List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HAYSTON ARMS INN [West Linton] Hayston Arms Inn
Hayston Arms Inn
Mr. Brown Hayston Arms
William Johnston Linton
005 [Situation] At the north end of the town of Linton

A public House at the North end of the Village of Linton, with good stabling accommodation. And farm attached occupied by Mr. Brown and property of Mr. Forbes of Medwyn House
Upper Green
William Johnston Linton
Mr Morgan Draper Linton
005 [Situation] At the NW [North West] end of the town of Linton

A small portion of unoccupied ground extending from the houses at the North end of the Village to the Lyne Water It is used and Kept as a Common by the Inhabitants of the Village
Rumbling Tam
Mr Brown Schoolmaster
William Johnston Linton
005 [Situation] About 13 chains N by W. [North by West] of the parish church

An excellent spring Well at the South end of the upper Green quite Close to the bank of the Lyne Its called Rumbling, from the bubbling Noise it makes as it gushes forth but why the term Tam was affixed Cannot be ascertained

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