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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SHOESTANES BURN Shoestones Burn
Shoestains
Shoestanes
Schustanes
She's-ta'-en
Mr. Dods Factor Oxenford Castle
Mr. Turner Farmer Shoestains
Mr. Simpson Schoolmaster Heriot
Kirk-Session records of Heriot
Manuscript account of the parish of Heriot 1627
County Map of Edinburgh
Local pronounciation and Tradition of the locality
James Carpenter C. Asst [Civilian Assistant] 10th March 1853
019 A small stream having its source on the farm of Roughsware, flowing in a northeasterly direction through the farm of "Shoestones" and joining Gala Water near Heriot House _ The Spelling given by Mr. Dods, is now to be used in rent receipts
Tradition gives the origin of the name to be derived from the circumstance of a Roe being taken after a long chase, at the place now called, She's-ta'-en

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List of Names collected by Robert Miller C.A. [Civilian Assistant]

Parish Heriot

[Names ?] [RE] [Royal Engineers]
14 March 1853

[Signed] Robert Miller

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