Devonshire Hill Farm

Farm in Tottenham, existing until 1919

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Farm · Tottenham · N17 · Contributed by The Underground Map
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Clay Hill (Devonshire Hill) Farm in 1878. 19th century painting
Credit: Bruce Castle Museum (Haringey Culture, Libraries and Learning)

Formerly known as Clay Hill, in 1881, William Michael Curtis, and fellow trustees of the Curtis Settled Estates, enfranchised the Clay Hill land which was sold to the copyhold tenant, Frederick Alderton.

At the turn of the twentieth century, Devonshire Hill Farm was reached by a winding lane from White Hart Lane passing Devonshire Hill Lodge, River House and terminating at Devonshire Hill Farm, owned by the New River Company. This lane eventually become a road, Devonshire Hill Lane.


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