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St. Oswald’s Church Grasmere Cumbria

This Church is named after St. Oswald, a 7th Century Christian King of Northumberland, who is said to have preached on this site. The oldest portion of the church dates from the 14th century. It is the parish church of Grasmere, Rydal and Langdale, and each township has its own separate gate into the churchyard. The English Romantic poet William Wordsworth (1770 - 1850) is buried in the churchyard, along with his wife Mary and sister Dorothy. Also in the St. Oswald's churchyard are the final resting places of four of the Wordsworth children, and eight yew trees William Wordsworth planted personally.

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