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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FORT British Fort (Site of)
British Fort (Site of)
British Fort (Site of)
British Fort
James Jardine - Farmer, DalmaKeddar
James Johnstone Dinwoodie Mains
O. Stewart Esqr. Hillside
Chalmers Caledonia
033 [Situation] ½ mile N.W. [North West] from DalmaKeddar
Vestige of a (Supposed) "British Fort" distinctly observable - Situated on the Summit of Dinwoodie Hill
ROMAN ROAD Roman Road (track of)
Roman Road (track of)
Roman Road (track of)
C. Stewart Esqr. (Hillside)
Mr. Graham (Overseer Rachill)
James Jardine (Farmer Dalmakeddar)
033; 042 [Situation] From the N.W. [North West] point of Parish S. [South] through Wn. [Western] Parish district A portion of the ancient Roman Military Way leading from Gallaberry Hill to the Clyde. Very distinct Vestiges, traceable by Stone And gravel, raised in Some places, about two feet higher, than the natural Surface of the ground. This part of the road is still recognised by all the intelligent people in the district, as the "Roman Road"-

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Ph. [Parish] of Applegarth Sheet 33 No. 8 Trace 1

[signed] Thomas Watson
2nd Corpl [Corporal] R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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