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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
20th March 1920 1st flight from London to South Africa lands (1 months)
20th March 1906 George B Shaws Captain Brassbound's Conversion, premieres in London
20th March 1727 Issac Newton, English physicist/astronomer, died in London aged 84.
20th March 1616 Walter Raleigh released from Tower of London to seek gold in Guyana
Bobby Moore's Grave
West Ham United most famous son is buried here.
Location: City of London Cemetary, Wanstead
Description: Bobby Moore was one of the finest football players of all time, playing for West Ham United, Fulham, San Antonio Thunder (summer 1976), and Seattle Sounders (summer 1978).
He won both the F.A. Cup and European Cup Winners Cup with West Ham United.
The crowning moment of his career came in 1966, when he captained England's successful World Cup Winning squad.
This memorial is fitting for the humble local boy done good Bobby Moore.