List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE GOAT The Goat Revd [Reverend] John Baird
Mr Henderson
George Kerr
016.04 A stream or drain that runs nearly parallel to Bowmont Water on the south side of Town Yetholm. it joins the Bowmont a little below the Bridge on Yetholm Haugh
DOO BRAE Doo Brae Revd [Reverend] John Baird
Mr Henderson
George Kerr
016.04 A small part of the road leading past the Free Church from Town Yetholm to Kirk Yetholm it is not known how the name originated: Dou is Scotch for Pigeon.
DOOBRAE WELL Doobrae Well Revd [Reverend] J Baird
Mr Henderson
George Kerr
016.04 A fine spring of water in a small plantation near the Doo Brae, and named from its vicinity to it.
FREE CHURCH [Town Yetholm] Church (Free) Revd [Reverend] J. Baird
Mr. Henderson
Dr [Doctor] Turner
016.04 A very plain barn like building at the north end of Town Yetholm at that part of the road leading to Kirk Yetholm called the Doo Brae

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Described by William Boyd, Corpl Royal Engs [Corporal Royal Engineers]

Doo Brae [Note] Cushie Dou - The Ring dove - Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary
Dou - A Dove - Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary
Dowbrae Well [Note] Dou - See above

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