List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KAIM HILL Keame Hill
Keame Hill
Keame Hill
Kaim Hill
Mr George Clark. Girnel (Ground officer)
Mr James Fetch, Feu
Mr James Rennie
Mr Alexander Watson. South Alehousehill
039 A conspicious Eminence. Known by this name. Said to be derived from its resemblance to a Comb.
STONE CIST FOUND HERE A.D. 1828 [Kaim Hill] Cist found here a.d. 1828
Cist found here a.d. 1828
Cist found here a.d. 1828
Mr George Clark
Mr James Fetch,
Mr James Rennie, Feu.
039 About the year 1828 a gravel or Sand pit was here, and in filling it up or levelling in the sides, a Cist or Stone Coffin was discovered about two feet from the surface, and lying East & west. measuring about four feet long - 20 inches broad by 15 inches deep. with rough flags. or undressed stones at Sides. Ends. and one Covering the top, but none in the bottom, There was no Urns found, but in the south end of the Cist was found a human skull and some bones, ashes &c none of these articles were preserved only one of the flags may be seen in the farm house of Feu. Mr James Rennie. was present when it was discovered or seen it very soon afterwards,

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Parish of Slains -- Aberdeenshire

[Note beside 'Kaim Hill'] - Kaim. A low ridge. Lanarks, This term, in Ayrs, is used to denote the crest of a hill, or those pinnacles which resemble a Cock's Comb, whence the name is supposed to have been given. A Camp or Fortress. Kaim as occurring in the designation of a place, has been explained "Crooked hill" the summit of a mound, (Jamieson)

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