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Sheet 61 Plan 11 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
Whaup Knowe Whaup Knowe Mr Weatherston About 7 chains N. A remarkable eminence of considerable
Whaup Knowe Mr Francis Potts of Whaup Moss elevation taking its name from the curlew
Whaup Knowe Mr Hindmarsh which in Redesdale is called the Whaup
"Whaup, Curlew." Brockett’s Glossary.
Whaup Moss Whaup Moss Mr Weatherston About 7 chains S. A portion of wet marshy land which takes
Whaup Moss Mr Potts of Whap Knowe its name from its situation near the Whaup
Whaup Moss Mr Hall Knowe
Cranestur Pike Cranestur Pike Mr Weatherston About 35 chains S. E. A large Pile of rough stones erected on a small
Cranestur Pike Mr Potts of Whap Knowe eminence which is covered with loose stones
Cranestur Pike Mr Hindmarsh
Comb Rigg Comb Rigg Mr Weatherston About 55 chains S. E. A long ridge of considerable elevation. The origin
Comb Rigg Mr Potts of Whap Knowe of this name cannot be ascertained
Comb Rigg Mr Hall
Edw. Gillespie
Sapper Royal Engineers

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