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Dumfriesshire volume 23

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OS1/10/23/1 HALF MORTON Half Morton Crawford's Map of Dumfriesshire Johnston's Map of Dumfriesshire Blackwood's Map of Dumfriesshire 052; 053; 058; 059 At the S.En [South Eastern] extremity of the County of Dumfries. The Name is derived from the circumstance of the existing Parish comprehending only one half of the original one of Morton, - the other half havingbeen annexed to Canonbie at the commencement of the 17th Century. The Parish of Half Morton is bounded on the North by those of Middlebie and Langholm, on the East by Cannonbie and Cumberlandshire, on the South by Gretna and Kirkpatrick-Fleming and on the West by Kirkpatrick-Fleming and Middlebie. There is no detached part of Half Morton within the boundaries of another Parish nor is there within the limits above assigned to it a detached portion of any other Parish but it is joined quoad Sacra to Langholm and consequently termed a quoad civilia Parish. Its greatest length is 5 miles and its greatest breadth 3 1/2 miles. It is an oblong stretching from North to South but having an indentation at its Southern extremity. Its entire area has now been computed at about 6300 acres. The district as a whole may be considered arable, the only exceptions being at the northern and South-western districts where small portions of the land are respectively hilly and boggy. The cultivated land is amongst the most fertile of this County, being peculiarly well drained and protected by thriving plantations. All the
OS1/10/23/1 [Page] 1 Parish of Half Morton County of Dumfries
OS1/10/23/2 Half Morton [Continued] All the hills are of very moderate height. The principal Streams are the River Sark which forms for the most part the En. [Eastern] boundary, Black Sark Water which partly traces the Wn. [Western] and SWn. [South Western] boundaries and Cadgill Burn from the northern district SE [South East] to River Sark - the interior being well watered by Springs and rills. Two Turnpike roads from the Sn [Southern] extremity running North diverge respectively South and North and East and West and another line runs from West to East across the Nn [Northern] district. There are no manufactories carried on nor minerals wrought. There is nothing in the district deserving the name of village or town. There is a Quoad Sacra Church centrally Situated also a Parish School. The principal proprietor is Sir John Herron Maxwell of Springkell. Population about 700. The site of an ancient Chapel has been shewn.
OS1/10/23/2 [Page] 2 Parish of Half Morton County of Dumfries
OS1/10/23/3 ALLFORNOUGHT BURN Allfornought Burn Allfornought Burn William Park Solwaybank Toll Bar Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith, Minister Half Morton 052; 053 [Situation] On the boundary between Middlebie and Half Morton. A stream which has its source North of Alfornought, this name applies to it as far as Pringle Burn, where they both unite and fall into Lark River; the latter forms the Boundary between Canonbie and Half Morton Phs. [Parishes] and falls into the Solway Frith
OS1/10/23/3 WOODSIDE BURN Woodside Burn See Page 131. of Middlebie Name Book for authorities. 052; 053
OS1/10/23/3 GIBSON'S KNOWE Gibson's Knowe Gibson's Knowe William Park Solway Bank TollBar Rev [Reverend] Mr Smith, Minister Half Morton 052 [Situation] On the south bank of Allfornought Burn. A small hill the surface of which is RP. [Rough Pasture] about a quarter of a mile North of Solway Bank Toll Bar, beside Allfornought Burn on the Highstoneridge farm.
OS1/10/23/3 [Page] 3 Parish of Half Morton Plan 52.12 Trace 1
OS1/10/23/4 SOLWAYBANK T.P. Solwaybank Toll Bar Solwaybank TollBar William Park Solwaybank Toll Bar Andrew Park, Farmer Highstoneridge 052 [Situation] Near the En [Eastern] extremity of Parish. A Tollhouse on the road leading from Springkell to Canonbie with garden attached, property of the Road Trustees. Collector William Park.
OS1/10/23/4 [Page] 4 Parish of Half Morton Plan 52.12 Trace 2 [Signed] Michael Henigan
OS1/10/23/5 ALLFORNOUGHT BURN Allfornought Burn Allfornought Burn William Park Solwaybank Tollbar Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Minister Half Morton 052; 053 [Situation] On the boundary between Middlebie and Half Morton. A large Stream having its Source West of Chapelhill, flowing in An Easterly direction till it joins Pringle Burn where they both unite and form Sark River
OS1/10/23/5 WOODSIDE BURN Woodside Burn See Page 131 of Middlebie Name Book for Authorities 052; 053
OS1/10/23/5 SOLWAYBANK Solwaybank Solwaybank Charles Milligan Farmer Solwaybank Revd Mr Smith Minister ChapelKnowe 053 [Situation] In the Nn. [Northern] district of this Parish. A middling Sized farm house two Stories high Slated and in good repair having an arable farm attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet] Tenanted by Charles Milligan.
OS1/10/23/5 [Page] 5 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 53.9 Trace 1
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OS1/10/23/7 WATTAMAN Wattaman Wattaman Wattaman Wattaman David Johnstone Wattman Thomas Bell Parkhead Thomas Little Bogra Property Documents 053 [Situation] Near the N.En [North Eastern] point of the Parish. A farmhouse with outhouses garden and farm of land attached, occupied by David Johnstone, on the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkell
OS1/10/23/7 RIVER SARK Sark River Sark River Sark River Sark River David Johnstone Farmer Wattaman William Allen Farmer Barnglieshead Peter Graham Farmer Nether Bogra Johnstones Country Map 053; 059 [Situation] On the Nn [Northern] And En [Eastern] Parish Boundary. A small river having its source at the confluence of Allfornought Burn and Pingle Burn, and flowing from that in a southerly direction, falls into the Solway Firth.
OS1/10/23/7 BELL'S FLOW Bells Flow See Page 17 for Authorities etc. 053
OS1/10/23/7 [Page] 6 Parish of Half Morton Plan 53.9 Trace 2 Mich Henigan
OS1/10/23/8 HOLE BURN Hole Burn David Johnstone Wattman Thomas Litttle Bogra Thomas Bell Parkhead 053 [Situation] At the N.En. [North Eastern] point of this Parish A small stream which has its source at Hole it runs a considerable way and falls into the River Sark it forms the Boundary between Half Morton & Canonbie Phs [Parishes] for a short distance near its junction with the River Sark
OS1/10/23/8 [Page] 8 Parish of Half Morton Plan 53.9 Trace 3 [Signed] M. Henigan
OS1/10/23/9 GEORDIESHALL Geordieshall Geordieshall Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Minister Half Morton Andrew Park, Farmer Highstoneridge 052 [Situation] Near the N.Wn [North Western] point of Parish. A cottage with garden attached occupied by a Labr. [Labourer] on the Highstoneridge farm The houses on the opposite side of the wood are called Wallaceshall; they are in Middlebie Ph. [Parish].
