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residential area within Camden, Islington, and Haringey boroughs, London, England. The house where Francis Bacon died is in Highgate, and Herbert Spencer, George Eliot, and Karl Marx are buried in Highgate cemetery in Camden. Highgate School, a public school founded in 1565, is there.
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Here St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Highgate Hill, Highgate, London, N19 5NE, is put into focus to show its scores in relation to other schools in the area.
star, pictured, have left tributes at his homes in Highgate, London and Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, creating memorial areas filled with flowers, messages and candles among other items after his death in 2016.
MEMORIAL A floral shrine at George's home in Highgate, London
And former Boro player and boss Southgate, who played alongside Ehiogu at Villa, Boro and with the national side, was at St Michael's Church in Highgate, London, for yesterday's funeral service.
She said: "I was born in Highgate, London, and spent most of my education in a boarding school as my father owned a construction company and was constantly working overseas.
www.recoletacemetery.com Highgate, London Best known for the grave of philosopher and writer Karl Marx, on which Norman Stanley Fletcher (Ronnie Barker) in Porridge claimed his daughter was conceived.
* Terry Jones and Michael Palin at the unveiling of a British Comedy Society plaque outside The Angel Inn in Highgate, London, yesterday dedicated to former Monty Python star Graham Chapman
His wife Alicia is an architect who now works as a curator and they live in Highgate, London, with their children Scarlett, eight, and Mason, three.
Mrs Russell knows that Ernest was born in Highgate, London, in about 1885, the son of George Ernest and Henrietta Harriet Claydon.
Sticks of dynamite and a triggering device were found near Karl Marx's tomb in Highgate, London.
Also on trial are Scott Gelsthorpe, 32, from Kettering, Northamptonshire; David Carroll, 58, of Highgate, London - both of whom helped run the Active Investigation Services - his computer expert son Daniel Carroll, 36, from London, and another customer, Maurice Kennedy, 58, of north London.
His back-combed Mod hairstyle was outrageously girlie even by the day's standards and he showed an early liking for tartan with loud hipster flares - a nod to his Scottish roots despite being born in Highgate, London.