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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
RIVER ANNAN River Annan Sir William Jardine Bart. [Baronet] of Jardinehall
Mr. Stewart, Hillside
Mr. James Jardine
033; 042 [Situation] On Wn [Western] Parish Boundary.
Has its rise in a place called the Marquis of Annandale's beef stand in the Ph. [Parish] of Moffat on the borders of Tweeddale runs through the Co. [County] and discharges itself into the Solway Firth after a course of Nearly 30 miles. It has several tributaries, its general character is that of a gently flowing pastoral stream.
The Lake
The Lake
Sir William Jardine Bart. [Baronet]
Mr. Farish, Dinwoodiegreen
John Jardine, Ryecastle
033; 042 [Situation] On Wn [Western] Parish Boundary.
A still flowing stream (supposed to have been formed by the River Annan), which has been deepened for the purpose of draining the land around it; it having been almost Stagnant previous to the improvement rendered the name applicable as the word "Lake" is generally used in the locality for streams or drains having little or no fall.
Spread Ford
Spread Ford
James Bell
John Campbell
William Jardine
042 [Situation] Through River Annan.
A ford through the River Annan 22 chains West from Jardine Hall.

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