This feature is located beside Illerton holy well GA114-066004 in Cregganore townland near Kilchreest. It consists of the base or socket for a cross shaft of medieval date. It is one component of what was originally a composite limestone cross. There was likely another two stones forming a stepped Calvary style base, a shaft and a cross head, and possibly a collar, though this latter component is less certain given the small size of this piece. It may date to the 17th century when quite a number of crosses were erected at sites throughout the county. While plain and simple in appearance, this is a significant artefact and is found at a site associated with the practice of popular pilgrimage. A children’s burial ground a number of penitential cairns, a holy well, a chapel and other structure are also noted on the RMP making this an important ritual complex.