RUFUS STONE

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RUFUS STONE

Iron-clad (originally stone) memorial commemorating the alleged spot where King William II ("Rufus") was killed by an arrow, allegedly by accident, in 1100.

You must be on the A31 eastbound - it is a small turning between Stoney Cross and Cadnum. There is some parking. Post code is approximate.

Region/Nation
Location/Address
Eastbound A31
County
Hampshire
Post Code
SO43 7HD
Main Historic Period
Medieval
Link to featured article
Tip/Nearby
It's in the New Forest National Park
Primary Management
National Park

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