List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Hundleshope Burn
James Turnbull Shepherd Hundleshope
Mr John Brydone Farmer Hundleshope
017 [Situation] Passes through Hundleshope

This burn rises in the hills about two miles south of the farm house of Hundleshope, from which it derives its name. It is composed of a number of Small unimportant mountain streams, which rise in the adjacent hills. as it approaches Hundleshope it is Known by the name of Black burn.
Hundleshope Heights
Hundleshope Heights
James Turnbull Shepherd Hundleshope
John Thompson Shepherd Glenrathhope
017 [Situation] In the N.E. [North east] portion of the Parish of Manor

A range of high heathy hills, commencing a short distance S.E. [South East] of Hundleshope - And extending along the parish & County boundary until they reach the farm of Glenrath at Broom hill, where they are then Known as the Glenwrath Heights.

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Mannor parish -- Sheet 17 No 5 -- Trace 3

[Note] -- in page 7

[Faint note] -- Not written on 17. No 5

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