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OS1/21/46/8

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CANTYHALL Cantyhall
Cantyhall
Cantyhall
Mr William Black
Mr James Brown
William Bertram Esqr.
027.09 A cottage, one storey, slated in good repair. Property of J. Johnstone Esqr.
GILL BURN Gill Burn
Gill Burn
Gill Burn
Mr William Black Mr James Brown William Bertram Esqr. 027.09 A small stream which collects from drains. Gill means a hollow, and in this case the stream derives its name from a small gill through which it flows near its source.
GILLBURN BRIDGE Gillburn Bridge
Gillburn Bridge
Gillburn Bridge
Mr William Black Mr James Brown William Bertram Esqr. 027.09 A small stone bridge which spans the Gill Burn, one arch, built and kept in repair by the County It is on the turnpike road leading from Carnwath to Peebles__.

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Ph. [Parish] of Liberton

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'Parishes of Walston & Liberton' crossed out, replaced with 'County'
'the stream' crossed out, replaced with 'it'

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