List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SMIDDY BRAE Smiddy Brae Mr Boyd Cherrytrees
Mr Lillie Farmer
William Stephenson
016.08 A part of the west slope of Shereburgh a little above Clifton farm house it receives this name from having been the site of the Smithy when Clifton Village was in existence
CLIFTON VILLAGE (Site of) Clifton Village (Site of) Mr Boyd Cherrytrees
Revd. [Reverend] Mr Glen
Mr Lillie
016.08 The old village of Clifton which is now entirely obliterated Stood on this Spot it is described as having been composed of of a number of small farm steadings, and dwellings for those necessarily dependant on such
CHURCH (Site of) [Bowmont Water] Church (Site of) Revd [Reverend] Mr Glen
James Robson Esqr.
Statistical account
022.04 The site of this ancient church is on the right bank of the Bowmont Water about a mile below Belford the remains of the foundation can still be traced within the Burial ground, which has been used until recently as a place of interment

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Parish of Morebattle
Described by William Boyd Corpl RE [Corporal Royal Engineers]
Sheet 16 - 8 Trace 6

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