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Sheet 51 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
Tumulus Roman Remains Tumulus Mr Coulson 24 chains North This object consists of a square
(Urns Found here) Roman Remains Tumulus Mr Amos East of Hopesley House. figure hollowed in the inside. It was
Roman Remains Tumulus Mr Hunter at one time a conical mound but was [opened]
Tumulus Map by Mr McLaughlin by the Committee of Exploration and found
to contain a great number of urns, regularly placed side by side as if standing
on a shelf. All the urns were filled with earth, and a piece broken out of the side of
each one.
Stobbs Stobbs Mr Coulson 57 chains South A large farm House in a good state
Stobbs Mr Amos East of Hopesley House. of repair with offices houses, garden &
Stobbs Mr Easton yard attached.
Stobbs MacLauchlans Map of Watling Street
Horsley Cottage Horsley Cottage Edward Lawson Esq. 59 chains South A small cottage in a good state of
Horsley Cottage Mr Dixon East of Hopesley House. repair with garden attached.
Horsley Cottage Mr Donaldson
J. Doherty
Lance Corporal Royal Engineers

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