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Sheet 61 Plan 5 Parish of Corsenside

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Smoutel Ford Mr Anderson About 6 chains S E A shallow part of the River Rede where a cart
Mr Thomson of British Camp Road crosses the origin of name unknown
Smoutel Ford Mr Charlton "Smout Salmon Fry"
Smoutel Ford
Camp Smoutel Ford Mr Anderson About 6 chains N.W. The remains of an ancient British entrenchment
(Remains of) Mr Thomson of Smoutel Ford the site of which is clearly defined by two earthen
British Camp Mr Charlton Mounds elevated a little above the surface and is
British Camp situated on a small commanding eminence on the
British Camp West Bank of the River Rede
(Remains of)
See Name Book of 61.13
River Rede See Name Book of 60 8
Edw. Gillespie
Sapper Royal Engineers

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