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Dumfriesshire volume 52

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OS1/10/52/1 [Page] 1 INDEX PARISH OF WESTERKIRK SHEET 19.No. 13. SHEET 27. 1,2,5,6,9,10,11,13,&14. Names of Objects -- Pages Parish of Westerkirk Antimony mines -- 23, Byre Rig -- 5, Black Burn Head -- 10, 15, 19, Black Burn Shank -- 14, Brax Sike -- 14, Black Burn -- 18. Black Sike -- 22, Buskie Knowe -- 9, 13, Cat Sike -- 4, 6 Cat Rig -- 7, Caple Rig -- 19, 26 Causeway Grain -- 19, 27. Causeway Grain Head -- 20, Corbie Shank -- 20. 27, Corbie Sike -- 20, 27, Corlaw Burn -- 17, 21, Corlaw -- 21, Dog Sike -- 6, Dod Sike -- 22, 27, Dod Fell -- 22, 27, Eweslies Knowe -- 4-6, Ewesdown Fell -- 10. 11. Effgill Hope -- 31, Faw Side -- 20, 28, 34 Faw Side Burn -- 28, Greensikes -- 8, Grey Hill -- 21, 30, Glenshanna Burn -- 21, Glenshanna Knowes -- 21, Glencat Sike -- 30. Glenskeil Burn -- 31 Gilbert Gill -- 35, Haregrain Burn -- 13, 23, Haregrain Rig -- 13, Kirk Cleuch -- 5, 6, Loath Sike -- 5, Loath Knowe -- 4, 5. Lowerdod Righ -- 29. Latha Sike -- 29. Mirk Sike -- 7, Mid Knowe -- 9, 14, Muckle Knowe -- 18. 21, Munshiel Hill -- 23. 29 Mid Rig -- 30, Megdake Hill -- 31, Murder Gill Shank -- 33, Murder Gill -- 31, 35 North Sike -- 17, Peat Rig -- 25, 36, 32 Ringle Shank -- 27, 33, Redcar Sike -- 30, Ringle Burn -- 34, South Grain Sike -- 4, 5, Slunk Knowe -- 9, Stennes Water -- 26, 32, 33 Tod Sike -- 23, Trough Hope --29. Upper Steswater -- 33,
OS1/10/52/2 [Page] 2 Name of Objects -- Page Woodbies Fell -- 10 Woodbies Site -- 10. 14 White Hope Edge -- 19.22.25 White Hope Burn -- 27.33 Yellow Sike -- 19 .27. Yellow Sike Rig -- 19.27
OS1/10/52/3 WESTERKIRK Parish of Westerkirk Parish of Westerkirk Parish of Westerkirk Parish of Westerkirk Parish of Westerkirk Johnston's County Map New Statistical Account Old Statistical Account Fullarton's Gazetteer Oliver & Boyd's Almanac &c &c &c
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OS1/10/52/4 [Page] 4 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 19.13 Eweslees Knowe - See Page 6 of this Book South Grain Pike - See following Page. Loath Knowe - See following Page. Cat Sike - See Page 6 of this Book.
OS1/10/52/5 LOATH SIKE Loath Syke Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning. James Anderson. Shepherd Glensykes. 027 [Situation] East Side of Byre Rig A small stream which rises between Byre Rig and Loath Knowes and flows in a Southerly direction until it joins a stream which runs through Kirk Cleugh.
OS1/10/52/5 BYRE RIG Byre Rig See Name Sheet 26-4
OS1/10/52/5 SOUTH GRAIN PIKE South Grain Pike South Grain Pike Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning James Anderson Shepherd Glensykes 018; 019; 026 [Situation] Immediately West of Loath Knowe A heathy Eminence Situated to the west of Loath Knowe
OS1/10/52/5 LOATH KNOWE Loath Knowe Loath Knowe Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning James Anderson Shepherd Glensykes 027 [Situation] Immediately East of South Grain Pike A heathy Knoll Situated to the East of Southgrain Pike
OS1/10/52/5 [Page] 5 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 1 Trace 1 [Entry Scored Out] Kirk Church [note] see following page
OS1/10/52/6 CAT SIKE Cat Syke James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes. Thomas Anderson Shepherd. Glendinning. 019; 027 [Situation] East side of Useless Hill A Stream which rises between Useless Hill and Cat Rig and flows in a Southerly direction until it joins Mirk Syke.
