Samuel Deacon (1746-1816) Baptist preacher and clockmaker preached at the previous chapel built on this site.

Baptist Chapel, Main Street, Barton in the Beans, United Kingdom

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George Canning (1770-1827) Prime Minister during 1827 lived here between 1811-1814

Burbage Constitutional Club/Canning House, Church Street , Burbage, United Kingdom

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Norman Dagley World Champion Billiards Player [full inscription unknown]

Earl Shilton Institute, Station Road , Earl Shilton, United Kingdom

Lord Fisher [full inscription unknown]

C of E Primary School, Main Street , Higham on the Hill, United Kingdom

Reverend Dr Philip Doddridge [full inscription unknown]

Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel, Hinckley, United Kingdom

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Joseph Dare [full inscription unknown]

Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel, Hinckley, United Kingdom

Nat Langham (1820-1871) pugilist born in cross keys yard

Above archway to Cross Keys Yard, Castle Street, Hinckley, United Kingdom

Robert Chessher [full inscription unknown]

Queens Park Court, London Road, Hinckley, United Kingdom

Arthur Kimbrell [full inscription unknown]

Elements Nightclub, The Horsefair, Hinckley, United Kingdom

William Illiffe [full inscription unknown]

Framework Knitters Museum, Lower Bond Street, Hinckley, United Kingdom

Charlotte Mary Brame [full inscription unknown]

35 Castle Street, Hinckley, United Kingdom

Joseph Hansom [full inscription unknown]

Natwest Bank, The Borough, Hinckley, United Kingdom

Thomas Hooker 1586-1647 Puritan Clergyman Pupil of this School *Reputed Father of "American democracy"*

Dixie Grammar School, Station Road, Market Bosworth, United Kingdom

John Wesley [full inscription unknown]

41 The Green , Markfield, United Kingdom

The Railway Inn, Ratby

Railway Inn, Station Road , Ratby, United Kingdom

William Bass (1717-1787) Carrier of Hinckley and founder of the world famous brewery at Burton. He lived in a house in Castle End near this site

Castle Street, Hinckley, United Kingdom

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William Butler (1843-1907) Founder and partner of the famous Mitchells & Butler Brewery. He was born in a house in New Buildings close to this site

The Greyhound, New Buildings, Hinckley, United Kingdom