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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRIPPLE NICK Cripple Nick
Cripple Nick
Cripple Nick
James Wilson Esqr
Mr James Lawry (Edington
Mr James Crosby (Hutton Mill,
017.08 A deep and thickly wooded glen with a streamlet running through it. And which Separates the Parishes of Chirnside & Foulden - Is situated at the S. E [South East] corner of Edington Mains Farm, adjoining the Whiteadder ---
HARPER HEUGH Harper Heugh
Harper Heugh
Harper Heugh
James Wilson Esqr
Mr James Lowry
Mr William Dixon
017.08 A rugged precipice with a few young firs growing on the broken ground above it. Situate on the N. [North] side of the Whiteadder at Edington Mains -- About 25 years ago Col [Colonel] Hay lost nearly a whole pack of Fox Hounds over this cliff -- --
SWALLOW HEUGH Swallow Heugh
Swallow Heugh
Swallow Heugh
James Wilson Esqr
Mr Lowry
Mr William Dixon
017.08 A rugged precipice exposing to view a varied and interesting Section of the Structure. And at its base flows the Whiteadder -- Is so called because a great Number of Swalows build their nests in the soft soil of the cliff --

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Chirnside Parish -- 17. 8. -- T. [Trace] 1 --by Charles Buck

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