List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WATCH LAW Watch Law Mr Blair Farmer Friardykes
John Rankine Farmer Belton dod
016 A heathy hill on the farm of Boonsly and West of Bransly Hill. There is a small grassy mound On its summit called the Cairn also a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station. The road from Friardykes to Stenton crosses the top of this hill
LAMB HILL Lamb Hill Mr Blair Farmer Friardykes
John Rankine Farmer Belton dod
Mr Brown Farmer Halls
Mr Crosbie Hartside
016 A Small hill on the farm of Belton dod on the N [North] side of West Burn. The road from Beltondod And Friardykes to Stenton passes over it. There is a Trig. ◬ [Trigonometrical Station] on its summit called Johnscleugh N [North]
MOSSY BURN Mossy Burn George Blair Friardykes
John Rankine Beltondod
James Davidson Shepherd Zadlee
016 A Small Stream which rises in the Moor, West of Watch Law. And flows in a S.E. [South East] direction till it joins the Tay Burn betwixt Beltondod and Friardykes. It forms for its greater part the boundary between the detached portions of Whittingham Stenton and Spott Parishes

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List of Names collected by John Early c.a [civilian assistant]
Plan -- Trace
16B -- 1
Parish of Spott
Watch Law

Parish of Whittingham
Lamb Hill

Plan 16 -- Trace 1
Mossy Burn

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