List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HIGH KNOWE Hey knowe
Heeich - high
John Rogerson
James Rogerson
Dr[Doctor] Jamiesons Dictionary
034 A little hill of an oval shape situated on the farm of Fingland.
Hey Knowe is high knowe from Anglo Saxon hea - high
STOBBIE'S SLACK Stobbieslack John Rogerson
James Rogerson
034 A hollow or glen situated on the farm of Fingland

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160 Parish of Wamphray Sheet 34.1 Trace 3

Entry for Fiddle Plantation scored out

Back Burn
John Rogerson
James Rogerson
Rises principally on the farm of Fingland and is called Back Burn until it leaves the Parish and enters the farm of Dalmakeddar, after which it is known as Dalmakeddar Burn, until it joins the Annan.

Back Burn situation From Stobbies Slack to River Annan.

Stobbiesslack situation 32 Chains north East from Blaze Hill

Hey Knowe situation 1/2 mile North East by East from Blaze Hill

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