The Terrier or Hackney Terrier Newsletters of the Friends of Hackney Archives.
Click on the title and then click on the front page that comes up.

Terriers 30, 31, 32, 34, 44, 50, 54, 55, 56, and 60 are not included here. They, and all the original newsletters can be viewed at Hackney Archives, and hard copies of some can be purchased from the Archives or the Friends.

Terrier 1
Terrier 2
Terrier 3 
Terrier 4
Terrier 5
Terrier 6
Terrier 7
Terrier 8
Terrier 9
Terrier 10
Terrier 11
Terrier 12 
Terrier 13
Terrier 14
Terrier 15
Terrier 16
Terrier 17
Terrier 18
Terrier 19
Terrier 20
Terrier 21
Terrier 22
Terrier 23
Terrier 24
Terrier 25
Terrier 26
Terrier 27
Terrier 28
Terrier 29
Terrier 33
Terrier 35
Terrier 36
Terrier 37
Terrier 38
Terrier 39
Terrier 40
Terrier 41
Terrier 42
Terrier 43
Terrier 45
Terrier 46
Terrier 47
Terrier 48
Terrier 49
Terrier 51
Terrier 52
Terrier 53
Terrier 57
Terrier 58
Terrier 59
Terrier 61
Terrier 62
Terrier 63
Terrier 64
Terrier 65
Terrier 66
Terrier 67
Terrier 68
Terrier 69
Terrier 70
Terrier 71
Terrier 72
Terrier 73
Terrier 74
Terrier 75
Terrier 76
Terrier 77
Terrier 78
Terrier 79
Terrier 80
Terrier 81
Terrier 82
Terrier 83
Terrier 84
Terrier 85
Terrier 86
Terrier 87
Terrier 88
Terrier 89
Terrier 90
Terrier 91
Terrier 92
Terrier 93
Terrier 94
Terrier 95
Terrier 96

 

 

Where does the Terrier title come from? Advantage was taken of an archival pun for the title “because a terrier is a document that lists all the land (terra) and other property of a parsonage or other estate and because terriers dig out animals from the ground as searchers dig out facts from the archives”. The Archives had also benefited from the activity of Fred, a dog, in the previous summer, who alerted his master to a set of dumped Abney Park cemetery records in Clissold Park and in so doing led to their preservation as part of the cemetery records now held by Hackney Archives.