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Parish of Doddington
Sheet 15.9 Trace 1.2.

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Bluntie Well Bluntie Well Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet A fine Spring a Short distance north
Mr Cock 15.9 of Doddington Village, it issues from
C. Rea Esqr a drain, the well having been covered
up, it is thence led into a Mill pond
at Doddington, the spring is constant
and discharges about 24 Gallons per
minute –
Doddington Tile Works Doddington Tile Works Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet A small tile Manufactory, chiefly for
Mr Cock 15.9 drain tiles, on Doddington North Farm
C. Rea Esqr in the occupancy of C. Rea Esqr
Sculptured Rock Sculptured Rock Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet A large rock N. of Doddington Village
Mr Cairns 15.9 bearing curious circular incisions and
C. Rea Esqr round holes. It, with others in the neighbor
hood have attracted much attention
from Antiquarians, and are Supposed
to be of Druidical origin, no local
tradition respecting them existing
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by CTW and PW

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