Sgraffito Maltese crosses or crosses 'pattee'
The church, tower and dovecot are all that remains at Garway though Webb commented in the 1840s that the foundations of the Hospitallers' buildings had recently been removed during the construction of Church Farm. Referring back to the 1512 deed, these may have comprised remains of the hall, parlour, priest's house, stable and cowhouse.
Fleming-Yates, J (undated) The Church of St, Michael, Garway, a short account (copies available in the church)
Jack, G H 1928 'Garway church' Antiquaries Journal VIII, 238-240
Jenkins, Simon 2000 England's Best Thousand Churches, Penguin, 268-269
Larking, L B and Kemble, J M 1857The Knights Hospitallers in England Camden Society, 196-198
Royal Commission on Historical Monuments 1931 An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire Volume 1, South-west, 69-72
Webb, J 1846 'Miscellaneous tracts relating to antquity; Garway' Archaeologia 31, 182-197