St Nicholas Chiswick

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Mary Fauconburg and Frances Rich, the daughter of Oliver Cromwell, are said to haunt this location. After Cromwell’s death, his body was disinterred and beheaded publicly. The daughters are said to have bribed a guard to have his remains placed here, but his body is currently in an unmarked grave. His daughters are said to be seen here at dawn.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Chiswick Mall
London W4 2PJ
United Kingdom

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51.485946079281035, -0.25052297132788226
Greater London
Nearest Towns:
Barnes, UK (0.7 mi.)
Chiswick, UK (0.7 mi.)
Hammersmith, UK (1.2 mi.)
London Borough Of Hammersmith And Fulham, UK (1.3 mi.)
Acton, UK (1.3 mi.)
Kew Bridge, UK (1.4 mi.)
Kew Green, UK (1.4 mi.)
Fulham, UK (1.7 mi.)
Putney, UK (1.9 mi.)
Kew, UK (1.9 mi.)


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