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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Castle Hill
John B. Hepburn Esqr. Castledykes
Thomas Thomson Esqr Castlebank Cottage
055 An eminence or portion of high ground on which tradition records that Cummin's Castle once stood. It was surrounded or defended by a very deep ditch or moat which is partly Still in very good presently on east and south sides that on the other side being partly defaced
THE SADDLE The Saddle John B. Hepburn Esqr. Castledykes 055 A Small Knoll planted with trees in the ornamental grounds of Castledykes
PARADISE Paradise John B. Hepburn Esqr. Castledykes 055 A small rocky Knoll planted with trees on the top is a smooth level area or platform

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[Page] 70 -- Town of Dumfries -- 5 feet Scale -- List of Names Collected by C.A. [Civilian Assistant] J. Carpenter
Plan No 7 -- Trace No 13
[Parish] Dumfries
Castle Hill -- An eminence
The Saddle -- A Knoll
Paradise -- A Knoll
[Signed] J. Carpenter C A [Civilian Assistant]
April 13 /50 [1850]

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