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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLENDINNING BURN Glendinning Burn
Glendinning Burn
Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning
James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes
026 [Situation] Flows ½ mile S.W [South West] of The Leas.
A large Stream which gathers between Glendinning Heights and Millers Meadow and flows in a Southerly direction until it joins Meggett Water a short [distance] West of Glendinning.
MILLERS MEADOW Millers Meadow
Millers Meadow
Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning
James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes
026 [Situation] 25 Chains S.W.[South West] of The Leas.
This name applies to a flat piece of land on the farm of Glendinning the surface of which is rough and heathy pastures.
The property of Sir Frederick Johnstone of Westerhall
GREEN SIKE Green Syke
Green Syke
Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning
James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes
026 [Situation] Flows S.E. [South East] of Millers Meadows. A small stream which gathers on Millers Meadow and flows West untill it joins a Burn which runs through Kirk Cleugh.
GLENDINNING HEIGHTS Glendinning Heights Thomas Anderson Shepherd
James Anderson
026 [Situation] ½ Mile S.W. [South West] of Millers Meadow.
A large heathy ridge Situated on the West of Glendinning Burn. There are several inequalities in this ridge.

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