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Dumfriesshire volume 10

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/10/10/1 DRYFESDALE Dryfesdale Dryfesdale Dryfesdale Johnston's Map of Dumfriesshire Crawford's Map of Dumfriesshire The New Statistical Account of D. [Dumfries] 042; 043; 050; 051 Forming a portion of N.E. district of Annandale in the County of Dumfries. The name of this Parish, as is obvious - is taken from the dale or valley of Dryfe which chiefly forms the district. The impetuosity or "driving" all before it when flooded is supposed to be alluded to in the name of this stream.
OS1/10/10/1 The Parish of Dryfesdale is bounded on the North-West and North by that of Applegarth, on the East by the united Parishes of Hutton and Corrie, Tundergarth, and St. Mungo, - on the South by Dalton and on the West by Lochmaben. The North-Western and Northern boundaries are defined by Banks, Hodges, and Dryfe Water, on the East by Corrie and Milk Waters, small runners, hedges and banks, - on the South by River Annan and on the West by River Annan for the most part, drain, hedge and bank. – There is no detached part of Drfyesdale within the boundaries of another Parish, neither is there within its limits as above described a detached portion of any other Parish. From North to South its breadth gradually contracts from 4 ½ miles to chains – its length is upwards of 7 miles – its area may be computed at 11,000 Imp. [Imperial] Acres, of which 250 are wood, 350 moor and moss, and 10,400 arable and good pasture. The Northern and North-Eastern divisions are hilly – the south and Western districts may be considered flat, though at intervals considerable and in some instances abrupt acclimations occur. – The highest hill is Whitewoollen towards the North-eastern district, said to reach 1500’ above sea level. The other eminences do not exceed 600 feet, they are either under pasture or cultivation. The average rent of land – taking one acre with another – is about £1.1.11 – Farm-steadings have for the most part by indifferent accommodation, others, the land from improvements is fully enhanced to within the last twenty five years. – Small patches of peat-moss exist towards West side of Parish. – The only considerable stream within this Parish is Dryfe Water, which rises at the base of Loch Fell on the northern point of the Parish of Hutton and Corrie, and has altogether a run of 16 miles when it falls into River Annan at the N.W. side of this Parish, after a course of 9 ½ miles through this parish. – The River Annan washes the Parish on the West and South for 6 ½ miles, - the Corrie and Milk Waters also trace the S. and S.E. boundaries, numerous runners and springs water the district, one of the latter called Chapel Well from its proximity to the Ancient chapel at Beckton is reputed Chalybeate. – No minerals or ore have been found, and the district is without a freestone or other quarry, whinstone however is successfully wrought and supplies material for building. – Near Quaas ¼ mile East of Lockerbie there is a dark coloured limestone rock, which has however never been made use of. – Four Turnpike roads converge at the Northern extremity of Lockerbie, one to Annan runs South through the Parish for about 1 mile, another towards the great Carlisle road traverses S.E. a distance also of about 1 mile – the other two to or from Dumfries and to Moffat run S.W.W. and N.N.W. respectively for about 1 ½ mile. – the Parish generally enjoys excellent communication, and several handsome and substantial bridges convey the Turnpike and Parish roads across the various streams – one at Shillahill constructed of allendy [illegible] wood having seven arches was erected to the expense of the County in 1830. – the Glasgow and South-Western [Caledonian] Railway from the North-West side of Parish, runs for 2 ½ miles S.S.E. passing through the Town of Lockerbie where there is a commodious and well constructed station. – Lockerbie – lying midway between the Northeastern and South-eastern points of Parish is a [continued on next page]
OS1/10/10/2 ROMAN CAMP [Camp Dyke] 051
OS1/10/10/2 ROMAN ROAD [Dryfesdale parish] 043; 051
OS1/10/10/2 Site of BATTLE between Julius Agricola and Corbredus Galdus 051
OS1/10/10/2 2, Parish of Dryfesdale, Co. [County] Dumfries Market Town of much importance (See Page 75,_ It consists principally of one Street running from North to South a distance of 55 chains, flanked on either side by [ ] detached buildings. The central portion is called High Street, in which are principal buildings [Inns] etc. for the most part two and three storeys high.. The Nn. [Northern] and Sn. [Southern] extremities are respectively called Townhead and Townfoot almost the whole of the houses in which are only one storey high.. Near the centre of the High Street a line extends 18 chains East which [is] called Bridge St. the houses in which are also only one storey high._ The houses are in good repair, which together with the small gardens respectively attached, give to this village the appearance of a neat, tidy, compact and flourishing Town._ (see Page 75 for farther particulars.) _ There is within this Parish one Established Church, erected 1751, two Parochia[l] Schools, an United Presbyterian Church and one Free Church - all situated in the town of Lockerbie._ Population about 2,300._ The Roman Road from Carlisle via Birrenswark as shewn on Genl. [General] Roy's map of Lower Annandale and as describ[ed] by various authorities entered this Parish at Blackford on the Eastern Boundary about 1/2 mile S.E. of Lockerbie _ traversed N. N. W. to a point distant about 3/4 mile N. N. [ ] from Lockerbie Market Cross, whence describing a curve it directed its course West passing about 3/4 mile to the North of Dryfesdale Gate where two lines diverged N. and W. respect[ively] by Gallaberry Hill in this Parish towards Clydesdale - and to the confluence of Kinnel Water and River Annan towards Nithsdale- Another line branching off from near the a[s] mentioned point led to Agricola's Camp across Torwood Muir._ Information cannot be obtained in the district to warrant a delineation on Plan of the entire track or even, f[ ] what is shewn thereon has been drawn from local authority after a careful measurement and comparison with Roy's Map and the descriptions of other authorities._ Mr. Dobie of Ladyward an aged but intelligent person - resident in district from childhood - is thereby enabled to speak precisely of the Roman Road both from tradition and recollection of visible track thereof._ That portion shewn as forming the Turnpike Road from Lockerbie to the great Carlisle highway is generally believed in locality to have originated with the Roman Road and which m[ay] be confirmed from accounts by statistical and other authority._The site shewn to the East thereof has been pointed out as the Track existing in Mr. Dobie's young days,_ he recollects when two large posts stood on each side thereof at which a toll was gathered . This obstacle was the cause of much complaint in the district, those who were so [multed] asserting that Turnpike Trustees were not de jure entitled to such a Tax as the road then existing was actually a bona fide Roman Road._ The supposed site sh[own] as leading from the main line across Torwood Muir to Agricola's Camp is pointed out by Mr. Dobie to the best of his knowledge as the reputed Track existing prior to improvements of the land._ Several Camps and Forts are to be met with throughout this Parish. _ Among the former the most conspicuous _ set about 1/4 of a mile West from the town of Lockerbie on Torwood Muir _ is pronounced by Genl. [General] Roy and other Antiquarian Authorities to be a camp of Julius Agricola. _ Prop[iti]ated with figure 4 in Genl. [General] Roy's illustrations of single and double Consular Camps it would thereby appear to have been constructed for a single legion with allies. _ Nearly the whole of west side of this work can still be traced on the ground and which from Roy's Map would seem to be the only vestiges existing even at the period of the antiquarian's research._ The Name - Vernacular - "Camp Dyke may to some extent be confirmatory of the origin of these remains._ More modern antiquarians have (perhaps theoretically) pronounced a Camp - situate 1/2 mile N.N.W. at Dryfesdale Gate to be British and to have formed a counterpart to the foregoing, attrib[ute] thereby, the intervening ground to be the Scene of a bloody conflict between Julius Agricola's forces and those of Corbredus Galdus 21st. King of the Scots.- This Camp covering a space of upwards of two acres, seems from vestiges at its Southern extremity to have had triple lines of entrenchment._ A small Camp 1/4 mile S.E. of Agricola's Ca[mp] is well defined particularly on the East side also by triple lines of entrenchment and may reasonably be characterized as an Outpost of that work._An isolated [continued on next page]
OS1/10/10/2 Some words on the far right of the image have not been fully captured in the scanned image. Suggested missing letters are indicated within [ ] brackets. A list of names is not present on the image, only a continuation of the description remarks for Dryfesdale that commenced on the previous page.
