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CAIRN (Remains of) [Kip Hill] Cairn
John Ord McKenzie
Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Aiton
Mr John Smith
027.12 The remains of an ancient Cairn on the summit of Pit Hill, it is composed of small stones, which are completely overgrown with grass, its present height from the general surface is about 4 feet, although it is evident that in its original state it was much higher. it is circular, 52 [feet] in diameter at base, and 20 ft [feet] at top. Nothing is known in the locality in reference to this antiquity, but it is generally supposed to be a Druidical place of worship, but its appearance will barely confirm this supposition. There is no trace of the large circle of stones mentioned in the Statistical Account.
Kip Hill
Kip Hill
Kip Hill
Kip Hill
John Ord McKenzie Esqr. Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Aiton
Mr John Smith
Johnston's County Map dated 1816
Forrest's County Map
027.12 A ridge of elevated ground, planted with Fir, on the summit of which is a Cairn, Property of John Ord McKenzie Esqr.

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