OS1/10/23/9 [Page] 9 Parish of Half Morton Plan 52.16 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Henigan
OS1/10/23/10 CADGILL BURN Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Minister Half Morton Thomas Heard Schoolmaster Half Morton Andrew Park Farmer Highstoneridge 052; 059 [Situation] From the N.Wn [North Western] point of Parish, SE by S. [South East by S] to River Sark A stream which has its source N.W.[North West] of Allfornought in the Parish of Middlebie it forms the boundary for a considerable distance between the parishes of Half Morton and Kirkpatrick Fleming. it flows into the River Sark.
OS1/10/23/10 HIGHSTENRIES Highstoneridge Highstoneridge Highstoneridge Highstonerig Highstenries Highstenries Revd. [Reverend] Mr Smith Minister Half Morton Andrew Park, Occupant Johnston's Map of Dumfriesshire William T.C Borthwick, Hopsrig Factor for Estate of Westerhall Lease and Rent Receipts 052 [Situation] 23 chains S.E.E. [South South East] from Geordieshall A farm house with outhouses garden and farm of land attached occupied by Andrew Park on the property of the Heirs of Sir F. Johnston of Westerhall
OS1/10/23/10 [Page] 10 Parish of Half Morton Plan 52.16 Trace 2 [Signed] M. Henigan
OS1/10/23/11 NED'S BECK Ned's Beck Ned's Beck Charles Milligan Farmer Solwaybank John Park Solwaybank Bar 052; 053; 059 [Situation] From 67 chains nearly East from Highstoneridge, East to Cadgill Burn. A Small Stream rising near Solwaybank Bar And running in an easterly direction into Cadgill Burn.
OS1/10/23/11 [Page] 11 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 52 No 16 Trace 3 [Signed] J Resuggan Sapr. RE [Sapper Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/23/12 SMITHY SIKE Smithy Syke Smithy Syke William Ewart Laborer Hillhead Cottage George Notman Farmer Auchenguile 052; 058 [Situation] From nearly 1/2 mile SE [South East] from Bercles South to Cadgill Burn. A Small Stream rising on the farm of Bercles and running in a Southerly direction into Cadgill Burn.
OS1/10/23/12 [Page] 12 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 52 No 16 Trace 5 [Signed] J Resuggan Sapr. RE [Sapper Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/23/13 BERCLEES Berclees Berclees Berklies Barcloshead Thomas Brydon Farmer Berclees Mathew Graham Laborer Berclees Valuation Rolls for 1827 Johnston's Map of Dumfriesshire 052 [Situation] 3/4 mile S.S.E [South South East] from Highstoneridge. A farm house One Story high with offices, garden and a farm of arabel And pasture land attached. Tenanted by Thomas Brydon. The property of Sir John Maxwell Sprinkeld.
OS1/10/23/13 [Page] 13 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 52 No 16 Trace 6
OS1/10/23/14 [Page] 14 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 52 No 16 Trace 4 [Entry scored through]
OS1/10/23/15 NED'S BECK Ned's Beck Ned's Beck Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith, Half Morton Charles Milligan, Solwaybank 052; 053; 059 [Situation] From 67 chains nearly East from Highstoneridge, East to Cadgill Burn. A small stream having its source on the farm of Solwaybank, flowing in a Southerly direction, and falls into Cadgill Burm.
OS1/10/23/15 [Page] 15 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 53 No 13 Trace 1
OS1/10/23/16 WAUGHSLEE HILL Wauchslea Hill Wauchslea Hill Wauchslea Hill Waughslee Waughslee Thomas Bell Parkhead Thomas Little Bogra David Johnstone Wattman Valuation Rolls See page 35. 053 [Situation] At the Sn. [Southern] extremity of Bell's Flow. A Hill of considerable elevation, the surface of which arable, with a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] pole on its Summit, in the Parkhead farm on the property of Sir J. Maxwell.
OS1/10/23/16 [Page] 16 Parish of Half Morton Plan 53.13 Trace 6 [Signed] M Henigan
OS1/10/23/17 BELL'S FLOW Bell's Flow Bell's Flow Bell's Flow Thomas Little Bogra David Johnstone Wattman Thomas Bell Parkhead 053 [Situation] In the N. En. [North Eastern] district of Parish. A large tract of moss a little East of Bogra, on the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld.
OS1/10/23/17 BELLS SIKE Bell's Syke Bell's Syke Bell's Syke Thomas Little Bogra, David Johnstone Wattman Thomas Bell Parkhead 053 [Situation] On Bell's Flow. A stream which has its source on the East of Bells Flow, it forms the March between Bogra and Wattaman farms, for a considerable distance, and falls into the River Sark.
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OS1/10/23/18 RIVER SARK River Sark River Sark River Sark Thomas Little Bogra David Johnstone Wattman Thomas Bell Parkhead 053; 059 [Situation] On the boundary between Half Morton and Canonbie. AA large stream which has its source at Allfornoughthill in the Parish of Middlebie it forms the boundary chiefly between Canonbie and Half Morton parishes and flows into the Solway Frith.
OS1/10/23/18 [Page] 18 Plan 53.13 Trace 6 Parish of Half Morton [Signed] M Henigan
OS1/10/23/19 BOGRA Bogra Bogra Bogra Nether Bogrie John Little Farmer Bogra John Anderson Joiner Peelwalls Property Documents Johnstons' County Map 053 [Situation] Near the En [Eastern] point of Parish. A farm house One Story high with offices & threshing machine all in good repair. There is a vegetable garden And a Small farm of Arable land attached. Occupied by Mr. John Little. The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld.
OS1/10/23/19 PEELWALLS Peelwalls Peelwalls John Anderson Joiner Peelwalls John Little Farmer Bogra 053 [Situation] 19 chains SE by S [South East by South] from Bogra. A Small house One Story high. It stands on the farm of 'Bogra' The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld. It is occupied by a joiner.
