List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST MUNGO'S WELL Saint Mungo's Well William Chambers Esqr Glenormiston
Written on the Masonry of the Well
Revd [Reverend] James Campbell Minister of Traquir
014 [Situation] About 17 Chains South from Caerlee Hill

Is a spring Well of pure water available for culinary purposes sunk about 30 years ago by a person who intended building a house near it, the name St Mungo, is written upon the masonry of the Well. See sketch on trace.
Caerlee Hill
Caerlee Hill
William Chambers Esqr Glenormiston proprietor
Revd [Reverend] James Campbell Minister of Traquair
014 [Situation] About ½ mile West from Innerleithen

A large hill whose surface is covered with wood, Heathy Pasture & Furze, and upon the top of which there is a British Camp called "Caer Lee"

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Parish of Inverleithen -- Sheet 14 No. 13 -- Trace 5

[Note] St Mungo's Well -- See trace.

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