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  1. John Petty (1919 – 1973)

    1 plaque in 40 Kent Street

  2. George Borrow (1803 – 1881)

    3 plaques in 22 Hereford Square, Kensington and Chelsea, Fjaerland Hotel, 24/25 Trafalgar Road, and Willow Lane

  3. Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke (1843 – 1911)

    1 plaque in 76 Sloane Street, Kensington and Chelsea, SW1

  4. Mervyn Lawrence Peake (1911 – 1968)

    2 plaques in 1 Drayton Gardens, Kensington and Chelsea, SW10 and Surrey Court, 55 Woodcote Road, Wallington

  5. Edmund Burke (1729 – 1797)

    2 plaques in 37 Gerrard Street, Westminster, W1 and 11 North Parade

  6. Olive Schreiner (1855 – 1920)

    1 plaque in 16 Portsea Place, Westminster, W2

  7. G. Lowes Dickinson (1862 – 1932)

    1 plaque in 11 Edwardes Square, Kensington and Chelsea, W8

  8. Sydney Smith (1771 – 1845)

    1 plaque in 14 Doughty Street, Camden, WC1

  9. William Potts (1868 – 1949)

    1 plaque in 16 Parson Street

  10. John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892 – 1973)

    10 plaques in 20 Northmoor Road, Sarehole Mill, Cole Bank Rd, Teleperformance House, Hagley Road, Plough and Harrow Hotel, Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Highfield Day Nursery and Preschool - 3-4 Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Hotel Miramar, East Overcliff Drive, 2 Darnley Road, West Park, 76 Sandfield Rd, Headington, OX3 7RL, Dennison Centre, Cottingham Road, and 19 President Steyn Avenue

  11. Frank Norman (1930 – 1980)

    1 plaque in 151 Whiteladies Road

  12. Daniel Defoe (1660 – 1731)

    2 plaques in

  13. Arnold Bennett (1867 – 1931)

    6 plaques in 75 Cadogan Square, Villa "Les Nefliers", Avon, Seine-et-Marne, Île-de-France, France, Travel Lodge Farringdon, 10-42 King's Cross Road, and Chiltern Court, Baker Street

  14. Edward Carpenter (1844 – 1929)

    1 plaque in 45 Brunswick Square

  15. George Moore (1852 – 1933)

    3 plaques in 121 Ebury Street and 4 Ely Place

  16. Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 – 1894)

    9 plaques in 7 Mount Vernon, Hampstead, 17 Heriot Row, 608 Bush Street, Custom House, Harbour Terrace, KW1 5HB, 14 Canonmills, EH3 5LH, TBC, Globe Hotel, Main Street, and 11 Stevenson Lane

  17. George Grossmith (1847 – 1912)

    1 plaque in 28 Dorset Square

  18. Ted Willis (1918 – 1992)

    1 plaque in 5 Shepherds Green, Chislehurst, BR7 6PB

  19. Sir John Lubbock MP (1834 – 1913)

    3 plaques in 29 Eaton Place, Westminster, SW1 and 103 Lubbock Road

  20. Antony Dale (1912 – 1993)

    1 plaque in 46 Sussex Square

  21. Dodie Smith (1895 – 1990)

    3 plaques in 18 Dorset Square, 609 Stretford Road, Old Trafford, and Upper Howe Street

  22. Hannah More (1745 – 1833)

    3 plaques in Keepers Cottage, Brislington Hill, Brislington, 4 Windsor Terrace, and William Street

  23. C. S. Lewis (1898 – 1963)

    4 plaques in The Kilns, Lewis Close, Headington Quarry, "Little Lea", Circular Road, Dundela Avenue, Strandtown, and The Unicorn Inn, Worcester Road

  24. Sir Alan Herbert (1890 – 1971)

    2 plaques in 12 Hammersmith Terrace, Hammersmith, Hammersmith and Fulham, W6

  25. George MacDonald (1824 – 1905)

    4 plaques in 20 Albert Street, Camden, NW1, Tarrant Street, 25 Upper Mall, W6, and Casa Coraggio

