23. The Guttridge family, Stoke Newington
30. In 1933 Stoke Newington Borough declared the
following areas as (Slum) Clearance Areas under its
powers under the 1930 Housing Act:
Masons Court and Place
White Hart Court
Selsea Place oﬀ Crossway
Leonard Place in Albert Town
Barn Street (Added in 1934)
58. late 1850s - Charles Dickens visiting his
publisher F.M. Evans at No. 7 Church Row
59. Wynne Edwin Baxter (1844-1920)
Lawyer, translator, antiquarian and
botanist, best known as the Coroner who
conducted the inquests on most of the
victims of the Whitechapel Murders of
1888 to 1891 including three of the victims
of Jack the Ripper in 1888, as well as on
Joseph Merrick, the "Elephant Man"
60. John Howard (1726-1790)
Philanthropist and the early prison
reformer, lived at no. 8 Church Row (later
no. 168 Church Street). His detailed
proposals for improvements of prisons
were designed to enhance the physical
and mental health of the prisoners and the
security and order of the prison.
88. R101 was one of a pair of British rigid airships completed in
1929 as part of a British government programme to develop
civil airships capable of service on long-distance routes
within the British Empire.
90. The R101 crashed in France on October 5th 1930. A total
of 48 of the 54 passengers and crew were killed.