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Dumfriesshire volume 15

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info
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OS1/10/15/2 ESKDALEMUIR Parish of Eskdalemuir See Name Sheets 10 No. 16
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OS1/10/15/3 NETHERLAND RIG Netherland Rig Netherland Rig Thomas Hall Andrew Halliday 034 [Situation] About 3/4 of a Mile N [North] of Sergeant Knowe Is an eminence on the farm of Todshawhill covered with rough pasture. A stone wall seperating the parishes of Hutton & Corrie, and Eskdalemuir passes over this hill, and on its summit stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station
OS1/10/15/3 [Page] 3 Eskdalemuir Parish -- Sheet 34 No. 4 Trace 1
OS1/10/15/4 GREENGATE HEAD Greengate Head Greengate Head Andrew Halliday Castle Hill Thomas Hall Trainhowes 025; 034 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile N.E. [North East] from Sandyford This word applies to a hill on the farm of Todshawhill, it is situate on the West side of the road from Lockerby to Eskdalemuir and on the East side of Black Esk River, a little above "Sandyford" Herds house, and its surface it is covered with rough pasture There is a Trigl. Stn.[Trigonometrical Station] on the summit of this hill.
OS1/10/15/4 BLACK ESK Black Esk See Name Sheet No 2 Eskdalemuir Page 16
OS1/10/15/4 [Page] 4 Eskdalemuir Parish -- Sheet 34 No. 4 Trace 2
OS1/10/15/5 SERGEANT KNOWE Sergeant Knowe Sergeant Knowe Thomas Hall Andrew Halliday 034 [Situation] About 14 Chains West of Sandyford An eminence on the farms of Todshawhill and Tanlawhill the surface of which is rough pasture. A stone wall, dividing the parishes of Eskdalemuir and Hutton & Corrie runs over this hill.
OS1/10/15/5 WELL BOG Well Bog Well Bog Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Sandyford 034 [Situation] To the South of Greengate Head. A Small piece of marshy ground.
OS1/10/15/5 [Page] 5 Eskdalemuir Parish -- Sheet 34 No. 4 Trace 3 Muckle Howstruthers Burn [note] - See page 13
OS1/10/15/6 SANDYFORD Sandyford Sandyford Thomas Hall Trainhowes Andrew Halliday Castle Hill 034 [Situation] About 15 Chains E. by S. [East by South] from Sergeant Knowe. Applied to a house on the farm of Todshawhill, one storey high, thatched with garden attached, occupied by Matthew Little Shepherd. It is the property of the Duke of Buccleuch.
OS1/10/15/6 TRAINHOWES Trainhowes Trainhowes Thomas Hall Andrew Halliday 034 [Situation[ S.W [South West] of Sandyford A small house one storey high thatched, having garden attached. It is on the farm of Tanlawhill and situate on the road between Eskdalemuir & Lockerby. It is occupied by Thomas Hall shepherd and the property of the Duke of Buccleuch.
OS1/10/15/6 [Page] 6 Eskdalemuir Parish -- Sheet 34 No. 4 Trace 4
OS1/10/15/7 LEA BRAE Lea Brae Thomas Hall Shepherd Trainhowes Andrew Halliday Castlehill 034 [Situation] About 30 Chains South of Rashie Knowe A Small hill, on Tanlawhill farm occupied by G.G. Bell Esqr. Castleo'er and the property of the Duke of Buccleugh. This hill is situated on the S.W. [South West] side of the Black Esk. The Parish Boundary passes over this hill and the Surface consists of rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/7 BLACK EDGE Black Edge Black Edge Black Edge Black Edge John Elliot Blackeskhead James Elliot, Middleholm Thomas Hislop, Todshawhill Robert Rogerson, Tanlawhill 034
OS1/10/15/7 MINISTER'S SLACK Minister's Slack Minister's Slack Minister's Slack James Elliot Middleholm Thomas Hislop Robert Rogerson 034 An opening between Black Edge and Loch Knowe, the surface of which is boggy.
OS1/10/15/7 [Page] 7 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 34 No. 8 Trace 4
OS1/10/15/8 CORRIE KNOWE Corrie Knowe Thomas Hall Shepherd Trainhowes Andrew Halliday Castlehill 034 [Situation] East of Loch Knowe A small hill, over which the Ph. [Parish] Boundary passes, on the Tanlawhill farm, occupied by G.G. Bell Esqr. of Castleo'er and the property of the Duke of Buccleugh. This hill is situated on the S. [South] side of the Black Esk and the E. [East] of Loch Knowe and the Surface consists of rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/8 LOCH KNOWE Loch Knowe Thomas Hall Shepherd Trainhowes Andrew Halliday Castlehill 034 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E [South East] of Rashie Knowe A Small hill, on the Tanlawhill farm, over which the parish Boundary passes. It is situated on the N. [North] side of Corrie Knowe and S. [South] of the Black Esk. The Surface consists of rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/8 [Page] 8 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 34 No. 8 Trace 5
OS1/10/15/9 FENTON YET Fenton Yet Thomas Hall Andrew Halliday 034 [Situation] 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] of Rashie Knowe a passage in the parish - Boundary through which the road from Eskdale Muir to Lockerbie passes. It is on the W. [West] of Sandyford.
