Person    | Male  Born 14/8/1867  Died 31/1/1933

John Galsworthy

Categories: Literature, Theatre

Novelist and playwright. Born Kingston Hill, Surrey. Nobel Prize for literature, 1932. The Forsyte Saga is his best known work. Died Grove Lodge, Hampstead.

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John Galsworthy

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Adam, Hood, Galsworthy, Barrie, etc.

We understand the "here" on the plaque to refer to the whole of Adelphi Terra...

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John Galsworthy

Galsworthy was not well enough to go to the ceremony to receive his Nobel Pri...

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Mont Blanc restaurant

City of Westminster Site of the Mont Blanc Restaurant where leading writers,...

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Rules Restaurant 2

Rules®. London's oldest restaurant. In the year Napoleon opened his campaign ...

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1 memorial
Reverend Sydney Smith

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1 memorial
George Grossmith, Snr

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1 memorial