The remains of a stone cross stand in the churchyard of St Peter's Church. The shaft of the cross rests in the socket stone. It is of medieval date (1066 to 1540). It is possible that the modern replica on the village green is on the original site of this cross.
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Source of Reference
Local History of Bishopton
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