OS1/10/15/9 [Page] 9 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 34 No. 8 Trace 1
OS1/10/15/10 FENTON HEIGHTS Fenton Heights Thomas Hall Shepherd A. Halliday 034 [Situation] 1/2 Mile S.W. [South West] of Rashie Knowe A small hill, on Tanlawhill farm, occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er, the property of the Duke of Buccleugh. This Hill is Situated on the South Side of the road leading from Eskdale Muir to Boreland and Lockerbie and the surface consists of Rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/10 [Page] 10 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 34 No. 8 Trace 1 Drove Yett - [entry crossed out]
OS1/10/15/11 LITTLEHOWESTRUTHERS BURN Little Howstruthers Burn Little Howstruthers Burn Thomas Hall Trainhowes Andrew Halliday Castlehill 034 [Situation] Flows North from Rashie Knowe. A small stream which takes its rise at the eastern base of "Rushie Knowe", and flowing from that in a southerly direction till it joins "Mucklehowestruthers Burn" near its confluence with "Black Esk."
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OS1/10/15/13 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.
OS1/10/15/13 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.
OS1/10/15/13 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."
OS1/10/15/13 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.
OS1/10/15/13 [Page] 13 Eskdalemuir Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 34 No. 8 Trace 2 Muckle Howstruthers Burn [note] - Correct. This should be one word
OS1/10/15/14 BROOMY RIG Broomy Rig Broomy Rig Thomas Hall Trainhowes Andrew Halliday Castle Hill 034 [Situation] 1/2 Mile N.E [North East] of Fenton Heights A hill of a ridge-like shape on the Farm of "Tanlawhill" covered with rough pasture & on its summit stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station.
OS1/10/15/14 GREEN KNOWE Green Knowe Green Knowe Thomas Hall Andrew Halliday 034; 035 [Situation] 1/2 Mile E by N [East by North] of Rashie Knowe A small oval shaped eminence on Tanlawhill Farm. It is situate on the East of Broomy Rig & covered with rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/14 TRAINPOOL BURN Trainpool Burn Trainpool Burn Thomas Hall Trainhowes Andrew Halleday Castlehill 034 [Situation] Flows 1/2 Mile E [East] of Rashie Knowe A small stream which takes its rise at the western base of "Corrie Knowe" and flowing from that in a southerly direction till it joins "Black Esk" a little below "Trainhowes".
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OS1/10/15/15 THE MOUNT The Mount The Mount William Paterson Farmer. Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 035 [Situation] 3/4 of a Mile N.W [North West] of Twiglees. A considerable hill, the surface of which is covered with heathy pasture and having upon its summit a Trignamatical [Trigonometrical] Station called "Mount". It is upon the farm of Twiglees - and belongs to the Duke of Buccleugh
OS1/10/15/15 DIKE MEADOW KNOWE Dike Meadow Knowe Dike Meadow Knowe William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 035 [Situation] 1/2 Mile W by N [West by North] of Twiglees Is a considerable hill, the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, having upon its summit a Trignamatical [Trigonometrical] Station called "Quarry Hill". It stands upon the farm of Twiglees and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/15 PUDDING HOLE Pudding Hole Pudding Hole William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Simon Beattie Shepherd Dinnings 035 [Situation] 3/4 of a Mile N.W. [North West] of Twiglees A small hollow covered with rough pasture; having a sheep shelter in the bottom of it.
OS1/10/15/15 [Page]15 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 1 Trace 1
OS1/10/15/16 MOSSFAULD SIKE Mossfall Syke William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 035 [Situation] Flows about 20 Chains E [East] of The Mount A small stream which rises [--] and running southwardly falls into Twiglees Burn about 9 chains to the south of Hareshaw
OS1/10/15/16 HAYSTELL SIKE Haystell Syke Haystell Syke William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 035 [Situation] Joins Twiglees Burn 15 Chains West of Cog Rig A small rivulet which rises near to a "sheep shelter" and running eastwardly falls into "Twiglees Burn a little to the westward of Cog-Rig.
OS1/10/15/16 HARESHAW SIKE Hareshaw Syke Hareshaw Syke William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 035 [Situation] Flows about 33 Chains North of Twiglees A small rivulet which rises north from Cog-Rig and running westwardly falls into Twiglees Burn about 10 chains south from "Mossfall syke"
OS1/10/15/16 COG RIG Cog-Rig Cog-Rig William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 035 [Situation] About 15 Chains North of Twiglees Is a small hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture and having upon its summit a Trignamatical [Trigonometrical] station called "Twiglees" it stands upon the farm of Twiglees a little to the northward of Twiglees Farmhouse. It is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
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OS1/10/15/17 HARESHAW RIG Hareshaw Rig William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 026; 035 [Situation] About 1/3 Mile N.E. [North East] of Twiglees Is a considerable hill or ridge, the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, and having upon its summit a Trignamatical [Trigonometrical] station called "Hareshaw Moss" it is situated upon the farms of Twiglees and Castlehill and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/17 PRY HOLE Pry Hole William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees 035 [Situation] About 1 mile N.E [North East] of Twiglees A flat and low lying piece of rough pasture ground near to "Black Burn". It is upon the farm of "Castlehill" and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/17 MEIN GAIR Mean Gair William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 A small piece of rough pasture intersected by the boundary fence between the farms of "Castlehill" and Twiglees. It is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/17 [Page] 17 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35. No. 1. Trace 3. Mein Gair [note] - Cancelled [but still listed in the Index]. Mein, "Common" Jamiesons Scott: Dicty. [Scottish Dictionary] White Knowe [note] - Cancelled
OS1/10/15/18 ROUGH SIKE Rough Syke William Hyslop Farmer Todshawhill William Paterson Farmer Twiglees 035 [Situation] Flows 35 Chains S.W. [South West] from Dike Meadow Knowe A small stream which rises near "[--] and running South and East, falls into "Black Esk" about 3/4 of a Mile West from the farm of Twiglees.
