Wicken Cemetery

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Wicken Cemetery

Wicken, East Cambridgeshire District, Cambridgeshire, England
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Wicken is a small village on the edge of The Fens near Soham in East Cambridgeshire, ten miles north east of Cambridge and five miles south of Ely.
Wicken was listed as Wicha in the Domesday Book and Wiken in around 1200. The name comes from an Old-English dative plural wícum meaning "the dwellings" or "the trading settlement"

On the village green there is a War Memorial to the men of the area who died in the two World Wars. The name of Bailey is sadly prominent, with three in the First World War and one in the Second World War-he is commemorated on his parents’ grave in the cemetery.
At the eastern end of the village, opposite this cemetery stands the church which is dedicated to Saint Laurence. The newer centre of the village is now some distance away.
Interred under the altar are Henry Cromwell, fourth son of Oliver Cromwell along with his wife, some of their children and an unidentified Elizabeth Cromwell.


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GPS Coordinates: 52.31126, 0.31251

  • Added: 29 Mar 2016
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2608190