Bewcastle Cross, St Mary's Church, Wreay


The carved sandstone cross by the Losh Mausoleum, in the churchyard of St Mary's Church in Wreay, was built in c.1835 by Sarah Losh. It was erected as memorial to John and Isabella Losh - her parents. The column of the cross is carved with figures and Celtic designs, based on the Bewcastle Cross. The cross is Grade II listed.

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Churchyard of St Mary's, Wreay

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St Mary's Church, Wreay, Stone cross

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Detail from the cross, St Mary's Wreay

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Detail from the cross, St Mary's Wreay

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The Cross at Wrea

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St Mary's Church, Wreay - April 2017 (6)

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CROSS IN WREAY CHURCHYARD - List Entry
- "Cross. 1835 by Sarah Losh. Carved calciferous sandstone. Tapered column with carved figures and Celtic designs in alternating panels, surmounted by triform cross. Erected as memorial, with latin inscription to ...

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Sarah Losh (1785 - 1853)
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Sarah Losh (1785 - 1853)
- Overview About Sarah Losh Sarah Losh was an architect and designer from Wreay in Cumbria. She designed St Mary's Church and other buildings in Wreay. Sadly, none of her papers ...
Losh Mausoleum, St Mary's Church, Wreay
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Losh Mausoleum, St Mary's Church, Wreay
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Wreay St. Mary's Church

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