Rogues Roost on Dartmoor probably represent a series of historic staddle stones.
Definitive evidence to support a prehistoric interpretation for stone alignments is rare. Nevertheless consensus of a sort is often reached and each new discovery is either accepted, rejected or placed on an uncertain/unlikely pile. Some of those that have been accepted probably were not alignments, some may have been the badly battered vestiges of other types of prehistoric remains or features of a later date and function. On the other hand some of those that have been dismissed may on further examination prove to be genuine. The list of sites that have been rejected for various reasons includes at least 312 monuments and basic details of these sites are presented below. An interactive map showing the distribution of these sites provides an alternative way to view the information available for these monuments. Over time research, fresh evidence and enhanced understanding may contradict the current accepted interpretation and in this event sites may be migrated to the main Gazetteer.
This list includes at least four items of information for each site and some have a short note in italics at the end. The information is separated by a comma. The information provided is Site Name, National Grid Reference (NGR), a one word description of the condition and interpretation. The interpretative summary includes the terms Uncertain, Unlikely and Not. These reflect varying reasons for doubting a prehistoric interpretation. Uncertain indicates that there is not enough evidence to support a prehistoric identification whilst unlikely means that there is no evidence to support a prehistoric date. Finally those labelled Not are on the basis of current evidence considered not to be prehistoric stone alignments. Any evidence to challenge these interpretations will always be welcome. Please use the contact button.
Map showing the distribution of dubious, uncertain and unlikely stone rows. There are three separate layers . Uncertain rows are shown black, unlikely ones are shown green and those which are currently believed not to be rows are shown red.
Aish Ridge, SX 68134 60973, Not, Survives, An unfinished field boundary dated 1808.
Askham Moor 5, NY 49347 22084, Uncertain. Depicted by Taylor, M.W. in 1886 but not found since.
Assycombe Hill S, SX 6624 8117, Survives, Uncertain
Badgworthy Lees, SS 78761 44567, Survives, Not. Stones in an historic field boundary ditch.
Barbrook, SK 27674 75618, Survives, Not, Stones placed alongside a modern track
Bathampton, ST 771 653, Destroyed, Unlikely
Becky Falls, SX 7597 7986, Not found, Unlikely
Bellever Tor, SX 643 765, Confusion, Unlikely
Benjamy, SS 737 433, Confusion, Not
Black Barrow, SS 8312 4387, Confusion, Not
Black Tor E (Avon), SX 6814 6366, Confusion, Not
Bradnor Hill 1. SO27945860, Survives, Unlikely
Brisworthy, SX 5656 6551, Survives, Unlikely
Broad Field, NY 425 445, Destroyed, Unlikely
Brockenburrow Lane S, SS661423, Destroyed, Uncertain
Brown Stones, SD679130, Confusion, Not
Burnt Edge, SD666127, Confusion, Not
Buryas Bridge, SW 4457 2863, Survives (partly), Not. Three stones but ends not intervisible and the upper stone would not have been visible from the other two. Meyn Mamvro, 2017, 93, 7.
Caradon Hill, SX 26836 70135, Survives, Unlikely. Uncertainty concerning location and probably a natural cluster of rocks.
Carlatton, NY534510, N/K, Uncertain
Clannon Ball, stone at, SS 7580 4370, Survives, Not. A single stone.
Codsend Moor, SS 88183 41215, Survives, Uncertain. The surviving evidence does not support a stone row interpretation.
Collard Tor III, SX 5586 6201, Survives, Uncertain
Corndon Down, SX 6847 7393, Survives, Uncertain
Counting Hill Row, SD672141, Confusion, Not
Cox Tor, SX 5306 7616, Confusion, Not
Creaber, SX 6568 8788, Confusion, Not
Cripdon Down, SX 7340 8070, Confusion, Not
Devil’s Jump Stone, SP 9990 4090, Survives, Uncertain
Dinger Tor C12, SX 58488 87968, Survives, Uncertain, Information provided by Bill Wilkinson.
Down Tor S., SX 591 693, Confusion, Not
Drizzlecombe Cist, SX 5915 6721, Confusion, Not
Dunnabridge, SX 63 74, Confusion, Not, Burl records as Dunnabridge but gives the NGR SX 6364. No other information available
Durrington Walls, SU 14923 43550, Confusion, Not, Identified by geophysics and dismissed by excavation.
