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Three Stones
Three Stones
Three Stones
Three Stones
New Statistical Account
Revd. [Reverend] G. Lang
J. Jackson Esqr. Pr [Proprietor]
J. Crawford. West Quarter
J. Struthers Esqr. Avonholm
024.05 "Three high stones stand upright on a small eminence upon the lands of Avonholm, respecting their origin there are various opinions. They are probably the remnants of Druidical superstition". New Statistical Account. These stones are known simply as the "Three Stones". There is a tradition in the neighbourhood that three Lords were buried here, after being killed while looking on at a Battle. The stones are about 3 1/2 feet high & about as thick as flag stones. They stand upright being firmly fixed in the ground.

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Co. [County] Lanark -- Glasford Parish

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