Binscombe Old Quaker Burial Ground

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Date: 1659 to 1790
Location: Binscombe, Godalming, Surrey, Englandmap
Surnames/tags: Quaker Cemetery
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161 members of the Religious Society of Friends were buried on this small piece of land according to the plaque, next to the old barn (now a private house) where George Fox once preached, or 188 according to the Wikipedia article below, ending in 1790. There are no headstones visible. There is a public footpath adjacent.

There is some information about the burials, and background history, at The only person buried here who is named in the article is Thomas Patching, who died shortly after being arrested for non-payment of tithes in 1660. He had owned Binscombe Manor, and the barn and burial ground were his.

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