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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHEVIOT HILL Cheviot Hill Revd [Reverend] Mr Glen
Mr Purvis Burnfoot
Statistical Account
023.10 A large and high hill on the Boundary between England & Scotland, on the S.E. [South East] side of this parish, little of this Hill is on the Scotch side, it is Considered the largest and give the name to the whole range of the Chevoits
GREEN GAIR Green Gair Revd [Reverend] Mr Glen
Mr Wallace
Mr Shiel
023.10 A part of a Hill on the top of the range that forms the division between the two Countries, at the head of Greengair Sike.
THE STREET The Street Revd [Reverend] Mr Glen
Revd [Reverend] Mr Cranston
William Davidson
022.11 This name is applied to a road running near Seefew in this parish across Craik Morr into Northumberland. and dividing Hounam from Morebattle.

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Parish of Morebattle
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