Plaque

Alexander Pope - W4

Erection date: 1996

Inscription

Alexander Pope, 1688 - 1744, poet, lived in this row, Mawson's Buildings, 1716 - 1719.
English Heritage

Site: Mawson Arms & Fox and Hounds (2 memorials)

W4, Chiswick Lane South, 110

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Alexander Pope - W4

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Alexander Pope

Poet. Born Lombard Street.  A childhood illness left him only 4 and a half fe...

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Alexander Pope - W4

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Mawson Arms and Fox and Hounds

Mawson Arms and Fox and Hounds

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