I worked as a messenger boy for 6 months in the 60s for a solicitor called H M Garland-Wells in Norfolk Street (which no longer exists) off the Strand. I knew at the time that H M or Herbert Monty as he was known was keen on cricket but only recently discovered that before becoming a solicitor he was Captain for Surrey in 1939. During WW2 the name Garland-Wells was used as an informal code for General Montgomery in North Africa. Allegedly, this couldn't be deciphered by the German codebreakers!
"Although few buildings from Donne's time survive, most of the places associated with his name are within easy walking distance of one another. From Bread Street, where he was born, to Lincoln's Inn, where he studied law and later preached, takes little more than fifteen minutes. Even less time is necessary to walk from the Inns of Court to York House, at the bottom of Drury lane, in which he would serve as Egerton's secretary; and from here to St. Read more »