  26. G. A. Henty (1832 – 1902)

    1 plaque in 33 Lavender Gardens, SW11 Wandsworth

  27. Patrick Hamilton (1904 – 1962)

    1 plaque in 12 First Avenue

  28. Mary Prince (1788 – 1833)

    1 plaque in Senate House, University of London, Russell Square

  29. Philip Stanhope KG (1694 – 1773)

    son of Philip Stanhope (1673 – 1726)

    3 plaques in Ranger’s House, Chesterfield Walk, SE10 Greenwich, 4 Pierrepont Street, and 45 Bloomsbury Square, WC1

  30. Les Dawson (1932 – 1993)

    2 plaques in The Palace Theatre, Oxford Road and The Bumbles, Islay Road

  31. Spike Milligan KBE Hon CBE (1918 – 2002)

    5 plaques in 9 Orme Court, 127 Holden Road, Woodside Park, KOKO, Chalk Farm Road, 5 Holborn Street, and 2 Strutton Ground, SW1P 2HP

  32. Naomi Jacob (1884 – 1964)

    2 plaques in Via Vittorio Emanuele

  33. P. G. Wodehouse (1881 – 1975)

    4 plaques in 17 Dunraven Street, Westminster, W1, Threepwood, Record Road, 59 Epsom Road, and 16 Walton Street

  34. Walter Pater (1839 – 1894)

    brother of Clara Pater (1841 – 1910)

    3 plaques in 12 Earls Terrace and 2 Bradmore Road

  35. Oliver Postgate (1925 – 2008)

    1 plaque in 4 Chandos Road

  36. Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804 – 1864)

    2 plaques in 4 Pond Road, Blackheath and 10 Lansdowne Circus

  37. Robert Tressell (1870 – 1911)

    5 plaques in 241 London Road, Plynlimmon Road, 70 Pembroke Place, and 37 Wexford Street, Dublin 2

  38. Hester Thrale (1741 – 1821)

    wife of Henry Thrale (1724 – 1781)

    friend of Dr Samuel Johnson (1709 – 1784)

    3 plaques in 8 Gay Street, 78 West Street, and 20 Sion Hill

  39. Benjamin Franklin (1706 – 1790)

    9 plaques in 36 Craven Street, Westminster, WC2, Orchard Street, 56 rue Jacob, Park opposite 112-116 Franklin St., S. Hanover St. between Pomfret & High Sts., Chestnut St. between 3rd & 4th Sts., at Nat'l. Liberty Mus., Pine St. between 8th & 9th Sts., 212 S 4th St., and Baltimore (PA 94) & Middle Sts.

  40. Caroline DeCamp Benn (1926 – 2000)

    1 plaque in 12 Holland Park Avenue

  41. Cyril Connolly (1903 – 1974)

    2 plaques in 48 St John’s Road and 65 Summerdown Road (2)

  42. Ian Rankin (born in 1960)

    1 plaque in The Elephant House, 21 George IV Bridge

  43. Ron Delderfield (1912 – 1972)

    brother of Eric Delderfield (1909 – 1995)

    2 plaques in Chapel Hill and 22 Ashburton Avenue

  44. Jerome K. Jerome (1859 – 1927)

    3 plaques in Belsize House, Bradford Street and 104 Chelsea Gardens, Chelsea Bridge Road

  45. Beatrix Potter (1866 – 1943)

    6 plaques in Bousfield Primary School, South Bolton Gardens, Chelsea, 2 Croft Terrace, Gorse Hall Estate, Grange Fell Road, and Mariners Restaurant, Silver Street

  46. Charles Marston K St J JP FSA (1867 – 1946)

    son of John Marston JP (1836 – 1918)

    1 plaque in The Oaks, Merridale Road

  47. Alfred Noyes CBE (1880 – 1958)

    1 plaque in Co Operative Funeral Services, St. Mark's Road

  48. Geraint Goodwin (1903 – 1941)

    1 plaque in Barclays Bank, 3 The Cross

  49. William Henry Davies (1871 – 1940)

    2 plaques in The Church House Inn, 14 Portland Street and 6 Portland Street

  50. Sir Osbert Sitwell CH Bt (1892 – 1969)

    2 plaques in Woodend Creative Workspace, The Crescent and 2 Carlyle Square, SW3

  51. Ernest Raymond (1888 – 1974)

    1 plaque in

  52. John Freeman (1853 – 1944)

    1 plaque in Church Street, Bilston

  53. James Smith (1775 – 1839)

    1 plaque in ?

