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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE PIPER'S FAULDS The Pipers Fauld's The Rev [Reverend] J Baird Minister
Dr [Doctor] Turner Surgeon
William Kirkup Shepherd
017.10 Near "The Piper's Grave are traces of the Sites of what are Said to have been the piper's faulds. more Satisfactory information I have not been able to obtain, old sheepfolds now useless and so named from being in the vicinity of the Piper's Grave.
OLD HATTERBURNHEAD Old Burnhead
Old Burnhead
Old Hatterburnhead
Old Hatterburnhead
Old Hatterburnhead
The Rev [Reverend] J Baird Minister
Dr [Docotr] Turner Surgeon
William Kirkup Shepherd
Mr Henderson Schoolmaster
Mr Tate Schoolmaster
017.10 A small Shepherds-house Slated this property of C Rae Esqr it appears to be in good repair and to be a comfortable dwelling house of this kind, its Situation is near the Source of Hatter Burn on the N. W. [North West] of Sterock and within 1/2 mile of Northumberland, the name used in any writing connected with the parish make use of "Old Hatterburnhead although it more generall called Old Burnhead
LATCHLY SIKE Latchly Syke The Rev [Reverend] J Baird Minister
Mr Henderson Schoolmaster
William Kirkup Shepherd
017.09 A small and inconsiderable Stream having its Source in the neighbouring hills and joining Hatter Burn near Old Hatterburnhead it is only known by this name in the immediate locality.

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Parish of Yetholm
Sheet 17 Plan 10.
Described by William Henderson L Copl R. E [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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