OS1/10/10/2A 2a Parish of Dryfesdale Co. [County] Dumfries. Camp of oval formation on Gallaberry Hill is pronounced Roman notwithstanding its formation._ This assumption may have originated in the fact of its proximity to the Clydesdale Roman Road and also with the Name Gallaberry signifying the strength of the Gauls (though vertibly, it might be advanced, that Gaul was a term applied in Britain to any stranger._ Four other Camps on Bengall Moor in the S.En. [Eastern] district occur in a cluster two of which are described by Authorities as Roman and British - respectively and so to have formed counterparts. The other two of minor dimensions are not specified by any authority._ It may be mentioned however that Genl. [General] Roy sets down the whole of the above mentioned Works in his Map of Lower Annandale, but with the exception of Agricola's Camp does not hazard an opinion on the character thereof farther than what may appear in the following quotation "a few miles to the N.W. of this (Birrenswark) is a village called Bengall and near it is a Moor or heath of the same name having a number of ancient Posts scattered about in it and a little higher up is Agricola's Camp on Torwood Moor"._ As nothing definite can be gathered from this author with regard to the minor camps in this district, that attributed by more recent antiquarians has been adopted respectively thereto._ Two small oval works are situate about 1 mile North of those last mentioned, which - in the absence of any authority thereon but that of locals - may reasonably be classified as hill-forts.- Another occurs 2 1/2 miles N.E. of the foregoing of such trifling dimensions and characteristic formation as almost to warrant the conclusion of its being a Danish Fort. _ The whole of these Camps and Forts noticed by authorities are reputed to be 2,000 years old, this important fact being gleaned from the characteristic formation of accoutrements etc found therein._ Sandals curiously wrought and bound round the mouths with leather thongs were found in one of these "Ancient Posts" which were conveyed into England for the Oxford Museum._ The Name "Maxwell's Thorn" applied to a young thorn tree situate on the west side of Dryfe Water near a Ford across that stream is reputed in locality to be a stem from the original Thorn (of which there were two) which commemorated the spot where Lord Maxwell fell at the Battle of Dryfesands._ The original Thorn stood [ ] chains [ ] of that shewn on Plan till 1823 when it was uprooted by the Dryfe, but being recovered was replanted on the spot where the above mentioned young thorn now flourishes._ This Thorn may be said to commemorate also the scene of the Battle which is allowed to have been the greatest of the Feudal Conflicts of Scotland in modern times and which took place in 1593 (7th. December) on Dryfe Sands between the Maxwells of Nithsdale and Johnstons of Annandale aided by the families neighbouring each._ The Maxwells were defeated with the loss of 500, of whom many perished in the River Annan, and some were burnt in Lochmaben or St. Magdalene's Church to which they had fled for protection (see Lochmaben N.B. Page 3) Five Border Towers are reported to have existed within this Parish vizt. [videlicet] at Old Walls or St. Michael's Walls, Kirktown Mains, Nether Place, Myrehead and Daltonhook,_ the only one of which now extant is at Netherplace at the South end of Lockerbie and which is converted into a Police Station (See Page 93) The only other one of which any information on the ground can be obtained is at Kirktown _ Its site however is all that can now be shewn (See Page 42)._ Every research on the ground has been made for the others, but no information can be obtained even [continued on next page]
OS1/10/10/2A Space appears to have been left in the handwritten text for the precise location of the "Maxwell's Thorn" to be inserted later, but was not completed. It is interesting that the writer, in about 1850, appears to consider a battle of 1593 to have occurred in modern times...."the scene of the Battle which is allowed to have been the greatest of the Feudal Conflicts of Scotland in modern times and which took place in 1593 (7th. December)"
OS1/10/10/2B 2b Parish of Dryfesdale Co. [County] Dumfries. [continued from page 2a] even as to their precise Site, consequently they have been noticed at the respective localities on the Plans._ That reported at Old Walls may have been mistaken for the remains of an old chapel, the site of which - the present proprietor of the ground Mr. Stewart is enabled to point out from the tenor of his Title Deeds and which he likewise states was dedicated to St. Michael ._ Authorities however notice merely three distinct chapels at Quass, at Beckton and at an extinct hamlet called Little Hutton _ The site of the first cannot be pointed out - that of the second is shewn (see Page 48) - the remains of the other, - generally denominated Little Hutton Chapel - are yet extant forming now nearly the entire walls of a stable (see Page 56) - The Ancient Church of Dryfesdale was dedicated to St. Cuthbert but any information cannot be obtained in the locale as to its site._ The Site of a more recent Parish Church has been shewn (see Page 40)
OS1/10/10/2B Last word of the descriptive remarks on page 2a is repeated on page 2b.
OS1/10/10/3 3, Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43/5 Trace 1 Dryfe Water Dryfe Water Dryfe Water Dryfe Water Rev [Reverend] Mr. White Charles Steward John Carruthers Partially forming Nn. Parish Boundary. A large stream flowing in a Southerley direction through this Plan. Saml [Samuel] S Hill Lc. Corpl RS&M [Lance Corporal Royal Sappers and Miners]
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OS1/10/10/5 CLEUGHFOOT Cleuchfoot Cleuchfoot Cleuchfoot 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,
OS1/10/10/5 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.
OS1/10/10/5 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.
OS1/10/10/5 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]
OS1/10/10/5 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.
OS1/10/10/6 DRYFE ROAD Dryfe Road Andrew Dobie, David Dobie, David Jardine 043; 051 A parish road extending from the Glasgow and Carlisle ? at Lockerby Townhead - northward through this parish.
OS1/10/10/6 HILLSIDE Hillside Rev M White, Charles Stewart, John Carruthers, Johnstone's Co Maps A large farm house with extensive offices and gardens the property of Hope Johnstone. Occupied by Charles Stewart Esq.
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OS1/10/10/6 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43/6 Trace 1
OS1/10/10/6 please review description remarks for Dryfe Road - I cannot decipher the word after Glasgow & Carlisle.
OS1/10/10/7 NEWFIELD HILL Newfield Hill Newfield Hill Newfield Hill Walter Davidson, John Carruthers, Charles Stewart Esq 043 [Situation] On Newfield Moor 2½ miles N.N.E. [North North East of Lockerbie] A considerable hill on which stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] station
OS1/10/10/7 NEWFIELD MOOR Newfield hill Newfield hill Newfield hill Newfield Moor Newfield Moor Rev. [Reverend] Mr White Charles Steward John Carruthers Walter Davidson Charles Stewart Gillanby 043 [Situation] Forming Nn. [Northern] district of the Parish A large tract of moorland on the farm of Newfield (hence the name) This tract of Moorland is commonly called Newfield Hill from an eminence of the name on it, it is also known as Newfield Moor.
OS1/10/10/7 UPPER COMMON Upper Common Upper Common Upper Common Upper or Dryfesdale Common Charles Stewart Esq William Laidlaw Walter Davidson Deeds of Enclosure 043 [Situation] Forming Nn. [Northern] division of this Parish An extensive tract of land partly cultivated the property of several persons. There is another low lying common called Lorwood Moor.
OS1/10/10/7 [Page] 7 Parish of Dryfesdal Plan 43/6 Trace 2
OS1/10/10/8 [Page] 8 -- Plan 43/6 - Trace 3 All entries on the page are crossed out
OS1/10/10/9 THIEF'S CLEUCH Thief's Cleuch, Thief Cleugh Walter Davidson, W Stewart, John Dickson, Valuation Rolls 043 A hollow through which a stream flows extends from the N.E. of Parish to the Water of Milk.
OS1/10/10/9 NEWFIELD MOOR Newfield Hill, Newfield Moor Rev W White, John Carruthers, Charles Stewart, Walter Davidson, W Stewart Gillanby A large tract of moorland on the farm of Newfield, hence the name
OS1/10/10/9 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43/7 Trace 1
OS1/10/10/9 The entry for Newfield Moor is a near exact duplicate of the first entry two pages before this one. OS1/10/10/7
OS1/10/10/10 UPPER COMMON Upper Common Upper Common Upper Common Upper or Drysdale Common Chas Stewart Esq William Laidlaw Walter Davidson Deeds of disclosure 043 Forming Northern division of this Parish. An extensive tract of land, partly cultivated - the property of several persons. There was another Common in the parish, in the low lads west of Lockerbie called Lorwood Moor.
OS1/10/10/10 Plan 43-7 Trace 1 Dryfesdale Parish
OS1/10/10/11 GALLABERRY ROAD Gallaberry Road Charles Stewart Hillside David Jardine Halfmarkland 043 From Northern or North - Western Parish Boundary running S.S.E. to Maxwell's Thorn. A public road passing near Gallaberry Hill... forming a communication between Dryfe Water & Lochmaben. Bears this name from Dryfe Water to the Parish Boundary - Repaired by the Parish.
OS1/10/10/11 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 42-12 Trace 1
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OS1/10/10/13 ANNIE'S BANK Annie's Bank Charles Stewart Hill Side Mr. Fergusson Lockerbie 043 On the East side of Dryfe Water. A steep wooded bank on the margin of the Dryfe, and at the bottom of which a person of that name was drowned.
OS1/10/10/13 DRYFE ROAD Dryfe Road Dryfe Road Dryfe Road James Armstrong Andrew Dobie David Jardine 043; 051 Running North from Lockerbie to Cleughfoot. A parish road, extending from Lockerby Townhed north and through the parish.
OS1/10/10/13 DRYFE WATER Dryfe Water Charles Stewart Hill Side Rev. Wm White David Dobie Kirkburn 043; 050 Running South ad partially forming Western Parish Boundary. A considerable stream flowing along the boundary between the parishes of Dryfesdale and Applegarth.
OS1/10/10/13 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43-9 Trace 1
OS1/10/10/14 SANDBED Sandbed Andrew Dobie, Adam Johnston, David Jardine, Valuation Rolls 043 A farm house with outhouses and farm attached, the property of R J Douglas Esq.
OS1/10/10/14 GALLABERRY ROAD Gallabery Road Charles Stewart Hillside, David Jardine Halfmerkland A public leading to Lockmaben and passing near Gallaberry Hill
OS1/10/10/14 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43-9 Trace 2
OS1/10/10/15 HALFMERKLAND Halfmarkland, Halfmerkland David Jardine Halfmarklandm R J Douglas Esq Lockerbie House, Valuation Rolls 043 A dwelling house with joiners shop, garden, and a croft of land attached. Generally called Dryfe Bridge from its close vicinity thereto
OS1/10/10/15 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY Caledonian Railway David Dobie Kirkburn, Mr Ferguson Lockerbie, Ralph Pickering Lockerbie Station A line of Railway between Edinburgh and Carlisle
OS1/10/10/15 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43,9 Trace 3
OS1/10/10/16 KIRK BURN Kirk Burn William Bell; David Dobie; Andrew Dobie; Adam Johnston 043; 051 A stream having its source in the highlands of the parish, bears the name from the junction of two small streams near the Dryfe Road to Tupence Loch
OS1/10/10/16 KIRKTON WOOD Kirkton Wood William Bell; Adam Johnston;William Bill; David Dobie; Andrew Dobie; Adam Johnston 043 A mixed wood the property of R J Douglas Esq.
