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Sheet 69 Plan 6 Parish of Corsenside

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Aid Crag Wanney Well Mr Thomson About 6 chains N A very remarkable and steep ledge of large rocks
Mr Nesbitt of Aid Moss abruptly sloping towards the North and terminating
Aid Crag Mr Charlton in loose rocks and scattered stones the origin of the
Aid Crag name cannot be ascertained
Aid Crag
Aid Moss Mr Thomson About 6 chains S. An extensive portion of flat marshy ground
Mr Nesbitt of Aid Crag deriving its name from its situation near to
Aid Moss Mr Charlton Aid Crag
Aid Moss
Aid Moss Mr Thomson About 6 chains N A small eminence situated near the north base
Mr Nesbitt of Aid Crag of Aid Crag from which it derives its name
Aid Foal Mr Charlton
Aid Foal
Great Wanney Crag Aid Foal Cancelled [*] Mr Thomson About 52 chains S E A very remarkable and conspicuous ledge of rocks abruptly
Mr Nesbitt of Aid Crag sloping towards the North and terminating in loose rocks
Great Wanney Crag Hodgsons History and scattered stones a Roman Camp is situated
Great Wanney Crag on the N.E corner
Great Wanney Crag
CAMP
(Remains of)
Edw. Gillespie
Sapper Royal Engineers

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