There are more than 3,000 individuals whose remains are interred in Westminster Abbey. Many of England’s monarchs and their consorts were buried in the Abbey, including Henry VII, his granddaughters Mary I and Elizabeth I, James VI (or James I), the first king of both Scotland and England, and Mary, Queen of Scots. Other notable British figures buried in the abbey include Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawking, and Isaac Newton. Poets’ Corner is mostly home to writers and poets including Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, Alfred Tennyson, and Laurence Olivier. Poets’ Corner is also home to a memorial stone featuring the names of 16 Great War poets who wrote during World War I. Many other notable figures from British history have memorials in the abbey but are buried elsewhere, some to look out for include Jane Austen, Lord Byron, Winston Churchill, C.S. Lewis, and Oscar Wilde. Oliver Cromwell was originally buried in Westminster Abbey, but after the restoration of the monarchy, his remains were removed and buried in a pit in the nearby St Margaret’s churchyard.