East or West Pinford, stones at, SS 7951 4265, Survives, Not. Natural stone outcrop.
Emblance Down, SX 1367 7750, Survives, Uncertain, Probably a natural feature.
Fur Tor C9, SX 58632 83776, Survives, Uncertain, Information provided by Bill Wilkinson.
Fur Tor C17, SX 58980 83596, Survives, Uncertain, Information provided by Bill Wilkinson.
Grey Yauds, NY 54480 48668, Destroyed, Uncertain, Destroyed avenue
Harland Moor, SE 67563 92643, Survives, Uncertain, At least three stones but may be part of a field system.
Hart Heugh, NT 96841 26058, Survives, Not, Part of a prehistoric enclosure wall.
Harrowthorn Plantation, SX 6234 6190, Survives, Not, Modern track kerb
Hazel Head, SE 80700 99659, Survives, Unlikely
Hill Green, SU 4528 7626, Destroyed, Unlikely
Holdstone Down, SS 620 476, Destroyed, Unlikely
Honeycombe Hill, SS 860 422, Survives, Uncertain
Hookmoor Cross, SX 6767 5788, Destroyed, Uncertain
Hoscombe SE, SS 831 438, Survives, Unlikely
Howe Robin, NY 62 10, Confusion, Not
Ilam Tops, SK 1358 5277, Confusion, Not
Joan Ford’s Newtake, SX 6319 7198, Confusion, Not
Lakehead Hill 2, SX 64701 77409, Destroyed, Unlikely, Much more likely to have represented stones exposed in the side of the ditch.
Lakehead Hill 4, SX 6436 7747, Destroyed, Unlikely
Lakehead Hill 5, SX 6434 7750, Survives, Uncertain
Lakehead Hill 6, SX 6427 7728, Destroyed, Uncertain
Langdean, SU 1180 6570, Survives, Unlikely
Langstone Downs, SX253737, Survives, Uncertain
Langstone Moor II, SX 5494 7884, Survives, Unlikely, Said to be a row partly buried beneath a later reave.
Langstone Moor III, SX 5510 7880, Not known, Uncertain, A line of stones noted in 1890’s not seen since.
Lee Moor, South, SX 5840 6360, Survives, Large number of stones cannot be resolved into an alignment.
Legis Lake, SX 5660 6576, N/K, Not
Little Mayne, SY 72217 87115, Destroyed, Unlikely, Described by Gale in 1728
Lordenshaw, NZ 052 991, Survives, Not, The two lines of stones (no trace of the third) are clearly field boundaries.
Low Bridestones (Yorks), NZ 84521 04734, Survives, Uncertain, Could be part of a field system
Low Byrness, NT 7793 0145, Destroyed, Unlikely
Lowther Woodhouse, NY525265, Destroyed, Uncertain
Mably Farm, SW 5865 3341, Confusion, Not, Road side kerb stones
Madgetts Hill, SO 550010, N/K, Uncertain
Metherell, SX 6703 8417, Confusion, Not
Moorlands, SX 6234 7344, Confusion, Not, This is a prehistoric wall forming part of a field system
Murthwaite, SD 711 989, Destroyed, Uncertain
Myrtleberry North Camp, SS 7430 4880, Unlikely, Probably historic boundary stones.
Near Baldhu, SW 77 42, Destroyed, Uncertain
Newbiggin, NY471293, Destroyed, Uncertain
Newton Reigny NY475315, Destroyed, Uncertain
Ogborough, SX 66, Confusion, Not, Only mentioned by Burl. No locational or other information.
