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Parish of Doddington and Kirknewton
Sheet 19.4 Trace 1 to 6

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Akeldsteads Mr Richd Hawart A farmsteading pleasantly
Mr Robt Brown Situated on the N. bank of the
Estate map river glen and south of Ewart
Park, it is in the Township of
Belongs to Kirknewton Parish Akeld & Parish of Kirknewton
Humbleton Burn Humbleton Burn Mr Robt Brown On Sheets A small Mountain Stream rising
Revd W. Proctor 19.4R in the hills south of humbleton
Directory 19.8 village and falling into the river
Glen on the lands of Ewart Park.
Its whole course does not exceed 7
Battle Stone Battle Stone Revd W. Proctor On Sheet A large stone in a field immediately
Directory 19.4 N.W. of Humbleton said to mark
Mr Robt Brown the place where the famous Battle
of Homildon Hill was fought in
the year 1402-
Red Riggs Red Riggs Revd W. Proctor On Sheet The field in which the above stone
Directory 19.4 is placed. The name is said to be
Mr Robt Brown derived from the quantity of blood
which coloured the ground on that
Memorable day.-No one on the
ground can given any information about the Skeleton
& Urn said to have been found in 1811-

Note: Unsigned

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Transcribed by PW and PW

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