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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FORT (Remains of) [White Haugh] Camp
Camp
Simon Park Crurie
Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill
035 [Situation] 29 Chains from White Haugh.
This camp appears to be of British origin, and seems to have been of a circular form. but on accout of its being situated so near the river the action of the water has destroyed the greater part of it so that only a small portion of it remains.
WHITE ESK White Esk See Name Sheet 18 No. 5. Book No. 1 - Page 68

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Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 3 Trace 5

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