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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Brow Plantation
Brow Plantation
James Scott Clairnsfield
David Davison Greenhill
George Mc Lean Ruthwell
061 [Situation] 3/4 mile from Ruthwell Village,
A small mixed wood through which the Mill Burn passes It is 1/2 mile West of Clarencefield and a few hundred Yards East of the Brow Well, It takes its name from the hamlet called Brow.
Mill Burn
Mill Burn
Brow Burn
Brow Burn
James Scott
David Davison
George McLean
James Scell, Ruthwell
William Pagan, Clarencefield
056; 061 [Situation] From N,E, [North East] point of Parish running South by West.
A Small stream having its source in the North of Mouswald Ph. [Parish] It flows in a Southerly direction, through several Farms and called after them, until it crosses the county Road 1/2 mile North of Clarencefield, after which it bears the name of Mill Burn, and sometimes called the Brow Burn, from its passing the Brow before it enters the Solway Firth,
This Stream is invariably recognised by the Oldest residents as the Brow Burn in its whole course.

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Parish of Ruthwell -- Plan 61.8 -- Trace 1
[signed] Samuel S. Hill Lce.Corpl RS&M [Lance Corporal Royal Sappers & Miners]

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