OS1/10/15/18 BLACK BURN Black Burn Black Burn Mr William Hyslop Farmer, Todshawhill Mr. William Paterson Farmer Twiglees See Name Sheet 26 No. 9
OS1/10/15/18 TWIGLEES BURN Twiglees Burn See Name Book No. 4 Eskdalemuir Page 22
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OS1/10/15/19 TWIGLEES Twiglees Twiglees Twiglees William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Mathew Little Shepherd Twiglees Johnston's Co. [County] map. 035 [Situation] S.W. [South West] of Cog Rig Consists of a good farm house one story high with offices all in very good repair, there are also attached a very large sheep farm, occupied by Mr. William Paterson. It is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/19 BLACK ESK Black Esk See Page 4.
OS1/10/15/19 CLATTERING SIKE Clattering Sike See Page 38
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OS1/10/15/20 TODSHAW MOSS Todshaw Moss Todshaw Moss William Hyslop Farmer Todshawhill William Paterson Farmer Twiglees 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile East of Twiglees Is a small piece of Bogy ground lying to the North of Todshawhill. It is upon the farm of Todshawhill and belongs to the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/20 TODSHAWHILL Todshawhill Todshawhill Todshawhill William Hyslop Farmer & Occupier Todshawhill William Paterson Farmer Twiglees Johnston's Co. [County] map. 035 [Situation] About 30 chains S.E. [South East] of Twiglees Is a farm house one story high with suitable offices all in good repair. There are also attached a vegetable garden and a sheep farm occupied by William Hyslop. It is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/20 TODSHAW HILL Todshaw Hill Todshaw Hill William Hyslop Farmer Todshawhill William Paterson Farmer Twiglees 035 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile S.E [South East] of Twiglees A very considerable hill having upon its summit a [Trigonometrical] station called 'Todgie Hill'. It is covered with rough pasture, is upon the farm of "Todshawhill", and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/20 [Page] 20 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 36. No. 1. Trace 6.
OS1/10/15/21 LOWER BURYING KNOWE Lower Burying Knowe William Hyslop Farmer. Todshawhill William Paterson Farmer. Twiglees 035 [Situation] 3/4 of a Mile East of Twiglees Is a small hillock very near to a Roman Camp from which circumstance it is supposed to take its name. It is upon the farm of Todshawhill - and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/21 UPPER BURYING KNOWE Upper Burying Knowe William Hyslop Farmer Todshawhill William Paterson Farmer Twiglees 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E [South East] of Twiglees Is a small hillock and like the above "Lower Burying Knowe" is near the above "Roman Camp" from which it is also supposed to takes its name. It is upon the farm of Todshawhill - and belongs to the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/15/21 FORT (Remains of) [Todshaw Moss] Camp William Hyslop Farmer Todshawhill William Paterson Farmer Twiglees 035 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile E by S [East by South] from Twiglees This place was pointed out to me by Mr. William Hyslop (upon whose farm it is situate) as being the site of an Encampment, he says that his predecessors informed him that from time immemorial it had been considered as such. It is much obliterated but the fosse on the south side is quite distinct, it is also visible in other parts. This appears to be a camp of British origin.
OS1/10/15/21 [Page] 21 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35. No. 1. Trace 6
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OS1/10/15/23 OVER RIG Over Rig Simon Beattie Shepherd Dinnings Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile West from White Haugh A Ridge or hill covered with rough pasture extending southwardly from the fence which forms the boundary between the farms of Castlehill and Castle O'er, to near Black Burn, it is upon the farm of Castle O'er the property of G. Graham Bell Esq. Melville Street Edinburgh
OS1/10/15/23 CASTLEHILL SHIEL Castlehill Sheil Simon Beattie Shepherd Dinnings Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 This is now a Sheepfold; but about fifty years ago there were houses here which were so called, and by which name this place is still known. There are none of the remains or sites of the houses now to be seen. It is upon the farm of Castlehill the property of the representatives of the late Thomas Bell Esqr. of Tanlawhill
OS1/10/15/23 [Page] 23 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35. No.2. Trace 1 Castlehill Sheil [note] - Cancelled [but still listed in Index]
OS1/10/15/24 WORMS HILL Worms Hill Simon Beattie Shepherd Dinnings Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 026; 035 [Situation] 1/2 Mile W. [West] of Castlehill A considerable hill, the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, it is upon the farm of Castlehill the property of the representatives of the late Thomas Bell Esqr. of Tanlawhill
OS1/10/15/24 LONG FELL Long Fell Simon Beattie Shepherd Dinnings Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] 1/2 Mile S.W. [South West] of Castlehill A small ridge or hill so called, it is south of "Worms Hill" and west from "Hagg Cleugh-head" - it is upon Castlehill farm" the property of the representatives of the late Thomas Bell Esqr. of Tanlawhill
OS1/10/15/24 HAG CLEUCH HEAD Hag Cleugh Head Simon Beattie Shepherd Dinnings Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 20 Chains S.W. [South West] of Castlehill Is a tract of rough pasture lying at the head of "Hagg cleugh" (from which it takes its name.) It is upon the farm of Castlehill, the property of the representatives of the late Thomas Bell Esqr. of Tanlawhill
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OS1/10/15/25 WHITE HAUGH PLANTATION WhiteHaugh Plantn. [Plantation] Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile South of Castlehill A small wood consisting of young and full grown trees all firs. Situated on the east side of White Esk nearly oposite Whitefell Plantation.
