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Abbott (at Marylebone), Frank Adams (at Woolwich), Aldrich (at Westminster), Graham Allan (at Southgate), Atiyah, Atkinson (at Pinner), Atwood (at Westminster), Babbage, Alan Baker, Ball (at Hampstead), Barrow, Bartlett (at Chiswick), Basset, Bath (at Islington), Bayes, Beale, Bennett, Bernays, Bevan-Baker (at Canonbury), Bonsall (at Crouch End), Box (at Gravesend), Burnside (at Paddington), Childs, Chowla, Joan Clarke, Cowling (at Hackney), Coxeter, Cunningham (at Hackney), Paul Davies, Dee, Delamain, Dingle, Eperson (at Gunnersbury), Etherington (at Lewisham), Evelyn, Faraday (at Newington Butts), Fisher, Flett, Fox, Gellibrand (at Aldersgate), Gompertz, Good, Goodstein, Greenhill (at Twickenham), Hadley, Hall (at Hampstead), Halley (at Shoreditch), Hamill, Heaviside (at Camden Town), Hilton, Jeffery, Barry Johnson (at Woolwich), Kempe, Kuttner, Lidstone, Dudley Littlewood, Lovelace, Maseres, Maskelyne, Mathews (at Canonbury), McDuff, Merrifield (at Southwark), Milne-Thomson (at Ealing), Moiseiwitsch (at Romford), Newman, Northcott, Offord, Pearson, Egon Pearson (at Hampstead), Pedoe, Piaggio, Pratt, Raphson (at Pinner), Rennie, Archibald Richardson, Richmond (at Tottenham), Room, Roth (at Edmonton), Routledge, Soueif, Spottiswoode, Sprague, Steggall, Swain (at Hampstead), Sylvester, Taylor (at Edmonton), Geoffrey Taylor (at St John's Wood), Temple, Tims, Robert Tucker (at Walworth), Turing, Turner, Verblunsky (at Whitechapel), John Walker (at Kennington), Henry Watson, Weldon (at Highgate), Whish (at Marylebone), Bertram Wilson, Wood, Thomas Wren (at Islington), Young
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Its latitude and longitude are 51°30'N 0°7'W.
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The Mathematical Gazetteer of the British Isles
JOC/EFR October 2018
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School of Mathematics and Statistics
University of St Andrews, Scotland