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OS1/29/18/23

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WOODEN BURN Woden Burn
Woden Burn
Woden Burn
Woodend
Wooden
Woden Burn
Woden Burn
J. James Esqr. Samieston
A. Jeffrey Esqr. Jedburgh
Mr J. L Johnston Crailinghall
Valuation Rolls 1811.
Vide preceding page for Authorities.
J. Grainger Esqr. Jedburgh
G. Hilson Esqr. Jedburgh
015.15 [Situation] From near N.E. [North East] point of Ph. [Parish] N.W. [North West] to Oxnam Water.
A Small Stream having its Source from Tod's Dean on the farm of Crailinghall runs in a northwesterly direction into Oxnam Water.
It is supposed this name Woden, is a Corruption of Woodend.
TOD'S DEAN Tod's Dean
Tod's Dean
Tod's Dean
Estate Plan
J. Johnston Crailinghall
J. James Esqr.
015.16 [Situation] In N.En. [North Eastern] district.
This name applies to a slight ravine thickly overgrown with fir wood - situated on the farm of Crailinghall and on the property of the Marquis of Lothian. This place was at a former period used as a fox cover - hence the origin of the name Tod's Dean.

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Parish of Jedburgh
Sheet 15 No. 16 T. [Trace] 1.

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

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