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Sheets 24 C Part 13 Parish of Whittingham (Detd)
29 A Parts 1 & 6

< 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
River Breamish River Breamish Revd. Jno Allgood, Rector, On Sheet A mountain Stream, originating on
Ingram 24.C & the farm of High Bleakhope – at a
River Breamish Mr. Robt Donkin, Farmer, 29.A place called "Breamish Head" -, and
Ingram flowing in a South-Easterly Course
River Breamish Mr. Thos Armstrong, Shepherd, between High and Low Bleakhope,
High Bleakhope thence between the Parishes of Ingram
and Alnham, – receiving in its progress
several tributaries which augments it
Salter’s Road Salter’s Road Mr. Thos Armstrong, High Bleakhope This name applies to a bridle and
Salter’s Road Mr Jno Burn, Shepherd, Low Bleakhope drove road, said to have been used by
Salter’s Road Mr. Jno Amos, Shepherd, Ewesleyshank smugglers in former times for transmitting
salt across the border, – and hence the name.
John Callanan
2nd Corporal Royal Engineers

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