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Little Avenue Little Avenue Mr James Marshall On Sheets A narrow Crooked
Little Avenue Mr Joseph Elliott 27.1 & plantation, having a
Little Avenue Mr B. Gibbison 27.5 walk through it, It
extends from "Coldharbour"
to "The Avenue", It is the
property of Sir G. Grey Bart
Coldharbour Coldharbour Estate map – and On Sheets A few neat Cottages,
same as above 27.1 & occupied by the servants
27.5 of Sir George Grey, – there
are farm offices attached,
It is situated at the east
end of "Little Avenue", and
is embosomed in trees
but was a bare exposed
place, before the trees were
planted – (hence the name)
Mill Burn Mill Burn Reference Book, to Estate map On Sheet A portion of the stream
and same as above 27.1 described as Brunton Burn
It bears the name of Mill Burn
from the boundary of Doxford to Allansford
Bridge, where it takes the name of Brunton Burn

Note: No heading; unsigned; prob. hand of John McCabe

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Transcribed by PT

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