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William Clarke 1798-1856 landlord of The Bell, cricketer, founded Trent Bridge Cricket Ground 1838

The Bell Inn, 18 Angel Row, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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T.C. Hine, architect, lived here (1813-1899)

25 Regent Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Offices of Watson Fothergill (Architect) 1895

15 George Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Near this site stood the Malt Cross

Yates's Wine Lodge, 49 Long Row, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Site of John Player's first shop 1861

5 Beastmarket Hill, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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The Raleigh Company was founded here in 1888

13a Raleigh Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Site of the Mediaeval Town Gate (Chapel Bar)

former AXA Equity and Law Office, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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"Bendigo" William Abednego Thompson was born here 1811

19 Trinity Walk, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Charles I raised his Standard near here before the Civil War 1642

King Charles Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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This was the site off the Moot Hall throughout the middle ages from the time of the Norman conquest.

Swim & Dance Wear shop, Wheeler Gate/Friar Lane, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Site of St Ann's Well, buried in 1887

The Gardeners public house, The Wells Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Thomas Adams 1807 - 1873 Lace Manufacturer Christian Philanthropist

Adams Building, Stoney Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Upon this site formerly stood the Baptist Chapel in which William Carey (1761-1834) preached his memorable missionary sermon 30 May 1792

59 Maid Marian Way, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Site of Haywood's factory where D. H. Lawrence worked in 1901

site of Haywood's factory, New Look, Castle Gate, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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James M. Barrie author of "Peter Pan" lived here 1883-4

5 Birkland Avenue, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Dame Laura Knight, 1877-1970

Ethel Villas, 9 Noel Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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St Mary's Churchyard burial place of George Africanus (1763-1834) Nottingham's first black entrepeneur

St. Mary's Church, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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George Africanus c1763 -1834 pioneer employment agency entrepreneur, property owner and landlord lived and worked near here formerly 28 Chandlers Lane

The Major Oak Pub, 11-13 Victoria Street, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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