Oke Tor, SX605895, Confusion, Not
Penhurrock, NY 62898 10392, Survives, Not, Bedrock outcrop
Penn Beacon 3, SX 5982 6228, Confusion, Not, Cairn is scheduled
Pinford, SS 7957 4250, Confusion, Unlikely, Possible duplication
Polgoda, SX 0432 6207, Destroyed, Uncertain
Portesham Stone Row, SY608871, Survives, Unlikely
Portford Bridge, SS 82783435, N/K, Uncertain
Porth Hellick Down, SV 92828 10759, Survives, Not
Possible Stone Row Cheriton Ridge, SS 7514 4311, Survives, Unlikely
Ramsley, SX651 931, Destroyed, Uncertain, Probably a field boundary
Rempstone stone row, SY 9946 8207, Destroyed, Uncertain
Ricksy Ball, SS 7360 3862, Survives, Unlikely
Riggingdale, NY 4679 1172, Modern, Not, Spurious stone row at entrance to Riggindale. Date/function uncertain
Ringhill, SX 6480 7945, Destroyed, Unlikely, Burl records this row twice
Rogues Roost, SX 6776 7515, Survives, Not, Staddle stones adjacent to historic farmstead
Rough Hill, SU 1368 7297, N/K, Unlikely
Roundhill E, SX 6121 7439, Confusion, Not, Field boundary
Roundhill, SX 6106 7444, Confusion, Not
Salcombe Hill, SY 1424 8840, Destroyed, Unlikely
Saltergate Moor, SE 865 957, Survives, Uncertain
Scorhill, SX 65470 87200, Survives, Uncertain
Sharpitor NE (2), SX 56453 70834, Confusion, Not, A cluster of small stones protruding through the turf
Sherwell, SX 6838 7455, Confusion, Not
Spinster’s Rock, SX 69890 90789, Destroyed, Uncertain
Stone setting East Pinford, SS 798 426, Survives, Unlikely, Probably a field boundary
Studland, SZ 02503 85052, Survives, Uncertain, Probably boundary stones.
The Paddocks, SJ 3810 0107, Survives, Unlikely
Thornworthy, SX 6638 8500, Confusion, Not
Three Barrows NW, SX 6521 6264, No longer visible, Uncertain, Two stones were once visible on the cairn margin. They were probably the remains of a kerb rather than a row.
Thurstones Row, SD681116, Confusion, Not
Top Tor, SX 735 764, Confusion, Not
Trehudreth Downs stone setting, SX 12516 72743, Survives, Uncertain
Trethosa Moor, SW 933 544, Destroyed, Uncertain
Trout Hill, SS 795 433, Confusion, Not
Twinhoe, ST 75025946, Survives, Not, Field boundary revetment
Unconvincing prehistoric stone alignment on The Chains, SS 7277 4304, Survives, Unlikely
Upper Twinhoe, ST 75 59, Survives, Not
West Middleton, SS 6487 4589, Survives, Not, Staddle stones in a farm yard
West Mill Tor, SX 5879 9077, Survives, Not
Whit Stones, SS 8532 4624, Survives, Uncertain
Whittenknowles N, SX 5812 6753, Confusion, Not
Yar Tor SE, SX 68191 73883, Destroyed, Unlikely
Yeld Wood, SO26995724, Confusion, Not
Abhainn an Sgiot, NF 79037 11553, Survives, Uncertain
Aird Barvas, NB 35418 53161, Survives, Uncertain
Aird Mhidhinis, Barra, NF 70735 03685, Survives, Unlikely, Possibly a field wall
Aird Skeginess, NB 54658 62723, Survives, Not, Historic
Allt A’ Bhacain, NR 87800 68000, N/K, Not
Bankhead of Clatt, NJ 5290 2700, Destroyed, Uncertain
Barvas, NB 34722 51912, Survives, Uncertain
Barvas, NB 34916 51886, Survives, Uncertain
Barvas, NB 34918 51884, Survives, Uncertain
Barvas, NB 34952 51681, Survives, Uncertain
Borrowston, NB 18861 42432, Survives, Uncertain
Bostadh, NB 13849 40397, Survives, Uncertain
Bostadh, NB 13675 40069, Survives, Unlikely
Bostadh, NB 13700 40039, Survives, Unlikely
Braeside, HY 5610 3775, Destroyed, Unlikely
Breaclete, NB 16952 37086, Survives, Uncertain
Brevig, Isle of Barra, NL 68913 99019, Survives, Pair
Bru, NB 33477 50742, Survives, Not, Historic
Butt Of Lewis, NB 52528 66103, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Cairnis, NF 81184 60112, Survives, Uncertain
Calanais, NB 21661 32318, Modern, Not
Calanais, NB 20675 33098, Survives, Uncertain
Calgary, NM38495231, Survives, Unlikely
Camas Na Clibhe, NB 08664 36775, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Camsail Bay, NS 25860 82300, Survives, Uncertain
Carnish, NB 02688 32409, Survives, Not, Modern
Carnish, NB 02764 32414, Survives, Not, Modern
Carnish, NB 03292 32354, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Carnish, NB 03319 32406, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Carnish, NB 03324 32459, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Carnish, Uig, NB 03409 31959, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Carrot, NS 57100 48770, Survives, Unlikely
Castledykes, NS 93010 44290, Survives, Unlikely
Ceann Nan Clachan, NF 77150 74263, Survives, Not, Wall
Clach Ard, NG 421 491, Confusion, Uncertain, Not mentioned by RCHMS
Clachan A’ Ghille Bhuidhe, NH 42000 52000, Survives, Uncertain
Clachan A’ Luib, NF 80414 64229, Survives, Unlikely, Short arc of stones
Cochno Hill, NS 49675 75265, Survives, Unlikely
Craggish, NN763207, Destroyed, Uncertain
Craigmakerran, NO 14766 32864, Survives, Not, Almost certainly remnants of a stone circle
Crinan Moss, NR 80828 94098, Survives, Uncertain, Most of the site is covered in deep peat making an objective meaningful assessment impossible
Crois Mhic Jamain, NG 345 345, Confusion, Not, NGR from Burl. Not mentioned by Canmore. Probably refers to a pair of stones on North Uist at NF 8939 7820
Crois Mhic Jamain, NF 8939 7820, Survives, Unlikely
Crookmore, NJ 588 184, Destroyed, Uncertain, A road about 12ft broad, of similar flagstones, extended about 500yds to the SE of the circle, apparently intended as an approach through marshy ground
Cross, NB 49503 62885, Survives, Uncertain
Cuff Hill, NS 38477 54867, Survives, Not, Field boundary
Culzean Castle Policies, NS 22257 09539, Survives, Not, Modern
Dalbeg, NB 22775 45977, Survives, Uncertain
Dervaig D, NM442519, N/K, Unlikely
Druidsfield, NJ 57892 17716, Destroyed, Uncertain, From the circle, a road paved with neatly-fitted but irregular stones stretched for at least 600yds to the SE through a bog
Dumgoyach, NS 53280 80720, Survives, Unlikely, This row of stones is more likely to be the remnants of the façade of a chambered cairn.
Dunino Den, NO541109, Confusion, Not
Dwarfie Stane, HY 24331 00435, Uncertain. Three large edge set rocks next to and leading to the Dwarfie “could conceivably” be an alignment.
Eornal, NB 04174 32528, Survives, Uncertain
Eoropie, NB 51181 66125, Survives, Not, Historic
Eyre stone rows, NG 57510 34842, Survives, Not, Historic field boundary
Fair Isles – Eas Brecks, HZ 21732 72605, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Eas Brecks, HZ 21793 72345, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Eas Brecks, HZ 21817 72312, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Eas Brecks, HZ 22085 72343, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Homis Dale, HZ 21411 72431, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Homis Dale, HZ 21414 72390, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Homis Dale, HZ 21416 72291, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Homis Dale, HZ 21506 72294, Survives, Unlikely
Fair Isle – Homis Dale, HZ 21510 72320, Survives, Unlikely
Fionn Phort, NR 28000 57300, Survives, Unlikely
Foulis Point – Cromarty Firth, NH 60250 63900, Survives, Unlikely
Garenin, NB 18808 44217, Survives, Uncertain
Garleffin, NX08738172, Destroyed, Not, Probably a stone circle
Geodha Tolaig Mor, NB 23254 46669, Survives, Uncertain
Geodhachan Beaga, NB 34924 52306, Survives, Uncertain
Geshader, NB 11138 32452, Survives, Not, Historic
Great Bernera, NB 164 342, Survives, Not, This is a stone circle
Greenfield Park, NS935882, N/K, Unlikely
Gress, NB 49171 40872, N/K, Unlikely
Hallaig, NG591377, Survives, Unlikely, Stand either side of a track
Hare Shaw, NS 58350 647530 , Survives, Unlikely
Hillhead of Clatt, NJ 5295 2701, Destroyed, Uncertain, A very short length of a paved causeway leading in a north-easterly direction was found
