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Parish of Doddington & Chatton
Sheet 15.6 Traces 1-4

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Hare Craggs Hare Craggs Mr R. Hanson On Sheet A low eminence E. by N. of Wrangham
Mr J. Davidson Snr 15.6 in a rough pasture field, with a few
Mr J. Davidson Jnr rocks appearing above ground-
Coal Law Mr R. Hanson A small farm Steading in the township
Mr W. Redpath of Hetton, & Parish of Chillingham Chatton
Mr J. Cuthbertson occupied by Mr W. Redpath.
Belongs to Chatton Parish-
Camp Camp (Remains Site of) Revd Mr Proctor On Sheet Indications of a Camp are Still
(Site of) Mr Hanson 15.6 visible here, but the ground is
now ploughed and leveled to such
a degree that the traces of it are
but faint, it was however a
well defined Camp previous
to being ploughed up-There is no local
tradition about it-
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by CTW and PW

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