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Margate (South Africa, UK)

Margate sands n.

Margate (South Africa, UK)

On Lord Holland's Seat near Margate, Kent

PRYOR, Michael (1857 - 1929), Vicar of Holy Trinity, Margate, since 1902

The Meaning of Margate: G. K. Chesterton and T. S. Eliot

GORDON, Robert Abercromby (died 1954), QC 1924; JP Eastbourne; Recorder of Margate, 1936–44

SCOTT, Alfred Henry (1868 - 1939), JP; Alderman for Birchington Ward of Margate

T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land and the Other Margate Sands

RICHARDSON, John Stephen (born 1950), Priest-in-charge, Holy Trinity, Margate, since 2009; Chairman, AQUILA, Diocese of Canterbury Academies Trust, since 2014

MACGREGOR, John Roy (1913 - 1997), a Circuit Judge, 1974–87; Honorary Recorder of Margate, 1972–79

GRAHAM-STEWART, Alexander (1879 - 1944), Medical Officer in charge of Details, Regent’s Park Barracks, since 1939; late Physician to Lawn House, Convent of the Daughters of the Cross; Orphan Working School, Margate; Medical Officer to Wellington House, Westgate-on-Sea; late Medical Officer in Charge, British Red Cross, Wanstead Auxiliary Military Hospital, Margate, etc.; Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps; Medical Referee to Royal Insurance Company; Scottish Provident Institution; and Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, etc.; late Lecturer in Cardio-pathology, Military Hospital, Maghull

HAWARD, J. Warrington (1841 - 1921), Consulting Surgeon to St George’s Hospital, to Cripples Nursery and to Santa Claus Home; Vice-President of Society for Relief of Widows and Orphans of Medical Men; Director Guardian Assurance Company; Director and Member of Medical Board of Royal Sea-bathing Hospital, Margate; Vice-President of Invalid Children’s Aid Association

 

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Resort on the NE coast, on the A28. Gray, staying at Denton in 1766, visited ‘Margate, which is Bartholomew Fair by the seaside’. Keats, lodging here in 1816 and ...

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