List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CADEMUIR [natural] Cademuir
Mr A. Buchan Agent, Haystoune
Mr W Blackwood Banker &c
James Potts
Valuation of lands in 1802
Mr R. Stoddart Peebles
Mr J. Melrose Whitehaugh
013 [Situation] About 1 Mile West from Bonnington
A large tract of mountain ground extending from near Bonnington on the E. [East] to Manor Water in the W. [West] and from Loaningdales on the N. [North] to Cademuir farm on the S. [South] The surface is very uneven & several considerable hills rise from it, particularly one in the S. [South] which rises abruptly & forms a prominent feature from a distance - It is covered with Rough pasture & heath, affording good pasturage for sheep & is the joint property of The Earl of Wemys & Sir Adam Hay -

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Parish of Peebles -- Sheet 13, No. 10. Trace 4

To be written
in one word. [Faint pencil note] See description in S[--]

"Cade" An insect common
to sheep --

This name is invariably
spelled as one word --
[Initials] WMcK

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