 23.2

Community Grant Panel 6.1

website 60.1

Windfall Lottery 5.1

Welwyn Hatfield Heritage Forum 65.3; 66.1; 69.3-4; 70.1; 81.ins

see also Heritage Fairs; Heritage Open Days

Welwyn Hatfield Sunday Football League 106.4

Welwyn Hatfield Times 67.4; 89.1, 3; 106.4; 107.5

Welwyn History Society 56.4

Welwyn Studios 57.4

Welwyn Theatre 48.2

Welwyn Times 35.2

Wenham, Mrs 43.3

Wesley, Anne (Nancy) 50.2; 51.3; 70.2

Wesley, Charles 50.2; 51.3; 70.2

Wesleyan Chapel 34.5; 50.2; 70.2

West, Greta 71.3

West, Jean Marie 59.4; 106.ins; 107.8

CM 61.1

L 45.4; 75.3

on Hatfield Cinema 75.2

“My Sister and I” 71.3

“My WW2 Penpal” 99.3-4

Newtown Primary / Junior School 40.2; 62.1

1936-39 106.ins, ins 69


1939-1942 107.7-8

West Goldings 34.4; 51.2

West Hyde Farm 42.2; 43.3

Western Garage 81.2

Westminster Bank 12.2; 66.2, 4; 96.ins; 106.3

Whall, Christopher 32.2

Wheeler, Anne

talk 41.2; 45.2

Wheeler, Derek

talk 91.ins; 92.ins

Wheeler, Ron 81.ins

wheelwrights 44.1

Whincap, Mary 88.2

Whincap, Mrs A. 88.2

Whitbread brewery 81.4

Whitby, Brandy 46.2

Whitby, Christine 51.2

Whitby, Geoffrey 34.5

Whitby, Geoffrey Charles 51.3

Whitby, Louisa 51.2

Whitby, Mr (school master) 46.2

Whitby, Walter 34.5; 51.3

White, Chris 95.4

White, George 51.2

White, Phyllis 51.2

Pebbles and Puddingstones 48.2; 50.3; 51.2

White, Ron

“Brickmaking in the Hatfield District” 19.2

CM 10.1; 21.1; 33.1

death 52.4

“The Eddie Chapman Saga” 30.2

on flying bomb 13.2

on railway 15.2; 23.1-2; 24.2

stained glass panel 67.1

White, Stella 67.1

White, Sydney 87.3

White Hart pub 79.3; 99.4

White Lion pub 14.2; 45.1; 78.3, 3; 109.4

White Lion Square 78.3; 84.1; 85.7, 7; 86.ins; 90.2

White’s of Cheltenham 67.2

Whitegates, Old Roe Green 58.4

Whitehurst, John 98.3

Whitewash Alley 5.2; 48.4; 49.3; 67.2

Whiting, Jim 91.4

Whiting, Pam 91.4

Whitmore, Richard 85.3

Whittard, G.H. 59.3

Whittingham, Dave 101.4, 4

photographs by 104.2, 2

Whittingham, Paul 81.1

Whittingham, Richard L. (Dick); 75.4; 86.2

death 77.4

“Geoffrey de Havilland jnr.” 72.2-3

“Geoffrey de Havilland jnr. – Test Pilot” 93.2

L 56.1, 3; 74.4

“Music and Planes” 56.4; 79.ins

speaks to children on DH 56.4

Whittingham, Sheila 72.1; 77.4; 102.4, 4

as child 101.4

Whittingham, Vera 77.4

death 86.4

L 74.4 70


Wick, Charles 105.2

“Wicked Lady” 106.ins

Wicken, Jon 75.1

Wild Hill 97.4

Wilkins, Arnold 100.7

Wilkins Green Lane 60.3

see also Torilla

Willesden House 58.4

Williams, Henry (landlord, 1845) 73.4

Williams, Mr (organist) 69.3

Williams, S.B.R. 59.3

Willington, Sir Thomas 48.3

Willson, David 25.2; 29.1; 48.2; 49.1; 89.3

“David Willson Remembers” 70.3

at school 68.4

Wilmot, James 73.3

Wilson, David and Jenny (of Old Hertford Road) 44.3

A Walk Through the Ridge 44.3

Wilson, Mr (at Antiques Roadshow) 78.4

Windebank, Cllr 97.4

Wolf Cubs 48.4; 100.1-4, 1, 3

requirements 100.4

Women's Institute (W. I.) 97.3-4; 99.6

Woodfield Hall 84.ins

Woodhall Farm 30.2

Woodhall Farm Cottages 102.4

Woodhall Lodge Farm 42.2

