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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BLACKLOCH BURN Blackloch Burn
Blackloch Burn
Blackloch Burn
George Moor, Burnfoot
James Harper, Annfield
William Nicholson
041 [Situation] Tracing Parish Boundary on the N.N.W. [North North West]
A small stream having its source in Black Loch, it flows in Easterly direction and falls into Goukstane Burn South of Burnfoot
BURNFOOT Burnfoot
Burnfoot
Burnfoot
George Moor
James Harper
William Nicholson
041 [Situation] At extreme N. [North] point of Parish upwards of 4 miles from Tinwald village
A small cottage and gardens the property of David B. Dalziel Esq and occupied by two families
GOUKSTANE BURN Glenmaid Burn
Glenmaid Burn
Glenmaid Burn
Goukstane Burn
Goukstane Burn
Goukstane Burn
Goukstane Burn
James Henderson, Amisfield Lower
Andrew Gillison, Amisfild Lower
George Moor
Johnstone's Co[unty] Map
Gazr. [Gazetteer] of Scotland
Crawfords Co[unty] Map
Authorities in Kirkmahoe Name Book
041 [Situation] On Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary
A large stream flowing in an Easterly direction through this Plan
This stream is locally known by the respective names of Auchengeith, Glenmaid, Gledenholm and Gussels Burn. Goukstane is the name recognised by Statisticsand maps and is known in locality also which has accordingly been adopted on the whole course of stream through Kirkmahoe

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Parish of Tinwald Plan 41/4 Trace 1

[Signed] James Hill Lce. Corpl RS&M [Lance Corporal Royal Sappers & Miners]

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