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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of FORT [Tundergarth] British Fort (Site of)
British Fort (Site of)
British Fort (Site of)
Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders
Mr. Johnstone of Gibson
Mr. William Reid of Bankhill
051 [Situation] 62 chains N.E. [North East] from Tundergarth Church
The vestiges of an ancient camp or British fort now obliterated by the Plough. It is supposed to have been a Roman Camp, the eye can still perceive a slight circular elevation which occupied the position on level ground it is slightly hollowed in the inside.
"The party who ploughed it pointed out the site, and states that its shape was round."
Consequently it must have been a Celtic or British Fort.

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[Page] 77
Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.3 Trace 3

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

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