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Notes: Found in 1857, possible keeill site, possibly in situ.

Stone pillar with incised plain Latin cross. Found 1857. 74 inch x 23 inch x 6.5 inch. Two granite pillars marked with crosses commemorate first preaching of the gospel'. See ground photograph (5) No 6 is irregular in shape, height 48 inch maximum width 22 inch and thickness 4.5 inch. It has a plain incised bulbous cross - vertical lengths 14 inch and horizontal length 12 inch. On the pile of stones is a long prostrate uninscribed stone of rather irregular shape and not a slab as are Nos 6 & 7. Record History: Site visit RCHME/NAR OS Field Worker DS (99) 02/01/1980 - Desktop update Robinson, Harry A., Dr (25) 19/05/1987 - Desktop update Johnson, Andrew, Mr (43) 07/01/1989 - Site visit OS field worker JR (99) 21/09/1987

Class Characterisation: 3 - 1 - 3 - 3 - Total 10 * Monument Discrimination: 2 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - Total 11 * Management Appraisal: 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - Total 4 * Assessed Value: 22

Item name: St Patrick's Chair Cross Slab

ID number: Manx Cross 6

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