List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LITTLE BRACKLEY (Ruins) Little Brackley (Ruins)
Little Brackley (Ruins)
Little Brackley (Ruins)
James Lamont Esqr. Prop [Proprietor]
Val [Valuation] Roll
John Currie, Port Lamont
194 The ruins of a farm steading long unoccupied - Mr. Lamont Proprietor
James Lamont Esqr. Prop [Proprietor]
Origines Parochiales
John Currie, Port Lamont
Johnstone's Coy. [County] Map
Admiralty Chart
194 This was formerly a farm steading but is now used for Cattle only -
"The names Kirkmichael and Kilmarnock seem to indicate the former existence of Churches dedicated to St. Michael and St. Marnock", Origines Parochiales
MOUND [Kilmarnock] 194 There is a remarkable artificial mound in a wood about 20 chains south of this palce (194.2 Trace 1) which may have been where the Church stood. The proprietor is of opinion that it was a place for burning wood, but makes the statement only on supposition -
Not probable I think
[Initialled] JB Lt.Col. [Lieutenant Colonel]

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County of Argyll -- Ph. [Parish] of Inverchaolin

["Mound" entry initialled:]
J.B. Lt.Col. [Lieutenant Colonel]

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