List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRIGS OF FIDRA The Brigs of Fidra Mr James Jackson North Berwick
John Kelly Canty Bay
Andrew McLean
001 This Name applies to a ledge of Sunken Rocks, which are only five or six feet below the surface of the Water at Low tides; hence, Vessels Cannot pass between the Island and the shore. It is traditionally stated that these "Brigs" were fordable at Low Water at the time the Chapel on the Island was used as a place of Worship
EYEBROUGHY Ibris or Eyebrochy
Statisl. [Statistical] Account
Mr William A. Wyllie Ninewar near Prestonkirk the Factor
Forrest's Greenwood's & Johnston's County Maps
001 A small Rocky Island in the Frith of Forth off West Links It is fordable at Low Water; the Property of Mrs. Ferguson of Archerfield House. It is Known by the Fishermen etc as Ibris.
WEAK LAW Weak Law Mr William A. Wyllie Ninewar near Prestonkirk the Factor
Forrest's & Johnston's Co. [County] Maps
Mr James Todd Castlemains Dirleton
Mr Palmer Schoolmaster Dirleton
001 A Cottage and Several Ruins originally Constructed as the residence of Fishermen. The property of Mrs. H. N. Ferguson of Archerfield House

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List of Names collected by Michael Duggan
Parish of Dirleton
Plan -- Trace
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The Brigs of Fidra
Eyebroughy - An Island
Weak Law - House & Ruins

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