Well, there's a commemorative plaque at least, which I omitted to include in a blog post last September about Benjamin Mayo (aka The Old General), one of Nottingham's most noted eccentrics.
But the slate is no longer in its place: it has been propped against the wall below the framework that held it. It reads:
COMMONLY KNOWN BY THE NAME OF
"THE OLD GENERAL"
DIED IN THE NOTTINGHAM
12TH JANUARY 1843, AGED 64 YEARS.
A FEW INHABITANTS OF THIS TOWN,
ASSOCIATING HIS PECULIARITIES AND ECCENTRICITIES,
WITH REMINISCENCES OF THEIR EARLY BOYHOOD,
HAVE ERECTED THIS TABLET
TO HIS MEMORY.
See HONES' "EVERY DAY BOOK Vol. 2nd Page 1570.'