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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COALYBURN Coalyburn
Coalyburn
Mr Stoddart Whitefield
David Moffat Upper Whitefield
005 [Situation] About 5/8 mile ESE [East South East] of Upper Whitefield

Two rows of small slated houses with small vegetable gardens attached principally occupied by Colliers and property of [George] Beresford Esqre
COALY BURN Coaly Burn Mr Stoddart Whitefield
David Moffat Upper Whitefield
005 [Situation] Runs into Black about 12 chains SE, [South East] of Upper Whitefield

A small stream which rises in a Moss N.E [North East] of Coalyburn and running in a westerly direction till it joins the Cairn Burn, near Cleaves It has derived its name from the number of Coal Pits which were worked on or near its banks

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