The socket-stone of a medieval cross, now placed on a small mound of earth on the lawn of Walton Hall, was found c. 1956, in breaking up a paved yard in the farm buildings [centred at SK 3654 6963]. It had been re-used as a paving-stone; no other cross-fragments were noticed. The stone is c. lm square, with chamfered corners and a square socket. It may have come from the nearby chapel site (SMR 14603), but this seems unlikely having regard to the minor status of this chapel. See GP : AO/60/16/5 - Socket-stone from south. Surveyed 6.4.60. (1)
No change. (2)
Personal Observation: F1 WW 06-APR-60.
Personal Observation: F2 FRH 25-JUL-66.
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SK 3658 6957 (point) (Centre)
CHESTERFIELD, CHESTERFIELD, DERBYSHIRE
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