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Joe Orton playwright 1933-1967

9 Fayrhurst Road, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Benjamin Burrows, Musician and Composer, 1891-1966

2 University Road, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Carey's Cottage stood close to this site. William Carey 1761-1834

opposite the main entrance to Holiday Inn, St. Nicholas Circle, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Arthur Colahan 1885-1952 Composer of 'Galway Bay' lived here

9 Prebend Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Thomas Cook 1808-1892 pioneer of modern tourism lived here

244 London Road, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Thomas Cooper, Chartist, 1805-1892 had a coffee shop at this address in which he organised the movement in Leicester

11 Church Gate, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Agnes Archer Evans (nee Kilgour) 1851-1924 Pioneering teacher of girls education, along with Anna Chrysogon Beale, at Belmont House School 1882 - 1893. Founding member & treasurer of the Leicester and Leicestershire Women's Suffrage Society in 1887.

6 St Martins, Leicester, United Kingdom

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John Flower 1793-1861 artist

100 Regent Road, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Alice Hawkins 1863-1946 Leader of the women's suffrage movement in Leicester Worked for many years at Equity Shoes

Equity Shoes, Western Road, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Mary Linwood 1756-1845 eminent needlework artist lived near this site at 'The Priory', Belgrave Gate.

Thomas Cook Travel, 10 Belgrave Gate, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Mary Royce 1845-1892 founder of the Royce Institute and Leicester's first woman doctor

Royce Institute, Crane Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Top Hat Terrace built by Francis 'Tanky' Smith d. 1888 Leicester's first private detective Each of the sixteen carved heads on the building represent Tanky Smith in one of his many disguises

Top Hat Terrace, 113-117 London Road, Leicester, United Kingdom

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C.P. Snow, author and scientist, 1905-1980. Lord Snow of Leicester was born at 40 Richmond Road opposite this plaque

38 Richmond Road, Leicester, United Kingdom

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The High Cross stood at the centre of the medieval market place close to this spot.

17 Highcross Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Fox's Glacier Mints made in Leicester since 1895 and manufactured on this site 1923-1965. In 1965 production transferred to Braunstone, Leicester where Nestle still produces them to the traditional recipe

Oxford Court, Oxford Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Lawrence Wright, composer and publisher of popular songs 1888-1964. Opposite this site at 29 Lower Conduit Street the Wright Music Co. was established in 1906

The Jolly Miller Public House, Conduit Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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A Saxon House of around 600 AD, the first found in Leicester, was situated on this site

Oxford Street / Bonners Lane, Leicester, United Kingdom

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The North Gates of the Roman and Medieval walled town were situated close to this site

Northgate Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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The East Gates of the Roman and Medieval walled town were situated close to this spot

Eastgates, near the Clock Tower, Leicester, United Kingdom

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The South Gate of the Roman and Medieval walled town was situated close to this spot

Southgates pedestrian underpass, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Leicester and Leicestershire Maternity Hospital occupied the site from 1905 to 1971 Known locally as Bond Street Hospital, it was Leicester's first maternity hospital and the inspiration of the local branch of the National Union of Women Workers

Saxon House, corner of Causeway Lane and East Bond Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Joseph Aloysius Hansom, 1803-1882, inventor and architect, designed this building which was erected in 1845 as a Baptist Church.

Leicester College of Adult Education, Belvoir Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Joseph Aloysius Hansom, 1803-1882, inventor and architect, designed the central block of this building which was erected in 1836 as the Proprietary School, opened in 1837, and which re-opened as the Town Museum in 1849.

The Museum & Art Gallery, New Walk, Leicester, United Kingdom

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Fanny Fullagar 1847-1918 Leicester's first woman Poor Law Guardian. Elected to serve Newton Ward from 1889 to 1904.

the former Registry Office, Pocklingtons Walk, Leicester, United Kingdom

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The West Gate of the Roman and Medieval walled town was situated close to this site

north side of West Bridge, Leicester, United Kingdom

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The Conduit. This was a lead channel built in 1645 to take fresh water from St. Margaret's Fields to the Retail Market. It ran from Conduit Street to the end of Victoria Parade.

Conduit Street, Leicester, United Kingdom

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