List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr Plenderleith Fernyhaugh
John Millar Fernyhaugh
Armstrong's Co [County] Map
004 [Situation] In the S W, [South West] side of Linton Ph [Parish] close to the boundary
A farm house and offices in good repair with farm attached occupied by Mr Plenderleith and property of W. A.Woodrop Esq
CAIRN (Site of) Cairn (Site of) Mr Plenderleith Fernyhaugh
John Millar Fernyhaugh
004 [Situation] 4 Chains north of Ferney haugh
This applies to a Place within a few perches of the farm house of Fernyhaugh where a large cairn of Stones once stood. The stones were removed for the purpose of making walls and at the time of their removal there was found in the Cairn, a short sword or dagger, together with an Urn containing some ashes.
CAIRN (Site of) Cairn (Site of)
Cairn (Site of)
Mr Plenderleith
John Millar
004 [Situation] 19 Chains N E [North East] of Ferry haugh
There was another Cairn which stood a short distance N E [North East] of this, but at the time of its Removal nothing was found. A good many Flint headed Arrows were found in this Neighbourhood by John Millar, Shepherd. Fernyhaugh

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