System Outage

We are migrating the servers that support this website to a new platform. Service will be affected for some time. Further information is available here.

OS1/10/45/3

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROOM Broom
Broom
Robert McGregor
James Gowanlock (proprietor)
057 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile from Milkvale on the Bank of the Milk.
Stone Built Farm House and Offices with Thrashing Machine
UPPER BROCKLERIG Upper Brocklerigg
Upper Brocklerigg
James Gowanlock (Tenant)
Robert McGregor
057 [Situation] Near to the Broom.
Stone Built House and Farm offices
BROCKLERIG Brocklerigg Robert McGregor 057 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile from the Broom
Stone Built Farm House and offices with Thrashing Machine
WHITECAIRN Whitecairn
Whitecairn
Revd [Reverend] Andrew Jameson
Robert McGregor
057 [Situation] About 1/4 Mile from Bowmillholm
Stone Built House and Farm offices with Thrashing Machine
BOWMILLHOLM Bowmillholm
Bowmillholm
Bowmillholm
John Wood (Tenant and proprietor)
Revd [Reverend] Andrew Jameson
Robert McGregor
[Situation] On the Banks of the River Annan about 1/2 mile from Kirkbank
Small Cottage and offices.
BURNTFOOT COTTAGES Burntfoot Cottages
Burntfoot Cottages
Revd [Reverend] Andrew Jameson
Robert McGregor
057 [Situation] Near to the Manse
Two Small Stone Built Cottages
THREE-WELL-BREA Three-Well-brea
Brae
Three-Well-brea
Robert McGregor 057 Situation] On the Boundary of the Parish Joining Hoddam
Stone Built Cottage on the Annan Road.

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 3

[Note]
Brae - See Note - Jameson gives Brae - Face - the slope of a hill
- the prefix is the word intended to be
written here.

Transcriber's notes

I am not entirely sure what the recorder meant by his note relating to THREE-WELL-BREA. Perhaps he intended to indicate another mode of spelling is Brae-Three-Well?

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

DANIALSAN, Christopher Fleming

  Location information for this page.