List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
The Wham
Mr Laidlaw Shepherd Cademuir
Mr Brodie Cademuir
013 [Situation] About 1¼ Miles N.E. [North East] from Cademuir
An arable portion of ground stretching into a small valley on Cademuir - the origin of the name is unknown
CADEMUIR [farm] Cademuir
Mr Brodie Cademuir
Mr Laidlaw Shepherd Cademuir
Johnston's Co [County] Map
013 [Situation] About 1¼ Miles S.W. [South West] from Cademuir
A farm house with offices, garden and extensive arable and pasture farm attached the property of the Earl of Wemyss and tenanted by Mr Bro[die]

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Parish of Peebles -- Sheet 13 No 13 Trace 3

Whaum. A hollow part of
a field. A glen where the ground
on both sides spreads out into an ample
bosom of hills. Sometimes a hollow in one hill
or mountain etc
Jamieson's Dicty [Dictionary].

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