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Dornock The churchyard in the village of Dornock has two early mediaeval coped grave covers propped up by four Romanesque capitals from a 12th Century belfry.
The modern burial ground for Dornock is at nearby Eastriggs, a town created in the First World War to provide for workers at the Gretna Munitions factory.
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