Two Class I symbol stones, possibly two fragments of the same stone, were found in 1816 within a stone circle somewhere to the south-west of Creich manse.
The exact position of the stone circle is no longer known, however one of the sculptured stones was moved to the centre of a second stone circle which was found in 1817 and had been moved to the grounds of the manse. The other carved stone was sent to the National Museum of Scotland and given the catalogue number IB 165.
Burned human bone and charcoal were discovered under one of the sculptured stones.
Alternative names for Creich