List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HARRY CRAIG QUARRY (Sandstone) Harry Craig Quarry
Harry Craig Quarry
Harry Craig Quarry
John Yule
Thomas Bonhill. Esqr
Mr McIntyre. Ayton.
011.08 A sandstone quarry of no great extent. on the farm of Aytonlaw. The stone is very coarse and of a reddish color. The feuars of Ayton Village possess the privilage of quarrying stone out of it. for building purposes, It is the property of Cap [Captain] Innes. Ayton Castle.
Eye Water
Eye Water
T. Bowhill Esqr Ayton
Mr McIntyre Ayton
Mr Yule Ayton
006.13 A small river having its source on the Lammermoor Hills, flowing in an easterly direction and discharching itself into the German Ocwean at Eyemouth.

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Parish of Ayton -- Sheet 11 No 8 Trace 2 -- Collected by J.W. Rodgers c/a [civilian assistant]

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