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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ROMAN CAMP (Supposed) [Trohoughton] Mr.James Kennedy n&s Dumfries or High Kelton
William Martin n&.s Boreland
055 That it was a Roman Camp is a current tradition in the locality, but one that is not Confined to the immediate vicinity of the Object in question As Mr. James Kennedy (Nursery and Seeds Man] in Dumfries Says that he has Always herd it Spoken of by Aged persons as being A Roman Camp, and Constructed by them during the period of their Occupation of this part of Scotland it is Sometimes Call'd a Moat in Locality. but when enquiry is made into its Origin, the above tradition is Currently to be found - The remark in Sinclairs' Acct. [Account] of Pennant's Tour, where he Says that on a Small eminence called Trohoughton is the remains of a roman station - Supports the tradition of its being a Roman Camp and its position (part of Trohoughton farm) makes it clear that is the refer'd to by Sinclair
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