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Parishes of Doddington & Chatton
Sheet 15.6 Trace 5
Sheet 15.14 Trace 1

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Hetton Law Mr W.B. Boyd Farmer A farm Steading with farm
Mr R. Hanson &c about 5 miles N.E. of Wooler
Directory in the Parish of Chatton and
Belongs to Chatton Parish Township of Hetton occupied
by Mr W.B. Boyd
Redsteads Redsteads Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet Ten cot houses about 1/4 mile
Mr R. Hanson 15.6 W. of Hetton Law, formerly occupied
Mr Cuthbertson Miners, but now by farm
Servants & Cottagers
Camp Camp (Ancient) Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet The remains of a camp about
Mr J. Cock 15.10 1/2 a mile E. of Doddington. No
local information respecting it
to be had –
Standing Stones Standing Stones Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet A little S of the above camp stand two
Mr J. Cock 15.14 large stones on end about 4 1/2 feet out
of the ground. there are other 3 stones
large stones on end about 4 1/2 feet out
laying down near them and seem
about the same size & age. Mr
Proctor is of opinion that they
are of Druidical origin-
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by CTW and PW

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