OS1/10/10/16 SCAR Scar Charles Stewart;Rev Wm White; David Dobie 043 A small coffar house near a steep bank or Scaur on the margin of the Dryfe.
OS1/10/10/16 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43-9 Trace 4
OS1/10/10/17 HILLSIDE Hillside Charles Stewart Esq. Walter Davidson William Graham 043 This is a substantial house with garden farm offices and Farm of Land attached, the Property of I. I. Hope Johnstone Esq. and posessed by Charles Stewart Esq.
OS1/10/10/17 OLD WALLS [St Michael's Walls] St Michaels Walls; Old Walls Charles Stewart Esq.; Thomas Laidlaw;William Thomson; Old Stat Acct of Dumfries 043 This is a farm house and offices garden and farm of lamd the property of Charles Stewart Esq.
OS1/10/10/17 Site of ST MICHAEL'S CHAPEL Site of St Michaels Chapel Charles Stewart Esq.; Richard Davidson; William Thomson; Title Deeds - Chas Stewart Esq says that a chapel dedicated to St Michael stood here. His authority is tradition and the title deeds of the estate. The site is still pointed out. 043 This is the name more commonly given to a field north of the farmsteding of St Michael's Walls in which is situated a well and tree supposed to have been someway connected with a chapel of that name that had been nearby no vestiges of which can now be seen
OS1/10/10/17 ST MICHAEL'S WALLS St Michaels Walls; Old Walls Charles Stewart Esq.; Thomas Laidlaw;William Thomson; Old Stat Acct of Dumfries 043 This is a farm house and offices garden and farm of lamd the property of Charles Stewart Esq.
OS1/10/10/17 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43-10 Trace 1
OS1/10/10/18 FLAGHOUSE Flag House; Flaghouse Charles Stewart Esq; Walter Davidson; Richard Davidson 043 This is a cothouse situated on the farm of St Michael's Wall so called from being roofed over in freestone flags
OS1/10/10/18 NEWFIELD Newfield Charles Stewart Esq.; Walter Davidson; Richard Davidson 043 This has formerly been a farm but the dwelling house is now as a cottage
OS1/10/10/18 WHITENESS-END PLANTATION Whiteknowes End Plantation; Whiteness-End Plantation James Gardner;Richard Davidson; Charles Stewart Esq. Hillside, Mr. dobie Ladyward 043 This is a small plantation in the aouth west corner of Trace No. 2 and is so called from its situation being at the end of a field called White
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OS1/10/10/18 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43-10 Trace 1 and 2
OS1/10/10/18 Unable to read text close to the binding due to the situation of the scanned image
OS1/10/10/19 NEWFIELD HILL Newfield Hill Charles Stewart Esq; Walter Davidson; John Carruthers 043 A considerable hill on which stands a freight station
OS1/10/10/19 NEWFIELD MOOR Newfield Hill; Newfield Moor Charles Stewart Esq; Richard Davidson; Robert Kirk; Walter Davidson 043 This is a large tract of uncultivated land situated to the east side of Trace no 2 and in the north side of Trace no 3. It is a part of the district of Upper Common or "Common of Dryfesdale"
OS1/10/10/19 NEWFIELD PLANTATION Newfield Plantation Charles Stewart Esq; James Gardner; Richard Davidson 043 This is an ornamental shaped plantation situated to the North East corner of Trace No 2
OS1/10/10/19 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43-10 Trace 2 and 3
OS1/10/10/20 [page] 20, Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43.10 Trace 5 & 6 James Co[wan] [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/10/20 Entries for Cockplay Plantation, Poolhouses Hill, Peelhouses Hill, Sloda Burn, Sloda Hill Burn were crossed out and the comment "See Page 25" was added.
OS1/10/10/21 CROFTHEAD Croftheads; Crofthead John Stewart; Daniel Kirk; Charles Stewart Esq.; Walter Davidson; William Laidlaw;Johnstone's County Maps 043 This is a substantial farm house and offices amd garden with farm of land attached the property of the Duke of Buccleuch. The name Croftheads is commonly given but Crofthead is the correct name and is so called from its situation at the head of the Croft.
OS1/10/10/21 PEELHOUSES Poolhouses; Peelhouses; Peehouses Daniel Kirk; Robert Kirk; John Stewart; Ancient and Modern Valuation Rolls; Charles Stewart Esq. as authority for Peelhouses Hill 043 This is a substantial farm house with offices and garden and farm of land attached the property of Johnston Douglas Esq. doubtlessly deriving the name from an ancient tower or peel in the vicinity as mentioned by old and new stats of parish.
OS1/10/10/21 BISHOPCLEUGH Bishopcleugh Miss Logan;David Jardine; Thomas Laidlaw; Ancient Valuation Rolls 043 This is a substantial house with garden and farm offices and farm of land attached. The property of James Jardine.this was formerly churchlands same as St. Michaels adjoining.
OS1/10/10/21 Parish of Dryfesdale - Plan 43-10 Trace 4
OS1/10/10/22 CROOKWELL PLANTATION Crookwell Plantation 043
OS1/10/10/22 TURF RIGG Turf Rigg Charles Stewart Esq?; Walter Davidson; John Carruthers 043 A slight elevation in Newfield Moor
OS1/10/10/22 CROOKWELL PLANTATION Crookwell Plantation Walter Davidson; John Carruthers 043 A fir plantstion so called from a well of that name at the east side of it
OS1/10/10/22 Plan 43-10 Trace.No. 3 - Parish of Dryfesdale
OS1/10/10/23 KIRK BURN 043; 051
OS1/10/10/23 ST MICHAEL'S 043
OS1/10/10/23 UPPER COMMON 043
OS1/10/10/24 CROOK WELL 043
OS1/10/10/24 PEELHOUSES HILL 043
OS1/10/10/24 PEELHOUSES MOOR 043
OS1/10/10/25 COCKPLAY PLANTATION 043
OS1/10/10/25 CROFTHEAD HILL 043
OS1/10/10/25 PEELHOUSES-HILL 043
OS1/10/10/26 BISHOPCLEUCH 043
OS1/10/10/26 SLODAHILL BURN 043
OS1/10/10/27 Newfield Moor Newfield Moor Newfield Moor Newfield Moor Walter Davidson John Dickson Mr Stewart On Upper Common and forming [...] district of this Parish. A tract of rough moorland being a portion of Upper Common.
OS1/10/10/27 [Page] 27 Plan 43.11. Trace No.1 Dryfesdale Parish Oivler Barrett Civil Assistant.
OS1/10/10/28 THIEF'S CLEUCH Thief's Cleuch Thief's Cleuch Thief's Cleuch Walter Davidson John Dickson John Johnstone 043 A hollow through which a stream flows - the stream has no particular name - the name commences at the N. E. corner of Parish and terminates in Murdoch's Loch
OS1/10/10/28 UPPER COMMON 043
OS1/10/10/28 Under 'List of names as written' the entry for 'Upper Common' has been omitted so the associated information cannot be filled in
OS1/10/10/29 CATLINS BURN 043
OS1/10/10/29 HOPE BURN 043
OS1/10/10/29 NORTH CORRIELAW 043
OS1/10/10/30 SLODA HILL 043
OS1/10/10/31 CATRLINS BRIDGE 043
OS1/10/10/31 CRAIGY LINN 043
OS1/10/10/31 MURDOCH'S HILL 043
OS1/10/10/31 MURDOCH'S LOCH 043
OS1/10/10/32 CORRIE WATER 043
OS1/10/10/32 CORRIELAW BRIDGE 043
OS1/10/10/32 SOUTH CORRIELAW 043
OS1/10/10/33 ROMAN CAMP [NW of Lockerbie] 043
OS1/10/10/34 [page] 34,
OS1/10/10/35 DRYFEHOLM 042
OS1/10/10/35 JANICAL LAKE 042; 050
OS1/10/10/36 DAM 042; 050
OS1/10/10/36 GALLABERRY HILL 043
OS1/10/10/36 GALLABERRY PLANTATION 043
OS1/10/10/36 ROMAN CAMP [Gallaberry Hill] 043
OS1/10/10/37 GALLABERRY COTTAGE 043
OS1/10/10/37 GALLABERRY ROAD 043
OS1/10/10/37 MAXWELL'S THORN 043
OS1/10/10/38 GALLABERRY HILL 043
OS1/10/10/38 ROMAN CAMP [Gallaberry Hill] 043
OS1/10/10/39 DRYFE SANDS 043
OS1/10/10/39 GALLABERRY PLANTATION 043
OS1/10/10/39 Site of BATTLE OF DRYFESANDS 043
OS1/10/10/39 TORWOOD FORD 043
OS1/10/10/40 DRYFE BRIDGE 043
OS1/10/10/40 KIRK HILL 043
OS1/10/10/40 Site of CHURCH [Kirk Hill] 043
OS1/10/10/41 THE MANSE [NNWof Lockerbie] Manse Rev [Reverend] Mr White Charles Stewart James Armstrong 043 A handsome dwelling house with gardens etc. attached near the summit of Kirk Hill - residence of the Rev [Reverend] Mr White Minister of Dryfesdale
OS1/10/10/41 TORWOOD Torwood Adam Johnston Rev [Reverend] Mr White Charles Stewart 043 A farm steading in good repair with dwelling house & garden, and a farm of land attached
OS1/10/10/41 TORWOOD PLANTATION Torwood Plantation Torwood Plantation Torwood Plantation Adam Johnston James Armstrong David Dobie 043; 051 A large plantation, consisting of fir and forest trees - the former predominate.
