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Parish of Kirknewton
Sheet 23. B Part 3. 4.

< 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
Blackhaggshill Blackhaggs Hill Mr. Jno Oliver on Sheet A large heathclad, mossy hill
Black Hag Mr. A. Oliver 23. B on the western boundary of the
Mr. J. Duncan Parish of Kirknewton, the name is
Black Hag This mode adopted to agree said to be derived from the peat haggs
with Morebattle, which is or mosses which almost cover it.
considered the best.
Fleehope Burn Fleehope Burn Mr Jno Oliver on Sheet A small mountain stream rising
Mr A. Oliver 23. B between "The Schill" & Blackhaggs
Mr E. Duncan hills, which running E. joins the College
Burn at Fleehope.
Fleehope Fleehope Mr Jno Oliver on Sheet A Shepherd’s house & folds, at the
Mr A. Oliver 23. B junction of Fleehope Burn with College
Mr E. Duncan Burn, the property of the Right
Honble Earl Grey.
Robt Young
Corporal Royal Engineers

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