Daniel Nicols (Daniel Nicholas Thèvenon) (1833-97). Brookwood Cemetery, Cemetery Pales, Brookwood, Woking, Surrey, Greater London. Nicols, a French bankrupt, founded the Café Royal, a famous Regent Street restaurant whose customers ranged from Oscar Wilde and Max Beerbohm to Mick Jagger and Winston Churchill. [Click on this image to enlarge it.]

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