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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
QUERN FOUND HERE A.D. 1852 [Cloysterseat] Quern found here
a.d. 1852
Mr Temple Cloysterseat
Mr Young Tillyfar
047 When the Tenant of Cloysterseat was draining a field on his farm he dug up a Querne or hand Mill, measuring about 25 inches in diameter.
STONE SPEARHEADS FOUND HERE A.D. 1852 [Cloysterseat] Stone spear heads
found here
Mr Temple Cloysterseat
Mr Young Tillyfar
047 When the above tenant was cultivating his ground he discovered in a hole 8 stone spear heads, about 14 years ago; averaging about 3¼ inches long.
GROOVED STONE BALL FOUND HERE A.D. 1858 [Cloysterseat] Stone Ball (grooved)
found here.
Mr Temple Cloysterseat
Mr Young Tillyfar
047 When said Tenant was improving a barren piece of ground he discovered a stone ball grooved, about 8 years ago, the ball was divided into circular discs or bosses.

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Stone Spearheads found here A.D.1852 - a small drawing has been made of a spearhead, beneath the name.

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