This rounded granite boulder was found at Bemaken Friary (PRN 0011). Its precise findspot is unknown, but a local tradition reports that it was found in a field bank on the boundary between the Friary and the neighbouring farm of Ballaclague lying to the north-west. The stone bears a simple ogham inscription which spells the name, ‘Macleog’, from which the modern Manx surname ‘Clague’ is derived. The stone is now displayed at the Manx Museum.
Cross was scanned in situ with the result that some surfaces could not be captured or photographed.