List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Aldouran Glen
Alexander McCrea Half Mark by Stranraer
William Main Schoolmaster Leswalt by Stranraer
009 A Glen closely wooded with natural wood and forest trees and is very steep at rome places it forms an angle of 50 degrees, at the bottom runs a small stream which I do not find has goot any particular name THis Glen is sometimes called Gendoran this short name is only used by the common people and is not considered correct. It extends from a small bridge which is 13 chs. [chains] E. [East] of Glenhead ◬ [Trigonometrical Point] to about 10 chains South of the manse of Leswalt . viz about 40 chs. [chains]
Camps Graves
Alexander McCrea Half Mark by Stranraer
John Biggam Stranraer
009 This is the remains of an old fort situate on a prominent precipice on the North Bank of Aldouran Glen formed with three ditches, thrown up & in the form of a half moon. extending from the brink of the precipice at one end to the precipice at the other and seems to have been naturaly fortified within the Glen in front or south side here it is thought that those who fell while defending the fort are buried

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[Page] 114 -- List of Names collected by C.A. [Civilian Assistant] Alexander Dean 2nd Examiner
Plan 9B -- Trace No 9 -- [Parish] of Leswalt


Aldouran Glen - Glen
Camps Graves - Ancient fort

[Signed] Alexander Dean c.a. [civilian assistant]
21 Apl. [April] 1847

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