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William Terriss Green Plaque - William Terriss 1847-1897 hero of the Adelphi melodramas met his untimely end outside this theatre 16 Dec 1897
James South And Thomas Cawley Blue Plaque - Observatory Gardens derives its names from the observatory that Sir James South the astronomer built here in 1831 and which contained for a time the largest telescope in the world. After the astronomer's death the site was sold to Thomas Cawley who built the existing houses in the 1880s
Helene Hanff And Marks & Co. Bronze Plaque - 84 Charing Cross Road. The booksellers Marks & Co. were on this site which became world renowned through the book by Helen Hanff.
Sylvia Plath Blue Plaque - Sylvia Plath 1932-1963 poet lived here 1960-1961
Richard Grosvenor, Mary Coke, Peter Taylor, Clementia Taylor, And 1 Other - Aubrey House stands on the site of Kensington Wells an early 18th century spa. Former residents include Sir Edward Lloyd Richard, 1st Earl Grosvenor, Lady Mary Coke, diarist, Peter and Clementia Taylor, philanthropists, William Cleverly Alexander, art lover
Paul McCartney And Linda McCartney Blue Plaque - The Bag O'Nails Club  Paul McCartney met Linda Eastman here on the 15th May 1967

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