OS1/10/10/41 TORWOOD MUIR Torwood Moor Adam Johnston James Armstrong Charles Stewart 043; 051 A large tract of land, formerly a common but now enclosed & cultivated, it belongs to several proprietors
OS1/10/10/42 KIRKTON KIrkton William Bell Kirkton Charles Stewart Rev [Reverend] Mr White 043 A farm steading recently repair[ed] with dwellinghouse & garden & farm of land attached.-
OS1/10/10/42 KIRKTON WELL KIrkton Well Mr William Bell Rev [Reverend] Mr White David Jardine 043 A small well near the farm of Kirkton well known by this name
OS1/10/10/42 Site of TOWER [Kirkton] Site of Tower Site of tower Site of Tower David Dobie David Jardine William Bell 043 Here formerly stood a Tower or Castle belong[ing] to the Chief of the Johnstones of Annandale. Tradition says that" Lady Johnstone witness[ed] the Battle at Dryfesands from this Tower" The farmer being at present making Improv[ements] a great portion of the foundation has been laid bare & the stone removed
OS1/10/10/42 Some of the text under Descriptive remarks is not visible because it is hidden by the binding gutter. Hence some of the text does not read as clearly as it should
OS1/10/10/43 KIRKBURN 043
OS1/10/10/43 KIRKTON WOOD 043
OS1/10/10/44 BOGFOOT 043
OS1/10/10/44 CAMP [Dryfesdale Gate] 043
OS1/10/10/44 DRYFESDALE GATE 043
OS1/10/10/45 JOHNSFIELD Johnsfield Johnsfield Johnsfield Johnsfield John Halliday Johnsfield Rev Mr White Charles Stewart John Halliday 043 A small Hamlet of Dwellinghouses with gardens a little to the east of Dryfesdale Gate - The property of John Halliday - this is a part of Torwood Moor.
OS1/10/10/45 45. Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43-13 Trace 4 Johnsfield Situation Nearly 1 mile N.W.W. of Lockerbie + Mill Road Mill Road See Page 73 Plan 51.1. See Page 73. [Supposed Site of Roman Road David Dobie Ladyward The Site of an Ancient road which led from Agricola's Camp on Torwood Muir to the Annandale Roman Road, generally accredited by old residents to be that of a track of road visible previous to improvements on the land and at which time the same was termed the old Roman Road] [the preceding entry shown in brackets is crossed out] W. Pa[ ] c/a
OS1/10/10/45 The entry for the supposed site of the Roman Road has been crossed out.
OS1/10/10/46 TORWOOD COTTAGE Torwood Cottage Adam Johnston John Halliday William Porteous Lockerbie 043 A small cottage With garden the property of James Gardiner Esq. [Esquire] Occupied by Adam Johnston. The Cottage is situated in the district calle[d]? Torwood Moor.
OS1/10/10/46 BLIND LOCH Blind Loch Blind Loch Blind Loch Andrew Dobie David Dobie Adam Johnstone 043 A small marsh which in very wet weat[her]? fills into a loch - there is no outlet fo[r]? it - hence the name.
OS1/10/10/46 CHAPEL WELL Chapel Well Chapel Well Chapel Well Andrew Dobie David Dobie Adam Johnston 043 A powerful spring of excellent water- there was formerly a chapel stood within a few yards - hence the name
OS1/10/10/46 KIRK BURN Kirk Burn Kirk Burn Kirk Burn Andrew Dobie David Dobie Adam Johnston 043; 051 A small stream having its source in the highlands of Newlands [and]? Croftheads, bears the name from the junction of two streams near Dryfe Road to Tormoor Loch
OS1/10/10/46 Some words in the Description remarks are lost in the binding gutter so the visible text, which has been transcribed, does not always make sense The words 'at the South east and corner of Tower Moor' have been stroked out, in context 'A small cottage at the South east and corner of Tower Moor'.
OS1/10/10/47 BROOMHOUSES 043
OS1/10/10/47 ROMAN ROAD [Dryfesdale parish] 043; 051
OS1/10/10/48 DRYFE ROAD 043; 051
OS1/10/10/48 Site of CHAPEL [Beckton] 043
OS1/10/10/49 LOCKERBIE HOUSE Lockerbie House Lockerbie House Lockerbie House Lockerbie House Rev. Mr. White James Law Mathew Halliday Statistics of Dryfesdale 043 A large mansion house situated in a wood about 1 1/2 miles north of Lockerbie it is the property of Robert J. Douglas Esq.
OS1/10/10/49 LOCKERBIEHOUSE WOOD 043
OS1/10/10/49 STORK Stork Stork Stork Stork Rev. Mr. White James Law Mathew Halliday Valuation Rolls 043 A small cottage a few hundred yards north of Lockerbiehouse, occupied by the Work[men] of Lockerbie House,
OS1/10/10/49 49, Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43/14 Trace 1 Lockerbie House situation About 1 1/4 mile N. N. E. of Lockerbie Market Cros Samuel S Hill Lc. [Lance] Corpl. [Corporal] [RS ]
OS1/10/10/50 DRYFE ROAD 043; 051
OS1/10/10/50 PEELHOUSES MOOR 043
OS1/10/10/50 WHITEWOOLLEN HILL 043
OS1/10/10/51 SLODAHILL 043
OS1/10/10/51 SLODAHILL BURN 043
OS1/10/10/52 BROOM HILL 043
OS1/10/10/52 CUDSCROFT 043
OS1/10/10/52 WHITEWOOLLENHASS 043
OS1/10/10/53 HURKLE BURN 043; 051
OS1/10/10/53 LOCKERBIE FAIR GROUND 043; 051
OS1/10/10/53 LOCKERBIE HILL 043; 051
OS1/10/10/54 HALLDYKES 043
OS1/10/10/54 SLODAHILL COTTAGE 043
OS1/10/10/55 BYRESTEADS BRIDGE 043
OS1/10/10/55 COLDLANDS PLANTATION 043; 051
OS1/10/10/55 HASS PLANTATION 043
OS1/10/10/56 BYRESTEADS 043
OS1/10/10/56 LITTLE HUTTON CHAPEL (Remains of) 043
OS1/10/10/57 SLODAHILL 043
OS1/10/10/57 UPPER COMMON 043
OS1/10/10/58 CATLINS Catlins Catlins Catlins Catlinns Catlinns Catlins Catlins Catlins Smithy Catlins Smithy Catlins Smithy Catlins Smithy Catlins Smithy William Patterson Robert Masterton Richard Davidson John Dickson Martin Johnstone Ancient and Modern Valuation Rolls Johnstone's Co. [County] map John Dickson Martin Johnstone William Paterson Robert Masterton John Johnstone 043 A Farm House with [ ] and Farm of land attach [attached] situated in the east of this [ ] Two of those Cottages was formerly a Smithy, the other was occupied by the Blacksmith. The place was and is still, well Known by the name "Catlins Smithy"
OS1/10/10/58 CATLINS BURN Catlins burn Catlins burn Catlins burn Catlins Burn Catlins Burn William Patterson Richard Davidsone John Thomson John Dickson Martin Johnstone 043 A name applied to a [ ] entering in the north east [ ] of this trace and flowing a southerly direction through It bears the name from Murdoc [Murdoch's] Loch to its Junction With Sloda B [Burn both united form Scales Cleuch
OS1/10/10/58 [Page] 58 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Sheet 5 43.15 Trace 1 [Situation] Catlins -- 2 miles N.E. [North East] of Lockerbie Catlins Burn -- 6 Chains S [South] of Murdoch's Loch running South, [Signed] John Houst [Houston]
OS1/10/10/58 Some words of Description are wholly or partly lost in the tight binding of the right margin. An entry for "Sloda hill" has been scored through and is not transcribed. That part of Description of "Catlins" beginning "Two of these" appears may to relate to the Spelling "Catlins Smithy" but this has not been given as a separate entry on the page by the surveyor. It is not clear if this was intended by them to be a separate location from "Catlins" or not, but the map sheet does not appear to have "Catlins Smithy" depicted.
OS1/10/10/59 BLACK KNOWE Black Knowes Black Knowes Black Knowes Walter Wood Walter Ritchie James Johnstone 043 a small hill situated in the south east Corner of this trace
OS1/10/10/59 [Page] 59 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Sheet 43.15 Trace 2 [Situation] 2 1/4 miles N.E. by E. [North East by East] of Lockerbie [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/10/59 Entries on this page for "Raggiewhat Moor" and "Raggiewhat Moor House" have been scored through and are not transcribed.
OS1/10/10/60 CORRIE WATER Currie Water Currie Water Currie Water Corrie Water Corrie Water Corrie Water Corrie Water Walter Ritchie Walter Wood James Todd Blackwood's Co. [County] Map Martin Johnstone John Dickson William Paterson 043 A small river enteri [entering] in the north of this tra [trace] and flowing in a southe [southerly] direction through it Has its Source in Hutton Corrie Parish and falls into the Water of Milk
OS1/10/10/60 FAIRIES' SCAR Fairy Scaur Fairy Scaur Fairy Scaur Fairies' Scar Fairies' Scar Walter Ritchie Walter Wood James Thomson Martin Johnstone John Dickson 043 A steep slope on the [ ] of Currie water so Called [ ] Curious stones that are found [ ] Said to have been the work of [ ]
OS1/10/10/60 GRAY'S CLEUCH Grays Cleuch Grays Cleuch Grays Cleuch Walter Wood Walter Ritchie James Thomson 043 A name applied to a Slope through which a sm [small] stream flows situated nea [near] South west Corner of this tra [trace] A small narrow glen through w [which] a Stream flows - the Stream has no n [name] The name extends from the road (on Tr [Trace ?] to Corrie Water.
