List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STONE CUP FOUND HERE A.D. 1854 [Cloysterseat] Stone Cup found here
ad. 1854
Mr Temple, Cloysterseat
Mr Young Tillyfar
047 When working amongst the land the Tenant of Cloysterseat, found a roughly hewn cup shaped something similar to a tea cup, its diameter was 2½ inches & depth nearly 3 inches.
STONE CELTS FOUND HERE A.D. 1858 [Cloysterseat] Stone Celts found here
Mr Temple, Cloysterseat
Mr Young Tillyfar
047 Two of these ancient War Weapons were found about the year 1858 by the same Gentleman, measuring about 7 inches long by about 2½ inches wide.
QUHORLES FOUND HERE [Cloysterseat] Whorls found here
Whorls found here
Mr Temple, Cloysterseat
Mr Young Tillyfar
The Antiquary by Sir. W. Scott.
Wilson's Tales of the Borders
Mr Shaw, Belmont Street, Aberdeen.
047 Two stone whorls, or buttons, formerly used in spinning, were found here sometime ago; one was rudely ornamented. They measured about 1¼ inches in diameter, & each have a circular hole in the centre.

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