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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROCKHOLES DEAN Brockholes

Brockholes Dean


Brockholes Dean
Andrew Wilson, Merchant,
Coldingham
Alexander Falconer
Renton
Grant's House
Mr Campbell
South Renton
005.13 [Situation] Extending S.W. [South West] & N.E. [North East] between the North British Railway and the S.W. [South West] corner of the plan
A small Cleugh or Dean on the farm of "Brockholes. Its sides are steep and are covered with trees and brushwood. A small stream flows thro' [through] it. Brock is the Scottish name for Badger. This place was formerly a favourite resort of those animals - hence the name.
BROCKHOLES BURN Brockholes-Burn
Brockholes-Burn
Brockholes-Burn
Alexander Falconer
Andrew Wilson
Mr Campbell
South Renton
004.16 ; 005.13 [Situation] Flowing in a N.E. [North East] direction through Brockholes Dean An insignificant stream rising on the farm of Brockholes and flowing in a northerly direction passing thro [through] Brockholes Dean and under the North British Railway and discharging itself into the Water of Eye

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