OS1/10/52/6 KIRK CLEUCH Kirk Cleugh James Anderson. Shepherd. Greensykes Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning. 027 [Situation] South of Useless Hill A large hollow between Haregrain Rig and Kirkcleugh Rig, on the farm of Glendinning. Through it runs a large stream formed by the streams Cat Syke and Mirk Syke.
OS1/10/52/6 DOG SIKE Dog Syke James Anderson. Thomas Anderson. 027 [Situation] Flows into Kirk Cleuch. A small stream which rises between Useless Hill and Loath Knowes and flows South until it joins a small stream which runs through Kirk Cleugh.
OS1/10/52/6 EWESLEES KNOWE Useless Hill Useless Hill Eweslees Knowe Eweslees Knowe Eweslees Knowe Thomas Anderson James Anderson J. Hastie J. Elliott Langholm J. Connel Esqre 019; 027 [Situation] North of Kirk Cleuch. An Eminence Covered with rough pasture, Situated to the north of Kirk Cleugh
OS1/10/52/6 [Page] 6 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 1 Trace 2
OS1/10/52/7 MIRK SIKE Mirk Syke James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 027 [Situation] Flows 10 Chains South of Useless Hill A small stream which rises at the base of Ewesdown Fell and flows in a Westerly direction until it joins Cat Syke.
OS1/10/52/7 CAT RIG Cat Rig James Anderson Shepherd. Greensykes. Thomas Anderson. Shepherd. Glendinning 027 [Situation] East side of Useless Hill A ridge on the farm of Glendinning situated East of Cat Syke, the surface of which is Rough and Heathy pasture. The property of Sir Frederick Johnston Bart. [Baronet] of Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/7 [Page] 7 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 1 Trace 3
OS1/10/52/8 GREENSIKES Greensykes James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes. Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning. 026 [Situation] About 3/4 of a mile S.W. [South West] of Slunk Knowe A commodious cottage one story high in good repair with vegetable garden attached;l situated at the foot of Loath Syke, on the farm of Glendinning occupied by James Anderson Shepherd. The property of Sir Frederick Johnston Bart [Baronet] of Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/8 [Page] 8 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 1 Trace 4
OS1/10/52/9 SLUNK KNOWE Slunk Knowe James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes. Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 027 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] of Woodbies Fell A small Knowe on the North East of Rustie Knowe on the farm of Glendinning the surface of which is Heathy Pasture. Proprietor Sir Frederick Johnston Bart. [Baronet] of Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/9 MID KNOWE Mid Knowe James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes. Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning. 027 [Situation] About 26 Chains South of Slunk Knowe A small eminence situated East of Woodbie's Syke on the farm of Glendinning the surface of which is Rough and Heathy Pasture. The property of Sir Frederick Johnston of Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/9 BUSKIE KNOWE Buskie Knowe See Name Sheet 27 No 5
OS1/10/52/9 [Page] 9 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 1 Trace 5
OS1/10/52/10 WOODBIES FELL Woodbies Fell James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 027 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile East of Slunk Knowe. A large eminence situated North of Blackburn Head over which runs an undefined Boundary which divides Roxburghshire from Dumfries it is on the farm of Glendinning the surface of which is Heathy Pasture. Proprietor Sir Frederick Johnston Bart [Baronet] of Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/10 EWESDOWN FELL Ewesdown Fell See Name Sheet 27 No 2
OS1/10/52/10 BLACK BURN HEAD Black Burn Head See Name Sheet 27 No 5
OS1/10/52/10 WOODBIES SIKE Woodbies Sike See Page 14 of this Book.
