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(lost) Lillie Langtry - Wilton Place

Lillie Langtry - Wilton Place Lillie Langtry - Wilton Place
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Lillie Langtry, 1852-1929, actress, lived here.

Site: Lillie Langtry - Wilton Place (1 memorial)

SW1, Wilton Place, 8

July 2019: Via Facebook we were contacted by Nick Davis, telling us that this plaque had been removed. We got along to the address in August and, yes, the plaque is no longer in place so we have flagged it as lost. It's likely that a new owner had it removed but we have no idea why.

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

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Lillie Langtry - Wilton Place

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Lillie Langtry

Actress. Born as Emilie Charlotte Le Breton at St Saviour's rectory, Jersey. ...

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