From King (2007, 53, No. 2) A small crudely shaped Latin cross, 67cms (minimum) in height, 27cms in width and 12cms deep is located a the south-west end of the graveyard. The east face has a latin cross and what appears to be an attempt to create roll moulding along the edge of the shaft. The west face has a simple latin cross. Only the top of the upper shaft was visible before the recent clean-up and it can be seen that it was exposed for some considerable time as the upper part of the stone is completely abraded.
Date of upload: 10 July, 2014Description Source: Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage