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Dumfriesshire volume 48

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info
OS1/10/48/1 TUNDERGARTH [parish] Tundergarth Tundergarth Tundergarth J & W Walker's Map of Scotland Crawford's Co. [County] Map Johnston's Co. [County] Map 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] In S.En. [South Eastern] division of the County of Dumfries. The Name of this Parish is sometimes rendered "Castle of the Garden" but is supposed by some to be composed of British and Celtic Ton Der Garth - that is the inclosure at the Oak hill. The Parish of Tundergarth is bounded on the North by that of Westerkirk, on the East by Langholm and Middlebie, on the South by Middlebie Hoddom and St. Mungo and on the West by St. Mungo, Dryfesdale and the united Parishes of Hutton and Corrie. There is no detached part of Tundergarth within the boundaries of another Parish, nor is there within its limits as above described a detached portion of any other Parish. It is a long narrow band of country descending somewhat diagonally South-west from the South of Westerkirk to the North-east of St. Mungo, - measures 9 miles in length and from 2 1/4 to 1 mile in breadth. The entire Area is now computed at 10,504 Acres which with the exception of about 175 Acres of Wood, may be divided into Pasture and Arable land in the proportions to each other of 79 and 29. The surface is undulating and precipitous - many deep valleys occur, - there are no hills of great altitude, the highest being Grange Fell near the Eastern boundary which - having rather an abrupt acclivity - attains an elevation of about 900 feet above Sea level. The principal Stream is the Water of Milk which traces the Wn. [Western] Parish boundary. Several other Streams and rills rise in the interior which - running usually in a Wn. [Western] direction contribute their quota to those of the Water of Milk. A County road nearly bisects this Parish, towards the West of which there is a branch which runs South-West nearly in a line with the Water of Milk [Continued on page 2]
OS1/10/48/1 [Page] 1 Parish of Tundergarth -- Co. [County] of Dumfries
OS1/10/48/2 TUNDERGARTH [parish] Tundergarth Tundergarth Tundergarth J & W Walker's Map of Scotland Crawford's Co. [County] Map Johnston's Co. [County] Map 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Continued from page 1] to Lockerbie, another line diverging from this road runs South to Ecclefechan. The Caledonian Railway runs across the Parish near the Southern extremity. There are no manufactories and no minerals are wrought. The Parish is entirely rural, the lands are much divided, there being about 30 proprietors, there are one Parish Church and a School situate towards the Southern extremity. Population about 600. A Roman Road is still traceable near the Southern extremity of the Parish. "In regard to Antiquities" says the New Statistical Account, "the oldest seemingly of which this Parish can boast is a Roman Road, discovered a few years ago on the North side and passing from the Roman Camp on Birrenswark Hill in a direction N.W. [North West]." The situation "on the North side" is a mistake as is at once evident when the position of Birrenswark Hill to this Parish is considered, also from the following in the New Gazetteer of Scotland "the principal Antiquity is part of the Roman Road from Burnswark Hill, which overlooks the South-West border to Upper Nithsdale." This Roman Way led to Gallaberry Hill in Dryfesdale where two lines diverged respectively through Nithsdale and Upper Annandale. Forts occur throughout this Parish which the people of locality assume are of ancient British origin. The temporary nature of these Camps cannot however be said to bear out this construction and it is still disputed to what period these Works belong as appears from the following in the New Statistical Account of Dumfries "There are still in many places small entrenched Camps or Birrens as they are called. They are all on elevated situations; generally of a round form, very prominent and in good preservation; and they consist of a strong vallum and fosse, without any outworks. The area seldom exceeds an acre, and is often less. It is conjectured that they were constructed during the long feuds and border wars by the Septs or Lairds, to protect themselves and cattle from the English and from one another. It is probable, however, that some of these may be of an earlier date and may be what are called British Fortifications; many of them still retain the Name of Castle. In some towards the lower part of the Parish urns containing bones have been found". There are some remains of a Druidical Circle near the centre of Parish, which consist of seven stones called in the district Seven Brethern "Among these remains bones have been found but whether human or not has not been ascertained" New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]. The Site of a Castle on that of outhouses attached to Tundergarth farm house has also been shewn. "The Manor of Tundergarth having anciently belonged to the family of Johnstone who had here now an extinct Castle, the Name of Johnstone is now the prevailing one here &c." Gazetteer of Scotland.
OS1/10/48/2 [Page] 2 Parish of Tundergarth -- Co. [County] of Dumfries
OS1/10/48/3 HARE SIKE Hare Syke Hare Syke Hare Syke James Common Richard Common William Davidson 035 [Situation] On Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary Rises on Plea Moss, and forms the boundary betixt the parishes of Tundergarth and Westerkirk to its junction with the Milk, a distance of about 3/4 of a mile.
OS1/10/48/3 ELDERY KNOWE Eldery Knowe Eldery Knowe Eldery Knowe James Common Richard Common William Davidson 035 [Situation] 32 chains South from the Nn. [Northern] point of Ph. [Parish]. A small hill on the left of the Milk, on the farm of Crossdykes.
OS1/10/48/3 [Page] 3 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 35.14 Trace 1 Little Hare Syke [crossed out] [Signed] John Jane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/4 WATER OF MILK Water of Milk Water of Milk Water of Milk James Common Crossdykes Richard Common Crossdykes William Davidson Crathet 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. Rises in the north east extremity of Tundergarth, it arrives 1 1/2 mile from its source, at the northern boundary of that parish and thence over a distance of 9 1/2 miles, it divides Tundergarth, on its left bank, from Hutton and Corrie, Dryfesdale and St Mungo, on its right. Leaving Tundergarth it flows southward 2 1/2 miles through St. Mungo, & one mile between that parish & Hoddam to the Annan, half a mile above Hoddam Castle. The name is often written Milk Water, but it is better known in the district through which it flows, as the Water of Milk
OS1/10/48/4 [Page] 4 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 35.14 Trace 1 Stand of Milk [crossed out] [Signed] John Jane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/5 HARE SIKE Hare Syke Hare Syke Hare Syke John Common (Farmer Richard Common (Farmer John Boyes (Shepherd 035 [Situation] On Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary. A Rivulet which rises on Plea Moss and forms the Boundary between the Parishes of Tundergarth and Westerkirk to its Confluence with the Water of Milk.
OS1/10/48/5 PLEA MOSS Plea Moss Plea Moss Plea Moss John Common (Farmer Richard Common (Farmer John Boyes (Shepherd 035 [Situation] On Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary. An extensive morass at the eastern extrimity of this Parish.
OS1/10/48/5 PLEAMOSS HILL Pleamoss Hill Pleamoss Hill Pleamoss Hill John Common (Farmer) Richard Common Farmer) John Boyes (Shepherd) 035 [Situation] 1/4 mile S. [South] from Plea Moss. A Considerable hill near the east side of this Parish
OS1/10/48/5 [Page] 5 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 35.15 Trace 1 [Signed] Philip Munro Lce Corpl R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
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OS1/10/48/7 WATER OF MILK Water of Milk Water of Milk Water of Milk John Common Crossdykes Richard Common Crossdykes William Davidson Crathet 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On the Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. Rises in the north-east extremity of Tundergarth, it arrives 1 1/2 miles from its source at the northern boundary of that parish, and thence over a distance of 9 1/2 miles, it divides Tundergarth on its left bank, from Hutton and Corrie, Dryfesdale & St. Mungo on its right. Leaving Tundergarth it flows southward 2 1/2 miles through St. Mungo and 1 mile between that Ph. [Parish] and Hoddam to the Annan, half a mile above Hoddam Castle.
OS1/10/48/7 GLAISTER BURN Glaister Burn Glaister Burn Glaister Burn John Common Richard Common William Davidson 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile N. [North] from Percy Hill. A small stream which rises near the Dod Hill, on the farm of Crossdykes, and runs into the Milk.
OS1/10/48/7 [Page] 7 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44.2 Trace 1 [Signed] John Jane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/8 CARLING SIKE Carling Syke Carling Syke Carling Syke James Common Richard Common William Davidson 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Percy Sike. A small runner which empties itself into the Glaister Burn
OS1/10/48/8 [Page] 8 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44.2 [Signed] John Jane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/9 PERCY HILL Percy Hill Percy Hill Percy Hill James Common Crossdykes Richard Common Crossdykes William Davidson 044 [Situation] In the Nn. [Northern] Parish district A high hill of uncultivated ground on the farm of Crossdykes.
OS1/10/48/9 PERCY CLEUCH Percy Cleugh Percy Cleugh Percy Cleugh James Common Richard Common William Davidson 044 [Situation] At the N. [North] side of Percy Hill. A narrow glen situated at the east side of Percy Hill.
OS1/10/48/9 NEWLAND CLEUCH Newland Cleugh Newland Cleugh Newland Cleugh James Common Richard Common William Davidson 044 [Situation] On the S.Wn. [South Western] slope of Percy Hill. A pretty deep glen situated at the foot of the Percy Hill on the west side, the stream running through this glen forms the western boundary of the Crossdykes farm for some distance.
OS1/10/48/9 [Page] 9 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44.2 Trace 3 [Signed] John Jane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/10 [Page] 10 [Blank page]
OS1/10/48/11 DOD HILL Dod Hill Dod Hill Dod Hill John Common (Farmer) Richard Common (Farmer) John Boyes (Shepherd) 044 [Situation] 65 chains N.W. [North West] from Ward Hill A Considerable hill near the east side of this Parish.
OS1/10/48/11 FRIAR EDGE Friaredge Friaredge Friaredge Friar Edge John Common (Farmer) Richard Common (Farmer) John Boyes (Shepherd) Johnstone's County Map 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.W. [North West] by West from Ward Hill A Considerable hill a little to the south of Dod Hill the name has been established from time immemorial.
OS1/10/48/11 GLAISTER BURN Glaister Burn Glaister Burn Glaister Burn John Common (Farmer) Richard Common (Farmer) John Boyes (Shepherd) 044 [Situation] 3/4 mile N.W. [North West] from Ward Hill A Rivulet which rises a little to the east of Dod Hill and falls into the Water of Milk.
OS1/10/48/11 [Page] 11 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.3 Trace 1 [Signed] Philip Munro Lce Corpl R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/12 [Page] 12 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.3 Trace 2 Waird [crossed out] [Signed] Philip Munro Lce Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/13 SEAVY SIKE Seevie Syke Seevie Syke Archibald Thompson Shepherd Cairn Knowe Richard Common Crieve 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] from Ward Hill. A stream rising on the S.E. [South East] side of Friarsedge Hill on the estate of Mary S. Beattie of Crieve and running into Coom Burn
OS1/10/48/13 [Page] 13 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44/3 Trace 4 Seavy Sike [note] Seavy - Overgrown with rushes. Bailey's Dictionary Please to correct the spelling on Plan. [Signed] J Nish C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/14 WARD HILL Ward Hill Ward Hill Richard Common Crieve Archibald Thompson Shepherd Cairn Knowe 044 [Situation] On En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary. A hill on the estate of Crieve over which the parish boundary passes, it is called by some people in the vicinity Weird Hill but no authentic information could be obtained to warrant that orthography.
OS1/10/48/14 CHEESE BURN Cheese Burn Cheese Burn Archibald Thompson. Shepherd Cairn Knowe Richard Common, Crieve 044 [Situation] About 30 chains S.E. [South East] from Ward Hill. A stream rising on the W. [West] side of Caulkin Hill on the estate of Crieve and running into the N. [North] end of Capel Burn
OS1/10/48/14 [Page] 14 Trace 5 [Signed] J Nish C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/15 CAULDKINE HILL Calkin Hill Calkin Hill Cauldkine Hill Andrew Thompson Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common, Crieve See Name Book of Westerkirk p. [page] 5 for the authorities 044 [Situation] 55 chains E. [East] from Ward Hill A hill on the N.E. [North East] side of the parish on the estate of Crieve
OS1/10/48/15 EWE HILL Ewe Hill Ewe Hill Archibald Thompson. Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common. Crieve 044 [Situation] 3/4 mile E. [East] from Ward Hill A hill on the N.E. [North East] side of the parish, the boundary passes along the summit, about 8 chains in a Westerly direction, there is an erect Whinstone Slab or Standing Stone, its appearance affords no grounds that there is anything Antiquarian connected with it, probably it was a guide post on the Muir track to some of the border Markets.
OS1/10/48/15 [Page] 15 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44/3 Trace 6 [Signed] J Nish c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/16 [Page] 16 [Blank page]
OS1/10/48/17 NORTH CRAIGHOUSESTEADS North Craighousesteads North Craighousesteads North Craighousesteads George Mundell North Craighousesteads James Little South Craighousesteads William Bell Newhall 044 [Situation] 6 Chains N.E. by N. [North East by North] from South Craighousesteads A cottage with garden attached
OS1/10/48/17 SOUTH CRAIGHOUSESTEADS South Craighousesteads South Craighousesteads South Craighousesteads George Mundell James Little William Bell 044 [Situation] In the N.E. [North East] Corner of the Plan. A Farm house with offices garden and a few acres of land attached
OS1/10/48/17 WATER OF MILK Water of Milk Water of Milk Water of Milk George Mundell James Little William Bell 044 [Situation] On the Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. A Considerable sized stream flowing along Hutton Corrie & Tundergarth and falling into Annan Water
OS1/10/48/17 [Page] 17 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.3 Trace 1 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/18 [Page] 18 [Blank page]
OS1/10/48/19 WATER OF MILK Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Water of Milk Fullartons Imperial Gazetteer Johnstones County Map Blackwoods County Map See Page 17 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. A large stream rising near Little Hartfell it forms the N.W. [North West] boundary of the Parish & falls into the River Annan near to Hoddam Castle.
OS1/10/48/19 CAPEL BURN Capel Burn Capel Burn Capel Burn Thomas Armstrong Shepherd Walter Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Common Farmer 044 [Situation] From S.E. [South East] corner of Plan N.W. [North West] to Milk Water. A small burn rising on the W [West] side of Papert Hill, the name applies to it from the junction of Cheese & Coom Burn's to its confluence with Milk Water at Capelfoot.
OS1/10/48/19 [Page] 19 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.6 Trace 1 [Signed] Charles J Fearnside Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/20 NEWLANDHILL Newlandhill Newlandhill Newlandhill Walter Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Common Farmer 044 [Situation] 32 Chains N.W. [North West] from Newland Hill A cottage on the farm of Capelfoot it is now going to ruins it is on the side of a hill from which it takes its name
OS1/10/48/20 FORT [Newland Hill (W)] Fort Robert Rogerson Percebyhall 044 [Situation] At the W. [West] side of Newland Hill. Is situated on the top of Newland Hill, it is of an oblong shape and is very well preserved.
OS1/10/48/20 [Page] 20 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.6 Trace 2 Newland Hill Cleugh [crossed out] Inapplicable [Signed] Charles J Fearnside Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/21 NEWLAND HILL Newland Hill Newland Hill Newland Hill Walter Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Common Farmer 044 [Situation] Towards the Nn. [Northern] Parish district A very prominent Hill on the N [North] of Capel Burn & E [East] of Milk Water there is two British Forts, the former on the top & the latter on a Gentle slope of the hill.
OS1/10/48/21 FORT [Newland Hill (E)] British Fort Robert Rogerson Percebyhall 044 [Situation] On the E. [East] side of Newland Hill It is situated on a gentle slope on Newland Hill only 3/4 of it are visible: it is very well preserved on the South side.
OS1/10/48/21 NEWLAND CLEUGH Newland Cleugh See Page 9 for Authorities &c.
OS1/10/48/21 [Page] 21 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.6 Trace 3 [Signed] Charles J Fearnside Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/22 CAPELFOOT Capelfoot Capelfoot Capelfoot Rent Receipt Walter Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Armstrong Shepherd 044 [Situation] 3/4 mile S.W.W. [South West West] from Newland Hill. A substantial Farm house with out offices attached all slated and in good repair.
OS1/10/48/22 CARHEAD Carhead Carhead Carhead Walter Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Armstrong Shepherd 044 [Situation] 55 Chains S.W. [South West] from Newland Hill A shepherds Cot on Capelfoot farm it is thatched and in very poor repair.
OS1/10/48/22 [Page] 22 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.6 Trace 4 [Signed] Charles J Fearnside Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/23 PIKE KNOWE Pike Knowe Pike Knowe Pike Knowe Mr. Rogerson Perceby Hall Thomas Armstrong Shepherd Walter Armstrong Shepherd 044 [Situation] 55 Chains S.W. by S. [South West by South] from Newland Hill. A prominent Knowe or Hill on the farms of Perceby Hall & Capelfoot, it is an old established name.
OS1/10/48/23 [Page] 23 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.6 Trace 5. [Signed] Charles J Fearnside Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/24 GROVEGILL BURN Groven Gill Burn Groven Gill Burn Groven Gill Burn Mr. Rogerson Perceby Hall Walter Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Armstrong Shepherd 044 [Situation] 3/4 mile S.S.E. [South South East] from Newland Hill. A small burn rising on Burnt Hill & falls into Capel Burn on Capelfoot farm.
OS1/10/48/24 BLACKSTAN BURN Blackstan Burn Blackstan Burn Blackstan Burn Mr. Rogerson Perceby Hall Walter Armstrong Shepherd Thomas Armstrong Shepherd 044 [Situation] 53 Chains S. [South] from Newland Hill. A small burn rising near Blackstan Moss & falls into Capel Burn near the former
OS1/10/48/24 [Page] 24 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.6 Trace 6. [Signed] Charles J Fearnside Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/25 CHEESE BURN Cheese Burn Cheese Burn Archibald Thompson Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common Crieve 044 [Situation] From the West side of Calkin Hill SW [South West] to Capel Burn. A stream rising on the W. [West] side of Calkin Hill on the estate of Crieve and running into Capel Burn on the N.W. [North West] of Papert Hill.
OS1/10/48/25 CAIRNKNOWE Cairnknowe Cairnknowe Archibald Thompson. Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common. Crieve 044 [Situation] In N.E. [North East] Parish district. A dwelling house on the lands of Crieve the property of Mary S. Beattie, it is occupied by Archibald Thompson, Shepherd
OS1/10/48/25 SEAVY SIKE Seevie Syke Seevie Syke Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common, Crieve 044 [Situation] From the S.E. [South East] side of Friars Edge S. [South] to Cheese Burn A stream rising on the South-east side of Friars Edge on the estate of Crieve & running into Cheese Burn.
OS1/10/48/25 [Page] 25 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44/7 Trace 1 Seavy Sike [note] [Note] Seavy Overgrown with rushes. Bailey's Dictionary Please to correct this name on Plan [Signed] J Nish c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/26 ROBGILL KNOWES Rob Gill Knowes Rob Gill Knowes Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common, Crieve 044 [Situation] 30 N.E by E. [North East by East] from Cairnknowe Two spots of rising ground on the lands of Crieve near the head of Rob Gill Burn
OS1/10/48/26 ROBGILL BURN Rob Gill Burn Rob Gill Burn Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common, Crieve 044 [Situation] From 1/2 mile E. [East] of Cairnknowe S.W. [South West] to Coom Burn A stream rising on the lands of Crieve and running into Coom Burn, the late proprietor gave the name to it on account of an unfortunate circumstance happening there to his Sheep stock
OS1/10/48/26 CUTTY SIKE Cutty Syke Cutty Syke Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common Crieve 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.E.E. [South East East] from Cairnknowe A small stream running into Rob Gill Burn
OS1/10/48/26 [Page] 26 Trace 2 [Signed] J Nish C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/27 HEN HILL Hen Hill Hen Hill Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common, Crieve 044 [Situation] On En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary A hill on the farm of Crieve occupd. [occupied] by Andrew Common and the property of Mary Stewart Beattie of Crieve
OS1/10/48/27 [Page] 27 Trace 3 [Signed] J Nish c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/28 COOM BURN Coom Burn Coom Burn Coom Burn Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairn Knowe Richard Common Crieve Johnstons Co. [County] Map 044 [Situation] From about 1 mile S.E. [South East] from Cairnknowe - N.W. [North West to Cheese Burn. A stream rising on the lands of Crieve on the N.E. [North East] side of Wintrap Camp Trig [Trigonometrical] Station and running into the N. [North] end of Capel Burn
OS1/10/48/28 BLACK SIKE Black Syke Black Syke Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairn Knowe Richard Common Crieve 044 [Situation] About 26 chains S.S.E. [South South East] from Cairn Knowe. A small stream running into Coom Burn near the N. [North] end of Papert Syke
OS1/10/48/28 PAPERT HILL Papert Hill Papert Hill Papert Hill Pappert-law Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairn Knowe John Irving, Land Steward Grange Richard Common, Crieve Fullarton's Gazetteer 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.S. [South South] West from Cairnknowe A large hill on the farm of Crieve, on the estate of Mary S. Beattie, it is stated in Fullartons Gazetter that James 5th of Scotland visited this hill on a Hunting excursion
OS1/10/48/28 [Page] 28 Trace 4
OS1/10/48/29 [Page] 29 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44/7 Trace 5 Bagreen Round [crossed out] Belt Hill [crossed out] Haggie Hill [crossed out] [Signed] J Nish c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/30 BELT HILL Belt Hill Belt Hill Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairn Knowe Richard Common, Crieve 044 [Situation] On En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary A hill on the N.E. [North East] boundary of the parish on the property of Mary S Beattie of Crieve
OS1/10/48/30 HAGGY HILL Haggie Hill Haggie Hill Haggy Hill Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairn Knowe Richard Common, Crieve See Westerkirk and Langholm N. [Name] Books. 044 [Situation] On En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary. A hill on N.E. boundary of the parish about 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] of Belt Hill and the property of Mary S Beattie of Crieve
OS1/10/48/30 [Page] 30 Trace 6 [Signed] J Nish c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/31 WATER OF MILK Water of Milk Water of Milk Water of Milk George Mundell North Craighousesteads James Little South Craighousesteads William Bell Newhall 044 [Situation] On Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. A stream flowing along the Boundary of the Parishes of Hutton & Corrie & Tundergarth And falling into Annan Water
OS1/10/48/31 MILTON Milton Milton Milton Mill George Mundell James Little William Bell Johnston's County Map 044 [Situation] 1/4 mile N. [North] from Newhall. A Farm house lately erected with Offices & garden attached
OS1/10/48/31 PRIESTBUTTS BURN Milton Burn Milton Burn Milton Burn Priestbutts Burn Priestbutts Burn George Mundell James Little William Bell See Page 33 Johnston's County Map 044 [Situation] Passes immediately to the N. [North] of Milton. A stream which flows past Milton And falls into Water of Milk
OS1/10/48/31 [Page] 31 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.9 Trace 6 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/32 NEWHALL Newhall Newhall Newhall George Mundell North Craighousesteads James Little South Craighousesteads William Bell Newhall 044 [Situation] Near the N.W. [North West] district of Parish A Farm house with offices garden And Farm of land attached
OS1/10/48/32 [Page] 32 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.9 Trace 6 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/33 PRIESTBUTTS BURN Priestbutts Burn Mr. Rogerson Percebyhall Mr. Bell Newhall C. Henderson Shepherd Mr. McKenzie Shepherd 044 [Situation] From Blackstan Moss S.W. [South West] to Water of Milk A Small rivulet rising out of Blackstan Moss, flowing in a South Westerly direction, and discharges itself into the Water of Milk.
OS1/10/48/33 ASHYCLEUCH BURN Ashycleugh Burn Mr Rogerson Mr Bell C. Henderson 044 [Situation] From the S.W. [South West] base of Mid Hill N.W. [North West] to Priestbutts Burn. A small stream, rising from the base of Mid Hill, and flows in a North Westerly direction into Priestbutts Burn
OS1/10/48/33 BLACKSTAN BURN Blackstan Burn Trace 3 See Page 24 for Authorities &c.
OS1/10/48/33 [Page] 33 Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No. 10 Trace 1 [Signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corpl. R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/34 PEARSBY HALL Percebyhall Percebyhall Percebyhall Pearsby Hall Mr. J. Bell Newhall Blackwoods Co. [County] Map Mark McKenzie, Shepherd, Grange George Rogerson, Proprietor 044 [Situation] In N.W. [North West] district of Parish. A good substantial dwellinghouse, with out offices and Thrashing machine attached, all slated and in excellent repair. The property and residence of Mr. Rogerson.
OS1/10/48/34 CRAIGHOUSESTEADS HILL Craighousestead Hill Craighousestead Hill Craighousestead Hill Craighousestead Hill Craighousesteads Craighousesteads Craighousesteads Mr. Rogerson Percebyhall Mr. J. Bell Newhall Mark McKenzie Shepherd C. Henderson Shepherd Priestbutts. Valuation Rolls Johnstons Map of Dumfries See also Page 17, 044 [Situation] 34 chains N.N.E. [North North East] from Percebyhall. A considerable eminence, situated about 1/4 of a mile North off Percebyhall, on its summit, there is, distinctly observable, the remains of A "British Fort". Note - The name of the above hill is derived from that of an old farm called Craighousesteads, now divided and called respectively North Craighousesteads & South Craighousesteads.
OS1/10/48/34 FORT [Craighousesteads Hill] British Fort (Site of) British Fort (Site of) British Fort (Site of) British Fort (Site of) Mr. Rogerson Percebyhall Mr. Bell Newhall Mr McKenzie C Henderson 044 [Situation] On Craighousesteads Hill. Remains, of a "Fort" on the Summit of Craighousestead Hill, it is of a circular formation, and Supposed to be of Ancient British origin.
OS1/10/48/34 [Page] 34 Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 33 No.10 Trace 1 Percebyhall [note] cancelled [Initialled] [Signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corpl. R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/35 PEARSBY HILL Perceby Hill Perceby Hill Perceby Hill Perceby Hill Pearsby Hill Mr. Rogerson Percebyhall Mr. Bell Newhall C. Henderson Shepherd M. McKenzie Shepherd See preceding Page. 044 [Situation[ 3/4 mile N.E. [North East] from Percebyhall A round shaped hill feature, on the estate of Percebyhall, the surface of which, is covered with Mountain grass land.
OS1/10/48/35 GOAT RIG Goat Rig Goat Rig Goat Rig Goat Rig Mr. Rogerson Mr. Bell C. Henderson M McKenzie 044 [Situation] 74 chains NE. [North East] from Percebyhall. A ridge shaped eminence situated on the estate of Percebyhall. It is an old established name and well known in the district.
OS1/10/48/35 ALTON HILL Alton Hill Alton Hill Alton Hill Mr. Rogerson Mr. Bell C. Henderson 044 [Situation] 55 chains E. [East] from Percebyhall. A small Hill on the estate of Percebyhall, situated about 10 Chains East from Priestbutts.
OS1/10/48/35 [Page] 35 Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No.10 Trace 2 Perceby Hill [note] cancelled [initialled] [Signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corpl. R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/35A [Page] 35a Pearsby Hall 9th July / 57 [1857] Dear Sir I have your note regarding the spelling of Pearsby Hall, I have always spelt it as above. In some of the writeings, Pircebyhall Perceby Hall, by Letter. Generally - Pearsbie Hall there are no General way of spelling. I would just make it Pearsby Hall not quite certain of the Address I am yours, George Rogerson
OS1/10/48/35B [Page] 35b Pearsby Hall
OS1/10/48/36 BLACKSTAN MOSS Blackstan Moss Blackstan Moss Blackstan Moss Blackstan Moss Mr. Rogerson Percebyhall Mr. Bell Newhall C. Henderson Priestbutts M. McKenzie Grange 044 [Situation] 1 mile N.E. by E. [North East by East] from Percebyhall. Applies to a considerable extent of Moss on the estate of Percebyhall - the Property of Mr. Rogerson.
OS1/10/48/36 BLACKSTAN HILL Blackstan Hill Blackstan Hill Blackstan Hill Blackstan Hill Mr. Rogerson Mr. Bell Newhall M. McKenzie Grange J. Ewart, Labourer Priestbutts 044 [Situation] 1 1/4 mile N.E. by E. [North East by East] from Percebyhall. A small hill feature, on the Farm of Capelfoot - the Property of Miss Beattie - on the summit of this hill there has been a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station erected.
OS1/10/48/36 GROVEGILL BURN Grovegill Burn Grovegill Burn Grovegill Burn Mr. Bell M. McKenzie J. Ewart 044 [Situation] At the N.E. [North East] corner of this Plan. A small stream, rising from the base of "Burnt Hill", it runs in a N.Wy. [North Westerly] direction & discharges itself into Capel Burn
OS1/10/48/36 [Page] 36 Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No.10 Trace 3 [Signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corpl. R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/37 PRIESTBUTTSBURN Priestbuttsburn Priestbuttsburn Priestbuttsburn Mr. Rogerson Mr. Bell C. Henderson 044 [Situation] 17 chains S.E.E. [South East East] from Percebyhall A cottage slated & in tolerable good repair - with garden attached - the property of Mr. Rogerson.
OS1/10/48/37 PRIESTBUTTS Priestbutts Priestbutts Priestbutts Mr Rogerson Mr Bell C. Henderson 044 [Situation] 25 chains East from Percebyhall. A cottage slated and in good repair, with garden attached - the property of Mr Rogerson
OS1/10/48/37 CADGILL BURN Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn Cadgill Burn Mr. Rogerson Mr. Bell C. Henderson 044 [Situation] About 26 chains S.E. [South East]from Percebyhall. A small stream rising from the base of Newhall hill - it is formed, chiefly by the confluence of surface drains, and flows in a North Westerly direction & empties itself into Priestbutts Burn.
OS1/10/48/37 [Page] 37 Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No.10 Trace 4 [Signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corp: R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/38 NEWHALL HILL Newhall Hill Newhall Hill Newhall Hill Mr. Bell Newhall Mr Rogerson Percebyhall M. McKenzie Grange J. Ewart, Labr. [Labourer] Priestbutts 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.S.E. [South South East] from Percebyhall. A prominent round shaped eminence, on the estate of Newhall the Property of Mr. Bell. There are the remains of two "Forts" or "Camps" - on the summit of this hill - now distinctly visible.
OS1/10/48/38 FORTS [Newhall Hill] British Forts (remains of) British Forts (remains of) British Forts (remains of) Mr. Bell Newhall Mr Rogerson Percebyhall M. McKenzie Grange 044 [Situation] On Newhall Hill. Remains of two "Forts" or "Camps" - one of them is situated on the centre, or summit, of "Newhall Hill" and the other, on the slope of the said hill, distant from the former about 80 links. They are of a circular formation, consisting of an earthen embankment with fosse - both in a state of good preservation.
OS1/10/48/38 [Page] 38 Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No.10 Trace 4 [Signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corp: R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/39 HAGGIES BRAE Haggies Brae Haggies Brae Haggies Brae Haggies Brae Mr. Bell Newhall Mark McKenzie Grange C. Henderson Priestbutts J. Ewart Priestbutts Burn 044 [Situation] 30 chains East from Percebyhall Applied, to a small declivity adjoining Priestbutts. The name has been established from time immemorial.
OS1/10/48/39 [Page] 39 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No.10 Trace 4 [Signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corp: R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/10/48/40 MID HILL Mid Hill Mid Hill Mid Hill Mr. Bell Newhall M. McKenzie Grange J. Ewart Priestbutts 044 [Situation] 70 chains E. [East] from Percebyhall. A small hill feature, on the estate of Percebyhall, the surface of which is covered with mountain grass land. The Name is well known in the district
OS1/10/48/40 PRIESTBUTTS MOSS Priestbutts Moss Priestbutts Moss Priestbutts Moss Mr. Rogerson Mr. Bell C. Henderson 044 [Situation] 1 1/3 mile S. [South] East from Percebyhall A small tract of Moss on the Estate of Percebyhall.
OS1/10/48/40 DALBATE BURN Dalbate Burn See Page 65 for Authorities &c.
OS1/10/48/40 TANKER'S GILL Tanker's Gill See Page 65 for Authorities &c.
OS1/10/48/40 [Page] 40 Ph. [Parish] of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44 No.10 Trace 5
OS1/10/48/41 GROVEGILL BURN Groven Gill Burn Groven Gill Burn Grovegill Burn Richard Common. Crieve Archibald Thompson. Shepherd Cairnknowe See Page 36 044 [Situation] From the N.E. [North East] side of Burnt Hill N.W. [North West] to Capel Burn A stream rising on the N.E. [North East] side of Burnt Hill on the estate of Crieve & running into Capel Burn on the farm of Capelfoot.
OS1/10/48/41 PAPERT SIKE Papert Syke Papert Syke Mem: Pappert Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common. Crieve Fullarton's Gazetteer 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile NE. [North East] from Burnt Hill A stream rising on the estate of Crieve on the N. [North] of Kirtle Nick & running into Coom Burn on the N.E. [North East] side of Papert Hill.
OS1/10/48/41 [Page] 41 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-11 Trace 1 [Signed] J Nish C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/42 COOM BURN Coom Burn Coom Burn Coom Burn Archibald Thompson. Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common. Crieve John Irving. Land Steward Grange 044 [Situation] 1 mile N.E. [North East] from Burnt Hill A stream rising on the estate of Crieve on the N.E. [North East] side of the Fort called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party "Wintrap Camp", its junction with Cheese Burn on the N.W. [North West] of Papert Hill forms Capel Burn.
OS1/10/48/42 FORT [Burnt Hill] Fort (British) Fort (British) Archibald Thompson. Shepherd Cairnknowe Richard Common. Crieve 044 [Situation] 3/4 mile N.E. [North East] from Burnt Hill. A British Fort in a fair state of preservation on the estate of Crieve the property of Mary S. Beattie, it is situated on a commanding position and altho' small appears to have been of considerable strength.
OS1/10/48/42 [Page] 42 Trace 2 [Signed] J Nish C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/43 BURNT HILL Burnt Hill Burnt Hill Burnt Hill John Irving, Land Steward Grange Archibald Thompson, Shepherd Cairn Knowe Richard Common. Crieve 044 [Situation] In N.E. [North East] Parish district. A hill on the farm of Percebyhall on the summit of which is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station of the same name
OS1/10/48/43 HAGGY HILL Haggy Hill See Page 30 for Authorities &c.
OS1/10/48/43 [Page] 43 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-11 Trace 4 [Signed] J Nish C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/44 [Page] 44 [Blank page]
OS1/10/48/45 WATER OF MILK Water of Milk Water of Milk Water of Milk James Common Richard Common William Davidson 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary A large stream forming the Western Boundary of of this Parish, flowing in a S. [South] Westerly direction, and falling into the River Annan, near Hoddom Castle.
OS1/10/48/45 [Page] 45 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 43.15 Trace 1
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OS1/10/48/47 WHITESTONEHILL Whitestone Hill Whitestone Hill Whitestone Hill Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Swan Mr. J Richardson 043 [Situation] 13 Chains N. [North] of Whitestone Hill summit A neat house, and offices with an extensive tract of land attached Mr John Swan owner and occupier.
OS1/10/48/47 PENNYHOLM POOL Pennyholm Pool Pennyholm Pool Pennyholm Pool Revd. [Reverend] R Sanders Mr. John Swan Mr. J. Richardson 043 [Situation] In Water of Milk. A small pool or deep part of the Water of Milk said to be an old name.
OS1/10/48/47 [Page] 47 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 43.16 Trace 3 Clints [crossed out] [Signed] M Donohue Feb [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/48 GAVINS BURN Gavin's Burn Gavin's Burn Gavin's Burn Revd. [Reverend] R. Sander's Mr. John Swan (Gent.) [Gentleman] Mr. John Richardson 043; 051 [Situation] 1/4 mile S.W. [South West] from Whitestone Hill. A small paltry Rill, which has its rise on the lands of Whitestone and runs into Milk Water at Wyliehole.
OS1/10/48/48 WHITESTONE HILL Whitestone Hill Whitestone Hill Whitestone Hill Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Richardson farmer Mr. John Swan, 043 [Situation] At the E. [East] side of this Plan A considerable hill feature on the lands of Whitestone less than 1000ft. [feet] in altitude.
OS1/10/48/48 FORT [Whitestone Hill] Camp Camp Camp Revd. [Reverend] R Sanders Mr. John Richardson Mr. John Swan, 043 [Situation] On Whitestone Hill. This is a British fort a good Specimen of an Ancient Camp, Shape is oval, Bank example in good preservation, Fosse or ditch defaced except small bits It is said to be a Pictish Camp
OS1/10/48/48 [Page] 48 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 43.16 Trace 3 [Signed] M Donohue Febr. [February] 1857.
OS1/10/48/49 [Page] 49 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 43.16 Trace 3 Corriemill Cauld [crossed out] Corrie Mill being in the immediate vicinity (in Hutton & Corrie) this name seems to be unnecessary. [Signed] M Donohue 3rd March 1857.
OS1/10/48/50 WYLIEHOLE Wyliehole Wyliehole Wyliehole Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Scheme of locality for July 1794 Mr. John Richardson 043 [Situation] 1/2 mile SW. [South West] from Whitestone Hill. A farm town in good repair Mr. John Swan is owner and Occupier.
OS1/10/48/50 WATER OF MILK Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Water of Milk Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Blacks Co. [County] Map Mr. Johnstone of Gibson See following Page 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On the Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. A small river which takes its rise in this Ph. [Parish] and after a course of about 14 or 15 miles E. [East] to W. [West] falls into the Annan a little above Hoddam Castle
OS1/10/48/50 [Page] 50 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 43.16 Trace 5 [Signed] M Donohue Febr [February] 1857.
OS1/10/48/51 WATER OF MILK Water of Milk Water of Milk Water of Milk William Smith Linnhall John Johnstone Paddockhole William Wilson Pathhead 044 [Situatin] On the Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. A stream flowing along the boundary of the Parishes of Hutton, Corrie & Tundergarth and falling into Annan Water
OS1/10/48/51 BOGLEY CLEUCH Bogley Cleuch Bogley Cleuch Bogley Cleuch Bogley Cleuch William Smith John Johnstone William Wilson Johnston's Co. [County] Map 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.W. by W. [North West by West] from Linnhall A small Glen not far from Burnside with a little stream flowing through it.
OS1/10/48/51 [Page] 51 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44.13 Trace 1 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/52 BENJIE'S WELL Benjie's Well Benjie's Well Benjie's Well William Swan Whitestonehill William Smith Linnhall William Bell Standburnhouse 044 [Situation] 26 Chains N.W. [North West] from Linnhall. A small spring near [--] from which a little stream flows and falls into Lairdholm Burn
OS1/10/48/52 LAIRDHOLM BURN Lairdholm Burn Lairdholm Burn Lairdholm Burn William Swan William Smith William Bell 044 [Situation] From 17 chains W [West] from Linnhall N. [North] to Water of Milk. A Burn formed by the confluence of the Fore Burn & Back Burn near Linnhall
OS1/10/48/52 [Page] 52 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 2 Lairdholm Bridge [cossed out] [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/53 LAIRDHOLM Burnside Burnside Lairdholm Lairdholm Lairdholm Lairdholme William Swan Whitestonehill William Smith Linnhall William Bell Newhall Johnston's Co. [County] Map Valuation Roll 1827 Valuation Roll 1667 044 [Situation] 22 chains N.W. [North West] from Linnhall A Couple of Cottages with gardens attached at Lairdholm Burnside They are sometimes Called Lairdholm from an old farmhouse of that name that stood not far from them
OS1/10/48/53 PEWLANDASH Pewlandash Pewlandash Pewlandash William Swan William Smith William Bell 044 [Situation] 17 chains N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Linnhall. A Farm house of this name was situated here and according to Tradition both the people & Cattle died of the Plague about 300 years ago, their neighbours sawed the roofs of the houses and let them fall in on them which was all the interment they ever received
OS1/10/48/53 [Page] 53 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 2 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/54 CASTLE KNOWE Castle Knowe Castle Knowe Castle Knowe William Smith Linnhall William Bell Standburnhouse William Swan Whitestonehill 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.E. [North East] from Linnhall An Eminence at present Covered with wood and having a very steep ascent on the North side
OS1/10/48/54 MILKSIDE COTTAGE Milkside Cottage Milkside Cottage Milkside Cottage William Smith William Bell William Swan 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.E. [North East] by North from Linnhall. A neat Cottage with garden attached situated on the edge of the Water of Milk about 1/2 a mile from Burnside
OS1/10/48/54 GRANGE BURN Grange Burn Grange Burn Grange Burn William Smith William Bell William Swan 044 [Situation] From about 3/4 mile E. [East] from Linnhall N. [North] to Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary A Burn formed by the junction of three streams a little above the Grange Farmhouse it flows in a north west direction & falls into the Water of Milk
OS1/10/48/54 [Page] 54 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 3 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/55 STAND BURN Stand Burn Stand Burn Stand Burn William Swan Whitestonehill William Bell Standburnhouse John Richardson Bankshill 044; 052 [Situation] From Marloch N. [North] to Water of Milk. A stream rising south of Standburnhouse which flows through the Marloch And falls into the Water of Milk
OS1/10/48/55 STANDBURNHOUSE Standburnhouse Standburnhouse Standburnhouse William Swan William Bell John Richardson 051 [Situation] 3/4 mile S.W. [South West] by West from Linnhall A Couple of Cottages with gardens attached situated on the Public Roadside near Stand Burn
OS1/10/48/55 MARLOCH Marloch Marloch Marloch William Swan William Bell John Richardson 044; 052 [Situation] 3/4 mile S.W. [South West] from Linnhall A few acres of moss about a 1/4 of a mile south of Standburnhouse
OS1/10/48/55 [Page] 55 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 4 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/56 WHITEHOLM RIG Whiteholm Rigg Whiteholm Rigg Whiteholm Rigg William Bell Standburnhouse William Smith Linnhall William Swan Whitestonehill 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.W. by W. [South West by West] from Linnhall A tract of elevated land south of the Public Road from Stand Burn to Burnside
OS1/10/48/56 SEVEN BRETHREN Brethren Stones Brethren Stones Brethren Stones William Bell William Smith William Swan 044 [Situation] 34 chains W. [West] from Linnhall Seven stones of Whinstone standing on the Whiteholm Rigg there is said to have been originally twelve but the others have been removed they are supposed to be Druidical
OS1/10/48/56 DRUIDICAL CIRCLE (Remains of) [Seven Brethren] Brethren Stones Brethren Stones Brethren Stones William Bell William Smith William Swan 044 [Situation] 34 chains W. [West] from Linnhall Seven stones of Whinstone standing on the Whiteholm Rigg there is said to have been originally twelve but the others have been removed they are supposed to be Druidical
OS1/10/48/56 [Page] 56 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 4 March Cleuch [crossed out] [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/57 GARDINER'S BRAE Gardiner's Brae Gardiner's Brae Gardiner's Brae William Smith Linnhall William Bell Standburnhouse William Swan Whitestonehill 044 [Situation] 25 chains N.W. [North West] from Linnhall. A name applied to a sloping portion of land near Burnside
OS1/10/48/57 BACK CLEUCH Back Cleuch Back Cleuch Back Cleuch William Smith William Bell William Swan 044 [Situation] 15 chains W. [West] from Linnhall A hollow through which a stream flows and falls into Lairdholm Burn
OS1/10/48/57 [Page] 57 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 5 Little Cleuch [crossed out] [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/58 LINNHALL Linnhall Linnhall Linnhall William Smith Linnhall William Swan Whitestonehill William Bell Standburnhouse 044 [Situation] Near central Parish district A Farmhouse with offices garden & Farm of land attached
OS1/10/48/58 FORE BURN Fore Burn Fore Burn Fore Burn William Smith William Swan William Bell 044 [Situation] From 28 chains S.E. [South East] from Linnhall N.W. [North West] to Laridholm Burn. A stream rising a little south of Ravens Hill and flowing past Linnhall where it meets the Back Burn and they take the name of Lairdholm Burn
OS1/10/48/58 BACK BURN Back Burn Back Burn Back Burn William Smith William Swan William Bell 044; 052 [Situation] From Sn. [Southern] Ph. [Parish] Boundary N. [North] to Lairdholm Burn. A stream which rises south of Linnhall meets the Fore Burn and together form Lairdholm Burn
OS1/10/48/58 [Page] 58 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44.13 Trace 5 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/59 MUNGOS-STONE Mungo's Stone Mungo's Stone Mungo's Stone William Smith Linnhall William Bell Standburnhouse William Bell Newhall 044 [Situation] 16 chains S. [South] from Linnhall A name applied to a portion of land near a Whinstone Quarry on the Farm of Linnhall
OS1/10/48/59 [Page] 59 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 5 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/60 RAVENS HILL Ravens Hill Ravens Hill Ravens Hill William Bell Standburnhouse William Smith Linnhall William Swan Whitestonehill 044 [Situation] 24 chains S.E. by E. [South East by East] from Linnhall. A Considerable Eminence between the Farms of Linnhall and Grange
OS1/10/48/60 PEAT SIKE Peat Syke Peat Syke Peat Syke William Bell William Smith William Swan 044; 052 [Situation] About 54 chains S.E. [South East] from Linnhall. A stream rising south of the Grange and falling into Grange Burn
OS1/10/48/60 BLACK GRAIN Black Grain Black Grain Black Grain William Bell William Smith William Swan 044; 052 [Situation] About 56 chains SE. [South East] from Linnhall. A stream which rises east of the Grange and joins Peat Syke which together with another stream forms Grange Burn
OS1/10/48/60 [Page] 60 Parish of Tundergarth -- Sheet 44.13 Trace 6 [Signed] John Houston
OS1/10/48/61 GRANGE Grange Grange Grange William Bell Standburnhouse William Smith Linnhall William Swan Whitestonehill 044 [Situation] 50 chains E. [East] from Linnhall. A substantial Farmhouse with Offices Garden and Farm of land attached
OS1/10/48/61 [Page] 61 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.13 Trace 6 [Signed] John Houston
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OS1/10/48/63 FORTS [Newhall Hill] Camp Camp Camp William Davison Crawthwaite cottage James Graham Esq, Dunaby David Little Bank Houses 044 [Situation] On Newhall Hill On the summit of Newhall Hill there are two camps the outlines of which can still be distinctly traced. Supposed to be of British, but probably of Danish origin
OS1/10/48/63 NEWHALL HILL Newhall Hill Newhall Hill Newhall Hill William Davison James Graham David Little 044 [Situation] About 50 chains N.N.E. [North North East] from Grange An irregularly shaped Hill of moderate elevation on the farm of Newhall.
OS1/10/48/63 DASSFAULD Dassfauld Dassfauld Dassfauld William Davison James Graham David Little 044 [Situation] 1/4 mile N.E. [North East] from Grange A Small Cottage on the Road Side with garden attached
OS1/10/48/63 [Page] 63 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.14 trace 1 [Signed] W. Paterson c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/64 CRAWTHWAITE HILL Crawthwaite Hill Crawthwaite Hill Crawthwaite Hill William Davison Crawthwaite cottage James Graham Esqr. Dunaby David Little Bank Houses 044 [Situation] 73 chains N.E. [North East] from Grange An irregularly shaped hill of moderate elevation between Newhall Hill and Dalbate Burn
OS1/10/48/64 CRAWTHWAITE Crawthwaite Crawthwaite Crawthwaite William Davison John Graham David Little 044 [Situation] 3/4 mile N.E. [North East] from Grange The ruins of a farm steading which had this name. The buildings are still used as cattle sheds.
OS1/10/48/64 [Page] 64 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44.14 Trace 2 [Signed] W. Paterson C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/65 DALBATE BURN Dalbate Burn William Davidson, Crawthwaite Cottage James Graham Esq., Dunaby David Little, Bankhouses 044 [Situation] +1 mile E. [East] from Grange A rapid mountain Stream rising at the foot of Crawthwaite Hill, flows past Dalbate and falls into the Kirk Burn
OS1/10/48/65 TANKER'S GILL Tanker's Gill William Davidson James Graham Esq. David Little 044 1 1/3 mile N.E. [North East] from Grange A rocky glen with a stream flowing through it which falls into Dalbate Burn
OS1/10/48/65 CRUMMIE'S CLEUCH Crumie's Cleuch William Davidson James Graham Esq. David Little 044 [Situation] About 1/3 mile N.E. [North East] from Grange A small glen with a stream flowing through it which falls into Dalbate Burn
OS1/10/48/65 [Page] 65 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-14 Trace 3 [Signed] W. Paterson C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/66 LONG CLEUCH Long Cleuch William Davidson, Crawthwaite Cottage James Graham Esq., Dunaby David Little, Bankhouses 044 [Situation] On the Boundary between Tundergarth and Middlebie A long deep glen with a stream flowing through it which falls into Dalbate Burn. The Stream forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Middlebie & Tundergarth
OS1/10/48/66 KIRK BURN Kirk Burn Kirk Burn Kirk Burn James Graham William Rutherford William Henry 044 [About 1 mile S.E. by E. [South East by East] from Grange A stream which rises a little to the west of Dalbate flows South, enters Middlebie Ph. [Parish] and falls into the Milk Water.
OS1/10/48/66 [Page] 66 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-14 Trace 3 [Signed] W. Paterson c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/67 GRANGE Grange Mrs Johnstone, Grange James Graham Esq., Dunaby William Davidson, Crawthwaite Cottage 044 [Situation] Near central district of Parish A Dwelling house with garden, outhouses and a farm of land attached, The property & residence of Mrs Johnstone
OS1/10/48/67 GRANGE BURN Grange Burn Mrs Johnstone James Graham Esq. David Little 044 [Situation] About 15 chains S. [South] from Grange A rapid mountain stream formed by the confluence of several smaller streams on the farm of Grange and falls into Milk Water
OS1/10/48/67 TATH CLEUCH Tath Cleuch Mrs Johnstone James Graham Esq. David Little 044; 052 [Situation] 34 chains S.S.E. [South South East] from Grange A long glen with a stream flowing through it, a tributary of Grange Burn
OS1/10/48/67 [Page] 67 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-14 Trace 4 [Signed] W. Paterson c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/68 BLACK GRAIN Black Grain William Davidson, Crawthwaite Cottage James Graham Esq., Dunaby David Little, Bankhouses 044; 052 [Situation] 1/2 mile S. [South] from Grange A small stream having its source on Grange Fell, forms one of the tributaries of Grange Burn
OS1/10/48/68 GRANGE BANK Grange Bank William Davidson James Graham David Little 044 [Situation] 3/4 mile S.E. by E. [South East by East] from Grange A steep wood slope on the northern Slope of Grange Fell
OS1/10/48/68 [Page] 68 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-14 Trace 4 [Signed] W. Paterson c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/69 CRAWTHWAITE COTTAGE Crawthwaite Cottage W. Davidson, Crawthwaite Cottage James Graham, Esq., Dunaby David Little, Bankhouses 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile E. [East] from Grange. A small cottage on the road side with garden &c. attached
OS1/10/48/69 FORT [Crawthwaite Cottage] Camp William Davidson James Graham David Little 044 [Situation] 1/2 mile E. [East] from Grange. On a small knowe immediately to the north of Crawthwaite Cottage there is a small camp partly defaced supposed to be of British origin
OS1/10/48/69 BANKHOUSES Bankhouses Mrs Johnstone James Graham Esq. David Little 044 [Situation] 66 chains S.E.E. [South East East] from Grange Two Cottages at the foot of Grange Bank with garden &c. attached occupied by labourers.
OS1/10/48/69 [Page] 69 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-14 Trace 5 [Signed] W. Paterson c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/10/48/70 BIRKIE'S CLEUCH Birkie's Cleuch Mrs Johnstone, Grange David Little, Bankhouses William Davidson, Crawthwaite Cottage 044 [Situation] 67 chains E. [East] from Grange A small glen to the north of Bankhouses with a stream flowing through it
OS1/10/48/70 BIRKIE'S SIKE Birkie's Syke Mrs Johnstone David Little William Davidson 044 [Situation] 70 chains E [East] from Grange A small stream on the southern slope of Crawthwaite Hill
OS1/10/48/70 FORT [Bankhouses] Camp Mrs Johnstone David Little William Davidson 044 [Situation] 1 mile E. [East] from Grange. A small camp rather defaced situated on a knowe a little to the north-east of Bankhouses. Supposed to be of British origin
OS1/10/48/70 [Page] 70 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-14 Trace 5 [Signed] W. Paterson
OS1/10/48/71 DALBATE Dalbate Dalbate Debate James Graham Esq., Dunaby David Little, Bankhouses David Hay, Dalbate 044 [Situation] 1 1/5 mile S.E.E. [South East East] from Grange. A small hamlet on the Dumfries and Langholm road situated in the parishes of Midlebie and Tundergarth.
OS1/10/48/71 [Page] 71 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 44-14 Trace 6 [Signed] W. Paterson c/a [civilian assistant]
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OS1/10/48/73 NORWESTWOOD Norwestwood Norwestwood Norwestwood Norwestwood Lease and rent receipt Mr. William Farish farmer Mr. James Bell farmer Mr. Johnstone Gibson 051 [Situation] In S.Wn. [South Western] Parish district. A good dwelling house, outbuildings garden and lands attached Mr. William Farish Occupier, Mr. Johnstone Gibson owner, "Nor, is from the Anglo Saxon Nord," which signifies North. hence Norwestwood seems to be the right name.
OS1/10/48/73 RUMBLE POOL Rammer's Pool Rammer's Pool Rammer's Pool Rumble Pool Mr. William Farish farmer Mr. Johnstone Gibson f Mr. Robert Jardine farmer See Page 101 of Dryfesdale Name Book. 051 [Situation] In Water of Milk. A deep pool in the Milk Water so Named in the district.
OS1/10/48/73 [Page] 73 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.2 Trace 6 Drove Ford [crossed out] Not recognised as a general name, [Signed] M Donohue Febr. [February] 1857.
OS1/10/48/74 WATER OF MILK Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Water of Milk Mr. Johnstone Gibson Black's Co. [County] Map Mr. James Bell See Page 4 051 [Situation] On Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary A rivulet which has its source in the N.E. [North East] extremity of this Ph. [Parish] runs in S.W. [South West] direction and forms a confluence with the River Annan. Sometimes named Water of Milk in the district.
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OS1/10/48/75 CASTLEHILL Castlehill Castlehill Castlehill Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders William Paxten Mr. William Reid 051 [Situation] 50 chains N.E. [North East] from Tundergarth Church. A good farm house, and offices, with lands attached.
OS1/10/48/75 SOUTHBURN Southburn Southburn Southburn Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Richardson farmer Mr. William Paxten farmer, 051 [Situation] 63 chains N.E. [North East] from Tundergarth Church. A dwelling house, and offices, with lands attached.
OS1/10/48/75 NORTHBURN Northburn Northburn Northburn Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. Johnstone Mr. John Richardson farmer 051 [Situation] 70 chains N.E. [North East] from Tundergarth Church. A neat dwelling house, and offices, and lands attached.
OS1/10/48/75 [Page] 75 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.3 Trace 3 [Signed] M Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/76 PERCEIVING BURN Perceiving Burn Perceiving Burn Perceiving Burn Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Richardson farmer Mr. Johnstone of Northburn 051 [Situation] Passes immediately to the West of Northburn A small shallow rivulet which has its source on the lands of Wyliehole, runs in a N.W [North West] direction and falls into Milk Water
OS1/10/48/76 TUMULUS [Tundergarth] Tumulus Tumulus Tumulus Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. John Sanders 051 [Situation] 54 chains N.E. [North East] from Tundergarth Church. A small circular Knoll of slight elevation supposed to be a burying ground. "An urn was extracted containing bones."
OS1/10/48/76 PERCEIVINGBURN BRIDGE Perceivingburn Bridge Perceivingburn Bridge Perceivingburn Bridge Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Richardson Mr. William Reid 051 [Situation] Over Perceiving Burn. A small stone bridge of one arch across Perceiving Burn
OS1/10/48/76 [Page] 76 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.3 Trace 3 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/77 Site of FORT [Tundergarth] British Fort (Site of) British Fort (Site of) British Fort (Site of) Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. William Reid of Bankhill 051 [Situation] 62 chains N.E. [North East] from Tundergarth Church The vestiges of an ancient camp or British fort now obliterated by the Plough. It is supposed to have been a Roman Camp, the eye can still perceive a slight circular elevation which occupied the position on level ground it is slightly hollowed in the inside. "The party who ploughed it pointed out the site, and states that its shape was round." Consequently it must have been a Celtic or British Fort.
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OS1/10/48/79 MANSE [Tundergarth] Manse Manse Manse Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. John Richardson farmer 051 [Situation] 28 chains N.W. [North West] by West from Tundergarth Church. A neat residence, garden and offices Occupied by Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Minister of Tundergarth.
OS1/10/48/79 PISGAH HILL Pisgah Pisgah Pisgah Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. John Richardson farmer 051 [Situation] 3/4 mile West from Tundergarth Church. A hill feature on the farm of Scroggs, Sometimes named Mount Pisgah, & Pisgah Hill Pisgah is the name recommended it is said to be a Scriptural name.
OS1/10/48/79 STANEY BECK Stany Beck Stany Beck Stany Beck Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] 48 chains West from Tundergarth Church A small Stream which issues from a well at North Mosshead and falls into Milk Water at Scroggs Bridge.
OS1/10/48/79 [Page] 79 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.3 Trace 4 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/80 SCROGS Scroggs Scroggs Scroggs Scrogs Scrogs Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. James Renwick farmer Mr. William Reid Valuation Roll Johnston's Co. [County] Map 051 [Situation] 66 chains N.W.W. [North West West] from Tundergarth Church A neat dwelling house garden and farm attached. Scroggs is the name approved of by the authorities
OS1/10/48/80 WATER OF MILK Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Water of Milk Blacks Co. [County] Map Geol. [Geographical] Map of Scotland Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders See Page 4 051 [Situation] On Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. A small river which has its rise in N.E. [North East] of this Ph. [Parish] and after a course of 14 or 15 Miles from E. to W. [East to West] forms a confluence with the R. [River] Annan a little above Hoddam Castle.
OS1/10/48/80 SCROGS BRIDGE Scrogg's Bridge Scrogg's Bridge Scrogg's Bridge Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. James Renwick Mr. William Reid 051 [Situation] Over Water of Milk. A good and substantial stone bridge of one arch crossing Milk Water. Upheld at the [--] of the County.
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OS1/10/48/81 BLUE EEL POOL Blue Eel Pool Blue Eel Pool Blue Eel Pool Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] In Water of Milk. A deep pool in the Water of Milk so-named, perhaps from eels of a bluish color being caught in it.
OS1/10/48/81 SCROGS COTTAGE Scrogs Cottage Scrogs Cottage Scrogs Cottage Herbert Burgess James Renwick Francis McGlashan 051 [Situation] 1/4 mile S.E. [South East] from Scrogs A Cottage and garden on the farm of Scrogs.
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OS1/10/48/83 SHAW Shaw Shaw Shaw Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Scheme of locality for Stipend, Mr. John Carruthers. 051 [Situation] 27 chains N.W. [North West] from Tundergarth Church. A farm house, and outhouses with garden and lands attached.
OS1/10/48/83 FOULRAW Foulraw Faulraw Faulraw Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Scheme of locality at Manse, Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] 16 chains N.W. [North West] from Tundergarth Church. A cottage and garden, the name long established, formerly a farm town.
OS1/10/48/83 DANIE'S KNOWE Danie's Knowe Danie's Knowe Danie's Knowe Mr. William Reid Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Sanders 051 [Situation] 16 chains N.W. [North West] by North from Tundergarth Church. A small eminence nearly of an elliptical shape, so named in the district.
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OS1/10/48/84 KATIE'S KNOWE Katey's Knowe Katey's Knowe Katey's Knowe Katy's Knowe Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. John Carruthers farmer Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders 051 [Situation] 13 chains N. [North] from Tundergarth Church A small eminence nearly of an elliptical shape the name long established.
OS1/10/48/84 HALLBANK Hallbank Hallbank Hallbank Mr. William Reid Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] 1/4 mile N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Tundergarth Church A farm house, and outhouse with garden and lands attached.
OS1/10/48/84 POTS POOL Pots Pool Pots Pool Pots Pool Mr. William Reid Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. James Reid farmer 051 [Situation] In Water of Milk A small pool, a deep part of the Milk Water the name long established.
OS1/10/48/84 [Page] 84 Parish of Tundergarth --Plan 51.3 Trace 5 Katie's Knowe [note] Katie Abbn. [Abbreviation] of Catherine. Dr. [Doctor] Jamieson [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/85 MOAT POOL Moat Pool Moat Pool Moat Pool Mr. William Reid Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] In Water of Milk A small deep pool in the Water of Milk the name is long established
OS1/10/48/85 THE MOAT Moat Moat Moat Mr. William Reid Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] 30 chains N.N.E. [North North East] from Tundergarth Church. A small elevation, the substrata a rock, about 10 feet in altitude above the adj. [adjacent] Plain. Has no historical connexion, but merely the name. It gives name to a few minor objects adjoining.
OS1/10/48/85 [Page] 85 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.3 Trace 5 Moat Well [crossed out] [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/86 CHURCH [Tundergarth] Tundergarth Church Tundergarth Church Tundergarth Church Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid Mr. John Sanders 051 [Situation] In central Parish district A neat edefice with burying ground attached. Salary, Six chalders of [victual], money £66 13s 4d. for Com. [Communion] Elements £8 6s 8d & about 7 acres of Glebe. Sittings [--]. Dedicy. [Dedicatory] name & date of erection unknown
OS1/10/48/86 TUNDERGARTH [farm] Tundergarth Tundergarth Tundergarth Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid Mr. John Carruthers 051 [Situation] 8 chains S.E. [South East] from Tundergarth Church A good house, and offices and farm attached. The barn of this farm house stands on the site of a now extinct castle which formerly belonged to the family Johnstone's.
OS1/10/48/86 DANCERS KNOWE Dancers Knowe Dancers Knowe Dancers Knowe Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid of Hallbank Mr. John Richardson, farmer 051 [Situation] 25 chains N.N.E. [North North East] from Tundergarth Church A small elevated Knowe on the farm of Hallbank so named in the district.
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OS1/10/48/87 DORMONT KNOWE Dormont Knowe Dormont Knowe Dormont Knowe Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. William Reid Mr. John Carruthers 051 [Situation] 12 chains West from Tundergarth Church A small eminence on the farm of Shaw, the name is long established.
OS1/10/48/87 Site of CASTLE [Tundergarth] Site of Tundergarth Castle Site of Castle William Reid of Hallbank New Stat. Acct.[Statistical Account] of Dumfries 051 On the Site of the outhouses belonging to the Farm of Tundergarth, there stood a Castle which belonged to the family of Johnston, the proprietors of this Parish during the 17th Century.
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OS1/10/48/89 TOM'S BURN Tom's Burn Tom's Burn Tom's Burn Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] About 34 chains N.E. by N. [North East by North], from Tundergarth Church. A very small rill which sets forth from a Spring and in a N. [North] direction runs into Milk W. [Water].
OS1/10/48/89 CASTLEHILL GREEN Castlehill Green Castlehill Green Castlehill Green Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] 44 chains N.E. [North East] from Tundergarth Church. Two cottages with gardens attached Occupied by operatives The name is long established
OS1/10/48/89 [Page] 89 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.3 Trace 6 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
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OS1/10/48/91 PERCEIVING BURN Perceiving Burn Perceiving Burn Perceiving Burn Revd. [Reverend] Richard Sanders Mr. John Richardson farmer Mr. Johnstone farmer 051 [Situation] From E. [East] to W. [West] of this Plan. A small, shallow rivulet, which begins from small head rills on the lands of Wyliehole in this Plan, and runs in a W. [West] and N.W. [North West] direction into Milk Water
OS1/10/48/91 BURNBRAE Burnbrae Burnbrae Burnbrae Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Richardson Mr. Johnstone 051 [Situation] About 1/4 mile SW. [South West] from Bankshill. A cottage and garden and Smithy to which this name is applied in the district.
OS1/10/48/91 BANKS Banks Banks Banks Banks Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Carlyle Mr. John Richardson Black's Co. [County] Map. 051 [Situation] 17 Chains N.W.W. [North West West] from Bankshill A good dwelling house outbuildings garden and farm occupied by Mr. John Carlyle Mr. Herbert Hunter is owner,
OS1/10/48/91 [Page] 91 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/92 HALLMEADOW Hallmeadow Hallmeadow Hallmeadow Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Richardson farmer Mr. William Reid farmer 051 [Situation] 12 Chains N.E. [North East] from Bankshill A good house, and offices, garden and farm, to which this name applies "Formerly this was written Holmmeadow now changed to the modern name " Hallmeadow
OS1/10/48/92 BANKSHILL Bankshill Bankshill Bankshill Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Richardson Mr. William Reid 051 [Situation] Towards the N.W. [North West] corner of this Plan. A small village which consists of Seven houses with gardens attached occupied by laborers There is a Ph. [Parish] School and Beershop in this village.
OS1/10/48/92 SCHOOL [Bankshill] Parish School Parish School Parish School Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Richardson, farmer Mr. William Reid farmer 051 [Situation] In Bankshill village. A small, neat house used as a day School for boys and girls The Schoolmaster's salary is £34.0.0
OS1/10/48/92 [Page] 92 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 1. [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/93 CHECK T.P. [Bankshill] Bankshill Sidebar Bankshill Sidebar Bankshill Sidebar Marked on the Schedule board at the gate Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] At the E. [East] end of Bankshill village. A check-bar erected on a Ph. [Parish] Road where toll must be paid for Sheep and Cattle
OS1/10/48/93 [Page] 93 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/94 CLEUGHHEADS Cleughheads Cleughheads Cleughheads Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. John Richardson Mr. William Reid farmer 051 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.E. by E. [North East by East] from Bankhill A range of two cottages with garden Occupied by laborers The object is inferior but well known by name.
OS1/10/48/94 [Page] 94 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 2 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/95 BURNHEAD Burnhead Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Black's Co. [County] Map Mr. Herbert Hunter 051 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.S.E. [South South East] from Bankshill A good dwelling house, outbuildings, and farm attached Mr. Herbert Hunter is owner and occupier
OS1/10/48/95 BURNHEAD BURN Burnhead Burn Burnhead Burn Burnhead Burn Trailtroggy Burn Trailtroggy Burn Trailtroggy Burn Revd. [Reverend] R Sanders, Mr. Herbert Hunter, Mr. John Carruthers, Robert Howatson Shepherd Mr. William Reid of Hallbank Mr. John Moffat of Hallbank 051 [Situation] Near Burnhead Burn. A small brook which has its rise on the lands of Shawhill runs past Burnhead from which it takes name and in N.W. [North West] direction falls into Receiving Burn. "Trailtroggy Burn is the original name, but now nearly lost and is only known to a few old inhabitants in the locality Burnhead Burn is the modern name"
OS1/10/48/95 [Page] 95 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 4 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/96 BURNHEAD COTTAGE Burnhead Cottage Burnhead Cottage Burnhead Cottage Mr. Herbert Hunter Mr. John Richardson farmer Mr. William Reid farmer 051 [Situation] 50 Chains S.E. by S. [South East by South] from Bankhill A small Cottage on the lands of Burnhead, the name is well known in the locality.
OS1/10/48/96 [Page] 96 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 5 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/97 GAVINS BURN Gavins Burn Gavins Burn Gavins Burn Mr. John Swan Mr. R. Rowatson f [farmer] Mr. John Richardson fr [farmer] 043; 051 [Situation] At the N En. [North Eastern] Corner of this Plan. A small stream which has its rise on Whitestonehill farm and runs into Milk Water.
OS1/10/48/97 [Page] 97 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 3 [Signed] M Donohue March 2nd 1857
OS1/10/48/98 COUTS CLEUCH Couts Cleugh Mr. John Swan Mr. R Howatson Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] 1 mile SE. [South East] from Bankshill. A small Cleugh or glen and burn running through.
OS1/10/48/98 [Page] 98 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.4 Trace 6 [Signed] M Dononhue March 3rd. 1857.
OS1/10/48/99 MARLOCH Mar Loch Mar Loch Mar Loch John Smith Linnhall George Bell Minsea William Davison Crawthwaite Cottage 044; 052 [Situation] Near the N.W. [North West] Corner of this Plan. A low lying peice of deep moss, which is said formly to have been a Loch. (The name as given by authorities being inapplicable, it is to be written as one word, according to usage).
OS1/10/48/99 STAND BURN Stand Burn Stand Burn Stand Burn John Smith George Bell William Davison 044; 052 [Situation] From Marloch N. [North] to Water of Milk. A small stream having its source in Mar Loch.
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OS1/10/48/100 BACK BURN Back Burn Back Burn Back Burn John Smith Linnhall George Bell Minsea William Davison Crawthwaite Cottage 044; 052 [Situation] On the moorland 1/2 mile E [East] of Marloch. A small stream having its source in Middlebie Parish. Bears its name to its junction with Fore Burn there the united streams bear the name of Lairdholm Burn.
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OS1/10/48/101 PEAT SIKE Peat Syke Peat Syke Peat Syke John Smith Linnhall George Bell Minsea William Davison Crawthwaite Cottage 044; 052 [Situation] About 1 mile E. [East] of Marloch A small stream rising near Peat Hill and falls into Grange Burn.
OS1/10/48/101 PEAT HILL Peat Hill Peat Hill Peat Hill John Smith George Bell William Davison 052 [Situation] 1 1/4 mile E. [East] from Marloch. A small hill on the farm of Grange.
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OS1/10/48/103 WATER BECK Water Beck Water Beck Water Beck John Smith Linnhall George Bell Minsea William Davison Crawthwaite Cottage 052 [Situation] From Grange Fell S.W. [South West] to Kirtle Water. A steam having its source at the foot of Grange Fell passes by the village of Waterbeck and falls into the Kirtle Water.
OS1/10/48/103 TATH CLEUCH Tath Cleuch Tath Cleuch Tath Cleuch John Smith George Bell William Davison 044; 052 [Situation] 1/4 mile N.W. [North West] from Grange fell A deep Cleuch with a stream flowing through, the Cleuch begings at the source of the stream, and terminates at its junction with Black Grain.
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OS1/10/48/104 BLACK GRAIN Black Grain Black Grain Black Grain John Smith Linnhill George Bell Minsea William Davison Crawthwaite Cottage 044; 052 [Situation] 1/2 mile W. [West] from Grange Fell. A Glen with a stream flowing through and bears the name to its junction with a stream that passes through Tath Cleuch
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OS1/10/48/105 GRANGE FELL Grange Fell Grange Fell Grange Fell John Smith Linnhall George Bell Minsea William Davison Crawthwaite Cottage 052 [Situation] Near the middle of the En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary. A hill of considerable altitude somewhere about a thousand feet high.
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OS1/10/48/107 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY Caledonian Railway Caledonian Railway Caledonian Railway Mr. Archibald Gibson, Secretary Table of Bye-laws at Lockerbie Station Black's Co. [County] Map of Dumfries-shire 051 [Situation] At the S.Wn. [South Western] extremity of Parish. One of the principal lines of Railway in Scotland, extends from Edinburgh to Carlisle in England. It consists of a double line of Rails, through this and adj. [adjacent] Plans it forms a sort of Parabolic curve. The traffic on it is considerable.
OS1/10/48/107 WATER OF MILK Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Water of Milk Black's Map of Dumfries-shire Webster's Topographical Dictionary Mr. Johnstone Gibson of Gibson Mr. George Jamieson farmer, 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On the Boundary between Tundergarth and St. Mungo, A rivulet which has its source in the N.E. [North East] extremity of this Ph. [Parish] runs in a S.W. [South West] direction and forms a confluence with the River Annan The aforesaid confluence formerly gave the name Abermele to the Ph. [Parish] of St. Mungo which in the Celtic signifies the Mouth of the Mele, now written Milk
OS1/10/48/107 [Page] 107 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.6.1 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/108 OUTER GIBSONSTOWN Outer Gibson's Outer Gibson's Outer Gibson's Gibsonstown Gibsonstown Gibsonstown Gibsontown Mr. Johnstone Gibson Mr. James Bell Rent Receipt. Valuation Roll New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] Johnston's Co. [County] Map 051 [Situation] 26 Chains S.E. [South East] from Gibsonstown A dwelling house, offices and farm attached, occupied by Mr. James Bell and property of Mr. Johnstone Gibson.
