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Original message (posted by rayonline5555)
`The cross represents our village and possibly the site of an ancient cross`
What a feeble explanation....The `cross` is NOT a cross at all..It is a signpost...In the middle ages many signposts were in the shape of a cross and were called CRUCIALS which was latin and meaning `A cross shaped signpost` look it up on Googles Online Dictionary(Ancient meanings)...
The Wheat Symbol.....The Two Stubshaws was NOT a Wheatfield in the 17th.century ...It was pasture land used for grazing purposes and was in fact an Inclosure...(Ask Google again)
I wonder if all those contributors would like to know their money has gone to all this duff information?
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