Prehistory – Dark Ages
Evidence has been found on Teasses of habitation from Neolithic times; examples of stone scrapers were found in early 2000s. Existing on the estate today is an example of a cut mark stone, which was used by prehistoric people to distinguish a source of clean drinking water and good game..
The name Teasses derives directly from old Gaelic meaning ‘place of damp’. Teasses is well known to local people as having natural peat water springs.