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Leyton Library. Grade II Listed building. Designed by John Knight in an Italianate style and opened in 1882 as Leyton Town Hall. Outgrown by 1892 and replaced by the new Town Hall alongside. Later adapted to serve as a public Library

Leyton Library, High Road E10, London, United Kingdom

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Leyton Town Hall. Grade II Listed building. Designed by John Johnson in a rich eclectic style after a competition involving over 30 entries. Erected 1894-96 to replace the original public offices now Leyton Library

Leyton Municipal Offices, High Road E10, London, United Kingdom

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Jack Cornwell V.C. 1900-1916. Adjacent to this site stood Clyde Cottage birthplace of John Travers Cornwell the youngest recipient of the Victoria Cross posthumously awarded for bravery at the Battle of Jutland in World War I

Clyde Place Leyton E10, London, United Kingdom

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Remembering Woolworths. 168 people killed. Britain's worst V2 attack 25th November 1944

Iceland, formerly Woolworths, 277 New Cross Rd, SE14 6AS, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Leslie Stephen 1832-1904 scholar and writer lived here

22 Hyde Park Gate, London, United Kingdom

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Sylvia Plath 1932-1963 poet lived here 1960-1961

3 Chalcot Square, London, United Kingdom

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti 1828-1882 poet and painter was born here

110 Hallam Street, London, United Kingdom

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Erected by the Governor of the Seamen's Hospital Society, the Port of London. In memory of John Lydekker, Esq.r South Sea Ship Owner. Gratefully to record his munificent bequest to that institution. He died on the 23rd July 1832, and was burried in the North Vault of the Church of St Dionis, Backchurch, Fenchurch Street.

Museum of London Docklands - West India Quay, London, United Kingdom

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To perpetuate the memory of Robert Milligan a Merchant of London, to whose genius, perseverance and guardian care the surrounding great work principally owes it's design, accomplishment and regulation. The Directors and Proprietors, deprived by his death on the 21st May, 1809 on the continuance of his invaluable services, by their unanimous vote have caused this statue to be erected.

Back of the plinth below the Robert Milligan statue - West India Quay (outside the Museum of London Docklands), London, United Kingdom

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Henry Mayers Hyndman 1842-1921 socialist leader lived and died here

13 Well Walk, Camden, NW3, London, United Kingdom

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W. W. Jacobs 1863-1943 author lived here

15 Gloucester Gate, (Albany Street frontage), Regent's Park, Camden, London, United Kingdom

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Clive of India 1725-1774 soldier and administrator lived here

45 Berkeley Square, London, United Kingdom

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John Ireland 1879-1962 composer lived here

14 Gunter Grove, Kensington and Chelsea, London, United Kingdom

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Joseph Whitaker 1820-1895 publisher, founder of Whitaker's Almanack lived and died here

White Lodge, 68 Silver Street, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

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Francis Bret Harte 1836-1902 American writer lived and died here

74 Lancaster Gate, London, United Kingdom

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Dame Edith Evans 1888-1976 actress lived here

109 Ebury Street, Victoria, Westminster, SW1, London, United Kingdom

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Michael William Balfe (1808-1870) musical composer lived here

12 Seymour Street, London, United Kingdom

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W. P. Frith 1819-1909 painter lived and died here

114 Clifton Hill, London, United Kingdom

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Emily Davies 1830-1921 founder of Girton College, Cambridge lived here

17 Cunningham Place, London, United Kingdom

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Earl Roberts (1832-1914) Field-Marshal lived here

47 Portland Place, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

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This was the home and museum of Dr William Hunter anatomist 1718-1783

Lyric Theatre (rear portion), Great Windmill Street, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Dame Sybil Thorndyke 1882-1976 actress lived here 1921-1932

6 Carlyle Square, Kensington and Chelsea, SW3, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Arthur Eddington OM 1882-1944 mathematician and astrophysicist lived here

