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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LEADER WATER Leader Water
Leader Water
Leader Water
Andrew Campbell
James Hope
Nicholas Dodds
013 A considerable flow of water rising upon Longmoor Moss and flowing in an easterly direction passed the village of Oxton towards Carfrae inn where it takes a southerly direction running through the grounds of Thirlstane Castle, and receiving a number of Smaller streams joins the Tweed a short distance from Melrose, at Leaderfoot
PARKFOOT Parkfoot
Parkfoot
Parkfoot
[David] Wakingshaw
Andrew Campbell
Nicholas Dodds
013.07 ; 013.11 A substantially built house with a Small garden, a farm of arable land, about one hundred and seventy acres and suitable offices attached. It is occupied by David Wakingshaw and, the property of George Somerville Esqr Airhouse

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Parish of Channelkirk -- Sheet 13 No 7 -- Trace 4 -- Described by John Kiernan Ser [Sergeant] Royal Engineers

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