List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Blackadder Water
Blackadder Water
Blackadder Water
Mr Henry Cockburn
Mr James Allan
Mr Robert Ramage Woodhead
Statistical Account of the ph. [Parish] of Westruther.
015.13 ; 015.14 A considerable Stream formed by the united Streams of Wedderlie, Burn, and Edgar Burn. and flowing in a South easterly direction, Separating Westruther from Greenlaw Parish - during its course through the Parish, it receives numerous tributaries increasing its volume of water considerably; it joins the Whiteadder Water at the Village of Allanton in the Parish of Edrom. It is famed for eels, and excellent trout, but Salmon is scarcely ever seen in it.
Mr Henry Cockburn, Wedderlie House
Mr James Allan, Whiteknows.
Mr James Black Spottiswoode
015.13 A dwelling house with some farm offices, a garden, and a small arable farm attached; it is the property of John Spottiswoode Esqr. and tenanted by William Sparke.

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Parish of Westruther -- Sheet 15 No. 13 -- Traces 3 & 4 -- Described by J McDiarmid C.A. [Civilian Assistant]

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