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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LADY'S WELL Lady's Well
Lady's Well
Lady's Well
Mr. William Wanless
Mr. Robert Niel
John Rodger
009.15 A strong Spring of excellent Water Situate in Longformacus policy close to the Dye Water
LONGFORMACUS [village] Longformacus
Revd. [Reverend] W. Weir
Mr. W. Wanless
Mr. R Neil
009.15 A neat little village Snugly situate on the banks of the Dye Water 7 miles W.N.W. [West North West] from Dunse - The Ph. [Parish] Church is the only building in it of the least antiquity. it was built abt. [about] the year 1700 - besides the Ph. [Parish] Church, there is the Ph. [Parish] School, a Free Church, a Corn & Saw Mill and a good inn
INN [Longformacus] Longformacus Inn
Longformacus Inn
Longformacus Inn
Cut on a stone over the doorway
Mr. Wanless
Mr. R. Niel (Tenant & Feuar)
009.15 A very Neat Cottage, built of stone with Stabling, garden & Smithy; situate on the W. [West] side of the Village, at the junction of the Mill Road with the Haddington & Dunse Road.

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Longformacus Parish
Sheet 9.15 T. [Trace] 6. by Charles Buck

[Note - Longformacus] (In Roman Print)

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