Four-day horticultural orgy
The cost of chocolate was about 13 shillings per pound and was a drink that only the elite enjoyed.
1914-2000. Was a famous English stage and motion-picture actor
Director and producer, he won fame for his thriller
1889-1977. Often called â€œThe funniest man in the worldâ€
1882-1941. Novelist, critic and essayist
1757-1827. Was a brilliant and unconventional poet, engraver, and painter
An English Jacobean playwright and poet.
May 28, 1912. Knightsbridge. An Australian author widely regarded as one of the major English-language novelists of the 20th century.
October 13, 1971. Hammersmith. Comedian, Writer, Actor
An English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker, whose style can be said to have laid the foundation for Impressionism.
An Academy Award-winning English actress and a social activist for human rights.
February 27, 1932. Hampstead. Her parents were Americans residing in England.
February 27, 1973. Born UK, raised Australia.
July 23, 1965. Guns 'N Roses guitarist born Saul Hudson
Established originally as an unconsecrated graveyard for "single women," a euphemism for prostitutes
Used by the citizens of nineteenth century London, actually seven cemeteries
Mary Watts is buried alongside George Frederic Watts here
Site of a famous vampire hunt in March, 1970
Chapel Royal, beheaded, 1536
Inventor of the flush toilet, d. 1910
Scientist, philosopher, North Choir aisle, 1809-1882
Novelist, d, 1880, Poets Corner
Medical pioneer, father of psychoanalysis, died, 1939
Broadway lyricist, d. 1960
Killed at the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805
Pioneering nurse, 1820-1910
Statesman, saint; executed, exact location unknown, d. 1535
Scientist, mathematician, 1642-1727
Explorer; south of the altar, died 1618
Poet, died 1892, Poets Corner