List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Brox Burn
Mr. Denholm
James Bishop
007 [Situation] About 1½ Mile W.N.W. [West North West] from East Barns
A stream or burn having its rise on the hills near the South boundary of the parish of Spott after entering the parish of Dunbar at the north end of Spott parish it changes the name which is previously Called Spott Burn & thence to the Sea it is Called Brox Burn.
Fluke Dub
William Elliot
James Bishop
007 [Situation] About 1¾ Mile N.W. by N. [North West by North] from East Barns.
A Small hollow bed of Sand Situated between high and low water mark and near the mouth of Brox Burn. Fish called flounders commonly called flukes are caught here hence the name.
SPOTT BURN Spott Burn See Name Book for Plan 6D and also that of N.B. [Name Book

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Parish of Dunbar

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32 Brox Burn
44 Fluke Dub
Spott Burn

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