OS1/10/10/60 [Page] 60 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Sheet 43.15 Trace 3 [Situation] Corrie Water -- Partially forming Eastern Parish Boundary Fairies' Scar -- On West side of Corrie Water 2 1/4 miles from Lockerbie Market Cross Gray's Cleuch -- 2 1/5 miles NE [North East] of Lockerbie Market Cross [Signed] John Ho [Houston]
OS1/10/10/60 Some words of Description are wholly or partly lost in the tight binding of the right margin.
OS1/10/10/61 SLODAHILL BURN Slodahill burn Slodahill burn Slodahill burn Sloda Burn Sloda Burn Sloda Burn Richard Davidson Robert Masterton William Patterson Martin Johnstone John Dickson John Johnstone 043 [Situation] From between Turf Rigg and Newfield Hill running South and South-East. A stream entering at the north east Corner of this trace and flowing in a south easterly direction through it till it falls into Catlins burn, both united forms Scales Cleuch, this stream is Known as Slodahill Burn - but Sloda Burn is better Known.
OS1/10/10/61 BYRESTEADS Byresteads Byresteads Byresteads Byresteads Byresteads Charles Stewart Richard Davidson Walter Wood Valuation Rolls Johnstone's Co. [County] map 043 [Situation] 1 1/2 mile N.E. [North east] of Lockerbie Market Cross. A Farm house with offices situated on the west side of this trace. It is said that these Were formerly the office houses belonging to Hilldykes, when that was a mansion house.
OS1/10/10/61 [Page] 61 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Sheet 43.15 Trace 4 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/10/61 An entry on this page for "Catlins Hill" has been scored through and is not transcribed.
OS1/10/10/62 SCALES CLEUCH Scales Cleuch Scales Cleuch Scales Cleuch William Patterson Charles Stewart Robert Fergusson 043; 051 [Situation] To 2 Chains East of Byresteads running South. A deep Glen through which a St [stream] fows. The name applies to the Str [Stream] & Glen, and extends from the Junc [Junction] of Catlins & Sloda Burns to the Water of Milke.
OS1/10/10/62 [Page] 62 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Sheet 43.15 Trace 4. 5 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/10/62 An entry on this page for "Raggiewhat hill" has been scored through and is not transcribed.
OS1/10/10/63 POTTS' CLEUCH Potts Cleuch Potts Cleuch Potts Cleuch Pott's Cleuch Pott's Cleuch Pott's Cleuch Pott's Cleuch Revd. [Reverend] Mr White Walter Wood Walter Ritchie Martin Johnstone William Paterson James Todd John Nicol 043; 051 [Situation] Nearly 2 1/2 miles N.E.E. [North East East] of Lockerbie Market Cross. A Steep ravine Covered with wood through which a stream flows and situated in traces 5 & 6 of this Plan The name extends from the Junction of two Plantations to the Water of Milke
OS1/10/10/63 [Page] 63 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Sheet 43.15 Trace 5 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/10/64 LAUDERHOOK Lauderhook Lauderhook Lauderhook Lodorhook Lodderhook James Todd Robert Fergusson Charles Stewart Johnston's Co. [County] map Valuation Rolls 043 [Situation] 2 1/4 miles almost East of Lockerbie. A farm house with outb [outbuildings] and Garden Stack yard
OS1/10/10/64 WATER OF MILK Milk Water Water of Milk Water of Milk Milke Water Water of Milk Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Water of Milk James Todd Robert Fergusson Charles Stewart Blackwood's Co. [County] Map William Paterson Fullarton's Gazetteer Crawford's Co. [County] map Johnstone's Co. [County] map Statistics of Parish (Old and New) 043; 051 [Situation] Partially forming Eastern Parish Boundary. A large River flowin [flowing] in a Southerly direction [direction] through this Plan has its Source in Tundergarth Parish forms the parish By. [Boundary] for about 5 miles, falls into the Annan Wat [Water]
OS1/10/10/64 [Page] 64 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 43.15 Trace 6 [Signed] Samuel Hill Lc Corpl [Lance Corporal] RS&M [Royal Sappers & Miners]
OS1/10/10/65 DAM Dam Dam Dam Dam Robert Thomson William Haining James Dobie Valuation Rolls 042; 050 A substantial house with offices garden & farm of land Attached
OS1/10/10/65 JANICAL LAKE Janical Lake Janical Lake Janical Lake Robert Thomson Robert Jardine William Haining 042; 050 A stream situated on the west side of trace No. 2 See Page
OS1/10/10/65 DRYFE WATER Dryfe Water Robert Thomson Robert Jardine James Dobie 042; 045; 050; 051 A considerable stream flowing through this parish, into the River Annan.
OS1/10/10/65 65, Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 50.4 Trace 2 Dam situation - 1 1/2 mile N.W. by W. [North West by West] of Lockerbie Market Cross. Janical Lake situation - Partially forming Western Parish Boundary. Dryfe Water situation - Partially forming and tracing Western Parish Boundary James Cowan
OS1/10/10/65 An entry for Mill Hill, farm offices and farm, was crossed out.
OS1/10/10/66 TURNMUIR BURN Millhill Burn Millhill Burn Millhill Burn Turnmuir Burn James Dobie Robert Jardine John Beattie John Beattie 050; 051 [Situation] From about 1 mile S.W. [South West] of Lockerbie W. [West] to River Annan. See Page 87* A stream situated on the w [west] side of trace No. 3 A continuation of Turnmuir Burn from the adjoining plan it is Sometimes Called Millhill Burn [ ] its passing through Millhill Farm.
OS1/10/10/66 SHILLAHILL Shillahill Shillahill Shillahill Shillinghill Shiellyhill Shillahill John Beattie J. McQueen James Dobie Johnstone's Co [County] map Valuations Rolls Report by Co. [County] Turnpike Trustees 050 [Situation] 1 3/4 mile S.W. by W. [South West by West] of Lockerbie Market Cross. A substantial house with garden & farm of land
OS1/10/10/66 RIVER ANNAN River Annan River Annan River Annan John Beattie Gazetteer of Scotland Travellers Guide 050 [Situation] Partially forming Western Parish Boundary. A River running through south west corner of this See Page lll [3]
OS1/10/10/66 [Page] 66 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 50.4 Trace 3 [Signed] James Cowan
OS1/10/10/66 An entry on this page for "Old Course" has been scored through and is not transcribed. Some words of Description are lost in the tight binding of right margin.
OS1/10/10/67 MILLHILL Millhill James Dobie Robert Jardine John Beattie 050; 051 [Situation] About 1 1/4 mile West of Lockerbie. Farm offices, and land attached.
OS1/10/10/67 OLD BOAT POOL Old Boat Pool Old Boat Pool Old Boat Pool Andrew Johnstone Esq. William Johnstone John Lauder 050 [Situation]In River Annan nearly two miles N.W. [North West] of Lockerbie. A deep Pool in the River Annan
OS1/10/10/67 RIVER ANNAN (OLD COURSE) River Annan (Old Course) See Page lll 050 [Situation] Partially forming Western Parish Boundary. See Page 111
OS1/10/10/67 [Page] 67 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 50.4 Trace 3 [Signed] John Angus Corpl. [Corporal] RSM [Royal Sappers & Miners]
OS1/10/10/68 ROMAN CAMP [Camp Dyke] Roman Camp Roman Camp Roman Camp Roman Camp Thomas Dobie, Ladywood Genl. [General] Roy's Map of Lower Annandale and Roman Antiquities Page The Old Stat. Acct.[Statistical Account] of Dryfesdale The New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Dryfesdale 051 The remains of An old entrenchment Called Camp Dyke, reported in locality to have formed the greatest part of one side of a large Roman Camp and as shewn by General Roy And other authorities formed part of Julius Agricola's Camp. See Page 2.
OS1/10/10/68 Site of BATTLE between Julius Agricola and Corbredus Galdus Site of The Battle Between Julius Agricola And Corbredus Galdus (1st Century) The Old Statistical Account of Dryfesdale The New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Dr. [Dryfesdale] Fullarton's Gazetteer of Scotland 051 The reputed Scene of a bloody Engagement between Julius Agricola's forces and those of Corbredus Galdus 21st King of Scots towards the end of 1st Century, where the latter is reported to have been victorious. See Page 2.
OS1/10/10/68 [Page] 68 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 51.1
OS1/10/10/69 MAXWELL'S THORN Maxwell's Thorn Maxwell's Thorn Maxwell's Thorn Maxwell's Thorn Maxwells Thorns Maxwells Thorns Thomas Armstrong John Halliday Robert Beattie Original Manuscript written by a neighbouring Proprietor Gazetteer of Scotland New Stat Acc. [Statistical Account] of Dumfriesshire as applied to the two Thorns 043 One of the two thorns, Called "Maxwels Thorns", they were Swept away by a flood, but were recovered and re-planted; the one here mentioned is standing at a Considerable distance from its original site. The old Thorn Called Maxwell's Thorn Commemorates the Spot where Lord Maxwell was killed at the battle of Dryfesands about the year 1600. It (the greatest of the Feudal Conflicts of Scotland in modern times - was between the Maxwells of Nithsdale and Johnstones of Annanvale Aided by the families neighbouring each. The Maxwells were defeated with the loss of 500 of whom many perished in the River Annan and Some were burnt in St Magdalene's Church Lochmaben to which they had fled. The Thorn Stood a tall tree till about 1823, when it was uprooted by the River, but the root and part of the Stem were again planted and still grow within a few yards of its original place.