OS1/10/48/108 SCALEHILL Scalehill Scalehill Scalehill Scalehill Skailhill Mr. Thomas Gibson farmer Mr. Johnstone Gibson Mr. James Bell Valuation Roll Johnston's Co. [County] Map, 051 [Situation] 30 Chains N.E. [North East] from Gibsonstown A dwelling house, offices, and farm, occupied by the owner Mr. Thomas Dobie.
OS1/10/48/108 BOGSIDE Bogside Bogside Bogside Bogside Mr. Johnstone Gibson Mr. Thomas Dobie farmer Rent receipt Valuation Roll 051 [Situation] 16 Chains N.E. [North East] from Gibsonstown A range of two cottages and about 7 acres of land attached. Mr. Johnstone Gibson is the owner.
OS1/10/48/108 [Page] 108 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.6. 1 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/109 WESTWOOD Westwood Westwood Westwood Westwood Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. James Bell Mr. James Sanders Valuation Roll 051 [Situation] 48 Chains N.N.E. [North North East] from Gibsonstown. A dwelling house, offices & farm. Occupied by Mr. James Sanders.
OS1/10/48/109 [Page] 109 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.6 Trace 3. [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/110 GIBSONSTOWN Gibson's Gibson's Gibson's Gibsonstown Gibsonstown Mr. Johnstone (owner) Mr. James Bell farmer Mr. Farish farmer Valuation Roll Johnston's Co. [County] Map 051 [Situation] In the S.Wn. [South Western] Parish district. A neat residence, with offices pleasure ground and lands attached Occupied by the proprietor A. Johnstone Gibson
OS1/10/48/110 DICKSONSTOWN Dixon's Dixon's Dixon's Dixon's Dicksonstown Dicksonstown Mr. Johnstone Mr. James farmer Mr. Farish farmer Mr. Carruthers, Valuation Roll Johnston's Co. [County] Map 051 [Situation] 16 Chains N. [North] from Gibsonstown. A dwelling house, offices, and farm Occupied by Mr. Carruthers.
OS1/10/48/110 [Page] 110 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.6 -- Trace not marked on Plan [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/111 ROMAN ROAD [Tundergarth parish] Roman Road Roman Road Roman Road Roman Road Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. Robert Jardine Fullarton's Gazetteer Roman Antiquities of Scotland by R. Stuart. 051 [Situation] From N.W. [North West] to S.E. [South East] of this Plan. The vestiges of a Roman Road, very indistinct, but traceable by a hard pavement in some places, in others by stones and gravel, particularly through ploughed fields All of it shewn on the traces has been pointed out by Mr. Johnstone of Gibson a gentleman who seems to take an interest in Antiquities It is also well known to many of the Gentlemen farmers of the district each of whom can point out the site. It does not appear to have had a ditch or bank on either sides but to have been formed by removing the loose soil from the top, and filling its place by successive layers of gravel and stones intermixed. This is part of the Roman military way from Carlisle which entered the Co. [County] of Dumfries at Longtown, thence by Birrens, and Birrensworkhill (sometimes written Brunsworkhill) crosses Milk Water where it is not traceable thence by Lockerbie to Gallaberry where it divides into branches for Nithsdale and Annandale.
OS1/10/48/111 [Page] 111 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.7 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/112 COURSTEIN Courstein Courstein Courstein Lease and rent receipt Mr. Robert Jardine farmer Mr. Johnstone, of Gibson 051 [Situation] 1/2 mile W. [West] from Mosshead. A good house, outbuildings garden and farm occupied by Mr. Robert Jardine, property of Mr. John Dalziel. Stein is another form of the Anglo Saxon Stan - stone
OS1/10/48/112 STANEY BECK Stany Beck Stany Beck Stany Beck Stany Beck Mr. William Reed farmer Mr. John Bell farmer Mr. John Graham (Local pronunciation) 051 [Situation] From Mosshead N.W. [North West]. A small stream which issues from a Spring-well at Mosshead runs in a Northerly direction and falls into Milk Water at Scrog Bridge The name is of Anglo Saxon origin i.e. from Stan a stone
OS1/10/48/112 [Page] 112 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.7 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/113 MOSSHEAD North Mosshead North Mosshead North Mosshead South Mosshead South Mosshead South Mosshead Mr. John Bell farmer Mr. John Graham farmer Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr John Graham farmer Mr. John Bell farmer Mr. Johnstone of Gibson 051 [Situation] In S.Wn. [South Western] Parish district A farm house outbuildings and lands attached, occupied by Mr. John Bell. A dwelling house, outbuildings and lands attached, in the occupation of Mr. John Bell, North Mosshead & South Mosshead are parts of the Same property and locally named Mosshead.
OS1/10/48/113 LOCHHEAD Lochhead Lochhead Lochhead Mr. John Graham, farmer Mr. John Bell, farmer Mr. Johnstone of Gibson, 051 [Situation] In Sn. [Southern] vicinity of Mosshead. A dwelling house and outbuildings occupied by Mr. John Bell. This is a distinct property from either North Mosshead or South Mosshead.
OS1/10/48/113 [Page] 113 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.7 Trace 2 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/114 CAIRN HILL Cairnhill Cairnhill Cairnhill Mosshead Hill Mr. Johnstone, Gibson Mr. John Bell farmer Mr. John Graham Mr. William Reed Shoemaker 051 [Situation] 1/4 mile N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Mosshead A hill feature on the lands of Mosshead the altitude less than 1000 ft. [feet] from Sea-level. "It is supposed a Cairn once stood here belonging to the Romans, In digging a quarry here there has been found a trough containing bones & some beads."
OS1/10/48/114 FORT [Mosshead] British Fort British Fort British Fort Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. John Bell, farmer Mr. John Graham, farmer 051 [Situation] 18 Chains N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Mosshead The South side consists of a bank and no fosse. The North & West slight vestiges of bank where it has been ploughed. It is recognised in the district as being a Camp. This has been a British Fort it stands on the side of a hill &c. and the nature of the contour or lie of the ground did not admit of a ditch or fosse being made.
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OS1/10/48/115 WOODY HILL Woody Hill Woody Hill Woody Hill Mr. John Bell farmer Mr. John Graham farmer Mr. William Reed, Shoemaker of Bankhill 051 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.E. [North East] from Mosshead A hill feature on the farm of Tundergarth the altitude less than 1000 ft. [feet] from Sea-level. It is said there was a gallows erected here in former times but even this tradition cannot now be well substantiated except by old tales
OS1/10/48/115 HAYHILL Hayhill Hayhill Hayhill Mr. William Reed, Mr. John Bell, Mr. John Graham, 051 [Situation] 32 Chains N.E. by N. [North East by North] from Mosshead. A cottage and garden occupied by a laboring man, once a farm toun. This name is well known in the vicinity.
OS1/10/48/115 [Page] 115 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.7 Trace 2 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
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OS1/10/48/117 GIMMENBIE BURN Gimminbie Burn Gimminbie Burn Gimminbie Burn Gimmonbie Burn Gimmenbie Burn Gimmenbie Burn Gimmenbie Burn Other modes Mr. William Farish Mr. James Bell Mr. C. Carruthers Mr. Johnstone of Gibson William Graham Esqr., Hoddom James Dickson Hoddom Thomas Johnstone Hoddom See Name Book Page 3 of Hoddom 051 [Situation] On the Sn. [Southern] Parish Boundary A short tiny brook formed by the junction of head rills on the north side of Birrensworkhill It runs in a S.W. [South West] direction and falls into the Milk Water.
OS1/10/48/117 [Page] 117 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.7 Trace 4 [Signed] M. Donohue 3rd Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/118 OXWHITE Oxwhite Oxwhite Oxwhite Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. Robert Jardine farmer, Mr. C. Carruthers farmer, 051 [Situation] Nearly 1 mile S.E.E. [South East East] from Mosshead. A dwelling house and outbuildings with a small farm of land attached
OS1/10/48/118 MEG'S MOSS Meg's Moss Meg's Moss Meg's Moss Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. Robert Jardine farmer Mr. William Farish farmer 051 [Situation] 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] from Mosshead. A small tract of peat moss now nearly exhausted, a right of Turbary. It is an old established name, well known in the district
OS1/10/48/118 [Page] 118 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.7 Trace 6 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/119 HAZELBERRY Hazelberry Hazelberry Hazelberry Hazelberry Revd. [Reverend] R Sanders Mr. William Reid farmer Mr. James Carruthers Johnston's Co. [County] Map 051 [Situation] In SWn. [South Western] Parish district. A dwelling house, offices and farm.
OS1/10/48/119 HAZELBERRY HILL Hazelberry Hill Hazelberry Hill Hazelberry Hill Hazelberry Hill Mr William Reid Mr. James Carruthers Revd. [Reverend] R Sanders Johnston's Co. [County] Map 051 [Situation] 1/4 mile E. [East] from Hazelberry. A hill feature on the farm of Hazelberry less than 1000 ft. [feet] in altitude.
OS1/10/48/119 [Page] 119 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.8 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Donohue
OS1/10/48/120 SHAWHILL Shawhill Shawhill Shawhill Revd. [Reverend] R Sanders Richard Bell farmer Mr. William Reid farmer 051 [Situation] 1/2 mile E. [East] from Hazelberry. A farm house with a farm of 26 acres of land attached
OS1/10/48/120 BURNHEAD BURN Burnhead Burn Burnhead Burn Burnhead Burn Revd. [Reverend] R. Sanders Mr. Richard Carruthers Mr. John Carruthers 051 [Situation] 1/2 mile N.E. [North East] from Hazelberry. For description See Plan 51.4 Trace 4.
OS1/10/48/120 [Page] 120 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.8 Trace 2 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/121 POWHAFFET HILL Powhaffet Hill Powhaffet Hill Powhaffet Hill Mr. John Swan of Whitestonehill Mr. Robert Howatson Shepherd Mr. John Richardson 051 [Situation] 1 mile N.E. [North East] from Hazelberry A considerable hill feature on the lands of Wyliehole the altitude less than 1000 ft. [feet].
OS1/10/48/121 [Page] 121 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.8 Trace 3 [Signed] M. Donohue 2nd March 1857
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OS1/10/48/123 GIMMENBIE BURN Gimminbie Burn Gimminbie Burn Gimmonbie Burn Gimmenbie Burn Mr. William Farish, farmer Mr. James Bell, farmer Mr. Johnstone of Gibson See Page 117. 051 [Situation] On Sn. [Southern] Parish Boundary. A short tiny brook, farmed from the gatherings of several, small head rills, on the North of Birrenswork-hill It runs in a S.W. [South West] direction, & falls into the Milk Water, for a considerable distance it forms the By. [Boundary] between Tundergarth & Hoddam Phs. [Parishes].
OS1/10/48/123 DOOKERS POOL Dookers Pool Dookers Pool Dookers Pool J. Jardine J. Murray J. Jamieson 051 [Situation] In Water of Milk A deep eddying pool in the Water of Milk.
OS1/10/48/123 KATIE'S POOL Katey's Pool Katey's Pool Katie's Pool Mr. James Bell farmer, Mr. William Farish, farmer Mr. William Jardine farmer, 051 [Situation] In Water of Milk. A small, but deep pool in the Milk Water, the name is established from time immemorial. Katey, an abbreviare of the name Catharine.
OS1/10/48/123 GIMMENBIECLEUCH BRIDGE Gimminbiecleugh Bridge Gimminbiecleugh Bridge Gimminbiecleugh Bridge Mr. James Bell (farmer) Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. William Farish farmer 051 [Situation] Over Gimminbie Burn. A stone bridge of one arch, across Gimminbie Burn, on the Ph. [Parish] road leading through Tundergarth, & Hoddam.
