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Description: Cross in the Churchyard, About 5.5m North of the Porch, Church of St Michael
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134791
OS Grid Reference: SP0817436023
OS Grid Coordinates: 408174, 236023
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0226, -1.8823
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BUCKLAND BUCKLAND VILLAGE
SP 03 NE
2/10 Cross, in the churchyard, about
5.5m north of the porch, Church
of St Michael
Cross. Medieval base, 1883 shaft, probably by F.S. Waller. Stone.
Approximately 3.5m square base, 2 plain steps: single-stone square
base on centre of platform, chamfered top to plinth, moulded edge
above. Above, square cross shaft, marked taper, trefoil-headed
recess in west face for inscription. Head with ring and circles
drilled in angles of cross. Inscribed 'THE / CHURCH WAS / RESTORED
/ A.D.1883 / PHILIP MORRIS / RECTOR / ALF. PERRET / C. HODDINOTT /
Listing NGR: SP0817336021
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Source: English Heritage
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