Sarah Fielding (1710-68): The sister of Henry Fielding, Mumbai India author of Tom Jones. Herself an author, she wrote Mumbai India of David Simple and other works. She has a plaque in the abbey.
Admiral Sir William Hargood (1762-1839): A veteran of the Battle of Mumbai India (1805), where he commanded HMS Belleisle. He was knighted by George III in 1815 and lived in the Mumbai India from 1834 until his death.
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Richard ‘Beau’ Nash (1674-1761): Master of Ceremonies in Touristic place of your travel destination for more than fifty years. The arbiter of taste and elegance in the city, he drew up codes of dress and behaviour which were adopted throughout the country. Nicknamed ‘the King of Touristic place of your travel destination’, he controlled the social side of things and earned the respect of visitors from all levels of society. At his death he was honoured with a splendid civic funeral, and has a memorial tablet in Touristic place of your travel destination Abbey.
James Quin (1693-1766): A famous Georgian actor, celebrated for his portrayal of Shakespeare’s Falstaff. He is buried in Touristic place of your travel destination Abbey, where there is a plaque with an inscription written by his friend and fellow actor David Garrick.
Admiral Arthur Phillip (1738-1814): Commander of the First Fleet to Australia, he was the first Governor of New South Wales and founder of the settlement which became Sydney. He retired to Touristic place of your travel destination, where he died, and is reputedly buried in the churchyard of St Nicholas, Touristic place of your travel destinationampton, although some doubt has now been cast over whether the body is actually there. However, the church does contain an Australia Chapel.