In Thomas Middleton's remarkably informative Poets, Poems, and Rhymes (1908), he gives clear directions to the grave of minor poet Joseph Johnston (1810–68) in St George's churchyard, Hyde. Unfortunately, the grave now seems to have disappeared under a children's playground. Johnston (although teetotal) was a good friend of John Critchley Prince, so I'm taking advantage of that fact to post more shots of Prince's grave, but cleaned up this time:
Now, we are able to see a much clearer picture of the grave.
BY A FEW ADMIRERS
TO THE MEMORY OF
JOHN CRITCHLEY PRINCE
HOURS WITH THE MUSES
BORN 21ST JUNE 1808
DIED 5TH MAY 1866'
Inside the large circle is a laurel wreath and the initials 'J C P'.