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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KIST CAIRN Kist Cairn
Kist Cairn
Kist Cairn
William Stables Esqr.
Rev. [Reverend] J. White
Mr. J. Munro
005 This name applies to a heap of stones on the Ph. [Parish] Boundary between Auldearn & Dyke & Moy. Nothing is known of its history, but it is believed to contain coffins with human remains several of which have been found in the neighbourhood
STONE COFFINS CONTAINING HUMAN REMAINS FOUND HERE A.D. 1851 [Kist Cairn] Stone Coffins containing human remains found here A.D. 1851 William Stables Esqr.
Rev. [Reverend] J. White
Mr. J. Munro
005 See description in page 55

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Co [County] of Nairn -- Ph.[Parish] of Auldearn

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Stone Coffins containing human remains found here A.D. 1851 Note written beneath this entry- where? 15/7/1965

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