List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAIRN (ANCIENT) Cairn (Ancient) William Goode n & s Bridgemark
Mr Mitchell n & s Arranderroch Dalry
010 A considerable quantity of Stones thrown together in a Circular form about 34 feet in diameter and 3 in height Situated on the farm of BridgemarK a good part of the Stones has been taking away to build fences. Mr Goode States that it is Supposed to have been the Sepulchre of a person or persons who fell in Battle here - as Similar ones have been opened & human have been found in them.
Camp (Ancient) Camp (Ancient) William Goode n & s Bridgemark
Mr. Mitchell n & s Arranderroch Dalry
010 On the South side of this Cairn is a Circle about 60 feet in diameter the parapets of which is about 2 feet high and Composed of earth. Mr. Goode Says that he has always heard it Called a Camp but of what description he never heard. I Cannot glean an more information respecting this object the inhabitants not being old residenters.

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[Page] 43 -- List of Names collected by John Bray C. A [Civilian Assistant] 1st. Examiner
Plan 10B Trace 1-- [Parish] Dalry
Cairn (Ancient) - A heap of stones
Camp (Ancient) - A Circle
[Signed] John Bray C. A [Civilian Assistant] March 26th 1850

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