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[-] inches, & is mixed with ashes & small
segments of bones. The height of the Cairn will
in the middle exceed 5 or 6 feet but it is
probable that many of the stones have been
carried off in former times for making roads
and other purposes. It is chiefly composed
of whinstone and they are mostly
large size.
No stones bearing the mark of a
hammer or chisel have been discovered. The
whole heap has been grown over with turf &
been planted trees several years
ago There is every reason to suppose that it
contains a great many more urns, as not
more than a fourth part of it has yet been examined.
(Extracted from Robertsons Description of Cunninghame)

This extract was sent to me by David Provan Esqr. D.P.
[Lochridge LtD]

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