Dromiskin (Darver & Dromiskin)
Nothing remains of this monument but the head, which itself is damaged and incomplete, and it has been mounted on a modern cement shaft and base. Having regard to the size and nature of the cross-head it is probable that the original monument may have stood eight to ten feet high. It has an imperforate ring-head, i.e., the spaces at the intersection of the arms with the shaft are not pierced but remain as recessed panels behind the inner edges of the ring arcs and the cross proper. All the decoration on the cross-head is well laid out and excellently executed.
Abstracted from Seanchas Ardmhacha, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1954) p. 113-114