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CAMP [Hillhouse] British Camp. Ancient. (Remains of) Rev [Reverend] Mr Rutherford
William Taylor
William Young Addiston
013.03 The remains of an ancient encampment immediately N. [North] of Hillhouse. consisting of three concentric rings. or banks of earth and Stones, and two ditches; it is now for the most part ploughed over. - When ploughing it, last spring a ring, a roman coin, and also some british coins were found in it. It is vulgarly designated Hillhouse Rings by people residing in its vicinity.

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Parish of Channelkirk -- Sheet 13 No 3 -- Trace 6 -- Described by J McDiarmid C.A. [civilian assistant]

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