List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP (Supposed site of) [Blackhouse Farm] Site of Camp
Site of Camp
Site of Camp
James Hardy, Penmanshiel [signed],
Mr Thomas Allen Blackhouse
Mr John Dudgeon Moor House
011.05 It is situated on Blackhouse Farm and Supposed to be of British origin It consisted of three rings which are totally levelled by the plough
Buncle Edge
Buncle Edge
Mr James Hardy Penmanshiel
Mr Willam Cowe Warlaw Bank
Mr Peter Aitchison Quixwood
010 A branch of the Lammermuir hills extending from Warlaw Bank to the Whiteadder being remarkable for its elevated position and view of the surrounding Country -- upon it are numerous encampments some of which are supposed to be Danish. while the oval shaped ones are said to be of British origin ---

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[page] 25 Ph. [Parish] Buncle
Sheet 11 No. 5 Trace 1 and 4 Collected by James Hannan c.a [Civilian Assistant]

Note in pencil in Place entry below Buncle Edge: Described in pages 16 & 20

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