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Dumfriesshire volume 18

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info
OS1/10/18/1 LOCH FELL Loch Fell Loch Fell Loch Fell Lochfell James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill Johnston's Co. [County] Map New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] 017 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile West of Cauld Law A very large hill the Surface of which is covered with rough pasture. It is one of the highest hills in the parish, three parishes meet on the Summit of this hill. viz. Eskdalemuir Hutton & Corrie and Moffat. On its highest point there is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station, called "Loch Fell".
OS1/10/18/1 ESKDALEMUIR Parish of Eskdalemuir See Name Sheets 10 No. 16
OS1/10/18/1 DUN MOSS Dun Moss Dun Moss Dun Moss William Johnstone Dryfehead William Little Dryfehead George Henry - Macmaw. 017 [Situation] On the boundary between Hutton and Corrie and Eskdalemuir. A rough moss on the En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary and on the farm of Dryfehead
OS1/10/18/1 [Page] 1 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/2 LOCH FELL SIKE Loch Fell Syke Loch Fell Syke James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] Flows on E [East] side of Loch Fell A small stream which has its source at the east base of Loch Fell and flowing from that in a southerly direction till it joins a small stream and assumes the name of Cauldlaw Grain.
OS1/10/18/2 CAULD LAW GRAIN Cauld Law Grain Cauld Law Grain James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] Flows 35 Chains South of Cauld Law A considerable stream which takes its name from the confluence of Lochfell Syke with another small stream. and flowing in an easterly direction till it joins the "Big Strush" and assumes the name ""Powdanna Burn"
OS1/10/18/2 [Page] 2 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/3 CAULD LAW Cauld Law Cauld Law James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile East of Loch Fell A large hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture. situated to the east of "Loch Fell". on the farm of Garwald. there is also a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station on the east of this hill called "Cold Knowe".
OS1/10/18/3 CAULD LAW SIKE Cauld Law Syke Cauld Law Syke James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] Flows South from Cauld Law A small stream which has its source near the summit of "Cauld Law" and flowing from that in a southerly direction till it falls into "Cauldlaw Grain"
OS1/10/18/3 [Page] 3 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/4 SOUTH LOCH FELL Loch Fell (South) Loch Fell (South) James Moffat Farmer Garwald James Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile South of Loch Fell. A large hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture. it is situated on the South of "Loch Fell" on the Boundary. there is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station near the summit of the hill. called Damn- [--]
OS1/10/18/4 [Page] 4 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/5 OVER MIRE SIKE Over Mire Syke Over Mire Syke James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 50 Chains S.E. [South East] of Loch Fell South A small stream which has its source at "Coltroad Lair" and flowing from that in a south easterly direction till it falls into "Big Strushel" Burn
OS1/10/18/5 [Page] 5 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/6 HORSE KNOWES Horse Knowes Horse Knowes James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 1/2 mile South of Lamblair Knowe Two small hills the surface of which are covered with rough pasture. situated between Mid Rig, and "Loch Fell South". and on the farm of Garwald
OS1/10/18/6 COLTROAD LAIR Coltroad Lair Coltroad Lair James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 1/2 mile East of Loch Fell South A small marshy piece of ground situated at the head of Over Mire Syke. on the farm of Garwald.
OS1/10/18/6 [Page] 6 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/7 LAMBLAIR KNOWE Lamblair Knowe Lamblair Knowe James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Kiddamhill 017; 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] of Loch Fell A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, situated between "Cauld Law", and the source of of "Lochfell Syke", and on the farm of Garwald.
OS1/10/18/7 [Page] 7 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/8 MID RIG Mid Rig James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile South of Cauld Law A small ridge the surface of which is covered with rough heathy pasture. situated between "Big Strushell" and "Cauldlaw Grain" and on the farm of "Garwald"
OS1/10/18/8 COLTROAD MIRE Coltroad Mire James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile South of Cauld Law A small piece of wet ground situated at the head of Nether Mire Syke. on the farm of Garwald
OS1/10/18/8 NETHER MIRE SIKE Nether Mire Syke James Moffat Farmer Garwald Thomas Hastie Shepherd Caddomhill 017 [Situation] Flows 3/4 of a mile South Cauld Law A small stream which has its source at "Coltroad Mire" and flowing from that in a south easterly direction till it falls into "Big Strushel Burn"
OS1/10/18/8 [Page] 8 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 11 Trace 6
OS1/10/18/9 EWE KNOWE Ewe Knowe Thomas Smith Thickside Thomas Hastie Caddom Hill 017 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of Blaeberry Hill An inconsiderable Knowe situated on the farms of Garwald and Nether Cassock. It is Covered with rough pasture and lies to the west of Pomack burn And north of Caddom Hass.
OS1/10/18/9 [Page] 9 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 12 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/10 BLAEBERRY HILL Blaeberry Hill Thomas Smith Thickside Matthew Little Pengrain 017; 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.E [North East] of Ewe Knowe A prominent hill on the farm of Nether Cassock, And situated betwixt Pomack Burn and Garwald Water. It consists of rough pasture and has a Trigonometrical Station on its highest point called Blae Berry Hill.
OS1/10/18/10 BLAEBERRY SIKE Blaeberry Syke Thomas Smith Thickside Matthew Little Pengrain 017 [Situation] Flows on N.E. [North East] Side of Blaeberry Hill An insignificant Syke on the Side of Blaeberry Hill, which runs into Garwald Water.
OS1/10/18/10 [Page] 10 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 12 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/11 MILKING HASS Milking Hass Thomas Hastie Caddom Hill Thomas Smith Thickside 017 [Situation] About 1/2 N.E. [North East] of Milking Hass This slack or hollow is on the farm of Nether Cassock, and lies between Nether Craig and Mine Hill. It Consists of rough pasture.
OS1/10/18/11 NETHER CRAIG Nether Craig See Name Sheets for Sheet 17 No. 8
OS1/10/18/11 POWMUCK BURN Powmuck Burn See Name Sheets for Sheet 17 No. 8
OS1/10/18/11 DAVINGTON BURN Davington Burn See Name Book No. 1 Eskdalemuir. Page 25
OS1/10/18/11 [Page] 11 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 12. Trace. 3
OS1/10/18/12 MID RIG Mid Rig Thomas Hastie Caddom Hill Thomas Smith Thickside 017 [Situation] About 35 Chains S.W. [South West] of Ewe Knowe This is Covered with rough pasture And is situated on the farm of Garwald. It lies to the west of Calla Grain.
OS1/10/18/12 CAULD LAW GRAIN Cauld Law Grain See Page 2
OS1/10/18/12 [Page] 12 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 12. Trace 4
OS1/10/18/13 KIDDAM HASS Kiddam Hass Thomas Smith Thickside Thomas Hastie Caddom Hill 017 [Situation] About 35 Chains S.W. [South West] of Blaeberry Shank A considerable Slack Situated betwixt Caddom Hill and Ewe Knowe. It Consist of rough pasture and is on the farms of Garwald And Nether Cassock.
OS1/10/18/13 BLAEBERRY SHANK Blaeberry Shank Thomas Smith Thickside Thomas Hastie Caddom Hill 017 [Situation] About 30 Chains N.E [North East] of Kiddam Hass This consists of rough pasture and forms A gradual slope from Blaeberry Hill down to Pomack Burn and where it joins Garwald Water. It is on the farm of Nether Cassock.
OS1/10/18/13 [Page] 13 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 12. Trace 5
OS1/10/18/14 MINE HILL Mine Hill Mine Hill Thomas Smith Thickside Thomas Hast [Hastie] Caddom Hill 017; 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] of Blaeberry Shank A Considerable hill on the farm of Nether Cassock, And Situated to the north of Thickside Hass. It is Covered with rough pasture, And has a Trigonometrical Station on its Summit, called Mine Hill.
OS1/10/18/14 GARWALD WATER Garwald Water Garwald Water Garwald Water Garvald Water Garvald Water James Connel Esqr. Irvine House Mr Thomas Hastie Shepherd, Kiddamhill Johnstons [County] Map Fullarton's Gazetteer Stat: acct: [Statistical Account] 017; 026 [Situation] N.W. [North West] portion of Eskdalemuir Parish A Small River formed by the junction of East & West Burns near Pengrain. It flows in a S.E [South East] direction to it's junction with the White Esk at Garwald - Waterfoot about 1/2 mile N.W. [North West] of Johnston.
OS1/10/18/14 [Page] 14 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 12 Trace 6
OS1/10/18/15 BIG STRUSHEL BURN Big Strushel Burn Big Strushel Burn James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017 [Situation] About 1 mile N.E. [North East] of Upper Cleugh Rig A large stream having its source at some springs on the west side of Horse Knowes, flows from that in an easterly direction and joins Cauldlaw Grain.
OS1/10/18/15 SOUTH LOCH FELL South Loch Fell See Page 4
OS1/10/18/15 [Page] 15 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 15 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/16 GARWALDSHIELS HOPE Garwaldshiels Hope Thomas Hastie. Shepherd Kiddamhill 017; 025 [Situation] West Side of Upper Cleugh Rig This name is given to the head of a considerable water called the Black Esk which, has its Source at the junction of the Strushel Knowe with Jock's Shoulder. It is on the farm of Garwald, and lies at the western base of Jock's Shoulder.
OS1/10/18/16 BLACK ESK Black Esk Black Esk Black Esk Mr James Hastie, Shepherd Kiddamhill Johnston's Co. [County] Map Fullarton's Gazetteer 017; 025; 034; 035 [Situation] Western portion of Eskdalemuir Parish A river which rises about two miles South of Wind Fell and flows in a S.S.E [South South East] direction to its junction with the White Esk near the farmhouse of Balliehill. From thence the two rivers are known as the "River Esk". "The Black Esk, which divides this parish on the South from that of Eskdalemuir on the north, for nearly one mile, falls into the White Esk, at a place called the King Pool, not far from the farm-house of Balliehill. The junction of these two rivers forms the Esk, that runs through the parish &c. &c. New Stat: Acct: [New Statistical Account] of Dumfries-shire (Westerkirk) Page 430.
OS1/10/18/16 [Page] 16 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 15 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/17 STRUSHEL KNOWES Strushel Knowes Thomas Hastie, Shepherd Kiddamhill 017 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile North of Strushel Knowes A number of Small eminences to the west of Jock's Shoulder and Loch Fell South, and extending to the junction of the Little & Big Strushels. They are situated on the farm of Garwald, And are Covered with rough pasture.
OS1/10/18/17 LITTLE STRUSHEL BURN Little Strushel Burn Thomas Hastie. Shepherd Kiddamhill 017 [Situation] Runs through Strushel Bog This name is given to a Small stream which has its rise on the Strushel Knowes, And after a short Course in a westerly direction And being Augmented by various drains, falls into the Big Strushel. It is on the farm of Garwald.
OS1/10/18/17 STRUSHEL BOG Strushel Bog Strushel Bog James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017 [Situation] About 3/8 of a mile N.E [North East] of Upper Cleugh Rig A small flat piece of ground between Strushel Knowes, & Drowningdub Knowes, on the farm of Garwald It is wet, and covered with rough & heathy pasture.
OS1/10/18/17 [Page] 17 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 15 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/18 JOCK'S SHOULDER Jock's Shoulder Thomas Hastie. Shepherd Kiddamhill 017 [Situation] About 5/8 of A mile N.W. [North West] of Upper Cleugh Rig A very Considerable hill to the South of Loch Fell west of Garwaldshiels Hope. The Boundary separating the parish of Eskdalemuir from the adjoining parish passes along its summit. It is chiefly Covered with rough pasture, especially on the part of it situated in the parish of Eskdalemuir. A Trigonometrical station is to be found on its highest elevation called Jocks Shoulder.
OS1/10/18/18 UPPER CLEUCH RIG Uppercleugh Rig Uppercleugh Rig William Scott Garwaldshiels John Davidson Black Eskhead, 017 [Situation] 1/2 mile N,E, [North East] of Lea Knowe A small hill situate to the South of Mid Rig, its surface is covered with rough pasture and is on the farm of Garwald.
OS1/10/18/18 [Page] 18 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 15 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/19 SPOTS LAW Spots Law James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017 [Situation] About 1 mile West of Kiddamhill A small hill covered with rough pasture on the farm of Garwald
OS1/10/18/19 THIEF'S SLACK Thief's Slack James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017 [Situation] West Side of Spots Law A deep Strait glen, on the west side of Spots Law, covered with rough pasture, and on the farm of Garwald. It is supposed - by tradition - to have been a retreat of the Border Robbers.
OS1/10/18/19 RISPY CLEUCHS Rispy Cleughs Rispy Cleughs James Moffat, Farmer Garwald William Scott, Shepherd Garwaldshiels 017 [Situation] Immediately E [East] of Rispy Bog Three Small ravines with Streams flowing through them, Situated immediately East of Rispy Bog
OS1/10/18/19 [Page] 19 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 16 Trace 1 & 5
OS1/10/18/20 THICKSIDE Thickside Thickside Thomas Smith. Thickside. Thomas Hastie. Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 1/4 of a mile North of Kiddamhill A one storey slated dwelling house in good repair. There is a garden attached. It is situated on the farm of Nether Cassock on the east Side of Garwald Water, And inhabited by a Shepherd.
OS1/10/18/20 LITTLE STRUSHEL BURN Little Strushel Burn See Page 17
OS1/10/18/20 THICKSIDE HASS Thickside Hass Thickside Hass Thomas Smith. Thickside Thomas Hastie. Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 1/4 of a mile N.E. [North East] of Kiddamhill This slack or hollow is situated on the farm of Nether Cassock betwixt Mine hill & Wetwood hill. It is covered with rough pasture.
OS1/10/18/20 MINE HILL Mine Hill See Page 14
OS1/10/18/20 KIDDAMHILL Kiddamhill Kiddamhill James Moffat. Garwald Thomas Hastie. Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 25 Chains N.E. of The Snout A one storey thatched house in good repair, And having a garden attached. It is situated on the farm of Garwald at the junction of Pudanna [Powdanna] burn & Garwald Water - And is inhabited by a shepherd.
OS1/10/18/20 MID RIG Mid Rig See Page 12
OS1/10/18/20 [Page] 20 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 16. Trace 3
OS1/10/18/21 KIDDAM HILL Kiddam Hill Kiddam Hill James Moffat. Garwald Thomas Hastie. Caddomhill 017 [Situation] About 25 Chains N.W. [North West] of Kiddamhill A Considerable hill principally on the farm of Garwald, And covered with rough pasture. There is a Trigonometrical Station on its Summit.
OS1/10/18/21 POWDANNA BURN Powdanna Burn Powdanna Burn James Moffat. Garwald. Thomas Hastie. Caddomhill 017 [Situation] Passes South of Kiddamhill This Considerable water is known by the name of Powdanna from the junction of the Big Strushel And the Calla Grain - And after Several accessions, it falls into Garwald Water at Caddomhill.
OS1/10/18/21 SPOTS LAW SIKE Spotslaw Syke Spotslaw Syke James Moffat. Garwald. Thomas Hastie. Caddomhill 017 [Situation] Flows 50 Chains West of Kiddamhill This Syke is Situated on the farm of Garwald betwixt Spotslaw Rig And Rispey cleugh Bog, it is formed & fed by drains, and falls into Pudanna Burn about 20 chains below the junction of Cauldlaw Grain, and Big Strushel Burn.
OS1/10/18/21 KIDDAM HASS Kiddam Hass See Page 13
OS1/10/18/21 [Page] 21 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 16. Trace 2.
OS1/10/18/22 SPOTS LAW RIG Spots Law Rig James Moffat. Garwald William Scott. Garwaldshiels 017 [Situation] About 5/8 of a mile W. by N [West by North] of Kiddamhill A Small rig Covered with rough pasture, And extending west from Pudanna Burn. It is on the farm of Garwald to Spots Law.
OS1/10/18/22 RISPY BOG Rispy Bog James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017 [Situation] About 5/8 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Kiddamhill A flat piece of wet ground covered with rough pasture, between Whitehope Height, and Spotslaw Syke. It is on the farm of Garwald
OS1/10/18/22 WETWOOD HILL Wetwood Hill See p. [page] 52
OS1/10/18/22 DROWNINGDUB KNOWES Drowningdub Knowes See Page 11 No. 3 Book
OS1/10/18/22 THE SNOUT The Snout James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017 [Situation] 23 Chains S.W [South West] of Kiddamhill A Small hill feature on the farm of Garwald
OS1/10/18/22 UPPER HOLE Upper Hole James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017 [Situation] 1/2 mile S [South] of Kiddamhill A Small hollow with a Stream on the Garwald farm
OS1/10/18/22 UPPER SIKE Upper Sike James Moffat Farmer Garwald William Scott Shepherd Garwaldsheils 017; 018 [Situation] Rises 30 chains S.E [South East] of Kiddamhill A stream which rises 1/2 mile S.E [South East] of Kiddamhill and flows In a SE [South East] direction to its junction with Garwald Burn
OS1/10/18/22 MUCKLE WHITE HOPE Muckle White Hope See Name Sheets for Sheet 25 No. 4
OS1/10/18/22 ASHY BANK Ashy Bank See Name Sheets for Sheet 25 No. 4
OS1/10/18/22 [Page] 22 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 17 No. 16 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/23 POCKLEAF Pockleaf Pockleaf Mr. James Glendinning, farmer, Over Cassock. Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock. 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W [South West] of Cassock Hill A small house, - one storey high & thatched - on the farm of Nether Cassock, inhabited by John Little, shepherd. There are two, small, vegetable gardens attached. Tradition states that a leaf grew here at some period that possessed the virtue of healing the Small Pox - and that to that circumstance the house owes its name.
OS1/10/18/23 BUGHT KNOWE Bught Knowe Bught Knowe Mr. James Glendinning, farmer, Over Cassock. Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 1/4 of a [mile] N.E. [North East] of Pockleaf A small hillock situated at the South Western extremity of Cassock Hill: its surface is covered with rough pasture.
OS1/10/18/23 LAMB SIKE Lamb Syke See Name Sheets for Sheet 18 No. 5
OS1/10/18/23 DAVINGTON BURN Davington Burn See page 11
OS1/10/18/23 [Page] 23 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 9. Trace 1
OS1/10/18/24 CASSOCK HILL Cassock Hill Cassock Hill Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock. 018 [Situation] About 30 Chains S.W. [South West] of Over Cassock A considerable hill, covered with rough pasture, situated about 1/2 a mile [West] of the farm house of Over Cassock, from the vicinity to which it derives its name: on the summit there is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called Cassock Hill".
OS1/10/18/24 BAR BURN Bar Burn Bar Burn Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] Passes West of Over Cassock A small burn, having its origin in a number of surface drains at Barburn head, then flows in an Eastern direction past Over Cassock & falls into the White Esk about 30 chains [?] Fingland Burn The origin of its name is unknown in the neighbourhood.
OS1/10/18/24 FOSSE LINN Fosse Linn Fosse Linn Mr. James Glendinning farmer Over Cassock Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 10 Chains South of Over Cassock This name applies to a small cataract on Barburn - close to the farm house of Over Cassock. On each side the burn and the banks are pricipitous & studded with [?] ing, stratified rocks, which in many places appear to be associated with lead ore. Its name is derived from its situation: in a portion of the Southern fosse or ditch of the British Camp shewn on trace.
OS1/10/18/24 [Page] 24 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 9 trace 2.
OS1/10/18/25 OVER CASSOCK Over Cassock Over Cassock Over Causeway Over Cassock Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock Robert Thompson Esqr Nether Cassock Ancient Valuation Roll for County Dumfries Johnston's Co [County] map 018 [Situation] About 3/8 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Over Cassock A small farm house one storey high high and slated. The offices are in indifferent repair, but are going to be rebuilt, there is a small vegetable garden attached. The correct name appears to be "Over Cassock" derived from a legend in which it is stated that a priest lost his Cassock in crossing Bar Burn near the Camp, this single circumstance is all all that is remembered of the original tale. It has been called "over Causeway" from a Roman road being supposed to have passed near it: no trace of this road or its situation remains.
OS1/10/18/25 THE LAKE The Lake The Lake Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] Immediately South of Over Cassock This name applies to the fosse or ditch on the East and North of the "Camp". It is probable that it is so called from Bar Burn being turned into it as a means of defence. Its banks bear traces of the action of water.
OS1/10/18/25 FINGLAND Fingland Fingland Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 50 Chains S.E [South East] of Over Cassock This name applies to three small houses, each one storey high, & one of which is slated, inhabited by farm laborers and shepherds. There are two small vegetable gardens attached. It is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/18/25 [Page] 25 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 16 No 9. trace 3
OS1/10/18/26 FORT [Over Cassock] Camp (over Cassock) Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock. Mr. Robert Thompson Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] Immediately South of Over Cassock This camp is supposed to have been a station belonging to the Romans; but judging from its form, which is circular, and the general [--] of the intelligent portion of the inhabitants, it is [--] to be of British origin. It is situated immediately in front of Over Cassock, and still presents [--] and artificial features of considerable [--] On the East and South Bar Burn, with its precipitous banks, renders approach difficult and dangerous, on the North and West it is protected by a deep fosse or ditch, called "the lake" [--] which Bar Burn could easily be turned [--] At different times considerable quantities of [--] been dug from its embankments, but no coins [--] been found. In the centre a mound of [--] burnt earth & stones is still visible.
OS1/10/18/26 FORT (Remains of) [Fingland] Camp (Fingland) Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock Mr. Robert Thompson Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] Immediately North of Fingland This camp is doubtless of British origin and it is circular in form, it appears to have been small & never of great strength. It is [--] situated both for observation & defence, the [--] about it being generally level. From its [--] it must have been closely connected with [--] at Over Cassock. But a small portion [--] earthworks remains.
OS1/10/18/26 [Page] 26 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 9 trace 3.
OS1/10/18/27 MARCH SIKE March Syke March Syke Charles Reeves Shepherd, Davington. Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock. 018 [Situation] Flows About 3/4 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Nether Cassock A small burn so called from its forming a portion of the march or boundary between the farms of Nether Cassock & Davington. It rises near the eastern boundary of Thickside Hass, & flows Easterly into Davington Burn near "Crooked Scar".
OS1/10/18/27 MID SIKE Mid Syke Mid Syke John Little Shepherd, Pockleave. Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock. 018; 026 [Situation] Flows About 3/4 of A Mile West of Nether Cassock A small burn which rises at the base of Mine Hill and flows Easterly into Davington Burn, in a direction nearly parallel to March Syke. Its name is significant of its position being situated nearly Midway between March Syke & Peat Syke.
OS1/10/18/27 PEAT SIKE Peat Syke Peat Syke John Little Shepherd. Pockleave. Robert Thompson Esqr. 017; 018 [Situation] About 1 1/4 miles N.W. [North West] of Nether Cassock A small burn which rises near the Western base of Nether Craig, & flows Easterly into Davington Burn. It derives its name from passing through a peat bog or moss.
OS1/10/18/27 [Page] 27 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 9. trace 4.
OS1/10/18/28 CASSOCK SIKE Cassock Syke Cassock Syke John Little Shepherd, Pockleave. Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile N.W. [North West] of Nether Cassock A small stream, rising near the the base of Cassock Hill, flowing Southerly [--] [--] Davington Burn, near its junction with "Mid Syke".
OS1/10/18/28 BUGHT SIKE Bught Syke Bught Syke John Little Shepherd, Pockleave. Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] Flows 1/2 mile N.W. [North West] of Nether Cassock A small stream rising near the Eastern side of the base of Cassock Hill & flowing in a South Easterly direction [--] Davington Burn, near its junction with "March Syke".
OS1/10/18/28 [Page] 28 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 9. trace 5.
OS1/10/18/29 BLACK'S BOG Black's Bog Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland John Little Shepherd Pockleaf 018 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile W. by S. [West by South] of Nether Cassock A large patch of flat, wet, ground, covered with rough pasture; extending from "Nether Craig", to "White Syke"; and along the eastern bank of Davington Burn. On the farms of Nether Cassock, and Davington.
OS1/10/18/29 BLACK'S CLEUCH Black's Cleugh Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland John Little Shepherd Pockleaf 018 [Situation] About 5/8 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Nether Cassock A small hollow on the east side of "Davington Burn", through which runs the "March Syke".
OS1/10/18/29 WHITE SIKE White Syke Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland John Little Shepherd Pockleaf 018 [Situation] About 5/8 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Nether Cassock A small stream having its source near "Black Cleugh", and flowing from that in a southerly direction, joins "Davington Burn" about 3 chains above "Crookedscar".
OS1/10/18/29 [Page] 29 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 9 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/30 NETHER CASSOCK Nether Cassock Nether Cassock Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock. Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock. 018 [Situation] About 25 Chains S.W. [South West] of Fingland A large and commodious farm house two storeys high and slated, with suitable [--] in good repair & slated - & a small vegetable garden and a large sheep farm attached. It is tenanted by Robert Thompson Esqr. & is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/18/30 FINGLAND BRIDGE Fingland Bridge Fingland Bridge Mr. James Glendinning farmer, Over Cassock Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 1/4 of a mile South of Fingland A stone bridge of one arch over the [--] between Nether Cassock and Fingland [--] in 1842 by the Commissioners of [Supp--] the County of Dumfries. It derives its name from its proximity to Fingland.
OS1/10/18/30 MASS KNOWE Mass Knowe Mass Knowe Mr. James Glendinning farmer Over Casock Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 25 Chains S.W. [South West] of Nether Cassock A small gently sloping hill, near [Nether] Cassock. It is supposed to be one of the places where Roman Catholics celebrated mass during the days of Religious persecution. Although not high itself, from its position it commands a considerable view on all sides rendering secret approach to it difficult and was, probably, the cause of its selection
OS1/10/18/30 [Page] 30 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 9 trace 6.
OS1/10/18/31 WATCH CRAIG Watch Craig Watch Craig Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] About 30 Chains North of Fingland Hill A hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, and rocks on its eastern side near the summit, on which stands a Trignometrical Station
OS1/10/18/31 FINGLAND HILL Fingland Hill Fingland Hill Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] About 30 Chains South of Watch Craig A hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture situated between Watch Craig and Fingland Shank
OS1/10/18/31 WELLS BURN Wells Burn See Name Sheets for Sheet 18 No. 6
OS1/10/18/31 MILSIE BRAE Milsie Brae See Name Sheets for Sheet 18 No. 6
OS1/10/18/31 [Page] 31 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 10 Trace 1.
OS1/10/18/32 BACK SIKE Back Syke Back Syke Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018; 026 [Situation] Pass 1/2 mile E [East] of Fingland Hill A burn having its source at the western base of Shank Hill and flowing in a southerly direction till it enters Fingland Burn a little above the junction of Fore Syke
OS1/10/18/32 WELLS BURN LINN Wellsburn Linn Wellsburn Linn Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] 20 Chains S.E [South East] of Fingland Hill A large waterfall of about 60 feet deep, very rocky and precipitous, Wells Burn after passing over it takes the name of Fingland Burn
OS1/10/18/32 LITTLE HILL Little Hill See Name Sheets for Sheet 18 No. 6
OS1/10/18/32 [Page] 32 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 10 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/33 THE SHANK The Shank The Shank Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] About 1 mile N.E. [North East] of Fingland Hill A hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture situated to the south of Brock Hill near the head of Back Syke
OS1/10/18/33 [Page] 33 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 10 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/34 FINGLAND SHANK Fingland Shank Fingland Shank Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] About 30 Chains South of Fingland Hill This shank is situated to the south of Fingland Hill and bounded by the White Esk and Fingland Burn it's surface is covered with rough pasture there is a small stream running through it called Cutit Syke
OS1/10/18/34 FINGLAND BURN Fingland Burn Fingland Burn Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] Passes East of Fingland Hill This burn takes its name from Wellsburn Linn, flowing southerly and empties itself into the White Esk
OS1/10/18/34 CUTTIT SIKE Cuttit Syke Cuttit Syke Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliott Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] Flows S.E. [South East] from Fingland Shank A small stream having it's source on Fingland Shank and flows into Fingland Burn a little below the junction of Ha' Syke
OS1/10/18/34 [Page] 34 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 10 Trace 4 Cuttit Syke [note] - Cuttit. 1. Abrupt. 2. Laconic and tart Jamieson's Dicty. [Dictionary]
OS1/10/18/35 HAW SIKE Haw Syke Haw Syke Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliot Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] Joins Fingland Burn About 1/4 of a mile S.E [South East] of Fingland Shank A small burn having it's source between Dumfedling Hill and Muckle Knowe and flows into Fingland Burn a little below the junction of Fore Syke.
OS1/10/18/35 [Page] 35 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 10 Trace 5 Haw Sike [note] - Haw. - Azure, Pale, Wan, Jamieson's Dicty. [Dictionary]
OS1/10/18/36 FORE SIKE Fore Syke Fore Syke Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliott Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] Flows 50 Chains S.E. [South East] of Fingland Hill A burn having it's source between Shank Hill and Muckle Knowe flowing in a westerly direction and enters Fingland Burn a little below the junction of Back syke
OS1/10/18/36 FINGLANDSHEIL Finglandsheil Finglandsheil Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliott Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] About 45 Chains E [East] of Fingland Hill A one storey house with garden near Fore Syke Occupied by Archibald Elliot it is the property of the Duke of Buccleuch
OS1/10/18/36 MUCKLE KNOWE Muckle Knowe Muckle Knowe Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland Archibald Elliott Shepherd Fingland Sheil 018 [Situation] West of Dumfedling Knowe A pretty large sized Knowe situated to the north east of Dumfedling Hill the surface of which is rough pasture
OS1/10/18/36 [Page] 36 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 10 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/37 FLINTEL SIKE Flintel syke Adam Murray shepherd Longshawburn John Little Shepherd Aberlosk 018 [Situation] Flows South of Peat Knowe A small rivulet which rises on "Peat Knowe" and running westwardly, falls into "Langshaw Burn" about 50 chains above "Nether Langshawburn"
OS1/10/18/37 CULBERTS CLEUCH Culberts Cleugh See Name Sheet for Sheet 18 No. 7
OS1/10/18/37 LANGSHAWBURN RIG Longshawburn Rig See Name Sheet for Sheet 18 No. 7.
OS1/10/18/37 PEAT KNOWE Peat Knowe See Name Sheet for Sheet 18 No. 8
OS1/10/18/37 [Page] 37 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 11 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/38 ROUGH SIKE Rough Syke Adam Murray Shepherd Langshawburn James Cowan Occupier Nether Langshawburn. 018 [Situation] About 50 Chains S.W. [South West] of Nether Langshawburn A small rivulet which takes its rise [--] "Langshawburn Rig" and running southwards falls into Langshaw Burn, about [--] above its junction with "Aberlosk Burn".
OS1/10/18/38 ABERLOSK BURN Aberlosk Burn See Name Book No. 1. p. [page] 57.
OS1/10/18/38 ROUGH SIKE Rough Sike See p. [page] 38
OS1/10/18/38 [Page] 38 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 11. Trace 4.
OS1/10/18/39 THE GILL The Gill Adam Murray Shepherd Langshawburn John Little Shepherd Aberlosk 018 [Situation] Immediately North of Nether Langshawburn A small gully on the north side of and close to "Nether Langshawburn"; a small stream flows along the bottom of it which has no name
OS1/10/18/39 MARCH SIKE March syke Adam Murray shepherd Langshawburn James Cowan occupier Nether Langshawburn 018 [Situation] Flows 15 Chains South of Nether Langshawburn A small rivulet which takes its rise on "Humphrey Law" and running in a northwest direction, falls into "Langshaw Burn, about 10 chains below "Langshawburn"
OS1/10/18/39 NETHER LANGSHAWBURN Nether Langshawburn Adam Murray shepherd Langshawburn James Cowan Occupier Nether Langshawburn 018 [Situation] About 50 Chains S.E [South East] of Langshawburn Rig A small thatched cottage one storey high, having a vegetable garden attached; it is occupied by James Cowan and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh
OS1/10/18/39 [Page] 39 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 11. Trace 5.
OS1/10/18/40 GREEN CLEUCH Green Cleugh Adam Murray Shepherd Langshawburn James Cowan Occupier Nether Langshawburn 018 [Situation] About 1/4 of a mile East of Nether Langshawburn A small glen a little to the north of "[--] Law" and on the farm of "Langshawburn"
OS1/10/18/40 LANGSHAW BURN Langshaw Burn See Name Book No. 1 p. [page] 57
OS1/10/18/40 [Page] 40 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. Trace 6.
OS1/10/18/41 RAE BURN Rae Burn Rae Burn Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] Flows S.W. [South West] of The Fell A large stream which has its source at Craik Cross, and flowing in a south west direction falls into the River Esk near Craikhaugh.
OS1/10/18/41 OVER GOWL SIKE Over Gowl Syke Over Gowl Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 1//4 of a mile S.W. [South West] of The Fell A small stream which has its source at The Fell and flowing in a west direction falls into Rae Burn near its source.
OS1/10/18/41 NETHER GOWL SIKE Nether Gowl Syke Nether Gowl Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of The Fell A small stream which has its source at The Fell and flowing in a south-west direction falls into Rae Burn about half a mile from its source.
OS1/10/18/41 MID MOSS Mid Moss See Name Sheets for Sheet 18 No. 8
OS1/10/18/41 [Page] 41 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 12 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/42 RONEY SIKE Roney Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] Runs South from Lamblair Knowe A small stream which has its source at Roney Rig and flowing in a southerly direction falls into Rae Burn.
OS1/10/18/42 QUEEN'S MIRE SIKE Queensmire Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] Flows S.E. [South East] from Queens Mire A small stream which has its source at Humphrey Law and flowing in a southerly direction falls into Rae Burn
OS1/10/18/42 LAMBLAIR KNOWE Lamblair Knowe Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 017; 018 [Situation] About 3/8 of a mile N.W. [North West] of Roney Rig A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture and situated to the south of Craik Cross, on the farm of Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/42 [Page] 42 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 12 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/43 RONEY RIG Roney Rig James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw 018 [Situation] About 3/8 of a Mile S.E. [South East] of Lamblair Knowe A small ridge covered with rough pasture, on the farm of Raeburnhead. extending from Mid Moss, to the junction of Yade Syke with Rae Burn, and on the east side of Roney Syke.
OS1/10/18/43 Bridge Sike Bridge Sike See Name Book No. 1 Page 81
OS1/10/18/43 Peat Knowe Peat Knowe See Page 37 No. 1 Page 81
OS1/10/18/43 Mid Moss Mid Moss See Page 41
OS1/10/18/43 The Fell The Fell See Page 81
OS1/10/18/43 Parish of Eskdalemuir -- Sheet 18 No 12 Trace 5.-- [page] 43. Trace 1 [written in pencil between Mid Moss and The Fell]
OS1/10/18/44 QUEEN'S MIRE Queen's Mire James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Andrew Warrick Laborer Craighaugh 018 [Situation] About 3/8 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Lamblair Knowe A small marshy piece of ground on the east side of Humphrey Law, through which passes the Craikmuir Road. Tradition states that when Mary Queen of Scotts - in one of her flights was passing over Craik Muir for Borthwick, that her horse foundered at this place; and that to that circumstance it owes its name. It would still be difficult for a horse to pass over this portion of the Craikmuir Road, were it not that it has been metalled of late.
OS1/10/18/44 [Page] 44 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 12 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/45 YADE SIKE Yade Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] Flows on S. [South] Side of Yade Syke Rig A small stream having its source near Toddle Knowe and flowing in a westerly direction falls into Rae Burn.
OS1/10/18/45 [Page] 45 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 - No. 12 Trace 6
OS1/10/18/46 [Page] 46 [Blank page]
OS1/10/18/47 RASHIE KNOWE Rashie Knowe Rashie Knowe James Beattie Esqr. Davington Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland 018 [Situation] N.E [North East] of Wetwood Hill A small hill covered with rough pasture; on the farm of Davington.
OS1/10/18/47 MINE HILL Mine Hill See Page 14
OS1/10/18/47 THICKSIDE HASS Thickside Hass Thickside Hass James Beattie Esqr. Davington Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland 017; 018 [Situation] West Side of Rashie Knowe A gap or hollow situated between two Eminences to the west of Rashie Knowe.
OS1/10/18/47 [Page] 47 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 13 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/48 BELT KNOWE Belt Knowe James Beattie Esqr. Davington Andrew Beattie Shepherd Fingland 018 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile N.W. [North West] of Davington A small hill covered with rough pasture; on the farm of Davington to the east of Rushy Knowe
OS1/10/18/48 MASS RIG Mass Rig Mass Rig James Glendinning Over Cassock John Thomson Esqre. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] On the north bank of Davington Burn. A small ridge of land situate to the N.W. [North West] of Davington.
OS1/10/18/48 [Page] 48 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 13 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/49 CROOKED SCAR Crooked Scar James Beattie Esqr. Davington Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.W. [North West] of Davington A small fissure on the east side of Davington Burn; situated about a 1/2 mile above the village of Davington.
OS1/10/18/49 CROOKEDSCAR Crookedscar James Beattie Esqr. Davington Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.W. [North West] of Davington A small house one story high and in good repair, having a garden attached - occupied by laborers, and on the farm of Nether Cassock.
OS1/10/18/49 WHITE SIKE White Sike White Sike James Beattie Esq. Davington Robert Thompson Esq. Nether Cassock 018 [Situation] Joins Davington Burn Immediately North of Crookedscar A Small Stream which rises a little South of Blacks Cleugh and flows in a S.E [South East] direction to it's junction with Davington Burn near Crookedscar
OS1/10/18/49 [Page] 49 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 13 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/50 SCHOOL [Davington] School (Sub.) [Subscription] James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] Nr [Near] Davington A small house one story high and in good repair, having residence of Schoolmaster attached. It is large enough to afford accommodation to about 50, the average number of attendants is about 30. John Bell is the Schoolmaster; his emoluments are, the schoolhouse and dwelling house free, & £6.0.0 annually from the Duke of Bucleugh, also the school fees. The branches taught are those usually taught in Country Schools.
OS1/10/18/50 DAVINGTON Davington Davington Davington James Beattie Esqr. Davington Robert Thomson Esqr. Nether Cassock Johnston's Co. [County] map 018 [Situation] About 1/4 of a mile S.E. [South East] of Davington A small village composed of houses one, and two stories high; having gardens attached - the houses are in good repair. The inhabitants are chiefly agricultural laborers; there are two grocer's shops, a Reformed Presbyterian Church, and a Sub. School. The property of the Duke of Bucleugh and James Beattie Esqr.
OS1/10/18/50 [Page] 50 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 13 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/51 UPPER SIKE Upper Syke James Moffat Farmer Garwald James Hastie Shepherd Kiddamhill 017; 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile West of Wetwood Rig A small stream having its source at Upper Hale, flows from that in a south easterly direction; and joins Garwald Water about 15 chains above the south end of Wetwood Cleugh.
OS1/10/18/51 MID SIKE Mid Syke James Moffat Farmer Garwald James Hastie Shepherd Kiddamhill 018 [Situation] About 30 Chains S.W. [South West] of Westwood Rig A small stream having its source at Mid Hale, flowing from that in an easterly direction, joins Garwald Water about 8 chains above the south end of Wetwood Cleugh.
OS1/10/18/51 WETWOOD SIKE Wetwood Syke See Name Sheets for Sheet 26 No. 1
OS1/10/18/51 [Page] 51 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 13 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/52 WETWOOD HILL Wetwood Hill James Moffat Farmer Garwald James Hastie Shepherd Kiddamhill 017; 018 [Situation] About 30 Chains S.W. [South West] of Rashie Knowe A considerable hill, covered with rough pasture on the farm of Garwald. On its highest point there is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called Wetwood, or Thickside.
OS1/10/18/52 WETWOOD CLEUCH Wetwood Cleugh James Moffat Farmer Garwald James Hastie Shepherd Kiddamhill 018 [Situation] About 50 Chains S.W. [South West] of Belt Knowe A small glen extending between the bases at Wetwood Hill and Wetwood Rig. A small stream flows through that has no name.
OS1/10/18/52 WETWOOD RIG Wetwood Rig James Moffat Farmer Garwald James Hastie Shepherd Kiddamhill 018 [Situation] About 1 mile S.W. [South West] of Davington A small ridge, extending from Rushy Knowe to Ashiebank; - covered with rough pasture - on the farm of Garwald: to the east of Wetwood Hill.
OS1/10/18/52 [Page] 52 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 13 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/53 CHARLIE'S WA'S Charlie's Wa's James Beattie Esqr. Davington James Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] About 3/4 of A mile West of Davington A small sheep shelter on the farm of Davington, and situated a little to the south of Belt Knowe.
OS1/10/18/53 BROWN KNOWE Brown Knowe James Beattie Esqr. Davington James Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Davington A very small, conical knowe covered with rough pasture, on the farm of Davington. It is situated close to, and on the east side of Wetwood Syke, and about 20 chains above its junction with Garwald Water.
OS1/10/18/53 [Page] 53 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 13 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/54 [Page] 54 [Blank page]
OS1/10/18/55 FAWN SCARS Fawn Scars James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] About 25 Chains S.W. [South West] of Davington A number of small fissures at the north end of Mid Knowe; covered with rough [pasture]. The property of James Beattie Esqr. Davington.
OS1/10/18/55 NETTLE SLACK Nettle Slack James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] About 1/4 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Davington A small hollow in an arable field a little to the N.E. [North East] of Green Hill. The property of James Beattie Esqr. Davington.
OS1/10/18/55 LIMESTONE WELL Limestone Well James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] About 25 Chains S.W. [South West] of Davington A small spring well situated at the north end of Green Hill. It issues from a whinstone rock. It is not known why it got its name, there being no limestone in the vicinity.
OS1/10/18/55 [Page] 55 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 13. Trace 6
OS1/10/18/56 MID KNOWE Mid Knowe James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of Davington A small knowe covered with rough pasture; on the farm of Davington.
OS1/10/18/56 GREEN HILL Green Hill James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of Davington A small hill covered with rough pasture; on the farm of Davington.
OS1/10/18/56 DRINKING SIKE Drinking Sike Drinking Sike James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] Flows 15 Chains North of Burncleuch A stream which rises a little south of Nettle Slack and terminates at it's junction with a cut drain 20 chains N.E. [North East] of Burncleuch
OS1/10/18/56 KITTY'S KNOWE Kitty's Knowe See Page 63
OS1/10/18/56 [Page] 56 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 13. Trace
OS1/10/18/57 [Page] 57 [Blank page]
OS1/10/18/58 [Page] 58 Site of Fort [note] - Cancelled
OS1/10/18/59 REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [N of Barncleugh] Reformed Presbyterian Church Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Morrison Davington James Glendinning Senr. [Senior] Farmer Over Cassock 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile North of Burncleugh A small plain building large enough to afford accommodation for about 240 the average number of attendants 90 and the average number of communicants 80. The Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Morrison is the minister who is supported by voluntary contributions. This church belongs to the Presbytary of Dumfries
OS1/10/18/59 MANSE [R.P., N of Barncleuch] Manse (R.P.) [Reformed Presbyterian] Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Morrison 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile North of Burncleugh A large house two stories high, with offices; all in good repair: having a garden & about 2 acres of arable land attached. Occupied by the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Morrison.
OS1/10/18/59 [Page] 59 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/60 KILN KNOWE Kiln Knowe Kiln Knowe John Bell Schoolmaster Davington William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling 018 [Situation] About 50 Chains N.E [North East] of Burncleugh A small conical Knowe situated immediately below Over Dumfedling the surface is covered with rough pasture
OS1/10/18/60 OVER DUMFEDLING Over Dumfedling Over Dumfedling Over Dumfedling James Glendinning Farmer Over Cassock John Bell Farmer Davington Johnston's Co. [County] map 018 [Situation] About 50 Chains N.E [North East] of Burncleugh A large farm house two stories high, with offices all in good repair; there is a garden, and a large sheep farm attached. Tenanted by William Hogg, the property of the Duke of Bucleugh. There is a vague tradition in the locality stating that Baramal Courts were held here in feudal times. Also that when Eskdalemuir belonged to the Priory of Melrose. all their tithes were collected at this house.
OS1/10/18/60 [Page] 60 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/61 DUMFEDLING HILL Dumfedling Hill Dumfedling Hill John Bell Schoolmaster Davington William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling 018 [Situation] About 1 mile N.E [North East] of Burncleugh A hill the surface of which is rough pasture, situated to the east of Davington on its summit is a Trignometrical Station
OS1/10/18/61 MID KNOWE Mid Knowe William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling John Cumming Shepherd Over Dumfedling 018 [Situation] About 1 mile N.E [North East] of Burncleugh A small knowe the surface is covered with rough pasture it is situated between Birnierig Syke, and Dumfedling Hill
OS1/10/18/61 [Page] 61 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 14 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/62 DUMFEDLING KNOWE Dumfedling Knowe Dumfedling Knowe William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling John Cumming Shepherd Over Dumfedling 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.E [North East] of Grassyards Rig A knowe the surface of which is covered with rough pasture it is situated to the west of Moodlaw Burn and east of Birnierig Syke there is a Trignometrical Station on its Summit
OS1/10/18/62 BIRNY RIG SIKE Birny Rig Syke Birny Rig Syke William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling John Cumming Shepherd Over Dumfedling 018 [Situation] E [East] Side of Birny Rig This burn takes its source from between Dumfedling Knowe and Muckle Hill flowing in a southerly direction till it enters Kimming Syke a little below Birnie Rig
OS1/10/18/62 [Page] 62 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/63 BURNCLEUCH Burncleugh Burncleugh Burncleugh James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington Johnston's Co. [County] map 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E [South East] from Over Dumfedling A small hamlet composed of a small farm house with offices, a smithy and three rows of cottages - all in good repair - having gardens attached; there is a small sheep farm attached to the farm house. The property of G.G. Bell Castleo'er, & James Beattie Esqr. Davington. The farm is tenanted by Mr. Greive, and the cottages are occupied by laboring people.
OS1/10/18/63 KITTY'S KNOWE Kitty's Knowe Kitty's Knowe James Beattie Esqr. Davington Mr. Greive Farmer Burncleugh 018 [Situation] W. [West] Side of Burncleuch A small knowe on the farm of Burncleugh; covered with rough pasture.
OS1/10/18/63 [Page] 63 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/64 BEATINGHOLM Beatingholm Beatingholm James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] 21 Chains N.E [North East] of Burncleuch A small house one story high, and in good repair, having a garden attached. Occupied by a Laborer, and on the farm of Nether Dumfedling.
OS1/10/18/64 NETHER DUMFEDLING Nether Dumfedling Nether Dumfedling James Beattie Esqr. Davington John Bell Schoolmaster Davington 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.E [North East] of Burncleuch A small farm house one story high, with offices, all in good repair - having a garden and a large sheep farm attached. Tenanted by William Hogg the property of the Duke of Bucleugh.
OS1/10/18/64 [Page] 64,
OS1/10/18/65 BIRNY RIG Birny Rig Birny Rig William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] About 1 mile N.E [North East] of Burncleuch A small ridge covered with rough pasture situated between Birnierig Syke and Back Syke a little above Lamblair Knowe
OS1/10/18/65 DUMFEDLING RIG Dumfedling Rig Dumfedling Rig William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.E [South East] of Burncleuch A long ridge covered with rough pasture situated above Nether Dumfedling and west of Back Syke
OS1/10/18/65 BACK SIKE Back Syke Back Syke William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] E [East] Side of Yade Moss A burn having its source from Mid Knowe flowing in a southerly direction till it enters Moodlaw Burn a little above the junction of the White Esk
OS1/10/18/65 [Page] 65 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 5.
OS1/10/18/66 KIMMING SIKE Kimming Syke Kimming Syke William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018; 026 [Situation] W [West] Side of Grassyards Rig A burn having it's source a little above the north end of Grass Yards flowing in a southerly direction till it enters Moodlaw Burn a little below Moodlaw
OS1/10/18/66 LAMBLAIR KNOWE Lamblair Knowe Lamblair Knowe William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 017; 018 [Situation] 15 Chains W [West] of Grassyards Rig A small knowe covered with rough pasture situated between Kimming Syke and Yademoss Lake
OS1/10/18/66 YADE MOSS LAKE Yademoss Lake Yademoss Lake William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] E [East] Side of Yade Moss A small hollow to the east of Yade Moss which in a prior period was a lake it is now dry owing to drainage
OS1/10/18/66 [Page] 66, Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/67 YADE MOSS Yade Moss Yade Moss William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] 1/2 mile West of Grassyards Rig A flat peice of land the surface of which is moss it is situated between Back Syke and Dumfedling Rig
OS1/10/18/67 WHITE KNOWE White Knowe White Knowe William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.W [South West] of Grassyards Rig A small knowe the surface is covered with rough pasture there is an old whinstone quarry on the top of it, situated a little south of Nether Dumfedling
OS1/10/18/67 BUGHT GILL Bught Gill William Hogg, Nether Dumfedling John Bell, Schoolmaster 018 [Situation] On the East bank of the White Esk A small hollow through which a small rill runs.
OS1/10/18/67 CAR GILL Car Gill William Hogg, Nether Dumfedling John Bell, Schoolmaster 018 [Situation] On the East bank of the White Esk A small hollow through which a small rill runs.
OS1/10/18/67 [Page] 67 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/68 RAE SIKE Rae Syke Rae Syke William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] 10 Chains E. [East] of Grassyards Rig A small burn having it's source between Moodlaw and Peat Hill, flowing westerly till it enters Moodlaw Burn a little above Moodlaw
OS1/10/18/68 GRASSYARDS RIG Grass Yards Rig William Hogg Farmer Nether Dumfedling William Moffat Farmer Garwald 018 [Situation] About 1 mile East of Burncleuch A long ridge the surface of which is covered with rough pasture situated between Moodlaw Burn and Kimming Syke
OS1/10/18/68 MOODLAW BURN Moodlaw Burn See Page 69
OS1/10/18/68 [Page] 68. Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 14 Trace 6. Grassyards Rig [note] - Grassyards to be written one word as it is the name of landed property See the valn. [Valuation] Roll of the County
OS1/10/18/69 CRAIK MUIR Craik Muir Craik Muir Robert Thompson Esqr. Nether Cassock Andrew Warrick Laborer Craighaugh 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.W [North West] of Raeburnhead A large woodland district covered with rough, and heathy pasture; on the farm of Moodlaw; extending from Mid Raeburn to Craik Cross.
OS1/10/18/69 MOODLAW BURN Moodlaw Burn Moodlaw Burn James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 026 [Situation] Flows on W [West] Side of Peat Hill A large burn that bears this name, flows from the confluence of Aberlosk Burn, and Langshaw Burn; in a southerly direction, and falls into White Esk, opposite to Johnston.
OS1/10/18/69 PEAT HILL Peat Hill Peat Hill James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] W [West] side of Linn Slack A small hill, covered with rough pasture, on the farm of Moodlaw. Peats are obtained from it.
OS1/10/18/69 [Page] 69 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 15 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/70 MOAT LONE Moat Lone Moat Lone Adam Murray Shepherd Langshawburn Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.W [North West] of Peat Hill A small flat piece of ground covered with rough pasture; close to, and on the east side of the junctions of Aberlosk Burn, Langshaw Burn, and Moodlaw Burn
OS1/10/18/70 MOAT KNOWE Moat Knowe Moat Knowe Adam Murray Shepherd Langshawburn Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 26 Chains N [North] of Peat Hill A small knowe covered with rough pasture on the farm of Moodlaw; and on the east side of Moat Loan.
OS1/10/18/70 BOGLE LINN Bogle Linn Bogle Linn Adam Murray Shepherd Langshawburn Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 22 Chains N.W [North West] of Peat Hill A small waterfall on Moodlaw Burn, a little to the south of Moat Loan.
OS1/10/18/70 ABERLOSK BURN Aberlosk Burn See Name Book No.1 P. [Page] 57
OS1/10/18/70 DUMFEDLING KNOWE Dumfedling Knowe See Page 62
OS1/10/18/70 [Page] 70. Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 15 Trace 1 Moat Lone [note] - Lone, A place of Shelter Jamieson's Dicty. [Dictionary]
OS1/10/18/71 MOAT HILL Moat Hill Moat Hill James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.W. [North West] of Peat Hill A small hill, covered with rough pasture; on the farm of Moodlaw
OS1/10/18/71 LINN SLACK Linn Slack Linn Slack James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 25 Chains East of Peat Hill A large flat between Humphrey Law, and Mood Law, and on the south side of Moat Hill - covered with rough pasture - on the farm of Moodlaw.
OS1/10/18/71 MARCH SIKE March Sike See Page 39
OS1/10/18/71 [Page] 71 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 15 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/72 CRAIKMUIR ROAD Craikmuir Road Craikmuir Road James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] E [East] side of Craik Muir This name is given to that portion of the road leading from Eskdale to Borthwick; that runs through Craik Muir.
OS1/10/18/72 HUMPHREY LAW Humphrey Law James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] S.E. [South East] side of Craik Muir A small hill, covered with rough pasture; on the farm of Moodlaw. There is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station on its highest point call Umpray Law.
OS1/10/18/72 [Page] 72. Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 15 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/73 MOOD LAW Mood Law Mood Law James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 30 Chains South of Peat Hill A considerable hill covered with rough pasture; on the farm of Moodlaw.
OS1/10/18/73 RAE SIKE Rae Sike See Page 68
OS1/10/18/73 [Page] 73 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 15 Trace 4
OS1/10/18/74 FAR PADDOCK CLEUCH Far Paddock Cleugh James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 1/2 mile South of Craik Muir A small deep glen on the east side of Linn Slack, and Near Paddock Cleugh, through which there flows a stream bearing no name.
OS1/10/18/74 NEAR PADDOCK CLEUCH Near Paddock Cleugh Near Paddock Cleugh James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 3/4 of a mile South of Craik Muir A small hollow on the west side of Far Paddock Cleugh; through which flows a stream bearing no name.
OS1/10/18/74 SOUTH GRAIN South Grain See Page 85
OS1/10/18/74 [Page] 74. Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 15 Trace 5
OS1/10/18/75 MARCH SIKE March Syke March Syke James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile South of Humphrey Law A small stream having its source at the base of Humphrey Law, flows from that in a southerly direction, and falls into Rae Burn, about six chains below Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/75 RAEBURNHEAD Raeburnhead Raeburnhead James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 1/2 mile South of Humphrey Law A small house one story high, with cowhouse, all in good repair; having a garden attached. On the farm of Moodlaw, and occupied by the shepherd of that farm.
OS1/10/18/75 [Page] 75 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 15 Trace 6
OS1/10/18/76 THE TWA SIKES The Twa Sykes James Brydon Farmer Moodlaw Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile W. by S [West by South] of Humphrey Law Two small streams running nearly parallel to each other, having their source between Watercleugh Knowe and Blaeberry Hill, flows from that in a northerly direction, and falls into Rae Burn about 20 chains below Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/76 WATERCLEUCH KNOWE Watercleugh Knowe See Name Sheets for Sheet 26 No. 3
OS1/10/18/76 BLAEBERRY HILL Blaeberry Hill See Name Sheets for Sheet 26 No. 4
OS1/10/18/76 [Page] 76. Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18. No. 15 Trace 6
OS1/10/18/77 OVER MYRTLE SIKE Over Myrtle Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 20 Chains N.W [North West] of Lad Sike Rig A small stream which has its source on the west side of "Lad Syke Rig" and flowing in north westerly direction falls into "Rae Burn" about a mile above Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/77 NETHER MYRTLE SIKE Nether Myrtle Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] about 20 Chains N.W [North West] of Lad Sike Rig A small stream which has its source on the west side of Lad Syke Rig and flowing in a north westerly direction till it falls into Rae Burn about a mile above Raeburnhead
OS1/10/18/77 [Page] 77 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 16 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/78 LAD SIKE RIG Lad Syke Rig Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.W [North West] of Naked Sike Rig A considerable hill, the surface of which is covered with rough pasture situated between "Lad Syke" and "Naked Syke", on the farm of Raeburnhead
OS1/10/18/78 SOUTH GRAIN RIG South Grain Rig Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S.W [South West] of Lad Sike Rig A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, situated between "Rae Burn" and "Lad Syke" on the farm of Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/78 LAD SIKE Lad Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] About 15 Chains S.E [South East] of South Grain Rig A small stream which has its source on the east side of Southgrain Rig and flowing in a southerly direction falls into "South Grain" about a mile above Raeburnhead
OS1/10/18/78 [Page] 78 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 16 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/79 TODDLE KNOWE Toddle Knowe Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] About 1/2 mile North of Naked Sike Rig A large hill the Surface of which is covered with rough pasture. situated at the head of "Naked Syke" on the farm of Raeburnhead
OS1/10/18/79 NAKED SIKE Naked Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 25 Chains West of Naked Sike Rig A small stream which has its source at "Toddle Knowe", and flowing in a southerly direction till it falls into "South Grain" about a mile and a half above Raeburnhead
OS1/10/18/79 NAKED SIKE RIG Naked Syke Rig Naked Syke Rig Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] 32 Chains South of Toddle Knowe A small bridge covered with heathy pasture between Toddle Knowe, and South Grain. On the farm of Woodlaw.
OS1/10/18/79 [Page] 79 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 16 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/80 CON'S CLEUCH Con's Cleugh Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.W [South West] of South Grain Rig A deep rugged glen, between Southgrain Pike, and Blaeberry Hill; a large stream flows through it, that bears no name.
OS1/10/18/80 SOUTH GRAIN South Grain See Page 85
OS1/10/18/80 SOUTH GRAIN PIKE South Grain Pike See Name Sheets for Sheet 26 No. 14
OS1/10/18/80 BLAEBERRY HILL Blaeberry Hill See Page 10
OS1/10/18/80 [Page] 80, Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 18 No. 16. Trace 4
OS1/10/18/81 THE FELL The Fell Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] About 1/2 mile North of Yade Sike Rig A large hill the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, situated to the east of "Craik Cross", on the County Boundary, and on the farm of Raeburnhead
OS1/10/18/81 HUMPHREY LAW Humphrey Law See Page 72
OS1/10/18/81 QUEENS MIRE SIKE Queens Mire Sike See Page 42
OS1/10/18/81 RAE BURN Rae Burn See Page 41
OS1/10/18/81 RONEY SIKE Roney Sike See Page 42
OS1/10/18/81 [Page] 81 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 19 No. 9 Trace 1
OS1/10/18/82 YADE SIKE RIG Yade Syke Rig Yade Syke Rig Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 019 [Situation] About 1/2 mile South of The Fell A low ridge the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, situated between "Nether Gowl Syke", and "Yade Syke" and extending from "Rae Burn" to the County Boundary, on the farm of Raeburnhead
OS1/10/18/82 [Page[ 82 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 19 No. 9 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/83 STOCK SIKE Stock Syke Stock Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 019 [Situation] E [East] side of Brunt Rig A small stream having its source at the base of "Stock Hill", flowing from that in a southerly direction for about twenty chains, then falls into "South Grain" about 6 chains below its source.
OS1/10/18/83 STOCK KNOWE Stock Knowe Stock Knowe Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 019 [Situation] About 1/2 mile N.E [North East] of Brunt Rig A small hill the surface of which is covered with heathy pasture, situated to the north east of "Stock Syke", on the Boundary and on the farm of Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/83 STOCK HILL Stock Hill Stock Hill Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 019 [Situation] Immediately North of Brunt Rig A Small heathy hill on the farm of Raeburnhead. It is Covered with heathy pasture.
OS1/10/18/83 [Page] 83 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 19. No. 13 Trace 2
OS1/10/18/84 EWESLEES KNOWE Eweslees Knowe Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 019; 027 [Situation] About 1/2 mile South of Stock Knowe A large hill the surface of which is covered with heathy pasture. three Parishes meet on the top of this hill viz. Eskdalemuir. Westerkirk. and Teviothead. there is also a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station on this hill called "Stock Hill"
OS1/10/18/84 TODDLE KNOWE Toddle Knowe See Page 79
OS1/10/18/84 NAKED SIKE RIG Naked Sike Rig See Page 79
OS1/10/18/84 [Page] 84, Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 19 No. 13 Trace 4 Ewelees Knowe [note] - See Name Sheet for Common Plan Ph. [Parish] Westerkirk
OS1/10/18/85 YELLOW SIKE Yellow Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] W [West] Side of Brunt Rig A small stream which has its source at "Stock Hill" and flowing in a Southerly direction till it falls into "South Grain" about two miles above Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/85 SOUTH GRAIN South Grain Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 018; 019 [Situation] South Side of Brunt Rig A considerable stream flowing from about 6 chains above the south end of "Stock Syke", in a southerly direction till it falls into "Rae Burn". near the farm house of Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/85 [Page] 85 Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 19 No. 13 Trace 3
OS1/10/18/86 BRUNT RIG Brunt Rig Brunt Rig Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 019 [Situation] 1/2 mile N [North] of Loath Knowe A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with heathy pasture, situated between "Yellow Syke" and "South Grain" and on the farm of Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/86 LOATH KNOWE Loath Knowe Loath Knowe Michael Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead Andrew Anderson Shepherd Raeburnhead 019 [Situation] 1/2 mile South of Brunt Rig A considerable hill the surface of which is covered with heathy pasture, situated on the Boundary to the east of the confluence of "Yellow Syke" with "South Grain", on the farm of Raeburnhead.
OS1/10/18/86 [Page] 86, Parish of Eskdalemuir Sheet 19 No. 13 Trace 3 [Signed] R. Stotherd Capt. Rl.Engrs. [Captain Royal Engineers] 30th May 1857.
OS1/10/18/87 [Page] 87 OS1/10/18 [Volume] 18 Name Book of the PARISH of ESKDALEMUIR Co. [County] DUMFRIES Sheet XVII [17]. No. 11, 12, 15, &. 16. Sheet XVIII [18]. No. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, &. 16. Sheet XIX [19]. No. 9, &. 13. No. 2. [Stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE SOUTHAMPTON 15 JUN 91 [JUNE 1891] [Stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE SOUTHAMPTON 15 MAR [MARCH] 1898
OS1/10/18/88 [Page] 88 No. 2 INDEX PARISH OF ESKDALEMUIR SHEET XVII [17]. No. 11. 12. 15. & 16. SHEET XVIII [18]. No. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. & 15. SHEET XIX [19]. No. 9 & 13. Names of Objects -- Pages Parish of Eskdalemuir Ashy Bank -- 22 Blaeberry Hill -- 10 Blaeberry Syke -- 10 Blaeberry Shank -- 13 Big Strushel Burn -- 15 Black Esk Water -- 16 Bught Knowe -- 23 Bar Burn -- 24 Bught Sike -- 28 Black's Bog -- 29 Blacks Cleugh -- 29 Back Syke -- 32 Belt Knowe -- 48 Brown Knowe -- 53 Birny Rig Syke -- 62 Burncleugh -- 63 Beatingholm -- 64 Birny Rig -- 64 Back Syke -- 65 Bogle Linn -- 70 Blaeberry Hill -- 76 Brunt Rig -- 86 Cauld Law Grain -- 2 Cauld Law -- 3 Cauld Law Syke -- 3 Coltroad Lair -- 6 Coltroad Mire -- 8 Cassock Hill -- 24 Cassock Syke -- 28 Cuttie Syke -- 34 Culberts Cleugh -- 37 Crooked Scar -- 49 Crookedscar -- 49 Charlie's Wa's -- 53 Craik Muir -- 69 Craikmuir Road -- 72 Cons Cleugh -- 80 Davington -- 50 Dumfedling Hill -- 61 Dumfedling Knowe -- 62 Dumfedling Rig -- 65 Ewe Knowe -- 9 Fosse Linn -- 24 Fingland -- 25 Fort (Remains of) -- 26 Fort (Remains of) -- 26 Fingland Bridge -- 30 Fingland Hill -- 31 Fingland Shank -- 34 Fingland Burn -- 34 Fors Syke -- 36 Fingland Shiel -- 36 Flintel Syke -- 37 Fawn Scars -- 55 Fort (Site of) -- 58 Far Paddock Cleuch -- 74 Garwald Water -- 14 Garwaldshiels Hope -- 16 Green Cleuch -- 40 Green Hill -- 56 Grassyards Rig -- 68 Horse Knowes -- 6 Haw Sike -- 35 Humphrey Law -- 72 Jock's Shoulder -- 19 [18] Kiddam Hass -- 13 Kiddamhill -- 20 Kiddam Hill -- 21 Kiln Knowe -- 60 Kitty's Knowe -- 63 Kimming Sike -- 66 Loch Fell -- 1 Loch Fell Sike -- 2 Lamblair Knowe -- 7 Little Strushel Burn -- 17 Lamb Syke -- 23 Little Hill -- 32 Langshawburn Rig -- 37 Lamblair Knowe -- 42 Lime Stone Well -- 55 Lamblair Knowe -- 66 Lain Slack -- 71 Lad Syke Rig -- 78 Lad Syke -- 78 Loath Knowe -- 86 Mid Rig -- 8 Milking Hass -- 11 Mid Rig -- 12 Mine Hill -- 14 Muckle White Hope -- 22 Marsh Syke -- 27
OS1/10/18/89 [Page] 89 Index (Continued) Names of Objects -- Pages Mid Sike -- 27 Moss Knowe -- 30 Milsie Brae -- 31 Muckle Knowe -- 36 March Sike -- 39 Mid Moss -- 41 Mid Sike -- 51 Mid Knowe -- 56 Manse -- 59 Moat Lone -- 70 Moat Knowe -- 70 Moat Hill -- 71 Moat Law -- 73 March Sike -- 75 Nether Mire Sike -- 8 Nether Craig -- 11 Nether Cassock -- 30 Nether Langshawburn -- 39 Nether Gowl Syke -- 41 Nettle Slack -- 55 Nether Dumfedling -- 64 Near Paddock Cleugh -- 74 Nether Myrtle Sike -- 77 Naked Sike -- 79 Naked Sike Rig -- 79 Over Mire Sike -- 5 Over Cassock -- 25 Over Gowl Sike -- 41 Over Dumfedling -- 60 Over Myrtle Sike -- 77 Powmuck Burn -- 11 Powdanna Burn -- 21 Pockleaf -- 23 Peat Sike -- 27 Peat Knowe -- 37 Peat Hill -- 69 Queens Mire Sike -- 42 Queens Mire -- 44 Rough Sike -- 38 Rae Burn -- 41 Roney Syke -- 42 Roney Rig -- 43 Rashie Knowe -- 47 Reformed Presbyterian Church -- 59 Rae Syke -- 68 Raeburnhead -- 75 South Loch Fell -- 4 Strushel Knowes -- 17 Strushel Bog -- 17 Spots Law -- 19 Spots Law Sike -- 21 Spots Law Rig -- 22 School -- 50 South Grain Rig -- 78 South Grain Pike -- 80 Stock Syke -- 83 Stock Knowe -- 83 Stock Hill -- 83 South Grain -- 85 The Gill -- 39 The Twa Sykes -- 76 Toddle Knowes -- 79 The Fell -- 81 Upper Sike -- 51 Upper Cleuch Rig -- 18 Wetwood Sike -- 51 Wetwood Hill -- 52 Wetwood Cleuch -- 52 Wetwood Rig -- 52 White Knowe -- 67 Woodlaw [Moodlaw] Burn -- 69 Watercleugh Knowe -- 76 Yade Syke -- 45 Yade Moss Lake -- 66 Yade Syke Rig -- 82 Yade Moss -- 67 * The Lake -- 25 Rispy Cleughs -- 19 Watch Craig -- 31 Wells Burn Linn -- 32 Davington Burn -- 11 Cauld Law Grain -- 12 Rispy Bog -- 22 Wetwood Hill -- 22 Drowningdub Rig -- 22 The Snout -- 22 Upper Hole -- 22 Bridge Sike -- 43 Thickside Hass -- 47 White Sike -- 49 Drinking Sike -- 56 Drowningdub Knowes -- 22, Eweslees Knowe -- 84, Bught Gill -- 67, Car Gill -- 67, Dun Moss -- 1,
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