Holehouse, NS 57521 53021, Survives, Unlikely
Holm, NB 44559 30607, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Holm, NB 44651 30771, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Inverarish, NG 5590 3668, Confusion, Not
Islivig, NA 98239 27801, Survives, Uncertain
Kaimes, NT 1307 6654, Confusion, Not, Probably natural outcrops
Kingside School, NT 64330 64210, Survives, Unlikely
Knockchrome, NR 53897 71332, Survives, Unlikely
Lagavulin N, NR 3954 4621, Survives, Uncertain, Just two stones
Laimishader, NB 17186 42963, Survives, Uncertain
Laimishader, NB 17555 43044, Survives, Uncertain
Laimishader, NB 18193 43581, Survives, Uncertain
Laimishader, NB 18242 43537, Survives, Uncertain
Langlee Farm, NS 51690 51860, Survives, Uncertain
Loch Bhrusda (Beàrnaraigh/Berneray), NF 91833 81982, Survives, Unlikely
Loch Bhuirgh, NF 90368 80662, Survives, Uncertain
Loch Buie, NM 61552 25255, Survives, Uncertain
Loch Risay, NB 17219 36777, Modern, Not
Loch Ruadh Guinnerso, NB 03555 36265, Survives, Not, Probably part of a fish trap
Loupin’ Stanes SE, NY 258 965, Confusion, Not
Macharioch, NR 73643 09267, Survives, Uncertain
Marquel, ND 32118 41345, Survives, Unlikely
Meikleour, NO 1599 3849, Confusion, Not, Glacial erratics
Middleton, NS 49560 54330, Survives, Not, Building
Moine Dhonnachaidh, NB 37572 53248, Survives, Uncertain, Could be geological
Moine Dhonnachaidh, NB 37573 53205, Survives, Uncertain, Could be geological
Mol Mor Vatisker, NB 48991 39308, Survives, Uncertain
Moyne Moor, NS 47250 52750, Survives, Not, Natural
Nether Balfour, NJ 5392 1720, Destroyed, Uncertain, The remains of about 20 yards of road paved with flat stones, evidently leading to the circle, from the NE
Nisabost, NG 0408 9727, Survives, Uncertain, Could be a row or stone and cairn
Over Enoch, NS 57440 49200, Survives, Unlikely
Pass Of Leny, NN 58768 09265, Survives, Not, Stones along the side of a track
Port Sto, NB 52419 65910, Survives, Not, Modern
Port Sto, NB 52385 65896, Survives, Uncertain
Reef, NB 10965 35674, Survives, Not, Post-medieval
Reef, NB 11824 35364, Survives, Uncertain
Rockcliffe – Muckle Lands, NX 84481 54188, Survives, Not, Modern
Rubha Bhoisnis, NF 88711 80564, Survives, Uncertain
S28 Skallary, NL 69447 99134, Survives, Not, Historic wall
S36 Borve – Harris, NG 02551 94820, Survives, Uncertain
S56 Scarista – Harris, NG 02093 93876, Survives, Uncertain
Sheilavig Mor, NB 51331 43240, Survives, Uncertain
Sheshader, NB 56052 33399, Survives, Uncertain
Shulishader, NB 52555 35098, Survives, Uncertain
Shulishader, NB 54000 36432, Survives, Uncertain
Siorrabhig stone alignment, NB 36840 54275, Confusion, Not, A wall
Siorrabhig stone alignment, NB 37055 54313, Confusion, Unlikely, Destroyed or buried
Skeroblin Cruach, NR 70600 27300, Survives, Not, Stones revetting a terrace
Sligeanach Kildonan, NF 7273 2860, Survives, Uncertain, Buried beneath sand. This is also the site described by Burl as Sligeanach on Skye.
St Madoes Stones (Pitfour Castle), NO 19715 20983, Unlikely, Excavations revealed no sockets or packing stones and modern artefacts were found below one of the stones.
St Tredwell’s Chapel, HY 497 509, Destroyed, Unlikely
Stepends, NS 58060 50680, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Stornoway Airport, NB 46557 33344, Survives, Uncertain
Taymouth, NN 801 477, Confusion, Not, Not recorded by Canmore
Teinish, NB 11591 35132, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Threepland, NS 60400 49290, Survives, Not, Modern
Tiddaborra, NB 18432 33779, Survives, Uncertain
Tob nan Leobag, NB 21912 32255, Survives, Uncertain
Tob Nan Leobag, NB 21924 32614, Survives, Uncertain
Tong, NB 44184 36032, Survives, Uncertain
Tong, NB 44484 35931, Survives, Uncertain
Torhousekie, South, NX 38272 56455, Survives, Unlikely. Probably field clearance stones.
