Person    | Male  Born 21/3/1893  Died 18/8/1996

Geoffrey Dearmer

Categories: Poetry, TV & Radio

Poet, writer and radio broadcaster. Born 59 South Lambeth Road, son of Percy and Mabel. Served in WW1. Wrote 'The Turkish Trench Dog'. Died at home in Kent where he had moved on the death of his wife, Margaret. His ashes were scattered in the garden of his father's church, where the plaque is erected.

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Geoffrey Dearmer

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Geoffrey Dearmer and Margaret

In memory of Geoffrey Dearmer, 1893 - 1996 and of Margaret Helen Dearmer, 189...

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