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LOWER BURN Lower Burn David Rogerson Leithenhall
Samuel Rogerson Leithenhall
William Bell Leithenhall
025 A small stream that rises on the farm of Leithenhall and joins Wamphray Water at Dabs Cauldron.
Not worth a name, besides [--] it is not a proper name, nor is it [---] known

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122 Parish of Wamphray Sheet 25.13 Trace 2

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Leithenhall situation 12 Chains North North West from the Parish Church

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David Rogerson Esq [Esquire]
Samuel Rogerson Esq[Esquire]
Valuation Roll of the Convenors of Supply on 1667
A farm house and office houses, threshing machine propelled by water and all in good repair

Leithenhall Burn
David Rogerson Esq [Esquire]Leithenhall
Samuel Rogerson Esq [Esquire] Leithenhall
William Bell Leithenhall
A small stream that rises on Craigfield Hill on the farm of Poldean, and runs in a deep [---] through the farm of Leithenhall, until it [---] the Wamphray Water on the west of Wamphray Mill
Leithenhall Burn situation From the junction of runners 24 Chains west from Broadfield Height South to Wamphray Water.

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Lower Burn situation From South West side of Bells Knowe South to Wamphray Water.

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