OS1/10/23/19 RIVER SARK Sark River Sark River Sark River William Allen, Farmer Baruglieshead Peter Graham, Farmer Nether Bogrie Robert Irvine, Tower of Sark Johnston's County Map 053; 059 [Situation] Tracing En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary. A small river having its source at the confluence of Allfornought Burn & Pringle Burn, and flowing in a Southerly direction, falls into the Solway Firth.
OS1/10/23/19 [Page] 19 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 33 No 14 Trace No. [Signes J Resuggan Sapr. R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]
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OS1/10/23/21 [Page] 21 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 58 No 4 Trace 1 [All entries scored through]
OS1/10/23/22 AUCHENGYLE Auchenguile Auchenguile Auchengyle Auchengyle James Notman Farmer Auchenguile George Notman Farmer Auchenguile Johnston's County Map Valuation Rolls for 1827 058 [Situation] On the Eastbank of Cadgill Burn. A middling Sized farm house two Storeys high having a threshing machine [and] office houses attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld Tenanted by James Notman
OS1/10/23/22 SMITHY SIKE Smithy Syke Smithy Syke William Ewart Laborer Hillhead Cottage George Notman Farmer Auchenguile 052; 058 [Situation] From nearly 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] of Bercles S. [South] to Cadgill Burn A small burn rising on the farm of Berclees flowing in a Southerly direction and empties itself into Cadgill Burn.
OS1/10/23/22 CADGILL WOOD Cadgill Wood Cadgill Wood Cadgill Wood Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Half Morton Thomas Heard Schoolmaster Half Morton Property Documents 058; 059 [Situation] On Cadgill Burn. A large wood of full grown firs etc the property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/10/23/22 CADGILL BURN Catgill Burn Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn William Ewart Laborer Hillhead Cottage Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Half Morton Thomas Heard Schoolmaster Half Morton Property Documents 052; 059 [Situation] From the N.E. [North East] point of the Parish S.E. by E. [South East by East] t Cadgill Burn. A Considerable Stream having its source near Snabb Kirkpatrick Fleming flowing in an Easterly direction and emptying itself into Sark River
OS1/10/23/22 [Page] 22 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 58 No 4 Trace 2
OS1/10/23/23 HILLHEAD COTTAGE Hillhead Cottage Hillhead Cottage James Armstrong Farmer Hillhead William Ewart Laborer Hillhead Cottage 058 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S. E. by S. [South East by South] from Auchengyle. A small house one Story high thatched and in good repair the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld Tenanted by William Ewart.
OS1/10/23/23 SMALLHOLMS BURN Smallholms Burn Smallholms Burn James Broach, Farmer, Smallholms John Richardson, Farmer, Howdens 058 [Situation] From the Parish Boundary S.E. to Logan Burn. A small stream having its source about 1/2 a mile west of Hillhead, and flowing in a South easterly direction, falls into Logan Burn.
OS1/10/23/23 THORTOUR SIKE Thortor Syke Thortor Syke Thortour - transverse James Broach Farmer Smallholms John Richardon Farmer, Howdens Dr [Doctor] Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary 058 [Situation] From a Pond 1/4 mile S. [South] of Hillhead Cottage S.W. [South West] to Smallholms Burn. A small stream having its source at a pond about 1/4 of a mile South of Hillhead Cottage, and flowing in a Southerly direction falls into Smallholms Burn.
OS1/10/23/23 [Page] 23 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 58 No. 4 Trace 4
OS1/10/23/24 HILLHEAD Hillhead Hillhead Hillhead James Armstrong Farmer Hillhead Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Half Morton Johnston's County Map 058 [Situation] 25 chains South of Auchengyle. A middling Sized farm house two Storeys high slated and in good repair having a garden and threshing machine attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld Tenanted by James Armstrong
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OS1/10/23/25 TURNER'S LINN Turner's Linn Turner's Linn Turner's Linn William Graham Catgillhead Andrew Gass Catgillside John Leslie Millar Catgill Mill 059 [Situation] On the N. [North] bank of Cadgill Burn. A hollow piece of ground beside Catgill Burn, in Catgill Wood in which is a Sandstone Quarry.
OS1/10/23/25 WOODHOUSE Woodhouse Woodhouse Woodhouse John Leslie Catgill Mill William Graham Catgillhead John Leslie Millar Catgill Mill 059 [Situation] On the West side of Cadgill Burn. A cottage with garden attached East of Catgillside occupied by Sir J. Maxwell's gamekeeper.
OS1/10/23/25 CADGILLSIDE Cadgillside Cadgillside Cadgillside Cadgillside Catgillside Andrew Gass Catgillside John Leslie Catgill Mill William Graham Catgillhead Property Documents Johnston's County Map 059 [Situation] 8 chains West of Woodhouse. A farm house with outhouses, garden thrashing machine and farm of land attached occupied by Andrew Gass on the property of Sir J. Maxwell
OS1/10/23/25 [Page] 25 Parish of Half Morton Plan 59.1 Trace 1 [Signed] M Henigan
OS1/10/23/26 CADGILLHEAD Cadgillhead Cadgillhead Cadgillhead Catgillhead Cadgillhead William Graham Catgillhead Andrew Gass Catgillside John Leslie, Millar Catgil Mill Johnston's County Map Valuation Rolls 059 [Situation] About 1/4 mile N. [North] from Cadgillside. A farm house with outhouses garden thrashing machine and farm of land attached occupied by William Graham on the property of Sir J. Maxwell
OS1/10/23/26 CADGILL MILL (Corn) Cadgill Mill Cadgill Mill Cadgill Mill William Graham Catgillhead Andrew Gass Catgillside John Leslie Millar Catgill Mill 059 [Situation] Between Cadgillside and Cadgillhead. A corn and saw mill 15 horse power in good repair with a dwelling house and garden attached John Leslie Millar on the property of Sir J. Maxwell
OS1/10/23/26 CADGILL WOOD Cadgill Wood Cadgill Wood Cadgill Wood Cadgill Wood William Graham Catgillhead Andrew Gass Catgillside John Leslie Catgill Mill Property Documents 058; 059 [Situation] On Cadgill Burn. A large tract of wood, mixed, through which Catgill Burn flows on the property of Sir John Maxwell.
