The grave of witch Lizzie o Banton (real name Lizzie Batty) who died in Brampton, Cumbria in 1817. She was 'guilty' of “acting in a peculiar manner, dressing curiously and generally ‘acting the part’,” She died of old age, however, rather than being burnt at the stake
Mausoleum of Sir Richard and Lady Burton: Churchyard of St Mary Magdalen Grade II* listed. Mausoleum. c1890 in the shape of a Bedouin tent made of Carrara marble and Forest of Dean stone, 12 feet square and 18 feet high
The local legend is that Sarah was a witch and that the cage was put over her grave to stop her from rising! The grave is in the north side of the churchyard and that was traditionally the area set aside for suicides and wrongdoers. But would a witch be buried in consecrated ground?