St Andrews Churchyard, Caxton , Cambridge

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This page is used by the Cambridgeshire Cemeteries Team to track their progress in documenting the final resting place of people buried in cemeteries across the state.

Cemeteries Name: St Andrews Graveyard, Caxton

Address: St Andrews Church Caxton, Cambridge CB23 3PL

GPS Coordinates: 52.206652, -0.09604

OS Grid Reference: ยท TL303584

Information St Andrews Graveyard is in the grounds of St Andrews Church on the edge of the Small village of Caxton, 12 miles West from Cambridge, Its entrance is straight off the road, a relatively new by pass round Cambourne, in 2004. It has no steps but the pathway is mildly uneven.

To date, it has 178 graves, although some are now worn away and quite illegible.The burials are said to have been from 1741 and go to present day. Occasionally there is still a funeral that takes place now.

William Nugent Walter Gape esq. who is lord of the manor, William Arthur Briscos esq. J.P. Frank W. Hobson esq. and Job Wells Pentelow esq. are the principal landowners." [Kelly's Directory- Cambridgeshire - 1929]

The church is often open during the day. The records of this church reside in the Cambridgeshire Archives and the Bishops' transcripts are in the Cambridgeshire University library.

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