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east end was found an urn lying upon its side, containing a very small, appearance of matter resembling, calcined bone which received no attention and was allowed to be scattered away by some children who were standing contiguous during the excavation. The urn itself appeared to be of a very original manufacture, composed of clay baked or hardened in the sun. It is now in the possession of Mr Erskine at Linlathen. The coffin was replaced in its position, covered in again with the earth, and nothing serves to mark the spot at present save a few fir trees planted in a circular form, Mr
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Sheet 50 No. 16 Trace 5 -- Parish of Monifieth -- Described by John Kiernan R Eng [Royal Engineers]

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