OS1/10/52/10 [Page] 10 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 1 Trace 6
OS1/10/52/11 EWESDOWN FELL Ewesdown Fell James Anderson Shepherd Greensykes Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning. 27 [Situation] Immediately N.W. [North West] of Woodbies Fell. An eminence situated North of Woodbies Fell on the farm of Glendinning the surface of which is Heathy Pasture. The property of Sir Frederick Johnston of Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/11 [Page] 11 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No. 2 Trace 1 [Entry Crossed out] Woodbies Sike [note] see page 10
OS1/10/52/12 [Page] 12 [Blank Page]
OS1/10/52/13 BUSKIE KNOWE Rustic Knowe Rustic Knowe Buskie Knowe Buskie Knowe Buskie Knowe Michael Anderson Shepherd Glendinning Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning J. Hastie J. Elliott J. Connell Esqre 026; 027 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] of Black Burn Shank. A considerable hill on the Farm of Glendinning the surface of which is partly covered with rough & partly heathy pasture, A Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station stands upon its summit. proprietor Sir F. Johnston Bart. [Baronet] Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/13 HAREGRAIN BURN Haregrain Burn Haregrain Burn Michael Anderson Shepherd Glendinning Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 026; 027 [Situation] West side of Black Burn Shank. This Stream begins at the junction of Woodbie Syke & Brax Syke and flows in a S.W. [South West] direction to its junction with Megget Water 33 Chains N.E. [North East] of Glendinning
OS1/10/52/13 HAREGRAIN RIG Haregrain Rig See Name Sheet 26 No 8
OS1/10/52/13 [Page] 13 Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 5 Trace 1
OS1/10/52/14 BLACK BURN SHANK Black Burn Shank Michael Anderon Shepherd Glendinning Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 027 [Situation] 1/2 Mile East by South of Rust Knowe. A large hill on the Farm of Glendinning the surface of which is covered with rough pasture, it is bounded on the North by Brax Syke and on the South by Black Burn. proprietor Sir Frederick Johnston Bart [Baronet] Westerhall
OS1/10/52/14 WOODBIES SIKE Woodbies Syke Michael Anderson Thomas Anderson 027 [Situation] East Side of Rust Knowe. A small rivulet which rises out of middle Knowe and flows in a southerly direction untill its junction with Brax Syke. from which it takes its the name of Haregrain Burn and flows in a southerly direction till it joins Kirkcleugh.
OS1/10/52/14 BRAX SIKE Brax Syke Michael Anderson Thomas Anderson 027 [Situation] Flows 1/2 Mile S.E. [South East] of Black Burn Head. A small rivulet which rises out of Blackburn Head and flows in a Westerly direction untill it joins Woodbies Syke.
OS1/10/52/14 MID KNOWE Mid Knowe See Name Sheet 27 No. 1
OS1/10/52/14 [Page] 14 Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No. 5 Trace 2
OS1/10/52/15 BLACK BURN HEAD Black Burn Head Michael Anderson Shepherd Glendinning Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 027 [Situation] 1/2 Mile N.E. [North East] of Muckle Knowe A large & conspicuous hill on the Glendinning Farm. with a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station on its highest point the surface of which is covered with heathy pasture. An undefined boundary runs along its summit which separates the Co.s [Counties] pf Dumfries & Roxburghshire, proprietor Sir Frederick Johnston, Bart. [Baronet] Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/15 [Page] 15 Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 5 Trace 3
OS1/10/52/16 [Page] 16 [Blank Page]
OS1/10/52/17 NORTH SIKE North Syke Michael Anderson Shepherd Glendinning Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 027 [Situation] Flows on E [East] Side of Muckle Knowe. A small rivulet which rises out of Corlaw Brax. amd flows in a southerly direction till it joins Brax Syke from which junction it takes the name of Corlaw Burn and flows ina Southerly direction till it joins Haregrain Burn
OS1/10/52/17 CORLAW BURN Corlaw Burn 027 See Name Sheet for Plan 27.9 Page 21.
OS1/10/52/17 [Page] 17 Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 5 Trace 6 [Entry Crossed Out] Brax Sike [note] Cancel
OS1/10/52/18 BLACK BURN Black Burn Michael Anderson Shepherd Glendinning Thomas Anderson Shepherd Glendinning 027 [Situation] Flows on E [East] Side of Black Burn Shank. A small burn rising out of Blackburn Head and flowing in a Westerly direction untill it joins Haregrain Burn. It is bounded on the north by Blackburn shank & on the South by Muckle Knowe.
