Keys to the Past

Romaldkirk, Gueswick Hills Stone (Romaldkirk)

This medieval (1066 to 1540) stone cross base is built into a stile on the north side of the Cotherstone to Romaldkirk road. It was one of two surviving cross-bases on the old route from Cotherstone to Romaldkirk church along which bodies were carried for burial (See also stone cross).

Reference number:D2507

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Source of Reference
Local History of Romaldkirk


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