Person    | Male  Born 12/9/1907  Died 3/9/1963

Louis MacNeice

Categories: Poetry, TV & Radio

Countries: Ireland

Poet. Born Belfast, Northern Ireland at 2 Brookhill Avenue. Joined the BBC in 1941 as scriptwriter and producer and it was with the BBC, checking out the sound effects down a mineshaft, that he caught the pneumonia that was the cause of his death.
Buried Carrowdore, County Down.

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English Heritage Louis MacNeice, 1907 - 1963, poet, lived here, 1947 - 1952.

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