List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Annelshope Annelshope
James Halliburton William Laidlaw William Hume 018.06 A neatly built farmhouse with good Offices a garden and large pasture farm attached. The property of His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch
Holly Sike Holly Sike
Holly Sike
Holly Sike
William Laidlaw William Hume
James Halliburton
018.06 A Small Stream rising at the foot of of Annelshope Hill and flowing into Annelshope Burn at Annelshope
Hopehouse Burn Hopehouse Burn
Hopehouse Burn
Hopehouse Burn
Mr. Shankie, Hopehouse
William Laidlaw.
Alexander Laidlaw.
018.02 ; 018.06 A considerably sized Burn formed by the junction of Gate Burn and Shepherd's Cleuch and flowing S. [South] eastwardly past Thirlestane Hope, where it receives "Kings Grain" proceeds S. [South] Eastwardly past "Hopehouse" and falls into Ettrick about 20 chains below Hopehouse-

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Parish of Ettrick -- Sheet 18-6 -- Described by G. Turner Sap R. E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]

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