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St Mary Immaculate RC Church, Warwick

 

(Associated Place)

Details:

JRR Tolkien was married to Edith Bratt in this church on 22 March 1916. In November 1915 he sent Edith a poem he had just written while at a First World War training camp. The poem was Kortirion Among the Trees and it was dedicated to Warwick.

Contact Information

address:
St Mary Immaculate RC Church,
West Street

Warwick
Warwickshire

668

 

 
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