List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Hill Head
Hill Head
William Barton Whitchesters
John Hume Allanhaughmill
Walter Grieve Southfield
025.14 [Situation] Nearly 3/4 mile S W. by W.[South West by West] from Whitchesters.
A height on the farm of Raesknowe on which Stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station.
CAMP (Supposed) [Whitchesters] Camp (Supposed Roman)
Camp (Supposed Roman)
Camp (Supposed Roman)
William Barton
John Hume
Walter Grieve
025.14 [Situation] 35 chains nearly South of Whitchesters.
This is the remains of a rather large Camp Supposed to have been Roman It is probable that the name "Whitchester" (the name of the Estate wherein it is situated) has been derived from this Camp, Chester, being a name often given to places where Roman Stations existed, and if so, it is strong evidence in favour of its having been a Roman Camp.

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Plan 25. 14. Trace No. 4 -- Ph. [Parish] of Hawick

[signed] Owen Barrett

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