Torhousekie, West, NX 38090 56518, Destroyed, Unlikely. This may have been the remains of a stone circle.
Traigh Geiraha, NB 53384 49937, Survives, Not, Stepping stones
Traigh Geiraha, NB 53458 49713, Survives, Uncertain
Traigh Na Berie, NB 10297 35749, Survives, Not, Historic
Traigh Na Berie, NB 10079 35701, Survives, Not, Historic agriculture
Traigh Sanda, NB 50982 64191, Survives, Uncertain
Tullybannocher, NN 75492 22475, Survives, Unlikely, This is more likely to be a stone circle
Valasay, NB 14657 36725, Survives, Not, Early dyke
West Cowden, NN 77445 20645, Survives, Uncertain
West Revoch Farm, NS 56420 49970, Survives, Unlikely
West Revoch Farm, NS 5552 4995 , Survives, Unlikely
Westwards, NG 45362 47975, Destroyed, Uncertain
Yell – Lumbister, HU 486 962, Survives, Unlikely, Look like field walls
Banc Rhosgoch Fach, SN 435 541, Survives, Unlikely, Could be a chambered cairn or more likely a stone setting. Exact arrangement of stones is not known.
Bedd Arthur, SN 1305 3252, Survives, Unlikely, Probably an oval stone setting
Benton Avenue, SM 99 07, Unknown, Uncertain
Carn Sian Linear feature, SN 12868 31525, Survives, Unlikely, Probably a field boundary
Carreg Bicca, SN 56372 28779, Destroyed, Uncertain, Possibly a chambered tomb
Carreg Stican, SN 9198 9384, Survives, Unlikely, Only one stone mentioned by Royal Commission. In forestry
Carreg WenFawr y Rugos II, SO 13300 17400, Duplication, Not, Same as Carreg Wen Fawy y Rugos I
Cefn Bryn, SS 4921 9053, Survives, Unlikely, Suggested to be degraded wall
Cefn Moel Stones, SO 1593 2421 , Survives, Unlikely, Probably a platform revement
Cerrig Lladron, SN 0660 3220, Survives, Uncertain, Could be a natural outcrop or stone pair
Cerrig Llwydion, SJ15355378, Destroyed, Uncertain, Described in 1699 as a walk of stones
Clogwyn-yr-Eryr, SH 7250 6687, Survives, Not, Fence posts
Craig Cwm-du, SN 9420 2103, Survives, Not, Natural or result of quarrying
Craig y Penmaen, SH 7215 2990, Survives, Uncertain, Probably a wall
Cremlyn, SH 56443 78104, Survives, Uncertain, Possibly boundary stones or rubbing stones
Cribyn E, SO 0264 2143, Unknown, Uncertain
Cwm Maen Gwynedd 1, SJ 08811 32142, Survives, Uncertain
Cwm Maen Gwynedd 2, SJ 08853 32238, Survives, Uncertain
Cwm Ystradllwyn, SH56497 45545, Survives, Uncertain
Esgair Pen-y-Garreg, SN 9158 6787, Destroyed, Not
Esgair Pen-y-Garreg Stones, SN 9233 6890, Survives, Not, Two small stones only. Stones in a bog. Perhaps to help cross it.
Fagwr Fran, SN 00361 31637, Survives, Unlikely, Nothing visible. Orginally a line of five boulders described as standing on the ground
Ffrith-y-Bont, SH 7294 6819, Survives, Not, Associated with historic wall
Ffrwd Stone, SO 09050 59910, Survives, Unlikely, Discounted by OS in 1980.
Gallt y Foel, SH 8060 5590, Confusion, Not, Supposed stone row, wrongly identified, not man-made
Garn Prys, SH 888 489, Destroyed, Not, OS record as modern line of stones
Glan Hafon, SJ 077 263, Survives, Unlikely, Could be natural
Gors Goch, SN 9418 9364, Survives, Not, Historic track markers
Gwaun Nant Ddu, SO 084 153, Unknown, Unlikely
Gwytherin Churchyard, SH 87674 61474, Survives, Unlikely
Hafod y Dre, SH 88533 53711, Survives, Probably periglacial patterned ground.
Hafod y Garreg, SH 87813 53452, Survives, Probably periglacial patterned ground.
