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Subjects Index

These are some  of the subjects that have appeared in
TimeLine so far. Either have a look down the list or click
on a subject to find that subject in the index – and you can
see which issue it was in.   If you would like to look at that
issue, have a look on our Previous Issues page.    We have
not included the articles from the Added Extras page of this
website, so don't forget to look there too.

Abolition of  Slavery


Brilliant Buildings  

 

Code Crackers

City of London Connections

Crimes of the Centuries    

Cultural Diversity

Cycling

Faces to Places

Georgians

Jobs & Work

Literature & Writers

Memories & Oral History

Olympics

People – see People Index

Places

Schools

Sports Mad

TimeLine Quiztime

Transport

Tudors & Stuarts

Victorians

World Wars


Abolition  of  Slavery

Anna Laetitia Barbauld (issue 13)

Edward Lascelles (issue 13 & 14)

James Stephen (issue 13)

Joanna Vassa (issue 13)

Joseph Woods (issue 13)

Olaudah Equiano (issue 13)

Stafford Allen (issue 14)

Samuel Hoare (issue 13)

Samuel Morley (issue 24) 

Thomas Clarkson (issue 13)

William Wilberforce (issue 13)

 

Brilliant Buildings

Brooke House (issue 16)

The City Academy Hackney (issue 24) 

Clapton Cinematograph Theatre (issue 12)  

Clissold House (issue 4)

F. Cooke’s Pie and Mash Shop (issue 3)

German Hospital Dalston (issue 17) 
Gothic Hall (issue 15) 

Hackney Downs School (issues 11 and 22)

Mossbourne Community Academy (issue 11)

North London Colosseum and Amphiteatre (issue 16) 
Rio Cinema (issue 24) 
St Augustine's Tower (issue 15)
St Barnabas Homerton (issue 17) 
Stoke Newington Town Hall (issue 25)
Sunstone Leisure Club (issue 21) 

The Gherkin (issue 6)

West Hackney House (issue 21) 
 

Code Crackers

Animals (issue 15) 

Funny Foods from Way Back When (Issue 18) 
Happy Birthday (issue 14) 

Happy Christmas (issue 6)

Inventions & Discoveries (issue 22) 
Learn Morse Code (issue 1) 
Movie CodeBreaker (issue 24) 

More Morse Code (issue 7)

School Times (issue 8)

Slave Trade CodeBreaker (issue 13)  
Thomas Cooke, Friend of Mankind (issue 21) 
Water (issue 17) 
 

City of London Connections

All Hallows by the Tower (issue 25)

Baltic Exchange (issue 25)
Bank of England (issue 21) 
Dick Whttington (issue 16)
Edward Lascelles (issue 14) 

Geffrye Museum (issue 6)

Homerton Academy (issue 24) 
Ian Luder (issue 24) 
Kids Talk interview with Lord Mayor of London (issue 24) 

Lord Mayor’s Show (issues 11 and 24)

New River (issue 9 & 10)

The Gherkin (issue 6)

The Worshipful Company of Grocers (issue 11)

Thomas Abney, Lord Mayor of London  (issue 8)

Thomas Windus (issue 15) 
 

Cultural Diversity

Abney Public Hall (issue 2)

All Hallows by the Tower (issue 25)
AMURT charity (issue 14) 
Anna Sewell (issue 15) 
Anne Frank (issue 14) 
Beth Hamedrash Ohel Yisroel (issue 21) 
Black History Month (issue 20) 
Clara Ludski (issue 24) 
German Hospital (issue 17) 
Hackney Caribbean Elderly Organiasatiion (issue 22) 
Hackney Free & Parochial School (issue 25) 

Jewish exile and return (issue 8)

Museum of Immigration (issue 8)

Primitive Methodists (issue 21) 

Quakers (issues 3 and 15)

Refugees (issue 14) 
St Augustines Tower (issue 17) 
St Barnabas Homerton (issue 17) 
Salvation Army (issue 22) 

Seventh-Day Adventists (issue 3)

Tropical Isles (issue 24) 
Where in the World? Heritage Chart (issue 20)
 

Crimes of the Centuries

True Hackney Crimes (issue 4)

The Deadly Walnut Whip (issue 4)

Museum Mayhem (issue 15) 

First Railway Murder (issue 9)

The Dalston Murder (issue 12)

Animal Crimes (issue 15) 
Brooke House owners (issue 16) 
Horrid Horatio Bottomley (issue 21)
The Tottenham Outrage (website - see Home page) 
Food and four little tea leafs (issue 18) 
Toxic Assets (issue 22) 

Cycling

Dunwich Dynamo  (issue 4)

Pickwick Bicycle Club  (issue 4)

Hackney Cycle Repair Shop (issue 7)

STA Bikes (issue 8)

William Grout (issue 8)

 

Faces to Places

Betty Layward School 10)

Banister House (issue 24) 
Brooke House (issue 16) 
Bush Road (issue 14) 

Clissold Park (issue 4)

Crawshay House (issue 4)

Defoe Road (issue 12)

Fawcett  Estate (10)

Frampton Park (issue 18) 

Geffrye Museum (issue 6)

Isabella Road (issue 24) 
Lawson Practice (issue 20) 
Mehetabel Road (issue 24) 

Mildmay  Park (issue 12)

Osbaldeston Road (issue 4)

Sir Thomas Abney School (issue 8)

Wilmer Place (issue 7)

William Patten School (issue 20) 
Windus Road (issue 15) 

Whitmore Road (issue 12 and 24))


Georgians (more or less)

Algernon Frampton (issue 18)

Benjamin Mendes da Costa (issue 12)  

Daniel Mendoza (issue 8)

Edward Lascelles (issue 14) 

George Osbaldeston  (issue 4)

Henry Norris (issue 12)

Homerton Academy (issue 24) 

John Howard (issue 3)

John Wilmer (issue 7)

Jonathan Hoare (issue 4)

Mary Wollstonecraft (issue 5)

Primitive Methodist Society (issue 21) 

Thomas Abney  (issue 8)

Thomas Windus (issue 15)
William Allen (issue 3)  

Jobs & Work

Actress (issue 22)

Cricketer (issue 5) 

Fireman (issue 1)  

Head Teacher (issue 12)

Lion Tamer (issue 1)

Lollipop Lady (Issue 3)

Lord Mayor of London (issue 24) 
Member of Parliament (issue 14) 
Postman (issue 15) 

Recycling expert (issue 7)

Sailsports manager (issue 9)

Swimming Club organiser (issue 17)
Costermongers (Word on the Streets) (issue 17)
Women on the Canals (issue 20) 

Literature and Writers

Anna Sewell and Black Beauty (issue 15)

 
Daniel Defoe and the Big Storm (issue 12)  
Charles Dickens (issue 4)  
Fulke Greville (issue 16)

Harold Pinter and the Nobel Prize (issue 5 and 22)

Mary Wollstonecraft (issue 5)


Memories and Oral History

Ahmet Kamil and Newington Green (issue 12)

Anne Mitchell – working at the GPO (issue 7)

Bert Karpin and The Battle of Cable Street (issue 11)

Bill Harrigan (issue 10) 
Bill Tebbutt (issue 15) 

Chloe Klatzkin and Princess May School (issue 6)

Con Collins – 60 years an Arsenal fan (issue 6)

David Blundell and cricket (issue 3)

David Hawkins (issue 25) 

Derek Baker and Stoke Newington (issue 1)

Dolores Crump - memories of how things were (issue 8)

Dorothy Holmes schooldays and World War 2 (issue 9)

Edith  Nestor (issue 22) 
Eileen Adams (issue 21) 
Elsie Wilmott (issue 25) 
Emma Smith (issue 20) 
Ernest Cooper (issue 21) 

