From "Prehistoric Sites of Herefordshire" - George Children and George Nash (1994 Logason Press):
"In association with the stone* are two Bronze Age round barrows. Both are within a few hundred metres either side of the stone. The best preserved of the two lies close to the River Lugg, about 100m west of the stone. The second, 300m to the south-east, has been ploughed up and is now part of a modern field boundary. Bronze Age monuments are often grouped this way throughout Herefordshire and there is a similar pattern at Comb, 2km west of Kinsham."