Chuchyard Cross in Churchyard, Church Of St Mary, Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6 (Grade I)
Chuchyard Cross in Churchyard, Church Of St Mary is a grade one (I) listed building in Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6. It was first listed in 1955.
A churchyard cross is a stone cross in a churchyard. This particular cross is from the 1400s, is made of limestone, and has a stepped stone plinth. The base of the cross is octagonal, and the shaft of the cross is octagonal with a head of niches to four sides. Each niche contains a figure, representing the Crucifixion, St. Mary, a Bishop with an unidentified figure, and two additional figures.
About Chuchyard Cross in Churchyard, Church Of St Mary
SU 19 SW CRICKLADE HIGH STREET (west side)
13/146 Churchyard cross, in churchyard, Church of St. Mary 17.1.55 (formerly listed as St Mary’s Churchyard Cross)
Churchyard Cross. C14. Limestone. Stepped stone plinth. Octagonal base with chamfered top. Octagonal shaft with head of niches to four sides, each with cusped ogee top containing figures on corbelled base, representing the Crucifiction, St. Mary, a Bishop with unidentified figure, and 2 figures. (Ancient Monument: Wiltshire No.680).
Where is Chuchyard Cross in Churchyard, Church Of St Mary?
Chuchyard Cross in Churchyard, Church Of St Mary is located on High Street, in Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6.
|Grid Reference||SU 10138 93853|
|Easting, Northing||410137.557, 193853.52484|
|Latitude, Longitude||51.643392, -1.854894|
|Grade listing||I (one)|
|English Heritage List Entry Number||1023108|