List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Pyatknowe Syke
Pyatknowe Syke
Walter Grieve Southfield
Robert Grieve Southfield
John Beattie Dodburn
G. Hart (Pilmuirrig)
032.10 [Situation] At the Sn. [Southern] extremity of Ph. [Parish]
A small stream having its source about a mile to the S.E [South East] of Whitehillbrae, and flows in a westrerly direction till it joins Dod Burn,
FORT [Whitehillbrae] British Fort (Site of)
British Fort (Site of)
Walter Grieve
Robert Grieve
John Beattie
032.10 [Situation] Near the Sn. [Southern] extremity of Parish.
The vestiges of a Fort or Camp situated on the farm of Whitehillbrae, This must have been a place of Considerable Strength, from the nature of the ground and the size of the entrenchments,

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Parish of Kirkton -- Plan 32, 10 Trace 2

Pyatknowe Syke [Notes]
Pyat Pyat, the magpie Dr. Jamieson's Dictionary.
Pyat is the most usual mode of spelling and mode hitherto adopted on Plan.

[signed] Philip Munro
Lce. Corp: R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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