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Parish of Elsdon Sheet 52 Plan 2

< 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
Elsdon Burn Elsdon Burn Mr Hall Elsdon Mill 92 Chains West A stream rising on Elsdon
Bradlaw Burn Mr Snaith of Loaning Common and flowing in Southerly
Elsdon Burn Whites Directory direction till reaches the Village of
Bradlaw Burn Mr Cowans Elsdon where it joins Elsdon Burn
Bradlaw Elsdon Burn Mr Hall Dunns Thence in a Westerly direction until it joins the River Rede
Elsdon Burn Mr Rt Hedly
Carrick Burn A Plan of the Parish
Broadlaw Mr Snaith 74 chains N The ruins of a shepherds
Broadlaw Mr Cowans West of Loaning Cottage on Elsdon Common
Broadlaw Mr Hall Name not worth appearing
on the Ordnance Plans J.D.
Peel Could Peel Mr Snaith 40 Chains N The ruins of an old Border Stronghold
(In Ruins) Could Peel Mr Cowans of Loaning there does not appear to be any thing remarkable
Could Peel Mr Hall connected with its history. "Could" means
bare or uncovered. A name applicable
to this peel, as the roof or upper Story
of the building has been removed
J Sloan

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Transcribed by JTP

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