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Morgan Phillips 1902–63 politician

115 Rannoch Road, W6, London, United Kingdom

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Leigh Hunt poet & essayist lived here 1853-1859

16 Rowan Road, W6, London, United Kingdom

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Novelist Antonia White (Eirene Botting) 1899-1980 lived here 1899-1921

22 Perham Road, W14, London, United Kingdom

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Socialist MP Denis Nowell Pritt 1887-1972. North Hammersmith 1935-1950.

446 Uxbridge Road, W12, London, United Kingdom

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Actor Henry Irving (John Henry Brodribb) 1838-1905 lived on this site 1881-1889

St Paul’s Girls School, Brook Green, W6, London, United Kingdom

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St Vincent's takes its name from the Brothers of St Vincent de Paul who ran a boy's orphanage in an old house on this site in the 1860s. The Sisters of the Misericorde of Seez lived here from 1868 to 1964 and rebuilt the house in 1913. Since 1968 St Vincent's has been a care home. It was again rebuilt in 2006.

Queen Caroline Street, W6, London, United Kingdom

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Designer of the first Hammersmith Bridge William Tierney Clark 1783-1852 lived in this waterworks site c. 1839

Upper Mall, W6, London, United Kingdom

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Irish Nationalist and Politician Michael Collins 1890-1922 lived here 1914-15

5 Netherwood Road, W14, London, United Kingdom

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