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FLINT ARROWHEADS FOUND HERE A.D. 1848 [Pitchbrae] Flint arrowheads found here A.D. 1848
Flint arrowheads found here A.D. 1848
Flint arrowheads found here A.D. 1848
Mr. Andrew Connon, Pitchbrae.
Mr. James Connon, Kirkwall.
Mr. G. Simpson, Mill of Elrick.
030 Mr. Connon says, that while taking this field in from heather, he came upon a hole full of flint arrow heads, the most of them about half finished, there was about 30, complete.
STONE BALL FOUND HERE A.D. 1865 [Pitchbrae] Stone Ball found here, A.D. 1865
Stone Ball found here, A.D. 1865
Stone Ball found here, A.D. 1865
Mr. Andrew Connon, Pitchbrae.
Mr. James Connon, Kirkwall.
Mr. G. Simpson, Mill of Elrick.
030 Mr. Connon found a stone shot here in the year 1865, it is about the same size as the other one he found, but has no grooves, it is at present in the Peterhead Museum.
BUTTER FORD Butter Ford
Butter Ford
Butter Ford
Mr. J. Anderson, Burngrains.
Mr. Andrew Connon, Pitchbrae.
Mr. Walker, Auchnavaird.
030 This name applies to a small ford accross the boundary burn, situated a little south east of the farm of Pitchbrae. The origin of this name is not known.

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