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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WOODY HILL Woody Hill
Woody Hill
Woody Hill
Mr. John Bell farmer
Mr. John Graham farmer
Mr. William Reed, Shoemaker of Bankhill
051 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.E. [North East] from Mosshead
A hill feature on the farm of Tundergarth the altitude less than 1000 ft. [feet] from Sea-level.
It is said there was a gallows erected here in former times but even this tradition cannot now be well substantiated except by old tales
HAYHILL Hayhill
Hayhill
Hayhill
Mr. William Reed,
Mr. John Bell,
Mr. John Graham,
051 [Situation] 32 Chains N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Mosshead.
A cottage and garden occupied by a laboring man, once a farm toun.
This name is well known in the vicinity.

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[Page] 115
Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.7 Trace 2

[Signed] M. Donohue
Febr. [February] 1857

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