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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KINMOUNT Kinmount
Kinmount
George Thomson Boonies
James Moffat Mid Knock
035 [Situation] 36 chains N [ North] from Cauldkinefoot.
A hill on the Boonies Farm the surface of which is Covered with rough pasture. Situated west of Mid Knock. proprietor His Grace the Duke of Buccleugh
BOONIES SIKE Boonies Syke
Boonies Syke
George Thomson
James Moffat
035 [Situation] From the Nn. [Northern] base of Kinmount N. [North] to River Esk.
A small stream which arises out of Kinmount and flows in a northerly direction till joining the River Esk.
REDDING SIKE Redding Syke
Redding Syke
George Thomson
James Moffat
035 [Situation]From 28 chains N.N.E. [North North East] of Kinmount N. [North] to Boonies Sike.
A small stream arising out of Kinmount and flowing in a Northerly direction till it joins Boonies Syke.

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