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Impresario Don Arden and mod band "Small Faces" (Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Jimmy Winston) worked here 1965-1967

Carnaby Street, London, United Kingdom

The Bee Gees. Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb & Maurice Gibb composed and stayed here 1968-1980

67 Brook Street, London, United Kingdom

Colen Campbell 1676-1729 architect and author of Vitruvius Britannicus lived and died here

76 Brook Street, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

Donald Pleasence 1919-1995 [full inscription unknown]

11 Strand on the Green, Chiswick, London, United Kingdom

Oscar Wilde 1854-1900 wit and dramatist lived here

34 Tite Street, Kensington and Chelsea, SW3, London, United Kingdom

This stone commemorates Sir Arthur Crosfield of Witanhurst 1865-1938 who led the campaign between 1918 and 1925 to preserve the Kenwood estate from development. His heroic work in raising funds and in persuading others to support & contribute to his cause helped to save Kenwood and make it a source of inspiration and delight for future generations.

Kenwood House, Hampstead, NW3, London, United Kingdom

Francis Bacon 1909-1992 Painter lived and worked here 1961-1992

7 Reece Mews, South Kensington, London, United Kingdom

Charles Dickens novelist lived here B: 1812. D: 1870

Prudential Buildings, 138–142 Holborn, EC1, London, United Kingdom

Their majesties King George & Queen Mary when visiting Becontree on Tuesday 12th June 1923 took tea in this cottage & planted two trees on the adjacent green.

20 Bushgrove Road, Dagenham, London, United Kingdom

Emmeline Pankhurst 1858-1928 and Dame Christabel Pankhurst 1880-1958 campaigners for Women's Suffrage lived here

50 Clarendon Road, Holland Park, Kensington and Chelsea, W11, London, United Kingdom

Near this site stood Baynard's Castle 1428-1666

Upper Thames Street, London, United Kingdom

Ashberry Cottage. Here lived William, Duke of Clarence later King William IV and Mrs Dorothea Jordan actress

Ashberry Cottage, Honor Oak Road, Forest Hill, SE23, London, United Kingdom

John Marshall founder of Marshall's Charity lived at his mansion house near this spot until his death in 1631 as did his father before him. Marshall's Charity had its offices here until 1967

9 Newcomen Street, Southwark, SE1, London, United Kingdom

Sir James A. H. Murray schoolmaster, philologist and editor of the New English Dictionary lived here 1870-1885

Highwood House, Highwood Hill, Barnet, NW7 , London, United Kingdom

James Brooks 1825-1901 Eminent Church Architect. Designed Church of St. Columba, Kingsland Road, 1868. Designed and built this house c.1862. Lived and died here.

Clissold Crescent, Hackney, London, United Kingdom

Henry Moore 1898–1986 sculptor lived and worked here 1929-1940

11a Parkhill Road, NW3, London, United Kingdom

Doctor Barnardo 1845-1905 began his work for children in a building on this site in 1866

58 Solent House, Ben Jonson Road, Tower Hamlets, E1, London, United Kingdom

On this site between 1680 and 1778 stood Jonathan's Coffee House, the principal meeting place of the city's stockbrokers.

Change Alley, EC3, London, United Kingdom

This churchyard formed part of the roadway approach to Old London Bridge 1176 - 1831

Lower Thames Street, EC3R 6DN, London, United Kingdom

Bakers Almshouses. Grade II Listed building. Designed by Thomas Edward Knightly FRIBA in an Italianate style, and built between 1857 and 1866 for the London Master Bakers Benevolent Institution

Bakers Almshouses, Lea Bridge Road E10, London, United Kingdom

Sunnyside Lodge. Locally Listed building. The former gatekeeper’s lodge to “Sunnyside”, a substantial mid 19thC house of 10 bedrooms, over the site of which Woodberry Way and Sunnyside Drive were laid out in the 1920’s and 30’s

73 Woodberry Way, Chingford E4, London, United Kingdom

John McCormack 1884–1945 Lyric tenor lived here 1908-1913

24 Ferncroft Avenue, NW3, London, United Kingdom

This tablet is erected to the glory of God in commemoration of the Evangelical Conversion of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A., on May 24, 1738. (This site of the meeting room of the Religious Society was probably 28 Aldersgate Street). And of the Rev. Charles Wesley, M.A., on May 21, 1738. The site of the house is near St Batholomew's Hospital. (No12 Little Britain). Erected by the International Methodist Historical Union. May 24 1926.

Aldersgate Street, London, United Kingdom

Eric Coates composer lived in this house 1925 to 1931

7 Willifield Way, Golders Green, NW11, London, United Kingdom

Patrick MacDowell RA 1799–1870 eminent sculptor lived here for many years

34 Wood Lane, Highgate, N6, London, United Kingdom

In this house lived John Adams First American Minister to Great Britain, May 1785 to March 1788 afterwards Second President of the United States. From here his daughter Abigail was married to Colonel William Stephens-Smith, First Secretary of the Legation and an Officer in the Revolutionary Army on Washington's staff. John Adams and Abigail, his wife through character and personality, did much to create understanding between the two English-speaking countries. In their memory this tablet is placed by the Colonial Dames of America 1933.

