Person    | Male  Born 1896  Died 1916

Adolphe Goossens

Categories: Music / songs

Adolphe Goossens

Horn player. Son of Eugene Goossens. Killed on the Somme.

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

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Adolphe Goossens

Commemorated ati

Goossens family

No doubt, the Goossens flock was large, but we have only recognised those of ...

Read More

Other Subjects

Bob Marley

Bob Marley

Robert Nesta Marley, singer, lyricist and Rastafarian icon. His reggae songs include: No Woman, No cry, One Love, I Shot the Sherriff. Born in Jamaica. Marley was invited by American singer Johnn...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Jamaica, USA

4 memorials
Austin Rudd

Austin Rudd

Music hall singer and comedian. Born Arthur Rudd in London. In his day he was extremely popular and he toured throughout the world, but is now largely forgotten. His act was described as being 'qua...

Person, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Henry Hall

Henry Hall

Bandleader. Born in Peckham, he studied at Trinity College of Music. In 1932 he became leader of the BBC Dance Orchestra, and his weekly radio programme drew huge audiences. He always concluded his...

Person, Music / songs

2 memorials
The Kinks

The Kinks

Rock group formed in Muswell Hill. Their numerous hits include: 'You Really Got Me', 'Waterloo Sunset' and 'Sunny Afternoon'. Founding members were the brothers Ray & Dave Davies and Pete Quaife.

Group, Music / songs, Seriously Famous

2 memorials