List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Lenny Hill
Lennie see page 3
Mr Stewart
Mr Gray
001 A small arable hill upon the farm of Lennie Mains, upon its summit stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Statn [Station] Called "Lenny Mains"
LENNY MAINS 001 Not on page
New Saughton
New Saughton
New Saughton
Lord Aberdour
Mrs Grey
County Map
Stat. [Statistical] Acct.[Account] 1845
001 A Commodious Mansion house built in 1693. It has Commodious stables and a handsome garden attached. It is supplied with water by means of a Cistern on a Circular tower 100 feet high adjoining the house, into which the water is drawn by a force pump & from thence conveyed to the house by means of pipes. The demesne is well laid out and thickly wooded. It is the property & residence of Lord Aberdour

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Parish of Cramond
Commo P1 Lo or Commo 1693
( Commo 1693 )
According to the most accurate accounts collected in the locality it seems that the name "Cammo" was changed to that of "New Saughton" about 50 years ago.
"About half a mile to the South West of Cramond Bridge is New Saughton a commodious mansion The property of Lady Aberdour. The ancient name of the mansion was Cammo. It was built in the year 1693 by John Menzies of Cammo. It is embosomed amid fine old wood, and the grounds adjoining possess much picturesque beauty. Stat. [Statistical] Acct. [Account] of Edinburghshire 1845

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