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MONUMENT NO. 77400

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The remains of the smashed shaft and head of a shaft-on-steps type of medieval cross of 15th century date. The shaft is now in about seven fragments but the largest part sill stands to a height of 1m. on the southern slopes of King's Lowe (SJ92SW1). The cross originally came from South Wales, and was set up in its present position to mark the traditional spot of the murder, in 1494, of William Chetwynd. It is not known where in South Wales it came from

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