OS1/10/15/25 HAG CLEUCH Hag Cleugh Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] S.W. [South West] of Castlehill A small ruged glen situated a little to the south west of Castlehill. Through it runs a stream which takes it rise at Hagcleugh Head and flowing in north easterly direction, falls into "White Esk" a little to the south of "Castlehill".
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OS1/10/15/26 CASTLEHILL Castlehill Castlehill Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile North of White Haugh A small cottage one storey high with offices and garden attached. all in good repair. occupied by Andrew Halliday Shepherd.
OS1/10/15/26 WHITEYETT Whiteyett Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halleday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 30 Chains North of White Haugh A small thatched cottage one storey high. with byre attached all in good repair, there is also a vegetable garden attached. It is occupied by James [--] Stewart to "Adve. Bell" [Advocate Bell] Castleo'er
OS1/10/15/26 WHITEYETT PLANTATION Whiteyett Plantation Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 16 Chains North of White Haugh A small wood consisting of young firs, situated a little below "Whiteyett" on the west side of "White Esk"
OS1/10/15/26 PEAT SIKE Peat Syke See Name Sheet 26 No. 14
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OS1/10/15/27 TOOTHOPE HILL Toothope Hill Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 30 Chains N.E [North East] of Haugh Hill A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture situated to the east of "Crurie", and on the farm of "Crurie".
OS1/10/15/27 SAUGH HILL PLANTATION Saughhill Plantn. [Plantation] Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] North of Saugh Hill A considerable wood consisting of young trees chiefly firs. It is situated to the south east of "Crurie", and at the base of "Saugh Hill".
OS1/10/15/27 BLACK BURN Black Burn See Page 18
OS1/10/15/27 [Page] 27 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 2 Trace 3
OS1/10/15/28 SAUGH HILL Saugh Hill Saugh Hill Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] 26 Chains N.W. [North West] of White Haugh A small hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture situated to the west of the stream of "Birkie Syke" on the farm of "Crurie".
OS1/10/15/28 BANK HEAD Bank Head Bank Head Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] 30 Chains S.E. [South East] of Saugh Hill A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture situated to the south of "Toothope Hill," on the top of the hill a wall divides the parishes of Eskdalemuir & Wester Kirk
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OS1/10/15/29 WHITE HAUGH PLANTATION Whitehaugh Plantn [Plantation] Whitehaugh Plantn [Plantation] Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] West Side of White Haugh A small wood consisting of young fir trees, situated to the south of "Whiteyell Plantation", on the farm of "Crurie".
OS1/10/15/29 WHITE HAUGH White Haugh White Haugh Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 35 Chains E [East] of Over Rig A small flat piece of ground situated between "Whitehaugh Plantation", and "White Esk" on the farm of Crurie".
OS1/10/15/29 BIRKIESIKE PLANTATION Birkiesyke Plantatn. [Plantation] Birkiesyke Plantatn. [Plantation] Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] East Margin of White Esk A small wood consisting of young fir trees, situated on the east side of White "Esk" on the farm of "Crurie"
OS1/10/15/29 [Page] 29 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No 8 Trace 5 Birkiesike Plantation [note] - Birkie abounding with the birch-tree. Dr. [Doctor] Jamieson's Scot Dicty [Scottish Dictionary]
OS1/10/15/30 SLIPPERY KNOWE Slippery Knowe Slippery Knowe Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] from Saugh Hill A small knowe the highest part of which is covered with young firs, there is also a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station on its highest point called "Slippery Knowe".
OS1/10/15/30 CLEAVE SIKE Cleave Syke Cleave Syke Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] Flows S.W [South West] of Slippery Knowe A small stream which takes its rise on the eastern base of "Slippery Knowe" and flowing from that in a southerly direction till it falls into "White Esk" a little to the north of "Castleoer"
OS1/10/15/30 BIRKIE SIKE Birkie Syke Birkie Syke Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] Flows S.W. [South West] of Birkie Sike A small stream which takes its rise on the east side of "Saugh Hill" and flowing in a south westerly direction falls into "White "Esk a little below "Whitehaugh Ford
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OS1/10/15/31 FORT (Remains of) [White Haugh] Camp Camp Simon Park Crurie Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] 29 Chains from White Haugh. This camp appears to be of British origin, and seems to have been of a circular form. but on accout of its being situated so near the river the action of the water has destroyed the greater part of it so that only a small portion of it remains.
OS1/10/15/31 WHITE ESK White Esk See Name Sheet 18 No. 5. Book No. 1 - Page 68
OS1/10/15/31 [Page] 31 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 3 Trace 5
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OS1/10/15/33 CRUSH SIKE Crush Syke Crush Syke Simon Park Crurie John Davidson Shepherd Castleo'er 035 [Situation] W [West] side of Shiel Hill A small stream which takes its rise on the eastern base of "Toothope Hill" and flowing from that in a north westerly direction till it falls into "Allangill Burn" a little above "Allangillfoot".
OS1/10/15/33 SHEIL HILL Sheil Hill See Name Book No. 4 p. [page] 76 035
OS1/10/15/33 TOOTHOPE HILL Toothope Hill See Page 27
OS1/10/15/33 [Page] 33 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 3. Trace 1 Toothope Hill [note] - Toothope Hill See trace 1
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OS1/10/15/35 FORT (Remains of) [Hamlin Knowe] Camp Camp Walter Hislop Todshawhill Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile West of Westside This camp appears to be of British origin. as it is nearly circular. It is situated on the top of "Rye Birn" on the farm of Tanlawhill.
