Henry Fielding, John Fielding, Grinling Gibbons, Charles Macklin, And 1 Other Photo

Henry Fielding, John Fielding, Grinling Gibbons, Charles Macklin, and 1 other - Bow Street was formed about 1637. It has been the residence of many notable men, among whom were Henry Fielding (novelist), Sir John Fielding (magistrate), Grinling Gibbons (woodcarver), Charles Macklin (actor), John Radcliffe (physician), Charles Sackville Earl of Dorset (poet), William Wycherley (dramatist)

Henry Fielding, John Fielding, Grinling Gibbons, Charles Macklin, And 1 Other Map


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