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(lost) Thomas Chatterton

Thomas Chatterton Thomas Chatterton
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In a house on this site Thomas Chatterton died August 24th 1770.
Corporation of the City of London

Site: Thomas Chatterton (1 memorial)

EC1, Brooke Street, 39

2022: Timothy Fox drew our attention to the fact that this building and the plaque have gone. Yet another glass and steel building has arrived and there's nowhere obvious for the plaque to be added.

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Thomas Chatterton

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Thomas Chatterton

Poet and forger of pseudo-medieval poetry. Born Bristol. Largely self-taught,...

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Thomas Chatterton

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