OS1/10/15/35 GREEN KNOWE Green Knowe See Page 14
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OS1/10/15/37 FORT (Remains of) [Haw Birn] Fort (Remains of) Fort (Remains of) Walter Hislop Todshaw Hill Andrew Halliday Castle Hill 035 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile West of Westside The remains of what is know in the locality to be a "Roman Camp", it is of an oval shape and is surrounded by a "Fosse" or ditch about ten feet deep. There is also a Trigl. Statn. [Trigonometrical Station] on this hill.
OS1/10/15/37 HAMLIN KNOWE Hamelea Knowe Hamelea Knowe Hamlin Knowe Hamlin Knowe Hamlin Knowe Walter Hislop Andrew Halliday Robert Rogerson, Tanlawhill Thomas Reine, Sandyford Joseph Bell, Bailiehill 035 [Situation] About 1 mile S.W. [South West] of Westside A small round hill on the farm of Tanlawhill. It is covered with rough pasture and on its summit stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station
OS1/10/15/37 [Page] 37 Eskdale Muir Parish -- Sheet 35 No. 5 Trace 1
OS1/10/15/38 CLATTERING SIKE Clattern Syke Walter Hislop Todshawhill Andrew Halliday Castle Hill 035 [Situation] About 26 Chains N.W [North West] of Westside A small stream which rising in"Turfy Know" runs in a N.E. [North East] direction till it joins Black Esk river a little above "Westside" Herds House
OS1/10/15/38 TURFY KNOWE Turfy Knowe Walter Hislop Andrew Halliday 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of Westside A small oval shaped eminence on the farm of Tanlawhill. It is situate on the West side of "Haw Birn" and east of Rye-Birn, and is covered with rough pasture
OS1/10/15/38 [Page] 38 Eskdale Muir Parish -- Sheet 35 No. 5 Trace 2 Haw Birn Fort [note] Cancelled
OS1/10/15/39 FORT [Haw Birn] Camp Walter Hislop Todshawhill Andrew Halliday Shepherd Castlehill 035 [Situation] About 22 Chains S.W. [South West] of Westside This camp appears to be of British origin as it is nearly circular. it is situated on the summit of "Haw Birn" on the farm of "Tanlawhill".
OS1/10/15/39 LITTLE HAMLIN KNOWE Little Hamlin Knowe Little Hamlin Knowe Little Hamlin Knowe Robert Rogerson, Tanlawhill Thomas Reine, Sandyford Joseph Bell, Kilburn 035 [Situation] On the boundary between Hutton and Corrie and Eskdalemuir. A hillock immediately to the South of Hamlin the surface of which is moss and rough pasture.
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OS1/10/15/41 WESTSIDE Westside Westside Westside Walter Hislop Todshawhill Andrew Halliday Castle hill Johnston's Co. [County] map 035 [Situation] West Side of Todshaw Rig Applied to a house on the farm of Tanlawhill, one storey high, slated & in good repair with offices & garden attached. At one time "Westside" was a farm of itself but it is now let into Tanlawhill the farmer being Advocate Bell and the proprietor, His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch.
OS1/10/15/41 GRAHAM'S SIKE Graham's Syke Graham's Syke Walter Hislop A. Halliday 035 [Situation] Joins Black Esk Immediately North of Westside A small stream on the farm of "Todshawhill" which rising in "Todshawhill" runs in a W. [West] direction till it joins the "Black Esk" opposite "Westside"
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OS1/10/15/42 HENRIES BURN Henries Burn Walter Hislop Andrew Halliday 035 Situation] Flows 20 Chains South of Turfy Knowe A stream which rises in the North side of "Cartertoun Knowes" and runs in an Easterly direction till it joins the "Black Esk".
OS1/10/15/42 CARTERTON KNOWES Cartertoun Knowes Walter Hislop Andrew Halliday 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of Turfy Knowe A hill or rather a range of small "Knowes" partly on the farm of Tanlawhill covered with rough pasture, and over which an 'Undefined Bdy. [Boundary] seperating the Parish of Eskdalemuir from Hutton & Corrie passes.
OS1/10/15/42 [Page] 42 Eskdale Muir Parish -- Sheet 35 No. 5 Trace 4 Carterton [note] - See Name Book of Hutton & Corrie
OS1/10/15/43 THIEF CLEUCH Thief Cleugh Walter Hislop Todshawhill Andrew Halliday Castle Hill 035 [Situation] About 30 Chains S.W [South West] of Blackhouse Hill A small stream which rising in "Cartertoun Knowes" runs in a N. [North] direction till it joins "Henries Burn".
OS1/10/15/43 RIG HEAD Rig Head Rig Head Rig Head John Bell John Dabie Hutton & Corrie Robert Brydon Hutton & Corrie 035 [Situation] On the boundary between Hutton And Corrie And Eskdalemuir. A Small hill on the En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary
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OS1/10/15/44 BLACKHOUSE HILL Blackhouse Hill Blackhouse Hill W. Hislop A. Halliday 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile SW [South West] of Blackhouse Hill Applies to a hill on the farm of Tanlawhill covered with rough pasture, and on its summit stands a Trigl. Statn. [Trigonometrical Station].
OS1/10/15/44 SOW BURN Sow Burn Sow Burn W. Hislop A Halliday 035 [Situation] Flows on South Side of Blackhouse Hill A small stream rising in the South Side of "Blackhouse Hill" and which runs in a E. [East] direction till it joins "Black Esk."
