List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HAYSTOUN BURN Haystoune Burn
Haystoune Burn
Haystoune Burn
Mr A. Buchan Haystoune
Mr J. Melrose Whitehaugh
Mr Potts Hogbridge
013 [Situation] Passes immediately South from Haystoune
A small burn rising in the Co. [County] of Selkirk, runs curv[ing] in a N. W. [North West] direction through New[by] Glen, passing on the S. [South] side of Haystoune, Hogbridge, passing close to Whitehaugh, thence u[nder] White Bridge & fall in the River T[weed] W. [West] of Scots Mill -
HAYSTOUN OLD WOOD Haystoune Old Wood
Haystoune Old Wood
Haystoune Old Wood
Haystoune Old Wood
Mr A. Buchan
James Potts Gamekeeper
Mr Melrose Eshiels
Mr Melrose Whitehaugh
013 [Situation] About 14 Chains N. E. [North East] from Haystoun
An oblong shaped wood N E. [North East] of Haystoun containing about eight acres, & composed of different kinds o[f] trees - it is the oldest woo[d] on the estate & contains som[e] remarkably large sweet chestn[uts] It is the property of Sir Adam [Hay]

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