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C. A. Busby 1786-1834 architect lived and worked here

4 Lansdowne Place, Hove, United Kingdom

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Elizabeth Allan (1910-1990) film and stage star lived here

Courtenay Tye, Courtenay Terrace, Hove, United Kingdom

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William IV and Queen Adelaide stayed here 1829

Royal York Hotel, Old Steine, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Edward Carpenter (1844-1929) author was born here

45 Brunswick Square, Hove, United Kingdom

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Admiral Sir Edward Codrington 1770-1851 hero of the Battle of Navarino lived here

Codrington Mansions, 140 Western Road, Brighton, United Kingdom

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David Mocatta 1806-1882 Anglo-Jewish architect remodelled this building as the City's first purpose built Synagogue in 1838

38-39 Devonshire Place, Brighton, United Kingdom

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On this site stood the first school in Sussex for the education of the deaf and dumb 1848-1941

127-135 Eastern Road, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Henry Michell Wagner 1792 - 1870 and his son Arthur Douglas Wagner 1824 - 1902 Priests and founders of Brighton churches lived here

Sixth Form College, Temple Gardens, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Brighton Little Theatre opened here with George Bernard Shaw's Candida 4th June 1940

Clarence Gardens, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Vesta Tilley (Lady de Frece) 1864-1952 music hall artiste lived here

St Aubyns Mansions, Hove, United Kingdom

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Hablot Knight Browne 'Phiz' 1815-1882 Charles Dickens's illustrator lived here 1880-1882

8 Clarendon Villas, Hove, United Kingdom

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Dame Clara Butt 1848-1936 recitalist and concert singer lived here

St Aubyns Mansions, Hove, United Kingdom

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Margaret Ramsay 1908-1991 playwrights' agent lived here

34 Kensington Place, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Dame Henrietta Barnett

45 Wish Road, Hove, United Kingdom

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At the turn of the 19th Century this 'Goldstone' was thought to be a sacred stone of the Druids. This led to large numbers of people visiting the site and causing damage to the surrounding farm crops. In the early 1830's Mr. William Marsh Rigden, the landowner, buried the stone and smaller surrounding stones to stop this happening. The stones lay buried until 29th September 1900 when William Hollamby, one of the Hove Commissioners, discovered their position and had them unearthed. In 1906 the stones were put on display here in the newly opened Hove Park.

Hove Park, Hove, United Kingdom

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Charles Dickens 1812-1870 was a frequent visitor to the Bedford Hotel which stood on this site until 1964

Holiday Inn Hotel (former Bedford Hotel), 137 Kings Road, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Dame Anita Roddick 1942-2007 entrepeneur, retailer, activist. The Body Shop first opened here on 27th March 1976

Kensington Gardens, Brighton, United Kingdom

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John Constable RA 1776-1837 lodged and worked in this house in 1824 and 1828 then known as 9 Mrs Sober's Gardens

11 Sillwood Road, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Barry Wilkinson (1923-2007) artist and illustrator lived here

Compton Avenue, Brighton, United Kingdom

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The Reverend Henry Venn Elliott 1792-1865 founder of St Mary's Hall (1836-2009) and his sister Charlotte Elliott 1789-1871 composer of "Just As I Am" and many other hymns

St Mary's Hall, Brighton, United Kingdom

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King Edward VII 1841-1910 as Prince of Wales and as monarch, was a frequent visitor to this house, home of the Sassoon family

8 King's Gardens, Hove, United Kingdom

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Henry Solomon 1794 - 1844 Chief Officer Brighton Police was attacked and fatally injured here in his office

Brighton Town Hall, Brighton, United Kingdom

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John Saxby 1821-1913 pioneer of railway signalling was born and lived in Brighton

Brighton Station, Brighton, United Kingdom

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David Mocatta FRIBA 1806-1882 architect to L&BR designed this building which was opened in 1841

Brighton Station, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Ken Fines 1923-2008 Director of Planning 'Our hero' saved and named the North Laine Conservation Area

Infinity Foods, Church Street, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Dr Helen Boyle (1869-1957) Pioneering doctor & psychiatrist. She led the work for 50 years here at the former Lady Chicester Hospital. First woman president of the Royal Medico-Phychological Association.

Aldrington House, New Church Road, Hove, United Kingdom

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Thomas Simpson 1825-1908 architect & surveyor of Brighton & Hove schools, including this school opened in 1884

, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Sir Charles Barry 1795-1860 Architect of the Houses of Parliament, designed this church, consecrated in 1828

, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Captain Theodore Wright VC Corps of Royal Engineers born here in 1883 killed in action Mons 1914

109 Lansdowne Place, Hove, United Kingdom

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Subedar Mir Dast 1874-1945 VC IOM OBI 55th Coke's Rifles attached to 57th Wilde's Rifles FF. Received the Victoria Cross from King George V at the Royal Pavilion Military Hospital for bravery at Ypres.

The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Actress Harriot Mellon Duchess of St Albans and Brighton socialite stayed here 1830-37

Regency Square, Brighton, United Kingdom

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Captain Edward Zeff MBE Croix de Guerre 1904-1973 "Georges 53" WW2 secret agent in France Special Operations Executive lived here

Embassy Court, Brighton, United Kingdom

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