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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PRIESTHEAD Priesthead
Priesthead
Priesthead
John Moffat Esqr.
Thomas Johnston Esqr.
John Hall
050 [Situation] 3/4 mile S.W. [South West] of Lochmaben Town Hall.
A Farmhouse with outbuildings and garden attached. John Johnston Esqr. Owner. John Moffat Esqr. Occupant.
MARLAKE BURN Broad Chapel Burn
Broad Chapel Burn
Broad Chapel Burn
Marlake Burn
John Moffat Esqr.
Peter Graham Esqr
John Hall
Bailie Elliot
050 [Situation] From Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary running N.E. [North East] and S.S.E. [South South East]
A stream which has its source on Rae Moor Torthorwald, traces Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary to near the point of junction with a small stream in this Parish, thence receiving the Name of Marlake Burn flows S.S.E. [South South East] and falls into Hightae Loch.
NEWMAINS or BROADCHAPEL Broad Chapel
Broad Chapel
Broad Chapel
Newmains
Newmains
Newmains
Broadchapel
John Moffat Esqr.
John Hall
Peter Graham Esqr.
Bailie Elliot
John Crow
John Carruthers
Valuation Rolls
Valuation Rolls
050 [Situ/ation] 3/4 mile S.W. [South West][ of Lochmaben.
A Farmhouse with extensive outbuildings and lands attached. Mrs Flint Owner. John Moffat Esqr. Occupant. Newmains is said to have been the original name, and the name by which the place is most generally known, Broadchapel is the name adopted by the Proprietor.
In the Valuation Rolls there is the following entry The Lands of Broadchapel, now called Newmains.

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Parish of Lochmaben
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