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Parish of Ellingham Sheet 27-1

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Doxford Hall Doxford Hall Whellans Directory On Sheet A very neat mansion pleasantly
Doxford Hall Mr. James Marshall 27.1 Situated on An eminence – &
Doxford Hall Mr. B. Gibbison having garden, Small lawns
Doxford Hall Mr. Joseph Elliott And Suitable offices attached.
Doxford Hall Whites Directory It is the property of Sir Geo.
Grey, Bart
Dunstan Hill Dunstan Hill Same Authorities On Sheet A Small hill feature, in A
27.1 pasture field; a Short distance
Southwest of Doxford Hall
on the Summit are the
remains of An old "Camp"
apparently British. It is very
Camp Camp Same Authorities On Sheet Steep on the South Side, And
(Remains of) (Remains of) 27.1 on the north, it was defended
by a Single fosse And Vallum.
And from the northeast Corner
there are parallel Slopes, one
of which extends in a northeast
direction for about 16 chains –
(Origin of name unknown)
John McCabe

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