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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLE HILL Castle Hill
Castle Hill
Castle Hill
John Waugh Esqr
Michael Carmichael
Mr John Bell
039.03 A low round hill the top of which is planted with fir. Property of Michael Carmichael Esqr. There is a British Camp on its summit (See page 16)
The origin of the name appears to be the supposition that it once formed the site of a castle
CASTLEHILL Castlehill
Castlehill
Castlehill
John Waugh Esqr
Michael Carmichael Esqr
Mr John Bell
039.04 Farmsteading, dwelling & ut offices one storey, slated and in very good repair. Property of Michael Carmichael Esqr
POST OFFICE [Symington] Post Office
Post Office
Post Office
John Waugh Esqr
Michael Carmichael Esqr
Mr John Bell
039.04 The Post Office in Symington is kept in a small, one storey thatched house, it has two arrivals and two dispatches daily the former at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., the latter 7 a.m. & 5 p.m.

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Header: Parish of Symington [Page] 19

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Castle Hill has multiple references on the page but only one on the grid. Notification sent.
Nora Edwards confirms only one needed

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