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Mr. William Black
029 Applied to a good substantial farmsteading and a large group of scattered crofts with offices and gardens attached the property of the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen.
URNS FOUND HERE AD. 1867 [Cairnorrie] Urns found here A.D. 1867
Urns found here A.D. 1867
Urns found here A.D. 1867
Mr. William Black Cairnorrie
Mr. James Kynoch Cairnorrie
Mr. James Coutts Cairnorrie
029 While Mr. Kynoch farmer of Cairnorrie was at work building a new dyke near the farm he discovered two urns about a foot below the surface which measured about eight inches long and about six inches in diametor slightly ornamented round the rim containing burnt bones the urns are still in possession of the farmer

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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Methlick

[There is a sketch of one of the Urns found at Cairnorrie 1867]

[Note relating to 'Buckie Burn'] - See Page 35

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