Obelisk of polished red granite. The plinth has polished panels, unpolished elsewhere. Base is unpolished and is on thin white marble which in turn is on a rock-faced stone plinth.
Cadw Report: John Parry was turned out of Plas Llanarmon farm because of his campaign to have tithes paid by estate owners, not tenants.
Incised letters on polished granite panel on front of pedestal, letters painted gold: "EGLWYS RYDD A GWLAD RYDD" / Y / GOLOFN HON / A / GODWYD / GAN / WLADWYR CYMRU / ER COF AM / JOHN PARRY / LLANARMON / ARWR / RHYDDID GWLADOL A CHREFYDDOL / GANWYD GORPHENAF 24 , 1835 / BU FARW MEHEFIN 3 , 1897.
|Bower & Florence, Aberdeen, None||Stonemason|
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Whole work||Polished red granite||480cm high approx|
PMSA recording information
|Road||Minor road running north from village main street towards Rhiw Ial|
|Precise location||In railed front court of Capel Bethel, Rhiw Ial|
|Date of design||None|
|Year of unveiling||c.1898|
|Duty of care||Denbighshire County Council|
|At risk?||Not at risk|