This Class I symbol stone was first recorded in the 1870s in the outside of the garden wall of St Ninian’s manse in Turriff but may have originally come from St Congan’s kirkyard to the south-west of the manse. It was moved at least twice more, once in the 20th century to the inside of the garden wall to the north of the manse and once in the early 21st century to a low retaining wall on the edge of the driveway to the east of St Ninian’s Church at NJ 7235 5009.
The stone has been trimmed and so shows only part of a crescent and V-rod.
Where is Turriff Manse?
Weather at Turriff Manse
max 17°C / min 15°C
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