If you would like to visit Philippa's grave on Saddle Hill, Nevis, it is 1.5 miles from Montpelier Plantation Inn and can be found using the following map (courtesy John Bone):
A4 map showing the route to Philippa's grave [PDF, 962KB]
This list of related websites is categorised under the headings:
Nevis Historical and Conservation Society
Nonprofit organization established in 1980 to conserve the natural, cultural and historic fabric of the Island of Nevis and her surrounding sea for all its people.
Caribbean Historical Archaeology
Marco Meniketti, Director of Operations, has an interest in Caribbean Colonial Landscapes Research and has conducted excavations on Prentis – the land below Saddle Hill, where Philippa and Clement Prentis lived.
St Kitts – Nevis Genealogy Page
A clearing house for information of interest to those conducting genealogical research on the families of St. Kitts and Nevis.
The CaribbeanGenWeb Project is an on-line data repository for queries, family histories, and source records as well as being a resource centre to identify other on-line databases and resources to assist researchers.
Cyndi's List: Ships, passenger lists and immigration
Comprehensive list of genealogy websites, this section relating to ships, passenger lists and immigration.
Brings together the Public Record Office, Historical Manuscripts Commission, the Office of Public Sector Information and Her Majesty's Stationery Office
Nevis Tourism website.
The Definitive Caribbean Guide to Nevis
An independent guide of Nevis written by a leading UK travel journalist.
Explore St Kitts
St Kitts Tourism website.
This small luxury hotel was a working sugar plantation during the 18th century. Lord Nelson married Fannie Nisbett at Montpelier House which was – and still is – practically next door!
The Hermitage Plantation Hotel
One of the oldest Nevis hotels in operation. One exquisite, restored room preserves part of one of the oldest wooden houses in the Caribbean, built around 1700.