|Name:||Rialton Barton [Also: St Columb Minor]||CISP No:||RIALT|
|Place:||Rialton||Grid Ref:||SW 8499 6292 (GB)|
|Parish:||St Columb Minor||Stones:||1|
|County:||Cornwall (Kernow) , England||Saint(s):||Columba|
|Site Type:||modern secondary|
Okasha/1993, 220, argues that the stone was first found supporting a shed at Rialton. No information survives concerning its primary location.
Thomas/1994, 268: `A mile or so inland up a small valley (`the Porth stream') that meets the north coast at Trevelgue Porth east of Newquay is the ancient tenement of Rialton, site of an important medieval manor. A large slab of distinctive close-grained granite must have been brought from the Hensbarrow massif six to ten miles away'.