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country-house murder mystery

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Agatha Christie book

Unveiled on the 60th anniversary of The Mousetrap, this bronze, 2.5 m high 'b...

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35 St Martin's Street

35 St Martin's Street

Three storey terrace house. Lived in by Isaac Newton 1710 - 1725, although he owned it until his death in 1727. When it was demolished the panelling of the front parlour was reconstructed as the ...

Building, Architecture, Literature

1 memorial
Frances Hodgson Burnett

Frances Hodgson Burnett

Born as Frances Eliza Hodgson in Cheetham Hill on the edge of Manchester on 24 November 1849 and author of Little Lord Fauntleroy and The Secret Garden. She died, aged 74 years, on 29 October 1924...

Person, Literature, USA

1 memorial
Horatio ('Horace') Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford

Horatio ('Horace') Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford

Writer and collector. Youngest son of Sir Robert Walpole. His gothic novel "The Castle of Otranto"' was published in 1764. But his passion was his gothic creation, his house at Strawberry Hill,...

Person, Literature, Politics & Administration

5 memorials
Caroline DeCamp Benn

Caroline DeCamp Benn

Educationalist and writer. Born Cincinnati, Ohio. She came to Britain in 1948 to study at Oxford. There she met Tony Benn, who became her husband. An advocate of comprehensive education, she co-fou...

Person, Education, Literature, Politics & Administration, USA

1 memorial
Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe

Author and poet. Born Edgar Poe in Boston, Massachusetts, he added Allan to his name in honour of the family who took him in after his father absconded and his mother died.  Lived in London from 18...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous, USA

3 memorials