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Spike Milligan - home

Erection date: 2004

Inscription

From 1955 - 1974 Spike Milligan, comedian & author, lived at 127 Holden Road, formerly on this site.
The Finchley Society 2004 

Site: Spike Milligan - home (1 memorial)

N12, Holden Road, 14 Brook Meadow

This plaque marks the site of 127 Holden Road which was formerly on this site. We can't find a photo but think it was built in about 1885, as part of the development of the Woodside Park Estate.

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Spike Milligan

Goon. Born as Terence Alan Milligan near Bombay, India, his father being an I...

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Finchley Society

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