Plaque

T. S. Eliot - W8

Inscription

T. S. Eliot, OM, 1888 - 1965, poet, lived and died here.
English Heritage

Eliot moved here in 1957 after he married his second wife, his secretary Valerie, and died here 8 years later.

Site: T. S. Eliot - W8 (1 memorial)

W8, Kensington Court Place, 3, Kensington Court Gardens

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T. S. Eliot - W8

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T. S. Eliot

Poet and publisher. Born Saint Louis, Missouri as Thomas Stearns Eliot. His w...

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Ted Hughes

Born 1 Aspinall Street, Mytholmroyd, Yorkshire. Appointed Poet Laureate in 1...

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