List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CNOC AN T-SEÒIL Cnoc an Seòil
Cnoc an Seòil
Cnoc an Seòil
Cnoc an t-Seòil
Mr Crawford Kilbride
Duncan Campbell Barbreck
John Cummin Turnalt
G.O. [Gaelic Orthography]
130 A small eminence situate about a quarter of a mile south from Kilbride farm house.
Sign. [Signification] "Hill of the sail."
Mr Crawford, Tenant
Duncan Campbell Barbreck
John McLaren Barravullin
130 A farm house and offices about half a mile north west of Turnalt. The property of ___ Campbell Esq. of Asknish.
Site of CHAPEL AND BURIAL GROUND [Kilbride] Cill Bhride (Site of)

Cill Bhride (Site of)
Site of "Chapel & Burial Ground" (G.T. [General Trace])
Mr Crawford
Duncan Campbell
John McLaren
Appd. Ortho: [Approved Orthography]
130 Near place marked by cross on Trace is said to have been the site of an ancient Chapel or Burying ground. No trace of any foundations can now be seen, or any information got regarding it.

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