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H.G. Wells Society

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H.G. Wells Society

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H G Wells - Baker Street

The H.G. Wells Society H.G. Wells, author, 1866 - 1946, lived and worked her...

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H. G. Wells - Sevenoaks

H.G. Wells writer lived in this house in 1894 whilst writing The Time Machine...

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Sir Thomas More

Sir Thomas More

Born Milk Street. In conflict with Henry VIII over religion he was imprisoned in the tower, found guilty of treason and beheaded on Tower Hill. Final words: "The King's good servant, but God's Firs...

Person, Execution, Literature, Politics & Administration, Seriously Famous

15 memorials
Thomas de Quincey

Thomas de Quincey

Born Manchester. Author, best known for "Confessions of an English Opium-Eater" (1821). Was as addicted to books as much as to drink or opium, sometimes renting an extra lodging (which he could not...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature, Scotland

1 memorial
Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe

Novelist. Born in the parish of Cripplegate, as Daniel Foe, adding the "de" latter, for effect. Published "Robinson Crusoe" in 1719, considered by some to be the first novel in English. His grave w...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous

2 memorials
Washington Irving

Washington Irving

American writer who is best known for his short stories 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow' and 'Rip Van Winkle'. Born 3 April 1783 in the USA, he travelled to Europe coming to England in 1815. He also ...

Person, Literature, Politics & Administration, Germany, Spain, USA

1 memorial
Lady Ottoline Morrell

Lady Ottoline Morrell

Literary hostess and patron of the arts. Died in a clinic at Tunbridge Wells. Her Wikipedia page gives much information about her life and confirms that she was born on 6 June 1873 as Ottoline Vio...

Person, Art, Literature

1 memorial