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A plan of the allotments in Penhill Park and on West Witton Moor, made by George Jackson, Ingram Gill and William Head, with the old inclosures in the township of West Witton, 1780 [Buildings including in W. Witton and Swinithwaite some proprietors' names in adjoining plots; field names] Original format: parchment 34 x 26.5 insScale 8 chains to 1 inch
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