List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
East Press
East Press
East Press
Ebenezer Forsyth, Occupier,
Andrew Wilson, Coldingham
John Johnston
Mr Thomas Renton Coldingham
005.11 [Situation] About twenty chains from the West margin of the plan and about fifteen W.S.W. [West South West] of Corbie Hill.
A neat farmhouse with extensive outhouses, and small garden, attached, It is the property of Alexander Henderson Esq Leith Walk-
Grange Plantation
Grange Plantation
Mr James Gray, Forester.
Mr Ebenezer Forsythy, East Press
Mr William Allan, Packet House.
005 [Situation] On the Southwest corner of the plan
A large plantation of mixed trees, but principally fir. It is the property of David Milne Home Esq Wedderburn-

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The following is added below the description of Grange Plantation.
Grange is a Scottish word signifying The buildings pertaining to a corn farm, also "The place where the rents and tithes of religious houses, paid in grain, were delivered and deposited" Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary

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DANIALSAN, ron hill

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