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Parish of Ellingham Sheet 26-3

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Souterpot Dean Souterpot Dean Estate Map, 1757 On Sheet A Slack, or Hollow, in the moor
Souterpot Dean Mr. Thos Main 26.3 through which, the boundary
Souterpot Dean Mr. John Bolam between the townships of
Souter Pot Letch Township Map Ellingham And North Char
-lton passes. (Properly Speaking
it is not a dean)
Souterpot Cairn Souterpot Cairn Same Authorities On Sheet A boundary Stone on the
26.3 march, between the townships
of Ellingham and North Char
-lton, And at the end of the
fence, separating Windylaw
Moor, And Brockdam Moor
Origin of both the above names
unknown –
Camp Hill Camp Hill Tithe Map On Sheet A hill feature, in the north
Camp Hill Mr. Joseph Hills, Tenant 26.3 -west of Charlton Moor, a Camp
Camp Hill Mr. Hugh Bettie was never known to be on this
Camp Hill Mr. Thos Beattie hill but there was a large Cairn
on its Summit which was removed
about the year 1834 And underneath
a little below the Surface was found
four Stone coffins, with An Urn in each Containing what
was Supposed to be the ashes of
Human remains
John McCabe

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