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Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore Thomas Moore
Inscription

These flats are on the site of 'Lalla Rookh' where in the year 1817 lived Thomas Moore, the Irish poet.

Site: Thomas Moore (1 memorial)

N8, Etheldene Avenue, Dale Court

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

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Thomas Moore

Subjects commemorated Information

Lalla Rookh - house

The house in which Moore wrote the poem Lalla Rookh was named for it, possibl...

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Lalla Rookh - poem

An oriental romance by Thomas Moore. The eponymous heroine (the name means 't...

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Tom Moore

Iris poet, singer and songwriter. Born Thomas Moore at 12 Aungier Street, Dub...

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