List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ANNIE'S ROCK Annie's Rock
Annie's Rock
Annie's Rock
Mr Alexander Johnston
Mr James Aitchison
Mr Robert Aitchison
012.06 A portion of rock which appears to have been detached from the side of the precipice above - It has received the name from an old Woman called Annie who lived at one time in the nearest house to it. of the Village of Burnmouth. It is partly visible at High Water
Burnmouth Hill
Burnmouth Hill
Mr John Ralph Chief Boatman Burnmouth
Mr James Redpath Station Master Burnmouth
Mr William Anderson. Ayton
012.06 A steep and rocky portion of land situated on the brink of the precipice near the Village (Burnmouth) from which it takes its name
Ross Bay
Ross Bay
Mr Alexander Johnston Burnmouth
Mr James Aitchison Burnmouth
Mr Robert Aitchison Burnmouth
012.06 An arm of the German Ocean running in between two cliffs which gives it a degree of security. It gets the name from the Village of Ross. which stands close to it. but situated on the extreme N. [North] East point of the parish of Mordington

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