Plaque

Captain Frederick Marryat - Wimbledon

Inscription

Here lived Capt. Frederick Marryat R.N., 1792 - 1848, novelist.

Site: Captain Frederick Marryat - Wimbledon (1 memorial)

SW19, Gothic Lodge, 6, Woodhayes Road

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

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Captain Frederick Marryat - Wimbledon

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Captain Frederick Marryat

Novelist and officer in Royal Navy where he was a bit of a hero, rescuing men...

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Captain Frederick Marryat - Wimbledon

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Wimbledon Society / John Evelyn Society

Founded by Richardson Evans and others, to 'safeguard the amenities of the Wi...

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