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Isle Martin, NW of Ullapool. Cross-slab (? 8th c).) 1.3m high, 0.5m broad, and 0.3m thick, which is plain on three sides and embossed on the E side with a rough cross, fitting the description of the previous authorities. It is traditionally said to mark the grave of St Martin. It was originally surmounted by a wheel-cross whose present whereabouts is not known. (Mrs Easson, Isle of Martin, Ross and Cromarty There are many grave-markers of roughly hewn stone in the area around the chapel; one of them bears the letters “D I”. From Canmore https://canmore.org.uk/site/12091/isle-martin-st-martins-chapel-graveyard-and-clach-fear-eilean-mhairtein