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WIDDIE HILLOCK Site of Camp Human remains and Bronze weapons and Ornaments found here in A.D. 1829 Widdie Hillock James Murray Mill of Laithers
John Grant Overseer Mill of Laithers
George Mitchell Ardmiddle
018 A Slight eminence about 30 chains South East of Ardmiddle Cottages. From the name Widdie (which signifies, Gallows) it is supposed to have been an ancient place of execution. On the highest part of Widdie-hillock is the site of an old circular Camp. James Murray with his Father and Brother while taking away the stone wall which encircled it found buried within the circle. Human remains, Emplements of War finger rings etc. in the year 1824. Some of the war arms were sent to the Banff Museum; the remainder he still retains. The war Arms and finger rings were made of Bronze.

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