OS1/10/52/18 MUCKLE KNOWE Muckle Knowe Michael Anderson Thomas Anderson 027 [Situation] A.E. [South East] of Black Burn Shank. A large hill on the Glendinning Farm. The surface of which is covered with rough pasture and a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station stands upon its Summit. proprietor Sir Frederick Johnston Bart [Baronet] Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/18 [Page] 18 Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 5 Trace 5
OS1/10/52/19 YELLOW SIKE Yellow Syke James Pringle, Shepherd Upper Stenshwater George Lunn, Shepherd, Nether Stanishwater. 027 [Situation] Flows on West Side of Yellow Sike Rig A small stream which rises between Whitehope Edge and Yellow syke Rig and flows in a South Easterly direction until it joins Stanish Water
OS1/10/52/19 YELLOW SIKE RIG Yellowsyke Rig James Pringle Shepherd George Lunn 027 [Situation] ½ Mile S.W. [South West] of Causeway Grain Head A small eminence South of Causewaygrain Head, on the farm of Upper Stanishwater, the surface of which is Heathy Pasture. The property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/52/19 CAPLE RIG Caple Rig See Name Sheet 27 No 10
OS1/10/52/19 CAUSEWAY GRAIN Causeway Grain James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] East Side of Yellow Sike Rig A stream which rises between Corbie Shank and Causewaygrain Head and flows South west until it joins with Corbie Syke and forms Stanish Water.
OS1/10/52/19 BLACK BURN HEAD Black Burn Head See Page 15.
OS1/10/52/19 WHITE HOPE EDGE White Hope Edge James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] West Side of Yellow Syke Rig. A high ridge on the Northern boundary of the Parish of Westerkirk.
OS1/10/52/19 [Page] 19 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No. 6 Trace 2
OS1/10/52/20 CAUSEWAY GRAIN HEAD Causeway Grain Head James Pringle Shepherd George Lunn Shepherd 027 [Situation] About 30 Chains N.W. [North West] of Corbie Shank A large eminence over which divides Westerkirk from Esdalemuir, Situated North of Corbie Shank on the farm of Upper Stanishwater. The surface of which is Heathy Pasture.
OS1/10/52/20 CORBIE SHANK Corbie Shank James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] About 30 Chains S.E. [South East] of Causeway Grain Head A ridge South of Causewaygrain Head on the farm of Upper Stanishwater. The surface of which is Heathy Pasture.
OS1/10/52/20 CORBIE SIKE Corbie Syke James Pringle George Lunn. 027 [Situation] Flows S.W. [South West] from Corbie Shank A small stream which rises between Fawside and Corbie Shank and flows South west until it joins Stanish Water
OS1/10/52/20 FAW SIDE Faw Side Faw Side James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] 20 Chains S.E. [South East] of Corbie Shank. The Side of An Eminence Situated to the East of Caple Rig.
OS1/10/52/20 [Page] 20 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No. 6 Trace 3 & 27.7
OS1/10/52/21 GREY HILL Grey Hill John Elliot Corlaw (old) Alexander Dalgliesh Glandinning 027 [Situation] 1/2 Mile N by W [North by West] of Dod Fell Applies to a hill covered with rough pasture. It stands on the farm of Glendinning and is the property of Mr. Johnston, Westerhall, Westerkirk.
OS1/10/52/21 GLENSHANNA BURN Glenshanna Burn John Elliot Alexander Dalgliesh 027 [Situation] Flows 1/2 mile S.W. [South West] of Grey Hill A Stream rising out of the West Side of "Dod Fell" and flowing in a westerly direction into "Megget Water"
OS1/10/52/21 CORLAW BURN Corlaw Burn John Elliot Alexander Dalgliesh 026; 027 [Situation] Flows 26 Chains N.W. [North West] of Grey Hill Is a rappid stream rising out of the N. [North] side of "Dod Fell" And And flowing in a westerly direction into "Megget Water" at Glendinning.
OS1/10/52/21 GLENSHANNA KNOWES Glenshanna Knowes 026 See Name Sheet 26 No 12
OS1/10/52/21 CORLAW Corlaw (New) Corlaw (new) John Elliot Alexander Dalgliesh 027 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile N. [North] of Grey Hill Is a neat Cottage on the farm of "Glendinning'" It is a new building one story high and slated, unoccupied at present, the property of Mr. Johnston Westerhall, Westerkirk.
OS1/10/52/21 MUCKLE KNOWE Muckle Knowe 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 5
OS1/10/52/21 [Page] 21 Sheet 27 No. 9 -- Westerkirk Ph. [Parish]
OS1/10/52/22 DOD SIKE Dod Syke John Elliot Courlaw (Old) Alexander Dalgliesh Glendinning 027 [Situation] Flows 1/4 Mile E. [East] from Dod Fell A Small Stream rising out of Dod Fell flows S.E. [South East] to White-Hope Burn.
