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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STELL CLEUGH Stell Cleugh
Stell Cleugh
Stell Cleugh
Andrew Weatherstone
Campshiel
Hugh Borthwick
Taniel Burn
Alexander Mercer Traquair Knowe
018 [Situation] About ¼ of A Mile E by S [East by South] of The Lead Mine
This cleugh is bounded by the Lead Mine, Archmans Bog, And Minch Muir. It Contains a small stream, And receives its Name from being a Kind of Shelter for Sheep.
BIRKIE CLEUGH Birkie Cleugh
Birkie Cleugh
Birkie Cleugh
Alexander Mercer Traquair Knowe
Hugh Borthwick Taniel Burn
Andrew Weatherstone, Campshiel
018 [Situation] About ⅜ of A Mile S.E [South East] of The Lead Mine
An insignificant cleugh on the Side of Minch Muir, from which issues a Small Stream.
ARCHMAN'S BOG Archman's Bog
Archman's Bog
Archman's Bog
Hugh Borthwick Taniel Burn
Alexander Mercer Traquair Knowe
Andrew Weatherstone, Campshiel
018 [Situation] About ¼ of A Mile N.E. [North East] of The Lead Mine
This piece of heathy ground is Situated at the head of Stell Cleugh - And would seem to have derived its Name, from the Archers in former times having practised on it. This is very probable, both from its appearance, And its proximity to the remains of an old Camp, which is reported to be in the Neighbouring County.

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