Cross in St Peter and St Paul's Churchyard
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Lincolnshire County Council
East Lindsey District Council
Louth and Horncastle
OV317317 (531652, 400912)
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The base and lower part of the shaft of a Grade II Listed standing stone cross. The cross is located in the churchyard of St Peter and St Paul's Church to the north of the nave. The cross is medieval in date and is constructed of limestone. The base takes the form of a socket stone resting on a shallow plinth. The socket stone is square in section and deeply chamfered on top. Set into the socket stone with lead is the lower part of the shaft, rectangular in section at the base and rising above moulded and chamfered corners in tapering octagonal section to a height of 0.69 metres. Onto this fragment was formerly fixed the upper part of the shaft and cross head. Scheduled.
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