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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KING'S POOL King's Pool
King's Pool
King Pool
Thomas Hyslop Farmer
George Armstrong Shep. [Shepherd] Bailliehill
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
035 [Situation] Near the junction of White and Black Esks.
A "Small eddy" where Tradition says a Pictish King of the name of Schaw was drowned, while endeavouring to escape from the pursuing Saxons, who had defeated him in battle. This Pool is a Short distance to the E. [East] of Where the two Esks meet, the Black and the White. I have given a copy of the above note so as to give you a more correct idea of what the natives of the place say on the subject.
WELLS BURN Wells Burn See Name Sheet 35 No. 14
GRAHAM'S RIG Graham's Rig See Name Sheet 35 No. 14
MID HEIGHT Mid Height See Name Sheet 35 No. 14
AIRSWOOD HILL Airswood Hill See Name Sheet 35 No. 6

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[Page] 5
Parish of Westerkirk -- Sheet 35 No. 10 Traces 3 & 4

Note to 'Parks Poems on the Vale of the Esk' Note 5, Stanza 15, Page 5

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