OS1/10/48/123 [Page] 123 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.10 [Signed] M. Donohue 3rd. Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/124 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY Caledonian Railway Caledonian Railway Caledonian Railway Mr. Archibald Gibson, Secy. [Secretary] Table of byelaws at Lockerbie Stan. [Station] Bradshaw's Map of British Railways 051 [Situation] In S.Wn. [South Western] Parish district One of the principal lines of R.way [Railway] in Scotland, extends from Edinburgh to Carlisle, consists of a double line of Rails. The traffic on it is considerable.
OS1/10/48/124 WATER OF MILK Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Milk Water Water of Milk Black's Map of Dumfries-shire Grose's Antiquities of Scotland Webster's Topographical Dicy. [Dictionary] Mr. Johnstone Gibson Mr. George Jamieson farmer 035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On Wn. [Western] Parish Boundary. A rivulet which has its rise in the N.E. [North East] extremity of Tundergarth Ph. [Parish] & runs nearly a S.W. [South West] course, and forms a confluence with the River Annan. Some of the peasantry of the district name it Water of Milk, several [--] authenticated documents, Maps, History name it Milk Water, which seems to be the right name.
OS1/10/48/124 [Page] 124 Parish of Tundergarth --Plan 51.10 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 3rd. 1857
OS1/10/48/125 GIBSONHILL Gibsonhill Gibsonhill Gibsonhill Mr. Johnstone of Gibson Mr. Robert Jardine Mr. James Bell 051 [Situation] At the N.W. [North West] Corner of this Plan. A cottage and garden on the farm of Outer Gibson Occupied by a laborer. The name is long established.
OS1/10/48/125 ROMAN ROAD Roman Road See Page 111, for Authorities &c.
OS1/10/48/125 [Page] 125 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.11 Trace 1 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 1857
OS1/10/48/126 GIMMENBIE BURN Gimminbie Burn Gimminbie Burn Gimmonbie Burn Gimmenbie Burn William Farish, farmer James Bell, farmer Mr. Johnstone of Gibsonstown See Page 117. 051 [Situation] On Sn. [Southern] Parish Boundary. A short tiny brook, formed by the junction of small head-rills, on the North of Birrensworkhill, it runs in a S.W. [South West] direction, and falls into Milk Water. For a considerable distance it forms the By. [Boundary] between this Ph. [Parish] and Hoddam. It derives its name from the adjoining farm-town.
OS1/10/48/126 [Page] 126 Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.11 Trace 2 [Signed] M. Donohue Febr. [February] 3rd 1857 [Signed] R. Stotherd Capt. R.E. [Captain Royal Engineers] 30th April 1857.
OS1/10/48/127 [Page] 127 OS1/10/48 CO. [COUNTY] DUMFRIES TUNDERGARTH Scale 25.344. PLANS -- Pages 35 -- 14 -- 3, 4 35 -- 15 -- 5, 6 44 -- 2 -- 7, 10 44 -- 3 -- 11, 16 44 -- 5 -- 17, 18 44 -- 6 -- 19, 24 44 -- 7 -- 25, 30 44 -- 9 -- 31, 32 44 -- 10 -- 33, 40 44 -- 11 -- 41, 44 43 -- 15 -- 45, 46 43 -- 16 -- 47, 50 44 -- 13 -- 51, 62 44 -- 14 -- 63, 72 44 -- 15 -- 63, 72 51 -- 2 -- 73, 74 51 -- 3 -- 75, 90 51 -- 4 -- 91, 98 52 -- 1 -- 99, 102 52 -- 2 -- 103, 106 51 -- 6 -- 107, 110 51 -- 7 -- 111, 118 51 -- 8 -- 119, 122 52 -- 5 -- 119, 122 51 -- 10 -- 123, 124 51 -- 11 -- 125, 126 26 Plans [Stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE SOUTHAMPTON 15 MAR. [MARCH] 1898
OS1/10/48/128 [Page] 128 INDEX Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 44/10 -- Ashycleugh Burn -- 33 44/10 -- Alton Hill -- 35 44/6, 44/10 -- Blackstan Burn -- 24, 33 44/7 -- Black Sike -- 28 44/7 -- Belt Hill -- 30 44/10 -- Blackstan Moss -- 36 44/10 -- Blackstan Hill -- 36 44/11 -- Burnt Hill -- 43 44/13 -- Bogley Cleugh -- 51 44/13 -- Benjie's Well -- 52 44/13 -- Back Cleugh -- 57 44/13, 52/1 -- Back Burn -- 58, 100 44/13, 44/14, 52/2 -- Black Grain -- 60, 68, 104 44/14 -- Bankhouses -- 69 44/14 -- Birkies Cleugh -- 70 44/14 -- Birkies Sike -- 70 51/3 -- Blue Eel Pool -- 81 51/4 -- Burnbrae -- 91 51/4 -- Banks -- 91 51/4 -- Bankshill -- 92 51/4 -- Burnhead -- 95 51/4, 51/8 -- Burnhead Burn -- 96, 120 51/4 -- Burnhead Cottage -- 96 51/6 -- Bogside -- 108 44/2 -- Carling Sike -- 8 44/3, 44/7 -- Cheese Burn -- 14, 25 51/3 -- Castle -- 87 44/3 -- Calkin Hill -- 15 44/6 -- Capel Burn -- 19 44/6 -- Capelfoot -- 22 44/6 -- Carhead -- 22 44/7 -- Cairn Knowe -- 25 44/7 -- Cutty Sike -- 26 44/7, 44/11 -- Coom Burn -- 28, 42 44/10 -- Craighousesteads Hill -- 34 44/10 -- Cadgill Burn -- 37 44/13 -- Castle Knowe -- 54 44/14 -- Crawthwaite Hill -- 64 44/14 -- Crawthwaite -- 64 44/14 -- Crummies Cleugh -- 65 44/14 -- Crawthwaite Cottage -- 69 51/3 -- Castlehill -- 75 51/3 -- Church -- 86 51/3 -- Castlehill Green -- 89 51/4 -- Cleughheads -- 94 51/4 -- Cout's Cleugh -- 98 51/6, 51/10 -- Caledonian Railway -- 107, 124 51/7 -- Courstein -- 112 51/7 -- Cairn Hill -- 114 44/3 -- Dod Hill -- 11 44/10, 44/14 -- Dalbate Burn -- 40, 65 44/13 -- Druidical Circle -- 56 44/14 -- Dassfauld -- 63 44/14 -- Dalbate -- 71 51/3 -- Danie's Knowe -- 83 51/3 -- Dancers Knowe -- 86 51/3 -- Dormont Knowe -- 87 51/6 -- Dicksonstown -- 110 51/11 -- Dookers Pool -- 123 35/14 -- Eldery Knowe -- 3 44/3 -- Ewe Hill -- 15 44/3 -- Friar Edge -- 11 44/6, 44/10, 44/11, 43/16, 44/14, 51/3, 51/7 -- Forts -- 20, 21, 34, 38, 42, 48, 63, 69, 70, 77, 114 44/13 -- Fore Burn -- 58 51/3 -- Foulraw -- 83 44/2, 44/3 -- Glaister Burn -- 7, 11 44/6, 44/10, 44/11 -- Grovegill Burn -- 24, 36, 41 44/10 -- Goat Rigg -- 35 43/16, 51/4 -- Gavins Burn -- 48, 97 44/13, 44/14 -- Grange Burn -- 54, 67 44/13 -- Gardiners Brae -- 57 44/13, 44/14 -- Grange -- 61, 67 44/14 -- Grange Bank -- 67 52/2 -- Grange Fell -- 105 51/6 -- Gibsonstown -- 110 51/7, 51/10, 51/11 -- Gimmenbie Burn -- 117, 123, 126 51/10 -- Gimmenbiecleugh Bridge -- 123 51/11 -- Gibsonhill -- 125 35/14, 35/15 -- Hare Sike -- 3, 5 44/7 -- Hen Hill -- 27 44/7, 44/11 -- Haggie Hill -- 30, 43 44/10 -- Haggies Brae -- 39 51/3 -- Hallbank -- 84 51/4 -- Hallmeadow -- 92 51/7 -- Hayhill -- 115 51/8 -- Hazelberry -- 119 51/8 -- Hazelberry Hill -- 119 44/14 -- Kirk Burn -- 66 51/3 -- Katie's Knowe -- 84 51/10 -- Katie's Pool -- 123 44/13 -- Lairdholm Burn -- 52 44/13 -- Lairdholm -- 53 44/13 -- Linnhall -- 58 44/14 -- Long Cleugh -- 66 51/7 -- Lochhead -- 113 44/9 -- Milton -- 31 44/10 -- Mid Hill -- 40 44/13 -- Milkside Cottage -- 54 44/13 -- Mungos-stone -- 59 44/13, 52/1 -- Marloch -- 55, 99 51/3 -- Manse -- 79 51/3 -- Moat Pool -- 85 51/3 -- Moat -- 85
OS1/10/48/129 [Page] 129 INDEX Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 51/7 -- Mosshead -- 113 51/7 -- Meg's Moss -- 118 44/2 -- Newland Cleugh -- 9 44/5 -- North Craighousesteads -- 17 44/6 -- Newlandhill -- 20 44/6 -- Newland Hill -- 21 44/9 -- Newhall -- 32 44/10, 44/14 -- Newhall Hill -- 38, 63 51/2 -- Norwestwood -- 73 51/3 -- Northburn --75 51/6 -- Outer Gibsontown -- 108 51/7 -- Oxwhite -- 118 35/15 -- Plea Moss -- 5 35/15 -- Pleamoss Hill -- 5 44/2 -- Percy Hill -- 9 44/2 -- Percy Cleugh -- 9 44/6 -- Pike Knowe -- 23 44/7 -- Papert Hill -- 28 44/9. 44/10 -- Priestbutts Burn -- 31, 33 44/10 -- Percebyhall -- 34 44/10 -- Perceby Hill -- 35 44/10 -- Priestbuttsburn -- 37 44/10 -- Priestbutts -- 37 44/10 -- Priestbutts Moss -- 40 44/11 -- Papert Sike -- 41 43/16 -- Pennyholm Pool -- 47 44/13 -- Pewland -- 53 44/13, 52/1 -- Peat Sike -- 60, 101 51/3, 51/4 -- Perceiving Burn -- 76, 91 51/3 -- Perceivingburn Bridge -- 76 51/3 -- Pisgah Hill -- 79 51/3 -- Pots Pool -- 84 52/1 -- Peat Hill -- 101 51/8 -- Powhaffet Hill -- 121 44/7 -- Robgill Knowes -- 26 44/7 -- Robgill Burn -- 26 44/13 -- Ravens Hill -- 60 51/2 -- Rumble Pool -- 73 51/7, 51/11 -- Roman Road -- 111, 125 44/3, 44/7 -- Seevie Sike -- 13, 25 44/5 -- South Craighousesteads -- 17 44/13, 52/1 -- Stand Burn -- 55, 99 44/13 -- Standburnhouse -- 55 44/13 -- Seven Brethren -- 56 51/3 -- Southburn -- 75 51/3, 51/7 -- Staney Beck -- 79, 112 51/3 -- Scrogs -- 80 51/3 -- Scrogs Bridge -- 80 51/3 -- Shaw -- 83 51/4 -- School -- 92 51/6 -- Scalehill -- 108 51/8 -- Shawhill-- 120 44/10, 44/14 -- Tankers Gill -- 40, 65 44/14, 52/2 -- Tath Cleugh -- 67, 103 51/3 -- Tumulus -- 76 51/3 -- Tundergarth -- 76 51/3 -- Tom's Burn -- 89 35/14, 44/2, 44/3, 44/6, 44/9, 43/15, 43/16, 44/13, 51/2, 51/6, 51/10 -- Water of Milk -- 4, 7, 17, 19, 31, 45, 45, 50, 51, 74, 107, 124 44/3 -- Ward Hill -- 14 43/16 -- Whitestonehill -- 47 43/16 -- Whitestone Hill -- 48 43/16 -- Wyliehole -- 50 44/13 -- Whiteholm Rigg -- 86 52/2 -- Water Beck -- 103 51/6 -- Westwood -- 109 51/7 -- Woody Hill -- 115