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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
NEWHALL HILL Newhall Hill
Newhall Hill
Newhall Hill
Mr. Bell Newhall
Mr Rogerson Percebyhall
M. McKenzie Grange
J. Ewart, Labr. [Labourer] Priestbutts
044 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.S.E. [South South East] from Percebyhall.
A prominent round shaped eminence, on the estate of Newhall the Property of Mr. Bell. There are the remains of two "Forts" or "Camps" - on the summit of this hill - now distinctly visible.
FORTS [Newhall Hill] British Forts (remains of)
British Forts (remains of)
British Forts (remains of)
Mr. Bell Newhall
Mr Rogerson Percebyhall
M. McKenzie Grange
044 [Situation] On Newhall Hill.
Remains of two "Forts" or "Camps" - one of them is situated on the centre, or summit, of "Newhall Hill" and the other, on the slope of the said hill, distant from the former about 80 links. They are of a circular formation, consisting of an earthen embankment with fosse - both in a state of good preservation.

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Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No.10 Trace 4

[Signed] Thomas Watson
2nd Corp: R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]

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