OS1/10/15/44 TANLAWHILL RIG Tanlawhill Rig See page 58
OS1/10/15/44 BLACK ESK Black Esk See page 4
OS1/10/15/44 [Page] 44 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 5 Trace 6
OS1/10/15/45 CASTLE O'ER FORT (Remains of) Camp (Castleo'er) Camp (Castleo'er) Castle-O'er or Overbie Castle O'er, or Overbie Castle Over Simon Park Crurie John Davidson Shepherd Castle O'er Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] vol. [volume] 12 p. [page]614 New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] p. [page] 401 Johnston's Co. [County] map 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.W [North West] of Castle o'er This camp appears to be of British origin and is situated on "Castleoer Hill" a little to the north west of "Castleo'er House" Its being situated on the summit of a hill, answered as a good place of defence and also as a good point for observations.
OS1/10/15/45 [Page 45] Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 6 Trace 1
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OS1/10/15/47 CASTLE O'ER HILL Castleoer Hill Simon Park Crurie John Davidson Shepherd Castleoer 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.E [North East] of Castleo'er A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, situated to the north west of "Castle, oer."
OS1/10/15/47 TODSHAW RIG Todshaw Rig Todshaw Rig Simon Park Crurie John Davidson Castleo'er 035 [Situation] West of Castle O'er Hill A high ridge Covered with rough pasture Situated west of Castle O'er Hill
OS1/10/15/47 BLACK BURN Black Burn See Page 18
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OS1/10/15/48 CLEAVE SIKE Cleave Syke Cleave Syke Simon Park Crurie John Davidson Shepherd Castleo'er 035 [Situation] Joins the White Esk 15 Chains North of Castleo'er A small stream which takes its rise at the eastern base of "Slippery Knowe" and flowing from that in a southerly direction till it falls into "White Esk" a little to the north of "Castle O'er"".
OS1/10/15/48 BRUNT SIKE Brunt Syke Brunt Syke Simon Park Crurie John Davidson Shepherd Castle'oer 035 [Situation] Flows East from Castleo'er Hill A small stream which takes its rise on the east side of "Castleoer Hill", and flowing in a north easterly direction till it falls into "White Esk" convenient to the "Toot Bridge" a little above Castle Oer.
OS1/10/15/48 WHITE ESK White Esk See Page 31
OS1/10/15/48 [Page] 48 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 6 Trace 2
OS1/10/15/49 FORT [NE of Castle O'er] Camp Simon Park Crurie John Davidson Shepherd Castleo'er 035 [Situation] 24 Chains N.E [North East] of Castleo'er This camp appears to be of British origin. situated on the summit of Yards. It is of a circular form and appears never to have been of great strength. But its situation is a good point for observations.
OS1/10/15/49 YARDS RIG Yards Rig See Page 52
OS1/10/15/49 [Page] 49 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 35 No. 6 Trace 3 Fort [note] - What is, why, Called Yards for is it a proper name?
OS1/10/15/50 TANLAWHILL RIG Tanlawhill Rig See Page 58
OS1/10/15/50 BLACK ESK Black Esk See Page 4
OS1/10/15/50 LOWER RIG Lower Rig See Page 61
OS1/10/15/50 [Page] 50 Sheet 35. No. 6. Trace.
OS1/10/15/51 CASTLEO'ER Castleo'er Castleo'er George Graham Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Shep. [Shepherd] Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] About 23 Chains N.E. [North East] of the Knowe A neat mansion, built in the Gothic style, the residence of G.G. Bell Esqr; there is a very neat garden attached to it, and is also neatly ornamented with a lawn in front of the hall door. There are office houses attached to it.
OS1/10/15/51 THE KNOWE The Knowe The Knowe G.G. Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Shep. [Shepherd] Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] About 23 Chains S.W. [South West] of The Knowe A small eminence on the W. [West] side of Castleo'er The Property of Mr. Bell of that place, The surfice consists of rough pasture. There is also an old Roman Fort on the N.E. [North East] side of this hill
OS1/10/15/51 [Page] 51 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 6 Trace 5 The Knowe [note] - Are there not more than one?
OS1/10/15/52 YARDS RIG Yards Rig G.G. Bell Esqr. Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E [South East] of Castleo'er A long ridge of a hill, over which the parish - Boundary passes, the property of Mr. Bell of Castleo'er. It rises on the east side of the White Esk and the Surface consists of rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/52 [Page] 52 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 6 Trace 6
OS1/10/15/53 FORT [The Knowe] Camp. G.G. Bell Esqr. Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er 035 [Situation] About 15 Chains S.W [South West] of Castleo'er This Camp appears to be of British origin, Situate on the Summit of the Knowes, It is of a circular form and appears never to have been of any great strength, & its Situation was not of good observation.
OS1/10/15/53 [Page] 53 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 6 Trace 5. Fort [note] - * See the features of object
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OS1/10/15/55 THE KNOCK The Knock Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] of Hind Fell A Small hill, over which the Parish Boundary passes. It is situated on the N. [North] side of Kirslet Hill and on the W. [West] of Tanlawhill Rig. Part of this hill is on the Tanlawhill farm. It consists of rough pasture on the Surface.
