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 All Saints Church, Great Oakley, Essex, England

Latitude: 51.901409, Longitude: 1.178047
All Saints Church

Great Oakley All Saints is an Ancient Parish in the county of Essex.

The tower is 18th century, with weatherboarded upper stage and pyramid roof. The nave is 12th century and the chancel is early 14th century. The church stands alone, just west of the main village.

Great Oakley is a village and civil parish which for local government purposes is in the Tendring district of Essex. It is a long, narrow parish lying on the top of a low (25 m) ridge south of Ramsey Creek which drains northeast towards Harwich. The parish extends south to Oakley Creek, a branch of Hamford Water, where stood Great Oakley Dock, now disused.

The church, dedicated to All Saints, contains some Norman work. The living is in the gift of St John's College, Cambridge.

Cemetery Photos

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Died 8th Feb 1872 


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All Saints Great Oakley
All Saints Great Oakley
  Latitude: 51.90038775870624, Longitude: 1.1802256107330322  All Saints Church, Great Oakley, Essex, England

All Burials - All Saints Church, Great Oakley, Essex, England

 #   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Died/Buried   Person ID 
1. Burgess, Mary Ann   bur. 1872I3619
2. Burgess, Stephen   bur. 22 May 1723I4297
3. Collings, Mary Emily   bur. 6 Oct 1861I2825
4. Cousins, Susannah   bur. 1902I3623
5. Mellis, Margarett   bur. 17 Nov 1600I4416
6. Richardson, Sarah   bur. 21 Oct 1777I2819
7. Richardson, William   bur. 10 Mar 1822I2818
8. Woolvet, Sarah   bur. 2 Feb 1815I1004
9. Woolvett, Thomas   bur. 11 Aug 1765I1762