Site of Cross
The site of a Post Medieval boundary cross, for which there is documentary evidence. Evidence suggests that the cross was carved on an oak tree. The exact location is unknown.
1 “There was a crosse at Wistons Lane end as one goeth to Hocklie Heath, it was ye boundary of Tamworth parish from Neilhurst, it was an oak upon which a crosse was engraven but ye tree is now fallen and gone”. [Included in a listed of parish crosses compiled by Sir Simon Archer of Umberslade, 1581-1662 probably during the Civil Wars].