OS1/10/23/26 [Page] 26 Parish of Half Morton Plan 59.1 Trace 1 [Signed] M Henigan
OS1/10/23/27 NED'S BECK Ned's Beck Ned's Beck Ned's Beck John Leslie Catgill Mill Andrew Gass Catgillside William Graham Catgillshead 052; 053; 059 [Situation] From 67 Chains nearly East from Highstoneridge East by South to Cadgill Burn. A stream which has its source a little South of Solwaybank Toll Bar it flows in a Southern direction and falls into Catgill Burn.
OS1/10/23/27 HEATHFIELD Heathfield Heathfield Heathfield Heathfield John Leslie Catgillside Andrew Gass Catgillside William Graham Catgillhead Johnston's County Map 059 [Situation] About 36 chains nearly East from Cadgillside. A farm house, in bad repair with outhouse and garden attached occupied by Miss ___ on the property of Sir J. Maxwell
OS1/10/23/27 [Page] 27 Parish of Half Morton Plan 59.1 Trace 2 [Signed] M Henigan
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OS1/10/23/29 OAKWOODHILL Oakwoodhill Oakwoodhill Oakwoodhill John Dirom Farmer Oakwood Hill John Bell Tailor Chapelknowe Johnston's County Map 059 [Situation] 28 chains S.E. by S. [South East by South] from Cadgillside. A Small farm house One Story high with Offices, vegetable garden And a Small farm of Arable land attached. Occupied by John Dirom. The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld.
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OS1/10/23/30 CHURCH (Quoad Sacra) [Oakwoodhill] Church Ph. [Parish] Church Ph. [Parish] Revd [Reverend] William Burnet Chapelknowe John Bell Tailor Chapelknowe 059 [Situation] 1/2 mile East from Oakwoodhill. A very plain building erected in the year 1744. It Contains Sittings for about 220. the average number of Communicants is 90, regular attendants 90. Patron, Crown & Duke of Buccleuch.
OS1/10/23/30 MANSE [ph, Oakwoodhill] Manse Ph. [Parish] Manse Ph. [Parish] Revd [Reverend] William Burnet Chapelknowe John Bell Tailor Chapelknowe 059 [Situation] 15 Chains S.W. [South West] from the Parish Church. A neat Stone building two Stories high with Offices, garden, and a Glebe of 5 Acres of land attached. Occupied by the Revd. [Reverend] William Burnet. Stipend 150£.
OS1/10/23/30 TIMPANHECK Timponheck Timpenheck Timpinheck Timpanheck Revd [Reverend] William. Burnett Chapelknowe Thomas Pollock Farmer Timpinheck Johnson's County Map Valuation Rolls 059 [Situation] 11 Chains nearly South from the Parish Church. A farm house One Story high with Offices And thrashing machine all in good repair There is a garden and a farm of Arable land attached occupied by Thomas Pollock. The property of Sir John Maxwell, Springkeld.
OS1/10/23/30 [Page] 30 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 59 No 1 Trace 5 [Signed J. Resuggan Sapr. R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/23/31 SCHOOL [nr parish church] School Ph. [Parish] School Ph. [Parish] Revd. [Reverend] William Burnet Chapel Knowe John Bell Tailor Chapel Knowe 059 [Situation] 27 Chains S.S.W. [South South West] from the Parish Church. A very plain Stone building one Story high where about 50 schollars are taught the common rudiments of education. Mr. Thomas Heard Master, his Salary is £25.13.3 besides Schollars fees which are 3s [shillings] per quarter.
OS1/10/23/31 FREE CHURCH [S of Parish Church] Free Church Free Church Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Minister Half Morton Thomas Heard Schoolmaster Half Morton 059 [Situation] About 18 Chains nearly South from the Parish Church. A small plain building Seated for 300, the average number of attendants 150, & the average number of Communicants 150 Revd. [Reverend] Mr Smith is the Minister, his stipend is the average of the Sustentation Funds.
OS1/10/23/31 MANSE [nr Free Church] Manse (Free Church) Manse (Free Church) Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Minister Thomas Pollock, Farmer Timpenheck 059 [Situation] Adjoining the Free Church on the S.W. [South West]. A large house attached to the Free Church, with offices, all in good reper; having a garden attached. Occupied by Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Smith.
OS1/10/23/31 [Page] 31 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 39 No 1 Trace 5 [Signed] J Resuggan Sapr. R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/23/32 CADGILL BURN Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn John Dirom Farmer Oakwood Hill John Bell Tailor Chapelknowe Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Half Morton 052; 059 [Situation] A considerable Stream having its Source near Snabb in Kirkpatrick Fleming, flowing in an easterly direction And emptying itself into the River Sark.
OS1/10/23/32 [Page] 32 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 59 No 1 Trace 5 [Signed] J Resuggan Sapr. R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/23/33 PARKHEAD Parkhead Parkhead Mr Thomas Bell Farmer Parkhead Mr Thomas Pollock Farm Timpenheck 059 [Situation] About 45 chains nearly east from Cadgillhead. A one Storey house with garden and office houses attached Situated half a mile west of Wauchlee it is the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld.
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OS1/10/23/33 [Page] 33 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 59 No 1 Trace 5 Waughslee - See Page 35 for description and authorities. [Signed] Thomas Ratcliffe Ca [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/23/33 Second heading not entered Waughslee Waughslee [Authority] See page 35 for description and authorities
OS1/10/23/34 CUDDYCLEUCH Cuddycleuch Cuddycleuch Cuddycleuch Thomas Pollock FarmerTimpenheck Thomas Bell Farmer Parkhead John Donaldson, Occupant 059 [Situation] 31 chains S.S.E. [South South East] from the Parish Church A one storey house in bad repair having garden attached Situated a little South of Timpenheck and is the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkell. Occupied by John Donaldson.
OS1/10/23/34 CUDDY CLEUCH Cuddy Cleuch Cuddy Cleuch Thomas Pollock, Farmer, Timpenheck John donaldson Cuddycleuch 059 [Situation] N.E. [North East] of Cuddycleuch. A small hollow in an arable field, on the farm of Cadgillfoot.
