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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
John Halliday
David Halliday
James Carruthers
Valuation Rolls
Genl Roy's Roman Antiquities
051 A house, offices, and farm property of Andrew Jardine
Cofferland Hill
John Halliday
James Carruthers
James Dobie
Wm Armstrong
Local Pronounciation
051 A ridge of elevated land constituting a regular hill feature and so called in the district. Derivation cannot be ascertained.
River Dryfe
The Dryfe (a river)
Black's Co. Map
John Halliday
James Carruthers
Johnstone's Co. Maps
Genl Roy's Antiquities
Gazetteer of Scotland
043; 050 A Stream in the N. W. Corner of this Plan. It rises at the base of Loch Fell at the N. Point of Hutton Parish, flows due S. for nearly six miles then taking a sudden bend flows for about one mile E. and again debouching runs permanently SW. for 9 miles when it falls into the Annan at the W. side of this Parish. In fair weather it is merely a trifling stream but otherwise it is subject to sudden and impetuous floods.

Transcriber's notes

I believe the authority listed as as Genl Roy's Roman Antiquities refers to William Roy's book Military Antiquities of the Romans in North Britain published in 1793.

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