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Date of Death
Place Name

Stone Condition: Sound Material: Sandstone Length: 2.1 Breadth: 0.99 Depth: 0.88 Inscription Condition: Clear but worn Inscription Technique: Incised Mason: Not known Pre 1855 no. 28 ( What's this? )

Monument Inscription


Family History

This monument, being in the category best described as a flat stone, assists in identifying the likely date of internment of the lair occupant. An unadorned plain slab stone from local quarries with basic lettering thereon could suggest the date of the stone to be 18th century or earlier.

The inscription signifying nothing other than the name of the deceased John Maclean is another factor in placing this stone from an earlier period within the graveyard.

Unfortunately the lack of any other information on the stone prevents finding out more about of the deceased’s history.