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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SUNNY BRAE Sunny Brae
Sunny Brae
Thomas Hall
A. Halliday
034 [Situation] 30 Chains N.W. [North West] of Rashie Knowe
Applied to a small piece of ground that rises gradually from the road (between Eskdale & Lockerby) to the stone Wall which bounds the parish, it is situate near "Fenton Yett" and is covered with rough pasture.
SNAILCAP KNOWE Snailcap Knowe
Snailcap Knowe
Thomas Hall
A. Halliday
034 [Situation] About 25 Chains N.W [North West] of Rashie Knowe
A small hill situate on the east side of "Sunny Brae" covered with rough pasture, and belonging to Tanlawhill Farm.
MUCKLE HOWSTRUTHERS BURN Muckle Howstruthers Burn
Muckle Howstruthers Burn
Thomas Hall
A. Halliday
034 [Situation] Flows N.E. [North East] from Drove Yett
A small stream rising in "Snailcap Knowe" and running in a N.E. [North East] direction till it joins "Black Esk."
RASHIE KNOWE Rashie Knowe
Rashie Knowe
Thomas Hall
A Halliday
034 [Situation] 35 Chains N.E. [North East] of Fenton Heights
Applied to an eminence on the farm of Tanlawhill covered with rough pasture. A Trigl. Sta. [Trigonometrical Station] stands on the Summit of this hill.

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Eskdalemuir Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 34 No. 8 Trace 2

Muckle Howstruthers Burn [note] - Correct. This should be one word

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