This fragment of a Class I symbol stone was found built into a field dyke to the south-west of North Redhill some time before 1884. It was later taken to Rothiemay Castle and is now in the grounds of Whitestones House at NJ 5297 4705. It is sometimes referred to as Tillytarmont 4 as also at Whitestones House are other stones found on the Tillytarmont farm.
The stone is carved with a notched rectangle on the left, which was recut by the stone’s finder in the 19th century, and a further rectangle to the right which was left as it was found and is much fainter. It measures around 0.8m in height by 0.58m across and 0.26m thick.
Alternative names for North Redhill
Tillytarmont 4; Whitestones House
Where is North Redhill?
North Redhill is in the parish of Rothiemay and the county of Banffshire.
Grid reference: NJ 560 467
Lat / long: 57.5083418860985, -2.7359878665843