List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HUMAN REMAINS FOUND HERE A.D. 1837 [Harlaw] Human bones found here
Human bones found here
Human bones found here
Mr Fegusson, Easter Harlaw
Mr Maitland, Balhaggardy
Mr McWilliam Harlaw House
045 At this spot, about a quarter of a mile north of the field of battle, the tenant of Harlaw, when trenching a portion of barren ground, dug up the bones of about 12 human bodies, in the year 1837. The tenant is still living.
Site of LIGGAR'S STANE (Site of) Liggar's Stane
(Site of) Liggar's Stane
(Site of) Liggar's Stane
Mr Fergusson
Mr R. Maitland
Mr McWilliam
045 " About a hundred yards to the west of the farm of Harlaw, is to be seen a large whinstone about 7 feet in height and 2 in breadth which is called the "Liggar's Stane," and is said to have been put up in its present situation, to mark the spot where the females who followed the soldiers, and who were slain in the battle, were buried."
This stone has been removed from its original situation, and now forms a pillar for a gate close to Harlaw House.

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Liggar - Lady. A Camp follower. Jamieson.

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