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Sheet 61 Plan 15 Parish of Corsenside

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Cranestur Bog Lisles Burn Mr Shanks about 55 chains N.E. A portion of wet marshy land of considerable
Mr Nesbitt of Threeburn Mouths extent situated in the extreme east corner of the
Cranestur Bog Mr Weatherston Parish of Corsenside
Cranestur Bog
Threeburn Mouths Cranestur Bog Mr Shanks About 55 chains S W This name is applied to the point where Lisles Burn
Mr Nesbitt of Cranestur Bog is intersected by the Drove Road and is so called from
Threeburn Mouths Mr Weatherston the two or three streams which meet the Lisles Burn here
Threeburn Mouths
Threeburn Mouths Mr Shanks About 2 chains W of A stream of considerable importance gathering
Mr Nesbitt Cranestur Bog from wet land in Elsdon Common flowing in a
Lisles Burn Hodgsons History westerly direction through a deep valley and empties
Lisles Burn Described in 68.4 into the Rede near the village of East Woodburn
Lisles Burn
See Name Book of 61.10
East Woodburn Common See Name Book of 61.11
Edw. Gillespie
Sapper Royal Engineers

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