A photograph and plan showing the 11 burials from the first phase of the cemetery in the grout shaft. Nine were adults, one an adolescent and one a child. Yersinia pestis was found in one skeleton.
All were buried on the same south-west to north-east alignment, with their heads to the south-west. There was no sign of any grave markers, but the graves were laid out in rows with enough space to walk between them.