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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KING'S GRAVE King's Grave
King's Grave
King's Grave
Mr J. Shepherd Aldie
Mr J. Shepherd W. [West] Gask
Mr. J. Ogston North Aldie
031 About a quarter of a mile nearer Aldie, in the midst of a lately - reclaimed field, and on the opposite side of the hollow from the large stone already mentioned, and the remains of a sepulchral mound, known as the King's Grave. It is 3 feet 10 inches in length, 22 inches in width, and 25 inches deep. It lies east and west. Pratts Buchan p. [page] 76.
Site of SILVER CAIRN Site of Silver Cairn
Site of Silver Cairn
Site of Silver Cairn
Mr J. Shepherd Aldie.
Mr. J. Shepherd W. [West] Gask
Mr. J. Ogston North Aldie
031 Farther up the acclivity of the hill, in the corner of a field now enclosed, was a mound called the Silver Cairn, which, on being removed, was found to contain an urn with calcined bones. Pratts Buchan p. [page] 76
URN FOUND HERE A.D. 1818 [Silver Cairn] Urn found here A.D. 1818
Urn found here A.D. 1818
Urn found here A.D. 1818
Mr J. Shepherd Aldie.
Mr. J. Shepherd W. [West] Gask
Mr. J. Ogston North Aldie
031 Farther up the acclivity of the hill, in the corner of a field now enclosed, was a mound called the Silver Cairn, which, on being removed, was found to contain an urn with calcined bones. Pratts Buchan p. [page] 76

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