The site of a Bronze Age cremation cemetery reavealed during excavation. The site is located 500m south of Coton House.
A group of five small pits containing cremated bone and charcoal dating to the middle Bronze Age were discovered at Birch Coppice.
The site of a round barrow, an artificial mound built to cover a burial. It dates from the Bronze Age and contained two cremation burials and a later A-S burial (MWA6001). It is on the W side of Harthill Hayes Country Park and survives as an earthwork.
A cemetery of medieval date which may have been associated with Boteler's Castle, Alcester, which lies 200m to the west.
A cemetery dating from the Imperial period. It is situated to the north of Wroxall.
The site of a cemetery of unknown date. It was discovered in the 19th century and is located 500m north west of Morton Bagot.
A cemetery which dates back to the Imperial period. It is located on Clifton Road, Rugby.
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Medieval cemetery either for the family of Lower Lark Stoke Manor or the villagers of the deserted settlement of Lark Stoke. No associated church or chapel has been identified to date. Burials disturbed by groundworks were re-interred.
A possible charnel pit was found during an archaeological excavation. The pit contained human bone, Roman pottery and various other artefacts. The site was located at St. Nicholas' Church, Alcester.
The Medieval cemetery which was associated with the Church of St Mary Magdalen. The church has been demolished but the cemtery is still in use. It is located 200m south of the present church at Pillerton Priors.