List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Garvald Burn
Mr J. Plenderleith Fairneyhaugh
Mr J. Mackie Gardener Garvald Ho. [House]
004 ; 007 [Situation] In the S W [South West] Side of Lonton parish.
A small stream which rises from the Rumbling Well and flows in a S. W. [South. West.] direction to its Junction with Tarth Water forming during portion of its Course the Boundary between the Counties of Peebles and Lanark. It falls into the Tarth near Dolphinton.
The Bell
Mr J. Miller Shepherd Fairneyhaugh
Mr Brown North Slipperfield
004 [Situation] In the S W. [South West] Side of Linton parish and near the S W [South West] Side of Mendick Hill.
An elevated ridge of an elongated form rising Suddenly from the hollow through which flows the Garvald Burn and extending upwards near to the base of Mendick Hill. Of the origin of the name nothing is Known, it's shape bears but little resemblance to the Article whose name it bears.

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