OS1/10/52/22 DOD FELL Dod Fell John Elliot Alexander Dalgliesh 027 [Situation] About `1/2 Mile S.E. [South East of Grey-Hill. Is applied to a Considerable hill on the farm of "Glendinning" It is covered with heathy pasture and has a trigl. [trigonometrical] Station on the Summit. the property of Mr Johnston Westerhall Westerkirk
OS1/10/52/22 BLACK SIKE Black Syke John Elliot Alexander Dalgliesh 027 [Situation] Flows 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] of Dod Fell A small Stream rising on the West Side of "Dod Fell" flows on a Westerly direction to Courlaw Burn.
OS1/10/52/22 WHITE HOPE EDGE White Hope Edge 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 6
OS1/10/52/22 [Page] 22 Sheet 27 No 9 -- Westerkirk Ph. [Parish]
OS1/10/52/23 MUNSHIELL HLL Munshiel Hill 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 13
OS1/10/52/23 ANTIMONY MINES (Disused) [Grey Hill] Antimony Mines (Disused) Antimony Mines (Disused) Mr John Elliot Courlae Alexander Dalgliesh Glendinning 027 [Situation] 1/2 Mile S.W. [South West] of Grey Hill Two Mines in which Antimony was formerly wrought. In Consequence of the working proving unprofitable the Scheme was Abandoned Some years ago. They are Situated on the Estate of Westerhall.
OS1/10/52/23 TOD SIKE Tod Sike Tod Sike Mr John Elliot Alexander Dalgliesh 026; 027 [Situation] Flows S.W. [South West] of Grey Hill A small Stream which rises South of Glenshanna Knowe and flows in a S.W. [South West] direction to its junction with Glenshanna Burn.
OS1/10/52/23 HAREGRAIN BURN Hairegrain Burn See Page 13 of this Book
OS1/10/52/23 [Page] 23 [Sheet] 27 No. 9
OS1/10/52/24 [Page] 24 [Blank Page]
OS1/10/52/25 PEAT RIG Peat Rig James Pringle Stanish Water George Lunn Stanish Water 027; 036 [Situation] About 1 Mile N.W. [North West] of Faw Side A long and somewhat irreguarly shaped hill lying on the West side of Stanish Water and belonging to the farm of 'Stanish Water' the Surface of which is heathy pasture and on its Summit Stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station.
OS1/10/52/25 WHITE HOPE EDGE White Hope Edge James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] About 1 1/2 Miles N.W. [North West] of Faw Side. A hill on the Farm of 'Upper Stanish Water' and Glendinning covered with heath, An undefined Boundary seperating the Parish of Eskdalemuir & Westerkirk passes over this hill and on its Summit is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station
OS1/10/52/25 [Page] 25 Westerkirk Parish Sheet 27 No. 10 Trace 1
OS1/10/52/26 CAPLE RIG Caple Rig James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] 36 Chains East of Peat Rig. A hill on the farm of "Upper Stanish Water" covered with rough pasture. It is Situate on the East Side of Stanish Water and on the West of 2Faw Side" and is the property of the Duke of Buccleuch.
OS1/10/52/26 STENNIES UPPER WATER Upper Stennis Water Upper Stennis Water Stennis Water Stennis Water Stennies Water Stennies Water Stennies Water James Pringle George Lunn John Pringle Shepherd Upper Stennies Water Johnston's Co. [County] Map New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] J. Elliott J. Hastie Mr Bryce. 027 [Situation] West Side of Caple Rig. This name commences from the junction of "Corbies Syke" and "Cawewesgrain Syke" and runs a S.W. [South West] direction till it joins 'Megget Water' at Stanish Water foot.
OS1/10/52/26 [Page] 26 Westerkirk Parish -- Sheet 27 No 10 Trace 2
OS1/10/52/27 WHITE HOPE BURN White Hope Burn White Hope Burn James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] West Side of Peat Rig A stream which rises in the West Side of "Peat Rig" and runs in a South East direction till it joins "Stanish Water" near Upper Stanish Water Shepherds house.
