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Tottenham (; ) is an area in the London Borough of Haringey, in north London, England. It is situated north-north-east of Charing Cross.===Toponymy===Tottenham is believed to have been named after Tota, a farmer, whose hamlet was mentioned in the Domesday Book; hence Tota's hamlet became Tottenham. It was recorded in the Domesday Book as ''Toteham''.===Early history===Dorset Map of Tottenham in 1619 (South shown at the top of the map)There has been a settlement at Tottenham for over a thousand years.... read more

Tottenham, Tottenham

"Tottenham, Tottenham" was a single released by the English football team Tottenham Hotspur, with uncredited accompaniment by Chas & Dave, in 1982. It reached number 19 in the UK Singles Chart. read more

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale is a district in the London Borough of Haringey in London Borough of Haringeynorth London . From 1850–1965, it was part of the London Borough of Haringeynorth LondonMunicipal Borough of Tottenham , in London Borough of Haringeynorth LondonMunicipal Borough of TottenhamMiddlesex .==Etymology==It takes its name from the London Borough of Haringeynorth LondonMunicipal Borough of TottenhamMiddlesexold English word Hale (to hoist or pull), as goods (particularly London Borough... read more

Alexander Tottenham

Sir Alexander Robert Loftus Tottenham CIE (31 July 1873 – 13 December 1946) was a British civil servant and administrator who served as the Diwan of Pudukkottai state from 1934 to 1946.== Early life ==Alexander Tottenham was born to British naval officer John Francis Tottenham and his wife Laura Ellen Dodd Janverin on 31 July 1873. Alexander graduated from Clifton College, Bristol and did his post-graduation from Queen's College, Oxford.== Career ==Alexander passed the 1896 Indian Civil Service... read more

Merle Tottenham

Merle Tottenham (22 January 1901 – 18 July 1958) was a British film actress.http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/individual/124909 read more

Francis Tottenham

Admiral Sir Francis William Loftus Tottenham KCB CBE (1880–1967) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Commander-in-Chief, Africa Station.==Naval career==Tottenham joined the Royal Navy in 1895. He served in World War I with 4th Battle Squadron. After the War he was a member of the Inter-Allied Naval Armistice Commission and Control Commission in Germany. He commanded HMS ''Delhi'' from 1920 and then became Naval Attaché in Washington D. C. in 1922. He later commanded the shore establishment... read more

George Tottenham

The Very Rev. George Tottenham, MA (20 October 1825 – 20 October 1911) was Dean of Clogher from 1900 to 1903.“A New History of Ireland” Moody,T.W; Martin,F.X; Byrne,F.J;Cosgrove,A: Oxford, OUP, 1976 ISBN 0-19-821745-5The 10th son of Lord Robert Ponsonby Tottenham Loftus, Bishop of Clogher from 1822 to 1850, he was educated at Sherborne and Trinity College, Cambridge.'The Bury and Norwich Post, and Suffolk Herald' (Bury Saint Edmunds, England), Wednesday, July 05, 1854; Issue 3758 Ordained... read more

The Tottenham

The Tottenham is a Grade II* listed public house at 6 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London.It is on the Campaign for Real Ale's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors.It was built in the 19th century. It is the last remaining pub on Oxford Street.In 2015, it was renamed the Flying Horse.==References==Category:Grade II* listed buildings in LondonCategory:Grade II* listed pubs in England read more

SS Tottenham

Five steamships have borne the name ''Tottenham'', after Tottenham in the United Kingdom: read more

South Tottenham

South Tottenham is an area of the London Borough of Haringey, north London.==Location==South Tottenham occupies parts of the N15 and N17 postal districts. It is bordered in the south by Stamford Hill, the west by St Ann's and West Green, the north by Tottenham, and the east by the Lee Valley Reservoirs.==Character of the area==South Tottenham once had a significant Jewish community. Over recent years cheaper housing developments have resulted in an influx of immigrants, especially from Eastern Europe,... read more

Tottenham, Victoria

Tottenham is an industrial suburb west of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Its local government area is the City of Maribyrnong. According to the 2011 census, there were no residents.It is bounded by Sunshine Road to the north, Sredna Street, Paramount Road and Tottenham Parade to the east, Geelong Road to the south and the Newport–Sunshine railway line.Tottenham is mostly an industrial suburb, with the Olex Cable manufacturing facility one of the many industrial businesses located in Tottenham.==History==Tottenham... read more

Tottenham (disambiguation)

Tottenham is a suburb of London, England read more

Tottenham, Ontario

Tottenham is a community in the town of New Tecumseth, in south-central Ontario, Canada. It takes its name from its first postmaster, Alexander Totten. The Tottenham Conservation Area is a recreational facility in the village, which is also famous for its annual event, the Tottenham Bluegrass Festival. There is also a restored steam train that is a tourist attraction, taking passengers to Beeton and back. Tottenham is home to three schools: Tottenham Public School, Father F.X. O'reilly School, and... read more

Tottenham Lock

Tottenham Lock (No17) is a paired lock on the River Lee Navigation in the London Borough of Haringey, England and is located near Tottenham, London. Like other locks as far as Ponders End it is large enough to take barges of up to 130 tons. The primary lock has been upgraded to mechanical operation, but the secondary west lock is operated manually.Tottenham Lock was originally nearer to Stonebridge, but was relocated to its current location when the cut was created, creating a junction just south... read more

Tottenham Outrage

The Tottenham Outrage is the name given to an armed robbery and double murder which took place in Tottenham, Middlesex, and Walthamstow, Essex, on 23 January 1909. This act was perpetrated by two anarchists, Paul Helfeld and Jacob Lepidus (sometimes spelled Lapidus), both Jewish immigrants from the Russian Empire.The ''Tottenham Outrage'' became a cause célèbre in Edwardian London, with the route of the funeral cortège of the policeman murdered in this act being lined by a crowd of half a million... read more

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