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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST DUNSTAN'S WELL St. Dunstan's Well
St. Dunstan's Well
St. Dunstan's Well
St. Dunstan's Well
St. Dunstan's Well
J. F. Dunn Esqr Writer Melrose
William Freer Esqr Writer Melrose
William Tait Esqr
Allan Freer Esqr
Revd [Reverend] William Murray Minister Melrose Ph. [Parish]
008.05 This is a consecrated well, Situated in a field a Short distance to the west of the village of Melrose - It is a mineral spring, And was formerly much frequented for it medicinal properties, but is not used in that way now -
QUARRY HILL Quarry Hill
Quarry Hill
Quarry Hill
Quarry Hill
Quarry Hill
J. T. Dunn Esqr
William Freer Esqr
William Tait Esqr
Allan Freer Esqr
Revd [Reverend] William Murray Minister of Melrose Ph. [Parish]
008.05 An arable hill, a short distance South of Melrose - It taKes its name from there being a large whinstone Quarry on the north Side of it
It is the property of the DuKe of Buccleuch -

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[Page] 217
Melrose Parish -- Sheet 8 - 5 -- Trace 1
John McCabe

[Note Dewdrop Cottage, not in Index] -- Not to be inserted on the Plan

[Spelling] -- Dewdrop Cottage
Dewdrop Cottage
Dewdrop Cottage
Dewdrop Cottage
Dewdrop Cottage

[Authorities] -- J. T. Dunn Esqr
William Freer Esqr
Revd [Reverend] William Crombie, Melrose
Allan Freer Esqr
Revd [Reverend] William Murray Minister Melrose Ph. [Parish]

[Description] -- A neat Small house, one story high, And having a Small garden in front. It is Situated, at the west end of "Dingleton", And is the property of the DuKe of Buccleuch

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