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Has no inscription
This stone lying on the pathway which surrounds the south facing wall of the Mearns Kirk is, and has been for a considerable period, utilised as a flagstone.
So well worn is the surface that no decipherable inscriptions can be seen. There are several random scrapes and lines apparent but those are more likely to be the result of wear and tear over the years.
Undoubtedly once the cover for a very old grave, it will never be identifiable as to whom it was dedicated.