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CROMWELL'S WIT 010 [continued .] They [the stone coffins] were all arranged East and West and composed of seven or eight Stones roughly dressed with the hammer And were formed by placing two Stones on Edge for each Side of the Grave one at each end And one or two for the lid Mr Cochrane thinks it probable that they were placed there by the Romans when occupying the camp about a mile South of the Graves

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[Page] 110 -- List of Names collected by 2nd Corpl [Corporal] William Rogers R S & M [Royal sappers & Miners] - Plan 10 C - Trace 7

Cromwell's Wit - Object - a stone

[Signed] Andrew Muir Mason W.[West Calder

[Signed] H James Capt RE [Captain Royal Engineers] 3rd Augt. [August] 1852

[Signed] William Rogers 2nd Corp R S & M [Corporal Royal Sappers & Miners]

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