Old Photograph Nether Liberton Scotland
Old photograph of Trams, houses, sunken cottage and people in Nether Liberton located just South of Edinburgh, Scotland. The sunken cottage building with the rounded corner which forms the junction of Gilmerton Road with Nether Liberton is a very old cottage which was at one time known locally as Good's Corner. Goods being the name of a local carppenter who occupied the cottage.
Recorded in several spelling forms including Good, Goode, Goude, Gudd, Gudde, Gode, Gude, Guth, Gut, LeGood, Goed, Goede, De Goede, and others, this is medieval surname which seems to originate from the pre 7th century Olde English word " god " meaning good.
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