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Grace Griffiths

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Grace Griffiths

Her 1944 poem Doodlebugs was included in an audio compilation entitled 'The Best of Second World War Poetry' produced in 1993 and in the 1999 book 'Shadows of war : British women's poetry of the Second World War'.

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Grace Griffiths

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Prince of Wales WW2 bomb - lost

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John Donne

John Donne

Poet and clergyman.  Born in Bread Street into a literate Catholic family (connected to Sir Thomas More) at a time when the Catholic religion was banned. Appointed private secretary to Sir Thomas E...

Person, Poetry

1 memorial
Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser

Poet.  Probably born in East or West Smithfield. Best known for the epic poem 'The Faerie Queene'.  When Queen Elizabeth failed to arrange payment ("a reason") for a poem he wrote: I was promis'd ...

Person, Poetry, Ireland

3 memorials
Siegfried Sassoon

Siegfried Sassoon

Poet and writer. Born Siegfried Loraine (also spelt Lorraine or Louvain depending on source) Sassoon at Weirleigh, Brenchley, near Paddock Wood, Kent. Grandson of Thomas Thornycroft and cousin of S...

Person, Armed Forces, Literature, Poetry, Seriously Famous, France

2 memorials
Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold

Poet, writer and school inspector.  Born at Laleham-on-Thames, Middlesex, son of Thomas Arnold. He won the Newdigate prize in 1843 with a poem on Cromwell. Appointed a lay inspector of schools in 1...

Person, Education, Poetry, France, Germany, Netherlands

2 memorials
Rossiter W. Raymond

Rossiter W. Raymond

Born Rossiter Worthington Raymond, an American mining engineer, legal scholar and author, amongst other skills. Best known for the last few lines of his poem 'Death is only a horizon'. However the ...

Person, Poetry

1 memorial