Errol Adem - growing up in Stoke Newington (issue 1)

Florrie Curtis (issue 17) 
Frances Carter (issue 25) 

Ian Saville – school days in the 1960s (issue 11)

Jack Whitelead (Added Extras) 

Joan Bird - the old days (issue 8)

John Bayles - big band music (issue 10)

Lily Taylor – remembering World War One (issue 11)

Lily Taylor - Tesco reminiscences (issue 18) 

Melyvn Brooks -  starting school (issue 11)

Prideaux House Girls (issue 22) 
Rene Broider (Added Extras) 

Shirley Collier - life in Stoke Newington (issue 4 & 9)

Stan Rose schooldays during World War Two (issue 3 & 9)

Tilly Kearney - times gone by (issue 8)

Willie Watkins - Hackney Downs School (issue 11)


Olympics

Dalton Grant (issue 11)

London Olympics 1908 (issue 10)

Olympics History (issue 1)

Vivian Woodward (issue 21) 


People – see separate People Index


Places

Abney Park Cemetery (lots, including issues 1,7 & 13, plus The Tottenham Outrage on website)

Abney Public Hall (issue 2)  

Alexandra Theatre (issue 6 an 16)

Banister House (issue 24) 

Castle Water Pumping Station (issue 10)

German Hospital Dalston (issue 17) 
Lea Bridge Road Roundabout (issue 16) 
Millfields Road (issue 24) 
Morning Lane (issue 18) 

New River (issue 10)

Nightingale Estate (issue 7)

Northwold Road (issue 21) 
Rio Cinema (issue 24) 
Stamford Hill Library (issue 15) 

Stoke Newington Reservoirs (issue 10)

Stoke Newington Town Hall (issue 25) 
St Barnabas Homerton parish (issue 17) 
The Regent's Canal (issue 20) 
Upper Clapton Road (issue 18) 
Well Street Market (issue 18) 
 

Schools

Avigdor (issue 2)

Benthal (issue 7)

Betty Layward (issue 10)

Brook Community School (issue 6)

BSiX Sixth Form College (issue 16) 
City Academy Hackney (issue 24) 

Clissold Park School (issue 8)

Daubeney Road (issue 21) 
Detmold Road (issue 21) 

Fleetwood School (issue 3 and 21)

Gayhurst (issue 21) 
Gainsborough (issue 21) 

Grazebrook (issue 4)

High Street Stoke Newington (issue 9 and 21)

Hackney Downs (issues 11 and 22)

Hackney Free and Parochial C of E (issue 14 and 25) 
Harrington Hill (issue 14) 

Holmleigh (issue 10)

Holy Trinity (issue 21) 
Homerton Academy (issue 24) 

Jubilee (issue 7 & issue 14)

Millfields Community (issue 12)

Morning Lane Board School (issue 21) 

Mossbourne Community Academy (issue 11)

Simon Marks (issue 9) 

Sir Thomas Abney (issue 8)

Stoke Newington School (issue 8)

Tollett Street PD School (issue 15) 
Upton House Truant and Industrial School (issue 24) 
William Patten (issues 1, 17 and 20 and Rene Broider in Added Extras)
Wolverley Road (issue 21) 

Woodberry Down Comprehensive (issue 11)


Sports Mad

Con Collins – memories of Arsenal (issue 6)

Clapton Orient (issue 24) 
Clissold Swimming Baths (issue 17) 

Cricket Quiz (issue 3)

David Blundell and cricket (issue 3)

Hackney Schools' Athletic Association (issue 21) 

Isabella Reuben-Crompton and Spurs Ladies (issue 11)

Leyton Orient F.C. (issue 24) 

North London Muslim Centre Cricket (issue 4)

Paul Weekes – life as professional cricketer (issue 5)

Olympics History (issue 1)

Sailing at the Stoke Newington Reservoir (issue 9)

Two local boxing stars – 250 years apart (issue 8)


