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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CLEUCH-HEADS HILL Cleugh-heads Hill Peter Glover, Netherhall,
Thomas Harkness, Gayfield,
William Dickson, Sibblebieside
043 [Situation] 53 chains NE [North East] from Netherhall.
A pretty high hill planted on the west and arable on the East sides. Situated on the farm of Cleugh-heads, and is the southern extremity of the western range of hills (mentioned in the Ph. [Parish] Statistics) which run from North to South through the Ph. [Parish] of Applegarth betwixt the River Annan and the Dryfe Water and at but a short distance from the latter.
CAMP [Cleuchheads Hill] Roman Camp (Supposed)
Roman Camp
Parish Statistics
William Dickson Sibblebieside
Thomas Harkness Gayfield
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Applegarth
043 [Situation] On Cleuch-heads Hill
Is situated on the summit of Cleugh-heads Hill, and on what is now planted. Its shape is nearly that of an oval, measures about 120 yards in length, by 70 yards in width, is surrounded by a single bank of earth, and still remains perfectly distinct.

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Parish of Applegarth Sheet 43.1 trace 1

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

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