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Parish of Alnham, Sheets 29C/10

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Ewartlyshank Ewartlyshank Revd G. S Thomson, Vicar On Sheet This name applied to a
Alnham 29. D two storieyd house, having
Ewartlyshank Mr H. G. Crisp, Farmer out-buildings, garden,
Prendwick and a farm of Moorland
Ewartlyshank John Amos, Shepd, & occupier attached, – the property of
the Duke of Northumberland.
Cushat Law Cushat Law Revd G. S. Thomson, Alnham On Sheet A hill of Conie a conical form, and
Cushat Law Ralph Carr Esqr Hedgeley 29.C of Considerable altitude, on
Cushat Law Tithe Map of Alnham the summit of which is a Trigl
Mr H. G. Crisp Prendwick Station, placed on the Remains
of a large Cairn of Stones, – which
is supposed to have been
erected in former times, to serve
as "beacon " – The Cairn is now
almost level with the surface.
John Callanan 2nd Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by JW and LF

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