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Sheet 87 Plan 9 Trace 5 Parish of Heddon on the Wall

< 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
Turpinshill Plantation Turpinshill Plantation Mr. Hogg North of A young thriving
(Mixed Wood) Turpins Hill Plantation
Turpinshill Plantation Mr. Whitfield
Turpinshill Plantation Mr. Charlton
Site of Site of Mr Hogg on Trace 5 This at one time a conspicuous
ROMAN CAIRN Roman Cairn Cairn or Tumulus. Is now levelled
Site of Mr. Whitfield and all traces obliterated, except
Roman Cairn that the herbage is a little
Site of Mr. Spearman greener & Richer than the remr
Roman Cairn of the field. Several Roman
Cairn MacKenzie’s History Coins &c were found in it
Cairn White’s Directory " In a large Cairn on Turpin’s Hill, in 1771, a large stone chest was found
"enclosing nothing but a small quantity of ashes and burnt bones.
"In 1795 another of these chests was found in the same cairn, it contained
" two Urns and Copper Coins of Domitian, Antoninus Pius and Faustinia
" which are at Eachwick Hall."
Mackenzie’s History

Note: Unsigned

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