List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Alex Ramsay
Mr. Howden
Forrest's Co. [County] Map 1799
005 [Situation] About 1 3/8 Mile E,S,E, [East South East] from Sheriffhall
A cottage on the east side of the road leading from North Berwick tp Dunbar and situated a short distance north of Bankhead. There are two Workshops attached a smithy and Carpenter's shop
CAIRN [Whitekirk Hill] Cairn
Mr James Rennie
Mr Peter Colston
003 ; 005 ; 006 [Situation] Onn the summit of Whitekirk Hill,
A large pile of stones on the summit of Whitekirk Hill, on which the trigl. [trigonometrical] station is fixed. This is said to mark the burial place of two Covenanters who were killed by some soldiers from the garrison at the Bass in 1670-80

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Parish of Whitekirk and Tynninghame

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64 Merrylaws
66 Cairn

Cairn [note] On the top of Whitekirk Hill there is a cairn, which is said
to be the burial place of two young men, who were killed by a
detachment from the garrison of the Bass at the time of the
Reformation - Old Stat: Acct: Vol [Statistical Account Volume] 17 P. [Page] 580.

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