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OS1/21/57/16

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP [Castle Hill] Camp
Camp
Camp
Camp
John Waugh Esqr
Michael Carmichael Esqr
Mr John Bell
Statistical Account
039.04 A British camp, on the summit of Castle Hill, of the usual circular form. It is composed of one rampart in a very good state of preservation, but no ditch. A number of stones within the rampart, having mortar or cement adhering to them, favors the supposition of a castle having stood there at some remote period; the camp is now planted with fir.
"There are the remains of an ancient camp of a circular form on the top of an eminence a quarter of a mile south of the village called Castle hill, containing nearly half an acre. Some say that it was the site of a castle of which nothing now remains." Stat.[Statistical Acct.[Account].
PLACE (Site of) Place
Place
Place
Place
John Waugh Esqr
Michael Carmichael Esqr.
Mr John Bell
Statistical Account
039.04 The site of a building said to have been the residence of Symington of Symington, the moat can be traced, but it is nearly level with the surface. The plough frequently turns up stones with lime adhering to them, some of the old people recollect a part of the building standing.

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