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Abode: Removed from Churchyard c. 1840; Moved in Mr Wallace's collection to his museum in Distington; Moved to Mr Wallace's museum in Douglas; Transferred to Castle Rushen. THIS CROSS IS NOTED IN EARLIER WORK AS BEING FROM BRIDE, IT IS LIKELY ACTUALLY MICHAEL Fragment of carved interlace:Found circa 1840; 15.5 inch x 9 inch x 3 inch. No 116 (90). Broken fragment with dragon-head and plaited bands. 14.5 inch high x 9 inch maximum width and 1.5 inch thick. Dragon Cross fragment, early 11th century (6) perhaps of Mammen/Ringerike style overlap (9). Record History: Site visit RCHME/NAR OS Field Worker DS (99) 14/09/1955 - Site visit RCHME/NAR OS Field Worker DWE (10) 17/04/1986 - Desktop update Robinson, Harry A., Dr (16) 11/03/1987 - Desktop update Johnson, Andrew, Mr (53) 07/01/1989 - Site visit OS field worker ECW (99) 21/09/1987 - Site visit OS field worker JR (99) 21/09/1987 Class Characterisation: 4 - 1 - 4 - 4 - Total 13 * Monument Discrimination: 3 - 1 - 3 - 3 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - Total 14 * Management Appraisal: 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - Total 4 * Assessed Value: 31

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