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Sheets 20.11 and 12 Parish of Chillingham

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Post Office Post Office Rev Wm Robt Dodd, Vicar See Sheet A one storey house used as a Post
Chillingham 20.11 Office, where letters are received, and
Post Office Thomas Foster, Postmaster despatched, once a day, to and from
Post Office Richard Hardy, steward Chatton, Proprietor, the Earl of Tankerville.
Charley’s Hill Charley’s Hill Richard William Hardy, Steward. See Sheet A slight eminence, situated in
Charley’s Hill George Brown – gardener 20.12 Chillingham Park, the summit of
Chillingham which is partly studded with wood
Charley’s Hill W.G. Thomson, schoolmaster
Achnacarry Achnacarry William Hardy, Steward.
Plantation Plantation See Sheet A plantation chiefly firs, situated
Achnacarry George Brown – gardener 20.12 in the North east extremity of Chillingham
Plantation Chillingham park, the property of the Earl of Tankerville.
W.G. Thomson, schoolmaster The trees comprising this plantation were
Chillingham got at a place called "Achnacarry" in the
Highlands, and hence the name.
John Callanan
2nd Corporal Royal Engineers

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