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Sheet 61 Plan 6 Parish of Elsdon

< List of Names
as written on the Plan
Various modes of
Spelling the same Names
Authority for those modes of
Situation Descriptive Remarks, or other
General Observations
which may be considered of Interest
Hunterlee Hill Hunterlee Hill Mr. Green Raylees 28 chains North of A considerable Hill situated
Hunterlee Hill Mr. Watson Ravenscleugh Blackstur Lough on Raylees Common well known
Hunterlee Hill Mr. Hedley Monkridge by this name.
Blackstur Lough Blackstur Lough Mr. Green 28 chains South of A small sheet of water
Blackstur Lough Mr. Watson Blackst Hunterlee Hill situated on Blackstur Moor
Blackstur Lough Mr. Hedley
Blackstur Lough Hodgson’s History
Blackstur Moor Mr. Green Extending North South An extensive track of moorland
Blackstur Moor Mr. Watson East & West from Hunterlee comprising the whole of Raylees
Blackstur Moor Mr. Hedley Hill Common. Hodgson in speaking of
Blackstur Moor Hodgson’s History of this district describes it as an open track
Northumberland of ground between Raylees & Ottercops,
deriving its name from a tarn or Lough of
Black water about 1 mile from Raylees, for Stur or Stour
in old language meant the same as water or River.
James Doherty Lance Corporal Royal Engineers

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Transcribed by JTP

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