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OS1/21/46/16

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KIRKCLEUCH WELL Kirkcleuch Well Revd. [Reverend] John Lawrie
Mr. William Black
Mr. James Brown
026.15 A small well gushing from the steep, rocky face of a bank overhanging the Clyde - it has no mineral properties. There is an absurd tradition connected with this well that the stones used in building the church of Biggar were quarried from the rocks from which it springs. This serves to expalin the derivation of its name, although no authentic information can be obtained to corroborate the above mention legend_
ROSEBURGH BRIDGE Roseburgh Bridge
Roseburgh Bridge
Roseburgh Bridge
William Forrest Esqr.
Mr William Black Mr James Brown
026.15 A stone bridge, one arch, built over "The Medwyn." Built and kept in repair by the parishes of Liberton & Carnwath.

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Ph. [Parish] of Liberton

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