Stone crosses in the garden of Trewardale
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County Council (Unitary)
SN103103 (210307, 71589)
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Two wheel headed crosses. The former "Whit-ee-Cross" from Whitecross. It was removed early in the 19th century leaving the base still in situ and taken to Trewardale house, being placed firstly outside the main gates. At a later date it was set up on its present site for safety, the original base being brought and united with it - the base is now covered with earth. A second wheel cross-head lies at the foot of the above. It originally stood by the wayside between Lower Lonke and Penport in St Breward parish and was found circa 1860 in a heap of building stones by the Reverend C M Edward-Collins who had it brought to Trewardale.
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