List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAIRN (Site of) [Whitefield] Cairn (Site of) (Ancient) George Lawson Deepsykehead
Mr Stoddart Whitefield
005 [Situation] 54 chains SSW. [South South West] of Harlawmuir

This name applies to the Site of a large Cairn which was Composed of stones of different Sizes Situated in a Small plantion On the Farm of Whitefield Near Harlawmuir Toll Bar. The stones have been long since removed and were used for the purpose of building the wall round the plantation It could not be ascertained whether there were any human remains Or not found in the Cairn at the time of its removal
HARLAWMUIR T.P. Harlawmuir T.B. [Toll Bar]
Harlawmuir T.B. [Toll Bar]
George Lawson Deepsykehead
George Nesbitt Collector Harlawmuir T.P. [Turn Pike]
005 [Situation] 35 Chains of S by W [South by West] of Harlawmuir

A Toll Bar On the road leading from Linton through Whitefield to Pennicuik with a Small house in which the Collector lives And vegetable garden attached, the property of the County Road Trustees.

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