List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DALMAKEDDAR BURN DalmaKeddar Burn Johnson's County Map
William Walker Dinwoodie Mains
Robert Nevison Dinwoodie Gamekeeper
033; 034 [Situation] From Nn [Northern] Parish Boundary SW. [South West] to River Annan.
A considerable stream, which originates among the hills, that bounds the valley of Annan on the left, after forming the March betwixt the parishes Applegarth, and Wamphray, for some distance, it turns Southwards, and runs into the R. Annan on Dinwoodie Mains.
INCH FORD Inch Ford Mr. Halliday (Farmer Panlands)
Mr. Walker (Farmer Dinwoodie Mains)
R. Nevison (Gamekeeper Dinwoodie)
033 [Situation] Across River Annan.
Applied to a ford in the River Annan in Connection with a Parish road. The name is well known in the district. J.W
RIVER ANNAN River Annan William Walker Dinwoodie Mains
Robert Nevison Dinwoodie GameKeeper
James Jardine DalmaKeddar
033; 042 [Situation] On Wn [Western] Parish Boundary
A large stream which takes its rise about 4 or 5 miles above Moffat, runs a Southerly direction, and falls into the the Solway Firth, about a mile below the town of Annan.

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