List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dodburn Hill
Dodburn Hill
Walter Grieve Southfield
Robert Grieve Southfield
John Beattie Dodburn
032.06 [Situation] About 1/2 mile East from Dodburn.
A hill of great altitude, on the Summit of which is the vestiges of a Fort or Camp,
March Syke
March syke
Walter Grieve
Robert Grieve
John Beattie
025.16; 032.06 [Situation] 1/4 mile South of Dodburn Hill.
A small Stream which rises at the west base of White Hill, and flows in a Westerly direction till it joins Dod Burn,
FORT [Dodburn Hill] British Fort
British Fort
British Fort
Walter Grieve
Robert Grieve
John Beattie
032.06 [Situation] On the Summit of Dodburn Hill.
The vestiges of a fort or Camp, situated on the Summit of Dodburn Hill, It must have been a place of Considerable Strength, from the nature of the ground, and the size of the entrenchments, It is characterised in locality as an ancient British Fort.

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Parish of Kirkton -- Plan 32. 6 Trace 4

[signed] Philip Munro
Lce Corp: R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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