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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ROXBURGH'S ROAD Roseburgh Road
Roseburgh Road
Roxburgh's Road
Roxburgh's Road
Roxburgh's Road
Roxburgh's Road
James Scott
David Davison
Samuel Armstrong Greenhill
Samuel Grierson
George McLane
Robert Aitchison
061 [Situation] About 1/4 mile N. [North] East of Rushwell village extending South.
A Ph [Parish] Road leading from the County one, It passes East of Ruthwell villige and west of Greenfield, It bears this name as far as East Uppertown on Priest side
GREENHILL Greenhill
Greenhill
Greenhill
James Scott
David Davison Samuel Armstrong
061 [Situation] 33 chains S. E. by E. [South East by East] from Ruthwell village.
A small farm house with outbuilding and garden. 1/2 mile East of Ruthwell village, the property of the Earl of Mansfield.
This was formerly called Hungerhill.
GREENHILL PLANTATION Greenhill Plantation
Greenhill Plantation
Greenhill Plantation
James Scott
David Davison
Samuel Armstrong
061; 062 [Situation] Adjoining Greenhill on the East,
a mixed wood extending 1/2 mile East of "Greenhill", (from which it takes its name) It is sometimes called Hungrat Plantation. but the latter is only a nick name given to it by the inhabitants

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Parish of Ruthwell -- Plan 61.8 -- Trace 3
[signed] Samuel S. Hill Lce.Corpl RS&M [Lance Corporal Royal Sappers & Miners]

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