OS1/10/23/34 [Page] 34 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 59 No 1 Trace 6. [Signed] Thomas Ratcliffe Ca [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/23/35 WAUGHSLEE Waughslee Waughslee Waughslee John Anderson Joiner Peelwalls John Little Farmer Bogra Valuation Rolls for 1827. 059 [Situation] At the Eastern side of the Parish. A farm house One Story high with offices & thrashing machine all in good repair. There is a vegetable garden and a farm of Arable land attached. Occupied by Mrs. Bell. The property of Sir John Maxwell, Springkeld.
OS1/10/23/35 RIVER SARK Sark River Sark River Sark River Sark River William Allen Farmer Barnglieshead Peter Graham, Farmer Nether Bogrie Robert Irvine, Lower of Sark Johnston's County Map [Situation] Tracing En.[Eastern] Parish Boundary. A small river having its source at the confluence of Allfonought Burn & Pringle Burn, and flowing from that in a Southerly direction, falls into the Solway Firth.
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OS1/10/23/36 DYKESIDE Dykeside Dykeside John Graham Farmer Dykeside John Anderson Joiner Peelwalls 059 [Situation] 28 chains S.E. by S. [South East by South] from Waughslee. A Small farm house one story high with offices, vegetable garden, And a small farm of Arable land attached, occupied by John Graham. The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld.
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OS1/10/23/37 SMALLHOLMS BURN Smallholms Burn Smallholms Burn James Broach. Farmer Smallholm James Notman Farmer Auchenguile 058 [Situation] From Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary S.E. [South East] to Logan Burn. A Small burn rising about 40 Chains North West of Flouden, flowing in a South Easterly direction and empties itself into Logan Burn.
OS1/10/23/37 THORTOUR SIKE Thortor Syke Thortor Syke Thortour, transverse James Broach Farmer Smallholms James Notman Farmer Auchenguile Dr. [Doctor] Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary 058 [Situation] From about 1/4 mile South of Hillhead Cottage. A small burn risinf 14 Chains and having its Source from a Pond; flows in a Southerly direction and empties itself into Smallholm Burn.
OS1/10/23/37 LOGAN BURN Logan Burn James Broach Farmer Smallholms James Notman Farmer Auchenguile 058; 059 [Situation] From the Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary East to Black Sark. A Small Stream having its Source near Burnfoot Hill flowing in a South Easterly direction and empties itself into the Balck Sark.
OS1/10/23/37 [Page] 37 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 58 No 8 Trace 2
OS1/10/23/38 SMALLHOLMS Smallholms Smallholms James Broach Farmer Smallholms John Richardson Farmer Flowdens 058 [Situation] 10 Chains East of Smallholms Burn. A middling Sized farm house one Story high having office houses attached all in bad repair The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld. Occupied by James Broach
OS1/10/23/38 FLOWDENS Flowdens Flowdens John Richardson Farmer Flowdens James Broach Farmer Smallholms 058 [Situation] 22 Chains S.W [South West] of Smallholms. A Small farm house one Storey high thatched and in bad repair having office houses attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld. Tenanted by J Richardson.
OS1/10/23/38 LOGAN BRIDGE Logan Bridge Thomas Geddes. Laborer Logan Bridge James Corrie Laborer Logan Bridge 058 [Situation] Over Logan Burn 1/4 mile South of Smallholms. This name applies to a small bridge with one Arch through which Logan Burn runs. It is upheld by the Parish Authorities.
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OS1/10/23/39 LOGANHOUSE Logan House Logan House David Geddes Farmer Loganhouse James Broach Farmer Smallholms 058 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] from Smallholms. A middling Sized farm house two Storeys high slated and in good repair. having a threshing machine and gardens attached etc the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld. Tenanted by David Geddes.
OS1/10/23/39 KNOWEHEAD Knowehead Knowehead David Geddes Farmer Loganhouse James Broach Farmer Smallholms 058 [Situation] Nearly 1/2 mile S.E. by E. [South East by East] from Smallholms A small house one Storey high and in good repair the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld occupied by Laborers
OS1/10/23/39 RYEBANK Ryebank Ryebank D Geddes Farmer Loganhouse James Broach Farmer Smallholms 058 [Situation] Between Smallholms and Knowehead. A small house one Storey high thatched and in bad repair having two Small gardens attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld occupied by Laborers
OS1/10/23/39 BIRKIE SIKE Birkie Syke Birkie Syke D Geddes Farmer Loganhouse James Broach Farmer Smallholms 058 [Situation] 8 Chains East of Loganhouse. A small burn rising 7 Chains South of Logan house and empties itself into Logan Burn.
OS1/10/23/39 [Page] 39 Parish of Half Morton Sheet 58 No 8 Trace 3 Birkie abounding with birchwood - Dr. [Doctor] Jamieson's Dictionary
OS1/10/23/40 HINDSIKE Hindsyke Hindsyke John Richardson Farmer Flowdens John Rome Farmer South Woodhead 058 32 Chains S.W. by S. [South West by South] from Smallholms. This name applies to a Small house one Storey high thatched and in bad repair having a Small garden attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld occupied by William Hall Laborer
OS1/10/23/40 SOUTH WOODSIDE South Woodhead South Woodhead John Rome Farmer South Woodhead John Richardson Farmer Flowdens 058 [Situation] At the S.Wn. [South Western] point of this Parish. A middling Sized farm house one Storey high slated and ingood repair there is a garden and threshing machine attached the property of Sir John Maxwell SpringKeld Tenanted by John Rome.
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OS1/10/23/41 BECTONHALL T.P. Bectonhall (Toll Bar) Bectonhall (Toll Bar) Bechtonhall Bechtonhall George Nixon Tol Keeper Bectonhall D Geddes Farmer Loganhouse Valuation Rolls Ancient & Modern 058 [Situation] Nearly 1/4 mile South of Loganhouse. A Small house One Storey high Slated and in good repair occupied by George Nixon; the property of the Road Trustees.
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OS1/10/23/43 LOGAN MAINS Logans Mains Logans Mains Logans Mains Logan Mains James Struthers Loganmains William Little Loganbrae Robert Gaddes Chapelknowe Johnston's County Map Valuation Rolls 059 [Situation] 36 Chains Westerly from Chapelknowe. A farm house with outhouses garden thrashing machine and farm of land attached occupied by James Struthers on the property of Sir J Maxwell
OS1/10/23/43 LOGAN BURN Logan Burn Logan Burn Logan Burn James Struthers Loganmains William Little Loganbrae Robert Gaddes Chapelknowe 058; 059 [Situation] From Wn [Western] Parish Boundary S.E. [South East] to River Sark. A stream which has its source a little North of Flowdens, it passes through Loganmains farm, and falls into the River Sark.
