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INTRENCHMENTS (Remains of) [Bowden Moor] Intrenchments (Remains of) Jefferey's History of Roxburgh Shire Vol [volume] 1. P [Page] 196
Mr. Thomas Wight
Mr. John Wight Bowdenmor
007.12 A number of ditches "or intrenched ways, Situated on Bowden Moor, "in the vicinity of the Eildons, and attributed to the Romans and Britons
One of these ways appears to have Communicated between the Camp on Cauldshill, and that Situated on Easter Eildon Hill, in the Parish of Melrose
Portions of these Intrenchments are obliterated, which appears to have been about fifteen feet wide, having a rampart or embankment, on the North and East Sides, which in part are now almost level with the Surface

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Sheets 8.9 & 7.12
Parish of Bowden
Described by John Callanan
2nd. Corp

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