Plaque

Captain Matthew Flinders

Captain Matthew Flinders
Captain Matthew Flinders
Inscription

London County Council
Captain Matthew Flinders, R.N., 1774 - 1814, explorer and navigator, lived here.

Site: Captain Matthew Flinders (1 memorial)

W1, Fitzroy Street, 52

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Captain Matthew Flinders

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Captain Matthew Flinders

Explorer and navigator of the Australian seas. Born in Donington, Lincolnshir...

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Captain Matthew Flinders

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London County Council

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