Person    | Male  Born 25/8/1836  Died 6/5/1902

Francis Bret Harte

Categories: Literature, Poetry

Countries: USA

American writer, best know for his accounts of pioneering life in California. Born New York. Came to London in 1885 via Germany and Glasgow. Buried at Frimley, Surrey.
Some sources, contradicting the plaque at Leinster Terrace, say he died in Camberley,

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