OS1/10/10/69 [Page] 69 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 51.1 Trace 1. See Page 37 Plan 43/13 [Signed] John Angus Corp [Corporal] RSM [Royal Sappers & Miners]
OS1/10/10/70 AEFUR BRAE Aefur Brae Aefur Brae John Halliday, Johnsfield Thomas Dobie, Johnsfield Thomas Armstong, Drysdalegate 051 [Situation] About 1/14 mile N.W. by W [North West by West] of Lockerbie Market Cross. A ridge of high land at the Northern extremity of whi [which] There is a Roman Camp called the Rings, a few yards South of Drysdalegate, farm house.
OS1/10/10/70 SCAR BRAE Scarbrae Scarbrae Scarbrae Boghead Scar John Halliday of Johnsfield Thomas Dobie of Johnsfield James Armstrong 051 [Situation] 1 1/3 mile N.W. [North West] of Lockerbie Market Cross. A small declivity or brae so called in the District It is also called Boghead Scar, as it is part of the farm, Boghead.
OS1/10/10/70 WOODKIN WELL Woodkin Well Woodkin Well Woodkin Well Woodkin Well John Halliday Thomas Dobie Thomas Armstrong New Stat. Acc. [Statistical Account] of Dryfesdale. 051 [Situation] 10 Chains to the West of Cofferland Hill. A well, formerly used for curing various diseases incident to Rational And irrational Anima [Animals] "It is not used for such Salutory purpose now. Formerly esteemed very powerful Curing and preventing the Effects of Witchcraft" Statistics [Statistical Account]
OS1/10/10/70 [Page] 70 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Plan 51.1 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Danohue
OS1/10/10/71 BOGHEAD Boghead Boguehead John Halliday David Halliday James Carruthers Valuation Rolls Genl Roy's Roman Antiquities 051 A house, offices, and farm property of Andrew Jardine
OS1/10/10/71 COMFORTLAND HILL Comfortland Hill 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.
OS1/10/10/71 DRYFE WATER Dryfe Water 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.
OS1/10/10/71 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.
OS1/10/10/72 LOCHSIDE Lochside David Halliday James Carruthers James Dobie 051 A house, offices, and farm. Occupied by David Halliday property of Duke of Buccleuch
OS1/10/10/72 SNAB (Ruin) Snab David Halliday James Carruthers James Dobie 051 A cottage in ruin, property of the Duke of Buccleuch
OS1/10/10/72 THE CALDRON Caldron Caddroun Old Caldron The Old Caldron David Halliday James Carruthers James Dobie John Halliday Statistical account of Dumfries-shire Statistics of Dryfesdale 051 A marsh and pool the latter very deep, supposed bottomless, all effort to dry it has been in ruin, the marsh when walked on shakes like a spring board Caldron is the correct mode The Caldron is the local application
OS1/10/10/73 MILL ROAD Mill Road John Halliday David Halliday James Carruthers 043; 051 11 chains S. W. of Lochside running N. E. to Johnsfield An occupation road from the village of Johnsfield to the Ph road at Lochside and is so named in the neighborhood
OS1/10/10/73 TORWOOD PLANTATION Torwood Plantation Andrew Dobie, James Carruthers, John Halliday 043; 051 3/4 mile N. W. of Lockerbie A plantation principally consisting of fir trees have a few forest trees interspersed - all of average growth.
OS1/10/10/73 TORWOOD MUIR Torwood Muir Torwood Moor James Carruthers Andrew Dobie John Halliday Genl Roy's Roman Antiquities Johnstones Co Map Adam Johnstone William Porteous David Jardine 043; 051 3/4 mile N. W. of Lockerbie extending North A large district formerly a Moor, now improved and in a good state of cultivation. Muir for Moor is the Custom of the Country
OS1/10/10/73 I believe the 11 chains for Mill Road refers to Gunter's chain, a measuring device used for distances
OS1/10/10/74 BECKTON 051
OS1/10/10/74 MUIRHEAD 051
OS1/10/10/75 LOCKERBIE Lockerby Lockerby Lockerby Lockerbie Lockerbie Lockerbie Lockerby Crawford's Map (Reduced) Black's map of Dumfriesshire Mineralogical Report of Dumfries Webster's Topographical Dictionary Statistics of Dumfries In letters at the Railway Station Milestones on the Road between Dumfries and Lockerbie 051 [Situation] 12 miles East from Dumfries Burgh. A considerable market and Post town pleasantly situated on the east side of the River Annan. It consists of one regular street about 48 chains in length, running from North to South, and another about a quarter of a mile long going off at right angles towards the East. The parish Church of Dryesdale [Dryfesdale], seated on an eminence at the head of the principal Street has a fine effect encompased [encompassed] with a burial ground It has ten well attended fairs Robert Johnstone Douglas of Lockerby house is the proprietor."In all Feus, Leases, Tacks and Assignations advertisements, or Roups and by the Inhabitants, this is written Lockerbie" This Town is supposed to have derived its Name from the Celtic Lock and Bie signifying place of strength, - Accordingly the remains of An Ancient Tower now called the Mains are still pointed out in the Town. Markets chiefly for the Sale of Pork, And in Some instances for Cattle and Horses are held on the 2nd Thursday of January, Feby [February] March, April and May. There is likewise a weekly market for the Sale of Pork. Ten other markets or Fairs are held during the Summer and Autumn months. It is the Seat of a vast lamb fair usually held on the 2nd August O.S. [Old Style] at which there are generally from 50 to 60,000 lambs shewn. It is also a retail depot for all sorts of goods for all central and most of Northern Annandale. in it are several large and elegantly fitted up shops - also two first class Hotels or Inns one of which is a posting house, various literary and religious institutions three places of worship and two Branch Banks. The Caledonian Railway passes through the Town and towards the N.E. [North East] extremity there is an elegant and Commodious Station. Since the introduction of the Railway the Town has been supplied with Gas. The population maybe about 1,00. See Page 2
OS1/10/10/75 [Page] 75 Parish of Drysdale [Dryfesdale] Plan 51.1 Trace 3 [Signed] M Danohue April 1856
OS1/10/10/76 BESSIE'S WELL 051
OS1/10/10/76 WELL STREET [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/77 BRIDGE STREET [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/77 EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW BANK [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/77 TOWNHEAD 051
OS1/10/10/78 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY 043; 051
OS1/10/10/78 POST OFFICE [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/78 ROMAN CAMP [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/79 COMMERCIAL INN [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/79 HIGH STREET [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/79 KING'S ARMS HOTEL [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/80 GEORGE INN [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/81 MARKET CROSS [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/82 COTTAGE GREEN Cottage Green Cottage Green Cottage Green Mrs Charlotte Rogerson Mr A McIntosh Rev [Reverend] Hugh Douglas 051 A neat cottage garden & pleasure ground Robert Johnstone Douglas is the Original proprietor.
OS1/10/10/82 BANKS HILL Bank's Hill Bank's Hill Bank's Hill Mr William Richardson S. McIntosh Rev [Reverend] Hugh Douglas 051 A Small knoll, or rather an oval-like elevation, to which this name applies. I cannot give the altitude, but the correct extent of the Summit is given on Trace.
OS1/10/10/82 STATION [Lockerbie] Lockerbie Station Lockerbie Station Lockerbie Station Railway Station Mr William Richardson Mr McIntosh Mr Irving So called in the town of Lockerbie 051 A rectangular building etc and Platform for the arival and departure of trains in Lockerbie
OS1/10/10/82 Part of the Description is illegible because some text is lost in the binding gutter
OS1/10/10/83 BLACK HULL INN [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/83 CHURCH (United Presbyterian) [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/83 CHURCH [parish, Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/84 BLUE BELL INN [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/84 CROWN INN [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/84 WESTERN BANK [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/85 SHILLAHILL COTTAGES Shillahill Cottages Shillahill Cottages Shillahill Cottages Shillinghill Shelliehill Mr John Halliday Mr David Halliday Mr J Richardson Report of Enclosure of Bengal or Pilmuir Common An old Tombstone in Dalton Kirkyard 051 Cottages & gardens, so called, formerly it was Turnmuir, property of Duke of Buccleuch
OS1/10/10/85 TURNMUIR PLANTATION Turnmuir Plantation Turnmuir Plantation Turnmuir Plantation Turnmuir Loch Turnmuir Loch Turnmuir Loch Rev Hugh Douglas Mr [William] Richardson Mr J Halliday Adam Johnstone Andrew Dobie John Halliday 051 fir plantation, property of Duke of Buccleuch. This might be written Turnmoor but such has no evidence in the District A small loch now used a Mill Dam, this was formerly much larger but has been drained and filled in
OS1/10/10/86 CALDRON BURN 051
OS1/10/10/86 MILLHILL 050; 051
OS1/10/10/86 TURNMUIR MILL (Corn) 051
OS1/10/10/87 KIRK BURN 043; 051
OS1/10/10/87 TURNMUIR BURN 050; 051
OS1/10/10/88 EWE AND LAMB INN [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/88 FAIRHOLM 051
OS1/10/10/89 TOWNFOOT 051
OS1/10/10/90 LOCKERBIE T.P. 051
OS1/10/10/90 NETHERPLACE 051
OS1/10/10/91 MANSE [U.P., Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/91 QUAAS LOANING 051
OS1/10/10/92 GAS WORKS [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/92 TOWER [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/93 COLDLANDS PLANTATION Coldlands Plantation Coldlands Plantation Coldlands Plantation Robert Porteous John Nicol John Douglas 043; 051 A mixed plantation on the brow of Lockerbiehill. The property of R I Douglas
OS1/10/10/93 LOCKERBIE Lockerbie Lockerbie Lockerbie Lockerbie Lockerbie Charles Stewart Esq William Porteous John Nicol Revd Mr White 051 A large village 12 miles from Dumfries and 10 from Annan having the Caledonian Railway passing through it, there is a weekly market, & several fairs annualyy. There are two good Inns, and several Public houses, the Parish - Free Church & United Presbyterian and two Parochial Schools. There are also branch banks
OS1/10/10/93 MATTHEW'S LOANING Matthew's Loaning Matthew's Loaning Matthew's LOaning Robert Porteous William Richardson James Boyes 051 An Occupation Road extending from Bridge Street to Dryfe Road
OS1/10/10/94 MOUNT HOOLIE 051
OS1/10/10/94 SCROGS CLEUCH 051
OS1/10/10/94 STATION [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/95 LOCKERBIE FAIR GROUND 043; 051
OS1/10/10/95 LOCKERBIE HILL 043; 051
OS1/10/10/95 SCHOOL [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/96 [page] 96 Trace 1
OS1/10/10/97 Mounthoolie Plantation Mount Hoolly Wood Mounteilly Plantation Mounteilly Plantation Do Do Mounthooley Plantation Do Hoolie-flour Mr James Douglas Mr John Nieall Robert Douglas William Porteous James Boyes Mr Ferguson. Schoolmaster William Richardson. Dr Jamieson In Eastern vicinity of Lockerbie A large irregular portion of mixed land on Lockerbie Hill having on it summit a Trig Station called Mount Hoolly and is the property of Robert Johnstone Douglas Lockesllie. Hreede[?] -- Some persons say that this is a French word, others that it means to mount or ascend slowly, Hooley being a Scotch word signifying slow or difficult people [?]
