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Sheet 41 Plan 2 Ramshope Parish Extra Parochial

< 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
Hillend Sike Hillend Sike Mr Thompson 14 Chains N of A small stream rising from
Hillend Sike Mr Dodd Ramshope Ho. cut drains it is a remarkable feature
Hillend Sike Mr Oliver it enters the ground at the crossing of
turnpike road and runs a considerable
distance under ground and rises again
before forming a junction with the
River Rede
Dry Cleugh Dry Cleugh Mr Thompson 19 Chains N.W of A small stream rising from
Dry Cleugh Mr Dodd Ramshope Ho. marshy ground and forming a
Dry Cleugh Ramshope Parish Map remarkable feature on Ramshope Moor
Eaker Rigg Eaker Rigg Mr Thompson 40 Chains NW of A long strip of rising ground
Eaker Rigg Mr Dodd Ramshope Ho. bounded on the West by Ramshope
Eaker Rigg Ramshope Parish Map Burn on the North by Inner Cleugh
and on the south by Dry Cleugh
and extends up near to Eaker Crag
Charles Payne
Civil Assistant

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Transcribed by CC and SMH

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