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Martin's Stone (Continued) [continued from page 25]
"In the north end of the parish" (of Strathmartine) "is a large stone called Martin's Stone, of [which] Gordon takes [notice] in his iterinary as belonging to the parish of Tealing. Tradition Says that at the place where the stone is erected a dragon which had devoured nine maidens (who had gone out on a Sunday evening one after another, to fetch Spring water to their father), was killed by a person called Martin and that hence it was named Martin's Stone." Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] vol. [volume] 13 p. [page] 99

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