Person    | Male  Born 23/5/1799  Died 3/5/1845

Thomas Hood

Categories: Humour, Poetry

Born 31 Poultry and died at home in Devonshire Lodge, London.

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Thomas Hood

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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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Thomas Hood

In a house on this site Thomas Hood was born 23rd May 1799. The Corporation ...

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Thomas Hood - NW8

English Heritage Thomas Hood, 1799 - 1845, poet, lived and died here.

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Wine Office Court

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