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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP [Birrenswark Hill] Roman Camp
Roman Camp
Roman Camp
Roman Camp
Roman Camp
William Graham Esqr. Birrenswark
Thomas Dickson
Haregills
Thomas Johnston
Douglashall
051 [Situation] On the Wn. [Western] slopes of Birrenswark Hill
A large Camp of an irregular oblong shape, there are two entrances from the South, and one at the east, the north side has been nearly all taken away.
GIMMENBIE BURN Gimmenbie Burn
Gimmenbie Burn
Gimmenbie Burn
Gimmanby
Gimmenby
Gammonbie
William Graham Esqr.
Thomas Dickson
Thomas Johnstone.
Johnston's County Map
Valuation Rolls
See St. Mungo Name Book
051 [Situation] On the Wn [Western] parish Boundary
A Stream having its Source on the North Side of Birrenswark Hill forms part of the Parish Boundary between Hoddam and Tundergarth and falls into the Water of Milk.

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[Page] 3 -- Parish of Hoddam -- No.21 -- Plan 51/7

In the column headed 'situation' is written 'On the Western [Wn] Slopes of Birrenswark Hill

Gammonbie - Anglos-Saxon - the dwelling or
the promantary or projection is probably
the original spelling. Gimmenbie
however is now the local usage. -

[Signed] Owen Barrett

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