[From 4th Report - 1915]

Appendix I.

ARTICLES FOUND OR HEARD OF IN CONNECTION WITH THE KEEILLS MENTIONED IN THIS REPORT. (not including architectural details at Maughold Church).

MAUGHOLD.

S. MARY'S, BALLURE.
*Scandinavian cross-slab, (Manx Crosses, 96)

PARISH CHURCHYARD. NORTH KEEILL.
Carved piece of a window, red sandstone, now lost.
Cross-slab of 6th century, (Manx Crosses, 10).
Scandinavian cross-slab, with inscription in Runes.
Roofing slates of local stone.
White pebbles, about a dozen.

PARISH CHURCHYARD. MIDDLE KEEILL.
Anglian cross-slab, (Manx Crosses, 117).
Thirty white pepples.

PARISH CHURCHYARD, EAST KEEILL.
Two fragments of cross-slabs
Early slab, bearing on one face a linear-cross within a rectangular panel.
Lamp of sandstone, 4¾ ins. by 3 ins. and 1 3/8 ins. thick.
Round Scraper of dark, horn-coloured flint, 1 ins. diam. and about 1/8 in. thick. One third of its edge chipped to shape.
Flint flake
Charcoal.
White shore pebbles, about 30. (Also two from site of Urn Burial outside wall of rampart).
Two socket-stones, which may be recent.
Fragment of quern-stone.

BALLATERSON.'
Cross slab, (Manx Crosses, 48)

BALLAGILLEY.
Fragment of Scandinavian cross-slab, (Manx Crosses).

BALLAGLASS.
Cross-slab of 7th century, (Manx Crosses, 33).

CARDLE-VEG.
Font made out of boulder of local rock, 18 to 20 ins. diam. by 7½ ins. high ;
basin, 13 ins. diem, and 4 ins. deep, with inclined sides.

KEEILL CHIGGAYRT.
Anglian cross-slab, (Manx Crosses 51).

KEEILL WOIRREY, CORNA.
Charcoal and traces of pottery. Seven white pebbles.
Cross-slab of 6th or 7th century, (Manx Crosses, 20).
Cross-slab of same period, 42 ins. high by 16 ins, and from 2 to 3 ins. thick, with outline cross within an oval, incised.
Rough slab with late Runes, (Manx Crosses, 114).

ARD COOILLEN.
Cross-slab of 7th or 8th century, (Manx Crosses, 32).

KEEILL VAIL.
White shore-pebbles, about 6o.

LONAN.

GLEN ROY,
(claimed to have been brought from the adjoining farm of Ballaleaney), Cross-slab of 8th or early 9th century, (Manx Crosses 49).

OLD CHURCH GROUDLE.
Cross-slab Of 5th or 6th century, (Manx Crosses, 8, 9). Many hundreds of White shore pebbles.

Appendix II.

MANX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY. BALANCE SHEET, Dec. 1912.

Balance from last year's Statement £7 2 0

SUBSCRIPTIONS & DONATIONS:

F. Swynnerton 106

.. 10 6

Rev. J. Davidson ... 106

T. Allen, C.P. ... 10 0

Mrs. E. C. Farrant ... 10 6

N. H. A. Society ... 5 0 0

Museum Trustees ... 20 0 0

Lord Raglan ... 20 0 0

47 12 0

Bank Interest ... ... 1 0

X54 15 0

Wages paid for work done in

Lezayre and Maughold ... £5 17 6

Secretarial Expenses ... 1 10 0

G. & L. Johnson (print'g 2nd Report) 20 15 0

(on acct. Of 3rd Report) 25 0 0

Balance ... ... ... 1 12 6

£54 15 0

Balance due printers ... £8 2 6

BALANCE SHEET, 31 October, 1914

Balance brought forward

(Dec. I9I2). ,, I 12 Io SUBSCRIPTIONS & DONATIONS:

Rev. S. N. Harrison ... ~C,5 0 0

N.H.A. Society ... 5 0 0

... 5 0 0

Lord Raglan ... 25 0 0

R. C. Kermode (Tasmania) i Io 6

P. G. Ralfe ... ... Io 6

42 I o

Sale of Reports ... ... 4 6 Bank Interest... ... ... 3 0 X44 I 4

Paid G. & L. Johnson on account C7 0 0

balance I 2 6

for work done in Lezayre

and Maughold g o 0

Balance in Bank ... ... 26 18 Io 44 I 4

Received at meeting of Committee,

Douglas, 19 November, 1914.

Appendix III.

CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMITTEE.

Chairman : His Excellency the LIEUT.-GOVERNOR, LORD RAGLAN, C.B., &c., &c.
Treasurer : T. E. ACHESON, Lloyd's Bank, Ramsey.
Secretary : P. M. C. KERMODE, Glen Aldyn, Ramsey.
Executive Council ; H.E. the LIEUT.-GOVERNOR, Chairman, Deemster CALLOW, C. T. W. HUGHES-GAMES, J. MACMILLAN, Rev. Canon QUINE, T. E- ACHESON, P. M. C. KERMODE.

Ex Officio: The Manx Museum and Ancient Monuments Trustees, viz :- Deemster CALLOW, the Right Rev. Lord Bishop, Dr. DENTON THOMPSON, the ARCHDEACON, the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, Mr. Speaker MAITLAND, Prof. W. A. HERDMAN, and P. M. C. KERMODE.

Captains of Parishes and Representatives of Parish Sub- Committees:-Marown, D. MAITLAND, C.P., Rev. A. E. CLARKE ; Patrick, R. B. QUIRK, C.P. ; German, T. C. S. MOORE, C.P., C. H. COWLEY ; Michael, J, Q. CANNELL, C, P. ; J. R. QUAYLE. Ballaugh, T. S. KEIG, C.P. ; Jurby, E. J. CURPHEY, C.P. ; Andreas, R. S. CORLETT, C.P. ; the Ven. The ARCHDEACON; Bride, R. S. GARRETT, C.P.; Lezayre, J. W. VONDY, C.P., DR. TELLET; Maughold, T. ALLEN, C.P., Rev. S. N. HARRISON; Lonan, R. T. CORLETT, C.P., Rev. CANON QUINE; Onchan, THE CLERK OF THE ROLLS, C.P.; Braddan, GEO.DRINKWATER, C.P.; Santon, F. M, GREENE, C.P., R. LACE; Malew, T. H. MOORE, C.P., Arbory, W. A. STEVENSON, C.P.; Rushen, J. D. CLUCAS, C.P., H. P. KELLY.

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