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OS1/5/10/41

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FISHERS' BRAE Fishers' Brae

Fishers' Brae

Fishers' Brae
Andrew Wilson,
Coldingham
John Johnston
Coldingham
Mr Thomas Renton Coldingham
005.12 [Situation] At the east end of the village of Coldingham about ten chains west from Scoutscroft
This is a continuation of High St. [Street] northeast, and bears the name from the end of the latter, to where the houses commence on the north side, they are of an inferior description, and was originally inhabited by Fishermen, whence the name
BURNSIDE Burnside
Burnside
Burnside
Andrew Wilson
John Johnston
Mr Thomas Renton
005.12 [Situation] On the North edge of Hill burn about seven chains west from Burnhall Bridge
A few mean cottage houses, on each side of "Hill Burn", having small gardens attached They are the property of Mr John Paterson, Ayton

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Coldingham Parish Sheet 5 No 12 Trace 1 [Page] 41

Transcriber's notes

In Descriptive remarks for "Burnside" the word "mean" (difficult to read here) has been confirmed from the Descriptive remarks of "High Street" on page 43.

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