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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Wester Grain Wester Grain
Wester Grain
Wester Grain
Adam Pringle.
John Biggar.
William Rutherford
021 A small mountain stream rising on the N.E. [North East] side of Quickningair Hill and running in a Northerly course till it meets Easter Grain The stream formed by these, is called Quickningair Burn.
Easter Grain Easter Grain
Easter Grain
Easter Grain
Adam Pringle,
John Biggar.
William Rutherford.
021 A small mountain stream rising on the South of Green Knowes, and flowing N.W. [North West] till it meets "Wester Grain"--
Black Knowe Black Knowe
Black Knowe
Black Knowe
Adam Pringle,
John Byers,
William Rutherford
021 A prominent part of a high ridge of mountain land extending from Quickningair Hill to The Pike --
Harebushsike Harebush Sike
Harebush Sike
Harebush Sike
Adam Pringle
John Byers
William Rutherford
021 A Small stream rising on the east side of the Black Knowe and flowing eastward till it falls into Rankle Burn.

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Sheet 21. Trace 4. -- Parish of Ettrick -- Collected & described by JMcDiarmid

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