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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Rev [Reverend] Mr. White
Charles Steward
John Carruthers
043 A small row of cottages situated at or near the foot of Mary,s Cleuch, hence the name,
DRYFE WATER Dryfe Water Dryfe Water Dryfe Water Rev [Reverend] Mr. White
Charles Steward
John Carruthers
043; 050 A large Stream flowing in a Southerly direction through this Plan _ has its source in Hutton & Corrie Ph. [Parish] and falls into the Annan Water.
MARY'S CLEUCH Mary,s Cleuch
Mary,s Cleuch
Mary's Cleuch
Rev [Reverend] Mr. White
Charles Steward
John Carruthers
043 A small stream flowing in an [Easterly possibly overwritten as Westerly] direction and falls into the Dryfe Water it also forms the boundary between Dryfesdale and Applegarth [the preceeding descriptive sentence was crossed out] A deep Wooded Glen through which a stream flows _ the stream has no particular name. The Cleugh commences in the Fir Plantation No. 19 & terminates at Dryfe Water.

Continued entries/extra info

5, Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43/6 Trace 1

Dryfe Water Situation. Partially tracing Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary._
Cleughfoot Situation. About 2 1/2 miles N. [North] of Lockerbie near Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary.
Mary's Cleugh Situation. Tracing Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary

Saml [Samuel] S Hill
Lce. Corpl RS&M [Lance Corporal Royal Sappers and Miners]

Transcriber's notes

Cleughfoot is the name as written, but the various modes of spelling list only Cleuchfoot. The written notes use a comma where an apostrophe would usually be used to indicate the possessive case.

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