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(lost) Sir Edward Elgar - NW3 (Lost)

Sir Edward Elgar - NW3 Sir Edward Elgar - NW3 (Lost)
Inscription

Sir Edward Elgar, composer, 1911 - 1921, lived in a house on this site.
Erected by Elgar Plaque Fund

The photograph of the plaque is taken from Derek Sumeray's book 'Discovering London Plaques'. We are so grateful that Sumeray captured this lovely plaque before it was lost.

Site: Sir Edward Elgar - NW3 (2 memorials)

NW3, Netherhall Gardens, 42 - 44

The Elgars called this home Severn House, to remember the Worcestershire countryside. Elgar Memorial Trust have a photo and floor plan of the house and a suggestion that it was designed by Richard Norman Shaw.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Sir Edward Elgar - NW3 (Lost)

Subjects commemorated Information

Sir Edward Elgar

Born in Broadheath, near Worcester.  First moved to London on his marriage in...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Sir Edward Elgar - NW3 (Lost)

Created by Information

Elgar Plaque Fund

We cannot find any information about this group, so presumably it is now defu...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Sir Edward Elgar - NW3 (Lost)

Also at this site Information

Sir Edward Elgar - NW3

Sir Edward Elgar lived in a house on this site, 1911 - 1921. Here he compose...

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