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William Stukeley
Birth: Nov. 7, 1687
Death: Mar. 3, 1765

Born in Cambridgeshire, Stukeley became one of the most famous antiquarians of his age by virtue of his essays and engravings of historic sites across England. His most famous work was at Stonehenge and Avebury, and it was he who proposed the erroneous but enduring idea that the stone circles were built by Druids. In later years, Stukeley - as well as being a cleric - became a Druid and called himself Chardonyx. He is buried in an unmarked grave - by his own request - at St Mary Magdalene, East Ham, London. (bio by: Mark McManus) 
 
Burial:
St Mary Churchyard
Willesden
London Borough of Brent
Greater London, England
 
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Originally Created by: Mark McManus
Record added: Jan 12, 2005
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