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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LAMMONBIE BRIDGE Lammonbie Bridge.
Lammonbie Bridge.
Lammonbie Bridge.
Mr. Davidson, (Greive) Balgray.
Mr. Carruthers, Farmer Lammonbie
Mr. Christopher Cairns. Farmer Woodside_
043 [Situation] Over Dryfe Water, ¼ mile S.W. [South. West.] from Balgray House
A stone Bridge of the Arch over the Dryfe Water, near the farm of Lammonbie; and 2 Chains North of Balgray Saw Mill_
BALGRAY SAW MILL Balgray Saw-Mill
Balgray Saw-Mill
Balgray Saw-Mill
Mr. Davidson, Balgray
Mr. Christopher Cairns Woodside
Robert Edgar Laborer Cleugh Heads
043 [Situation] ¼ mile S.W, [South West] from Balgray House
A small Building, the sawing Machinery in which is worked by water power,, It is situate on the East side of Dryfe Water near Lammonbie Bridge_
NETHER CLEUCHHEADS BURN Cleugh Heads Burn.
Cleugh Heads Burn.
Cleugh Heads Burn.
Mr Davidson Balgray
Thomas Davidson Balgray Hill
Property Map
043 [Situation] From 3 Chains E. [East.] of Nether Cleuch heads W. [West.] to Sn. [Southern] Parish Boundary
A small stream running from Cleugh Heads into Mary's Cleugh

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Parish of Applegarth _ -- Sheet 43. No. 6_ Trace 4.

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