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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WHITTERHOPE BURN Whitrope Burn
Whitrope Burn
Whitrope Burn
Whithope Burn
Whitrup
Whitterhope Burn
Whitterhope Burn
Andrew Wilson Surveyor
William Brown Schoolmaster
Revd [Reverend] Dr [Doctor] Barton M [Minister] of Castleton
Fullartons Gazetteer
Pronunciation
James Elliot Middleholm
Estate Documents
038.08 [situation] From the East of Whitterhope Hass S.W. [South West] to Hermitage Water.
A rivulet which has its Source on the W. [West] of Ninestone Rig runs through a Glen and falls into Hermitage Water.
BLACK SIKE Black Sike
Black Sike
Black Sike
James Elliot
Thomas Beattie Whitterhopefoot
Estate Map
038.08 [situation] To the west of Whitterhope Burn. A small stream rising on the east side of Whitterhope Edge & falling into Whitterhope Burn
LONG SIKE Long Sike
Long Sike
James Elliot Thomas Beattie 038.08 [situation] To the West of Whitterhope Burn. A small stream rising at the east base of Whitterhope Edge about 30 chains below Black Sike & falling into Whitterhope Burn.

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Parish of Castleton Plan 38.12 Trace 2
Whitter - a hearty draught of liquor Dr [Doctor] Jamieson's Dictionary
[signed] W. Donohue June 1857.

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