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Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) H. G. Wells, the writer, lived in this district for several years. Between 1893 and 1894 he lived here and later, on his return from London, moved to 'The Avenue' in Worcester Park. In his novel 'Ann Veronica' (1909), Worcester Park appears as 'Morningside Park'.

25 Langley Park Road, Sutton, London, United Kingdom

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Arthur Hughes (1832–1915)

284 London Road, Wallington, London, United Kingdom

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Honeywood. In the 1880's John Kirk, a merchant, reconstructed a building called Wandle Cottage on this site and transferred the name 'Honeywood' from the neighbouring house, which he demolished. Novelist and philosopher William Henry Hale White ("Mark Rutherford") lived in Wandle Cottage, 1804-6. A watercourse runs beneath the house.

Honeywood Walk, Carshalton, London, United Kingdom

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Harry Tate (1872-1940) Near here stood Camden House, once home of Harry Tate from 1920-31. Born Ronald Hutchinson in Scotland in 1872, he adopted 'Tate' as a stage name. He became a music hall star successful in revue and silent films and was one of the first entertainers to broadcast.

27 Camden Road, Sutton, London, United Kingdom

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Ann Boleyn's Well. A romantic tradition alleges that a blow from the hoof of Anne Boleyn's horse caused the spring (now dry) to rise. However, "Bullen's Well" more likely refers to "Bolonia" or "Boulogne", the Count of Boulogne was lord of the manor in the 12th century. The well may have been near a chapel dedicated to "Our Lady of Boulogne".

All Saints’ Churchyard, High Street, Carshalton, London, United Kingdom

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Graham Vivian Sutherland O.M., A.R.E. (1908-1980) Sutherland was a major 20th century artist, known for his paintings, etchings and designs. He lived here at “Four Winds” between 1922 and 1924. His paintings and etchings of rural scenes were exhibited at the Royal Academy every year from 1923 to 1930. His important works include the Coventry Cathedral tapestry and portraits of eminent personalities.

Four Winds, Upland Road, Sutton, United Kingdom

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Mervyn Lawrence Peake (1911-1968). Peake was best known as a novelist. He was the author of 'Titus Groan', 'Gormanghast' and 'Titus Alone'. He was also a recognised artist, showing a talent for illustrating and etching. After 1945 he became an accredited war artist. Peake lived on this site in 'Woodcroft' between 1922-32 and 1952-62

Surrey Court, 55 Woodcote Road, Wallington, London, United Kingdom

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William Gilpin (1724–1804)

Tabor Court, High Street, Cheam, United Kingdom

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E. C. H. Roland (1883–1955) music-hall singer

Times 2 Shopping Centre, High Street, Sutton., Sutton, United Kingdom

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