List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ROMAN CAMP (Supposed) [Trohoughton] Roman Camp (Supposed)
Roman Camp (Supposed)
Roman Camp (Supposed)
Roman Camp (Supposed)
Roman Camp (Supposed)
John Dickson Esqr.
William Thorburn
John Carruthers
Gazr. [Gazetteer ] of Scotland
Stat. Acc. [Statistical Account] of Dumfries
6' ord: [ordnance] map
055 [Situation] On Camp Hill to the N.W. [North West] of this Plan.
This is a Roman Camp Situated on the farm of High Kelton and Trohoughton its Shape is that of an oval Some parts of the rampart & fosse still remain although much destroyed by Ploughing . J.Carruthers formerly tenant of Trohoughton says that about 45 Years ago, it was Surrounded by two ramparts and a fosse between * all apparently quite Complete.he also Stated that it has been always considered by the intelligent in the neighbourhood a Roman Camp William Martin Tenant of Boreland farm States the Same thing. That it is a Roman Camp appeared to be the belief of all the intelligent persons acquainted with the locality. Penant notices the above as a Roman Station. The double ramparts & fosse are still Visible, the fosse & second rampart did not quite encircle the Camp but terminates at the point where the ground falls abruptly.

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