List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Ayton Hill
Ayton Hill
William Anderson Ayton
James Thompson Ayton
James Dunlop Ayton
012.06 ; 012.09 A small square built Farm House with small Farm and offices attatched, it obtains its name from the Hill upon which it is situated,
It is the Property of Capt. [Captain] Innis Ayton Castle
Tenanted by M. Middleton
J Bowhill Esqr. Ayton
Dr. [Doctor] Colville, Ayton
County Map
012.09 An elevated ridge of land on which are the remains of a Camp supposed to be of Roman Origin, the camp is very perfect in the adjoining Parish of Mordington but it is nearly obliterated on the Ayton side,
The New Statistical Account of Berwickshire in page 134. makes the following remarks respecting the place --
"Independently of all written records, the first object of historical antiquity or interest which presents
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Ph. [Parish] of Ayton -- Sheet 12 No 9 -- Trace 3 -- Collected by John Webster Pte. [Private] RS&M [Royal Sappers and Miners]

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