OS1/10/10/97 Lockerbie Fair Ground (Lockerbie Lamb Fair 'Ground') Lockerbie Fair Ground Do Do Revr. Mr. White Minister Mr James Douglas Mr John Nicoll Robert Douglas William Porteous 1/2 mile from Lockerbie Market Cross. Th. is a portion of Lockerbie Hill where Lcokerbie Fair is hild. Which is considered the largest in Scotland. It is held on 13th August on each year ---there are other fairs as well as the Lamb Fair.
OS1/10/10/98 BRIDGE STREET [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/98 FREE CHURCH [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/98 MANSE [F.C., Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/98 ROSEBANK 051
OS1/10/10/99 CROSS KEYS INN [Lockerbie] 051
OS1/10/10/99 HURKLE BURN 043; 051
OS1/10/10/99 WHITEWOOLLEN 051
OS1/10/10/100 HUTTON HILL 051
OS1/10/10/100 MELLANTAE WOOD 051
OS1/10/10/101 LOCKERBIEHILL 051
OS1/10/10/101 MAINSHILL 051
OS1/10/10/102 CATCH-HALL 051
OS1/10/10/102 DROVE FORD 051
OS1/10/10/102 WATER OF MILK 043; 051
OS1/10/10/103 HURKLE BRIDGE 051
OS1/10/10/103 RUMBLE POOL 051
OS1/10/10/104 [page] 104
OS1/10/10/105 SCALES CLEUCH 043; 051
OS1/10/10/105 SCALESCLEUCH BRIDGE 051
OS1/10/10/105 TODHOLE WOOD 051
OS1/10/10/106 FORT [nr Raggiewhat] 051
OS1/10/10/107 LINNS 051
OS1/10/10/107 POTTS' CLEUCH 043; 051
OS1/10/10/108 UNDERWOOD 051
OS1/10/10/109 SCROGS BRIDGE 051
OS1/10/10/109 SCROGS MILL (Corn) 051
OS1/10/10/110 BLUE EEL POOL 051
OS1/10/10/110 SCROGS CLEUCH 051
OS1/10/10/111 RIVER ANNAN 050; 051; 056
OS1/10/10/111 RIVER ANNAN (Old Course) 050
OS1/10/10/111 SHILLAHILL T.P. 050
OS1/10/10/112 MANTUARIGG SCAR 050
OS1/10/10/112 SHILLAHILL BRIDGE 050
OS1/10/10/113 ESKRIG 051
OS1/10/10/113 FORT [Eskrigg] 051
OS1/10/10/113 HALL BURN 051
OS1/10/10/114 FORT [Eskrigg] 051
OS1/10/10/115 HAYRIGG 051
OS1/10/10/115 HAYRIGG COTTAGE 051
OS1/10/10/115 PEATFORD 051
OS1/10/10/116 SOUTH QUAAS 051
OS1/10/10/117 ROBERTHILL 051
OS1/10/10/118 HALLBURN COTTAGES 051
OS1/10/10/119 FIRPARK 051
OS1/10/10/119 HENRYHALL 051
OS1/10/10/119 PILMUIR 051
OS1/10/10/120 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY 043; 051
OS1/10/10/120 PILMUIR COMMON 051
OS1/10/10/121 SHUTTLEFIELD 051
OS1/10/10/122 PILMUIR COMMON Pilmuir Common Charles Stewart Esqre. Forming Sn. division of this Parish See Page 120.
OS1/10/10/123 RIVER ANNAN River Annan Mr. William Wright Mr. John Waugh William Halliday Esqr. Forming Western Parish Boundary A Considerable River having its source near Moffat and falls into the Solway Firth.
OS1/10/10/123 Rest of entries on page crossed out.
OS1/10/10/124 GEORGE'S HOLE 050
OS1/10/10/124 MAUGER POOL 050
OS1/10/10/124 MILLER'S HOLE 050
OS1/10/10/124 WILLIE'S POOL 051
OS1/10/10/125 BENGALL Bengall Bengall Bengall Bengall Bengall Bengall Bengall Bengal Bengaw & Bengall Mr. William Wright Mr. John Waugh Mr. John French a Tombstone in Dalton Kirkyaird 1763. Ancient Valuation Rolls. Statistics of Parish Johnstones Co. [County] Map Chalmers' Caledonia Genl. [General] Roy's Roman Antiquities & Valn. [Valuation] Rolls 1829. 050 A Farmhouse and extensive outbuildings with garden and lands attached. the property of Lord Mansfield. William Wright Occupant.
OS1/10/10/125 BENGALL BURN Bengall Burn Bengall Burn Bengall Burn Mr. William Wright Mr. John Waugh William Halliday Esqr. 050; 051 A small Rivulet running through the lands of Bengall into the River Annan.
OS1/10/10/125 BENGALLHILL Bengallhill Bengallhill Bengallhill Mr. William Wright Mr. John Waugh Adam Waugh Esqr. 050 This name P [per, according to] modern authors signifies the Hill of the Gauls, but P [per, according to] Genl. [General] Roy "Bengall" means the works of Do. [Ditto] A Farmhouse and outbuildings with garden and lands attached. Adam Waugh Esqr. Owner.
OS1/10/10/125 125 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 50.12 Trace 4 Bengall Burn Situation About 12 chains S.E. from Hallburn running S [South] by W [West]. Bengall Situation 2 1/2 miles S.W. from Lockerbie Market Cross Bengallhill Situation 2 3/4 miles S.W. from Lockerbie Market Cross. Philip Munro Pt. [Private] R.S. & M. [Royal Sappers and Miners]
OS1/10/10/126 BENGALL MOOR Bengall Moor Bengall Moor Bengall Moor Mr. William Wright Mr. John Waugh William Halliday Esqr. [Esquire] 050; 051 An extensive tract of [of high uncultivated Moorland the property of Lord Mansfield] [the previous bracketed words were crossed through] land partly cultivated, planted, and Moor.
OS1/10/10/126 BENGALL PLANTATION Bengall Plantation Bengall Plantation Bengall Plantation Mr. William Wright Mr. John Waugh William halliday Esqr. [Esquire] 050; 051 An extensive Plantation on the Farm of Bengall, the property of Lord Mansfield.
OS1/10/10/126 126, Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 50.12 Trace 4 Bengall Plantation Situation About 2 3/4 miles S.W. by S. from Lockerbie Market Cross. Bengall Moor Situation About 2 3/4 miles S.W. by W. from Lockerbie extending East therefrom _ Philip Munro Pt. [Private] R.S. & M. [Royal Sappers and Miners]
OS1/10/10/127 BENGALL BURN 050; 051
OS1/10/10/127 FORT [Bengali Moor] 051
OS1/10/10/127 HALL BURN 051
OS1/10/10/128 CAMP [Castlehill] 051
OS1/10/10/128 CASTLEHILL 051
OS1/10/10/128 FORT [Castlehill] 051
OS1/10/10/129 CAMP [Limestonerig] 051
OS1/10/10/130 PILMUIR COMMON Pilmuir Common Charles Stewart Esqr. 051 See Page 120,
OS1/10/10/130 [page] 130. Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 51.9, Pilmuir Common situation - Forming Sn. [Southern] division of this Parish
OS1/10/10/130 The name PILMUIR COMMON was accompanied by the comment "See Page 120 for character_"
OS1/10/10/131 WHITE HILL 051
OS1/10/10/132 Only entry on page crossed out.
OS1/10/10/133 FARQUHAR MOSS 051
OS1/10/10/134 SOUTHFIELD 051
OS1/10/10/135 COPWOOD Copwood Copwood Copwood Copewood Copwood Copewood William Halliday Esqr Adam Waugh Esgr. Mr. John French Valuation Rolls Johnstones Co Map Genl. [General] Roy's Map of Annandale 050 A farmhouse and outbuildings with garden and lands attached. the property of William Halliday Esqr.
