List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AUCHOPE BURN Auchope Burn Revd [Reverend] Mr Glen
Mr Craig Currburn
Mr. Fox Morebattle
017.04 A small mountain stream that rises at the head of the valley bearing the same name, and flows in a southerly direction towards Sourhope Burn, which it joins after a course of about 2 miles
BLACK SIKE Black Sike Mr Craig
Mr Stephenson Primside Mill
William Stephenson Primside Mill
017.04 A stream or sike on the east side of the Curr, which flows in a waterworn indentation to Auchope Burn
THE SCHEL The Schell Revd. [Reverend] Mr Glen
Mr Young Woodside
Mr Lillie Clifton
017.14 A large hill at the east side of the parish. Situate on the boundary dividing Scotland and England. on the Scotch Side the lower part is Covered with good pasture, but is rugged and rocky towards the Summit

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Parish of Morebattle
Sheet 17-14 Trace 5
Described by William Boyd Corpl RE [Corporal Royal Engineers]

Auchope Burn [Note] The proper name of this Burn is "Rowhope Burn" See Page,
The Schell [Note] Schel - Shed for Sheep - Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary

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