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Field Visit

Date 2 September 1966

Event ID 919970

Category Recording

Type Field Visit


No trace remains of the church or well and there is no local knowledge of the dedication. The granite boulder with incised cup, as described by Mitchell, is a baptismal font. It lies at the entrance to the graveyard at NJ 0274 2604.

The much-weathered Pictish symbol stone, as described and planned by Allan and Anderson (1903), and Mitchell, is built into the NW wall of the graveyard at NJ 0265 2603.

The incised cross-slab at NJ 0267 2601, generally as described, measures 1.3m high, 0.6m wide and 0.2m thick.

Graveyard still in use.

Symbol stone and incised cross-slab surveyed at 1/2500.

Visited by OS (N K B), 2 September 1966.

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