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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LIDDEL WATER Liddel Water
Liddel Water
Liddel Water
A Stavert Farmer Saughtree
F Turnbull Shep [Shepherd] Old Saughtree
James Elliot
039.14 [situation] From the junction of Peel and Wormscleuch Burn S.W. [South West] through En. [Eastern] division of Parish.
A considerable Stream having its source from the junction of Peel and Wormscleuch Burn it flows in a Southerly direction and empties into the River Esk
PICTS' WORK DITCH [Catrail] Catrail or Picts' Work Ditch Chalmers' Caledonian
New Statl [statistical] Acct [Account] of Roxburghshire
Gazetteer of Scotland
039.14 [situation] On the West of Liddel Water. An ancient line of defence consisting of a fosse and double rampart which is now generally said to have been constructed by the Romanized Britons during the Saxon invasion.

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Parish of Castleton Sheet 39. 14. 3
[signed] John McDonnell Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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