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The house of Carriden close by the church stands upon a hight and has inclosures abo [about] it; it was a Roman Station, for Alexander Miln not long since, the owner of it shewed me a Vespasian of gold found there and when he added a jamb to the house he found a stone with the head of an eagle graven upon it which he placed in some part of the wall. There he found also some Roman pottery, it stands upon the tract of the Roman Wall. It is now a seat of the Earl of Dalhousie. -- Sibbalds Hist. [History] page 19

The mansion house of Carriden, Bonhard, and Grange are fabrics of some antiquity; the first of them with some modern additions being still occupied as the residence of the proprietor. -- New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Linlithgowshire page 68

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Carriden House -- See information on pages 38, 39 and 40.

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