OS1/10/23/43 POST OFFICE [Chapelknowe] Post Office (Sulb) Post Office (Sub) Revd [Reverend] Mr Little Half Morton Robert Gaddes Chapelknowe 059 [Situation] In Chapelknowe hamlet. A small house one storey and in good repair, having a garden attached. J. Murray is the Postmaster. There is one despatch & one delivery each day. The house is the property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet].
OS1/10/23/43 [Page] 43 Parish of Half Morton Plan 59.5 Trace 1 [Signed] Mich Henigan
OS1/10/23/44 T.P. [Chapelknowe] Chapelknowe Toll Bar Chapelknowe Toll Bar Chapelknowe Toll Bar Robert Gaddes Innkeeper Chapelknowe James Struthers Loganmains Revd [Reverend] James Michael John Chapelknowe 059 [Situation] In the N.Wn. [North Western] vicinity of Chapelknowe. A Tollhouse beside Chapel Knowe on the road from ChapelKnowe to Moffat, George Nixon Collector. Property of the Road Trustees.
OS1/10/23/44 CHAPELKNOWE Chapelknowe Chapelknowe Chapelknowe Revd [Reverend] J Michael John Chapelknowe Robert Gaddes Innkeeper Chapelknowe James Struthers Loganmains 059 [Situation] On the Turnpike Road from Gretna to Canonbie. A small village comprising a number of houses an Inn and Post Office with gardens attached principally occupied by Laborers on the property of Sir John Maxwell situate about 5 miles North of Longton and about 3 miles East of Kirkpatrick.
OS1/10/23/44 CROSS KEYS INN [Chapelknowe] Cross Keys Inn Cross Keys Inn Cross Keys Inn Robert Gaddes InnKeeper, Chapelstowe James Struthers Logan Mains William Little Loganbrae 059 [Situation] In Chapelknowe. An public house in good repair with Suitable outhouses garden, thrashing machine, and farm of land attached occupied by Robert Gaddes on the property of Sir John Maxwell.
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OS1/10/23/45 CADGILL Cadgill Cadgill Cadgill Cadgill Cadgill Robert Gaddes Chapelknowe William Little Loganbrae James Struthers Loganmains Johnston's County Map Valuation Rolls (1827) 059 [Situation] 1/4 mile N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Chapelknowe. A number of cottages about a quarter of a mile E [East] of Chapel Knowe, occupied by Laborers, on the property of Sir John Maxwell.
OS1/10/23/45 CADGILL FLOW Cadgill Flow Cadgill flow cadgill Flow Robert Gaddes Chapelknowe William Little Loganbrae James Struthers Loganmains 059 [Situation] In the N. En. [North Eastern] vicinity of Chapelknowe. A large tract of moss beside ChapelKnowe and Catgill, from which the inhabitants of the former places are supplied with peat.
OS1/10/23/45 MANSE [U.P., Chapelknowe] U.P [United Presbyterian] Manse U.P [United Presbyterian] Manse U.P [United Presbyterian] Manse Revd [Reverend] James Michael John U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse Chapelknowe William Little Loganbrae James Struthers Loganmains 059 [Situation] At the N. [North] end of Chapelknowe. A nice house with offices and garden attached, the residence of the Revd. [Reverend] J. Michael John Minister of the United Presbyterian Church.
OS1/10/23/45 [Page] 45 Parish of Half Morton Plan 59.5 Trace 2 [Signed] Michael Henigan
OS1/10/23/46 CHURCH (United Presbyterian) [Chapelknowe] U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church Revd [Reverend] James Michael John Chapelknowe Robert Gaddes Chapelknowe William Little Loganbrae 059 [Situation] At the North end of Chapelknowe. A small plain building large enough to afford accommodation for 150 the average attendance is about 80. The Revd. [Reverend] James Michael John is the Minister.
OS1/10/23/46 COCKHALL Cockhall Cockhall Cockhall Robert Gaddes Chapelknowe William Little Loganbrae James Struthers Loganmains 059 [Situation] 27 Chains East from Chapelknowe. Two cottages with gardens occupied by Weavers, on the property of Sir John Maxwell.
OS1/10/23/46 FLOWSIDE Flowside Flowside Flowside Robert Gaddes Chapelstowe William Little Loganbrae James Struthers Loganmain 059 [Situation] 12 Chains East from Chapelknowe. Two cottages with gardens occupied by Weavers, on the property of Sir John Maxwell.
OS1/10/23/46 [Page] 46 Parish of Half Morton plan 59.5 Trace 2 [Signed] M Henigan
OS1/10/23/47 CADGILL BURN Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn William Anderson, Farmer, Catgillfoot James Scott, Weaver Scotsfield 059 [Situation] From the N.Wn. [North Western] point of the Parish S.E. by S. [South East by South] to River Sark. A small stream having its source near Snabb in Kirkpatrick Ph. [Parish] flowing in an Easterly direction and empties itself into the Sark.
OS1/10/23/47 CADGILLFOOT Cadgillfoot Cadgillfoot James Scott Weaver Scotsfield William Anderson Farmer Catgillfoot 059 [Situation] Nearly 1 mile East of Chapelknowe. A Small farm house one Storey high thatched and in bad repair having office houses and threshing machine there is a vegetable garden and an arable farm attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Spring Kell Tenanted by William Anderson.
OS1/10/23/47 RIVER SARK Sark River Sark River Andrew Graham Millar Corrie Mill William Anderson Farmer Cadgillfoot 059 [Situation] On the En. Ph. [Eastern Parish] Boundary. A Considerable burn having its Source near Bloch Wells flows in a South Easterly direction and Empties itself into the Solway Firth.
