List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Bee Edge
Bee Edge
David Davidson, Steward
Mr A. Craig, Linthill
Mr J. Glen, Fleurs
005.12 ; 005.16 [Situation] North of the Ale Water, in the N.W. [North West] corner of the plan A commodious farm house, with suitable offices and a Thrashing Machine (horse power), there is a row of cottages attached, occupied by farm laborers, it is the property of Mrs Turnbull, Fisherrow Edinburgh tenanted by James [Marks],
Ale Water
Ale Water
Mr A. Wilson, Coldingham
Mr Renton, Coldingham
Mr Patterson, Blackhill
005.10 ; 005.11 ; 005.15 ; 005.16 [Situation] Running in a South easterly direction through the plan, having Alemill on its north bank A small river commencing at the three grange burn, it takes an easterly course until it unites itself with the Eye Water about 1 mile S.W. [South West] of Eyemouth, In Chalmers "Caledonia Vol. [Volume] 2 P. [Page] 205, this river is called the "Alan" But it is not known now by that name nor do the oldest persons in the district recollect of it being called by any other name than that of "Ale Water" (P [Page] 24)

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Parish of Coldingham Sheet 5 No 16

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Surname of tenant of "Bee Edge" is fairly undecipherable but looks like it could be "Marks".

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