4 Bennett Park, Blackheath, London, United Kingdom

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W. F. R. Stanley 1829-1909 inventor, manufacturer and philanthropist, founded and designed these halls and technical school

Stanley Halls, 12 South Norwood Hill, London, United Kingdom

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Richard Jefferies 1848-1887 naturalist and writer lived here

59 Footscray Road, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Frank Dyson 1868-1939 Astronomer Royal lived here 1894-1906

6 Vanbrugh Hill, London, United Kingdom

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Lord John Russell 1st Earl Russell 1792-1878 twice Prime Minister lived here

37 Chesham Place, Westminster, SW1, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Arthur Bliss 1891-1975 composer lived here 1929-1939

East Heath Lodge, 1 East Heath Road, Hampstead, London, United Kingdom

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George Bentham 1800-1884 botanist lived here

25 Wilton Place, Belgravia, London, United Kingdom

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Alastair Sim 1900-1976 actor lived here 1953-1975

8 Frognal Gardens, London, United Kingdom

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Evelyn Underhill 1875-1941 Christian philosopher and teacher lived here 1907-1939

50 Campden Hill Square, London, United Kingdom

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Henry Hall 1898-1989 dance band leader and broadcaster lived here 1932-1959

38 Harman Drive, Cricklewood, Barnet, London, United Kingdom

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Martina Bergman Osterberg 1849-1915 pioneer of Physical Education for Women lived and worked here

1 Broadhurst Gardens, London, United Kingdom

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George Gissing 1857-1903 novelist lived here 1882-1884

33 Oakley Gardens, Kensington and Chelsea, SW3, London, United Kingdom

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Nigel Thomas Irwin Wiskar drunken buffoon 2000-

Dollis Road, Barnet, London, United Kingdom

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Bud Flanagan 1896-1968 comedian and leader of the 'Crazy Gang' born here

12 Hanbury Street, Tower Hamlets, E1, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Henry Newbolt 1862-1938 poet lived here

29 Campden Hill Road, London, United Kingdom

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Cato Street Conspiracy discovered here 23 February 1820

1a Cato Street, London, United Kingdom

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Béla Bartók 1881-1945 Hungarian composer stayed here when performing in London

7 Sydney Place, South Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea, SW7, London, United Kingdom

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Madame D’Arblay (Fanny Burney) authoress lived here. born 1752 died 1840

11 Bolton Street, London, United Kingdom

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Edward Gibbon 1737-1792 historian lived in a house on this site 1773-1783

7 Bentinck Street, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Maharajah Duleep Singh 1838-1893 last ruler of Lahore lived here 1881-1886

53 Holland Park, London, United Kingdom

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William Wilberforce 1759-1833 opponent of slavery died here

44 Cadogan Place, London, United Kingdom

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City Pesthouse Built here in open fields 1593 Used during the Great Plague 1665 Demolished 1736

Bath Street, Islington, London, United Kingdom

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General James Wolfe 1727-1759 Victor of Quebec lived here

Macartney House, Greenwich Park, SE10 Greenwich, London, United Kingdom

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Kenneth More CBE 1914-1982 actor lived and died here

27 Rumbold Road, Fulham, SW6, London, United Kingdom

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Bon Scott 1946-1980 lead singer and lyricist for AC DC gone but never forgotten

67 Overhill Road, East Dulwich, London, United Kingdom

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Guild & Church Ward of St Botolph-without-Aldersgate A church building has stood here for nearly one thousand yeards. The present building dates back to 1788-91. More important than the age or beauty of the building, however, is that Jesus Christ, and the message of his death and resurrection, is proclaimed here throughout the week.

Aldersgate Street, London, United Kingdom

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Sir John Kirk JP Christian philanthropist the children's friend 1847-1922

32 John Street, WC1, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Henry Rider Haggard 1856-1925 novelist lived here 1885-1888

69 Gunterstone Road, Hammersmith and Fulham, W14, London, United Kingdom

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