List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks

Whereburn [mouth]
Whare Burn
Heritons Books of the Parish of Abbey St. Bathans
James hardy, Penmanshiel
John Dudgeon, Moorhouse
"Fish and Fishing in the lone glens of Scotland" by Dr. Knox 1854.
Mr. George Redpath Mid Monynut
Mr. Thomas Redpath Mid Monynut
Mr William Dickson Lower Monynut
Engraved sheet of Haddington
004.09 ; 004.13 A small stream or Burn which takes its rise in that part of this parish within the County of Haddington, & flowing S. [South] Easterly empties itself into the Whiteadder at Abbey St. Bathans. In a portion of its course it divides this parish from Abbey St. Bathans.
NETHER MONYNUT Nether Monynut Mr. James Hardy, Penmanshiel
Mr. John Dods, Abbey St. Bathans
John Dudgeon, Moorhouse
003.16 A good dwelling house with Suitable offices & a small farm attached. It is the property of & occupied by Mr. Weatherby.
It receives the name from being built on the north bank of the Monynut Water, and the word Lower is used to distinguish it from another farm house higher up called Upper Monynut.

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Parish of Oldhamstocks
Sheets 3.16, 4.9 & 4.13

William Beatty

[Signed] R Burnaby Cap. RE [Captain Royal Engineers]
23 June 1857

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