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Sheet 29. 8, & 30. 5. Parish of Ingram

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Camps Camps (Remains of) Ralph Carr Esqr., Hedgley. On Sheet 30. 5 A number of excavations, interpersed
(Remains of) Camps (Remains of) Revd. James Allgood, Rector, with small Circles, and partly surrou-
Ingram. nded by ramparts, with openings to
Camps (Remains of) Mr. Robt Donkin, Farmer, the East, which seem to have formed
Ingram. the Entrances, and is supposed to have
been used by the Ancient Britons, as
Enclosures for Cattle, or out-posts, in
Connection with the various Encampm-
ents, situated in the neighbourhood.
Situated on the farm of Ingram, and
a little to the East of "South Plantation".
Camps Camps (Remains of) —- Do —– On Sheet 29. 8. Do – Situated [to the]
(Remains of) west of Hartside Hill
John Callanan
2nd Corporal Royal Engineers

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