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Sheet 60 Plan 8 Parish of Corsenside

< List of Names
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Cross Law Cross Law Mr Hedley About 40 Chains A considerable eminence on the
Cross Law Mr Thompson S.W. of Little Law. Common with a gradual ascent to
Cross Law Mr Anderson the top, where there is a large plateau
it is quite bare, the soil consisting of peat.
Little Law Little Law Mr Anderson About 40 Chains A small but conspicuous eminence
Little Law Mr Hedly N.E. of Cross Law. to the east of Cross Law, consisting of
Little Law Mr Thompson Rough pasture & Heather it slopes gradually
towards the East & ends abruptly to
the west. at the base on the north
side there is a well
Corsenside Common Corsenside Common Hodgsons Hist. Northd Situated in the N.W. A large tract of enclosed land (divided) ӿ
Corsenside Common Dr Routledge extremity of the Parish lying on the west side of the Parish
Corsenside Common Mr Anderson and consisting principally of moorland.
ӿ by act of Parliament in the 32nd year of the
reign of George the 3rd.
B. Thomson
Sapper Royal Engineers

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