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Rockcliffe Medieval Cross

The Rockcliffe Cross is a medieval high cross which stands in the churchyard of St Mary's Church in Rockcliffe, Cumbria. The cross dates from the 10th century and is believed to stand in it's original position. The cross is a Scheduled Monument and also Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Rockcliffe Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rockcliffe, Cumbria Church of St Mary, Rockcliffe Grade I Listed
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The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Rockcliffe and Cargo, Stone cross

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Rockcliffe Cross
- "....The monument includes an early medieval cross, situated within a church yard on the south side of St Mary's Church on the edge of Rockcliffe close to the banks of …

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Church of St Mary, Rockcliffe
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Church of St Mary, Rockcliffe
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's Church in Rockcliffe was built in 1848, by James Stewart of Carlisle, replacing a medieval church here. The church tower had to be rebuilt …


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List grade: 1
List number: 1138346
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY3589361616


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