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OS1/10/23/48 SCOTSFIELD Scotsfield Scotsfield James Scott Weaver Scotsfield John Bell Tailor Howside 059 [Situated]Between Chapelknowe and Cadgillfoot - Two Small Cottages one Story high slated And in good repair and having a Small garden attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet] Tenanted by James Scott and James Watson
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OS1/10/23/49 BECTONHALL Bectonhall Bectonhall Bectonhall Bechtonhall William Little Grocer Logan Brae James Ewart Farmer Stubbieknowe Property Documents Valuation Rolls Johnson's County Map 058 [Situation] - 1/2 mile S. W. [South West] from ChapelKnowe - A small farm house one story high with offices and a farm of Arable land attached. The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld. -
OS1/10/23/49 LOGANBRAE Loganbrae Loganbrae William Little Grocer Logan Brae James Ewart Farm Stubbieknowe 059 [Situation] - 31 Chains Sw. by S. [Southwest by South] from Chapelknowe - A house one story high slated and in good repair. It has a vegitable garden and a few Acres of Arable land attached. Occupied by the proprietor Mr William Little. -
OS1/10/23/49 STONYLEE Stonylee Stonylee William Little Grocer Logan Brae James Ewart Farmer Stubbieknowe 059 [Situation] - Upwards of 1/2 mile S. S.W. [South South West] from Chapelknowe, Once a farm house but now occupied by the Ph [Parish] Schoolmaster & laboring people. The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld. This house is two stories high slated and good repair.
OS1/10/23/49 Parish of Half Morton -- Sheet 59 No 5 -- Trace 4 -- [Page] 49
OS1/10/23/50 Parish of Half Morton -- Sheet 59 No 5 -- Trace 4 -- [Page] 50 Logan Burn has been crossed out
OS1/10/23/51 STUBBIEKNOWE Stubbieknowe Stubbieknowe James Ewart Farm Stubbieknowe William Little Grocer Logan Brae 059 [Situation] - 46 chains S.S.E [South South East] from Chapelknowe - A good farm house One storey high with Offices & thrashing machine all in good repair. There is a vegitable and a farm of Arable land attached. Tenanted by James Ewart. The property of Sir John Maxwell SpringKeld. -
OS1/10/23/51 Parish of Half Morton -- Sheet 39 No 5 -- Trace 5 -- [Page] 51 Entry for Stubbieknowe Cottage is crossed out.
OS1/10/23/52 Site of CHAPEL [Chapelknowe] Site of Chapel Site of Chapel Robert Geddes Chapelknowe Robert Irvine Tower of Sark 059 [Situation]- In the S. W. [South West] vicinity of Chapelknowe. - This is the site of a chapel, which is supposed by tradition to have fallen into decay about the time of the Reformation.
OS1/10/23/52 Parish of Half Morton-- Sheet 59 No 5 -- Trace 1 -- [Page] 52 [Note] "This site is not yet properly determined, but will be inserted & these Plans are returned from Southampton." [Signed] D Mason Capt RE [Captain Royal Engineers] ?
OS1/10/23/53 GREENWRAE Greenwrae Greenwrae Green Wrae Greenwrae James Byers Farmer Greenwrae James Ewart Farm Stubbieknowe Johnson's County Map Valuation Rolls for 1827 059 [Situation] Nearly 1 mile S .E. by E. [South East by East] from Chapelknowe - A large farm house two stories high with Offices & thrashing machine all in good repair. There is a vegitable garden and a farm of Arable land attached. Occupied by James Byers. The property of Sir John Maxwell SprinKeld.-
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OS1/10/23/55 GREENWOODIE Greenwoodie Greenwoodie James Byers Farmer Greenwrea John Bell Tailor ChapelKnowe 059 [Situation] - In the S.En [South Eastern] district of this Parish - Is Applied to two Cottages on the farm of "Greenwrea", occupied by laboring men. They are one story high, thatched and in a dilapidated state. The property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld. -
OS1/10/23/55 RIVER SARK Sark River Sark River Revd. [Reverend] Mr Smith , Half Morton Robert Irvine Tower of Sark 059 [Situation] - On the Eastern Parish Boundary - A small river having its source at the confluence of Allfornought Burn and Pingle Burn and flowing in a southerly direction, falls into the Solway Firth.
OS1/10/23/55 Parish of Half Morton -- Sheet 59 No 6 -- Trace 2 --[Page] 55 Cadgill Burn - See page 22
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OS1/10/23/57 RAEBURN FLOW Raeburn Flow Raeburn Flow Raeburn Flow John Rome Farmer South Woodhead George Nixon Bectonhall T.B. [Toll Bar] 058 [Situation] - At the S.wn [South western] extremity of this Parish - A large tract of moss the property of Sir John Maxwell
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OS1/10/23/59 SOUTH WOODFOOT South Woodfoot South Woodfoot James Beattie Stubbieknowe Toll Bar John Bell Tailor Chapelknowe 059 [Situation] - Near the Southern extremity of Parish - A farm house one story high with offices and thrashing machine all in good repair. There is a garden and a farm of arable and pasture land attached. The property of Sir John Maxwell SpringKeld
OS1/10/23/59 LOGAN BURN Logan Burn Logan Burn James Beattie Stubbieknowe Toll Bar John Bell Tailor Chapelknowe 058; 059 [Situation] - From Burnfoot Hill South on to Sn [Southern] Parish Boundary - A Stream having its source at Burnfoot Hill and running in a Southerly direction. Forming part of the parish boundary. falls into the River Sark.
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OS1/10/23/60 STUBIEKNOWE T.P. Stubbieknowe Toll Bar Stubbieknowe Toll Bar James Beattie Stubbieknowe Toll Bar John Bell Tailor Chapelknowe 059 [Situation]- 37 chains nearly East from South Woodfoot A plain stone building One Story high, slated and in good repair having vegitable garden attached. The property of the Trustees.
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OS1/10/23/61 STAFFLER Staffler Staffler William Graham Farmer Staffler Andrew Graham Miller Corries Mill 059 [Situation] About 53 chains N. W. W. [North West West ] from Corries Mill at S. En. [South Eastern] extremity of Parish. - A middling sized farm house two Stories high. Slated and in good repair having office houses vegetable garden and an arable farm attached. The property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet] Tenanted by William Graham.
OS1/10/23/61 WESTGILL SIKE Westgill Sike Westgill Sike Westgill Sike Mr Wallace Milliganbushfield George Beattie Cowgarth John Ferguson Alderman's Seat 059 [Situation] - On the boundary between Gretna and Half Morton - A Small Stream having its rise in Half Morton Ph, [Parish] runs in a Southerly direction and empties itself into the River Sark.
