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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MARY'S CLEUCH Mary's Cleugh
Mary's Cleugh
Mary's Cleugh
Mr. Davidson (Grieve) Balgray.
Thomas Davidson Balgray Hill.
Mr. Hope, Farmer Rockhillflat
043 [Situation] On Sn. [Southern] Parish Boundary
A small stream and Glen running along and forming in part, the Southern boundary of the Parish. It enters Dryfe Water 10 Chains South of Lammonbie Bridge
FORT [Nether Cleuchhead] Fort
Fort
Camp
Mr. Davidson. Balgray
Thomas Davidson, Balgray Hill
Old Estate Map_
043 [Situation] 26 chains S,S,E, [South, South, East,] from Balgray House
An entrenchment of an oval form, lying between Mary's Cleugh, and Cleugh heads Burn,. On the East side there are two Banks, about 5 feet in height, with a ditch on the outside of the Banks, _ On the West side, one bank only, from which the natural fall of the ground is very rapid_ The Fort is in pretty good preservation

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[Page] 113
Parish of Applegarth. -- Sheet 43. No. 6_ Trace 4
[Signature] James A. Emslie

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