TimeLine QuizTime

Smarties and Cornflakes (issue 1)

Queen Victoria and Posh Spice (issue 3)

The Pilgrim Fathers (issue 4)

Crisps and Pot Noodles (issue 7)

The Great Wall of China (issue 10)

Ovaltine and Coca Cola (issue 11)

Abolition of the Slave Trade (issue 13) 
Circuses, Clowns, Crimes (issue 15) 
Toys, Games, Winter Fun (issue 16) 
Victorians (issue 17) 
Food, Tea & Tesco (issue 18) 
Black History (issue 20) 
Tudors (issue 25) 

Transport

Chloe Klatzkin and Princess May School (issue 6)

 

Sailing at the Stoke Newington Reservoir (issue 9)

 
Canals in World War Two (issue 20)   

Franz Muller & The First Railway Murder (issue 9)

 

The Dalston Murder (issue 12)

 
Thomas Windus, Master Coachmaker (issue 15)   

Traffic Quiz (issue 3)

 
Lea Bridge Roundabout Bus Stand (issue 16)   

Tudors & Stuarts (more or less)

Charles Fleetwood (issue 1)

 
Christopher Urswick (issue 24)   

Daniel Defoe (issue 12)

 
King Edward VI (issue 25)   
Edward Guildford (issue 25)   
Queen Elizabeth I (issue 25)   
King Henry VII (issue 25)   
King Henry VIII (issue 25)   
Henry Banister (issue 24)   

Henry Mildmay (issue 12)

 
Henry the Eighth (issue 16)   

Hugh Myddleton (issue 10)

 

George Whitmore (issue 12)

 
Fulke Greville (issue 16)   
John Dudley (issue 25)   
Lady Jane Grey (issue 25)   
Queen Mary I (issue 25)   

Lord Monteagle (issue 5)

 
Margaret Beaufort (issue 25)   

Pasqua Rosee (issue 6)

 
Robert Dudley (issue 25)   

Robert Geffrye (issue 6)

 

Samuel Pepys (issues 6; 12)

 

Thomas Abney (issue 8)

 
Thomas Cromwell (issue 16)   
Thomas Sutton (issue 24)   
William Patten (issue 20 and 25)   

Victorians (more or less)

Anna Sewell (issue 15)

 
Ann Merritt (issue 22)   
Arthur Ashpitel (issue 17)   
Augustus Clissold (issue 4)    

Charles Booth (issue 7)

 

Eliza Crawshay  (issue 4)

 
Elizabeth Surr (issue 24)   

Frank Bostock (issue 1)

 

Franz Muller & The First Railway Murder (issue 9)

 

Henry Fawcett (issue 10)

 
James Merritt (issue 22)   

John Jefferson (issue 2)

 

Joseph Conrad (issue 6)

 

Invalid Asylum for Respectable Females (Issue 7)

 
Isabella Harris - A Quaker Childhood (issue 15)   

Louise & Manfred Masset: the Dalston Murder (issue 12)

 
Stafford Allen (issue 14)   

The Pickwick Bicycle Club (issue 4)

 
Thomas Donaldson (issue 17)   
William Booth (issue 22)   

William Grout (issue 8)

 
William John Bush (issue 14)   
William Mulcahy (issue 15)   
William Wombwell (issue 15)

World Wars

Bill Tebbutt (issue 15)

 
The Blitz (issue 25)   
Bombed Last Night ..... (issue 1)  
David Hawkins (issue 25)   
Elsie Wilmott (issue 25)   
Frances Carter (issue 25)   
Hackney War Memorial (issue 21)   

Lily Taylor – memories of World War One (issue 11)

 

Solomon Schonfeld (issue 2)

 

Stan Rose and his schooldays (issue 3)

 

Tesco and World War One (issue 18)

 
The Regent's Canal in World War Two (issue 20)   
World War One Football Heroes (issue 24)   
The Wipers Times (issue 11)   

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