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OS1/29/30/110

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
OUTER BYRE CLEUCH Outer Byre Cleuch
Outer Byre Cleuch
Outer Byre Cleuch
Mr. Thomas Davidson
Mr. James Wallace
Mr. John Henderson
023 A narrow ravine, with a stream in the centre, extending from the north west side of Crookedsike Head to Cheviot burn.
CROOKEDSIKE HEAD Crookedsike Head
Crookedsike Head
Crookedsike Head
Mr Thomas Davidson
Mr James Wallace
Mr John Henderson
023 This name is applied to a portion of the hill, at the head of the Crooked Sike.
CROOKED SIKE Crooked Sike Mr Thomas Davidson
Mr James Wallace
Mr. John Henderson
023 A stream having several small branches at its head, which have their source, in a moss, on the top of the hill, it flows into Cheviot Burn.
YEARNING CLEUCH Yearning Cleuch
Yearning Cleuch
Yearning Cleuch
Mr Thomas Davidson
Mr James Wallace
Mr John Henderson
023 A hollow with a stream in the centre extending from Crookedsike Head to King's Seat Burn.

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[Page] 110
Parish of Morebattle
Sheet 23 D Traces 1 & 3
Described by Sapper Montgomery RE. [Royal Engineers]

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Trondragirl- Moderator, Douglas Montgomery

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