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First found around 1842 the stone was dug up near some cairns on the farm of Hillhead of Clatt, and re-used as a sill stone at Percylieu mill. It remained at Percylieu until the 1890s, when it was taken to Cransmill Farm. The stone now lives as one of a pair at the entrance to Leith Hall Garden in Aberdeenshire.
The Stone was trimmed when it was used in the mill but still has the remains of the carving of a Salmon and an arch.