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Friends Meeting House, North Brink, Wisbech

History of the Friends Meeting House

This is the location of the burial of Jane Stuart, daughter of King James II. She had joined the Quakers for which she was jailed but then took refuge in Wisbech. When she died in July 1742, she was buried in the graveyard at the back of the Meeting House.

from Leaflets of Local Lore by Urbs Camboritum (Cambs Collection)


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