  54. Isaac D’Israeli (1766 – 1848)

    father of Benjamin Disraeli (1804 – 1881)

    2 plaques in Enfield Town Railway Station, 6 Bloomsbury Square, and 6 Bloomsbury Square

  55. Charles Cowden Clarke (1787 – 1877)

    1 plaque in Enfield Town Railway Station

  56. Joseph Tomelty (1911 – 1995)

    1 plaque in 22 Shore Road

  57. Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745)

    3 plaques in Old Church, near Dublin Castle, and Church yard of the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Horse Fair

  58. Sir William Golding CBE (1911 – 1993)

    5 plaques in North Walk, Golding House, The Green, Ebble Thatch, and 47 Mount Wise, St Columb Minor

  59. Sir William Addison (1905 – 1992)

    1 plaque in Abbotts Travel, 169 High Road

  60. Robert Boothby (1900 – 1986)

    1 plaque in 1, Eaton Square, SW1

  61. Dame Agatha Christie DBE (1890 – 1976)

    5 plaques in 58 Sheffield Terrace, Kensington and Chelsea, W8, Winterbrook House, Cholsey, Barton Road, and Christie Cottage, Cresswell Place, SW10

  62. Sir Francis Chichester KBE (1901 – 1972)

    1 plaque in 9 St James's Place

  63. Hart Crane (1899 – 1932)

    1 plaque in 79 Charles Street, NY 10014

  64. Willa Cather (1873 – 1947)

    1 plaque in 82 Washington Place New York, NY 10012

  65. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 – 1930)

    creator of Sherlock Holmes (1854 – 1917)

    creator of Dr John H. Watson

    14 plaques in 12 Tennison Road, South Norwood, Croydon, SE25, T Startin Ltd, Aston Road North, 2 Upper Wimpole Street, Paddington, Langham Hotel, 1c Portland Place, 1 Durnford Street, Edinburgh Medical School, Writers Walk, Elm Grove, Southsea, corner of Pulteney St and Rundle St, Picardy Place, The Hill House, and The Hill House

  66. Ashley Dukes (1885 – 1959)

    1 plaque in Ladbroke Road

  67. Kenneth Grahame (1859 – 1932)

    5 plaques in Herries School, Dean Lane, 16 Phillimore Place, Kensington, W8, Castle Street, Herries Preparatory School, Dean Lane, and Boham’s House

  68. Thomas de Quincey (1785 – 1859)

    3 plaques in 36 Tavistock Street, Westminster, WC2, Mosley Street, Charlotte Street, and 79 Renfield Street, G2 1LP

  69. Frank Kingdon-Ward (1885 – 1958)

    1 plaque in Former 14 Heaton Road, Withington

  70. Charles Knight (1791 – 1873)

    2 plaques in Bachelors Acre and 2 Castle Hill

  71. Arthur Morrison (1863 – 1945)

    1 plaque in 70 High Road

  72. Henry Miller (1891 – 1980)

    1 plaque in 91 Remsen Street Brooklyn, NY 11201

  73. John Cowper Powys (1872 – 1963)

    2 plaques in High Street and London Road

  74. Mischa Richter (1910 – 2001)

    1 plaque in Commercial Street

  75. C. P. Snow (1905 – 1980)

    1 plaque in 38 Richmond Road

  76. John Steinbeck (1902 – 1968)

    1 plaque in 190 East 72nd Street, NY 10021

  77. Edward John Trelawney (1792 – 1881)

    friend of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792 – 1822)

    friend of Lord George Gordon Byron (1788 – 1824)

