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Sheet 60 Plan 2 Parish of Elsdon

< List of Names
as written on the Plan
Various modes of
Spelling the same Names
Authority for those modes of
Situation Descriptive Remarks, or other
General Observations
which may be considered of Interest
Seven Pikes Seven Pikes Mr. Redshaw 50 Chains North East A considerable eminence, situated
Seven Pikes Mr. Hall of Black Heugh on the Farm of Through End Common, well
Seven Pikes Mr. Thompson known by this name. The Summit of this eminence
was at one time marked with seven
artificial Stone Pikes or Cairns. Six of
which have been removed for the purpose
of building a Sheepfold.
Balmer Balmer Mr. Redshaw 57 Chains South East A large Hill. Situated on the
Balmer Mr. Hall of Black Heugh Farm of Throughend End Common. Well known
Balmer Mr. Thompson by this name.
Grey Mare Graey Mare Mr. Redshaw 42 Chains West of A remarkable large rock.
Graey Mare Mr. Hall Black Heugh Situated on the boundary between
Graey Mare Mr. Thompson the Parishes of Bellingham & Elsdon
J. Doherty
Lance Corporal Royal Engineers

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