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TWO BRONZE SPEARHEADS FOUND HERE A.D. 1839 [Castletown] 2 Bronze Spear-heads found here AD.1839 Mr Sinclair Houston, MurKle
Mr John Mowett, Castletown,
Mr Cairncross, Thurso.
006 Mr William Manson of Castletown found two bronze spear-heads here in the year 1839, while digging for hidden treasure, which tradition affirms was hid or buried in line with the two "Heads" viz:- "Hoy Head" in OrKney and "Dunnet Head" on the Caithness coast. The treasure's however, have never been found, though the above mentioned spear-heads, & bones which were supposed to be human were discovered in abundance. Tradition affirms that a cow-hide full of gold was buried many years ago in line wih the above named "Heads".
RIFLE RANGE [Castletown] 5th Caithness Volunteers Artillery Rifle Range Capt. [Captain] McDonald. 5th C.V.A.[Caithness Volunteer Artillery]
Corpl [Corporal] Withers R.A. [Royal Artillery] Instructor 5th C.V.A. [Caithness Volunteer Artillery]
Mr John Mowatt, Castletown,
006 A small Rifle Range belonging to the 5th Caithness Artillery Volunteers. This Range was presented to the Castletown Volunteers by the late Mr Traill of Castlehill.

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