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Harry Weslake 1897-1978 an inspired engineer whose revolutionary designs gave car, motorcyle and aero engines more power lived here 1908-1919

Clyde House, 16 Princes Street South, Exeter, United Kingdom

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Doctor Peter Hennis Behind this wall is the restored grave of Peter Hennis a much admired and revered physician and the hero of the Exeter cholera outbreak of 1832. He died following a duel on Haldon Racecourse in 1833.

Sidwell Street, Exeter, United Kingdom

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Carpenter Close (St Wilfred's) These buildings, derelict for a decade, were redeveloped by Exeter City Council Radford Cruse Aggett Architects L.Aggett RIBA Designer

Carpenter Street, Exeter, United Kingdom

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Charles Dickens, 1812-1870, Novelist, stayed here, the home and printworks of Thomas Latimer, 1803-1888, campaigning journalist.

143 Fore Street, Exeter, United Kingdom

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Franz Liszt 1811-1886 Hungarian pianist and composer gave two recitals here on successive days in August 1840

Royal Clarence Hotel, Cathedral Yard, Exeter, United Kingdom

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The Dean and Chapter of Exeter in 1394–5 built a house on this site in which John Shillingford, a notable mayor, resided from 1423 to 1458. From 1543 to 1554 John Bodley, merchant, lived there and it is accepted that it was the birthplace of his son, Sir Thomas Bodley, founder of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, who was born in Exeter on 2nd March 1544.

Corner of Gandy Street and High Street, Exeter, United Kingdom

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9 Park Place, childhood home of William Kingdon Clifford, born May 1845, died March 1879, mathematician and philosopher

9 Park Place, Exeter, United Kingdom

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Richard Ford (1796–1858) Author and traveller lived in Heavitree House on this site

Junction of Meadow Way and Church Street, Heavitree, Exeter, United Kingdom

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Gandy Street was the childhood home of both Colonel David Collins RM first Judge Advocate of New South Wales (1788-96) and first Lieut. Governor of Tasmania (1804-10) and George P. Harris first Deputy Surveyor General of Tasmania (1804-10) and previously with Col. Collins at Port Phillip.

Britannia Building Society, Gandy Street, Exeter, United Kingdom

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Fairpark, Residence 1885–1916 of Harry Hems, born 1842, died 1916, ecclesiastical sculptor

82 Longbrook Street, Exeter, United Kingdom

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F. J. Widgery 1861-1942 Landscape painter and Freeman of Exeter lived here 1891-1940

11 Howell Road, Exeter, United Kingdom

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This plaque commemorates stage and screen stars Violet and Irene Vanbrugh. Violet (1867-1942) was born in a house near this site, her sister Dame Irene (1872-1949) at Heavitree Vicarage.

on the walkway between Roman Walk and Southernhay, near the Exeter Blitz Memorial, Exeter, United Kingdom

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