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William Nicholson Brass Plaque - William Nicholson (1824-1909) Distiller, politican, cricket player, benefactor This alehouse is part of the Nicholson's heritage collection. They're all different, yet they all owe something to the man who founded them. William Nicholson was a Victorian all-rounder - a businessman, MP and sporting hero. He played first-class cricket, ran the family's distilling business, and financed Lord's Cricket Ground and its famous pavilion. In 1873, William revitalised a collection of characterful alehouse
Frances Burney Brown Plaque - Madame D’Arblay (Fanny Burney) authoress lived here. born 1752 died 1840
Anthony Trollope And Frances Trollope Blue Plaque - Fanny Trollope author and her son Anthony lived in this house 1836 to 1838
Frederick Winsor Green Plaque - Frederick Winsor  1763-1830  gave the world's first  demonstration of street  lighting by coal gas,  from a retort  located here  June 1807
Laurence Gomme Blue Plaque - Sir Laurence Gomme 1853-1916 clerk to the London County Council, folklorist and historian lived here 1895-1909
Sean O'Casey Blue Plaque - Sean O'Casey 1880-1964 playwright lived here at flat No. 49

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