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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHESTER HILL Chester Hill
Chester Hill
Chester Hill
Mr William Anderson Ayton
Mr Thomas Calder Fairneyside.
Mr James Redpath Station Master Burnmouth
012.06 A small though high hill which derived its name from the Saxon word Ceaster which means a Camp. the line of Circumvallation can still be traced
AYTON HILL Ayton Hill
Ayton Hill
Ayton Hill
Mr. William Anderson Ayton
Mr. James Redpath
Mr. Thomas Calder
012.06 ; 012.09 A very high ridge of land so called fr [from] its proximity to the village of Ay [Ayton] A splendid view of the surrounding country [can] be had from this hill
CAMP (Site of) [Chester Hill] Camp (site of)
Camp (site of)
Camp (site of)
Mr Thomas Brodie. Chesterbank
Mr J. Redpath,
Mr J. Anderson. Greystonelees
012.06 This name applies to a semicircular piece of ground on Chester Hill and the supposed site of a British Camp, the line of circumvallation can still be tr [traced]

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Sheet 12 No. 6 -- Ph. [Parish] Ayton -- Trace 4 -- Collected by M Cottrell Pte [Private] RS&M [Royal Sappers and Miners]

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