OS1/10/52/27 RINGLE SHANK Ringle Shank 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 14
OS1/10/52/27 YELLOW SIKE RIG Yellow Syke Rig 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 6
OS1/10/52/27 YELLOW SIKE Yellow Syke 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 6
OS1/10/52/27 CAUSEWAY GRAIN Causeway Grain 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 6
OS1/10/52/27 CORBIE SIKE Corbie Sike 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 6
OS1/10/52/27 CORBIE SHANK Corbie Shank 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 6
OS1/10/52/27 DOD FELL Dod Fell 027 See Name Sheet 27 No 9
OS1/10/52/27 DOD SIKE Dod Sike 027 See Page 22
OS1/10/52/27 [Page] 27 Westerkirk Parish -- Sheet 27 No 10 Trace 1-4
OS1/10/52/28 FAW SIDE Faw Side Faw Side James Pringle Upper Stanish Water George Lunn Stanish Water 027 [Situation] 1/2 Mile S.E. [South East] of Caple Rig. An extensive hilly pasture district situate in Westerkirk and Ewes Parish
OS1/10/52/28 FAWSIDE BURN Faw Side Burn Faw Side Burn James Pringle George Lunn 027 [Situation] E. [East] Side of Caple Rig A stream that rises out of the N.W. [North West] Side of "Faw Side Hill" and runs in a S.W. [South West] direction till it joins "Stanish Water" a little above 'Stanish Water' a little above Upper Stanish Water Herds house.
OS1/10/52/28 [Page] 28 Westerkirk Parish Sheet 27 No. 10 Trace 3
OS1/10/52/29 LOWERDOD RIG Lowerdod Rig Alexander Dalgliesh Glendinning. William Jackson Magdale. 027 [Situation] 1/2 Mile N.E. [North East] of Mid Rig An elevated portion of land on the farm of "Upper Stanish Water" It is Covered with rough pasture and on its Summit stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station, The property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/52/29 TROUGH HOPE Trough Hope See Name Sheet 26 No 16
OS1/10/52/29 LATHA SIKE Latha Syke Alexander Dalgliesh William Jackson 027 [Situation] N.E. Side of Lowerdod Rig A Small Stream rising and "Lowerdod Rig" and flowing in an easterly direction into Upper Stennies Water:-"
OS1/10/52/29 MUNSHIEL HILL Munshiel Hill Alexander Dalgliesh William Jackson 027 [Situation] 30 Chains N.W. [North West] of Grey Hill A Cinsiderable hill on the farm of Magdale. It is covered with heathy pasture, and is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh. A trig [trigonometrical] station stands on the top of this hill.
OS1/10/52/29 [Page] 29 Sheet 27 No 13. -- Westerkirk Ph [Parish]
OS1/10/52/30 REDSCAR SIKE Redscar Sike Alexander Dalgliesh Glendinning William Jackson Magdale 027 [Situation] Flows about 1/2 mile N.W. [North West] of Grey Hill Is a Small Stream rising out of the E. [East] Side of "Munshiel" and flows in an Easterly direction into Trough Burn.
OS1/10/52/30 GREY HILL Grey Hill Alexander Dalgliesh William Jackson 027; 036 [Situation] 1/2 Mile S.W. [South West] of Mid Rig Is a hill on the farm of Stannish Water. It is Covered with rough pasture, And is the property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/52/30 GLENCAT SIKE Glencat Syke Alexander Dalgliesh William Jackson 027 [Situation] Flows on E [East] side of Mid Rig. Is applied to a stream rising on the North side of Midrig and flows in an Southerly direction into Upper Stannish Water.
OS1/10/52/30 MID RIG Mid Rig Mid Rig Alexander Dalgliesh William Jackson 027 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile N.E. [North East] of Grey Hill A high ridge on the Effgill farm. It is Covered with rough pasture.
OS1/10/52/30 [Page] 30 Sheet 27 No 13 -- Westerkirk Ph. [Parish]
OS1/10/52/31 GLENKEIL BURN Glenkeil Burn Alexander Dalgliesh Glendinning William Jackson Magdale 027; 036 [Situation] Flows on W [West] Side of Mid Rig A stream rising out of the East side of Midrig and flowing in a Southerly direction into Upper Stannish Water.
OS1/10/52/31 EFFGILL HOPE Effgill Hope Effgill Hope Alexander Dalgliesh William Jackson 027; 036 [Situation] 1/2 Mile West of Mid Rig A glen through which flows stream rising out of "Munshiel Hill" and running in a southerly direction into "Stannish Water'" near Effgill farm house
OS1/10/52/31 MEGDALE HILL Megdale Hill See Name Sheet 35 No 4
OS1/10/52/31 MURDER GILL Murder Gill See Page 35 for Authorities And Description
OS1/10/52/31 [Page] 31 Sheet 27.13 -- Westerkirk Ph. [Parish]
OS1/10/52/32 STENNIES WATER Stennies Water Stennies Water Stennies Water Stennis Water Stennis Water Stennis Water J. Elliott J. Hastie Mr. Bryce Johnston's County Map Crawford's County Map New Statistical Account 027; 036 [Situation] From N En [North Eastern] Parish district S.W. [South West] to River Esk A large Stream which rises at the N. [North] East side of this Parish, flows S. [South] West and falls into the River Esk.
