Plaque

Percy Dearmer

Percy Dearmer Percy Dearmer
Inscription

Hyde Park Estate
Percy Dearmer, 1867 - 1936, priest and liturgist, Canon of Westminster Abbey, author of the Parson’s Handbook and the Oxford Book of Carols, lived in Corner Lodge, 1919 - 1923.

Site: Percy Dearmer (1 memorial)

W2, Sussex Gardens, 107, Corner Lodge

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

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Percy Dearmer

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Percy Dearmer

Born Kilburn. Priest and liturgist. Canon of Westminster Abbey, author of the...

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Hyde Park Estate

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