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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP (Supposed Roman) [Uppercleuch Plantation] Roman Camp (supposed) William Dickson Sibblebieside
Peter Glover Netherhall
William Jardine Uppercleugh
043 [Situation] 43 chains N.W. by N [North West by North] from Netherhall.
This camp is supposed to be of Roman origin. Its shape is somewhat circular and is surrounded by a bank of earth and loose stones thrown together, it has what appears to have been an entrance on the west and an outer bank or curtain on the north sides, all of which still remains very distinct. Is situated at the head of Uppercleugh Plantation.
CADGERS' LOANING Cadger's Loaning
Cadger's Loaning
Cadger's Loaning
Charles Stewart Esqr. Hillside
Mr. William Dickson Farmer
Mr. Peter Glover Farmer
042; 043 [Situation] From the turnpike road near Perchhall extending N.E. [North East] to Sibbaldbieside.
An Ancient Road leading from the Glasgow and Carlisle Trust, at Perchhall, across the Country into Dryfe Water. A large portion of it is now closed and not traceable, the portion traceable is merely used as an occupational into the fields.

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[Signed] John Jane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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