Post Medieval construction cut  was dug into grave fill (1274), the fill of cut . Grave cut  held inhumation 1275, which was supine, and slumping down to the south side. Only the upper half of the burial survived due to truncation and the acidity of the soils. Cut  was dug into (1881), the fill of a Roman quarry pit.
Two pieces of pottery were recovered from this context, and both were dated to 150-400AD.