Oldest Grave

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Postby simon2710 » Sun 17 Feb, 2013 12:21 pm

Does anybody know if this grave would still contain the coffin/remains? I'm sure they were moved but apparently there is still a headstone at the bottom of someones garden.....
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Postby Croggy1 » Sun 17 Feb, 2013 10:33 pm

That roman coffin has been mentioned before on here - see http://www.secretleeds.com/forum/Messages.aspx?ThreadID=3848

Thanks for the reminder about the cache though - I still haven't 'done' that one.
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Postby Jogon » Mon 18 Feb, 2013 3:40 pm

Roman or earlier stone coffin in Adel Church yard near the stone horse mount steps.
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Postby Steve Jones » Mon 18 Feb, 2013 8:27 pm

Jogon wrote:
Roman or earlier stone coffin in Adel Church yard near the stone horse mount steps.

These are actually all that is left from a former archaeology display formerly kept in a nearby house.I too thought the6 were from the area until Dave Wheldrake the former Education Officer for West Yorkshire Archaeology told me the truth on a guided walk in the area some years back.
He did also confirm though that the small round hump near the Oates memorial stone off Stonegate Road is a round barrow when i took him to look at it.This therefore must be in with a chance as oldest grave!    
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Re: Oldest Grave

Postby Ann » Sun 23 Oct, 2016 9:48 pm

Try St James church at Seacroft or Lawnswood cemetary.

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