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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BLACKHILL Blackhill
Blackhill
Blackhill
Valuation Roll 1859-60
Mr. John Argo, Tenant.
Mr. Francis Boyne, Upper Mains
055 An ordinary farm house with out houses, garden etc. attached the property of Revd. [Reverend] William Mearns, of Kenniff
UPPER MAINS Upper Mains
Upper Mains
Upper Mains
Valuation Roll.
Mr. Francis Boyne. Tenant.
Mr. John Argo.
055 An ordinary farm house with offices. garden etc. attached the property of Revd. [Reverend] William Mearns
ENDOWED SCHOOL [nr Upper Mains] School (Endowed)
School (Endowed)
School (Endowed)
Mr. Roderick McClennan Schoolmaster
Mr. Francis Boyne
Mr. John Argo.
055 A Small School house with dwelling house etc. attached. Supported by the interest of £200.0.0 left by the late proprietor the Revd. [Reverend] George Morrison, with a free house etc. This with the Scholars fees makes up the master's Salary. The average number of scholars about 35 and is not connected with any particular church or sect.

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