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Whittingham Parish Sheet 37 Plan 6

< 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
Crosshill Crosshill Mr. Pattison Crosshill 65 Chains North East of A farm house in good repair
Crosshill Mr. Binks Lorbottle West Steads Mount Pleasant or having outbuildings and gardens
Crosshill Mr. Peary Glanton Todleymoor attached the property of Edw. Clavering Esqr.
Callaly Castle occupied by Mr. Pattison
Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant Mr. Wm Ball Grey Dancing Hall 65 Chains South West A cottage Situated on a Slight
Mount Pleasant Mr. James Thompson Todleymoor of Crosshill Eminence partially Clothed with
Mount Pleasant Mr. Mathew Binks Lorbottle West Steads Groups of Trees the name has latterly
Todleymoor been altered to Mount Pleasant
but it is better Known by the Old name
of Todleymoor
Camp Camp Mr. Wm B. Grey 28 chains N. West No traces of this Camp are visible
(Site of) British of Crosshill except a slight difference in the
Camp Mr. Jas Thompson color of the soil where the Embkt
Camp Mr. M. Binks stood. It appears to have been nearly
Circular and of British origin.
James Donovan
Sapper Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by PT

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