System Outage

We are migrating the servers that support this website to a new platform. Service will be affected for some time. Further information is available here.

OS1/10/54/57

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HOPE'S SIKE Hope's Syke Robert Nicol Steward Craig
Andrew Nicol Shepherd Douglen
036 [Situation] On the N.E. [North East] of Upper Brydons Well Knowe.
A small stream that rises a short distance North from Upper Brydonswell Knowe and flows in a Southerly direction falling into the Back Burn.
UPPER BRYDONSWELL KNOWE Upper Brydonswell Knowe
Upper Brydonswell Knowe
Robert Nicol
Andrew Nicol
036 [Situation] 74 Chains East of Parish Church.
A considerable eminence the surface of which is covered with heathy pasture, Situated West from the Back Burn on the farm and property of Sir Frederick Johnstone of Westerhall.
BRYDON'S WELL Brydon's Well Robert Nicol
Andrew Nicol
036 [Situation] On Upper Brydon's Well Knowe.
Applies to a small spring well Situated on the South side of Upper Brydonswell Knowe the reason why it gets this name is having been called after a Man of the name of Brydon.

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 57
Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 36 No. 9 Trace 6

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

DANIALSAN, Larry mag

  Location information for this page.

  There are no linked mapsheets.