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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AUCHOPE RIG Auchope Rig Mr. Thomas Davidson
Mr. Shiel Sourhope
Mr. James Wallace
023 A hill covered with rough pasture extending from about half-a-mile south of Dod Hill, in a north easterly direction to the county boundary.
Mr. Thomas Davidson
Mr Shiel
Mr James Wallace
023 This name is applied to the south eastern part of the Cheviot Hill, the greater part of which is in the county of Northumberland; there is no cairn on the top of the hill, the name applying to the hill itself.
Cheviot Burn
Cheviot Burn
Mr Thomas Davidson
Mr Shiel
Mr James Wallace
023 A stream having its source in a moss near the top of Auchopecairn and flowing in a westerly direction.

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Parish of Morebattle
Sheet 23 B.3
Described by Sapper Montgomery R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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