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OS1/21/3/18

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP (Remains of) [Bizzyberry Hill] Camp
Do
Do
Mr J Morrison
Mr Robert Glen
Mr D Lockhart
Statistical Account
034.06
On the east side of Bizzyberry Hill
The remains of an oval shaped British fort 200 feet long by 170 feet broad. It consists of two ramparts averaging 4 feet in height
CANDY BURN Candy Burn
Do
Do
Do
Candy Burn
Do Candy-burn
Mr J. Morrison
Mr Robert Glen
Mr D Lockhart
L Brown Esq
Johnston's County Map
Forrests Map
Statistical Account
034.06 A stream which rises near Broomy Law. It forms the county boundary between Lanark and Peebles for a considerable distance and falls into the 'Water of Biggar'.
It bears this name from a ford on 34.7 to a place a little to the east of Brownsbank on 34.3
WINTERMUIR BURN Wintermuir Burn
Do
Do
Andrew Buchanan, March Br.
Peter Laing, Wintermuir
John Smith, Skirling Mill
034.06 This name applies to the part of the stream which divides Peebles from Lanark, and extends from about 1o chains south of Wintermuir and flows in a southerly direction to March Bridge. It receives the name of Spittal Burn from March Bridge to its confluence with Biggar Water.

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