Lynch Green Martyrs

Lynch Green Martyrs Lynch Green Martyrs

Erection date: 1955


This stone was erected in 1955 in memory of Robert Smith, John Denley & Patrick Packingham, who were burnt at the stake on Lynch Green opposite this spot in August 1555 and also of all those men and women of Uxbridge who have suffered persecution in their Christian faith.

Site: Lynch Green Martyrs (1 memorial)

UB8, Windsor Street, St Margaret's Burial Ground

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of

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Lynch Green Martyrs

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John Denley

Protestant martyr. He was believed to have been a Baptist, which was rather d...

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Patrick Packingham

Burnt at the stake in Uxbridge for his Protestant beliefs. Aged 23. He was ...

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Robert Smith

Protestant martyr. Before his execution,he wrote to his wife Anne: “Grace, me...

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