(1637) FFYNNON SAETHON

Probably the structure a little N.W. of Rhedyn, at the S.W. extremity of a disused lane leading to it from the drive to Saethon. A tiny stagnant pool, choked with stones, has a large rough boulder as a capstone, and the remains of a stone-built surround 3 ft. square; also perhaps steps leading down to it from the N.W., and traces of a larger surround about 8 ft. by 6 ft. Holy Wells, p. 155.
Condition: bad
SH29723245
15 iii 61
40 SW Spring

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