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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WHEEL CHURCH (Site of) Wheel Chapel (site of)
Wheel Chapel (site of)
Wheel Chapel (site of)
Wheel Church
Wheel Church
J Telfer Shepd [ Shepherd] Wormscleuch
R Thomson Shepd [Shepherd] Peel
James Elliot
Chamber's Caledonia
Johnston's County Map
039 [Situation] On the East of Wheel Rig. This is supposed to have been used as a place of worship in former times. Originally a Roman Catholic chapel. It is handed down by Tradition, the "basin" which held the Holy Water was converted into a Pigs Trough by a man who was in want of such an article and was latterly broken up by domestics for their use
MARCH SIKE March Sike
March Sike
March Sike
R Thomson Shepd [Shepherd] Peel
J Riddal Lbr [Labourer] Peel
James Elliot
039 [Situation] East of Peel Burn. [scored through description]

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 121
Parish of Castleton -- Sheet 39.4
[Signed] John McDonnell Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]

Transcriber's notes

Entry for Mill Sike has been scored through
Descriptive remarks for March Sike have been scored through: "A small burn rising at the southern base of Molly Knowe and flows in a north easterly direction into Peel Burn"

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