All Saints Churchyard

Creeksea Lane
Creeksea, Maldon District, Essex, CM0 8PQ England
Memorials 15 added (67% photographed)


Creeksea is a village in Essex, UK, on the Dengie peninsula on the north side of the River Crouch, one mile west of Burnham on Crouch. It is part of the Maldon district. Many variations of the name are found in old documents including Cricksea , Crykseye and Crixsey. All Saints Church is the Parish Church of the Parish of Creeksea., a very rural Parish. Very few houses remain within the Parish boundaries and the congregation is drawn principally from people living in Burnham. The Church building is relatively remote and is approached via a private drive off Ferry Road which is a turning on the south side of the Althorne to Burnham road on the outskirts of Burnham. The private drive belongs to Creeksea Hall. This leads into a parking area which abuts Burnham-on-Crouch Golf Club. The churchyard is bounded on two sides by the golf club and on the other two sides by the grounds of Creeksea Hall. The square stone bowl of the original font, believed to date from the year 1125, was found on the Cricksea glebe being used as a step to the barn. There has been a church on this site since the13th. Century. The church records are available at the Essex Record Office in Chelmsford.


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GPS Coordinates: 51.6376640, 0.7882050

  • Added: 9 Jun 2009
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2309121