The Martyrs Memorial is located in the middle of Junction 5 of Coventry's Ring Road. I am not sure if this memorial is still at it's original location, but mention is made of Martyr's Field, 200 yards easterly for the site of the Martyrdom.
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Face 1 words:-
Near this spot Eleven persons whose names are subjoined suffered death for conscience' sake in the reign of King Henry VIII and Queen Mary In xxxx, Joan Ward, on April 4th, 1519 Mistress Landsdail (or Smith) Thomas Landsdail, Hosier. Master Hawkins, Skinner. Master Wrigsham, Glover. Robert Hockett, Shoemaker. Thomas Bond, Shoemaker. In January 1521, Robert Selkes (or Silksby) Also On February 8th, 1555, Laurence Saunders. On September 20th, 1555, Robert Glover and Cornelius Bongey.
Face 2 words:-
It is recorded that the martyrs were burned in the Little Park. The same place where the Lollards suffered. The martyrs' Field (now built upon) was situated 200 yards from this spot in an easterly direction. The last words spoken by Laurence Saunders were Welcome the cross of Christ Welcome everlasting life