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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BLACK RIG Black Rig Black Rig Black Rig William Banton Andrew Rodger James Beattie 038.08; 039.05 [situation] On the boundary between Castleton and Cavers. A prominent hill feature, which stretches from the Leap about a mile southward.
Black Cleugh
Black Cleugh
William Barton
Andrew Rodger
James Beattie
038.08 [situation] Between Sundhope Rig and Whitterhope Edge. This name is given to a valley which lies betwixt the Black Rig, and Whitrope Edge.
WHITTERHOPE EDGE Whitterhope Edge Whitterhope Edge Whitterhope Edge Whitterhope Edge Whitterhope Edge William Barton
Andrew Rodger
James Beattie
James Elliot
Estate Map
038.08 [situation] Between Black Cleuch and Whitterhope Burn.
A long ridge of hill feature situated on the right of Whitrope Burn.

Continued entries/extra info

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Parish of Castleton Sheet 38.8 Trace 4
[signed] John Jane Sapr R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]

Whitter - a hearty draught of liquor. Dr [Doctor] Jamieson's Dictionary

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Black Cleuch has spellings of Black Cleugh with no comment

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