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Site of CHAPEL [Chapel Lea] Chapel (site of) C Stewart Esq [Esquire]
Sir William Jardine Bart[Baronet]
Mr William Carruthers Farmer Laverhay
025 Supposed site of an old Chapel vestiges of which are scarcely traceable - situated on the East side of Wamphray Water and about 3/4 of a mile North of Laverhay farm House-- It is shewn by writings and foundation of dwellings, that still higher up the Wamphray Water; there was 3 or 4 centuries ago, a considerable population.
A stone taken from this Chapel with some figures unknown is placed over the door of the present Wamphray Church ---- No writings shew the time of the abolition of the Chapel - which must have been as far back as the reformation at least -----
Thomas Watson 2nd Corporal Royal Engineers
Turf Hill
Turf Hill
Turf Hill
William Carruthers Farmer
William Bell Shepherd
William Laidlaw Shepherd
C Stewart Esq[Esquire] (Hillside)
025 A prominent hill on the West side of Wamphray Water, and on the farm of Leithenhall. on the summit of which , a Trig station is erected -

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69 Parish of Wamphray Plan 25.5 Trace 6

Turf Hill situation About ?6 Chains South South East from Broadfield Height

Chapel (site of) situation On Chapellea

Charles J Fearnside Sapper Royal Engineers

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