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Charles Turner And George Stanborough Brown Plaque - This late-Georgian building was called Equestrian Villa, later Belle Vue House. Charles Turner, operator of the coach to London, and sometime proprietor of The Queens Head, lived here from 1822 to 1832. His son-in-law, George Stanborough, coachdriver, lived here until 1863.
David Garrick Blue Plaque - David Garrick 1717-1779 actor lived here
Henry Dudley Brass Plaque - In a house on this site  The Revd. Sir Henry Bate Dudley, Bt, M.A., LL.d., J.P.  1745 - 1824  lived 1802 - 1816    Critic, Playwright, first journalist to be designated Editor   Founder with David Garrick et al. 2 November 1772  of    The Morning Post  (Merged with The Daily Telegraph in 1937)    also founder of  The Morning Herald  1780 - 1869