This Class I symbol stone may once have stood at the centre of a stone circle to the east of Tocherford, the last five stones of which were removed around 1820 to 1830. The carved stone was later used as a drain cover on the old Rayne to Auchterless road where it was found by the advocate James Hay Chalmers and was taken to the garden of Rothiebrisbane House. It was later moved to its current position built into a wall at St Peter’s Church in Fyvie at NJ 7684 3777.
The stone is carved with a horseshoe over a disc symbol containing three smaller circles.
Alternative names for Rothiebrisbane
Fyvie 4; Rothiebrisbane House; Tocherford