Christ Church, Chase Side Enfield

This article by Stephen Gilburt was first published by the Enfield Society in newsletter 225, Spring 2022. Henry Storer Toms[Courtesy of Enfield Local Studies & Archive] Henry Storer Toms 1840–1916 was educated at University College School and London University. He trained for the ministry at New College, St John’s Wood…. Continue reading

Gough Park

This article by Phil Whittemore was first published by The Enfield Society in newsletter 219, Autumn 2020. Richard Gough, the antiquary was the most eminent person to live at Gough Park, a house his father Harry had bought in 1719. It was a typical red brick Queen Anne house, comprising… Continue reading

Lower Edmonton & Edmonton Green

This article by Stephen Gilburt was first published by The Enfield Society in two parts; before 1914 in newsletter 220, Winter 2020 and after 1914, in newsletter 221, Spring 2021. Introduction The name of the manor of Edmonton appears as Delmetone or Adelmetone (Eadhelm’s Farm) in the Domesday Book of… Continue reading