List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Bowden Hill Bowden Hill
Bowden Hill
Bowden Hill
Bowden Hill
Revd. [Reverend ]J. Duns
Mr. Blair Esquire
Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Linlithgow
Forrest's Co. map
005 A large hill in the N.E. [North East] extremity of the Parish, it forms a long high ridge more than half a mile in length E. and W. [East and West] the general surface is very uneven, rough and rocky with scattered boulders, some of which are very large, the Eastern end of the hill, though rather steep has a more even Surface and is free from rocks, and offering good mountain pasturage for cattle & sheep. The north and south sides are clothed with mixed wood, and exceedingly steep and rocky, being quite inaccessible in many places, with steep ledges of whinstone
Situation : In the extreme N.E. [North East]of the parish of Torphichen
(Remains of)
Old English
005 Situation :on the summit of Bowden Hill

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Ph. [Parish] of Torphichen -- Sheet 5. No. 6 -- Trace 1-- [Page] 5

[Text] - Old English

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There is information on the previous page regarding Boden hill and the fort

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