List of people from Hastings

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This is a list of notable people who have been or are associated with Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea. This list is arranged alphabetically by surname:

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  • Elizabeth Eiloart (1827–1898), novelist (as Mrs C. J. Eiloart), feminist and suffragist. Retired to St Leonards.[43]
  • Ernest Elmore (1901–1957), theatre producer, director, writer (as "John Bude"). Died in Hastings.[44]
  • Maya Evans (born 1979), political activist, peace campaigner. From Hastings.[45]

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  • Titus Oates (1649–1705), instigator of the "Popish Plot". Lived in Hastings when his father was Curate of All Saints.[81]
  • Jane Omorogbe (born 1971), actress, TV presenter, journalist. Brought up in Hastings.[citation needed]
  • Grey Owl (Archibald Belaney) (1888–1938), author, nature conservation pioneer, and Canadian icon. Born in Hastings.[50]

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  • Mike Yardy (born 1980), cricketer, Sussex captain, played for England. Grew up in Hastings.[117]
  • Paula Yates (1959–2000), television presenter. Had a house in Hastings before she died in 2000.[118]

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