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Marian Mangini Brown

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Marian Mangini Brown

Lived in Hertford Street near (Old) Park Lane in the 1870s. Married but possibly a widow. Did not approve of the opening up of Hamilton Place but still gave money for the Poets' Fountain to be erected there. She had died by the time it was erected in 1875.

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Marian Mangini Brown

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Poets’ Fountain - Chaucer, Shakespeare & Milton

The seated figures represent the three Muses; the standing figures, the three...

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Miss G. Patmore

Miss G. Patmore

We think this is probably Gertrude, Coventry's daughter who was aged 29 when the Rossetti Fountain was erected.

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
Booker Prize

Booker Prize

Literary award. Originally known as the Booker–McConnell Prize, after the company Booker, McConnell Ltd who first sponsored the event. When administration of the prize was transferred to the Booker...

Media, Benefactor, Literature

1 memorial
William Abbot

William Abbot

Benefactor. The 'Carpinter' on the plaque is thought to indicate his livelihood rather than his surname.

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
Lady Mount-Temple

Lady Mount-Temple

Wife of Lord Mount-Temple.

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial