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OS1/10/19/38

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ASPIE SIKE Aspie Syke Archibald Glendinning Farmer, Glendearg
James Glendinning Farmer, Over Cassock
018 [Situation] E [East] Side of Glenderg Burn
A small burn which rises on "Ewe Rig, and running westwardly, falls into Glendearg Burn, near to Strongcleugh (in ruins) This name is supposed to have been derived from Asp, a poisonous snake
BIRK SIKE Birk Syke Archibald Glendinning Farmer, Glendearg
James Glendinning Farmer, Over Cassock
018 [Situation] E [East] side of Glenderg Burn
A small burn which rises on "Ewe Rig and running westwardly falls into Glendearg Burn" near "Strongcleugh" (in ruins)
REEDIE SIKE Reedie Syke Archibald Glendinning Farmer, Glendearg
James Glendinning Farmer, Over Cassock
018 [Situation] E [East] Side of Glenderg Burn
A small burn which, rises on "Ewe Rig" and running westwardly falls into Glendearg Burn near "Strongcleugh" (in ruins)
STRONGCLEUGH (Ruins of) "Strongcleugh"
"Strongcleugh"
Archibald Glendinning Farmer, Glendearg.
James Glendinning Farmer, Over Cassock.
018 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile West of Ewe Rig
This was originally a farm house with out houses, and inclosures, which are all in ruins, it has not been inhabited for the last six years. It is the property of Miss Beattie of Crieve near Lockerbie

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[Page] 38
Parish of Eskdalemuir
Sheet 18. No. 1. Trace 2.

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