List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MILLINGTON LODGE Millington Lodge (in Ruins) Mr Logan . Hassington Mains
Mr. Johnston Kennetside heads.
Mr Stevenson Schoolmaster Eccles
028.09 A small house surrounded by a clump of trees, situated a short distance North of Hassington Mains in the Centre of a field. It was the residence of the late Colonel S Broomfield, is fast falling into ruins and at present totally unfit for a dwelling.
BLUE HOUSES Blue Houses. Mr Logan Hassington Mains
Mr Johnston Kennetside heads
Mr Stevenson Schoolmaster. Eccles.
028.09 This name applies to two small cottages under one roof, which, it are said have been the first slated, in the County of Berwick, they are occupied by some of the labourers employed on Hassington Mains and belong to this farm.
HARLAW Harlaw Mr. Logan. Hassington Mains
Mr Johnston Kennetsideheads
Mr Stevenson Schoolmaster Eccles
028.09 A small farm situated in the S. W. [South West] part of the parish near the County Boundary, the attached dwellinghouse and Offices which are in good repair are situated on an elevation from which it has received its name. It is the property of Mrs Agnes Purves Dunse

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Parish of Eccles Sheet 28 No. 9 Trace 2 & 3
Collected by H. Sharban

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