Person    | Male  Born 1834  Died 1896

George du Maurier

Categories: Art, Humour, Literature

Countries: France

Artist and writer. Born Paris. Punch cartoonist. 1894 wrote the novel Trilby, from which comes the term "Svengali". In Hampstead lived at 4 Holly Mount, moved to Gangmoor House facing Whitestone Pond, and then in 1870 moved to 27 Church Row. Father of actor-manager Gerald du Maurier. Grandfather of novelist Daphne. Died Oxford Square, near Hyde Park.

His maternal grandmother was Mary Anne Clarke, mistress of the Duke of York.

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George du Maurier - NW3

George du Maurier lived here, 1874 to 1895.

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George du Maurier - WC1

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