    1 plaque in Royal Hotel, New Market Street

  78. Rachel Annand Taylor (1876 – 1960)

    1 plaque in Harlaw Academy, 18-20 Albyn Place

  79. Leo Walmsley (1892 – 1966)

    2 plaques in King Street and 7, Clifton Place

  80. Alan Durband (1927 – 1993)

    1 plaque in Foyer of the Everyman Theatre, 13 Hope Street

  81. Neil M. Gunn (1891 – 1973)

    1 plaque in old Customs and Excise Building (now Optical Express), High Street

  82. Emile Zola (1840 – 1902)

    3 plaques in Queen's Hotel, 122 Church Road, Upper Norwood and 24 Oatlands Chase

  83. James Joyce (1882 – 1941)

    son of Mary Jane "May" Murray (born in 1859)

    12 plaques in Merrion Square South, 6 Alexandra Terrace, Clarence Road, 41 Brighton Square, No 60 Shelbourne Road, 23 Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock, 52 Upper Clanbrassil Street, Portobello, Ormond Hotel, Ormond Quay, 28 Campden Grove, Kensington, W8 4JQ, 'Leoville', Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock, 45 Mary Street, 71 rue de Cardinal Lemoine, and 12 rue de l'Odéon

  84. George Bernard Shaw (1856 – 1950)

    6 plaques in The Adelphi, Westminster, WC2, 33 Synge Street, 8, Blenheim Terrace, and 2,3 and 4, Maybury Knowle, The Ridge

  85. David Lodge (born in 1935)

    2 plaques in Arts Building, University of Birmingham and Weesperzijde

  86. Thomas Carlyle (1795 – 1881)

    4 plaques in 33 Ampton Street, Camden, WC1, 117 Marina, St. Leonards, 24 Cheyne Row, and High Street

  87. Brian Merriman (1749 – 1805)

    1 plaque in Clare Street, Irishtown

  88. Margaret Powell (1907 – 1984)

    1 plaque in 222 Old Shoreham Road

  89. Spike Milligan KBE Hon CBE (1918 – 2002)

    5 plaques in 9 Orme Court, 127 Holden Road, Woodside Park, KOKO, Chalk Farm Road, 5 Holborn Street, and 2 Strutton Ground, SW1P 2HP

  90. Margery Allingham (1904 – 1966)

    2 plaques in 1 Westbourne Terrace Road and Kelvedon Road

  91. Ben Brierley (1825 – 1896)

    1 plaque in 'The Rocks' 466 Oldham Road, Failsworth

  92. Sir Sacheverell Sitwell Bt (1897 – 1988)

    father of Sacheverell Reresby Sitwell Bt (1927 – 2009)

    son of George Sitwell Bt (1860 – 1943)

    son of Ida Sitwell

    father of Francis Sitwell (1935 – 2004)

    2 plaques in Woodend Creative Workspace, The Crescent and Bedford Hotel, Belvoir Terrace

  93. A. A. Milne (1882 – 1956)

    3 plaques in Greville Estate, Mortimer Place, Kilburn, NW6, 13 Mallord Street, Chelsea, SW3 6DT, and 24 Quai de Béthune

  94. Hubert Nicholson (1908 – 1996)

    1 plaque in 37, Washington Street

  95. Martin Simpson (1800 – 1892)

    1 plaque in Quayside fish restaurant (former Whitby Museum)

  96. Lena Kennedy (1914 – 1986)

    4 plaques in 8 Wellington Road, Leyton E10 and Cliffe Woods

  97. Arthur Mee (1875 – 1943)

    2 plaques in 27 Lanercost Road, Tulse Hill, SW2 and The Arthur Mee Centre, Castle College, Church Street

  98. Arthur Cossons (1893 – 1963)

    1 plaque in Church Street Schools

  99. Peter Collinson (1694 – 1768)

    1 plaque in Wall of Mill Hill School, The Ridgeway, NW7

  100. Fanny Trollope (1779 – 1863)

    mother of Anthony Trollope (1815 – 1882)

    1 plaque in Grandon, Hadley Green

  101. Adam Smith (1723 – 1790)

    3 plaques in Adam Smith Theatre, Bennochy Road, KY1 1ET, 220 High Street, KY1 1JT, and Panmure Close

