List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Barons Hill Barons Hill
Barons Hill
Barns Hill
Archibald Hardie
George Brokely
Forrest's Co. [County] map
002 [Situation] On the N.E. [North East] side of the Town & NE. [North East] end of Low Port
An arable eminence at the East end of the Low Port said to be the place where the Barons waited the Arrival of King James when going to the battle of Flodden Field It is also said that the Barons used to hold sports and festivities here.
Bell's Bridge Bell's Bridge
Bell's Bridge
George Brokely High Street
Archibald Hardie Low Port
002 [Situation] In the S.W. [South West] end of Low Port, & a little N.W. [North West] of the Site of Low Port
A small stone bridge of one arch erected across a small Burn at the junction of the High Street and Low Port.
Georg Brokely High Street
Archibald Hardie Low Port
003 [Situation] Near the Centre of Low Port, on its S.E. [South East] side
Two Small Cottages on the South side of the Low Port, with small vegetable garden attached Occupied by some workmen in St Magdalens Distillery and property of Mr Adam Dawson

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