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John Watson Lessee of Colliery
John Christie Steward
Alexander Whamond Parish Schoolmaster
John Freebairn Craigneuk
J. Hamilton Nether Johnston
012.14 A colliery village chiefly the property of J. Watson Esq.[Esquire] Feuar. The Turnpike road through here on one time passing "Over Johnston" , but Lord Bellhaven, since the course of the road changed, purchased the feues & made the road private. There is a check bar at the east end of the village on the parish road where it crosses the old Turnpike, now a private road. The name is taken from a little stream or sike which is covered over in passing the village. There is no school, inn or smithy in Rumblingsike, nor is there a post office.

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