9 Grosvenor Square, London, United Kingdom

Sister Nivedita (Margaret Noble) 1867-1911 Educationalist and Campaigner for Indian Independence lived here

21A High Street, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor 1875-1912 composer of the 'Song of Hiawatha' lived here

30 Dagnall Park, South Norwood, Croydon, SE25, London, United Kingdom

Rosemary Stjernstedt 1912-1998 Architect senior grade 1 architect for Central Hill Estate

Central Hill Estate, Lambeth, London, United Kingdom

Augustus Siebe 1788-1872 pioneer of the diving helmet lived and worked here

5 Denmark Street, Camden, WC2, London, United Kingdom

William Morris Hall Financed by local subscription and erected by voluntary labour in 1909 by members of the William Morris Co-Operative Society as a "Home" for the Socialist/Trades Union/Co-Operative movement in Walthamstow.

6 Somers Road, Walthamstow, London, United Kingdom

The foundry established by William Caslon 1692-1766 typefounder stood on this site 1737-1909

21-23 Chiswell Street, Islington, EC1, London, United Kingdom

Site of Cripplegate demolished 1760

Wood Street, EC2Y 5BA, London, United Kingdom

Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe 1900-1996 landscape architect lived here 1935-1984

19 Grove Terrace, London, United Kingdom

The House of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts Manufactures and Commerce. Foundation Laid 28 March 1772 Complete 24 April 1774 Robert & James Adam Architects.

8 John Adam Street, London, United Kingdom

Walter Tull 1888-1918 pioneering footballer for Tottenham Hotspur and pioneering British Army Officer lived in a house on this site 1909-1910

77 Northumberland Park, Tottenham, London, United Kingdom

William Felton's carriage works was close to this spot. In 1803 he built a carriage powered by a steam engine designed and supplied by Richard Trevithick, the great Cornish engineer. The carriage made several trips from here with up to about 8 passengers. In July of that year, one trip was made via Grey's Inn Lane, Dorset Square and Tottenham Court Road to Paddington, returning the same day via Islington . This was the first self-powered vehicle to run in the streets of London and the world's first self-powered people carrier. The London Steam carriage heralded the age of the car.

54, Leather Lane, London, United Kingdom

This theatre was founded in 1897 by Herbert Tree actor & directed by him until his death 1917

Charles II Street, London, United Kingdom

Ho Chi Minh 1890-1969 founder of modern Vietnam worked in 1913 at the Carlton Hotel which stood on this site

Haymarket, London, United Kingdom

Arthur Schopenhauer 1788-1860 philosopher lived and studied here in 1803

Eagle House, High Street, Wimbledon, SW19 Merton, London, United Kingdom

Near this site stood the shop belonging to Thomas Faryner, the King's Baker, in which the Great Fire of September 1666 began. Presented by the Worshipful Company of Bakers to mark the 500th anniversary of their charter granted by King Henry VII in 1486

Pudding Lane, London, United Kingdom

AD 1800. William Round, Joseph Bird, church wardens. For the better accommodation of the Neighbourhood this Pump was removed to the Spot where it now stands. The spring by which it is supplied is situated four feet eastward and round it as History informs us the Parish Clerks of London in remote Ages annually performed sacred Plays that custom caused it to be denominated Clerks Well and from which this Parish derived its Name. The water was greatly esteemed by the Prior and Brethren of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem and the Benedictine Nuns in the Neighbourhood. This tablet which was formerly fixed on the site of the ancient clerk's well viz the pumphouse no. 2 Ray Street 119 yards westward was fixed here as a memento of the past in 1878. W.J. Harrison, Geo. Blackie, church wardens.

Clerk's Well, 14-16 Farringdon Lane, London, United Kingdom

A building of historic significance William & Mary period c1690-1700 grade II listed former home of the Beaverbrook Foundation, established by Lord Beaverbrook 1879-1964.

11 Old Queen Street, London, United Kingdom

THIS ALMESHOUSE (here in 28 decay’d Masters & Comanders of Ships or the Widows of such are maintain’d) was built by y CORP. of TRINITY_HOUSE AN 1695 The Ground was given by Capt. HENy MUDD of Rattcliff an. Elder Brother, whose widow did alfo contribute

Maud Road, London, United Kingdom

The Pastures Demolished 1966. Site of a substantial 17th Century house once the home of William Davis a local benefactor after whom the lane is named. Also the home of Agnes Cotton who named the house and founded the Home of the Good Shepherd in 1879

Davies Lane, Leytonstone, London, United Kingdom

West Ham Parish Boundary Stone. 31 W.H.P. WHP 1775 1864 1850. The dates on this stone show the years in which the boundary was confirmed. It was numbered 31 in 1864, but no longer marks any boundary. Parish boundary markers were beaten in an annual ceremony called The Beating of the Bounds. Parish boundaries were significant because welfare payments, burials and medical treatment for poor people used to be provided by the parish in which they were born.

nr Leytonstone Road, Leyton, London, United Kingdom

On this site was "Freshfields" where Terence Cuneo CVO OBE RGI FGRA 1907-1996 illustrator and artist lived and died

205 Ember Lane, East Molesey, London, United Kingdom

Arthur Onslow (1691-1768) Speaker of the House of Commons from 1728 to 1761 lived in a house on this site

20 Soho Square, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

In a house on this site the "Swan & Hoop" John Keats poet was born 1795

85 Moorgate, EC2, London, United Kingdom

Austin Dobson (1840-1921), poet and essayist, lived here.

10 Redcliffe Street, Kensington and Chelsea, SW10, London, United Kingdom