List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Langside Hill
Langside Hill
John Rogerson Fingland
James Rogerson Fingland
Mr Hamilton Saughtrees
Estate Map 1765
Valuation Roll of the County
034 A hill of uncultivated ground situated, on the farm of Langside.

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Swairlinns Plantation
Swair Linns Plantation
Mr Hamilton Saughtrees
John Rogerson Fingland
Estate Map 1765
Ancient and Modern Valuation Roll of the County by Commissioners of Supply
A young Plantation of fir and oak, closely planted and in a thriving condition., situated on the march betwixt the farms of Saughtrees, end and Langside.
Derives its name from being a Sware or Hillside and some single streams running through which are termed linns.
Swairlinns Plantation situation 1/2 mile South South East from Saughtrees

Langside Hill situation 68 Chains South South East from Saughtrees

Drycleugh Syke
John Rogerson
James Rogerson
Mr Hamilton
A small and shallow stream gathers near Cumstonstaks Plantation, and joins the Back Burn at Horsemanse
Drycleugh Syke situation From 3/4 mile South South East of Blaze Hill, South to Back Burn.

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