OS1/10/15/55 [Page] 55 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 9 Trace 1
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OS1/10/15/58 TANLAWHILL RIG Tanlawhill Rig Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] 1/2 mile North of Hind Fell A Small hill on Tanlawhill farm Occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er, on which there is the remains of what is supposed to be an old Roman Camp of rather Small dimentions, This hill is situated on the N.W. [North West] side of Tanlawhill farm house and on the W. [West] side of the black Esk. Its surface consists of rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/58 FORT (Remains of) [Tanlawhill Rig] Fort (Remains of) Fort (Remains of) Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rogerson Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] On Tanlawhill Rig The remains of a British Hill Fort situated on Tanlawhill Rig
OS1/10/15/58 [Page] 58 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 9 Trace 2
OS1/10/15/59 BLACK CLEUCH Black Cleugh Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] West side of Horse Knowe A Small valay, through which a stream flows, on the farm of Tanlawhill. It extends in a Northerly direction and ends at the head of Tanlawhill Burn at the S.W. [South West] side of Hind Fell. This Cleugh Commences on the S.W. [South West] side of Horse Knowe, The Stream Gathers at the same place.
OS1/10/15/59 KIRSLET HILL Kirslet Hill Kirslet Hill Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] 3/4 of a Mile S.W. [South West] of Hind Fell An eminence on the west side of Horse Knowe Covered with rough pasture -
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OS1/10/15/60 HIND FELL Hind Fell Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.E [North East] of Horse Knowe A Small hill on Tanlawhill farm, occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er, and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh. This hill is Situated on the south side of Tanlawhill Farm house, and also on the same side of a Burn of that name. The surface consists of rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/60 TANLAWHILL BURN Tanlawhill Burn Tanlawhill Burn Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] Flows N [North] Side of Hind Fell A Stream on the Tanlawhill farm. It takes its name at the S.W. [South West] Side of "Hind Fell" and at the N. [North] point of Black Cleugh. It runs in a N.E. [North East] direction and falls into the Black Esk a little to the E. [East] of Tanlawhill.
OS1/10/15/60 HORSE KNOWE Horse Knowe See page 67
OS1/10/15/60 GRAHAMS RIG Grahams Rig Grahams Rig Thomas Bell Esqr Castleo'er Robert Rogerson Tanlaw Hill 035 [Situation] East of Horse Knowe A ridge. Covered with rough pasture, situated to the East of Horse Knowe
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OS1/10/15/61 LOWER RIG Lower Rig G.G. Bell Esqr. Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er 035 [Situation] E [East] Side of Tanlawhill A Small rising ground on the N. [North] Side of the Black Esk & the W. [West] of the white Esk, the Surface of which is rough pasture. It is occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh
OS1/10/15/61 KID SCARS Kid Scars Kid Scars G.G. Bell Esqr. Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er 035 [Situation] About 30 chains S.E [South East] of Tanlawhill A Small cut or Slope on the E [East] Side of the Black Esk and the W. [West] of Lower Rig. There are a number of old thorn bushes growing on this "Scar" - the property of the Duke of Buccleugh, occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er
OS1/10/15/61 WHITE ESK White Esk See page 31
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OS1/10/15/62 HANDFASTING HAUGH Handfasting Haugh Handfasting Haugh G.G. Bell Esqr. Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] of Lower Rig "A piece of ground at the Meeting of the White & Black Esk, which was remarkable in former days for an annual fair that had been held there time out of mind, but which is now entirely laid aside. At that fair it was the custom for persons of both sexes intending to get married to choose a companion according to their liking, with whom they were to live till that time next year." This portion of ground is on the Tanlawhill farm - occupied by G.G. Bell Esqr. of Castleo'er. The property of the Duke of Buccleugh
OS1/10/15/62 [Page] 62 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 10 Trace 5 & 6 Handfasting Haugh [note] - Annual Fair held here (Noted for Handfasting Marriages.) Hand-fasting, Hand-fastnyng - marriage with the encumbrance of some canonical impediment, not yet bought off. Jamieson's Dictionary.
OS1/10/15/63 GRAHAM'S SIKE Graham's Syke Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Shepherd Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] Flows 1/2 mile South of Tanlawhill A stream - rising at the base of a small hill called Horse Know, & flowing in a N. [North] easterly direction till it falls into the Black Esk a short distance to the W. [West] of where the Parish Boundary leaves it. This stream is on the Tanlawhill farm, occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er.
OS1/10/15/63 BLACK ESK BRIDGE Black Esk Bridge Black Esk Bridge G.G. Bell Esqr. Robert Rogerson Esqr. Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] A little South of Handfasting Haugh A Stone Bridge over the river Black Esk, a little South of Handfasting Haugh
OS1/10/15/63 YARDS RIG Yards Rig See page 52
OS1/10/15/63 [Page] 63 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 10. Trace 4 Yards Rig [note] - Trace 3
OS1/10/15/64 TANLAWHILL Tanlawhill Tanlawhill Tanlaw Hill Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Shep [Shepherd] Tanlawhill Johnston's Co. [County] map 035 [Situation] West Side of Lower Rig A farm house, one story high Slated; with vegetable gardens attached, There are also good office houses ajoining the house The farm is occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er but the property belongs to the Duke of Buccleugh This house is situated on the W. [West] side of the Black Esk and the S.E [South East] side of Tanlawhill Rig. There is a shepherd of Mr. Bell's living in this house.