  102. Rutland Boughton (1878 – 1960)

    2 plaques in Beavans Hill and The Assembly Rooms, The High Street

  103. Dr John Brown (1810 – 1882)

    1 plaque in 23 Rutland Street, EH1 2AE

  104. Thomas Wolfe (1900 – 1938)

    2 plaques in Hotel Chelsea, 222 West 23rd Street and 52 North Market Street

  105. Salvatore Quasimodo (1901 – 1968)

    1 plaque in Via Salvatore Quasimodo (near tunnel exit)

  106. Anne Adeliza Evans (1836 – 1908)

    1 plaque in Bank House, 9 Bridge Street

  107. Stephen Reynolds (1881 – 1919)

    1 plaque in Hope Cottage, Church Street

  108. John Meade Falkner (1858 – 1932)

    1 plaque in Windy Gap, off Palace Green

  109. Kathleen Dayus MA (1903 – 2003)

    1 plaque in Dayus Square, Jewellery Quarter

  110. Nevil Shute Norway (1899 – 1960)

    2 plaques in 78 Hailgate, DN14 7ST and 14 Helena Road

  111. Helen Hanff (1916 – 1997)

    2 plaques in Burg 2 and 84 Charing Cross Road

  112. Sir Arthur C. Clarke CBE FRAS (1917 – 2008)

    1 plaque in 13 Blenheim Road

  113. Ray Bradbury (1920 – 2012)

    1 plaque in UCLA, 405 Hilgard Avenue

  114. Reg Norman

    1 plaque in 17 Moor Road

  115. H. E. Bates (1905 – 1974)

    4 plaques in 51 Grove Road, 15 Essex Road, and Newton Road School

  116. Rev Peter Stanford (1860 – 1909)

    1 plaque in Highgate Baptist Church, Conybere Street, Highgate

  117. Doreen Valiente (1922 – 1999)

    1 plaque in Tyson Place, Grosvenor Street

  118. Roald Dahl (1916 – 1990)

    4 plaques in Palace Road, Roald Dahl Plass, Cardiff Bay, 11 High Street, Llandaff, and Castle Square

  119. Richard Marsh (1857 – 1915)

    1 plaque in New Street, Three Bridges

  120. Robert Lloyd Praeger (1865 – 1953)

    2 plaques in ? and 19 Fitzwilliam Square

  121. Sir Halford Mackinder PC (1861 – 1947)

    1 plaque in Elswitha Hall, Caskgate Street

  122. Reginald Turnill (1915 – 2013)

    1 plaque in Somerville Lodge

  123. Marcel Proust (1871 – 1922)

    4 plaques in 102, Boulevard Haussmann, Hotel Elysées, 44 rue Hamelin, and 96 rue La Fontaine

  124. Doris Leslie

    1 plaque in Flat 1, 9 Argyle Road

  125. Christopher Fry (1907 – 2005)

    1 plaque in "Red Roofs", St Andrews Park Road

  126. Milos Crnjanski (1893 – 1977)

    1 plaque in Queen’s Court, Queensway, W2

  127. Vera Brittain (1893 – 1970)

    6 plaques in 58 Doughty Street, Camden, WC1, 117 Wymering Mansions, Wymering Road, Maer Bay, Court Douglas Avenue, 151 Park Road, and The Pavilion - Pavilion Gardens

  128. Pearl Sydenstricker Buck (1892 – 1973)

    1 plaque in Green Hills Farm, 520 Dublin Road

  129. Frederick Douglass (1818 – 1895)

    3 plaques in Imperial Hotel, South Mall , City Hall, The Mall, and 5 Whitehead's Grove

  130. Oliver Pike

    1 plaque in 96 Green Dragon Lane

  131. Cedric Keith Simpson CBE MA LLD FRCP

    1 plaque in 1 Weymouth Street

  132. Louisa May Alcott (1832 – 1888)

    1 plaque in 5427 Germantown Ave.

  133. Canon Percy Dearmer (1867 – 1936)

    1 plaque in 107 Sussex Gardens, W2

  134. Alison Uttley (1884 – 1976)

    5 plaques in 13 Higher Downs, Manchester University Museum, Ashburne Hall, Castle Top Farm, and The Old Vicarage, King Street/Drury Lane

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