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Parish of Corsenside Sheet 60 Plan 7

List of Names
as written on the Plan
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Situation Descriptive Remarks, or other
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Wetshaw Hope Wetshaw Hope Mr Headley Dyke Head 10 Chains north A small vally of rough and heathy
Wetshaw Hope Mr Armstrong Hareshaw Head of Wetshaw Well pasture on the north and western
Wetshaw Hope Mr Rutherford Hareshaw Head extremity of Corsenside Common It is
principally formed by the large eminence of Great Moor on the North,
and White Rigg on the South sides
Wetshaw Well Wetshaw Well Mr Headley 10 Chains South A fine spring of excellent taste
Wetshaw Well Mr Armstrong of Wetshaw Hope forming the source of a considerable stream
Wetshaw Well Mr Rutherford in Wetshaw Hope
Wetshaw Sike Wetshaw Sike Mr Headley 30 Chains E.N.E A considerable stream formed
Wetshaw Sike Mr Armstrong of Wetshaw Well principally by the water of a fine
Wetshaw Sike Mr Rutherford spring and flowing in an Easterly
direction into Bridge Burn
Lisle’s Burn on plan 61.14
In the name of the Township Lisleburn
and also the Name List of Kirkwhelpington
Parish page 5
Alfred Brittain
Sapper Royal Engineers

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