As a lot of people seem to have responded to my request for information about
wayside crosses I thought I'd send in this bibliograpy pf articles about them
culled from the searchable British Arch Bibliography on the ADS site. This
only carries info up to 1992 so any later articles would be appreciated. Also
I have a small bibliography of French (mainly north-western) crosses which can
I pass on (on or off-list) if people are interesteed
Brooke, L E J 1986 'A wayside cross [13th century fragment recorded 1916 in
Yeovil]' Notes Queries Somerset Dorset 32, 1986 548-9 
Curle (A. O.). Notes (1) on three carved Norman capitals from Hobkirk, on
Rulewater, Roxburghshire; (2) description of the remains of a wayside cross at
Harwood in Hobkirk parish. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scotl. xxxviii. 416-421.
Doggett, Nicholas 1988 'The wayside cross at Sarsden: a l9th century 'folly'?'
Oxoniensia 53, 1988 347-50, pl, refs. 
The Grade II* listed structure appears to be a reconstruction made between
1818 and 1825, using medieval stones.
Fitzgerald (Lord Walter). The wayside cross bases formerly at Little Rath and
Prospect. Kildare Arch. Soc. iii. 268.
Haslam (W.). An account of some monumental and wayside crosses still remaining
in the west of Cornwall. Arch. Journ. iv. 302-313.
Hitchcock (Richard). Athcarne wayside cross. Kilkenny Arch. Soc. i. 185-186.
King, Heather A 1985 'Irish wayside and churchyard crosses 1600-1700'
Post-Medieval Archaeol 19, 1985 13-33, pls, figs, tables, refs. 
List and distribution map of one hundred examples known so far.
Marples, B J 1974 'The medieval crosses of Oxfordshire' Oxoniensia 38, 1973
(1974) 299-311, fig. 
Survey of medieval churchyard and wayside crosses of Old Oxfordshire plus that
part of Berkshire which falls in New Oxfordshire. Details of cross-bases are
illustrated and 76 crosses catalogued and compared with those elsewhere.
Marshall (Rev. E.). Wayside churchyard and market crosses. Oxfords. Arch. Soc.
NELSON, J nd 'The Medieval Churchyard and Wayside Crosses of Warwickshire' T
Birmingham AS 68 74-88 [ S]
Ormerod (G. Wareing). Wayside crosses in the district bordering the east of
Dartmoor. Devon Assoc. vi. 387-399.
Prim (John G. A.). The wayside crosses of Kilkenny. Kilkenny Arch. Soc. i.
Oxford Archaeological Unit
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