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Sheet 34 Plan C Ramshope Parish

< 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
This name is [not] worth appearing on the Ordnance Plans J.D.
Loapcab House Mr Thompson This house is 22 1/2 A small stone building
Loapcab House Mr Oliver Chains N.W. from surrounded by a square stone wall for the
Loapcab House Ramshope Parish Map Hunters Loap purpose of enclosing sheep in the wintertime
Hunters Loap Hunters Loap Mr Thompson 22 1/2 Chains SE of A well known spot with a great tree
Hunters Loap Mr Oliver Hunters Loap growing over a rock & the place itself
Hunters Loap Ramshope Parish Map appears Naturally worn & sunk on the side of-
-the Hill
"Loup" a leap or spring Brockett’s Glossary
Page 192
West Edge West Edge Mr Thompson 32 Chains S.W of A name which only appears to be given
West Edge Mr Oliver Loap Cab House to it being exactly in a westerly
West Edge Ramshope Parish Map position on the ground
Tates Well Tates Well Mr Thompson 80 Chains SW from This well, is well known by the
Tates Well Mr Oliver Loap Cab House Neighbouring people of the same locality
Tates Well Ramshope Parish Map as a very powerful stream gushes therefrom
John Mulligan
Civil Assistant

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Transcribed by CC and SMH

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