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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EFFGILL Effgill
Effgill
Effgill
Effgill
Effgill
James Armstrong Effgill
Thomas Little Stanishwaterfoot
J Elliot
J Little Carlesgill
Thomas Little Nether Knock
035 [Situation] 1/2 Mile N. E. [North East[ of Crooks.
A good Farm house two storeys high with suitable offices and a farm of land attached all in good Condition. Occupied by James Armstrong and the property of Sir F. Johnston Bart [Baronet] of Wester Hall
STENNIESWATERFOOT Stennies Waterfoot James Armstrong
Thomas Little
035 [Situation] 26 chains N.W. [North West] of Crooks.
A small Cottage one Story high Slated and in good repair with a vegetable garden and small portion of arable land attached. Situated a little to the North of where the Stanish Water joins the Megget Water, it is occupied by Thomas Little and the property of Sir F. Johnston of Wester Hall.
FORT (Remains of [Crooks] Roman Camp (Remains of) James Armstrong
Thomas Little
035 [Situation] 14 Chains N.E. [North East] of Crooks.
This is the remains of a small Camp or Fort on the Farm of Georgefield. Situated a little to the North of the House Called the Crooks. It was defended by a ditch the East Side of which is totally destroyed. It is in a bad state of preservation but its features can easily be traced out, it is stated in the locality to be a Roman Camp.
WESTERKER RIG Westerker Rig See Page 8
STENNIES WATER Stennies Water See Page 32 No 2 Book

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Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 35 No. 8 Trace 2 & 1

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