Hackney commonly refers to Hackney Central, an area of London, or the London Borough of Hackney. It may also refer to:
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... and Labour Party Member of Parliament for Brent South, born in Hackney ... Harry Cohen, Labour Member of Parliament was born in Hackney ... governor of New South Wales lived and is buried in Hackney ...
... Coordinates 53°09′07″N 1°34′12″W / 53.152°N 1.570°W / 53.152 -1.570 Hackney Farley Hill, Upper Hackney ... Hackney OS grid reference SK288617 District Derbyshire Dales Shire county Derbyshire Region East Midlands Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town MATLOCK Postcode district DE4 ... Hackney is home to Darley Dale Primary School on Greenaway Lane ...
... Key to "Notes" regarding the residents' affiliation to Hackney Letter Description B Indicates that the resident was born in Hackney ... D Indicates that the resident died in Hackney ... I Indicates that the subject is buried in Hackney ...
... list of schools in the London Borough of Hackney ... an independent collaborative body that organises education for Hackney's 27,000 pupils in over 70 schools, nurseries and play centres ...
... raised in Hackney ... Anne Keothavong, tennis player, grew up in Hackney and learned to play on park courts in the borough ... She still lives in Hackney ...
More definitions of "hackney":
- (noun): A compact breed of harness horse.
Famous quotes containing the word hackney:
“As to Don Juan, confess ... that it is the sublime of that there sort of writing; it may be bawdy, but is it not good English? It may be profligate, but is it not life, is it not the thing? Could any man have written it who has not lived in the world? and tooled in a post-chaise? in a hackney coach? in a Gondola? against a wall? in a court carriage? in a vis a vis? on a table? and under it?”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)
“Now hardly here and there an hackney coach
Appearing, showed the ruddy morns approach.
Now Betty from her masters bed had flown,
And softly stole to discompose her own;
The slipshod prentice from his masters door
Had pared the dirt, and sprinkled round the floor.”
—Jonathan Swift (16671745)