The Independent London Newspaper
26th April 2019

Family Announcements



    The family of MICHELLE LOVELL would like to invite everyone who knew her to join us to say farewell on Thursday 9th February 2017.

    The cortege will pass through Highbury Barn arriving at Christ Church Highbury at midday for the service. It will continue on to Finchley Crematorium. 

    All are welcome.

    We will then meet back in the Highbury Barn Pub around 4pm to celebrate her life.


    2.2.1968 - 2.1.2017

    To my daddy

    Separated by death.
    Together by love.
    I miss you so much. 

    Love you forever Hollie. 


    Died peacefully in her sleep aged 86 on January 24th, surrounded by her family.

    Queenie was one of Kentish Town's funniest characters and was loved by many. She was our Queen, a mother to five, grandmother to six, great grandmother, Sister and Auntie.

    Queenie was born in Somers Town on the 20 January 1931 and grew up working on the stalls with her mother and father William and Queenie Felix and her brother Billy in Queens Crescent.

    She was known as Nanny Queenie to the children of Gaisford Street and will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by all her loving family, her friends and the whole community.

    Her funeral will be leaving the family home in Kentish Town, 79b Gaisford Street NW5 at 11.30am on Wednesday, 8th February,  for her funeral at St Dominic's at midday in Southampton Road and then to the Islington Crematorium in East Finchley, at 1.15pm.


    Of Quinn’s Public House, Kentish Town Road, who has sadly passed away. 

    The funeral service will be held at Our Lady of Hal Church, Arlington Road, NW1 at 12 Noon on Friday 17th February.

    No floral tributes are necessary.

    Many thanks for all the support and best wishes from all our generous, kind-hearted friends, both at home and across the water.

    Sadly missed by Mrs Quinn, Vincent, and family.