OS1/10/10/135 UPPER COPWOOD Upper Copwood Upper Copwood Upper Copwood William Halliday Esqr. Adam Waugh Esqr. Mr. John French 050 A small cottage one story in height with garden attached. the property of Adam Waugh Esqr.
OS1/10/10/135 135 Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 50.16 Trace 2 Philip Munro Pt. [Private] R.S. & M. [Royal Sappers and Miners]
OS1/10/10/136 COPWOOD HILL 050
OS1/10/10/137 DORMONT ISLAND 050
OS1/10/10/137 LINN MILL (Corn) 050
OS1/10/10/138 PILMUIR COMMON Pilmuir Common Charles Stewart Esqre Farming Sn. division of this Parish See Page 120.
OS1/10/10/138 This is the same as entry OS1/10/10/122
OS1/10/10/139 BECK BURN 051
OS1/10/10/140 BECK BRIDGE 051
OS1/10/10/141 BLACK CRAG POOL 051
OS1/10/10/142 BECK 051
OS1/10/10/142 DALTONHOOK 051
OS1/10/10/142 DALTONHOOK COTTAGE 051
OS1/10/10/143 DORMONT POOL Dormont Pool Dormont Pool Dormont Pool Mr. John French William Halliday Esqr. [Esquire] William Porteous 056 A deep pool situate in the River Annan opposite Dormont
OS1/10/10/143 WILLIAMWATH BRIDGE 051
OS1/10/10/143 143. Parish of Dryfesdale Plan 56.4 Trace 1 Dormont Pool Situation In River Annan River Annan River Annan River Annan River Annan Mr. John French William Halliday Esqr. [Esquire] William Porteous. Situation Forming for the most part Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary Description A considerable River having its source near Moffat, and falls into the Solway Firth. R. Stotherd Capt. Rl. Engrs. [Captain Royal Engineers] 30th. July 1856_
OS1/10/10/143 Williamwath Bridge is not present on this page but River Annan is!
OS1/10/10/144 144 OS1/10/10 Co. DUMFRIES Parish of Dryfesdale. Ordnance Survey Manuscript Store Southampton 15 Mar 1898 Scale 25.344 ...PLAN............Page ...................From....To 43.5.............3..........4 43.6.............5..........8 43.7.............9........10 42.12.........11........12 43.9...........13........16 43.10.........17........26 43.11.........27........32 42.16.........33........36 43.13.........37........48 43.14.........49........56 43.15.........57........64 50.4...........65........68 51.1...........69........92 51.2...........93......104 51.3.........105......110 50.8.........111......112 51.5.........113......121 51.6.........121......122 50.12.......123......126 51.9.........127......134 50.16.......135......138 51.13.......139......142 56.4.........143......144 23 plans
OS1/10/10/144 Ordnance Survey Manuscript Store date stamp for 15 March 1898. The plan reference numbers were originally listed in Roman Numerals and these have been transcribed into Arabic numerals. There appear to be errors in the page numbers; the locations linked to plan reference 51.5 do not terminate on page 121 as indexed, but on either page 119 or page 120. Page 120 does not have a plan reference written on it and could be either 51.5 or 51.6. Plan reference 50.12 commences on page 122 and not page 123. The plan / page indexing problems appear to have arisen because details for Pilmuir Common are given on two different pages, 120 and 122.
OS1/10/10/146 [Page] 146 INDEX [Column 1] Plan -- Name of Object -- Pages 43/14 -- Lockerbie House -- 49 43/14 -- Lockerbiehouse Wood -- 49 43/14 51/2 -- Lockerbie Hill -- 53.95. 43/14 51/2 -- Lockerbie Fair Ground -- 53.95. 43/14 -- Little Hutton Chapel (Cameronian [?]) -- 56 43/15 -- Lauderhook -- 64 51/1 -- Lochside -- 72 51/1 51/2 -- Lockerbie -- 75. 93 52/2 -- Lockerbiehill -- 101 51/3 -- Linns -- 107 51/5 51/9 -- Limestonerigg -- 118. 129. 50/16 -- Linn Mill -- 137 43/6 -- Mary's Cleugh -- 5 43/4 -- Murdoch's Hill -- 31 43/11 -- Murdoch's Loch -- 31 43/12 -- Maxwell's Thorn -- 37 50/4 57/1 -- Millhill -- 67. 86 57/1 43/13 -- Mill Road -- 73. 45 57/1 -- Muirhead -- 74 57/1 57/2 -- Matthews Loaning -- 76. 93 57/1 -- Market Cross -- 81 67/1 -- Manse (U.P.) [United Presbyterian] -- 91 59/2 -- Mounthoolie -- 94 57/2 -- Mounthoolie Plantation -- 97 57/2 -- Manse -- 96 51/2 -- Mellentae Wood -- 98 57/2 -- Mainshill -- 101 51/8 -- Mantuarigg Scar -- 112 60/2 -- Millers Hole -- 124 50/12 -- Manger Pool -- 124 [Column 2] Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 43/6 43/7 43/10 43/11 -- Newfield Moor -- 7. 9. 19. 27 43/6 43/10 -- Newfield Hill -- 7. 19 43/10 -- Newfield -- 18 43/10 -- Newfield Plantation -- 19 43/11 -- North Corrielaw -- 29 51/1 -- Netherplace -- 90 50/4 -- Old Boat Pool -- 67 43/10 -- Peelhouses -- 21 43/10 -- Peelhouses Hill -- 24 43/10 43/14 -- Peelhouses Moor -- 24. 50 43/10 -- Peelhouses-hill -- 25 43/15 57/2 -- Potts Cleugh -- 63. 107 51/1 -- Post Office -- 78 51/1 -- Police Station -- 92 51/5 -- Peatford -- 115 51/5 -- Pilmuir -- 119 51/1 -- Queens Loaning -- 91 42/16 42/13 -- Roman Camps -- 33. 38 50/4 50/8 50/12 50/14 56/4 57/13 -- River Annan -- 66.10. 123. 135. 139. 143 50/4 50/8 50/12 -- River Annan (Old Course) -- 67. 111. 124 51/1 -- Roman Camp -- 78 51/2 -- Rosebank -- 98 51/2 -- Rumble Pool -- 101 51/3 -- Raggienwhat -- 106 51/5 -- Roberthill -- 117 51/9 -- Roman Camp -- 129 51/1 -- Roman Camps -- 68. 78 [Column 3] Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 43/9 -- Sandbed -- 14 43/9 -- Scar -- 16 43/10 -- St Michael's Walls -- 17 43/10 -- St Michael's Chapel (Site) -- 17 43/10 -- St Michaels -- 23 43/10 43/11 43/15 -- Slodahill Burn -- 26. 51. 61 43/4 -- Sloda Hill -- 30 43/11 -- South Corrielaw -- 32 43/12 -- Site of Battle of Dryfesands -- 39 43/13 -- Site of Church -- 40 43/13 -- Site of Tower -- 42 43/13 -- Site of Chapel -- 48 43/14 -- Slack -- 49 43/14 43/15 -- Slodahill -- 51. 57 43/14 -- Slodahill Cottage -- 54 43/15 51/3 -- Scales Cleugh -- 62. 105 50/4 -- Shillahill -- 66 51/1 -- Scar Brae -- 70 51/1 -- Snab -- 72 51/4 51/2 -- Station (Railway) -- 82. 94 51/1 -- Shillahill Cottage -- 86 51/2 51/3 -- Scrogs Cleugh -- 94. 110 51/3 -- Scalescleugh Bridge -- 105 51/3 -- Scrogs Mill -- 109 51/3 -- Scrogs Bridge -- 109 50/8 -- Shillahill T.P. [Turnpike] -- 111 50/8 -- Shillahill Bridge -- 112 51/5 -- South Lymans [?] -- 116 51/6 -- Shuttlefield -- 121 51/9 -- Southfield -- 134 51/2 -- Schools (Parish) -- 95 43/7 43/11 -- Thief's Cleugh -- 9. 28 [Column 4] Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 43/10 -- Turf Rigg -- 22 43/13 -- Torwood Ford -- 39 43/13 -- The Manse -- 41 43/13 -- Torwood -- 41 43/13 51/1 -- Torwood Muir -- 41. 73 43/13 -- Torwood Plantation -- 41 43/13 -- Torwood Cottage -- 45 50/4 51/1 -- Turnmuir Burn -- 66. 87 51/1 -- Townhead -- 77 51/1 -- Turnmuir Plantation -- 85 51/1 51/5 -- Turnmuir -- 85. 114 51/1 -- Turnmuir Mill -- 86 51/1 -- Townfoot -- 89 51/1 -- Tower -- 93 57/3 -- Todhole Wood -- 103 43/6 43/7 43/10 43/11 43/14 43/15 -- Upper Common -- 7. 10. 23. 28. 51. 57 51/3 -- Underwood -- 108 50/15 -- Upper Copwood -- 135 43/10 -- Whiteknowesend Plantation -- 18 43/14 -- Whitewoollen Hill -- 50 43/14 -- Whitewoollenhass -- 52 51/1 -- Woodkin Well -- 70 51/1 -- Well Street -- 76 51/1 -- Western Bank -- 84 51/2 -- Whitewoollen -- 97 42/15 51/3 -- Water of Milk -- 64. 109 51/5 -- Willies Pool -- 124 51/9 -- White Hill -- 131 51/13 -- Williamwath Bridge -- 143
OS1/10/10/146 Index page, ruled for 4 columns of "name of Object, each with associated "Plans" and "Page" numbers.