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Parish of Kirknewton
Sheet 18. 7 Trace 2. 3.

< 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
Coldsmouth Hill Coldsnowth Hill Mr. Alexr Thompson on Sheet A rather high, rough, rocky hill
Mr. A. Black 18. 7 on the English side of the Boundary
Estate Map (1711) near the source of Elsdonburn Burn.
Coldsmouth Hill Parish Name List P. 5.
Butterstone Sike Butterstone Sike Mr Alexr Thompson on Sheets A small stream rising on the N.E. face
Mr J Hall 18. 3 & of the above hill, and passing the E. of
Estate Map (1711) 18. 7 Butterstone Shank, from which it takes name.
Ring Chesters Ring Chesters Mr Alexr Thompson on Sheet The remains of an ancient Camp
Mr A. Black 18. 7 on Haddan Hill so called, it is
Camp Estate Map (1711) well defined, and pretty Extensive.
(Remains of)
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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