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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COLIS LINN Colis Linn G. Oliver Esqr Hawick
Mr WN Kennedy Hawick
J. Wilson Esqr Hawick
J. Scott Farmer Coliforthill
Mr A Thomson Factor for J. Douglas Esqr Cavers Ho [House]
025.15 [Situation] West from Colifort Hill. This name is given to a rocky declivity on the west side of Colifort Hill. Two graves covered by flat stones are placed near the summit of this rocky steep, and are reputed to contain victims of the plague. One of the tombstones is of hewn sandstone, and presents the appearance of those in use in the Sixteenth century, the other is a rough Whinstone slab. Both are without inscription or ornament. - on the property of J. Douglas Esqr Cavers Ho [House]

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[Page] 91
Parish of Cavers Sheet 25 No 15 T.3.

[signed] Thomas Watson 2nd Corp. R.E. [2nd Corporal Royal Engineers]

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