List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Kames Hill
A Macconnomy Esq Meadowbank House
Mr. J. Hislop Factor White Moss
011 This Hill of considerable altitude and is very precipitous on the north side There is the site of a Roman Encampment occupying the summit with a considerable portion of the South & Eastern declivity. The area of the camp, on the South and East side, is surrounded by a double fosse and rampart; but on the North and West side there is nothing to indicate the boundary but the precipitous declivity of the Hill or rock. The entrance to the camp from the East is quite visible and is represented on the Trace in a dotted line. In the interior of the Camp are several circles composed of Earth & stones supposed to have been Towers for defending the Wall or Watch Towers

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Plan 11. A -- List of Names collected by James Connell 18th February 1852
Trace No 3
[Object] Hill
Kirknewton Parish
[signed] J Connell

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