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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CORSINCON Crossing Con
Crossing Con
Corsincon
Corsincon
Corsincon
Corsincon
Mr John Lawson
Mr Thomas Cowper
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
Map of Tweeddale 1775
Mr Samuel Somerville
Mr James Palmer (Parish Schoolmaster)
027.12 This name applies to the place where the boundary between the Counties of Peebles and Lanark cross the road which leads from the town of Peebles to Lanark.
The word "Con" is supposed to mean the end of a hill or eminence.
(Copied from the Name Book of Kirkurd Ph. [Parish] Co. [County] Peebles)
INGRASTON BRIDGE Ingraston Bridge
Ingraston Bridge
R. Gordon Esq.
Thomas Kikrpatrick Esq.
027.04 A small one arched bridge built of stone, on the road leading from Edinburgh to Biggar; it corsses a small burn that forms part of the County Boundary between Lanark and Peebles.
(Coped from the Name Book of Linton Ph. [Parish] Co. [County] Peebles)
A County Bridge (See Pinmark No.5)

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