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OS1/10/23/62 RIVER SARK River Sark River Sark River Sark River Sark River Sark Andrew Graham Miller Corries Mill James Phillips Farmer Cowholm Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith ChapelKnowe Robert Irvine Tower of Sark Johnston's County Map 059 [Situation] -On the boundary between Half Morton and Cumberland - A Considerable burn having its source near Black Wells flowing in an Easterly direction, and forms boundary between Cumberland and Half Morton and empties itself into Solway Firth.
OS1/10/23/62 CORRIES MILL Corries Mill Corries Mill Andrew Graham Miller Corries Mill James Phillips Farmer Cowholm 059 [Situation] At the S. En. [South Eastern] point of this Parish. - This name applies to a number of houses includes a corn Mill, the Mill is tenanted by Andrew Graham and the Cottages are occupied by Laborers. The property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/10/23/62 COWHOLM Cowholm Cowholm James Phillips Farmer Cowholm Andrew Graham Miller Corries Mill 059 [Situation] About 36 Chains N.W. [North West] from Corries Mill. - A Small farm house one story high thatched and in bad repair, having a Small garden and an arable farm attached, the [property] of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet] Tenanted by Andrew Graham.
OS1/10/23/62 Parish of Half Morton -- Sheet 59 No 10 -- Trace 2 -- [Page] 62
OS1/10/23/63 CAMPINGHOLM Campingholm Campengholm Campenholm Campinholm William Armstrong Sr [Senior] Campingholm Andrew Graham Miller Corries Mill Valuation Rolls Johnston's County Map 059 [Situation] -30 chains SW by S [South West by South] from Corrie's Mill - A middling sized farm house one storey high thatched and in bad repair, having office house and thrashing machine. There is a vegetable garden and an arable farm attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet] Tenanted by W Armstrong.
OS1/10/23/63 Parish of Half Morton -- Sheet 59 No 10 -- Trace 4 -- [Page] 63 [Signed] [ Holland ] Capt Rl Engrs [Captain Royal Engineers] 27th Feb [February] 1858
OS1/10/23/64 [Page] 64 - OS1/10/23 Co [COUNTY] ] DUMFRIES PH. [PARISH] OF HALF MORTON Scale 25.3.44. PLAN -- Page 52.12 -- 3 53.9 -- 5 52.16 -- 9 53.13 -- 15 53.14 -- 19 58.4 -- 21 59.1 -- 25 59.2 -- 35 58.8 -- 37 59.5 -- 43 59.6 -- 55 58.12 -- 57 59.9 -- 59 59.10 -- 61 14 PLANS
OS1/10/23/65 [page] 65 Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 52/12, 53/9 -- Allfornought Burn -- 3. 5 58/4 -- Auchingyle -- 22 53/9, 53/13, -- Bell's Flow -- 7. 17 52/16, -- Bercles -- 13 53/13, -- Bell's Sike -- 17 53/14, -- Bogra -- 19 58/8, -- Birkie Sike -- 39 58/8, 59/5, -- Bectonhhall -- 41. 49 59/6, 52/16, 59/1, 59/5 -- Cadgill Burn -- 10. 22 32, 47 55 58/4, 59/1, -- Cadgill Wood -- 22. 26 59/1-- Cadgillside -- 25 59/1 -- Cadgillhead -- 26 59/1 -- Cadgill Mill -- 26 59/1 -- Church -- 30 59/1 -- Cuddycleuch -- 34 59/1 -- Cuddy Cleuch -- 34 59/5 -- Chapelknowe -- T. P. [Turn Pike] -- 44 59/5 -- Cross Keys Inn -- 44 59/5 -- Cadgill -- 45 59/5 -- Church/United Presbyterian -- 46 59/5 -- Cadgillfoot -- 47 59/5 -- CocKhall -- 46 59/5 -- Chapel (site) -- 52 59/10 -- Corries Mill -- 62 59/10 -- Cowholm -- 62 59/10 -- Campingholm -- 63 59/2 -- Dykeside -- 36 59/1 -- Free Church -- 31 58/8 -- Flowdens -- 38 59/5 -- Flowside -- 46 52/12 -- Gibsons Knowe -- 3 52/16 -- Geordieshall -- 9 59/5 -- Greenwrae -- 53 59/6 -- Greenwoodie -- 55 53/9, -- Hole Burn -- 8 52/16 -- Highstenries -- 10 58/4 -- Hillhead Cottage -- 23 58/4 -- Hillhead -- 24 59/1 -- Heathfield -- 27 58/8 -- Hindsike -- 40 58/8 -- Knowehead --39 58/8, 59/5, 59/9, -- Logan Burn -- 37. 43. 59 58/8 -- Logan Bridge -- 38 58/8 -- Loganhouse -- 39 59/5 -- Logan Mains -- 43 59/5 -- Loganbrae -- 49 59/1, 59/1, -- Manses -- 30. 31. 45 52/16, 53/13, 59/1, 52/16, 53/13, 59/1, -- Neds Brook -- 11. 15. 27 59/1-- Oakwoodhill -- 29 53/14 -- Peelwalls -- 19 59/1 -- Parkhead -- 33 59/5/-- Post Office -- 43 53/9, 53/13, 53/14, -- } -- River Sark -- 7. 18. 19. 35 59/2, 59/5 59/6 59/10 -- } -- River Sark -- 47. 55. 62 58/8 -- Ryebank -- 39 58/12 -- Raeburn Flows -- 57 52/12 -- Solway TP [Turn Pike] -- 4 53/9 -- Solwaybank -- 5 52/16, 58/4, -- Smithy Sike -- 12. 22 58/4, 58/8, -- Smallholme Burn -- 23. 37 59/1, -- School -- 31 58/8, -- Smallholms -- 38 58/8, -- South Woodside -- 40 59/5, -- Scotsfield -- 48 59/5, -- Stonylee -- 49 59/5 -- StubbieKnowe -- 59 59/5 South Woodfoot -- 59 59/5, StubbieKnowe T.P. [Turn Pike] -- 60 59/10 -- Staffler -- 61 58/5, 58/8. -- Thortour Sike -- 23. 37 59/1-- Turners Linn -- 25 59/1 -- Timpenheck -- 30 53/9 -- Wattaman -- 7 53/13 -- Waughslee Hill -- 16 59/1 -- Woodhouse -- 25 59/2, 59/1,-- Waughslee -- 35. 33 59/10-- Westgill Sike -- 61