Plaque

Tom Moore

Inscription

London County Council
Tom Moore, 1779 - 1852, poet, lived here.

Site: Tom Moore (1 memorial)

W1, George Street, 85

The pdf from St James's Conservation Trust says:"This plaque was removed from 28 Bury Street, prior to its demolition in 1962, to make way for the construction of the inappropriate Economist complex. The house, in fine building, was Tom Moore's main residence in London. The plaque is now at 85 George Street, W1, where Tom Moore lived for a short period."

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Tom Moore

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Tom Moore

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

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Tom Moore

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London County Council

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