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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HAW GILL Morton Gill
Morton Gill
Morton Gill
William Maxwell Esqr. Dabton
Mr. John Leach Kirkland
The Revd. [Reverend] John Murray Morton Manse
022 [Situation] 2¼ Miles N E. [North East] of Thornhill,
A small Glen through which a small Rivulet flows from Morton old Castle to its junction with Kettleton Burn Thomas Niveson Occupier Duke of Buccleuch owner.
Kettleton Burn
Kettleton Burn
William Maxwell Esqr.
Mr. John Leach
Revd. [Reverend] John Murray
022 [Situation] On Glenleith Hill running SW. [South West] -& S.E. [South East]
A considerable Stream which rises on the moors N. E. [North East] side of the Parish and bears this name to its junction with the Cample water

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[Page] 75.
Parish of Morton -- Plan 22-12. Trace 1

[Signed] Hugh Doherty Civil Assistant

Transcriber's notes

Check Haw Gill Descriptive Remarks: it looks like Niveson rather than Nevison, as elsewhere.

KETTLETON BURN was not pre-entered - I am assuming it is an oversight as the Descriptive Remarks differ from OS1/10/40/40

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