Plomer may refer to:

  • Plomer baronets
  • John Plomer
  • William Plomer
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Welton, Northamptonshire - Prominent Buildings - Welton Place
... Richard Clark’s great nephew John Plomer inherited the Clarke estates and added the surname to his own in 1774 but it seems did not own Welton Place until he purchased from Richard Clark’s widow in 1804 ... In 1806 John Plomer Clark as he now was, married in 1806 the daughter of Sir John Nelthorp, a Miss Anne Marie Charlotte Nelthorp ... In 1813 Plomer Clark raised the Daventry Volunteers and was High Sheriff of Northamptonshire in 1814 ...
Francis Kilvert - Kilvert's Diary
... Later they were passed on to William Plomer who transcribed the remaining diaries and edited and published a three-volume selection and later a one-volume ... A different selection from Plomer's original version was published as Journal of a Country Curate Selections from the Diary of Francis Kilvert by The Folio Society in 1960 ... them, except for the volumes listed below, which had been given to other people, while Plomer's own transcription was destroyed by fire in the Blitz ...
Laurens Van Der Post - Early Years
... In 1926 he and two other rebellious writers, Roy Campbell and William Plomer, published a satirical magazine called Voorslag (English whip lash) which promoted a more racially integrated South ... Later that year he took off for three months with Plomer and sailed to Tokyo and back on a Japanese freighter, the Canada Maru, an experience which produced books by both ... Virginia and her husband Leonard Woolf were publishers, and had previously published William Plomer's works, and it was through Plomer's connections that van der Post gained ...
List Of James Bond Allies In The Man With The Golden Gun - Background
... draft of the manuscript in March 1964 and wrote to the copy editor of all his novels, William Plomer, saying it needed a lot of re-writing ... book and thought about re-working it in the spring of 1965, but was persuaded against it by Plomer, who considered the novel viable for publication ... novel, The Man with the Golden Gun." Despite William Plomer's original thought about the state of the manuscript, editors Jonathan Cape were concerned enough about the story to pass the ...
William Plomer
... William Charles Franklyn Plomer CBE (he pronounced the surname as ploomer) (1903–1973) was a South African author, known as a novelist, poet and literary editor ... Plomer edited several of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels in the 1950s and 60s ...