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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BOGAN BURN Bogan Burn

Bogan Burn

Bogan Burn
Mr Andrew Wilson, Coldingham
Mr John Johnston Coldingham
Mr Thomas Renton Coldingham
005.11 ; 005.12 [Situation] Between Kate Hill's Plantation and
St [Saint] Andrew's Burn
A small stream, having its source at "Coldingham Loan" It flows through a narrow ravine; and enters a culvert at the east end of "Bogan," which conveys it into "Hill Burn"
Mr Thomas Renton (Postmaster, of Coldingham,) thinks that "Bogan," is a corruption of "Bogend"
ST ANDREW'S WELL St. [Saint] Andrew's Well
St. [Saint] Andrew's Well
St. [Saint] Andrew's Well
Andrew Wilson.

John Johnston

Mr Thomas Renton
005.11 [Situation] On the north bank of St [Saint] Andrew's Burn about eight chains from the east marginof the plan
A good spring of excellent water, but sadly neglected; the well being nearly filled up with rubbish. It is said, that this "well" supplied the Priory of Coldingham with water, leaden pipes having been dug up in several places, between it, and the "Priory" It cannot be now ascertained why it has been called "St [Saint] Andrew's Well"

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Coldingham Parish Sheet 5 No 11 Trace 3

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