OS1/10/15/64 TANLAWHILL RIG Tanlawhill Rig See page 58
OS1/10/15/64 TANLAWHILL BURN Tanlawhill Burn See page 60
OS1/10/15/64 BLACK ESK Black Esk See Page 4
OS1/10/15/64 [Page] 64 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 10 Trace 1
OS1/10/15/65 KIRKSLIGHT HILL Kirslet Hill Kirkslight Hill Kirkslight Hill Kirkslight Hill Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Shepherd Tanlawhill Charles Stewart, Esqre Hillside. John Bell, Carterton John Dobie, Carterton 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of Horse Knowe A Small hill on Tanlawhill farm, over which the Parish Boundary passes. It is occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh. This hill is Situated on the South Side of a Small hill called Knocks. The surfice is rough pasture.
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OS1/10/15/67 HORSE KNOWE Horse Knowe Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson - Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.E [North East] of Kirslet Hill A Small hill, on Tanlawhill farm, the surface of which is rough pasture, It is occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er and is the the property of the Duke of Buccleugh. This hill is situated on the N. [North] side of Hartfield and on the W. [West] side of the Parish Boundary.
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OS1/10/15/68 HART FELL Hart Fell Hart Fell Thomas Bell Esqr. Castleo'er Robert Rodgerson Shepherd Tanlawhill 035 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile S.E [South East] of Kirslet Hill A Small eminence, over which the parish Boundary passes, and part of which is on Tanlawhill farm, occupied by Mr. Bell of Castleo'er, The proprietor, The Duke of Buccleugh. The Surface of this hill is rough pasture.
OS1/10/15/68 TANLAW HILL Tanlaw Hill Tanlaw Hill Tanlaw Hill John Bell James Common Richard Common 035 [Situation] On the Boundary between Eskdalemuir Hutton And Corrie And WesterKirk "A large hill at the N.W. [North West] corner of Crossdyke Farm"
OS1/10/15/68 [Page] 68 Parish of Eskdale Muir -- Sheet 35 No. 13 Trace 3
OS1/10/15/69 WELLS BURN Wells Burn See Sheet 35 No. 14 [Situation] Parish of Westerkirk
OS1/10/15/69 GRAHAMS RIG Grahams Rig See Page 60.
OS1/10/15/69 [Page] 69 Sheet 35. 14, [Signed] R. Stotherd Capt. Rl.Engrs. [Captain Royal Engineers] 30th May 1857.
OS1/10/15/70 [Page] 70 OS1/10/15 [Volume] 15 Name Book of the PARISH of ESKDALEMUIR Co. [County] DUMFRIES Sheet 34. No. 4 & 8. Sheet 35. No. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, &. 14, No. 5. [Stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE SOUTHAMPTON 15 MAR [MARCH] 1898 [Stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE SOUTHAMPTON 15 JUN 91 [JUNE 1891]
OS1/10/15/71 [Page] 71 No. 5 INDEX. PARISH of ESKDALEMUIR SHEET 34. No. 4, &. 8. SHEET 35. No. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, &. 14. Names of Objects -- Pages Parish of Eskdalemuir Auchen Scars -- 63 Broomy Rig -- 14 Black Burn -- 18 Bank Head -- 28 Birkiesike Plantation -- 29 Birkie Syke -- 30 Blackwall Hill -- 44 Brunt Syke -- 48 Black Cleuch -- 59 Black Esk Bridge -- 63 Corrie Knowe -- 8 Cog Rig -- 16 Castlehillshiel -- 23 Cleave Syke -- 30 Crush Syke -- 33 Clattering Syke -- 38 Cartertoun Knowes -- 42 Castle O'er (Fort Remains of) -- 45 Castleo'er Hill -- 47 Cleave Syke -- 48 Castleo'er -- 51 Drove Yett -- 10 Dike Meadow Knowe -- 15 Fenton Yett -- 9 Fenton Heights -- 10 Fort (Remains of) --21 Fort (Remains of) -- 31 Fort -- 53 Fort -- 35 Fort -- 39 Greengate Head -- 4 Green Knowe -- 14 Graham's Sike -- 41 Graham's Sike -- 63 Haystell Syke -- 16 Hareshaw Syke -- 16 Hareshaw Rig -- 17 Hag Cleugh Head -- 24 Hag Cleugh -- 25 Hamelea Knowe -- 37 Haw Birn -- 38 Henries Birn -- 42 Hind Fell -- 60 Handfasting Haugh -- 62 Horse Knowe -- 67 Hart Fell -- 68 Kid Scar -- 61 Kirslet Hill -- 65 Lea Brae -- 7 Loch Knowe -- 8 Little Howstruthers Burn -- 11 Lower Burying Knowe -- 21 Long Fell -- 24 Lower Rig -- 61 Muckle Howestruthers Burn -- 13 Mossfauld Syke -- 16 Mein Gair -- 17 Netherland Rig -- 3 Over Rig -- 23 Pudding Hole -- 15 Pry Hole -- 17 Rashie Knowe -- 13 Rough Syke -- 18 Rye Birn -- 37 Sergeant Knowe -- 5 Sandyford -- 6 Sunny Brae -- 17 Snailcap Knowe -- 13 Saugh Hill Plantation -- 27 Slippery Knowe -- 20 Sow Burn -- 44 Trainhouses -- 6 Trainpool Burn -- 12 The Mount -- 15 Twiglees -- 19 Todshaw Moss -- 20 Todshaw Hill -- 20 Todshawhill -- 20 Toothope Hill -- 27 Turfy Knowe -- 38 Thief Cleugh -- 43 The Knowes -- 51 The Knock -- 55 Tanlawhill Rig -- 58 Tanlawhill Burn -- 60 Tanlawhill -- 64 Upper Burying Knowe -- 21 Worms Hill -- 24 White Haugh Plantation -- 25 Whiteyett -- 26