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Yeats - Chiswick Yeats - Chiswick

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Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Yeats - Chiswick

Inscription

John Butler Yeats 1839 - 1922 artist
W.B. Yeats 1865 - 1939 poet
Jack B. Yeats 1871 - 1957 artist lived here
Bedford Park Society

Site: Yeats - Chiswick (1 memorial)

W4, Blenheim Road, 3

From Chiswick W4: The family "moved between Sligo, Dublin and London .... They first came to London in 1867 living in Edith Villas in Fulham. ... In 1879 they made their first move to Bedford Park, taking a two-year lease on 8 Woodstock Road. .... the family came back to London in 1887 and moved to 3 Blenheim Road in Bedford Park in March 1888. ... at this house on 30th January 1889 Maud Gonne was a visitor .... The house remained in the family until 1902 when they moved back to Ireland".

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Yeats - Chiswick

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Jack B. Yeats

Artist. Born John Butler Yeats (to a father with the same name) at 23 Fitzroy...

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John Butler Yeats

Artist. Born in Tullyish, County Down. Father of William Butler and John 'Jac...

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W. B. Yeats

Poet and dramatist. Born in Dublin to John Butler Yeats.  A member of The Rhy...

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Yeats - Chiswick

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Bedford Park Society

Conservation group. Co-founded by two local residents, architect Tom Affleck ...

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