This slab was not found while mapping the site but is presence has been recorded previously by Erskine Beveridge.
A tapered slab with a border of nail head design between 2 plain mouldings. This is then subdivided into three panels. The first being a space for a small inscription at the top ,the third a small space again showing a casket at the bottom of the stone. In the middle section, which is a long large panel, there is a woman standing in a triangular-headed niche holding a rosary. Below her are two inverted animals then a overall pattern of intertwining foliage finishing with a pair of shears.
This has not been found but the description has been taken from Erskine Beveridge’s book “ Coll and Tiree” 1903.