List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Hamildean Hill
Hamildean Hill
Revd [Reverend] W. Walkinshaw Lyne
Mr William White Hamildean
Armstrong's Co. [County] Map.
012 [Situation] North of Hamildean Farm House
A Considerable Eminence on the Farm of Hamildean, at the North side of the Farmhouse, and between Scrog Hope and Hamildean Hope. On the top are faint traces of an Old Camp This hill is Commonly Called Round Hill from its Shape & appearance but Hamildean Hill is its Correct name.
FORT (Remains of) [Hamildean Hill] Fort (Remains of)

Exploratory Camp
Revd [Reverend] W. Walkinshaw
Mr William White
Armstrong's Comp [Companion] to his Co. [County] map
012 [Situation] On the Summit of Hamildean Hill
This is the Remains of what appears to have been an old Hill Fort of the Caledonians. Mr White thinks that it was Commenced but never finished, as there remains at present only the faint traces of a Small bank around the summit of the Hill forming a Kind of Ellipse. There are no remains which Could be shown by etching, only this bank which is shown on Trace.

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