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Parish of Doddington Detached
Sheet 19.16 Trace 1

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Hart Heugh Hart Heugh Mr Geo. Hughes On Sheet A large rocky hill in the township
Mr Chas Rea 19.16 of Earle, and North of Carey burn
Mr Mark Tully It has a double summit and is very
wild & rugged in appearance, the name is
derived from its having been a resort of the
Red deer in olden times.
Carey Burn Carey Burn Mr Geo. Hughes On Sheet A wild mountain stream forming the
Mr Mark Tully 19.15 R. boundary between Ilderton & Doddington
Estate Map 19.16 Detached, extending from the junction of Hartup
Burn with Coldgate Water, to the junction of
Common Burn, and Broadstruther Burn.
Earle Hill Earle Hill Mr Mark Tully On Sheet A rather large rounded hill on the
Mr Geo. Hughes 19.16 boundary between Doddington Detached & Ilderton
Mr Thos Harbottle the summit has a large Arable field on
it, it is mostly in Earle township, from
which it takes its name.
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by CTW and PW

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