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Parish of Ilderton
Sheet 24. 4. Trace 4. 6.

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as written on the Plan
Various modes of
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Easter Dean Easter Dean Mr. Wm Henderson On Sheets A deep rocky gully, with large
Geo. Rea Esqr. 24. 3 & scars on both sides, down which
Job Melrose 24. 4 a small stream rushes & joins the
Leech Burn.
Camps (Remains of) Geo. Rea Esqr. Two small Camps on this trace
(2 Camps) Richd Smith which with those on traces 2 & 3 are
It is doubtful as to these enclosures having been supposed to have formed an Ancient
Camps. the names have therefore been omitted. British Town or Settlement.
Cowboy’s Cairn Cowboy’s Cairn Geo. Rea Esqr. On Sheet A small green mound so called,
Richd Smith 24. 4 it is situated on the boundary
Estate Map between N. & S. Middleton Townships.
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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