List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Carnderry Cairn
Carnderry Cairn
White Cairn
Cairnderry Cairn
Cairnderry Cairn
Cairnderry Cairn
Alexander McMillan
Robert McMillan
James Mackie
Ainslies Map 1820
Anthony McMillan
Owen McIvers
John Hyslop
020 [Situation] About 5/8 Mile N.W. [North West] of Cairnderry.
A large ancient cairn or tumulus on the farm of Carnderry and situated near to the East side of the road leading from [Newtonstewart] to Barhill. A great part [of] this cairn about 4 years ago was removed to form a New […] that was made by Rigby [Wason] Esqr. On its being opened […]
4 place of sepulture was discovered (three of which remained [...]
of extraordinary dimensions, the principal one is formed by [...]
large blocks of stone & within which were found human [bones]
of gigantic size. These relics are now in the possession
of Rigby Wason Esqr. Of Corwar House, Ayrshire.

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