List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Earn Cleugh
John Thompson Shepherd Glenrath
Mr Tweedy farmer Glenrath
017 [Situation] Extends South from Glenrath-Hope

A cleugh or ravine on the Glenrath estate So Called from the Earn a species of Falcon building in its banks
Hogs Knowe
Hogs Knowe
Hogs Knowe
John Thompson Glenrath
Mr Tweedy Glenrath
017 [Situation] About 30 chains S. by W. [South by West] from Glenrathhope

A considerable hill - covered with heathy pasture - and deriving its name from a peculiar breed of sheep named hogs, It is situated between Glenrath Burn & Yarn Cleugh
HORSE HOPE RIG Horsehope Rig
Horsehope Rig
Horsehope Rig
J. Thompson Glenrath
Mr Tweedy Glenrath
016 ; 017 [Situation] About ¾ of A mile S.W [South West] of Glenrathhope

A very prominent hill covered with heather - bounded on the north Side by Glenrath Burn - on the east by Yarn Cleugh, And on the West Side by Manor Water

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