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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WHITE HOLE BURN White Hole Burn
White Hole Burn
James Moffat. Farmer. Garwald.
Thomas Scott. Shepherd Garwaldshiels
025 [Situation] Runs South of White Hole
A considerable stream having its rise at the White Hole, from which it derives its name - and after a Course in a South & west direction, falls into the Black Esk about a Mile below Garwaldshiels. It is Situated on the farm of Garwald.
RAINSHAW LAKE Rainshaw Lake
Rainshaw Lake
James Moffat. Farmer. Garwald.
Thomas Scott. Shepherd Garwaldshiels
025 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile South of White Hole
A small stream formed by drains, to the west of Lang Knowe, And running in a westerly direction falls into Whitehole Burn. The ground immediately to the North of it is flat, and at one time is Supposed to have been Covered with Water. - whence the name Lake. It is Situated on the farm of Garwald.
NETHER CLEUCH Nether Cleuch See Page 9
BLACK ESK Black Esk See Page 3
PEAT RIG Peat Rig See Page 10

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Parish of Eskdalemuir
Sheet 25 No. 4 Trace 6

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