Hwylfa’r Ceirw, SH 76538 84044, Survives, Probably an historic trackway.
Hook Stones, SM 79392 06198, Unknown, Unlikely, Probably result of clearance
Kerrig y Groes Onnen – Pentre’r Felin, SH 8083 6901, Destroyed, Uncertain, Mentioned by Edward Lhuyd in 1698: 3 to 4 upright stones
Ketch – The, SM 9523 2975, Destroyed, Uncertain
Lan Wen Stones, SN 9038 7096, Survives, Uncertain, Not found. NGR is probably very wrong
Llandona, SH 56741 79662, Survives, Unlikely, Only a single stone mentioned by Coflein and HER. Burl may have confused the site with the Cremlyn stone alignment
Llanerch, SO 1577 5871, Survives, Unlikely, Could be a field boundary but said to be associated with a mound
Llanfairynghomwy, SH 3366 9039, Destroyed, Unlikely, A triangle of stones rather than a line
Llangwm, SH 97617 45371, Destroyed, Uncertain, Not mentioned by Archwilio or Coflein but inventory describes it as “a line of six stones, with three other stones running at right angles”
Llanllugan, SJ 020 020, Destroyed, Not, Duplication of Llidiardau mawr
Llech Ciste, SN 5142 2832, Survives, Unlikely, Stones are not in a line. Interpretation as anything not certain
Llidiardau Mawr, SJ 025 025, Destroyed, Uncertain, Not known whether the stones were in a line
Llywel Stone Row, SN 8653 3006, Destroyed, Unlikely, Incorporated into field bank
Long House, SM 84709 33591, Survives, Unlikely, Probably erratics
Maes Coch Stones, SO 2403 3822, Survives, Unlikely, More likely to be a stone circle
Meini-Gwyn, SN 45981 26102, Survives, Uncertain. More likely to be a stone pair and solitary stone.
Moelfre, SH 72199 74636, Survives, Uncertain, Considerable confusion
Mwdwl-eithin, SH 9172 5403, Survives, Unlikely, Could be natural or wall. Context is beacon and shelter
Mynydd Rhiw Gregan, SS 8442 9614, Survives, Uncertain, Follows the contour and may be associated with scarp
Nant Ffridd Goch Stones, SH 96700 10640, Survives, Unlikely
Parc y Botty, SN 14789 34031, Survives, Not, Probably a water works feature
Pen-y-Lan Fawr, SO 16249 17902, Survives, Not, Post medieval
Plas Gogerddan, SN 626 835, Survives, Uncertain
Rhyd Hywel, SO 0253 8180, Destroyed, Uncertain
Ridgebourne, SO 0589 6014, Destroyed, Uncertain
St. David’s Head, SM 72929 28218, Survives, Unlikely, These stones form part of a prehistoric coaxial field system.
Saith Maen SE, SN 8610 1457, Survives, Uncertain
Skomer Island, SM 71622 09113, Survives, Not, This is clearly a field boundary.
Tai-Newydd, SN 5450 0325, Destroyed, Not, Stone row recorded by OS in 1907. Almost certainly associated with mining.
Tan-y-Graig, SJ 0113 7199, Survives, Uncertain, On edge of track, near historic farmstead.
Three stones, SM 875 163, Destroyed, Uncertain, Place name evidence only
Three stones, SM 899 190, Destroyed, Uncertain, Place name evidence only
Three stones, SO 50148 13731, Survives, Uncertain, Possibly boundary stones
Tir Bach, SN 126 285, Survives, Unlikely, Described as unfinished boundary wall
Tresinwen, SM 9037 4049, Survives, Uncertain
Trillech, SO 314 175, Destroyed, Uncertain, Place name evidence only
Trum y Gwr Stones, SN 8306 7205, Survives, Unlikely, Probably natural or historic
Ty-Mathiau, SN 3548 3452, Only one stone remains, Unlikely, Probably glacial erratics
Ty Newydd, SN 775 460, Survives, Uncertain, Pers. Comm. Stephen Coates
Upper Lodge, SM 86166 14280, Survives, Not, Very badly damaged stone circle
Wern, SO 029 630, Survives, Unlikely, Parallel with historic ditch
Yr Allor, SN 13953 26608, Survives, Unlikely, Excavated. Possibly a stone circle
LAST UPDATED: 4th December 2017