List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MONK'S HAUGH Monk's Haugh
Monk's Haugh
Monk's Haugh
Hugh Brown Esq Newhall Ho. [House]
John Watson Monkshaugh
Mr Hunter Carlops
002 [Situation] About 5/8 mile ENE [East North East] of Turtlebank

This is a small piece of land - so named from being the scene of a skirmish between the royalists and a few of Monks Soldiers, whilst the General was living in Dalkeith Palace.
John Watson
Hugh Brown Esq
Mr Huter [Hunter]
002 [Situation] At the north end of Monks Haugh

This is a small farm steading, with the haughs on the rivers edge attached and occupied by Mr John Watson -- H Brown Esq. is proprietor. This formed part of the buildings of a bleechfield - which after being carried on for a year or two, ended in failure about 20 years ago.

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