List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
JEFFRIES CORSE Jeffery's Cross
Jeffery's Cross
F. McKenzie Esq Portmore House
Mr Aiken Factor Harcus
006 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish.
A large hill extending into Edinburghshire, from Dun Driech, the surface of which is moss and rough,and healthy pasture. The property of Forbes MacKenzie Esqr
CAIRN [Jeffries Corse] Cairn
F. MacKenzie Esqr Portmore House
Mr Aiken Factor Harcus
006 [Situation] S.E. [South East] portion of Jeffries Course
A large Cairn on the summit of Jeffrey's Cross, in the centre of which there is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called "Jeffries Course". It is at present about 70 links in diameter and about 4 feet above the surface of the hill. It was very large at one time, but the greater part of it is said to have sunk in the moss.

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Parish of Eddleston -- Sheet 6 No 15 Trace 6

[note on page] For Proper Spelling of "Jeffreys Course"
Name Nook Sheet 21 Co. [County] Edinburgh

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