List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WHITE SANDS White Sands G Rennie Oxwell Mains, Dunbar
John White Broxmouth Dunbar
007 A Small Bay on the frith of Forth about 1 mile NE [North East] of Broxmouth A considerable quantity of Sea Weed is left here by the tide for which it is principally Valued the Name is derived from the Bay having a Sandy bottom of a Whitish color.
MILL STONE NEUK Mill Stone Neuk William Elliot Broxburn Dunbar
John Eagle East Barns, Dunbar
007 A portion of Rocks between High and Low water and between the Vaults and White Sands. The name is Supposed to have originated by a coarse kind of Millstones having formerly been taken from the place

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List of Names collected by Corpl [Corporal] William Rogers R S [Royal Sappers] & Miners
Plan 7C Trace 1
Parish of Dunbar

White Sands - A Bay
Mill Stone Neuk - A tract of rocks

[Signed] William Rogers
Corpl [Corporal] R S & M [Royal Sappers & Miners]

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