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Jewellery Quarter Research Trust

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Graves Plans

Key Hill and Warstone Lane

Cemetery Documents

Key Hill and Warstone Lane

Cemetery Handbook

Key Hill

Burial List  - With New Print Option

And Memorial Inscriptions

Key Hill and Warstone Lane

War Graves Index

Birmingham Area

Listed Buildings

Jewellery Quarter

Stone Masons

Greater Birmingham Area

Volunteers Role Profiles

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International Woman's Day

8th March 2017

In light of International Women's day, it is our intention to highlight the great women who worked and are buried in the Jewellery Quarter.


Harriet Martineau (June 12, 1802-June 27, 1876), a pioneering British journalist and writer. A free trade advocate, she advocated the kind and affectionate treatment of children. She is best remembered for her contributions to the emerging woman’s movement and for the example she set as a woman powerful in spheres dominated by men.

Buried in the Martineau family grave at Key Hill Cemetery

RESEARCH WITH THE JQRT


The aim of the Jewellery Quarter Research Trust is to encourage and facilitate research into the History and times of people and places in and around Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. The material on our website is available to all researchers without charge.

Contact Russ Mulholland on russ@jqrt.org