The Brownings
Bronze casting of the hands of Robert & Elizabeth Browning

Lord Byron

Charles Wesley - Songs and Hymns

Francis Bacon

Leopold Anthony Stokowski

Benjamin West

Wendy Richard

Henri Mouhot

Sir George Staunton

Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles

Marriage of Sir Stamford Raffles with Sophia Hull

Joseph Woelfl

Lord Howard de Walden and Miss Margherita Van Raalte

St Marylebone and the Reffell Family

St Marylebone and the Portman Estate

William Wilkie Collins 

Wilkie Collins, A Life of Sensation

The Rt Hon. John Shore, PC, 1st Baron Teignmouth

Sir Robert Fullerton

Horatia Nelson

General Robert Morse 

The Revd Doctor John Vardill

Richard Cosway, RA, and Maria Cosway

Julia Wedgwood
Feminist novelist, biographer, historian and literary critic

William Tallemach or Tollemache 

Charles Raymond Smith 

Francis Perceval Eliot 
Soldier and Man of Letters

The Revd John Ashley 
Founder of the Missions to Seamen

Sir Barry Close 
East India Company General

William Fairlie of Fairlie, MP, 
East India Company Merchant, Financier and Ship Owner

David Clark of Calcutta  & John Clark of Jamaica

William Henry Cavendish Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland, KG, PC, FRS

British Whig and Tory Statesman, Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Prime Minister of Great Britain

Sir William Hamilton

Emma, Lady Hamilton

Benjamin Robert Haydon

Judy Garland

Judy Garland & Mickey Dean leave St Marylebone Church following their wedding blessing ceremony   

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The sculptor J. C. F. Rossi was born in Nottingham, his father being an Italian doctor. He studied sculpture under Locatelli and became a student at the Royal Academy Schools, exhibiting there for the first time in the following year. He formed a partnership with a mason-sculptor called J. Bingley, and drawing on his early training in terra cotta, made a variety of terra cotta and stone statues. He flourished in the 1790s, winning commissions for architectural sculpture on important buildings, and designing four monuments in St Paul's

He began his own ceramic stone business, with a kiln, cottage and stables in Lisson Grove. Here he made the angels, now gilded, which surround the cupola of St Marylebone church, for which he was paid £300 in 1814.             

Charles Dickens (1812-1870)



Charles Dickens, perhaps the greatest of English story tellers, lived in Marylebone for many years, within a stone's throw of the church.

It was in his house, No 1 Devonshire Terrace, that some of his books were written.      




Dickens’ House at 1 Devonshire Terrace, St Marylebone 

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