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Sheet 30. 10. Parish of Ingram

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Old Fawdon Hill Old Fawdon Hill Revd. Jas Allgood, Rector, On Sheet A hill of Conic a Conical form, and of considerable
Ingram 30.10 altitude, situated on the farm of Clinch,
Old Fawdon Hill Mr. Robt Donkin, Farmer, and having the supposed remains of
Ingram a semicircular encampment or entrench-
Old Fawdon Hill Mr. Geo. Gibson, Miller, ment upon its summit, which terminates
Ingrammill on the north declivity, where the hill
becomes more steep. At the western base
of this hill, overlooking Fawdon Dean,
are the remains of a slight entrenchment,
supposed to have been used in connexion
with that upon the hill.
Camp Camp (remains of) Revd. Jas Allgood, Rector, On Sheet The remains of this camp is still pretty
(Remains of) Ingram 30. 10 entire, it consists of two rings, having
Camp (remains of) Mr. Robt Donkin, Farmer, openings facing the north, and East,
Ingram which seem to have formed the Entrances.
Camp (remains of) Mr. Geo. Gibson, Miller, It is situated at the west extremity of
Ingrammill Wether Hill, and on the farm of Ingram.
John Callanan
2nd Corporal Royal Engineers

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