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Sheet 68 Plan 4 Parish of Corsenside

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Lisle Burn Mr Riddle 70 Chains E of A small stream gathering from
Mr Murray The Crag the springs & marches on Harehaw Common
Lisle Burn Mr Bell and flowing in a S.E. direction
Lisle Burn froming the Southern Boundary of the
Lisle Burn portion of the parish of Corsenside
Lisle Cleugh Mr Riddle 88 chains E A deep wooded valley through which
Mr Murray of the Crag situated on both sides of flows the Lisle Burn
Lisle Cleugh Mr Bell Consisting The trees are principally of
Lisle Cleugh Forest Trees and BrushWood
Lisle Cleugh
For description See Name Book of Sheet 69 P 1
Chesterhope Common For description See Name Book of Sheet 68 P 16
Watling Street For description See Name Book of Sheet 69 P 1
Wansbeck Valley Railway For description See Name Book of Sheet 68 P 16
River Rede
John Garvey
Civil Assistant

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