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Description: A ruined post-medieval peat cutter’s shelter on Stats House Hill or Marsh Hill (also known as Maish Hill or Winney’s Down). Stats House is the spelling used by Hemery, and the one given to the hilltop. The lintel above the fireplace still remains in situ.