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Parish of Ellingham Sheet 26-4

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Camp Camp (British) Mr. Joseph Hills On Sheet The remains of a large Camp
(Remains of) (Remains of) Farmer, N. Charlton 26.4 on the east Side of Charlton
Camp (British) Mr. Thos Beattie, Forester Burn And about 1/4 of a mile
(Remains of) north of "N. Charlton Mill"
Camp (British) Mr. William Beattie, Forester The greater part of it appears
(Remains of) Farmer N. Charlton to be in its original state
And is now planted but a
portion of the S.E. Side has
been partially defaced by
the action of the plough &c
the Side next the Stream, is a
natural feature, the remainder
has been thrown up –
Camp Plantation Camp Plantation Same Authorities On Sheet A mixed plantation on
26.4 the above Camp, but a
Small portion of it is Situ
-ated on the west Side of the
Burn. It is the property of A.
J.B. Cresswell Esqr.
Mill North Charlton On Sheet A good Cornmill, the ma-
(Corn) Mill 26.4 -chinery of which, is propelled by
(Corn) water -, there are Kiln, a good
From its proximity to the Village, Mill only dwelling house, offices, And about
to be used on the Place – 44 acres of arable land attached
It is the property of the Duke of Northumberland.
John McCabe

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