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Thomas Tomkins, organist and master of the choristers at Worcester Cathedral from 1596 until his death in 1656

College Green, Worcester, United Kingdom

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On 8th April 1786 John Adams and Thomas Jefferson - the second and third Presidents of the United States of America - dined in the old Hop Pole Inn, which is the building to the left of this hotel, during their 8-day tour of English gardens and Civil War battle sites. Later, on Fort Royal Hill, Adams demanded of local people: "do Englishmen so soon forget the ground where liberty was fought for? All England should come in pilgrimage to this hill once a year."

Whitehouse Hotel, Worcester, United Kingdom

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Sir Edward Elgar (2 June 1857-23 February 1934) Master of the King's Musick composer of Land of Hope and Glory and the Enigma Variations lived here

College Precincts, Worcester, United Kingdom

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John Williams 1773-1853 pioneering scientific horticulturalist, plant breeder and meteorologist lived at Pitmaston House

Pitmaston House, Malvern Road, Worcester, United Kingdom

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Worcestershire County Cricket Club founded here 3rd March 1865

Whitehouse Hotel, Foregate Street, Worcester, United Kingdom

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Benjamin Williams Leader (1831-1923) English Landscape Artist lived here

Diglis House Hotel, Severn Street, Worcester, United Kingdom

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