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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
Turpin’s Hill Turpin’s Hill Mr. Hogg the same site to North A Hill of inconsiderable Altitude
Turpin’s Hill Mr. Spearman of Roman Cairn Its surface is covered with rich
Turpin’s Hill Mr. Whitfield green herbage
Turpin’s Hill MacKenzie’s History "In a large Cairn on Turpin’s Hill, in 1771, a large
Turpin’s Hill White’s Directory "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
John Stewart
Sapper Rl Engineers

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Transcribed by DP

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