Plaque

George Gissing - Wakefield birthplace

Erection date: 16/3/1932

Inscription

This tablet was erected to commemorate the birthplace of George Robert Gissing (1857 - 1903) novelist and man of letters.

Site: George Gissing - Wakefield birthplace (1 memorial)

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George Gissing - Wakefield birthplace

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George Gissing

Goerge Robert Gissing. Novelist, best known for ‘New Grub Street’ about the h...

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