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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DEEP CLEUCH Deep Cleuch
Deep Cleuch
Deep Cleuch
James S Fair Esqr. Langlee
John S.E. Fair Esqr. Langlee
Mr. Rutherford Linthaugh
021.13 [Situation] On Sn. [Southern] Parish Boundary
A deep Cleuch, through which runs a small stream, which falls into Jed Water.
JED WATER Jed Water
Jed Water
Jed Water
Fullartons Imperial Gazetteer
Johnstones County Map
Ainslies Map of Scotland
015; 021; 022 [Situation] On Sn. [Southern] Parish Boundary N.N.W. [North North West]
A considerable stream having its source near the Carter Fell, it flows through a very romantic valley & in its course performs some very curious sinuosities & its banks are strewed with Antiquities
MUCKLE DEAN Muckle Dean
Muckle Dean
Muckle Dean
James Rutherford Linthaugh
William Rutherford Ferniehirst Mill
Mr. Weaver Hundalee Bank
021.13 [Situation] East from Jed Water.
A deep ravine on the farm of Ferniehirst, a small stream, runs through it which falls into Jed Water.

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Parish of Jedburgh
Plan 21.13 Trace 3.

Charles J Fearnside
Sr. R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]

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