OS1/10/52/32 PEAT RIG Peat Rig 027 See Page 25 for Authorities and description
OS1/10/52/32 [page] 32 Parish of WesterKkirk -- Sheet 27 N0 13 Trace 4 [Entry Cancelled] Munshiel Bush
OS1/10/52/33 UPPER STENNIESWATER Upper Stennieswater James Pringle, Shepherd, Upper Stennieswater George Lunn, Shepherd, Nether Stennieswater 027 [Situation] about 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] of Peat Rig A cottage 2 Stories high in good repair with vegetable garden attached situated west of Stanish Water, on the farm of Upper Stennies Water occupied by James Pringle. The property of the Duke of Buccleugh.
OS1/10/52/33 STENNIES WATER Stennies Water See preceding Page.
OS1/10/52/33 RINGLE SHANK Ringle Shank Ringle Shank James Pringle Shepherd George Lunn Shepherd. 027 [Situation] 25 Chains N. [North] of Mudergill Shank An eminence of a ridge like shape West of Fawside on the farm of Upper Stennieswater The Surface of which is Heathy Pasture.
OS1/10/52/33 MURDER GILL SHANK Murdergill Sahnk James Pringle Shepherd George Lunn Shepherd 027 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile S.W. [South West] of Upper Stennis Water. A small ridge South of Ringle Burn on the farm of Upper Stennieswater. The surface of which is Heathy Pasture.
OS1/10/52/33 WHITE HOPE BURN White Hope Burn See Name Sheet 27 No 10
OS1/10/52/33 [Page] 33 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 14 Trace 1
OS1/10/52/34 RINGLE BURN Ringle Burn James Pringle, Shepherd George Lunn, Shepherd. 027 [Situation] North side of Murdergill Shank A small stream which rises on the west side of Fawside and flows in a westerly direction until it joins Stanish Water a short distance North of Upper Stanishwater.
OS1/10/52/34 FAW SIDE Faw side See Name Sheet 27 No 10
OS1/10/52/34 [Page] 34 Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 14 Trace 2
OS1/10/52/35 MURDER GILL Murder Gill James Pringle, Shepherd George Lunn, Shepherd. 027 [Situation] S. W. [South West] of Murdergill Shank. A glen through which flows a small stream which rises South of Murdergill Shank and flows West until it joins Stanish Water. This stream forms part of the Boundary between two farms called Upper Stennies water and Nether Stennies water.
OS1/10/52/35 GILBERT GILL Gilbert Gill James Pringle Shepherd George Lunn, Shepherd. 027 [Situation] 20 Chains South of Peat Rig A glen through which flows a stream, which rises South of Peat Rig and flows in a South Easterly direction until it joins Stanish Water a short distance South of Nether Stennies water.
OS1/10/52/35 [Page] 35 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk -- Sheet 27 No 14 Trace 3 Murder Gill [note] Name now applied Gilbert Gilll [note] Name now applied
OS1/10/52/36 PEAT RIG Peat Rig James Pringle, Shepherd. George Lunn, Shepherd. 027; 036 [Situation] 25 Chains South of Murdergill Shank A ridge situated North of Gilbert gil on the farm of Nether Stennies water. The surface of which is Rough and Heathy Pasture. The property of the Duke of Buccleugh
OS1/10/52/36 [Page] 36 Ph. [Parish] of Westerkirk Sheet 27 No 14 Trace 4 [signed] N. Scotland Capt. Rl Eng. [Captain Royal Engineers] 31st Augt. [August] 1857
OS1/10/52/37 [Page] 37 [Volume] 52 OS1/10/52 [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY MS.S STORE 15 MAR. [MARCH] 1898 SOUTHAMPTON Name Book of the PARISH OF WESTERKIRK Co. [COUNTY] DUMFRIES. Sheet 19 No. 13 Sheet 27 No. 1,2,5,6,9,10,11,13 & 14 No. 2