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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAPELHILL MOUNT Chapelhill Mount Matthew Henderson
William Hunter
William Adam
011 ; 016 This name is applicable to an Eminence on the lands of Chapelhill, it is conspicuously situated and planted with fir and forest trees, there is also a Trig [Trigonometrical] Stati[on] on the summit.-
STANLEY BURN Stainley Burn
Stanley Burn
Stanley Burn
Stanley Burn
Stanley Burn
Stanley Burn
Stanley Burn
Stanley Burn
Paterson's Hist. [History] of Ayr
Map of Ardrossan
Mr. Barr-Provost
Mr. Mack Town clerk
New Stat. [Statistical] Acct. [Account]
Full. [Fullartons] Gazeteer
Municipal Extract
011 ; 016 This stream is the continuation of Rowanside Burn, generally flowing in a southerly direction from its source to the sea, the name supplied is applicable from the North end of Mill Gle[n] to the Frith of Clyde.-
A portion of this burn
forms a part of the eastern bound[ary]
of the Burgh of Ardrossan.-

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Sheet 011.13 Trace 6

This burn is named from the lands of Stainley
So named by the Factor and written in Rental, but
it appears that Stanley Burn is the popular mode
Stainley Burn is written on trace at the same
time Captn. [Captain] Bayly's decision is regulated in the matter

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