List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST MARY'S LOCH St Mary's Loch
St Mary's Loch
St Mary's Loch
A McAllister Schoolmaster
James McCall Henderland
025 [Situation] On the S.E. [South East] portion of the County
A beautifull Sheet of water about 3¼th Miles in length, and varies from ¼th to ¾th of a Mile in breadth. Pleasingly situated amongst high grassy hills, it attracts many visitors during Summer, and famed in the ballad Minstrelsy of the County. Altogether forms one of the most romantic Scenes in the South of Scotland. The Loch is in Selkirkshire the boundary between the two Counties running along part of the N.W. [North West] Side of the Loch.

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Lyne (Part of) -- Sheets 25, 2 & 6

[signed] RD Kerr CaptRE [Captain Royal Engineers]
25th Jany [January] 1857

[signed] James Carpenter C. Asst. [Civilian Assistant]
30th Jany [January] 1857

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