Woodhill school 43.3

Woodman public house 42.2

Woods, Rev. S.B. 45.2

Woodside Estate 70.2

Woodward, C.R. 34.2

Woolams, Mr (silk merchant) 71.1

Woolco Department Store 23.2; 38.1; 45.1; 90.1-2, 1; 105.2

Woolcott, Bessie 54.4

Woolmer, John 66.1

Workers' Educational Association 1.1; 9.2; 15.2; 19.1; 29.2; 37.1

publications 1.1; 37.1

see also Hatfield and its people

Workhouse, Hatfield (Union Workhouse) 16.2; 17.2; 24.1; 27.1; 56.4; 71.1/4

Board of Guardians 71.1, 4

books of admissions 38.2; 39.2

census returns, 1851 59.4

employment 71.1

Liston report 39.2

Session Records 71.1

Territorials at 16.2

in WWI 71.4

workhouses 17.2; 71.1

The Workhouse: Fact versus Fiction (Hill) 47.4

World War I 95.1-2; 109.ins.

Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment 56.3; 102.2

casualties, local 32.1-2; 91.ins; 95.ins; 101.4-3; 104.ins

Oddfellows 14.2

centenary 94.4, 4; 101.4

“Christmas Truce” 99.6, 6

Death Plaque 70.4, 4

displays, exhibitions and research 44.3; 91.ins; 94.ins; 95.1; 96.ins; 109.ins.

Harry Ewington 102.2-3

Gommecourt 101.2

Hatfield, Herts – In Memoriam and Roll of Honour Album (Hatfield Parish Council, 1918) 32.1; 63.2; 95.1

updated, HLHS 2014 91.ins; 95.1, ins 71


Hatfield Answers the Call (Lawrence) 94.ins, ins; 95.1; 95.ins

Hawthorn Ridge 101.2, 2

hospitals 60.3

letters home 104.ins

Ewington 102.2-3

memorials 32.2; 59.3, 3; 60.4; 63.2, 3; 91.ins; 94.ins; 98.3, 3; 101.4ins, ins

General Plumer 70.3

and railways 92.2-3

Somme, battle 101.4; 101.2, 2; 102.2

troops in Hatfield 31.2; 38.1

Ypres 22.2; 63.2; 102.2

see also Hertfordshire (Herts) Regiment; tank trials; war memorials

World War I Overseas Club 99.3

certificates 99.3

World War II 7.2; 17.2; 71.3; 99.3

anniversary 67.1

Bush Hall Hospital 58.1-3

D Day landings 73.1

DH 36.2; 42.2; 66.3

see also bombing

Ernest Jones 64.2

displays and exh 44.3; 65.3; 66.1; 67.1; 77.ins; 78.ins; 86.ins

“Holiday at Home” week 1944 106.1

“Ladies Working at de Havilland Aircraft Company during World War II” 66.3

memorials 53.3, 3; 54.3.3; 57.1; 80.ins; 91.ins; 98.3, 3

news in cinema 75.3

prisoners of war 58.4

radio station, secret 100.7

research project / reminiscence 8.1; 69.3; 71.1; 78.ins

V.E. Day 57.ins

see also Battle of Britain; bombs; Hatfield at War (Lawrence); hospitals, military; war memorials

Worrell Bros 56.4

Wrestlers pub 93.1

Wright, Harry 12.2

Wright, J. 86.3

Wright, Ken 51.3; 85.7

photos 86.ins; 98.ins; 104.3; 108.2

talk 30.1

Wright brothers' flight machine 21.1

Y

York, HRH Elizabeth, Duchess of 43.1; 85.3, 3; 86.2

Yorke, F.R.S. 41.1

Young, Arthur 50.2

Young, Benjamin and Robert 18.2

Young, Cyril 67.3

Young, Dorothy 67.3

Young, Eric 67.3

Young, Harold 67.3

Young, Joan E.

“Memories of Hatfield” 67.3

Young, Thomas 67.3

Youth Clubs 95.4

Church Youth Fellowship 45.2

College Youth Society 96.1

Old Palace 95.4

St Johns 88.3

see also Breaks Youth Club; Downs Farm

Ypres, battle 22.2; 63.2; 102.2

Z

Zivkovic, Nick 99.6; 102.1 72


Zombies band 88.3; 95.4