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William Grigor Esq Elgin
Valuation Roll 1867-8
Rev: [Reverend] Mr Mackenzie Ardclach
008 This place consists of a farm dwelling cothouse and offices. One storey high respectively. Property of Mr Dougall. Glenferness

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sides of the stone, but in the lowest compartment on one of them are two figures, seemingly in the Highland dress, and in the attitude of embrace. There is no tace of any writing, and tradition describes it to be a memorial of the unhappy fate of a Celtic princess, who eloped with a Danish lover, and was pursued to the birch-covered hill, called the Doune of Dunearn, on the verge of the Findhorn, from which, to avoid their pursuers, they precipitated themselves into the river, and perished together.

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