Monument Details N03

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Stone Condition: Damaged Material: Sandstone Length: 0.41 Breadth: 0.65 Depth: 0.07 Inscription Condition: Illegible or eroded Inscription Technique: Incised Mason: Not known Pre 1855 no. N/A ( What's this? )

Monument Inscription

Has no inscription

Family History

This stone, in common with stones N01 to N06 inclusive, is in use as a paving stone on the path which led to the original entrance to the church on its south aspect. It is likely, owing to its relatively small size and its proximity to stone N02, that it may have originally been part of that stone.

Both stones show a broken edge which, while chipped over the years, can still appear a likely match against each other.

No inscription or other identifiable mark is visible on its surface.