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When I was looking at things to do in Birmingham this came up. Turns out it is in the wee park right across from our hotel and we had walked past it a fair few times.
There are graves in there from the 1800s and...More
So pleased to make Nanetta Stockers grave my 1000th review on Trip Advisor, it feels rather apt to share my milestone with the gravestone of a memorable lady.
The grave stone is small and covered by moss so is very hard to miss but Its...More
I agree with the previous reviewer, there is not much to see at this grave, but it's nice to find outside Birmingham Cathedral, and made us think for a few minutes.
Smallish gravestone, and the writing is well-worn, but still visible.
The grave of the smallest woman in the kingdom is a fairly humble affair. It is a small lichen covered grave in the grounds of St. Philips Cathedral in Central Birmingham.
The grave is located to the right of the entrance of the cathedral itself...More