List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PRIMSIDE MILL (Corn) Primside Mill (Corn.) The Rev [Reverend] J Glen Minister
Mr Swanston Schoolmaster
R Stephenson Shepherd Primeside Mill.
016.08 An ordinary Sized Corn-Mill with Stabling and Cattle-yard, the property of the Duke of Roxburgh. also several dwelling-houses. some of which are in the Parish of Yetholm,
CHAPEL (Site of) [Clifton] (Site of) Chapel A.B. Boyd Esqr. Cherry trees
The Rev [Reverend] J Glen Minister
John Craig Scurr-burn
016.08 All traces of this Chapel have been Swept away by the additions and improvements made at Clifton within the last few years, in cutting a drain from the water-wheel through the Stackyard human bones were discovered which leaves no doubt that the present Stackyard (as is believed) is the Site of the Chapel burying-ground.
INCH POINT Inch Point John Craig Scurr-burn
The Rev [Reverend] J Glen Minister
Mr Swanston Schoolmaster
016.08 A Small promontory or point of land which Extends from Clifton to Clifton Burn having the Bowmont Water on one Side and Clifton Burn at a little distance on the other Side.

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