List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FORT (Remains of) [Bowden Hill] Fort (remains of)
Fort (remains of)
Fort (remains of)
Revd. [Reverend] Mr Reid
Mr. Hardie Pitlessie
Thomas Arnot Esq. Chapel
017 [situation] On Bowden Hill.
The remains of an old Fort on the summit of Bowden Hill. It seems to be partly natural and partly artificial, and was evidently a strong position. Though it has been repeatedly ploughed, portions of the ramparts are still pretty entire - it is thought to have been a British Hill Fort.
FORT (Remains of) [Down Law] Fort (remains of) Fort (remains of) Fort (remains of) Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Reid Ph. [Parish] Minister
Thomas Arnot Esq. Chapel
Mr. Hardie Pitlessie
017 [situation] On summit of Down Law.
The ruins of an Ancient Camp similar to that described above. No weapons or remains of any Kind have been found here and no tradition exists in the locality regarding these camps.

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[Note:] Old English [appended to each name]
[Note: arrowed to words "pretty entire"] Does not agree with N [Name] List for Plan B page 33 - omo [Ordnance Map Office]

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