List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
John Borthwick Esq of Crooks [Crookston]
Walter Graham, Crookston Mai [Mains]
Knox's Co. [County] map Date 1847
023 A Small farm house & offices all in good repair though of old Construction attached to these is a farm of Ground the property of John Borthwick Esq of Crookston, the offices Stand on the Site of an old Castle Which formerly Stood here a part of the wall of the Castle forms a portion of the front wall of the present Stable and is about four feet in thickness
CAMP [Cortleferry] Old Camp John Borthwick Esq of Crookst [Crookston]
Walter Graham, Crookston M [Mains]
023 The remains of an Old Camp on the farm of Cortleferry, it is of an oval shape and Surrounded by two ramparts of earth & Stones with a fosse between. Informants Cannot Say whether it is of Roman British Danish of Pictish Construction, when spoken of locally it is usually Called the "Old Camp" the proprietor of the ground John Borthwick Esq says he would suppose it to be of Danish Construction but it is mere conjecture for he adds it might as likely be of Roman formation

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LIst of Names collected by Thomas Smith C Asst [Civilian Assistant]
Plan 23A Trace 3
[Object for Hoppringle] House & offices
[Object for Old Camp] Rems [Remains] of Camp
[Parish] Stow
[Signed] T Smith 7th October

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