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OS1/29/30/27

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SHEREBURGH Shereburgh Mr Young Farmer Woodside
Dr [Doctor] Turner Yetholm
Mr Lillie Clifton
016.08 A large and prominent dome shaped Hill rising from the south side of the Bowmont Water, it belongs to the farm of Clifton, and is termed Clifton Hill in the Statistical account of the parish. it is well covered to the summit with good rough pasture The property of R K Elliot Esqr of Clifton Park
CLIFTON BURN Clifton Burn Mr Lillie Clifton
Mr John Craig
Mr Glass Hayhope
016.08 This Stream takes this name after the junction of Curr and Elghope Burns and flowing past Clifton farm House joins the Bowmont Water at primside Mill
CURR BURN Curr Burn Mr Lillie
Mr Glass
Mr Craig
016.08; 017.05 A mountain Stream rising in a valled called The Hope, on the east side of the Curr. and flowing in a northeasterly course is joined by Elghope Burn a little above Clifton. where this name teriminates

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Parish of Morebattle
Sheet 16 No. 8 Trace
Described by J Montgomery Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]

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