Saint Nicholas Church

Oxney Bottom (St. Margarets-At-Cliffe), Kent England UK

[Roman Catholic]

The church probably dated from the the 13th century or earlier. It was lost during the time of King Henry VIII and the parish amalgamated to Ringwould. The partially destroyed church, with thatched roof, was then used as a barn. The stone walls survived and some time in the 1800s the grounds were re-consecrated as a family burial ground for nearby Oxney Court (the hamlet having disappeared during the 17th century). Oxney Bottom is the site of many reported ghosts, hauntings, and other strange and frightening experiences.

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