DENWICK B 1340 NU 11 SE NU 19921416 (North side) 10/34 Remains of White Cross, 400 metres north-east of Denwick Bridge II Socket stone of cross, medieval or C17, and adjacent inscribed boulder C19. Sandstone. Socket stone 0.6 metre by 0.5 metre with chamfered upper edge and rectangular socket; unshaped boulder alongside inscribed WHITECROSS HOWL. The cross is said to mark the 1665 burial of Denwick's plague victims; it may have been a medieval piece re-used.
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