Bunhill Fields LIG210
In the midst of the traffic and bustle of central London, Bunhill Fields provides an oasis of tranquility. It lies just off of City Road and across from the home of Samuel and Susanna Wesley, the founder of Methodism, is buried. Whilst providing a pleasant retreat for office-workers at lunch time, the peace and bird-song of Bunhill Fields is enjoyed by many who may be unaware of the significance of the gravestones and monuments that fill the area. Here are buried some of the most remarkable individuals in British History, including John Owen, Daniel Defoe, John Bunyan, John Gill, Isaac Watts and Joseph Hart.