List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Camp Hill
Camp Hill
Parish Statistics
Mr Daniel Urquahart
Mr James Lindsay
054 [Situation] A few chains north of Old Monifieth Road
A Considerable hill feature so named from the circumstance of it having been fortified at one time. The Camp is supposed to have been an outpost of Brot'y [Broughty] Castle, or used by the beseigers when attempting to take that Casle, during the 16th Century.
No traces of the trenches now remain. See Statistical Acct. [Account] of the Ph. [Parish]
Rent receipts
Mr Daniel Urquhart
Mr James Peter
054 [Situation] A few chains north of Old Monifieth Road
A small farm, with dwelling and outhouses & threshing machine, the greater portion the land is being converted into nursery ground.
Proprietor Lord Panmure Tenant Mr Daniel Uquhart
About 16 years ago Mr. James Peters when digging near to the farm house discovered at a few feet from the surface a few human bones, a dirk and buckle. The spot is marked on the trace

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