This name stone was made about the same time as the Lindisfarne Gospels. It bears the names of a man, or possibly two men. The names, Beanna and Pausil, are written in Anglo-Saxon capital letters on the lower half of the stone. Anglo-Saxon runes spell part of another personal name, possibly Coena, on the upper half of the stone. The use of a cross indicates Christian faith. The stone was originally painted.