List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Glenkinnon Burn Glenkinnon Burn
Glenkinnen Burn
R Pringle Esqr Broadmeadows
Sir Walter Scott's Marmion
Mr Mathieson Williamhope
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007.07 ; 007.10 ; 007.11 This stream rises in the adjoing Parish of Yarrow; on entering the Parish of Selkirk it forms the northwestern boundary between these two parishes. In its NE [North East] course it receives the only two important tributaries from the south; the Wolf Burn and Winterhope Burn; and winding itself along the base of Craig Hill enters the River Tweed near Peel farm.
Wolf Burn Wolf Burn R Pringle Esqr Broadmeadows
Mr Mitchell Yair
Mr Thomas Millar Burnhead
007.11 ; 007.15 A small stream which has its source in a valley at the foot of Broomy Law and flows in a northerly direction through a wooded ravine, emptying itself near the base of the Wolf Knowe, from which it has received its name, into the Glenkinnon Burn.

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Parish of Selkirk -- Sheet 7 No 11 -- Trace 1 -- Collected by H Sharban

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