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Parish of Corsenside Sheet 60 Plan 7

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Brig Linn Brig Linns Mr Headley 54 Chains E.N.E A deep and narrow ravine
Brig Linns Mr Armstrong of Wetshaw Well formed of large serried rocks and
Brig Linns Mr Rutherford a perpendicular cliff. with a small
waterfall formed by the waters of the
Bridge Burn flowing over a rock
about six feet high.
White Rigg White Rigg Mr Headley 6 Chains South A long and narrow ridge of rough
White Rigg Mr Armstrong of Wetshaw Well and heathy pasture on Corsenside Common
White Rigg Mr Rutherford stretching in an easterly direction to
Bride Burn and forming the South boundry of Wetshaw Hope
Pin Hole Pin Hole Mr Headley 57 Chains N.W. A Boundry Stone standing on the
Pin Hole Mr Armstrong of Wetshaw Well north western corner of this parish
Pin Hole Mr Rutherford and forming the division of the parishes
Pin Hole Corsenside Tithe Plan of Elsdon, Bellingham, and Corsenside
Pin Hole Common Tracings of Elsden and Bellingham
Alfred Brittain
Sapper Royal Engineers

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