List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRAID BURN Braid Burn Thomas Torrance Meadowhead
John Wallace Libberton
006 A beautiful rivulet taking its Rise on the N. [North] side of the Pentland Hills partly from the pools of Bonally from which it takes a N. [North] Easterly Course passing through the Glen of Braid between the Braid and Blackford Hills. and from thence a short distance South of Duddingstone Loch where it is joined by Jordan Burn passing from thence in a circulous route till its influx with the sea at Portobello.
BRAID WOOD Braid Wood Thomas Torrance Meadowhead
John Wallace Liberton
006 An excellent wood consisting of some fine Oak, Ash and Beech Wood with a few firs; situated on the estate of Braid Hermittage
CORBIE'S CRAIG Corbie's Craig Thomas Torrance Meadowhead
John Wallace Libberton
006 A rocky eminence situated on the S.E. [South East] side of Blackford Hill: on the South side it consists of a precipice about 200ft high while that part to the North does not exceed 30 it derives its name from a species of the crow known hereby the name of a "Corby"

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Braid Burn - Object - Stream
Braid Wood - Object - Wood
Corbie's Craig- Object - Craig

[Signed] John E. Darwan
Novr [November] 7th. [1867]

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