The site of a cemetery containing Anglo Saxon cremation burials and inhumations dating to the Migration or Early Medieval periods. Brooches, tweezers, and buckles were amongst the objects found with the burials. The cemetery was situated to the east of Baginton.
The site of a possible holy well of unknown date which is known from documentary evidence. Two maps from 1672 and 1840 refer to Holy Well Field. It was located 650m south of the church, Ufton.
The site of a cemetery of Imperial and modern date. It is situated on Oxhill Road, Middle Tysoe.
The possible site of an Anglo Saxon cemetery, dating to the Migration or Early Medieval period. Two skeletons, one of a woman and one a child, were found to the north of the church at Lighthorne.
A late 19th century cemetery, included on the Register of Parks and Gardens. It is situated about 250m south west of the centre of the town of Bedworth.
The remains of a Bronze Age cremation cemetery and an enclosure were found during an excavation. The remains were found 600m east of Bubbenhall.
During archeological work at Castle Hill Baptist Church eight burials were discovered. These burials date to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods.
The Church of St John the Baptist was Medieval in origin. It was extensively repaired in the Imperial period, with various additions. The church is situated 100m south of Wolvey Bridge.
Findspot - A human skull of unknown date was found 200m south of the church, Ufton, although it had probably been transported here from another location.
The site of several ring ditches of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. Some of the ring ditches have been partially excavated and interpreted as the remains of a henge, enclosure and barrow. The ring ditches are situated 700m east of Bretford.